Friday, March 09, 2007

The Mystery of Iniquity

On September 18, 1988, Our Lady revealed to Fr. Stefano Gobbi that, "there will come to completion that fullness of time beginning with La Salette all the way to my most recent and present apparitions; the purification will come to its culmination; there will come to completion the time of the great tribulation, foretold in Holy Scripture, before the Second Coming of Christ; the mystery of iniquity, prepared for by the ever-increasing spread of apostasy, will become manifest; all the secrets which I have revealed to some of my children will come to pass and all the events which have been foretold will take place."
The Papal Preacher has already noted that Antichrist may already be among us: and there are growing signs of open confrontation between the forces of Antichrist both outside and within the Church (ecclesiastical masonry) and the Catholic Church united with Rome - with the Holy Father and the Magisterium: Sean Cardinal O'Malley has expressed his concerns over the increasing persecution of Christians in Canada:
And yet, many Catholics (and other Christians) are either blind as to what is occurring or refuse to see. On December 31, 1983, Our Lady told Fr. Gobbi that: "The signs the Lord sends are neither understood nor accepted; the dangers pointed out by 'my Pope' who courageously and anxiously is predicting the storm awaiting you, are not believed. The messages which I give, through simple and little souls chosen by me in every part of the world, are not taken into consideration. The appearances which I am still making, often in faraway and dangerous places, are ignored. And yet you are only inches from your ruin. When all will be shouting for peace, a new World War could suddenly fall upon you, spreading death and destruction everywhere."
Many reject the messages of Our Lady because they consider themselves "too sophisticated." Such souls have succumbed to the myth of "modern man," of "scientific man." For these individuals, Antichrist is a myth, a fairy-tale. They purposely ignore the fact that the rise of Antichrist is foretold in Sacred Scripture and was believed by all the Fathers of the Church.
It was Saint Augustine who said, "Daniel prophesies of the Last Judgment in such a way as to indicate that Antichrist shall first come, and to carry on his description to the eternal reign of the saints....But he who reads this passage, even half asleep, cannot fail to see that the kingdom of Antichrist shall fiercely, though for a short time, assail the Church before the last judgment of God shall introduce the eternal reign of saints. For it is patent from the context that the time, times, and half a time, means a year, and two years, and half a year, that is to say, three years and a half."
As the persecution intensifies, it is important to remember that while Satan is the Prince of this world and hates and seeks to destroy all that is of God, and will unleash a persecution through Antichrist which will be total, his time is short. Even now he awaits the heel which will crush his head. Even now he trembles in fear as the triumph of the Immaculata draws near. For Our Lady of Fatima has said it: "In the end, my Immaculate Heart will triumph."


Anonymous said...

We are living in times of increasing persecution, there can be very little doubt about that. I think Christians will be in the catacombs soon.

Anonymous said...

We are definitely in the apostasy now. Many parishes (even most) no longer preach on hell, abortion, contraception, homosexuality, New Age etc...I think there's only a remnant left now.

Anonymous said...

If anyone doubts that we are living in the last days preceding the Man of Sin, all he or she has to do is visit JayG's Blog Defend the Faith and read some of the comments.

I'm not sure, but I think I was just insulted by someone with a Jack Nicholson complex.

Anonymous said...

We are now standing in the face of the greatest historical battle in the Church.The great attack of Satan against the Church is in full force.The Church is in travail. We can see its symptoms in confusion, insobordination, dissent, and even persecution that is part of the Church's life today in many cultures and places in the world. ...I think that these signs deserve to be taken seriously and to receive the thoughtful and prayerful consideration of all Christians.... The response, as at any time in Christian history, is a right relationship with the Lord and with our brothers and sisters.... It demands study, prayer and effort, not the naive responses represented by ignoring the issues, shrinking in ignorant fear,... or hiding from the signs of the times.

Anonymous said...

The Diocese of Manchester has an abysmal record of hurting children and engaging in cover-ups. Read here:

There has been so much evil in this diocese. It is my opinion that this level of demonic assaults on children and minors would not have happened unless these individuals had first apostasized.

There doesn't seem to be much faith in this tortured diocese.

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