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HOMILY SUNDAY 12A - 2020

Jesus instructed the twelve:

“Do not be afraid. For everything that is now covered will be uncovered,

and everything now hidden will be made clear.”

We are presently in a ferocious battle between Christ and the anti-Christ,

between followers of light and the followers of darkness.

If the present tide is not turned,

Christians will go into hiding to be replaced by a

New World Order let by the anti-Christ.

Archbishop Vigano said:

“Plans for a New World Order must be unmarked, understood and revealed.”

Cardinal Muller of Germany, former head of the Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF):

The Covid-19 pandemic is being used as a pretext by world leaders

to control people,

strip them of their fundamental rights,

while providing a disturbing prelude

to the realisation of a world government beyond all control.

He also spoke about forced vaccinations used to control and to depopulate,

and if people do not comply.

Fundamental rights will be taken from them.

Such as the right to be employed or to buy food.

There are many prophesises that speak to us today.

I will read out two today.

“The first prophecy was given by a Fr Michael Scanlan in 1976.

Fr Michael was Dean of the University of Stuberville in Ohio, until recently.

Our Lord said to Fr Michael:

“Because I love you, I want to show you what I am doing in the world today.

I want to prepare you for what is to come.

Days of darkness are coming on the world, days of tribulation …

Buildings that are now standing will not be standing.

Supports that are there for my people now will not be there.

I want you to be prepared, my people,

to know only Me and to cleave to Me

and to have Me in a way deeper than ever before.

I will lead you into the desert …

I will strip you of everything that you are depending on now,

so you depend just on Me.

A time of darkness is coming on the world,

but a time of glory is coming for my Church,

a time of glory is coming for my people.

I will pour out on you all the gifts of my Spirit.

I will prepare you for spiritual combat.

I will prepare you for a time of evangelism that the world has never seen … And when you have nothing but Me, you will have everything: land, fields, homes, and brothers and sisters and love and joy and peace more than ever before. Be ready, my people, I want to prepare you.” Comment on the prophecy: “Buildings that are now standing will not be standing. We will not have any comforts such as shelter, electricity, plumbing. I will strip you of everything you are depending on now so that you will depend on Me.” Internet and mobile phones won’t work. “And when you have nothing but Me, you will have everything.” Even though we will not have anything of this world, we will have Christ, and we will be fulfilled. The second prophecy was given by Our Lord to a Luisa Piccarreta in 1922. Luisa lived on the Eucharist for the last 64 years of her life. Our Lord “showed me masses of people crying, homeless, prey to the greatest desolation. Towns collapsed, streets deserted and uninhabitable. One could see nothing but heaps of stone and rubble. My God, what pain, to see these things and live! I looked at my sweet Jesus, but He did not deign to look at me; rather, He cried bitterly, and with a voice, broken by tears, told me: “My daughter, man has forgotten heaven for earth. It is justice that the earth be taken from him … that he remembers that heaven exists (1922).” In 1938 Our Lord added: “The soul who lives abandoned in Me finds refuge in his sufferings – a hiding place … I hide him within Myself.” This prophecy confirms much of Fr Michael Scanlan’s prophecy that “buildings that are now standing will not be standing” and “when you have nothing but Me, you will have everything.” Our Lord said to Luisa that when we abandon ourselves or give all of ourselves to Jesus, then He will hide us or draw us into Himself where we will be fulfilled. How can we prepare for these times? Firstly, attend Mass, at least a few times a week. In this parish we have Mass twice a day. Secondly, attend the Sacrament of Reconciliation, at least once a month. In this parish Reconciliation is offered before every Mass. Thirdly, Eucharistic Adoration. We have Perpetual Eucharistic Adoration here. Fourthly, do acts of penance by dying to self, and striving for perfection. Fast, for those under 70 years of age, every Friday or on bread and water, or just have one meal on Friday.

Fifthly, the Sacraments: For example, pray the Rosary daily and wear the Brown Scapular.

“Where sin abounds, Grace abounds even more.”

There is no limit to Grace.

Jesus, I trust in You!

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