Lord, to whom shall we go?

NOW IS FULFILLED THE PROPHECY OF AKITA

by Br. Alexis Bugnolo

Lord, to whom shall we go?

Now that the faithful of all of Italy have been denied the Sacraments by the Bergoglian Bishops, no one can receive Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament!

This is a most terrible blow to the faith of believing Catholics.

But it is also a most terrible scourge.

If the Bishops of Italy think they will avoid the punishments of God by doing such things, God will shortly make it clear that rather they shall increase them!

Right now, undoubtedly, there are some saints alive on Earth. That God cannot give Himself in the Sacrament to them and to all those in the state of grace, here in Italy, a land of saints, it will be the cause of the most extreme Divine Anger possible.

NOW IS FULFILLED THE PROPHECY OF AKITA

Our Lady warned us that there would come a time when all we would have would  be Her Rosary and the sign of Her Son, the Sign of the Cross. It has happened. The Faithful have been refused communion by the Bishops of Italy. This is a sin of schism of the most horrible and satanic kind.

Will the Mass and Sacraments be restored to the Faithful after April 3? or will Bergoglio continue the suspension for 3 and half years, as Saint John the Apostle warns the AntiChrist will do in the Book of the Apocalypse?

When the Mass returns, will it be the same Mass, or will they replace the Sacrifice with the adoration of Pachamama or Islamic prayers?

Anything is possible with atheists.

You see, I told you, the assertion that ministerium means munus, in the Declaratio of Pope Benedict, is a grave error which implies the denial of the entire Catholic Religion and puts the Bishops in schism from Christ.  They have now sealed their sin with schism also from the faithful!

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CREDITS: The Meme above is take from https://verbumbible.com/2019/05/11/readings-saturday-week-3-easter/ where the Catholic Institute of the Missionaries of the Divine Word offer for meditation the Scripture passage from whence the title of this post it taken.

10 thoughts on “Lord, to whom shall we go?”

  1. God always feeds His sheep. Recall that the children of Fatima were given Our Lord’s Body and Blood by the Archangel Michael. His ways are not ours. I am praying for all in Italy during this present scourge.

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  2. Providence will Provide.
    We will have to suffer like the Church brought in the desert, but we will survive in Jesus’ Name.
    This is my experience:
    I was born under the protection of Our Lady of Fatima (on May 13th) and S. Antony the Abbot (name of the place) who lived in the desert. Now, because of a peculiar condition, I’ve been living without physical Communion for 4 years already, Spiritual Communion, Bible and Rosary is my daily Bread. In this desert I can feel weak and see death and bad figures approaching me sometimes, yet I’m still alive and kicking, by Grace and Mercy. I’m not perfect but I have such great Protectors! Today I can see the reason: I was just made an example of a tiny miserable who can survive against monsters with the right mentors. You too can turn to Them and will probably be much better than me!
    Peace be with you.

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  3. Apostolic Administrator and Chancery of Catholic Diocese of Hong Kong

    Please Resume Public Masses in the Diocese of Hong Kong Immediately!

    For the first time as far as anyone is aware, Masses in the Diocese of Hong Kong have been suspended since 15 February, with no indication now when they will resume.

    In honouring the opinions of government and medical professionals, the Apostolic Administrator has deprived his flock of life-giving and life-saving Sacraments.

    Meanwhile, Mammon continues to be served – for example ever popular Apple and IKEA stores remain open and remain packed with people in greater densities than any Catholic Mass in Hong Kong.

    Even in Mainland China, Apple re-opened 29 of its 42 stores from Monday 24 February.

    The very next day, the Diocese of Hong Kong extended its suspension of Masses.

    Some Protestant Christians are still worshipping collectively, as well as Muslims and Sikhs and bars, cinemas, clubs, public transport and shopping centres are still open for business.

    Even the Hong Kong government has resumed office work.

    “The remarkable thing about God is that when you fear God, you fear nothing else, whereas if you do not fear God, you fear everything else.” – Oswald Chambers.

    Do you fear God, or anything but God?

    Do you truly believe that your actions will encourage Catholic Christians, and encourage people to become Catholic Christians, or will those actions rather discourage Catholic Christians, and discourage people from becoming Catholic Christians?

    If you fear God, you will reopen all Catholic churches, chapels and the Cathedral immediately and encourage the faithful to collectively worship and bear witness to Jesus Christ, the One and Only Saviour of the World for the remainder of Lent.

    If you do not fear God, you should ask for how long you can afford the lack of monetary contributions for your material benefit, since you are totally failing to provide for the sacramental and spiritual needs of those who pay them.

    Historically, the Church has witnessed during times of crisis through its faithful – in particular its ordained priests – risking their earthly lives to assure their own and others’ eternal lives.

    The actual medical hardships caused by the coronavirus are no worse in intensity or prevalence than many endured by Christians over the past 2,000 years, including Black Death, plague, “Spanish” Flu, “Hong Kong” Flu and SARS.

    As “Jesus Christ is the same yesterday, today and forever” [Hebrews 13:8 NRSVACE], the Church’s response to doubt, fear and suffering should be as it has always been.

    “Then Jesus [Greek – he] summoned his twelve disciples and gave them authority over unclean spirits, to cast them out, and to cure every disease and every sickness. … ‘As you go, proclaim the good news, “The kingdom of heaven has come near [is at hand].” Cure the sick, raise the dead, cleanse the lepers [contagious skin disease sufferers], cast out demons. You received without payment; give without payment.’” [Matthew 10:1, 7-8, NRSVACE]

    “‘Everyone therefore who acknowledges me before others, I also will acknowledge before my Father in heaven; but whoever denies me before others, I also will deny before my Father in heaven. … Whoever loves father or mother more than me is not worthy of me; and whoever loves son or daughter more than me is not worthy of me; and whoever does not take up the cross and follow me is not worthy of me. Those who find their life will lose it, and those who lose their life for my sake will find it.’” [Matthew 10:32-33, 37-39]

    Postscript. For reference, Saints that have been invoked in comparable health crises include (courtesy Wikipedia):

    St Agatha of Sicily – nurses

    St Agricola of Avignon – bubonic plague

    St Agrippina of Mineo – invoked against evil spirits, leprosy, thunderstorms,
    bacterial diseases, and bacterial infections

    St Adrian of Nicomedia – plague, epilepsy

    St Aloysius Gonzaga – young students, Christian youth, plague victims, people with incurable diseases and their caregivers

    St Bernardino of Siena – chest problems, lung problems, gambling addictions

    St Deodatus of Nevers – against thunderstorm, evil spirits, and plague

    St Edmund the Martyr of East Anglia – patron saint of pandemics

    St Epipodius – victims of betrayal and of torture

    St Expeditus – invoked against procrastination

    Four Holy Marshals – epidemics, diseases

    Fourteen Holy Helpers – epidemics, bubonic plague or the Black Death

    St Gotthard of Hildesheim – invoked against fever, dropsy, childhood sicknesses, hailstones, the pain of childbirth, and gout.

    St Hugh of Cluny – fever

    St Hyacinth – those in danger of drowning

    St Joseph – against doubt, against hesitation, dying people, expectant mothers, happy death, holy death, interior souls, people in doubt, pioneers, pregnant women, travellers, and fetuses.

    St Jude Thaddaeus – lost causes, desperate situations

    St Luke – artists, physicians, bachelors, surgeons, students and butchers

    St Mary Help of Christians – invoked against personal and collective sin and oppression of Christians

    St Mary Magdalene – people ridiculed for their piety, penitent sinners, prostitutes, repentance, sexual temptation

    St Michael the Archangel – against danger at sea, against temptations, holy death, sick people, storms at sea

    St Natalia of Nicomedia – plague, epilepsy

    St Patroclus of Troyes – demons, fever

    St Saint Quentin – coughs, sneezes, and dropsy.

    St Quirinus of Neuss – invoked against the bubonic plague, smallpox, and gout

    St Raphael the Archangel – ‘It is God who heals’, ‘God Heals’, ‘God, Please Heal’

    St Roch – Invoked against cholera, epidemics, knee problems, plague, skin diseases

    St Rita of Cascia – lost causes or impossible cases, marital problems, abuse

    St Sebastian – protector against plague, holy death

    St Theobald of Provins – invoked against fever; afflictions associated with the eyes; Dry cough; infertility; panic attacks

    St Valentine – fainting, plague, epilepsy

    St Walter of Pontoise – invoked against stress

    St Winnoc – fever, whooping cough

    First temporary suspension of Masses etc 15-28 February
    https://catholic.org.hk/en/media20200213/
    https://catholic.org.hk/en/media20200213b/
    https://catholic.org.hk/en/temporary-suspension-of-public-masses/
    Promulgated within 24 hours of the announcement of Xia Baolong as Director, Hong Kong and Macau Affairs Liaison Office. Xia is a hardliner who ordered removal of ~2,000 crosses from churches in Zhejiang province
    Indefinite extension of suspension of Masses etc
    https://catholic.org.hk/media20200225/
    Promulgated a day after Apple re-opened 29 of 42 of its Mainland China stores.

    The number of cases in Hong Kong is a minute fraction of those in Mainland China. There have, to date, been only two deaths attributed to COVID-19 in Hong Kong, both of whom had prior medical conditions.

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  4. Yes, Brother, that and more seems to be on the horizon. The words of Padre Pio “It is easier for the earth to exist without the sun than without the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass!” reveals the complete mindlessness of Bergoglio and his disoriented clergy in the Vatican.

    They are the perfect model of a false church governed by satan, as Padre Pio said to Padre Gabriele Amorth, would come soon. It is here for all to see…

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  5. Forgive me little off topic. I just read on Abyssus reprint from Cath Mon.
    in subtitle it says:
    Might Archbishop Lenga’s Turkmenistan be the first Country to Convene an Imperfect Council to Declare Francis an Antipope?

    It instantly brought to my mind prophecy I heard about a while ago. I didn’t do any research on that, so I can’t provide any details. In the prophecy it was said that new pope will be elected in place where Abp Lenga presently resides.

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  6. “As I was praying for Poland, I heard the words: I bear a special love for Poland, and if she will be obedient to My will, I will exalt her in might and holiness. From her will come forth the spark that will prepare the world for My final coming.”

    (The Diary of St. Faustina, 1732)

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  7. I head (I think) another one when not Poland but Lichen (Marian sanctuary) was mentioned directly. I may bring more details soon as I remember who told me about this and will be able to ask about more details.

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