Apocalypse

 

God the Father

Philip said to him, “Master, show us the Father, and that will be enough for us.”Jesus said to him, “Have I been with you for so long a time and you still do not know me, Philip? Whoever has seen me has seen the Father. How can you say, ‘Show us the Father’?

John 14:8-9

The post I am writing I feel is meant urgently.  Urgently for us and urgently for Priests.  I know I am not the only one who receives this message.  Before I begin, I want to give a little background information of some things that have happened over the past couple of weeks.  As always when I show you posts from my journal I record them as if the Lord were speaking to me directly.  If the church were ever to come out and say anything I have written is wrong, then the church is correct and I am wrong.  Know that as you discern what I write.

To begin, something happened to me before I wrote my last post.   It was July 7, 2019 and I was feeling the tug to write that post, but I really didn’t want to.   It was storming outside and as you know, I like to watch storms, so I decided to go outside and watch the storm and pray asking God if I should write.

Sometimes when I am intent on asking God something, it seems God wants to talk to me about something else and I will find myself overwhelmed at the immensity of God.  On that particular evening God had something specific to show me.  I had closed my eyes to ask about writing as the storm was blowing in front of me when suddenly,  He just said to me very clearly,

“he breathed on them and said to them, “Receive the holy Spirit. Whose sins you forgive are forgiven them, and whose sins you retain are retained.”

And then he showed it to me.  He was standing in front of Philip.   And Philip closed his eyes, and Jesus breathed the breath of God and Philip inhaled the breath of God, and Philip KNEW the Father.  And the love and power was overwhelming…he did it to all that were there.

And I sobbed.  I just sat on my front porch and sobbed.  Because I felt it and saw it but I cannot adequately explain it or how overpowering it was.  The immensity of the moment.  The joy of it.  And what it means to be a Priest…And how much responsibility it entails, and how they received it as Loved sons of a Good Father….so they could bring Mercy to the world…

And I knew Jesus weeps at those Priests who don’t understand this.

So fast forward a week and I had planned a trip to the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament in Hanceville, AL.  I realized we had planned the trip on the Feast of Saint Veronica.  These things are never coincidence to me.  Remember Veronica wiped the Face of Jesus with her veil.

The priest who gave the homily was AWESOME.  He said what needed to be said.  He touched on everything my friends and I in our prayer group have prayed for and spoken of the past year.  About persecution, Priests and Bishops needing to lead more than they do.  He told us he got most of his homily from this article.

As you know I veil at Mass.  On this day at the Shrine I wore my favorite veil.   You can see it here;

Susan in blue veil

 

After Mass I took off my veil and put it in my purse.  We ate lunch and decided to go to adoration and confession.  But I could not find my veil.   This veil is my favorite for many reasons.  It’s Marian blue and it is the one I have touched to so many relics, including Saint Padre Pio, Saint Faustina, and the last one I touched it to was the heart of Saint John Vianney, patron of Priests.  I looked everywhere in my purse where I had put it and then all over where I had been and including the lost and found but was unable to find it.  I thought perhaps God wanted to speak to someone else about veiling and he would use my veil to do it.  I went to to get one of my other veils to go to adoration, but I was, and am sad to lose that one.  It was special to me.

After confession, I sat in adoration a little bit bummed out.  I asked the Lord to speak to me.  The only thing God said to me was, “Restore the Father’s Blessings”.  I wasn’t sure what He meant.  We left shortly thereafter.

I got up this morning, and was going to just get cleaning done in my house because I have company coming in.  But the tug on my heart to go to Mass was strong.  Very strong.  So I got in my car and headed off to Mass.  Adoration was going on prior to Mass.

It was then God started pouring over me during adoration and then continued in Mass.  I will try to relay what he said to me as best as I can and hope that it makes sense.  This is also one of the most dire post pleas I have posted before and so I want to relay that in receiving this, I had God’s peace.  He is in control and really truly does not want us to be afraid.  The only thing we should fear is losing our salvation;

Beloved Lily of the Father,

 In the beginning they KNEW the Father.  They KNEW ME.  They walked in union with me.  They KNEW their source which came from the Tree of Life.

  • …Now, what if he also reaches out his hand to take fruit from the tree of life, and eats of it and lives forever? (Genesis 3:22)

Once they turned to the Tree of Knowledge of Good and Evil as their source the unity they walked in experienced a rift.  I did not withdraw the source, or they would cease to be, but the source was veiled, guarded by the Cherubim.  I send angels to help you make your way back to the source to help you do My will.

The Priesthood is the bridge between heaven and earth bringing back to earth what has been veiled.  Giving the sacramental life to my people so they can be brought back to unity with my will. 

When Philip asked Jesus, “Master, show us the Father, and that will be enough for us.” I let Philip know that knowing ME is done through the Son who is in me.

On July 7, 2019 I showed you on your front porch the moment Philip really, really knew the Father.  Jesus breathed on him and said “receive the Holy Spirit.”  You sobbed understanding the gravity of the Priesthood.  They are the Fatherhood of God bringing my Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity to my people, reconciling my people to me, so they turn back to the Source from whom their goodness comes.

And yet I say, woe to my shepherds.  You have entered your final warnings.  Rome is burning.  The Mass is becoming decimated.  Some leaders are a brood of vipers.  It is their disobedience that calls my hand of justice upon the earth.  They are withholding the Kingdom from my people.  They in their unbelief.  It is the only time the Son was amazed, it is because of unbelief.  He could not perform miracles because of it. 

My Priests restore the Father’s Blessings.  But instead because of their unbelief they bring down judgment.  The passion of the church. 

When the Mass becomes decimated, and the bridge between heaven and earth broken I must bring the apocalypse directly.  Apocalypse means unveiling.  I will unveil and make transparent Good and Evil.  Every action I make is to bring union back to the will of the Father.  When those in the bridge refuse my will, I ACT ON A GLOBAL SCALE.  Death will be a mercy for some because it will be in death that they turn back to me.  Many will refuse my mercy and will lock themselves in hell for eternity.  THE EARTH HAS SEEN NOTHING LIKE WHAT I WILL UNVEIL.  The constructs in your mind of who I AM will be shaken to the core.  But remember I AM LOVE, DO NOT DOUBT IT.  You lost your veil to give out warning and let my shepherds know, TIME IS RUNNING OUT… REPENT OR SUFFER MY DIRECT UNVEILING.

Look now I will unveil the Mass for you Beloved Lily of the Father.  Look and see what I see.

{At this point, I Susan, am watching the consecration.  My eyes become super blurry.  Everything blends together in a Bright White Light.  I know where we are in the Mass by the words being proclaimed.  The Priest has raised the Host, but what I see is a Bright White Light.  I see the Face of Jesus, Massively large taking up the whole altar space.  As he raises the chalice I see a Rainbow.  God is using the surroundings of what is in the church to reveal all of this to me.  He says the rainbow is a symbol of his Covenant.  He tells me He is everywhere and permeates everything.  I sense WRATH at the covenant symbols misuse especially when embraced inside of the church in a way that damages souls, wrath for the perversion of everything, and especially the harming of children.  But in the midst of it is an overwhelming love from the altar. As I stated, “Lord I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof,” I was brought to tears at the immensity of it all.}

I will bring you to your knees and you will know who I AM.  Everything that comes from me is a movement back towards my WILL which is LOVE, MERCY AND TRUTH, anything that is evil and moves souls away from this will be destroyed.  The day of Justice rapidly upon you.  Time is short and velocity speeds up.  I will restore the Father’s Blessings.  The righteous will be lifted up and my peace will be upon you.  Do not be afraid of the battle.  I AM with you. 

 Psalm 33:18

 The Most Holy Trinity

To the shepherds who are fighting the battle I pray for your perseverance and I thank you for fighting for us.  DO NOT BE AFRAID.  To those who are not, repent and believe in the Gospel.

 

About veilofveronica

I am a mother and wife as well as an RCIA and Adult Faith Formation catechist at a parish in the south. I have 3 children and a great husband.
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32 Responses to Apocalypse

  1. Beckita says:

    Amen. God bless you and thank you for your faithfulness, Susan.

    The Battle Hymn of the Republic continues to fill my head… especially these lyrics:

    Mine eyes have seen the glory of the coming of the Lord;
    He is trampling out the vintage where the grapes of wrath are stored;
    He hath loosed the fateful lightning of His terrible swift sword;
    His truth is marching on.

    Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!
    Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!
    Glory! Glory! Hallelujah!
    His truth is marching on.

  2. Mick says:

    Susan, I’m going to share this post with my son who is discerning whether to enter the seminary. I think it will help to strengthen his resolve.

    Also, I shared your last blog post with the woman that I mentioned to you. She is giving it some serious consideration. Thanks again for your prayers for her.

  3. James Ignatius McAuley says:

    Sue,

    God graced you with prophetic gifts. I have been given gifts of discernment, especially in regards to liturgical mystagogy. The way that the mass and the Divine Liturgy is done is part of the veiling. Father Stelyios Muksuris, a Greek Orthodox priest who teaches at the Byzantine Catholic Seminary in Pittsburgh states that “Liturgical mystagogy intends to raise the spiritual consciousness of the worshipper, from a trivial vision of the ritual acts conducted in the church to a deeper understanding of the meaning behind those acts . . . It attempts to convey the invisible divine presence through the visible human act.” In other words, the liturgy should convey through its ritual acts the as much of the heavenly glory of the heavenly liturgy as possible.

    I was given to understand that the Father made use of the failure of the Council of Florence because he foresaw what the reformation would do to the Roman Mass. The Church in the west was hit hard by the evils of Zwinglism and Calvinism. The result was a denuding of the mass, and a certain loss of the mystagogy (the loss of the rood, the rood screens, most of the sequences, the stripping of the altars in the Protestant countries, etc.). The basic mass, however, stayed the same until after Vatican II when, with the alteration in the mass, even more of the liturgical mystagogy was stripped away (the loss of the ancient offertory, the placeat tibi, last gospel, etc.) However, as part of its schism, Orthodoxy refused to countenance any change in the Divine Liturgy, understanding that it would lead to a spiritual impoverishment. The Father made good come out of the evil of the Schism, by preserving a form of mass that was not impoverished, but instead retained more of the glory of the heavenly liturgy, as a sign and reminder to the Church in the west.

    I have been graced to read the works of many of the great mystagogues. People have no idea of the spiritual fire they are dealing with. I just had a friend tell me how, in one of the Roman Rite parishes here in the Diocese of Buffalo, she saw a trail of consecrated hosts left by a so called “Eucharistic minister.” My friend crawled across the floor and ate the hosts. One of the other “Eucharistic ministers” told her to throw them out! The impiety and blasphemy to the holy and life giving Body of our Lord horrified my friend. I remember finding a host left in a pew in the Basilica of the Immaculate Conception while in Law School. I gave it to an usher who consumed it. He then told me it was a problem since the unfortunate introduction of communion in the hand.

    I would add the in the Roman Rite, one of the ways the liturgical mystagogy is expressed is in the Liturgical Calendar. The loss of the Feast of the Precious Blood on July 1 was a horrible impoverishment. St. John Paul II went through a great battle to declare the First Sunday after Easter Divine Mercy Sunday. The libs flipped out (I remember one bishop whining that “[i]t violates the spirit of Vatican II), but, with good old Polish stubbornness, JPII glowed through and enriched the Roman Rite greatly. God bless him.

    I applaud the veil, very biblical and liturgical of you – a Byzantine Catholic Priest pointed out that the veil is the sacred liturgical garment of women, and it is strange that they would abandon it.

    I understand that the decimation of the mass is tied to the Amazon synod. It is also the great abomination to the Church that St. Hildegard of Bingen spoke about.

    I have been lead to ask our Lady of Glastonbury for help. Here is the prayer, the Glastonbury Prayer:

    O Lord Jesus Christ, whose glorious Mother was honoured for so many centuries under the title of Our Lady St Mary of Glastonbury, grant that through her intercession, together with that of your blessed martyrs Richard Whiting, Roger James and John Thorne, who in Glastonbury laid down their lives for their Faith, that true unity of Faith may be restored among Christians in this country and that we your servants may ever rejoice in health of mind and body to render you fitting praise. Amen.

    Prayers for you, yours, and your intentions, Sue!

    • Thanks James. If we really knew what was happening at Mass I think we would all be prostrate.

      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        They used to do a prostration in the Byzantine Rite at the Epiclesis, but the Russian Orthodox declared it a Latin innovation and the Ukrainian and Ruthenian Catholic Bishops then pushed to drop it. However, many of the Greek and Romanian Orthodox have preserved it. I was honored to serve a retired Byzantine Catholic priest who did the prostration at the epiclesis, and so I could do the prostration – you just want to throw yourself down before the Lord and worship him! He is so great and beautiful!

    • Mick says:

      James, do you know where one may obtain holy cards with the Glastonbury Prayer on them?

      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        Mick,

        I will be ordering a statue of Our Lady of Glastonbury from England. The priest has agreed to send me some cards, so once I do, I will send you one. I have never seen them anywhere.

      • Mick says:

        Oh, James, that would be wonderful! Thank you in advance, and I will cherish that holy card forever. 🙂

      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        Mick, I ordered the statue yesterday and the prayer cards. So, I have to wait for it to be shipped from the UK. Once I receive it, I will let you know.

      • Mick says:

        Thanks so much, James! And if you wouldn’t mind posting a photo of the statue so that all of us could see it, that would be awesome.

      • James Ignatius McAuley says:

        Mick,

        The best pic is here, frbederowe.blogspot, go to Friday September 7 2018 High Mass on the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary

        Blow up the pic to see the prettiest statue of Our Lady.

  4. Anne says:

    And the latest Alan Ames book….. All that I AM. About the Mass.

    • James Ignatius McAuley says:

      Ann,

      I know very little about Alan Ames. In fact, I never heard of him until now and had to look him up. It is clear he loves God, is Catholic, and has the gift of healing. Tell me about him.

  5. Anne says:

    Yes James…correct.Alan had a massive conversion after a very wild life.He travels greatly ….est in the US….with his healing ministry.He has written many books. This is his latest.

  6. KMA says:

    How beautiful! God bless and protect our faithful priests, and bring back those who have fallen.

  7. Anne says:

    Hey James….reading Alan Ames book. Wow!!! And you came into my thoughts.may God bless you!

  8. James Ignatius McAuley says:

    Anne,

    There are very few books printed in the last ten years that I know that are truly beautiful books on the Roman mass or its mystagogy. One book is Lisa Berman’s Tradition and Treasure from St. Augustine Academy Press. For its price, $22.50, from St. Augustine’s Academy Press, you cannot beat it. It is beautifully illustrated, and, while focusing on the EF mass, will allow you to see into the OF mass. Lisa, a homeschooling mother, has done an excellent job. If anyone truly wanted to understand the Roman form of the Divine Liturgy, I would recommend this book.

    The other is The Divine Liturgy: Insights Into Its Mystery by the late Jean Hani from Angelico Press for $17.50. It is not illustrated, but is excellent.

    I cannot say anything about Alan’s book – you will have to tell us all about it!

    • Mick says:

      James, I have a copy of Lisa Bergman’s wonderful book. I got it at one of the parishes in my hometown, which has had an EF Mass on Sunday afternoons for several years.

    • Anne says:

      Truly, I don’t know where to start James. Just get one!

  9. Deon says:

    Hi Veronica/Susan, This is my first time commenting on your posts. I’ve read a few in the past, but read ASOH. When reading this post, it reminded me of the priests in the temple in Ezekiel Ch 8. The abominations that led to the Spirit of the Lord departing before the destruction and the Babylonian captivity. God’s graces and blessings to you and your family. Thank you for your prayers for all of us.

  10. C says:

    Thank you for this, I had a similar but unique vision, It was heaven then blurry then present then again heaven and it was as if I was walking between the two the entire mass, I was unsure if I was crazy, I told my spiritual director they were affirming, but unsure speechless, this is the closet validation to the reality of what God unveiled. God Bless you.

  11. nathanemann says:

    Susan, thank you for your post. I worry that many Catholic priests today preach a watered-down version of what they were taught in seminary. I’ve witnessed this in our own diocese. In history, when our Church was at its weakest, the laypeople rose up and became the strength the Church needed to survive. It feels like we’re coming up on a time such as that. The Church teaches that we as laypeople can preserve the truth of the church as the sensus fidelium (the sense of the faithful). When I’ve prayed about this crisis in the priesthood, I felt the Spirit put this verse on my heart:

    “Catch the foxes for us,
    The little foxes that are ruining the vineyards,
    While our vineyards are in blossom.”
    –Song of Solomon 2:15

    I sense that the new seminarians coming through have a strong devotion to the orthodox faith — adhering to the Magisterium of the Church — and I pray that they will help right the ship in preparation for a coming time of trial. We don’t need veiled messages in homilies. We need firm conviction from our priests of what is to come, what we should do, and how to take rest knowing the victory has been won.

    I was at the Applied Biblical Conference at Franciscan Univ this week and one of the speaker touched on this idea that the Church is about to undergo a huge influx of believers and we need to start preparing for this instead of worrying about clinging to the size of their current parishes. We need to stop focusing on not offending people and stand firm, preach the Word, shepherd the priest, come what may. The first 30 popes died as martyrs. We need priests who are willing to do or say anything to their congregations to proclaim the truth of Christ, even if it costs their lives. As laypeople, the same is expected.

    Thank you for your unveiling of the truth and the message you received.

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