Wonderful Farewell Letter from Priest.

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  1. padraig

    padraig New Member

    Matthew 16:3

    And in the morning, ‘It will be stormy today, for the sky is red and threatening.’ You know how to interpret the appearance of the sky, but you cannot interpret the signs of the times.

    2 Timothy 4:3

    For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine; but having itching ears, they shall heap to themselves teachers in accordance with their own lusts.


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  2. Michael Pio

    Michael Pio Archangels

    I just now saw this great post.
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  3. Katfalls

    Katfalls Powers

    Again I hear, 'be strong'
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  4. josephite

    josephite Powers

    Thank you Padraig for this letter.
    The first part of the letter given in the video and continues at the Link you gave above.

    I tried to copy and paste the end part of Father Emily's letter but it won't allow it.

    The final part of the letter is very foreboding, warning his faithful children of the new religion and the diabolical fashions (of the past 100 years or so, which are progressively deviant and immoral) which were invented by the masonic sects. He gives evidence of this with chilling extracts from both the Masonic Alta Vendita of 9th August 1838 and a letter written 90 years later by the International Review of Freemasonry 1928.

    Father Jacques Emily concludes that our souls are indeed in greater danger in these days of the last times. However, he says let us not be discouraged and let us not forget that God in His infinite Mercy will give us even more abundant graces to overcome this tremendous difficulty. He says Jesus promised us He will never let us be tempted beyond our strength and St Paul reassures us that: "where the offense has abounded, grace has abounded yet more," (Rom 5:20)

    He exhorts the faithful to go with confidence to the source of Grace which is the ' Most Sacred Heart of Jesus' and to consecrate your families to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus and say the Rosary daily with all the family.
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  5. padraig

    padraig New Member

    Cardinal Tobin (of the USA) ...who is a very close confrere of the Holy Father made a terrible statement to a conference he was giving just a few days back. He said that the Holy Father was attempting to 'remake ' the Church through Synods.

    It is as we all feared a False Church is being errected , they are only just getting warmed up.

    Dreadful. ..and they are coming right out in the open about it. No more hidden dark secrets.
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  6. AED

    AED Powers

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  7. All things speed up in the end
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  8. josephite

    josephite Powers

    Mother Theresa says.....In all things remain Little.

    Mother Theresa always spoke the truth!

    She was booed by a university crowd when giving a talk on the value of all human life even the unborn! The booing did not make Mother back down, in fact she forthrightly asserted the right to life of all children created in Gods image. She however remained little even during this protest to her words!

    In big events, like this small prayer vigil outside the MP office in Ireland, we are to remain little and honest just as they have demonstrated! because evil has no answer for littleness nor for truth!

    May God continue to Bless these faithful Catholics in Ireland. Amen
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  9. Beth B

    Beth B Beth Marie

    Thank you for this very good reminder to remain little.....
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  10. josephite

    josephite Powers

    I think it is hard to remain little, unless we pray, attend Mass and go to confession.
    God will give extraordinary graces to those who push past the comfort zone.

    We can become comfortable and say to ourselves, I do much, give much, suffer much etc, but even if this is true; It is and was God that gave the grace to do whatever we did and we are in constant need of His graces to remain faithful!

    We are dust and without Him we can do nothing!

    In truth when we think it was I who suffered, was humiliated or gave etc this is a trick of the evil one , because in reality it is Jesus who did this through us! we have only offered Him what is His due, that is our very being! so He can Love through us and lead His children to Himself; we are not capable of this great Love by ourselves and we need Him to Love.

    We as Catholics are so fortunate to be able to give ourselves to the Lord for this, His purpose! to have Him Love through us!

    I am a servant of the Lord let it be done unto me as You desire O Lord!
    Just my musings
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