Message Received :
March 23, 2001
In the Chapel at St. Peter’s Community
The Trumpeter :
Our Lady is present at each of the Masses, from the beginning to the end. Today, Her three great Angels, as well as Saint Michael, the Archangel, were with Her. Saint Therese was in her usual place to my left, at the foot of the altar. As we approach closer to Holy Week, more and more Angels accompany Our Lady.
Our Lady’s robes were a beautiful pearlescent white, trimmed with a very fine band of purple. Along the edges of Her garments, I could see very beautiful embroidery that seemed to be like a hem along its edges. Upon Our Lady’s left wrist was a chaplet of the Divine Mercy. The beads looked like reddish pearls.
Our Blessed Mother held the same beautiful crucifix, made from petrified wood with the inlaid image of Her Medallion as Co-Redemptrix and Mediatrix of all Graces, which I have mentioned in previous messages. Saint Michael wore a beautiful red robe and had a crown upon his head, for the true prince that he is. His right hand was over his heart, while in his left hand, he held the staff of a beautiful banner of Our Lady as the Immaculate Conception. His hair was radiant with the lights of gold. His eyes were like a brilliant fire with glowing embers in their center. All around his head was a beautiful aura of light that radiated many beautiful colors, somewhat like a rainbow.
Both Saints Peter and Paul stood to the left side of the altar, my right side. They were both robed in beautiful garments giving them the appearance of kings.
Saint Theodore, the Guardian Angel of the Oblates of Saint Therese, was high in the air behind the Tabernacle, just above Saint Michael. He was as radiant as the sun at high noon. All around him were other angels, spreading downward at about a 45 degree angle on each side.
At each side, or corner, of our Chapel, was one of the beautiful and powerful seventh Angels, the great exorcist Angels. These angels are from the choir of the Throne Angels.
Saint Therese of the Holy Child Jesus came forward slowly and just to the side of Our Blessed Mother, Who was directly in front of the Tabernacle.
With Our Blessed Mother, Saint Therese gave a blessing to everyone, in the Name of the Father, and in the Name of the Son, and in the Name of the Holy Ghost, Amen.+
Saint Therese: My Dear father and brother, all of my brothers and sisters, I address you from and within the Immaculate Heart of Our Mother, Co-Redemptrix and Mediatrix of All Graces.
My dear father, do not be concerned when these directions being given from Heaven do not contain the dramatic and sensational descriptions that many people are hungry for. I am not saying this for you, but for those who will read these words.
As the offensive* time is unfolding, the most dramatic concern that should be constantly in the minds of all is the concern for the salvation of souls. This is not the concern of those hungry with anticipation for the coming chastisements, events that will be filled with catastrophe and sorrow. Three new wars are about to begin, bringing only needless sorrow and suffering upon the earth. It is the decrease in prayers to Heaven and the constant increase of sin that bring this into the world. (*offensive refers to those things that are destructive and harmful to nature, including our human natures.)
This fire of sorrow will not be so distant from your own homeland (as they have been in the past) as it will be at your borders and upon your sovereign soil.
My prayers, with all of my love, are dedicated and united with all of the prayers, trials, sufferings, and atonements of my* Oblates. Even a few can achieve, succeed, and intercede for a great multitude of souls when this is truly united with the Immaculate Heart, petitioning the Divine Mercy. So, I encourage you to continue seeking Mercy for those who have no one to pray for them. Continue to pray for this elevation (in graces) of all souls in the world. And, by your continued efforts to serve one another here in my community, you shall continue to grow in sanctity in the sight of God. (*She is using the word ‘my’ because the Oblates carry her name.)
Do not concern yourself with the opinions and feelings of others, as you are to continue in your sufferings, and in your labors for acquiring graces to appease the Divine Justice. This is God’s Will for my Oblates. (This is in reference to individuals’ disbelief and lack of trust in Heaven’s messages.)
If only mankind could see beyond the veil, the cries for mercy would be echoing around the world like a great thunder. But, because it cannot see the impending punishment because of sin in the world, mankind continues to hurl itself into the great abyss which it does not want to believe exists.
My dear father, I submit to you my intentions, as I ask you to offer special prayers for my requests. (She explained all of this to me privately.)
The Trumpeter: As Saint Therese has turned back around to Our Lady, Our blessed Mother blesses her, and Saint Therese returns to my left side at the foot of the altar.
It is difficult to explain how all of this occurred during the Mass without it ever being an interference. All of this transpired prior to the Consecration, at which time they and all of the Saints and Angels bowed in adoration to our God.
As I am closing, I give my priestly blessing to all who read these words, as I bless all of you in the Name of the Father, and in the Name of the Son, and in the Name of the Holy Ghost, Amen.
Fr Andrew Wingate,ostr
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