Sunday 13 August 2017
St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta
During Holy Mass, at the distribution of Holy Communion, our Lord Jesus suddenly appeared among the multitude of people. He was dressed as a beggar, wearing sackcloth. The sackcloth represents Him begging, over and over again.
He was walking among the people that had just received Holy Communion and had returned to their pews.
He said, “My Child, how sad and offended I am, over and over again, at each Mass, especially when the Eucharist is distributed during Holy Communion. I am so sad for my Bishops and Priests, because they do not listen and do not teach people to be reconciled with Me, and to be in a state of grace before they receive Me. They receive Me unrepentant, and especially they receive Communion in the hand. They have no idea how sacred is My Body. No one should touch the Eucharist except those who are consecrated to Me.”
Our Lord said, “Not many are worthy to receive Me because they offend Me so gravely. How I suffer. Please help Me and console Me. I Am the Most Holy of all Holiness. They should have reverence for Me.”