Joyeux Noël a le Roi -- A Happy Christmas to the French Monarch
"God and the King": the badge worn by Catholic men of Vendée who bravely fought the masonic attacks against the Church, the King, and all Priests.
“My children, says the Lord, I am coming to show you the place of the one you love. Here is his crown, his weapon for blessing, peace, victory, triumph and liberation.
“Do you hear My voice, My beloved son? You who have been treading a foreign soil for so long! Do you not see the road on which I will send the princes of heavenly hosts to your encounter, in order for that triumph to be as magnificent as the one of a king of predilection? Beloved son, dry out your tears.
« The Lily will be your brother, and My Blessed Mother will be your mother. The crown will bear the emblem of the lily, and the lily will always be blossoming upon your brow. From your forehead, it will blossom upon your throne, from your throne upon France, your preserved kingdom, and from France out beyond French boundaries and even reaching the Eternal City.” (January 9, 1878)
[Source: p. 175, Prophecies of La Fraudais].
Reflection on this prophecy :
We children of Holy Mother Church, we exiled ones, are to love this French Monarch who will be the means for the re-establishing of the Seat of St. Peter to His Holiness, the exiled Vicar of Christ.
We are all suffering as we endure this time of generalized apostasy, but we are to love the French Monarch, and pray daily for his coming, for his actions, since his “weapon” will bring the Church Militant “blessing, peace, victory, triumph and liberation.”
In this prophecy, Christ is asking the French Monarch if he can hear His voice, which would seem to indicate that the French Monarch does not yet know of, or perhaps accept, the fact of Pope Gregory XVII’s exiled papacy of 31 years, nor of Pope Gregory XVIII’s current exiled papacy of 26 years.
We who have been given this understanding must pray for the French Monarch daily so that he may help the Papacy in exile, so that this predestined king may understand that Christ’s Vicar is here.
The French Monarch must come to “hear [Christ’s] voice” which is the voice of His Vicar, the Pope.
Christ will be calling the French Monarch, urging him to leave his place of safety where he has been “treading a foreign soil for so long” and make a move toward actions that he must undertake: “the road on which I will send the princes of heavenly hosts to your encounter.”
By putting all of his trust in Divine Providence, doubts, fears, and opposition will dissipate like rising mist, and his triumph will be “magnificent as the one of a king of predilection”; which, of course, the French Monarch is.
He must come to claim what is rightfully his. He must take what is his from the wicked descendants of the masonic revolutionaries.
The French Monarch’s family crest bears the lily, and it is his family, himself and his descendants, who have the Divine Right of Rule. Theirs is the French throne.
And, as France is a Catholic country, the Blessed Virgin Mary will be the king’s sure guide, his “mother.”
The French Monarch will be a great Catholic King, whose influence will go “out beyond French boundaries and even reaching the Eternal City.”
Why is Rome, the Eternal City (as it is called) being mentioned in this prophecy?
Because it is this French king who will place the exiled Holy Father upon his rightful throne, the Chair of St. Peter, which is in St. Peter’s Basilica, in Rome.
Deo gratias! Here is a prayer of St. Andrew the Apostle, to be recited 15 times a day before Christmas day:
Prayer of St. Andrew the Apostle:
Hail and blessed be the hour and moment in which the Son of God was born of the most pure Virgin Mary at midnight in Bethlehem in the piercing cold. In that hour, vouchsafe, I beseech Thee, O my God, to hear my prayer, and grant my desires. Through the merits of our Saviour, Jesus Christ and of His Blessed Mother, Amen.
"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