By Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić
Dearest Brothers and Sisters,
So far we have looked at the story of the faithful brothers and sisters to God in the universe, we have heard how they helped humanity from the beginning, and how they, together with the righteous, prepared the coming of the Saviour. They knew about this event thanks to St. Michael’s announcement; they came to worship the Lord in the form of three Wise Men, but no one knew who they were. They were present at the Passion of the Lord, and then they received the announcement of the resurrection of Christ. After ascending to Heaven, Christ has often visited those brothers and sisters and is truly present among them, whereas here on Earth we can see the Saviour only in symbols, such as the Eucharist. This occurs according to God’s justice.
Today we will have to deal with a very, very important issue: the question is if the faithful brothers and sisters are part of the Church. If we do not understand now that those brothers and sisters are part of the Church and want to be in communion with us to help us get out of this crisis and the trials awaiting the Church of the Earth, then, inevitably, the Church of the Earth will have to face trials and difficult moments because the Lord, the Bridegroom, has decided to purify the Church and turn her into the image of His Bride as she was conceived in His Heart and in the mind of God. So, let us listen carefully to what the Spirit of God, the Trinitarian Spirit, has announced us.
From the book, “The Universe and it Inhabitants”, on page 197.
The faithful humanities and the Church of the Earth
After the visit of Jesus a new phase of the history of the humanities of the high universe began: from that moment on they would have been at the service of Jesus Christ in order to extend throughout the universe the Kingdom of God proclaimed by Jesus. As always, they would have acted together with the hosts of angels headed by St. Michael, the Archangel.
The faithful humanities always act in close collaboration with all angels and particularly with the seven great Archangels. St. Michael has a particular role as head of all angelic hosts: it is he who transmits God’s orders to all brothers and sisters involved in different missions in the universe. The joint action of the angels and the faithful humanities is fast and effective. Each one knows what to do and in which dimension to act: the angels act in the spiritual dimension, the faithful humanities in the material. In the plans of God everything flows in an orderly manner and therefore reaches accomplishment. In the plans of Lucifer, however, all is disordered: no one takes pleasure in what he does and puts obstacles in front of the others; as a result, Lucifer’s plans are never fully realized. They start from confusion and selfishness and achieve nothing.
The faithful humanities would have worked with the Church of the Earth, which was called to evangelize the whole universe, on a special mandate of Jesus Christ. The Lord Jesus knew very well that such an undertaking would not have been possible for the Church of the Earth without the faithful brothers who had always travelled the universe with their powerful space vehicles. Therefore, the first task Jesus entrusted to these humanities was to visit the Church of the Earth to help the Christians in their mission.
Can the faithful humanities to God be considered part of the Church? Yes, to all effects. The fact that the Church was founded on Earth in no way means that it is confined to the Earth. The Church is, indeed, not a human institution operating on a certain territory having specific goals: it is the people of God. As such, it necessarily comprises all those who belong to God for their faith because they are faithful to Him; who could be more faithful than these brothers and sisters? They have never rebelled against God, nor have they overstepped His laws and commandments. They travelled, and still do, the whole universe to help the brothers and sisters of other, weaker humanities to tell them about God and to warn them from evil.
The Church is the work of God and was founded by God; all the children of God who love and serve Him are part of it. Wherever there are faithful people to God in the universe, they are Church of God because everyone was created, redeemed and sanctified by God, the Father, through the Son, in the power of the Holy Spirit. It is not the people but God who decides whether or not someone belongs to the Church of God; He looks into the hearts, knows the thoughts and the paths of each person, and His judgement is just and merciful. Being accepted or excluded from the Church depends on whether or not one decides to welcome the life of God and whether or not one feels part of the universal communion of the whole people of God in the entire universe. Someone steps out of the Church in the moment when he refuses to belong to God, to give himself to Him and to accept the brothers and sisters in the name of God.
Watch out, Christians of the Earth, who think you are part of the Church and yet behave like pagans! You, who judge others maliciously, superficially or by hearsay. You, who consider yourself righteous and claim to obey the Authority of the Church and appeal to her, in your heart you criticise your shepherds and leave them alone. I tell you that there are humans who are better than you in the universe.
Watch out too, shepherds of the Church of the Earth! Too easily and arrogantly you have put to the door saints and prophets: you have excommunicated them exposing them to contempt and derision because they refused to accept compromises with the truth, compromises you know very well, you who are friends of the powerful for your love of power. You have unfairly hidden from the people of Earth the truth about life in the universe, the truth that has been revealed to you from the beginning and that has been reiterated countless times; you have not accepted it and you have not allowed the people to accept it for fear of losing your privileges. In this manner you have shamefully denied salvation to many other peoples in the universe who are still awaiting the announcement of salvation. The patience of God towards you has almost reached the limit! He will not allow your whims much longer.
After preparing themselves for their mission, the faithful brothers and sister to God set off for planet Earth exactly as once their ancestors had done. This time they would not have encountered primitive men who were unable to speak, but men who had been chosen by God to be testimonies of the most extraordinary events of history: the birth of Jesus, His death and resurrection. Privileged persons who had lived with Jesus, Man and God, and had heard Him preach and had witnessed His miracles. They were persons who lived on a planet that was dominated by Lucifer, and who were ready to give their life for their love of God. To the eyes of the faithful brothers and sisters they were noble people.
The faithful humanities regularly meet Jesus and listen to His word; they are fully aware of His divinity and power. Nevertheless, they have profound admiration and esteem for the saints of the Earth who apparently seem weaker than them. Why? Because the saints of the Earth bravely fight a battle against evil to keep and increase their faith; they suffer torments in body and soul to bear witness of their faith in God and in Jesus, the Son of God. They are similar to Jesus since they experience in a particular way the dimension of the “redemptive suffering”. The saints of the Earth have suffered and offered their pain to the Father in union with the sacrifice of Christ in the Holy Spirit, incessantly retracing the Paschal passage of Christ from death to resurrection along the centuries. This is the great testimony of the Church of the Earth to the entire universe, the force that emanates from the Earth especially during the Eucharistic celebration, memorial of the death and resurrection of Christ. When the Holy Mass is celebrated with active participation and offered by the priest and the people, it releases enormous power that pours out into the whole universe. Living your suffering for Christ’s sake, united to His Eucharistic Sacrifice makes you noble in the eyes of the faithful humanities and worthy of great respect. Your full devotion to Christ and your faithfulness to Him, even in the midst of all the difficulties of your planet, are the fundamental task of the Christians of the Earth, which the faithful humanities cannot fulfil since they do not know the dimension of the salvific suffering. In fact, their human life has never been touched by original sin. Their participation to the life of Jesus and His mission is mainly characterized by their dimension of force and power, which connects them to the resurrection of Jesus, whereas your suffering connects you to His Passion. Therefore, your pathway and theirs are complementary to each other until everyone manifests the life of God: at the end of times the humanity who will be judged worthy will enter the new creation where there will be no more suffering. There the children of God will shine like the sun in the Kingdom of God, the Father, (Mt 13:43) and will be filled with grace, force and beauty. For now, suffering still reigns on Earth and on many other planets, but that will not last forever. Those of you who suffer for the love of Christ shall know that they are very close to His Heart; their suffering will not be wasted but shine like a pearl of inestimable value to the eyes of God in favour of every creature. The humanities faithful to God understand all this and are close to the true Christians of the Earth with their love and prayer.
Some faithful brothers and sister to God of different planets were chosen to go to Earth and meet the Church that was doing her first steps, and yet had been invested with great power from above in the day of Pentecost.
This is a very rich text that contains passages of light. I believe that all of you will listen to it again and reflect on these words. I would like to highlight two passages of this reading – the first is: “The Church is the work of God and was founded by God; all the children of God who love and serve Him are part of it. Wherever there are faithful people to God in the universe, they are Church of God because everyone was created, redeemed and sanctified by God, the Father, through the Son, in the power of the Holy Spirit.” And the second is that belonging to the Church is very significant. Unfortunately, the mentality of the Church, that is, a large part of the Christians, consider themselves Christians only because they legally belong to the Church; St. Paul says, “And if anyone does not have the Spirit of Christ, they do not belong to Christ.” In this text the Holy Spirit makes clear that, “Being accepted or excluded from the Church depends on whether or not one decides to welcome the life of God and whether or not one feels part of the universal communion of the whole people of God in the entire universe. Someone steps out of the Church in the moment when he refuses to belong to God, to give himself to Him and to accept the brothers and sisters in the name of God.” Also it says, “Watch out, Christians of the Earth, who think you are part of the Church and yet behave like pagans!” This is important for us. Even the passage in which the Holy Spirit explains our relationship with the faithful humanities to God is important: in a special way they are linked to the resurrection of Christ because they have the force and the power of the Risen Christ and do not suffer evil; we are linked to the Passion of Christ and are called to carry that Cross because we are part of the humanity that committed sin, and we have to bear the consequences. As a result, by participating in the memorial of the passion, death and resurrection of Christ the Church of the Earth emanates a force that nourishes the whole universe. Therefore, as we will see later on, the Christians of the Earth must live devoted to God, offering themselves to God, to Jesus through Mary, in communion with all the brothers and sisters faithful to God and submitted to the angels; this ensures that we will overcome the crisis and be purified so that eventually the whole Church might become the Bride of Christ.
I bless you; may the Holy Spirit who illuminates all hearts illuminate your minds and your hearts; may your memory be awakened to enable you to celebrate the memorial. If the memory of Christ who suffered, was crucified, died and rose again is not awakened in you, you cannot celebrate the memorial in the way it should be celebrated. I bless you so that you might lift to God all the suffering of humanity, all the crosses and all that your soul and body feel so as to live the common priesthood, and to offer continuously, together with the priest-ministers, the Sacrifice of Christ which redeems humanity. I bless you in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.
I would like to add that in these days, in this week, we offer ourselves, as a people, for the conversion of the sinners.
 Rom 8:9