Progressing in Fullness – Part 1 – “The Final Turning Point for Humanity”

Progressing in Fullness

Part 1 – “The Final Turning Point for Humanity”

(Taken from the video conference of 25 February 2012)

Tomislav Vlašić: Good morning! I hope you will be able to watch this video without problems and to clearly understand the content I am going to present. After the video conference Stefania Caterina and I held on February 11 of this year, 2012, we felt that it was necessary to deepen some aspects, especially the six points that St. Michael the Archangel[1] underlines in his message, which we have to follow to be reunited with Christ. All those who desire to follow the path of the recapitulation (of all things) in Christ have to take these points into account.

This is the first part of a series of video conferences that we have entitled, “Progressing in Fullness”. There is a specific reason for this title, which is that each one of us holds the seed of fullness within, and we are all called to reach that fullness, that is, the perfection that will be in eternity. Therefore, our task is to help you understand this path, which is indeed a passage through fullness.

For today’s first video, I have chosen the subtitle, “The Final Turning Point for Humanity”. As we have already said on other occasions,[2] we have gone through the phase of preparation and that of the messages of the past few years, which promised a special and decisive intervention of God; we have reached this year, 2012, in which God has begun to act strongly in the spirit of all men and women.

Stefania Caterina and I have explained to you that, based on our experiences, there are four working instruments in these times. The first and fundamental instrument is the people of God, which has always been used by God. However, in such extraordinary times as ours for all humanity in the universe, God has provided three other special and powerful instruments to strengthen the people of God and lead them to fullness. They are the Angels, who serve God, the Central Nucleus and the humanities faithful to God of the universe.

The Angels, who are pure spirits, contemplate the face of God and reflect on God’s people what they contemplate; they are special instruments of the action of God. As for the Central Nucleus, I do not think it is necessary to repeat what has already been said about it.[3] I would just like to add that the Central Nucleus is a link that connects the pure spirits and the faithful humanities, on the one hand, and all humanity on pilgrimage towards the destination given by God, on the other.

The humanities faithful to God have progressed greatly and rapidly throughout history. First, the men and women of this humanity have grown in spirit in union with the Spirit of God, and then they have developed all other aspects, so much so that their bodies are very similar to the glorious body of Christ.

These instruments act primarily in spirit, but at the end of time, as promised by Jesus through Stefania, God will allow the faithful humanities to meet the humanity of the Earth and all other humanities, too, because the whole universe will have to be reunited. Throughout the universe, there will be one people of God and one shepherd, Jesus Christ.

When we speak about the action in spirit, we may wonder, “What is the spirit”? We often use this expression, but I am not sure if we truly understand it. Stefania Caterina has spoken at length about the Spirit In the book “Rewriting History”[4]. I advise those who want to know more about this subject to read this book. The Spirit of God is the life of God, and we know that He is the Third Person of the Most Holy Trinity; but what is the human spirit? The human spirit is the innermost place in the human being, where the Holy Spirit imprints the spark of life, and where everyone can meet God face to face. This is because the human being is created in the image and likeness of God. In the second chapter of the First Letter to the Corinthians, St. Paul assures all men and women that they can know the mystery of God’s wisdom in their spirit because it is revealed to them by the Spirit of God. The Apostle says, “The Spirit searches all things, even the deep things of God” (1 Cor 2,10). Therefore, the person who receives the Spirit of God is capable of understanding and penetrating all reality with the help of the Spirit of God.

Let us try to understand what happened in human history. In the beginning, God created blameless human beings whose spirit was fully united with God’s Spirit, and there was harmony between spirit, body and soul. After original sin, the first humans detached from God, which caused their spirit to be weakened. For this reason, they were no longer able to live without help, without a relationship with a spirit more powerful than them; thus, they joined the spirit of evil, Lucifer.

After this event, a new phase began. Humanity had to return to God, but the journey would be slow. Science believes that humans went through an evolution; our experiences have confirmed that this is true. Evolution began after the fall of original sin. God has progressively guided all humanity in view of the coming of Jesus Christ.

With the coming of Jesus Christ, every man and woman who accepted the Saviour, received the Spirit of God, and thus again a new phase of human history began. The fullness that the people had received in Christ, enabled them to progress in fullness. The Pentecost that the Church experienced, marked a great turning point for all humanity.

Today we are living again in a new era: God decided to fulfil His promises and lead all humanity back to the union with God’s Spirit. All of humanity and the entire creation must comply with the laws of the Spirit. This is the time in which we are called to walk this path. Therefore, God has given us His instruments so that they may help us. They act with power, and I can affirm it and testify to it. Thus, everyone can take the road to fullness. That is why I entitled this video conference, “The final turning point for humanity”, as Jesus told Stefania that this programme is irreversible and is going towards its complete fulfilment.

Perhaps you are wondering how we can enter into communion with these powerful instruments that God has put at our disposal. To answer this question, let us consider a historical event, reported by the Sacred Scripture in chapter 10 of the Acts of the Apostles. One day, Cornelius, a pagan Roman officer, was praying with his family; he was seeking salvation. Suddenly, he saw an angel who told him to send for a certain Simon, called Peter, who would speak to them about the Saviour of the world. Peter promptly went to Cornelius’ house. After hearing the story of his experience directly from Cornelius, he immediately announced Jesus Christ, the Redeemer of the world. Instantly, the Spirit of God descended upon Cornelius and his family. Thus, before St. Peter, all borders became open for all peoples, and thus he baptised Cornelius and his family.[5]

This episode gives us some elements that I want to underline as they also apply to us now. The first element is that Cornelius was a pagan. This means that this announcement is to be given to all people of good will throughout the universe and not only to those who belong to the Christian religion. We will have some nice surprises, because the Holy Spirit will work in the people of good will, of all classes and all religions. The second element is God’s Angel. God’s Angel needed to come to open the path for Cornelius’ soul. Finally, the third element is St. Peter, the witness who announced the Saviour and the Salvation He worked.

Thus, we ask ourselves: “Where is St. Peter, and how does he continue to work? Based on our experiences, I can tell you that St. Peter and the Apostles, along with all Saints, offer themselves to God and pray for these three special instruments, so that they may be filled with all the holiness of God’s people and may act powerfully in favour of the entire humanity. On the other hand, all those who have been baptised are invited to bear witness to salvation, as did the Apostle Peter. In this context, Stefania presented Baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire in her book, “Beyond the Great Barrier”.[6] This baptism in the Holy Spirit will descend upon all humanity of the universe. As explained, it will not be a baptism like that of Pentecost but a silent baptism. Why silent? Because it requires a response and a path (towards God). People are asked to grow because many graces that have been given for free will disappear. People must give a clear and complete response to God and elevate themselves to Him.

Another question arises: “How can we understand the action of the Holy Spirit within us”? We especially ask ourselves this question in these times because there are so many different and often wrong human interpretations. The Spirit is sometimes regarded as an energy, other times as something that only charismatics can obtain, etc. There is an important aspect in the episode of Cornelius: Cornelius and his family were ready to accept Jesus Christ, and thus the Holy Spirit immediately descended upon them. All the people of good will who accept Jesus Christ will have the same graces, and the powerful instruments will act upon the human spirit.

I will give you some examples: if you have read the book, “Beyond the Great Barrier”[7], you will surely remember the episode in which St. Michael commanded Lucifer to come out of hell, forcing him to obey instantly. Then, St. Michael ordered him to confess his lies in God’s name and to tell the truth as it is in God; from Lucifer’s confession emerged all the sickness of the spirit of evil and, like a mirror, his words reflect the sickness of man. It is interesting to observe the power of St. Michael who, by giving an order to the spirit of evil, forces him to obey and declare the truth. The action of the Archangels and the Angels is precisely this: to help all people of good will who seek God. At the same time, their power causes confusion among those who refuse to accept Jesus Christ and God.

The action of the humanities faithful to God is akin to that of the Angels because these faithful human beings possess a spiritual power that we cannot even imagine. In addition to a powerful spirit, their body allows them to act strongly on matter, and this is very important for the realisation of salvation and God’s programmes. This is because the body of these faithful men and women is capable of acting on matter, and thus they are indispensable for us on Earth and all those in the universe whose body is weak and who also need to be transformed physically. All three instruments work together in communion, fully united with the Holy Spirit, and God works through them.

We said that humanity is called to walk its path to abide by the laws of the Spirit. What are these laws? They are the Laws that are fully contained in the Gospel. Jesus came in the Holy Spirit and worked with the power of the Holy Spirit. If we accept Jesus Christ in the power of the Holy Spirit, we will understand His laws and become better people. The problem is that the Gospel is often regarded as a collection of moral and religious rules, as a beautiful book of wisdom and philosophy, or even worse, as the credo of an ideology. To truly understand the Gospel, however, it is necessary to accept Jesus Christ and the power of the Holy Spirit; only then will we be able to understand Jesus Christ, and together with the Holy Spirit, He will lead us to God the Father.

I want to emphasize that the supreme Law of God is Love. All of us are called to elevate ourselves and live by this law. In this context, it would be very important to read chapter 13 of the first letter to the Corinthians, where St. Paul says that charismas, prophecy and knowledge are destined to disappear: “Only three things will remain, faith, hope and love, and love is the greatest of all” (1 Cor 13,13). These three laws, namely faith, hope and love, rule our lives. One could object: “How can I believe? Believing may seem like a leap into the void”. This is indeed a wrong attitude; to believe does not mean to jump into the void since the Holy Spirit ceaselessly confirms the truth in every believer. In faith and hope, one experiences and understands God’s life, and the space of the spirit becomes wider while love widens our horizons. I am speaking of God’s love, of course.

Therefore, we are called to join and walk in faith, hope and love. These instruments will help us along the way and, as Jesus promised in the messages received by Stefania, His angels will make themselves visible to us, and we will hear them and sense their presence. They will be present and active among us. Jesus also promised that the humanities faithful to God will come to Earth to meet us because there will be one people of God throughout the universe, gathered around the only Shepherd.

We are giving you our testimony because we sincerely want you to commit yourselves to seek God; if you do, God will make Himself present to each one of you. It would be good for you to share what we have told you with those close to you to share your experiences with others. Then, you will be prepared for the next video, in which we will begin to explain the six points St. Michael mentioned[8], as they are the basic rules to follow to be recapitulated in Christ.

We will pray and stand before God for all of you. We bless you so that you may continue to walk this path. Thank you.

[1] See Message of St. Michael the Archangel on September 10, 2010, on the Central Nucleus, published on this site. The six points are: The priesthood of the Archangels; the spiritual motherhood and fatherhood; the new priesthood; the immaculateness; the offering of one’s life through the Most Holy Virgin Mary; the universal communion.

[2] He refers to the video conference of 11 February 2012, see footnote 1

[3] See previous footnote; there is more in the category “The Extraordinary Instruments of God”, on our homepage,

[4] See Stefania Caterina, “Riscrivere la Storia – Vol. I – Nel pensiero di Dio” (in English, “Rewriting History – Vol I – In the Mind of God”), Luci dell’Esodo, 2010. This book is also available in Croatian and Spanish.

[5] See Acts 10,1

[6] See S. Caterina, “Beyond the Great Barrier”, Luci dell’Esodo, 2008, available here:

[7] See Footnote 6

[8] See Message of St. Michael the Archangel of 10 September 2010, “The Central Nucleus”, published on our website in Messages by Year