As Given to Seer, Valentina Papagna
June 28, 2019
Feast of the Sacred Heart of Jesus
During the Holy Mass celebrating the Feast of the Sacred Heart, Lord Jesus lamented, “Today, you celebrate the Feast of My Sacred Heart. My Sacred Heart should be joyful, but instead, it is full of thorns and pain. It saddens Me to see humanity sink into the deepest of deepest sin, which causes Me to be so offended and for which I endure so much pain. My faithful remnant that I see in front of Me, they are My consolation.”
“My child, everything passes quickly. Things are happening in the world, and they will continue to happen. The hot weather that is hitting some countries, and here, in this country, you can experience milder weather during winter, and then you can experience colder weather. These are all signs given to humanity to repent and convert. I guide everything; these weather changes have nothing to do with climate change. It is the sin that causes all the changes in the weather. Humanity must realise that they really need to come before Me and humble themselves, repent and ask Me for My Mercy.”
“This cycle of changes in the world – in the climate, the world economy, will continue until humanity realises the Truth, and fall on their knees and ask Me for forgiveness and mercy. The cycle will continue until humanity comes to the point where they realise there is no other way except to come to Me.”
“When people realise that they are to repent of their sins, only then will the world change for the better. I will renew the earth, and there will be a new era of happiness and holiness. My Heart is not happy and it is not content for the world. My Heart is very offended.”
Our Lord finds consolation in little groups – prayer groups, people that love Him and make small sacrifices for Him. We can offer our Lord many daily sacrifices to console Him, to console His Sacred Heart. These can include our domestic chores such as cleaning and washing dishes. He is present with us and watches and waits for us to offer these sacrifices. He waits for sacrifices that we do with love and without complaining.
June 28, 2019
The Cenacle Rosary Prayer
After the Holy Mass
After the Holy Mass, we have the Cenacle Rosary prayers in the Church Chapel. For many, many years now, at least twenty years, every Friday after the noon Mass, we pray the Cenacle Rosary.
As usual, a white linen cloth covers the Chapel Altar. In preparation for the Cenacle, one of the ladies from our prayer group will bring out the Crucifix, a candle, and a vase of flowers to place on the edge of the altar, on the side facing the people. Firstly she would put a white linen napkin over the linen altar cloth, and only then set the silver Crucifix together with a lit candle and a small vase of fresh flowers. Just in front of the Altar on a small stand, is placed a blue cloth and then a white lace-trim cloth over the top. The Statue of the Blessed Mother is placed, on top of this together with a lit candle with some fresh flowers.
Today, after we finished praying the Rosary, something remarkable happened which has never happened before. The ladies went to remove the silver Crucifix, the flowers, the candles and the Statue of our Blessed Mother to place them back in the Sacristy. As they were doing so, one of the ladies, Eileen, lifted the spotless white napkin, and to her complete surprise, she could see what looked like a reddish mark on the main Altar cloth. When she looked at it, it looked like a dry wine stain. She called another lady and asked her what does she see? The lady also said that it looks like a wine stain.
Eileen then requested Jan, a member of the prayer group, if she could address this properly. She thought that if it’s a wine stain, whether consecrated or not, they must take care of it in the correct manner. They were startled because something like this had never happened before. The Altar cloth was spotless before they started preparing for the Cenacle Rosary.
Eileen then asked me to take a look. We checked the bottom of the vase, thinking the mark may have been left behind from the flowers, but these were completely clean as was the napkin on which it sat.
Jan brought a purifier from the Sacristy, a napkin-like cloth with an embroidered cross which is usually placed on the Altar cloth if any Precious Blood is spilled during the Mass. She went to cover the mark, and as soon as she did this, I heard our Lord speak from the Tabernacle. He was firm when He said, “No! Tell Jan not to cover Me up. Uncover Me!”
Jesus said, “Being the Feast of My Sacred Heart, I give you a Gift and a Sign that I Am truly present with you and your whole prayer group.”
I said, “Lord, we are not worthy of all of that.”
He responded, “Yes, you are.”
Jesus said, “Today, you receive a special blessing for being faithful to Me, and remain faithful to Me, My children.”
I said, “Thank you, Lord Jesus, for being truly present with us, while we were praying.”
Later that evening, at home, I was questioning what had happened earlier in the day in the Church and thought to myself, ‘It could be from some kind of red-coloured flower.’
Immediately I heard our Lord say, “Why do you doubt Me? It is truly My gift that I give you that I Am really and truly present with you, My children.”
When I first saw the image on the cloth, it looked like a little Cross, but then it changed into a Heart, a pierced Heart. Above the Heart is the image of a flame. The Flame of Love coming out of His Sacred Heart. At the base of the Heart, to the left, there is the image of blood gushing from His pierced Sacred Heart.
July 5, 2019
Urgent Message from Blessed Mother
During my morning prayers, the angel of the Lord appeared to me and said, “Our Blessed Mother has something to tell you.”
Blessed Mother then appeared with an angel standing beside her. She was holding, a most beautiful, bunch of fresh roses. The bunch was so large that she had to use both hands to hold them; she embraced the roses. They were pink and yellow coloured, with a few white ones scattered throughout. The colours of the roses reminded me of the Rosa Mystica.
I said, “What beautiful flowers!”
Blessed Mother was dressed in a red tunic, signifying the Precious Blood of our Lord Jesus, and a white mantle covered her head.
She said, “With the Rosary that my children pray, I will win the world. Encourage people to pray the Rosary.”
The roses represent the Rosary prayers that we pray.
There was a sense of urgency in her message. She made me feel that it is very urgent for the world to be saved, and for the Triumph of her Immaculate Heart, through the Holy Rosary.