25 November 2019
By Stefania Caterina and Fr. Tomislav Vlašić
Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sister; we have received Jesus’ message about His Kingship and His intentions regarding the Church of Jesus Christ of the whole Universe. Today we have received the message of Our Lady who also speaks of His Kingship, emphasizing that the Kingdom of God must be within and among us so that the Lord may come to reign and expand His Kingdom.
In this reflection I would like to analyse the messages of Jesus and Holy Mary. What is the foundation of the Kingdom of God which we have decided to realise according to Jesus’ teachings? The foundation is that He gave His live for us at the moment of our conception when we said “yes” to Him. Then the power of His blood, the sign of His Kingship, immediately began to work. His blood liberates us from sin and is the sign that makes us inviolable for Satan, if our response has been “yes”, or, if we want to respond now with our “yes”; then the powerful action of His Kingship and His blood begins, making all our fears disappear.
The other aspect is the Queenship of the Holy Mother. As we know, at the moment of conception God the Father entrusted each one of us, who said “yes” to the Son, and the Son entrusted us to the Immaculate Mother. He explained to us that we are incardinated in the Immaculateness of Mary. So, if today we renew our total “yes”, independently from our “yes” at the moment of conception, we experience the same relationship with Mary as Elisabeth: out spirit begins to vibrate, it awaken and rises. We, too, are liberated through Mary, because in Mary the Saviour presented Himself to the world.
Do not forget that the Blessed Mother Mary said “yes” for each one of us and that Her “yes” stands before our crosses, where She sees Jesus suffer; there She unites with Him, and with Him, as Mother, She renews the Fatherhood of the Heavenly Father and carries us forward. This is the foundation of our faith and our openness.
I ask you to be reasonable according to Jesus Christ, not according to the world. Each of us must discern between good and evil, but as we do that, we also judge! Human discernment becomes judgment and, unfortunately, we have seen this in the Church and sometimes in our parents. This is unreasonable. Jesus is King; He is the just Judge because He loves us through and through; His judgment does not hurt us and His mercy is endless. He forgives up to seven times seven, even a thousand times, to the end; we must immerse ourselves in this reasonableness.
We may notice plenty of such instances within ourselves. When someone offends us, or we think he has offended us, a trace of judgment of the other remains in us; if we have made a mistake or committed a grave sin, the judgment of ourselves remains in us, and this judgment can be deadly. But the Lord wants us to free ourselves from judgment. Let’s begin with God’s Truth and His Love so that each one may receive His Love: “For God did not send his Son into the world to condemn the world, but to save the world through him” (John 3,17). Thus, let us free ourselves from judgments, which not only hurt ourselves but also others. That is very important. People say, “I don’t want to forgive because I’m right.” There is no such thing! Nowadays the kind of justice that the world wants is revenge; otherwise we would not be at the edge of nuclear destruction. All this is the result of the desire for revenge, for domination over the others.
Look into your heart and free yourselves from all judgments both of yourselves and others. You become slaves of those judgments. In this world, for the flesh, judging seems reasonable, but according to Jesus, who said these words on the Cross, it is not reasonable: “Father, forgive them, for they do not know what they are doing” (Luke 23,34).
I hope that you also understand the sign of the Saviour’s blood that came upon you. By His blood your sins are forgiven and you can and must take this forgiveness in, breath it in every time you commit something stupid or wrong out of weakness, etc. Belonging to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Whole Universe means to belong to the living Christ within us. The Easter passage gives two graces: one is our death, and the other is our resurrection.
You know that one cannot rise again without dying before. For us the difficulty is to die to ourselves. To what must we die? To our fears, envies, jealousies, inner imbalances. Everything that is corrupted within us must be silenced; then, the enemy cannot arouse these feelings within us; do you understand? So, whenever your life came to a halt, when life died in you because of problems in the family, in your marriage, in society, at work, in the Church, it happened because you did not die to yourselves, because you acted reasonably in human terms, whereas you acted unreasonably according to Christ.
When we fall into a trap due to our own or someone else’s fault, and then cannot resist the desire to free ourselves, master and solve the problem by ourselves, we will not overcome it. We must entrust ourselves to Christ, die with Christ and accept death; do you understand? If we do not accept this death as grace, we will not rise again. Then, the Kingdom of God cannot enter into us. I hope you understand that.
We are on a planet where injustice rules. Particularly the saints and the apostles experienced it and made many sacrifices. However, they are apostles and saints because they died to themselves like Jesus to be living men and to bring life to others. All of us want to escape death when we suffer or when we have difficulties. Do you notice that within you? We seek solutions often by dreaming, projecting our ideas even on our spiritual life, imagining the future, hiding; however, we have to die there where we find ourselves, where we have been hit. In the Gospel of Luke Jesus ends His life with the words, “Father, into your hands I commit my spirit” (Luke 23,46). When we die after having entrusted ourselves to God, life will rise again. In Jesus’ sepulchre the greatest power of the universe was released, and this power acts in us and elevates us continuously, as we are even transformed in our body.
You have walked a long path and now you should no longer think superficially; wetted with Christ’s blood, you must go down to the roots of your life. The roots of your life reach the depth of the gates of the underworld. There are ties with the souls of hell when people are united with them, as long as Jesus does not cut the relationship. However, as witnesses of life, we have to go down to the gates of hell to bring peace, in the name of Christ, for Christ descends with us to our own underworld, to our subconscious, to all our experiences and sufferings, because the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe, headed by St. Michael, must go down to close the gates of hell. This passage occurs through us, through His Church, through the people among whom He reigns and His Kingdom manifests itself.
In this sense we may understand what St. Paul says in the letter to the Romans, chapter 12,9-16: “Love must be sincere. Hate what is evil; cling to what is good. Be devoted to one another in love. … bless and do not curse.” He describes the explosion of life, of the Kingdom of God, through Jesus Christ who offers Himself. We participate in His offering in all tabernacles, on all altars, by professing that He gave His life at the moment of our conception and believing that Holy Mary has welcomed us as the Immaculate Mother. Therefore, now it is possible for us to come out immaculate because She generates us immaculate. Then, all our actions, thoughts, words, testimonies are the expression of the vibrating life that is in us. This is what St. Paul wanted to say in his letter to the Romans.
I wish and pray that we all put this into practice right now, beginning from our innermost place, awakening even the underworld, so that Lucifer understands that it is over; all those who want to infiltrate shall understand that it is over.
And I want to add: do not wait to be filled with the Kingdom of God; please, do it now. We always expect something to happen before we act. Today the Blessed Mother has visited us as She visited Elisabeth. Thus, today we must die to ourselves and rise again. Tomorrow there will be another step to do, but this day contains all our past and opens us up for the future. We keep escaping from death in many ways, we rationalise each escape and project our ideas onto the others.
Jesus said to Zacchaeus: “Today salvation has come to this house” (Luke 19,9); and to the criminal: “Truly I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise” (Luke 23,43). Let us act and live like that, manifesting the Church of Jesus Christ in the whole universe.
I bless you with the Church of the Whole Universe, along with the saints, the faithful brothers and sisters, all the members of the Central Nucleus, all Archangels, all angels, all the souls in Purgatory, all the righteous of all religions, of Christianity, of all planets; may you be surrounded by the merciful love of Christ and the immaculate love of Mary; in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
 See Message of Mary Most Holy of 25 November 2019, “The Kingdom of God in You and around You”, published on our website.
 Jesus’ wise and merciful way of judging
 For those who want to infiltrate our spirit, the Church, the world, to draw us away from God.