THE BRITTANY PROJECT

Oct. 23, 2020

 This painting shows Tobias having his vision restored by his son, under the direction of Saint Raphael the Archangel.

October 24 is Saint Raphael's holy feast day.

This week we review seven key prophecies given to Marie-Julie Jahenny by Heaven. They are taken from the book, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel.

(1) The Church is invaded:

“The second period is the Church invaded and the beginning of the terrible struggle in the Eternal City. That terrible war within the Eternal City will be flagging five months, without its consequences, sad unto death…” (p. 205).

(2) The Church breaks into two groups:

“They split apart, divided in two parties: the dignified and respectable party is composed of only a handful of true and steady fighters, while the other one consists of so dense a multitude that it would be impossible to number them… Hell on foot will have overthrown anything which causes one to live spiritually.” (p. 193)

(3) The True Popes are hidden:

“You [Marie-Julie Jahenny] will not see the end of the persecution. The one who is to replace him will not see either. The third is going to live a long time; but it is going to be difficult to find him amongst so many destructions.” (p. 54)

(4) We are now living in the time of satanic rule:

“Before the kingdom of resurrection and peace come, satan has to rule in full, as a sovereign. He will have dominion over all. When everything has been conquered, when he will have removed everything that might recall faith, blotted out all the holy temples, overthrown My image and My Cross, his ruling will not last for long; but he will reach that complete triumph; he will succeed through detestable procedures.” (p. 99)

(5)  The French Monarch and the Pope:

“God is hiding the one He is going to choose in order to save the Church and to rule over France, to withdraw the whole world from the domination of the devil, whose ruling is in its full swing at present times, whom God actually leaves to be the master.” (p. 40)

(6) The Holy See of the Cross, the Exiled Papacy, exists!

“Triumph will be magnificent on earth; magnificent will be the coming of the Exiled one [the French Monarch] to the See of the Cross [the Papacy in Exile]; magnificent, the triumph of My brave fighters.” (p. 203)

(7) The Future of the work:

“See how much the work of the Apostles of the Cross is going to grow immense, since my Divine Son wants everything to be collected for His greater glory. He demands His children to give Him the whole work of their mind and of their hands.” (p. 284)

Reflection on these Seven Prophecies:

In less than a year, everyone around the world has been bombarded with so much to fear: a lethal plague which became pandemic, ravaging weather, an increase of violence in most countries, and rumours of World War 3.

 How much we need Saint Raphael the Archangel to bring joy into our lives!

 For it was Saint Raphael who said to the elder Tobias: "Joy be to thee always . . . . Be of good courage, thy cure from God is at hand."

 Let us ask for the cure of billions of souls through the restoration of the Chair of Saint Peter to the exiled Holy Father, the true Pope, so that all the world may be given the grace to see the Truth just as the elder Tobias was cured of his blindness.

 Let us ask Saint Raphael to be the travel companion of the French Monarch, as he makes his dangerous journey to take back the throne of France.

This feast day of Saint Raphael the Archangel could not have come at a better time!

 Our daily meditation and prayers need to return to the Holy Father and Church in Exile, the French Monarch, and the prophesied Papal Restoration.

Our eternal souls depend on these daily prayers. We need the actual graces from Holy Sacraments. We need holy and true Priests whose prayers will be heard by God the Father.

We will only get to the end of this Divine Chastisement if we have the true Pope restored to the Chair of Saint Peter. 

For it is from the Vicar of Christ that Christ's graces will flow once again. From the Chair of Saint Peter, He will be the light allowing souls to see, at last, the Truth!

And the French Monarch is the one prophesied to bring the Holy Father back to us.

Think of this: we have been in darkness since October 9, 1958, with the death of Pope Pius XII.

Sancte Archangele Raphael, ora pro nobis!

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Oct. 16, 2020

“Little sister,” says Saint Thomas of Aquinas, “let me explain to you what becomes of the tears that you spread. These tears are carried to the Lord and deposited in three fountains.

“In the first fountain, your tears offer of themselves [when you say]: May the Lord accept the offering of my eyes. Our Lord draws from this fountain greedily. He finds a remedy there to heal His wounds.

“Let us go on to the second fountain which is that of tears of desire. There, it is the Holy Virgin who mixes the pure love of her Immaculate Heart. With it she makes a perfume so sweet that she will spread it at the feet of the Lord to beg Mercy on behalf of sinners: you are their protection.”

--But, Saint Thomas, I am nothing more than rottenness and corruption.

“Ah! Little sister, how the Lord loves mud when it is offered to Him in such terms! Tell me how you offer them, your tears, to the Lord.”

--I tell Him: Very loving Saviour, I offer Thee my miserable tears. Make it a fountain where I can wash all my body. That for me, on earth, my tears may bring forgiveness and remission, since I cannot obtain the grace of the Sacraments.

“Come now to the third source. Our Lord is seated as if at the edge of a small fountain. He tells you, without you hearing it:

“Continue, my victim, to console Me in this way. This consolation charms Me more than all prayers.”

(28 March 1878)

[Source: pages 195-196, Le Ciel en colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel. In translation].

Reflection on this ecstasy :

When we love Jesus Christ, we go to Him when we are grateful, but especially, we go to Him when we are sad, frightened, or when we are feeling overwhelmed.

This is the intimacy that love brings.

Think about this: who do you allow to see your tears of dejection: your spouse, your mother or father, your closest friend or sibling.

When you are hurting like a little child do you run to our Blessed Mother, our Lord on the Cross, your Guardian Angel, Saint Michael the Archangel, your favourite Saint, a deceased dear True Priest.

This is the intimacy of Love.

The wonderful gift of this ecstasy is that Marie-Julie is going to our Lord for forgiveness of her sins because she is being denied the Holy Sacraments.

This is a model for the Church Militant (for us) in these times when the Holy Father remains in Exile and there are no True Priests to absolve us of our sins, to give us Christ our Lord in the Holy Sacrament of the altar:

“That for me, on earth, my tears may bring forgiveness and remission, since I cannot obtain the grace of the Sacraments.”

These tears of Marie-Julie’s (and ours, we hope) are put into the third fountain, the “third source”.

It is “a small fountain”, possibly because there are few of us who realize and accept this reality; few who will recognize God’s Divine Spiritual Chastisement for our times, and so the amount of tears from this suffering is lesser in quantity.

But we are invited to shed these tears to Jesus Himself, since Christ lovingly sits there, waiting to draw from this fountain: “seated as if at the edge”, right next to us, like one of his True Priests inside a confessional.

We must remember that this deep suffering of ours, this hungering for the Holy Sacraments, consoles Jesus Christ’s own Suffering:

“Continue, my victim, to console Me in this way. This consolation charms Me more than all prayers.”

May we love Him enough to give Him this consolation. May we be brave enough to give Him these tears that yes, are within us as our constant companions.

May we give our Lord this close intimacy of Love!

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Oct. 9, 2020

 My children, there is another thing more terrible, that my maternal heart, today, refuses to reveal to you. In the last days there will be enough time.

I see the shepherds, at the head of Holy Church… When I see the irreparable work of which the fatal example will be a misfortune for my people; when I see the Link (the Pope) break, and the heart of the Pontif crushed, my pain is immense: Heaven is terribly irritated.

When I see the enemies bring their sweet promises to any of them who carry the Priesthood; when I see these souls descend to the depths of the abyss, I tell you:

“I am surprised, as the Mother of God All-Powerful, that my Son does not instantly collapse the sky to sift, through the blows of His anger, His children who insult and outrage Him.”

There is on earth a multitude of elect souls who will support them. These souls are reserved to give an admirable example of courage and of Faith. Crucifix in hand, these souls will preach the Faith, at the last moment, to My dear Elect reserved for Heaven and, all together, with palms and the halo of martyrs, they will enter into the Heavenly Jerusalem.

When all the Crosses are thrown down [removed], when the most satanic laws are imposed on the clergy and the faithful, then I will rise up… The earth will be purified and beautiful days will return.

(From the Cluzeau Documents, 19 September 1901)

[Source: p. 170, Le Ciel en colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel. In translation].

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Oct. 2, 2020

“When I think, my dear child, that in the chosen hour, which will soon blossom, I will come to deposit my last kiss on your forehead!”

--I will smile to fly, not to Heaven, my Good Mother, but into the holy place of Purgatory. I am not worthy to hope to climb so high. It is such a great honour, such joy to think to first enter Heaven from Purgatory in order to expiate for an imperfect remainder.

“Do you think that my Heart will hard enough to let you descend there?”

--My Mother, I do not want to go to Heaven before going to the place of purification.

“Straight to Heaven, my daughter!”

--Oh! Good Mother, I will not go straight ahead. You will not take me away. I will throw myself into the holy place.

“My daughter, I will take you away, and I will not be the only one. I will bring joy to my children left in pain.”

--Oh, my Mother, there will be no pain, since I am not useful at anything.

“I take your words, my child, as if said with the simplicity of a child… Let me tell you something that will console you.”

--It is not a secret, my Mother?

“No, it is to participate in joy.”

--I want it a lot, my Mother.

“For your courage, for your patience, for your charity, you have tired the interlacers1 of your crown of merits.

Footnote: The interlacers are those who persecute Marie-Julie.

--But my Mother, I have never said anything to them; I did not see them.

“Let me explain it to you. You have tired them by your silence.”

--I never did anything, my Mother, nothing more than the usual.

“They have understood that their time was wasted.

“They had hoped for a change in things: the anger (ended) about the wounds and the path of the Cross, the relaxation of the ecstasies, the weariness throughout this journey.”

--Oh! Good Mother, they hardly won. I am not sorry all the same.

(Marie-Julie starts laughing).

“My dear child, they said to each other, in their plot: the Father (Fr. David) who commanded is no longer there. Due to the length of time, she will get bored and succumb under the burden of despair. Let us wait and, in the end, this will be our conquest.”

--This conquest is not done yet, my Good Mother.

(She laughs).

--If they do not work harder, we will not have more merits.

(2 February 1880)

[Source: pp. 84-5, Le ciel en colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel. In translation].

 Reflection on this Ecstasy:

Simply put, without our crosses; that is, enduring our sufferings and fighting against our temptations to sin, we cannot merit our crowns for Heaven.

How beautiful that God allows us to earn merits for virtues that we do not yet possess! The virtues are so beautiful!

We can see our temptations and understand, by the opposite virtue, what graces God wants to instill in our souls. 

We can see how God sees the potential that is within us, what he made us to become!

Deo gratias!

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 "We declare, say, define and proclaim to every human creature that they by necessity for salvation are entirely subject to the Roman Pontiff ." - Decree of Pope Boniface VIII, Unam Sanctam, Nov. 18, 1302, ex cathedra.

Sep. 25, 2020

I understand this word from the foot of the Cross:

“If souls want to possess the eminent grace of perfection, they must first draw themselves up to the Cross. It is the ladder for climbing up to sainthood.”

After this word, five wounds appear. It seems that there is only one drop of water that is capable of quenching a soul burning with love. The fountains of the earth turn into furnaces; the freshest air is concentrated in the love of the five wounds. Our Lord wants to give us a foretaste of Eternal Love. How much He had to love us to deliver His limbs to such pains!

Our Lord says:

“Here are the times when, as on a beautiful wedding day, I am about to remove the barrier which closes the hollow of My wounds. I will leave some of the opening visible at My feet and at My hands. My nails will be raised to allow souls to pass. But, in these present days, I still need to drink the guilty ingratitudes offered to My adorable wounds.

“Never was bitterness more painful than at that time when the bottom of the chalice is the most bitter. Such is the remedy in a vial: when the vial is finished, there is still bitterness.

“Those who have not drunk but one liquor apparently without bitterness, for them bitterness will become worse to their hearts than that of My chalice – My chalice which is also yours and that of My friends --. Never will they have a joy so perfect and a peace so peaceful as those of My friends who await My Coming, which every day approaches.

I am on the path which, from Heaven, leads me on the earth. I came out of the eternal vaults and, as I approach, I see all the earth.

“I let My five wounds become full of a Divine liquor where souls will come to embalm themselves with a perfume which is pure tenderness. This perfume, I give it already1to my friends as a proof that I will give to them all the pledges promised by My adorable Cross.”

Footnote 1: An allusion, perhaps, to the perfume which comes out of Marie-Julie's cell. [Her small bedroom is called her cell --Ed.].

(Words of Jesus)

[Source: pp. 78-79, Le Ciel en Colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel. In translation].

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   "We declare, say, define and proclaim to every human creature that they by necessity for salvation are entirely subject to the Roman Pontiff ." - Decree of Pope Boniface VIII, Unam Sanctam, Nov. 18, 1302, ex cathedra.