Dec. 28, 2018

A TE DEUM is Sung

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The Te Deum, first sung by the Holy Crusaders returning from the First Crusade, is the prayer of thanksgiving which will be intoned by the Holy Father upon returning to his rightful place, the Seat of Saint Peter. Don Bosco's dream tells us that angelic voices will finish the hymn. May our voices join with theirs!

The Lord says:

“I have My gifts for all the army I employ, each according to his profession. I have the seed that will produce bread for all.”

--Oh! I saw Thy Father bless all the grains. He said: “Here is the bread of the works of the Lord.”

My friends, I will take care of finding you a beautiful residence of peace. A little after the spring, it will be necessary to leave happiness under this roof, which will take on great fame. My servants will only have to boast of the reverberation of the following words:

“Oh! That the secrets of men that we have despised, and whose hate we hated, oh! that these secrets, that their hands collected, were beautiful! That the words, that their hearts heard, were lovely!”

--Good Jesus, they have all merited a reward.

My children, nothing will interrupt My Designs which I want to continue through the big upheavals of the earth. I want to use my workers for the unity of a noble royalty of Faith.

--Thank you, Divine Jesus.

My children, I also carry the opening that will crown the highest part of Brittany. Others will follow… I am going to design the happy day where the cooperators of salvation will embark from Brittany. They will lend a strong hand to the happiest reign.

--Oh, Brother, says Marie-Julie, a Te Deum is sung by the voice of the fighters, and the Celestial troops join their mortal chant. Oh! how beautiful! I see the white standard pass, along and off this land that the Bretons have made, and others, not Bretons, French, noble and generous of heart, come with the Saviour.

(28 December 1882)

[Source: pages 17-18, Le ciel en colloque avec Marie-Julie Jahenny, by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].

Reflection on this prophecy :

This eclipse of the Church which we are living through is a holy, active phase for Catholics: God gives “gifts for all the army [He] employ[s], each according to his profession.”

But of the utmost importance, the perpetuity of the Papacy means that there will be the continuation of the Holy Sacraments, especially Holy Communion: “I have the seed that will produce bread for all.”

This bread, this true Holy Communion is the nourishment for the body, mind, and soul which makes us able soldiers for Christ.

It is only in communion with the Holy Father that we have “the bread of the works of the Lord.”

And our peace is thus with the Pope in Exile, where we are nourished. In exile, we have such simplicity, such purity of purpose. It is truly “a beautiful residence of peace.”

In a short time, the Church “will take on great fame” in Her Exile.

The Papal Restoration will be a holy event which will convert the world.

We, the first of the faithful ones will long for the lost conversions of the many who fought against us. Their hearts would not hear Christ’s promise of the perpetuity of the Papacy, so that their demands for proofs about the Holy Father died with them:

“Oh! That the secrets of men that we have despised, and whose hate we hated, oh! that these secrets, that their hands collected, were beautiful! That the words, that their hearts heard, were lovely!”

But there is no loveliness when there is a lack of Faith!

Marie-Julie, in her typical tenderness for all souls, seems to ask for the salvation of all souls from these dark years, when she says: “--Good Jesus, they have all merited a reward.”

The Sacred Heart of Jesus wants His Designs “to continue through the big upheavals of the earth.” The Holy Sacraments will be given here and there, and some souls will convert.

The Church, in Her Exile, will be spiritually vibrant, truly beautiful.

Christ “want[s] to use [His] workers for the unity of a noble royalty of Faith.”

And then the best moment of all, when Holy Mother Church comes out of Her Exile, and the Holy Father’s Papacy is restored.

For once, we see that the word “Brittany” means Exile:

“I am going to design the happy day where the cooperators of salvation will embark from Brittany. They will lend a strong hand to the happiest reign.”

And Marie-Julie next sees that the dream of St. John Bosco will happen:

“a Te Deum is sung by the voice of the fighters, and the Celestial troops join their mortal chant. Oh! how beautiful!”

And the French Monarch is there, supporting the true Papacy:

The French Monarch's “white standard pass[es], along and off this land that the Bretons have made, [towards St. Peter’s Basilica], and others, not Bretons, French, noble and generous of heart, come with the Saviour [the French Monarch, because he restores the sacred rights of the Church].”

Hail, Pope Gregorius XVIII ! Hail, King Henri !

Laus tibi, Domine Iesu Christe!

LINKS:  Pope Gregory XVII   French Monarch   St. Michael Prayer