Friday, December 4, 2009

Jesus said: “My people, there are many people in denial that you are living in the end times when a reign of evil will be in control. The evil of your world has been getting worse over time, but because it has been gradual, it is harder to notice. If you compared today to fifty years ago, you could see the change in morals and church attendance on Sunday. As you look at your prayer groups, it is getting harder to encourage the youth to pray or have them follow their parents’ instructions. This vision of a decaying church is what you are seeing in My Church as attendance is down, fewer priests are being ordained, and traditional reverence for My Real Presence is lacking. My faithful remnant will always remain and be protected from the gates of hell. There still will come a split in My Church between a schismatic church, that will teach New Age, and My faithful remnant. Even if your prayer group numbers are decreasing, be vigilant and continue your good example. Pray for the youth and encourage Sunday Mass attendance among your family members. I have asked if there will be any faith left on the earth when I return, so see this decline in faith as a living sign that you are in the end times.”

Jesus said: “My people, some of My clergy today have lost their sense of identity in how they are dressed. Priests, who still wear their biretta and cassock along with their Roman collar, are looked down on by some as old fashioned. This traditional dress is the identity of My clergy that has helped their faith. As the nuns stopped wearing their habits and some priests rarely wear their clerics, they have lost some of their earlier religious fervor. Years ago people recognized the clergy more in their traditional clothes, but today they do not command as much respect. This is also why it is harder to find vocations because young men and women need role models to aspire to be a priest or a nun. Most vocations are coming from conservative guidance in the faith where Adoration is frequent. Pray for vocations to the priesthood and sisterhood, and pray for your current clergy to remain faithful to My calling.”