Pushed Into the Background
May 4, 2013
Too many voices are raised against me. Some speak against people who supposedly trust me too much or have too much devotion to me. Others speak against those who openly profess their love and devotion to me. I must say this clearly. I am not where I should be in the hearts of many Catholics. The Church would not be experiencing its problems or seeing its numbers decrease so dramatically if I had been properly exalted and placed firmly in people’s hearts.
Formerly, I was spoken of highly, but now I have been shoved into the background, hidden from view, as if I am an embarrassment. I ask you. Do those who follow me stop coming to Church?
Do they disobey the bishops? Do they break the Ten Commandments? Not at all because I teach them devotion, obedience and truth.
The Church would not have fallen upon these sad times if only she had followed my path. Yet, those who speak of me and promote devotions that I have specifically asked for (like the Five First Saturdays) are set aside and ignored. If you set my followers aside, then you set me aside. If you set me aside, I cannot help you. That is what has happened.
I could continue speaking. Today is a First Saturday and many Catholics are asleep, unawakened to my urgent requests made at Fatima.
Note: At Fatima, Mary introduced the First Saturday devotions asking all Catholics to do five things on the First Saturday of each month:
1. Receive Holy Communion. (If this is impossible, then receive on Sunday.)
2. Go to Confession (eight days before or eight days after).
3. Say five decades of the rosary.
4. Meditate (pray) on a mystery of the rosary for 15 minutes.
5. Have the intention of making reparation for the sins against Mary’s Immaculate Heart.
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