Friday, March 1, 2013
"...but they forget that to know implies for them a responsibility." - Sr. Lucy’s vision of the death of the Holy Father (July 13, 1917)
"The Pope will enter Jerusalem like I entered it. The city will already have suffered much and Israel will begin to despair, wondering what can be done. Then this figure clothed in white will come, sent by the Father just as He sent me. He will come to save Israel, just as I came. He, too will die in Jerusalem but his death will have a profound effect upon the whole world. For the whole world will weep at his death and his death will bless Israel. Why do I reveal these things now? Why do I bring you to the center of the mystery so quickly? Because the time is short. The events are near. They are not far away."
"All of these locutions, extraordinary as they are, merely reveal the full effects of Lucy’s vision of the death of the Holy Father (July 13, 1917)" 2. Seeing the Future of Israel - Locutions to the World
At this point, the Holy Father took hold of his Rosary and said: "Here is the remedy against the evil! Pray, pray and ask for nothing else. Put everything in the hands of the Mother of God! We must be prepared to undergo great trials in the not-to-distant future, trials that will require us to be ready to give up even our lives, and a total gift of self to Christ and for Christ. Through your prayers and mine, it is possible to alleviate this tribulation, but it is no longer possible to avert it, because it is only in this way that the Church can be effectively renewed. How many times, indeed, has the renewal of the Church been effected in blood? This time, again, it will not be otherwise.
We must be strong, we must prepare ourselves, we must entrust ourselves to Christ and to His holy Mother, and we must be attentive, very attentive, to the prayer of the Rosary." Pope John Paul II on the occasion of his visit to Fulda, in November of 1980, related to the content of third part of Fatima prophecy - LOOSE ENDS/#4