The Intimacy with God

24 April 2010

Dearest Readers,

I hope you have experienced a bright Easter of Jesus’ resurrection. We are approaching the great solemnity of Pentecost. The Catechism of the Catholic Church reminds us of the deep meaning of that solemnity where it says: “Fifty days after the Resurrection at Pentecost the glorified Jesus Christ poured out the Spirit in abundance and revealed him as a divine Person so that the Holy Trinity was fully manifest. The mission of Christ and of the Spirit became the mission of the Church which is sent to proclaim and spread the mystery of the communion of the Holy Trinity.”[1]

It is therefore fundamental for each one of us to live an ever closer relationship with the Holy Spirit so that He may guide, sanctify and enable us to live in Christ and send us out to bear witness to Christ’s life. To help you in this, I will share the message I have received from the Holy Spirit on the vigil of Pentecost, 1999, where He speaks of the necessity to live true intimacy with God, which is the basis of spiritual life.

I hope you will receive grace and strength from the Holy Spirit to live more and more immersed in the beatitude of divine life already here on Earth. It may seem like a utopia, but it is not; all of us can reach it with the powerful help of the Holy Spirit who leads us to experience, day after day, the greatness and goodness of God.

I greet you with love in Christ.

Stefania Caterina


Message of the Holy Spirit of 22 May 1999 – Vigil of Pentecost

“I bless you tonight, the vigil of Pentecost. I would like to remind you that all your efforts in your spiritual life are useless if you do not live in intimacy with God. Only few souls have discovered God, even among those who say that they belong to Him. Few souls have discovered God as a friend, even fewer have discovered Him as Father. Continue reading

God Has Given Us a Name

31 March 2010

Dearest Readers,

Heartfelt wishes of Happy Easter!

I hope that this will be an Easter of true resurrection for each one of us; a deep inner passage towards the new creation, which Jesus has prepared for us by overcoming death. Faith in Christ assures us that we are called to a new, redeemed and risen life. Participating in the celebration of the memorial of Christ’s death and resurrection it is not enough to get there. We also have to fully collaborate with the action of the Holy Spirit within us, which awakens the memory of our soul so that we discover our true identity in God, which is that of being His children.

It is important to stand face to face before God and to allow Him to search our heart and let Him call us by our name; this is the awakening of life; this is our resurrection. In the Bible, the name with which God calls a man is the very definition of the person.

In the Gospel of John, Mary Magdalen encounters the Risen Lord, but she does not recognise Him until He calls her by her name. In the name Jesus pronounces, Mary recognises herself and her identity as daughter; she recognises the voice of the One who has loved and saved her. Let us read the episode together. Continue reading

Free and Intelligent Creatures

10 January 2010 – Baptism of the Lord

By Stefania Caterina

The ability to discern and evaluate the events of the world is of vital importance for each of us; I would say that it is a duty as well as a right. Otherwise we suffer the events with resignation, fear, depression, anxiety and passiveness. Instead, we have a responsibility for our life, for that of others and for what happens to all humanity. If this is true for every man, it is also true for those who profess themselves believers. Jesus told me once: “I have not created puppets but free and intelligent creatures.” If we are not puppets because God has created us free and intelligent, then we are able to read the events around us in the light of our spiritual intelligence, which God has given us when He created us in His image and likeness.

Feeling responsible for the reality that surrounds us rather than being resigned viewers, promotes our participation and creativity, and gives us the possibility to contribute to history. If we say that we are believers, then our responsibility urges us to participate in the work of God. How? Through our decision to live for God through love, which will elevate our thoughts and lead us to understand what God is doing for us. If this decision is missing, we limit ourselves to just observing events that occur as mere phenomena. We are spiritually blind; our eyes are deprived of God’s light. Continue reading

Crossing and Defeating Death and the Underworld

26 February 2010

By Stefania Caterina

The time of Lent has begun; it is a time of intense preparation for Easter. I believe that we all have the wish to follow Jesus in His Paschal passage from death to life; a passage that awaits each one of us in all circumstances of life. In fact, we know very well that our existence is filled with circumstances that are often not ideal. In the family, at work, in the relationships with others, in the various difficulties we encounter daily we can choose to suffer the events passively or do what Jesus did: transform each trial into a victory, every death into a resurrection. How? By offering to God our difficulties, by lifting up our heart and our thoughts to Him and by praying faithfully and firmly, believing that He can transform evil into good through His great love for us.

Often we pray for something that is important for us; yet, sometimes we do not receive it; consequently, we feel disappointed and start arguing with the Lord. Personally, through the trials of life, I have understood that the profound meaning of prayer is not to ask God to realise the solutions that we have in mind. The meaning of prayer is to present every situation to God, leave it in His hands and allow Him to solve everything according to His mind, which is definitely superior to ours. Continue reading

Living in Communion without Murmuring or Envying

24 July 2010

Dear Readers,

I hope you are well and can enjoy the summer time. The message of the Holy Spirit that I am sharing with you this month deals with the fraternal communion whose source and strength lie in the communion of the Three Persons of the Most Holy Trinity.

It is not always easy to live in communion with our neighbours because of our weaknesses, which we know very well. However, if we offer ourselves to Jesus, through Mary’s Immaculate Heart, we can overcome all limits; in fact, our self-offering unites us with Jesus, and then it is no longer we who love but He who loves and creates true communion with others. Continue reading

“Getting out of the Crisis”

By Father Tomislav Vlašić

28 September 2021

(Translated audio)

Dearest Brothers and Sisters; we want to share with you the graces of this Feast of the Seven Great Archangels. We are not yet giving you the article that Jesus announced.  It is up to Him to decide when and how to speak. However, in this time of the crisis of humanity, we want to indicate the path that leads humanity out of it.

For those who choose God, the crisis appears as an opportunity to grow. All of us recognise the crisis of humanity on several levels. But where does the crisis of humanity come from now? There are many psychological, anthropological, financial, political analyses, carried out on a human level, but no one can see the real cause. The real cause of the crisis of humanity is the presence of Jesus Christ on Earth in the Holy Spirit, which urges all the people to make a choice: they may want Jesus Christ, who has brought salvation and wants to take us to the final salvation, or Lucifer, and consequently their egoism. Continue reading

“Celebrating the Eucharist”

By Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić

(Translated audio)

13 June 2020

Tomislav Vlašić: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; we wish you a happy Feast of Corpus Christi. We have sent you this message[1] to prepare you for this solemnity. I will begin with the messages given by two Apostles: John, who was very close to Jesus and to His Mother, explains to us what he experienced. St. Barnabas, as member of the second generation of Apostles, recounts how they celebrated the Eucharist together with the Apostles of the first generation.

This is the contribution made by the Church of the whole Universe for us on Earth. As we said, the Church of the whole Universe participates in the Eucharist; we celebrate it on Earth because we are allowed to participate in it, experience it, rise again and manifest the power of the Eucharist to all others. These messages enriche us for several reasons: first of all, they explain to us the importance of the offering of ourselves to God, through the Immaculate Mother Mary, to be able to participate in Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection. Continue reading

“Solemn Consecration to the Most Holy Trinity”

By Fr Tomislav Vlašić

29 May 2021

(Translated Audio)

Dearest Brothers and Sisters; in this celebration of the vigil of the Most Holy Trinity we consecrate ourselves solemnly to the Most Holy Trinity[1]. The whole Church of the Universe celebrates with us, and we want to live this moment and deepen the readings of the day that all Christians read today. In addition, we have taken a part of the message of the Father, “The Times to Come”, of 16 January 2021[2], to understand what the passage means in this time.

In the first reading, which is taken from Deuteronomy[3], The writer highlights the calling of the people of Israel. God bent over them.  “Has any god ever tried to take for himself one nation out of another nation, by testings, by signs and wonders, by war, by a mighty hand and an outstretched arm, or by great and awesome deeds, like all the things the Lord your God did for you in Egypt before your very eyes?” This is the reality of every Christian. God has bent over us through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit, giving graces, signs and miracles. Throughout history, He has done this with all His Church. Continue reading

“The Villages of the Spirit”

By Fr Tomislav Vlašić

6 June 2021 – Solemnity of Corpus Christi

(Translated Audio)

Dearest Brothers and Sisters; all of us, who have followed this path, have experienced that we are guided by the Holy Spirit. On this path we have recognized the stages that had been announced to us, especially when God the Father spoke to us. Every time the Father speaks, a subject is closed and another one opened.

Based on this truth, we will speak about the message that the Father has given us for this solemnity: “The Villages of the Spirit”.[1] All of you have experienced how space opens up within you and before you after consecrating yourselves in the way that has been explained to you[2]. In this message, which is centred on the feast of Corpus Christi, we receive further clarity about the identity and the mission of the Church of the whole Universe; we can see the fulfilment of Jesus’ promises, explained in the message of 8 September 2011, “The Future of My People”.[3] We remember that Pope Benedict XVI, when he was a Cardinal, had an intuition, an inspiration when he saw the future Christianity in two forms: on the one hand, many new communities, new groups, living an intense spirituality; on the other hand, a mass of people that belongs to Christian religions. This is about to become reality. Continue reading