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I believe THIS is TRUE and the receiver is going through the 'door' of the Church (Our Lady sent St Bernadette and also the Fatima children to legitimate authority in Christ's Church):

Message from Jesus to Johnnie Hernandez,  Oct. 13th, 2014:

           The following was an email given from Johnie to his spiritual director:
         "Padre, Please read and discern the following message JESUS gave to me while I was climbing the mountain, ‘Enchanted Rock”
         on Monday, October 13th, the  Anniversary of the Fatima Apparitions.  JESUS asked that I send it to you for your discernment.
         Please let me know as soon as possible if I should send it out or not."

 The following was the response from his spiritual director:
"Juanito, I just read this very beautiful and necessary message of Mercy and Love. Therefore, know that you have my full
 endorsement to send it out as soon as possible. As always, may God be glorified and souls sanctified. God love you."



 

 

 

 

    

JOHNIE:  The climb was hard for me because I’m old, out of shape, and did not have the proper hiking shoes I needed. Nevertheless, JESUS accompanied me to the 500 foot summit. The LORD talked most of the two hours it took me to climb and descend, and He allowed me to ask Him questions as well.  One of the questions I asked my Savior was about Pope Francis. Why is Pope Francis allowing all this chaos to continue within the Roman Catholic Church; most especially with this Synod on the Family? My Merciful JESUS said:

“My little brother, what you are seeing is the beginning of the Passion that the CHURCH must endure before my ‘Second Coming’. The Scriptures must be fulfilled. The cleansing of the Church has to occur before I gather My Remnant for the ‘Era of Peace’.

"Pray much for My Vicar, Pope Francis. He is being guided by My Spirit and the Blessed Mother, but he needs much prayer from you, the faithful. Satan believes he will finally defeat My Church, but this will never happen. Many complain of My Vicar’s ways of currently leading My Church. Even though it seems as if he is about to betray his Triune GOD and Holy Mother CHURCH; this will not happen.

"What you are seeing is the final assault of My CHURCH from within. Think back to the vision of Saint John Bosco guiding the Ship between the two pillars; the Pillar of My Eucharist on the right and the Pillar of Mary Most Holy on the left. All the small ships are the Cardinals, Bishops, Priests, Religious, and Laity within the CHURCH attacking My CHURCH in My Vicar. Many articles are being written unjustly against Him.

"They are wrong in doing so. If they think of themselves as being so holy and faithful to GOD, they should be on their knees praying for My Vicar. My flock should pray for themselves, their Pope, Cardinals, Bishops, Priest, and Religious. They should prepare themselves for the coming Tribulation. They should pray for their seminarians to become good, holy, Marian priests instead of attacking their Pope. Your heartfelt prayers will lessen the Passion that Holy Mother CHURCH must endure.

"Pray too, that Pope Francis will install the 5th and final Marian Dogma of ‘Co-Redemptrix, Advocate, and Mediatrix of all Graces’. Pope Francis is closer to the Blessed Mother than you know. Help him enter into Her Immaculate Heart. Little brother, tell everyone to pray through the Immaculate Heart of our Mother Mary, through Saint Joseph, through Saint Michael. They are your greatest Intercessors in these ‘End Times’. Pray for the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary to come now so that Mary, who is commissioned by GOD to crush the head of the serpent - Satanans, will do so very soon.

"Pray, asking GOD the FATHER that through His great mercy to grant the illumination of conscience for every man, woman, and child above the age of reasoning. This greatest act of God's mercy will usher in the necessary conversions throughout the world. It will lessen the Chastisements necessary to cleanse and purify the world.

"Tell the faithful to pray for My Vicar. When you attack My Vicar, you attack Me, your Triune GOD. I love you little brother; my death on the Cross is proof of that; Go in My Peace and blessing. My grace is sufficient for you; for all of you, My CHURCH.”

 

AN EXCELLENT ARTICLE    
 
by MarkMallett              
                           
Jesus, the Wise Builder

                                                                        
Saint John Paul II once wrote:
…the future of the world stands in peril unless wiser people are forthcoming. —Familiaris Consortio, n. 8

We need to pray for wisdom
in these times, especially when the Church is under attack from all sides. In my lifetime, I have never seen such doubt, fears, and reservations from Catholics regarding the future of the Church, and in particular, the Holy Father. Not in little part due to some heretical private revelation, many persist in the belief that Pope Francis is going to lead the Church into apostasy. And so I want to continue my thoughts from yesterday’s writing Can the Pope Betray Us? by providing my top seven reasons why most of these fears are baseless.
 

 

I. Jesus is a “wise” builder

Jesus said that He did not nothing on His own, but only what the Father taught Him. In turn, He said to the Apostles:
Everyone who listens to these words of mine and acts on them will be like a wise man who built his house on rock. (Matt 7:24)

The Father commanded Jesus to build a Church, and so, like a wise-builder, taking His own advice, He built it on “rock”.
And so I say to you, you are Peter, and upon this rock I will build my church, and the gates of the netherworld shall not prevail against it. (Matt 16:18)

St. Jerome, the great bible translator from whom the modern bible today has been derived, said:  I follow no leader but Christ and join in communion with none but your blessedness, that is, with the chair of Peter. I know that this is the rock on which the Church has been built. —St. Jerome, A.D. 396 , Letters 15:2

So tell me then, is Jesus a wise builder or foolish one who builds on sand? That is, will the rock on which the Church has been built collapse into complete apostasy, or will it stand against any storm, despite the personal weaknesses and sinfulness of the man who holds Peter’s office? What does 2000 years of sometimes shaky history tell you?
In the words of a wise prophet I know: “My bottom line is: stay with the “Chair” and the “Keys”, regardless of the man who occupies them, be he a great saint or seriously flawed in his pastoral approach.”
Stay on the rock.
 
II. Infallibility must be infallible:
How wise is Christ? Well, He knew that Peter was weak, despite his declaration of faith. So the building of the Church, then, ultimately depends not upon man but upon Christ. “I will build my Church,” Jesus said.  The fact that it is Peter who is called the “rock” is not due to any achievement on his part or to anything exceptional in his character; it is simply a nomen officii, a titled that designates, not a service rendered, but a ministry conferred, a divine election and commission to which no one is entitled solely by virtue of his own character —least of all Simon, who, if we are to judge by his natural character, was anything but a rock. —POPE BENEDICT XIV, from Das neue Volk Gottes, p. 80ff

 

But how could Jesus entrust fallible men with governing and safeguarding infallible truths that were to be passed on, not only hundreds, but thousands of years into the future? By imbuing the Church with the charism of infallibility.
The Catechism states:

The whole body of the faithful… cannot err in matters of belief. This characteristic is shown in the supernatural appreciation of faith (sensus fidei) on the part of the whole people, when, from the bishops to the last of the faithful, they manifest a universal consent in matters of faith and morals. —Catechism of the Catholic Church, n. 92  

But Pope Francis explains that this “sense” of the faithful ‘must not be confused with the sociological reality of majority opinion.’ It is a question of a kind of ‘spiritual instinct’, which permits us to ‘think with the Church’ and discern what is consistent with the apostolic faith and the spirit of the Gospel. —POPE FRANCIS, Address to members of the International Theological Commission, December 9th. 2013, Catholic Herald

Infallibility is the grace of the Holy Spirit watering the bud of divine revelation entrusted to the Apostles so that it faithfully grows and develops until the end of time as a single flowering of truth. This unity of truth is called the “deposit of faith”. And that which flowers from that bud that pertains to faith and morals is also infallible.

This infallibility extends as far as does the deposit of divine Revelation; it also extends to all those elements of doctrine, including morals, without which the saving truths of the faith cannot be preserved, explained, or observed. —CCC, n. 2035
The point is this: if at any time in the past 2000 years the grace of infallibility were to be obstructed by a rogue pope, then from that moment on the “saving truths” of our faith would risk being lost in the tides of subjectivity. Infallibility must be infallible. If the Pope, whom the Catechism teaches is the “perpetual and visible source and foundation of the unity”,2 were to change the truths of our Faith through official declarations from the chair of Peter, then the entire edifice would collapse.

Therefore, the Pope, who “enjoys this infallibility in virtue of his office”3 pertaining to matters of faith and morals, must remain as Christ said He was: a rock. Or the Church can longer be infallible… and no one, from that moment on, can know with certainty the “saving truths of the faith.”  But how can the Pope, a mere human, remain faithful in this regard?

III. Jesus’ prayer is efficacious

No pope, no matter how personally corrupt, has altered the infallible teachings of our Catholic Faith throughout two millennia. Because not only is Jesus a wise-builder, but He is our High Priest before the Father. And when He commissioned Peter to “feed my sheep,” He said:

I have prayed that your own faith may not fail; and once you have turned back, you must strengthen your brothers. (Luke 22:32)  Are Jesus’ prayers before the Father powerful? Does the Father answer Jesus’ prayers? Does Jesus pray in unity with the Father or against His will?  Peter and his successors are able to strengthen us, not necessarily because they have theological degrees, but because Jesus has prayed for them that their faith may not fail so they may “strengthen” their brothers.

 
IV. No biblical prophecy that “Peter” will turn against the Church

Despite the fact that St. Paul received a share in the “deposit of faith” by a direct revelation from Jesus, he submitted what he had received to Peter or “Cephas” (from the Aramaic, which means “rock”):  "I went up to Jerusalem to confer with Cephas and remained with him for fifteen days."  Then another fourteen years later, he met again with Cephas and other Apostles to be certain that what he was preaching was in accord with the “traditions”4 they had received so that he “might not be running, or have run, in vain.”5

Now, part of the revelations Paul received pertained to the end times. And nearly everyone at that time expected the “last days” to unfold in their generation. Yet nowhere in Paul’s writings does he suggest that Peter, whom he calls a “pillar” in the Church,6 is going to become a “false prophet” as a modern “private revelation” is asserting today.7 And yet, Paul was given seemingly vivid revelations of the Antichrist and the deceptions that would come that God would permit to judge those who “have not believed the truth but approved wrongdoing”.8 What Paul does say of the Antichrist is this:  "…you know what is restraining him now so that he may be revealed in his time. For the mystery of lawlessness is already at work; only he who now restrains it will do so until he is out of the way." (2 Thess 2:6-7)

I have already addressed the various interpretations of who or what this “restrainer” is.9 While some of the Church Fathers saw it as the Roman Empire, I am beginning to wonder more and more if it is not the Holy Father himself. Pope Benedict XVI offered this powerful insight along that line:  "Abraham, the father of faith, is by his faith the rock that holds back chaos, the onrushing primordial flood of destruction, and thus sustains creation. Simon, the first to confess Jesus as the Christ… now becomes by virtue of his Abrahamic faith, which is renewed in Christ, the rock that stands against the impure tide of unbelief and its destruction of man." —POPE BENEDICT XVI (Cardinal Ratzinger), Called to Communion, Understanding the Church Today, Adrian Walker, Tr., p. 55-56

This might also explain why St. Paul was purposely veiled when he referred to the restrainer, refusing to name who it was. Perhaps it was to protect Peter from becoming a direct target by the Church’s enemies. Perhaps it has remained veiled throughout the centuries for the very same reasons, until now… If anything, the testimony of Paul suggests his faithfulness to and communion with Peter—not fear of him.

 
V. Fatima, and the martyr pope

Interestingly, Sr. Lucia, in her visions at Fatima, saw that the “Holy Father has much to suffer …the Holy Father passed through a big city half in ruins and half trembling with halting step, afflicted with pain and sorrow, he prayed for the souls of the corpses he met on his way; having reached the top of the mountain, on his knees at the foot of the big Cross he was killed by a group of soldiers who fired bullets and arrows at him, and in the same way there died one after another the other Bishops, Priests, men and women Religious, and various lay people of different ranks and positions." —The Message at Fatima, vatican.va

This is a prophecy that has been approved by Rome. Does this sound like a Pope who is betraying the Church, or laying down his life for it? It also sounds like a pontiff who is like a “restrainer” that, once “removed”, is followed by a tide of martyrs and lawlessness.

 
VI. Pope Francis is not an “anti-pope”

An anti-pope, by definition, is a pope who has taken the seat of Peter either by force or by an invalid election. It has been asserted again by recent heretical “private revelation”, which has gained astonishing traction among some of the faithful, that Pope Francis is a false pope and the “false prophet” in the book of Revelation, quote: "My beloved Pope Benedict XVI is the last true Pope on this earth… This Pope [Francis] may be elected by members within the Catholic Church but he will be the False Prophet."
  from “Maria Divine Mercy”, April 12th, 2012, whose messages her bishop declared to have ‘no ecclesiastical approval’ and that ‘many of the texts are in contradiction with Catholic theology.’ He stated that ‘These messages should not be promoted or made use of within Catholic Church associations.’
 

 

Aside from the heresy of anti-papalism, the above alleged prophecy is a theological impossibility. If he is a valid pope, he holds the “keys of the kingdom,” and Christ would not contradict himself. In a rather strong rebuke of those who are following this line of thought, Pope Benedict stated:

There is absolutely no doubt regarding the validity of my resignation from the Petrine ministry. The only condition for the validity of my resignation is the complete freedom of my decision. Speculations regarding its validity are simply absurd… [My] last and final job [is] to support [Pope Francis'] pontificate with prayer. —POPE EMERITUS BENEDICT XVI Vatican City, Feb. 26th, 2014; Zenit.org

If there was a man on earth who would know if Pope Francis is a valid pope or not, it would be Benedict who spent decades of his life fighting the apostasy that has besieged the Church.


VII. Jesus is the Admiral of His Ship

The Pope may be at the helm of the Barque of Peter, but Jesus is the admiral of this Ship.…it is by the Lord and through the grace of the Lord that [Peter] is the rock on which the Church stands. —POPE BENEDICT XIV, from Das neue Volk Gottes, p. 80ff

Jesus is not a wise builder who simply walks away. No, Christ is still building! The Church is not done. The end of the world is not nigh, but the end of an age. There is still the last phase, the great Triumph of Our Lady and the Church that is yet to come. And it is Jesus, with the Holy Spirit, who guides and leads and safeguards His Church. Because, after all, we are His Bride. What groom is not absolutely protective, doting, and totally in love with his Bride? And so He builds…

God does not want a house built by men, but faithfulness to his word, to his plan. It is God himself who builds the house, but from living stones sealed by his Spirit. —POPE FRANCIS, Installation Homily, March 19th, 2013
…wisely.

Christ is the center, not the Successor of Peter. Christ is the reference point at the heart of the Church, without Him, Peter and the Church would not exist. —POPE FRANCIS, March 16th, meeting with the press.

 

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