St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta
Confusion in My Churches
During the Holy Mass our Lord continues to say to me that we are going through very difficult times now and that it will get worse with more events unfolding.
Jesus said, “The governments will continue to suppress and control people more and more. The people are panicking. They are all confused, and they don’t know what is going on, especially with this virus.”
“You listen to the government, you listen to the media, so you all panic even more. The devil is really working hard now to confuse my churches everywhere. Even the priests and bishops are all confused because they are telling people not to receive the Holy Eucharist on the tongue, only in the hand.”
“How weak is their faith because they do not trust in Me.”
“They don’t realise how they sacrilege Me so much by doing this. They don’t understand they are dealing with the Holiest of all Holiness and I would not permit for the sickness to transmit from one to another person.”
“The devil is now laughing in the churches. He is having a good time, but the priests do not realise that in the end, they will face Me one day and they will be responsible for all the wrong they have done, and they will have to give Me an account of this.”
“They fear the devil, but they don’t fear Me! If they could only come to Me and ask Me to help them, but they don’t. They only listen to the media.”
“How I suffer to see all this wrongdoing,” said Jesus.
As He was looking at me, our Lord asked me, “Valentina, I need you to do reparation for all the confusion, wrongdoing and sacrileges in Holy Communion, that are happening everywhere in My Churches. Keep repeating the reparation as often as you can, so in this way, you console Me until things will get better.”
“Tell My children not to fear but to trust in Me and have faith in Me.”
Lord be merciful for all the wrongdoings and the confusion, happening in Your Churches everywhere in the world.
How can we do reparation to console our Lord? We can offer prayers for our priests and bishops, by each day praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet and the Holy Rosary, and by offering up our daily sufferings to our Lord no matter how great or small.