Towards the New Creation

by Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić

“How to draw on the Trinitarian Power”


By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters, happy Sunday to all of you. This is the third Sunday of Easter and we continue our path with the Risen Christ who leads us to the elevation of Pentecost, to His ascension to the Father. This is the framework of our path within which we may understand the Holy Scriptures of today’s Holy Mass.[1]

The last time we spoke about the participation in the Trinitarian power. Today the title is “How to draw on the Trinitarian power”. Everyone wants to participate in it, even satanist, esoteric people, etc., all those who practice certain exercises without drawing on the Trinitarian power.

Today we have read the readings which are often referred to. They are presented like perfect catechism, but we are not called to participate in some catechism but in the event of the resurrection. When we read the event the apostles experienced, we are able to participate in it. If we do not participate in the event of the resurrection of Christ, we will have no benefit from catechism. Only through the vital, inner participation in the resurrection of Christ will we lead others to encounter the Risen Christ. Continue reading

“Let Us Seek the Trinitarian Power”

27 April 2019 – Sunday of Divine Mercy

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; the topic of today’s reflection is “Let Us Seek the Trinitarian Power”. I hope that you all enjoyed the days of the testimony of the apostles, of the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and that the truth and the grace of the resurrection of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, dwells in you so that, through our participation, all of us also are resurrected.

This Sunday we celebrate three important themes: the feast of the merciful Love of Christ, which we all love and hope to receive through Christ’s mercy. We will try to explain how to receive it. The second theme is the journey through the historical readings,[1] that is, the events of the early Church, and finally the cosmic dimension, explained in the Revelations of the apostle St. John and in Jesus’ message of 20 April 2019,[2] Easter Vigil, which we will share with you later but also read out loud now for those who can only listen to it.

Christ’s Resurrection is far more than a historical truth. It affected the whole universe and entered the Trinitarian Vortex. As salvific, primary energy it started a dynamic process which will last until the end of times, until the people of God enter the new creation. Jesus speaks about this in his last message. Continue reading

The Power of the Trinitarian Vortex

Easter Vigil – Message of Jesus

20 April 2019

 “Dearest Children,

I bless you with the power of My Resurrection which is neither a fairytale for children, nor a beautiful image, but an incontestable reality, vibrating in the whole universe. Through My Resurrection I not only completed the work of redemption but also bestowed the Trinitarian vortex with the power that renders it invincible. My Resurrection is, in fact, the clear victory over death which rules in the satanic vortex. Death can do nothing against the power of My Resurrection.

Children, you have come with Me to this time and you have gone through many trials. Now the time begins in which the power of the resurrection must manifest itself through you. It will appear through My people so that all I have accomplished will continue to be revealed to the world through them. My work of redemption is not finished yet but will continue until the end of times through My people in the whole universe. Continue reading

Happy Easter

Dearest Friends,

The Triduum that awaits us is the greatest mystery of our life; it is a mystery of love that wants to reveal itself to every man of good will who opens his heart and seeks the truth.

Let us enter into this time with a contemplative attitude, and let us be led by the Holy Spirit to worship the Love of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit who created, redeemed and sanctified us through Love.

Happy Easter

“The new path is already open”

6 April 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters, I wish you all a good Sunday.

The last time we have developed the topic of conversion, the path of vital joy. We hope that all of you have participated in this joy and that an increasing desire for joy has awakened in you, increasing your strength and resilience in life.

Today we will deepen the topic, “The new path is already open”. This is, in fact, the topic of today’s liturgy. In the first reading the prophet Isaiah[1] reminds the Israelites of their liberation from Egyptian slavery, the crossing of the Red Sea and the journey to the Promised Land. Later, when they found themselves in Babylonian slavery the prophet announced that God would reopen the path, a new path. God said that He made everything new, and the path opened up for the people of Israel. A small remnant returned to their land. This stands for all times of slavery that we have caused through our rebellion, our sins, while God has always endeavoured to reopen the path for us.

The Gospel[2] lets us understand that the path of our spirit is definitively open. St. John reports the episode of the woman found in the act of adultery. They wanted to lapidate her and tried to provoke Jesus so that they could lapidate Him. But Jesus remained silent and started to write on the ground, as we have heard. When they kept questioning Him, he answered: “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” Then everyone went away. “Has no one condemned you?“ Jesus asked. “No one, sir,” she said. “Then neither do I condemn you. Go now and leave your life of sin.”

It is very important that the reopening of the path happens through the heart and the spirit of man, through the Holy Spirit given to us by Jesus Christ. Thanks to His Passion and Death our inner path will open up, but we must participate in His life. How shall we participate? Jesus did not abandon Mary Magdalene; He went ahead to open the path, and because she followed Him she arrived first at the sepulchre and saw the Risen Christ. Continue reading

“Lord, I seek your face”

16 March 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić


Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; we have already begun Lent with the first Sunday in which we have reflected on the aspect that we expect trials to happen for our growth, our mission and our elevation because trials help our elevation.

The topic of today’s reflection is “We seek your face, Lord”. Right at the beginning I want to underline that we cannot seek the face of the Lord when we are still and motionless. To seek the Lord, to seek His face, means to walk our path, be committed, take responsibility and participate in the elevation that the Lord brings about as He attracts us with His face.

In the Liturgy of the second Sunday of Lent[1] we can see how the face of the Lord manifested itself in the history of salvation: God is God; His face has always been bent over us, but the fallen humanity that moved away from Him has not perceived His face. In the first reading we are told Abraham’s experience of faith; he welcomes the presence of God and His face, and in the alliance with him God leaves a sign for his faith. Continue reading

Let us enter Lent with Jesus

9 March 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav:  Dearest Brothers and Sisters; this is the first Sunday of Lent and my topic is “Let us enter Lent with Jesus”.

What I want to explain is the attitude we have to take, an attitude that is particularly necessary in this time in which, as we know, the False Prophet and the Antichrist are acting powerfully. Now is the time to make the final choice between Jesus Christ and Lucifer. I speak to you in the belief that you have decided to participate actively in the evangelisation of the Earth with the Church of the Universe, being conscious that we must prepare the way for the manifestation of the glorious Christ and the way towards the new creation.

The Gospel of the first Sunday[1] explains that Jesus was tested after Baptism and His choice to accomplish the will of the Father, but it is very important to see what St. Luke said in his Gospel: “Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, left the Jordan and was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil.” Jesus was full of the Holy Spirit and guided by the Holy Spirit, and at the beginning of His mission, as God-Man, as man he had to walk the path of trials, making His power grow until defeating death and sin, rise to Heaven, send the Holy Spirit upon us and now recapitulate all those who desire to belong to Him to manifest the fullness of life in God. Continue reading