........... O Blood and Water, which gushed forth from the Heart of Jesus as a fount of Mercy for us, I trust in You! ???????Woman Woman clothed with the sun, come and do not delay I II am the Mother of 'America, you belong to me, the child of my heart. No one will steal you from me...you have not yet reached your greatest moment. The truly great moment of your history, the moment when you will save the world still lies ahead.' ★ LOCUTIONS 2012 & 2015In the end my Immaculate Heart will triumph. ★LOCUTIONS 2014 ★ ......................... ★ O Blessed Virgin, Mother of ★ O Blessed Virgin, Mother of the Savior, Scatter the forces ★ O Blessed Virgin, Mother of the Savior, Scatter the forces of evil so they are not engrossed in darkness but can come to Light! amen, amen. † LOCUTIONS to the WORLD 9/29-10/9/13 ..................................................***************************

Thursday, April 13, 2017

Maundy Thursday & Good Friday ~ His soul was deeply oppressed, His sorrow on the increase: For it is written. I WILL STRIKE THE SHEPHERDS AND THE SHEEP Of THE FLOCK SHALL BE DISPERSED. But after I shall be risen again, I will go before you into Galilee.’

WHEN Jesus left the supper-room with the eleven Apostles, after the institution of the Adorable Sacrament of the Altar, his soul was deeply oppressed and his sorrow on the increase. He led the eleven, by an unfrequented path, to the Valley of Josaphat. As they left the house, I saw the moon, which was not yet quite at the full, rising in front of the mountain.

Our Divine Lord, as he wandered with his Apostles about the valley, told them that here he should one day return to judge the world, but not in a state of poverty and humiliation, as he then was, and that men would tremble with fear, and cry: ‘Mountains, fall upon us!’ His disciples did not understand him, and thought, by no means for the first time that night, that weakness and exhaustion had affected his brain. He said to them again: 'All you shall be scandalised in me this night. For it is written. I WILL STRIKE THE SHEPHERDS AND THE SHEEP Of THE FLOCK SHALL BE DISPERSED. But after I shall be risen again, I will go before you into Galilee.’

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His sorrow and anguish of soul continued to increase, and he was trembling all over when be entered the grotto to pray, like a wayworn traveller hurriedly seeking shelter from a sudden storm, but the awful visions pursued him even there, and became more and more clear and distinct. Alas! this small cavern appeared to contain the awful picture of all the sins which had been or were to be committed from the fall of Adam to the end of the world, and of the punishment which they deserved. It was here, on Mount Olivet, that Adam and Eve took refuge when driven out of Paradise to wander homeless on earth, and they had wept and bewailed themselves in this very grotto.

I felt that Jesus, in delivering himself up to Divine Justice in satisfaction for the sins of the world, caused his divinity to return, in some sort, into the bosom of the Holy Trinity, concentrated himself, so to speak, in his pure, loving and innocent humanity, and strong only in his ineffable love, gave it up to anguish and suffering.

He fell on his face, overwhelmed with unspeakable sorrow, and all the sins of the world displayed themselves before him, under countless forms and in all their real deformity. He took them all upon himself, and in his prayer offered his own adorable Person to the justice of his Heavenly Father, in payment for so awful a debt. But Satan, who was enthroned amid all these horrors, and even filled with diabolical joy at the sight of them, let loose his fury against Jesus, and displayed before the eyes of his soul increasingly awful visions, at the same time addressing his adorable humanity in words such as these: ‘Takest thou even this sin upon thyself? Art thou willing to bear its penalty? Art thou prepared to satisfy for all these sins?’ 

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The Last Pasch Pages 76-80
MEDITATION VII The Washing of the Feet Pages 81-83
MEDITATION VIII Institution of the Holy Eucharist Pages 84-88
MEDITATION IX Private Instructions and Consecrations Pages 89-93

Introduction Pages 95-97
CHAPTER 1 Jesus in the Garden of Olives Pages 97-121
CHAPTER 2 Judas and his Band Pages 121-127
CHAPTER 3 Jesus is Arrested Pages 127-137
CHAPTER 4 Means Employed by the Enemies of Jesus for Carrying out Their Designs Against Him Pages 138-139
CHAPTER 5 A Glance at Jerusalem Pages 140-144
CHAPTER 6 Jesus before Annas Pages 145-148
CHAPTER 7 The Tribunal of Caiphas Pages 149-150
CHAPTER 8 Jesus before Caiphas Pages 151-158
CHAPTER 9 The Insults received by Jesus in the court of Caiphas Pages 158-160
CHAPTER 10 The Denial of St. Peter Pages 161-164
CHAPTER 11 Mary in the House of Caiphas Pages 164-167
CHAPTER 12 Jesus Confined in the Subterranean Prison Pages 167-170
CHAPTER 13 The Morning Trial Pages 171-173
CHAPTER 14 The Despair of Judas Pages 173-176
CHAPTER 15 Jesus is taken before Pilate Pages 176-179
CHAPTER 16 Description of Pilate's Palace and the Adjacent Buildings Pages 179-183
CHAPTER 17 Jesus before Pilate Pages 183-189
CHAPTER 18 The Origin of the Way of the Cross Pages 189-191
CHAPTER 19 Pilate and his Wife Pages 191-194
CHAPTER 20 Jesus before Herod Pages 194-199
CHAPTER 21 Jesus led back from the Court of Herod to that of Pilate Pages 200-205
CHAPTER 22 The Scourging of Jesus Pages 205-210
CHAPTER 23 Mary during the Flagellation of our Lord Pages 210-212
CHAPTER 24 Interruption of the Visions of the Passion by the Appearance of St. Joseph under the form of a Child Pages 212-218
CHAPTER 25 Description of the Personal Appearance of the Blessed Virgin Pages 218-219
CHAPTER 26 The Crowning with Thorns Pages 220-221
CHAPTER 27 Ecce Homo Pages 222-224
CHAPTER 28 Reflections on the Visions Pages 225-226
CHAPTER 29 Jesus Condemned to be Crucified Pages 227-232
CHAPTER 30 The Carriage of the Cross Pages 233-236
CHAPTER 31 The First Fall of Jesus Pages 236
CHAPTER 32 The Second Fall of Jesus Pages 237-238
CHAPTER 33 Simon of Cyrene.---Third Fall of Jesus Pages 239
CHAPTER 34 The Veil of Veronica Pages 241-242
CHAPTER 35 The Fourth and Fifth Falls of Jesus.---The Daughters of Jerusalem Pages 243-244
CHAPTER 36 Jesus on Mount Golgotha.---Sixth and Seventh Falls of Jesus Pages 245-246
CHAPTER 37 The Departure of Mary and the Holy Women of Calvary. Pages 247-248
CHAPTER 38 The Nailing of Jesus to the Cross Pages 249-252
CHAPTER 39 Erection of the Cross Pages 253
CHAPTER 40 Crucifixion of the Thieves Pages 254-255
CHAPTER 41 Jesus Hanging on the Cross Between Two Thieves Pages 256-257
CHAPTER 42 First Word of Jesus on the Cross Pages 258
CHAPTER 43 Eclipse of the Sun.---Second and Third Word of Jesus on the Cross Pages 259-260
CHAPTER 44 The Fear felt by the Inhabitants of Jerusalem.---Fourth Word of Jesus on the Cross Pages 261-265
CHAPTER 45 Fifth, Sixth, and Seventh Words of Jesus on the Cross.---His Death Pages 266-269
CHAPTER 46 The Earthquake.---Apparitions of the Dead in Jerusalem Pages 270-273
CHAPTER 47 The Request of Joseph of Arimathea to be allowed to have the Body of Jesus Pages 274
CHAPTER 48 The Opening of the Side of Jesus.---Death of the Two Thieves Pages 275-277
CHAPTER 49 A Description of Some Parts of Ancient Jerusalem Pages 278-280
CHAPTER 50 The Descent from the Cross Pages 281-285
CHAPTER 51 The Embalming of the Body of Jesus Pages 286-291
CHAPTER 52 The Body of Our Lord Placed in the Sepulchre Pages 292
CHAPTER 53 The Return from the Sepulchre.---Joseph of Arimathea is put in Prison Pages 293-294
CHAPTER 54 On the Name of Calvary Pages 295-296
CHAPTER 55 The Cross and the Wine-press Pages 297
CHAPTER 56 Apparitions on Occasion of the Death of Jesus Pages 298-299
CHAPTER 57 Guards are Placed Around the Tomb of Jesus Pages 300
CHAPTER 58 A Glance at the Disciples of Jesus on Holy Saturday Pages 301-304
CHAPTER 59 A Detached Account of the Descent into Hell Pages 305-310
CHAPTER 60 The Eve of the Resurrection Pages 311
CHAPTER 61 Joseph of Arimathea Miraculously Set at Large Pages 312
CHAPTER 62 The Night of Resurrection Pages 313-316
CHAPTER 63 The Resurrection of Our Lord Pages 317
CHAPTER 64 The Holy Women at the Sepulchre Pages 318-323
CHAPTER 65 The Relation which was given by the Sentinels who were placed around the Sepulchre Pages 324-325
CHAPTER 66 The End of the Lenten Meditations Pages 326
APPENDIX Detached Account of Longinus Pages 327-330