The Sins of the Perpetrators affect the whole Congregation
St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta
During the Holy Mass, I said to our Lord, “Lord, I offer You all the people in this church, and all that You want me to offer to You.”
Instantly, the Lord responded, “Offer Me all those who have died lately. They are in the torment of suffering, and there is no one to offer them to Me, for the atonement of their sins, so that I can be merciful to them. Keep them in your prayers.”
Today, Reverend Father Peter Williams celebrated the Holy Mass. While I was praying to our Lord, I was also pondering on what had happened to Father Bob in recent weeks. I was upset, thinking of how the Church could ignore this situation so easily, and pretend it never happened. Like it was nothing.
Our Lord said, “I will explain to you. For instance, in this church, you all went through a lot with the dismissal of Father Bob. The perpetrators, all their swift wrongdoing was swept under the carpet, and they keep going ahead. The damage, however, has been done, and it will affect the whole congregation. You are all living on earth, and you are all part of this, so that whatever wrong was done will affect you all. Automatically, you inherit whatever was wrongly committed, and you are part of all of this. You are in it.”
I said, “Lord, but we had nothing to do with it! Not only me but neither the congregation!”
He responded, “Yes, but because you are part of the congregation, you are part of the Church, automatically you inherit this because it falls on all of you too. All the sin that was committed by them falls on you all, and you are all automatically affected by it, most of all, the person who was falsely accused.”
“He might forgive because he is a Christian and a Catholic, but his soul will be damaged for good, while he lives on earth. His hurt is very deep. Pray for the ones who have done the wrong so that they will truly be repentant and sorry for their deeds. Ask Me for My Mercy to forgive them,” He said.