Marie-Julie Begs Pardon for One City
“At present time, my children,” says the Blessed Virgin, “you are close to the sight of the inexorable Justice shining forth, which my Son keeps in store, because of the unbelief and the lack of faith of a people inhabiting this kingdom, my kingdom, which I loved so much and am still loving. They refuse to pay honour to my Son. He is left a prisoner and captive, when other Christian nations, to appease His Justice…
--Do not cry, kind Mother; or else I am going to cry too.
“My daughter, this is my sorrow pouring itself out towards hearts who know how to understand a mother’s charity… I pause for one second. As for you, listen to the word of the Eternal Judge.”
The Lord stands up, with a severe look on His face:
“Here,” he says, “I drop just one word. Children, receive it…
“I am the Almighty, the eternal Master… I have forewarned; for a time long enough I have given warnings to an obstinate people, among whom irreligion is triumphant.
“I have required the Ministers of my altars to walk away, so that I may stretch My paternal Hand upon an ungrateful people, in whose midst a few good ones can be found, but very few. The ear, in which I was pouring My complaint, seems to have turned deaf.
“In My turn, I will subdue that unfaithful people. Think of death, people, there is still time: acknowledge the voice of Him who wanted to save you. You want to perish: make ready; the hour is going to strike.
--My Divine King, Marie-Julie beseeches, although I am but misery, I beseech Thee, I beg for Mercy, at the cost of anything Thy Love might demand. Save that people threatened with peril. My Jesus, in spite of my infirmities, despite [my] deep iniquities, I offer myself to Thee. Lord, spare them; discharge upon us a tiny portion of that Justice. Save the just. Save sinners.
“I cannot wait any more; My people, flee from this perishable place.”
--My Jesus, accept my unworthy offering.
“I have quite a number of places to deposit your offering; in those places there is still some hope left, elsewhere than upon this people.”
(Madame Gregoire: 2 February 1880)
[Source: pp. 225-226, Prophecies of La Fraudais, compiled by Fr. Pierre Roberdel].
Reflection on this Prophecy:
Here we have another prophecy faithfully recorded by Marie-Julie’s close friend, Mrs. Gregory, who acted as a nurse maid and secretary for many years.
This prophecy was given to Marie-Julie on February 2, 1880. It is the Feast of the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the day we call Candlemas because it is the Mass during which wax candles are blessed by Roman Catholic Priests.
It is now 141 years later, and the Divine Punishment is well under way against the places where “irreligion is triumphant”:
Firstly, the Papacy has been taken over.
From this historical fact, we understand that the place where “irreligion is triumphant” is among those who call themselves Roman Catholics.
Pope Gregory XVII, forced to step down in 1958, referred to His removal as the road to Calvary for the Roman Catholic Church.
With the Pope removed, the true Bishops and Priests are soon overtaken, and this prophecy allows us to understand why when Christ says:
“I have required the Ministers of my altars to walk away, so that I may stretch My paternal Hand upon an ungrateful people”.
Again, notice that the “ungrateful people” are those who have been receiving the Holy Sacraments and have now (today) had them removed.
So we are speaking of a punishment against irreligion among the ranks of those who confess to belong to Christ’s Church, but who make a mockery of it, and turn it into a materialistic country club.
And so, we have lost the Priesthood among us, we have lost the Divine Presence among us, and we have lost the ability to receive sanctifying graces, available to us only from the Holy Sacraments.
This is truly the horrific worldwide punishment; this is the Spiritual Chastisement spoken of by our Blessed Mother’s apparitions at Fatima, and La Salette.
This Divine Punishment is far greater, and more devastating to souls, than simply a war; even a world war.
And we have been enduring in this desert for sixty-three years.
What keeps us faithful at all? Our Baptisms, and our daily Holy Rosaries. These are our weapons, along with our wearing of the Brown Scapular of Carmel.
We owe much to Marie-Julie’s intercession. Her charitable offering of herself was enough to delay this suffering for 78 years.
Most of us reading this blog were born within these last 78 years.
And yes, we have to thank the Sacred Heart of Jesus for extending His Love for another 78 years by accepting Marie-Julie’s offering in reparation for the many sins, the many grievous sins by baptized Roman Catholics…
But Christ’s Sacred Heart tries constantly to reach us, somehow.
This Divine Chastisement is meant to make us suffer so that our hearts yearn and burn with love for Him, just as His Heart burns with yearning and Love for us.
God means to “subdue that unfaithful people.”
He wants mankind to return to God; He wants for each one of us to develop a personal relationship with Him.
But while we are happy to look for Youtube videos, we do not bother to look for Him, to spend quiet time with Him, do we?
So here it is, 2021, and we are facing this biological weapon, this COVID-19.
In fact, without Christ’s Ministers, His true Priests, more of us will die without the Sacrament of Extreme Unction, and we will go to our individual Judgment with all of our sins on our souls…
O Sacred Heart of Jesus, forgive us our sins! Save us from the fires of Hell… Let Thy Ministers, our spiritual fathers who cared for our souls so long ago, come to us at the hour of our deaths to absolve us of our sins once again!
Do not forget us, O Beloved Heart of Jesus so full of Love for us… teach us to love Thee… teach the youth who have never known Thee!
[Canon 1825] If anyone then says that it is not from the institution of Christ the Lord Himself, or by divine right that the blessed Peter has perpetual successors in the primacy over the universal Church, or that the Roman Pontiff is not the successor of blessed Peter in the same primacy, let him be anathema.