Dearest Brothers and Sister,
The liturgical year is about to end and the solar year, too. In the daily rush of life, many of you may have missed the great Event, worked by God, that is taking place within those who believe in Him, in humanity and in the creatures. It is the evangelisation of the Earth in which the Church of Jesus Christ of the whole Universe participates, including the little remnant of the Earth that is part of the Church. In this Event, God has performed a final act for the Earth and the Universe.
If you read and meditate the messages that we have published in the years 2018-2019, you will agree with what we say. We are all called to give a definitive, dynamic, living and responsible response to God for the benefit of all humanity.
In the message of 7 December 2019, Mary Most Holy invited us to offer our lives to Jesus through Her Immaculate Heart on all altars of the Earth, where the Eucharist is celebrated, to attract to the living Jesus Christ all those who participate in the celebrations, wishing sincerely to mystically unite with Him. Through our irreprehensible (immaculate) offering of ourselves, we become able to live the universal communion in the Holy Spirit.
Jesus Christ, winner over Satan and death, sitting on the right hand of the Father, wants to heal, transform, resurrect and take all true children of God and all creatures to the new creation. The Church of Jesus Christ has given her response: she wants to be a living Church, and she will not allow Jesus Christ to be left alone when He offers Himself to the Father on the altars of the Earth.
In the quoted message, Mary Most Holy stated:
“This is a very important action, which will produce a great wave of graces, and a great force will rise from every altar. It will be the force of God and His people. Not only will you who are present and those who belong to the Foundation offer yourselves, but also the whole Church of the Universe will offer herself along with Me on every altar. There will be no more altars where My Son offers Himself alone, but His people will always be around Him. A river of grace will pour over the Earth.”
This offering in the Holy Spirit is universal and reaches out to recuperate the scattered and lost children of God to lead them to the new creation. Mary Most Holy also said:
“Therefore, together with the Church of the Universe, we will also offer ourselves in the pagan temples; there where it seems impossible that Christ could be present, but where His children are, who need to be awakened, elevated, nurtured and cured. In this way, you will help Me disintegrate the kingdom of Satan because the power of the One and Triune God and of the Church of the whole Universe will even rise from pagan temples. The kingdom of Satan will be emptied from within, without clamour or spectacular actions; drop by drop, day by day, the sacrifice of My Son and His people will rise up from the Earth and destroy the kingdom of the enemy.”
The offering of yourselves to Jesus through Mary’s Immaculate Heart will not require you to suffer; on the contrary, it will make you victorious and enable you to live God’s life in fullness, to be blessed and ready to accomplish the will of the Father.
Our response is not based on our human abilities; it is the work of the Holy Spirit. If we consecrate ourselves to Him, the Holy Spirit descends on each of us and on everyone, as He stated in His message of 8 December 2019.
“I am the Sanctifier, the One who renders your life sacred, purifies, elevates and offers it to the Father through the Son and to the Son so that He may offer it to the Father.”
He introduces God’s people into the cosmic Pentecost:
“I keep the image and likeness of God alive in each of you and in the whole people. A people also has its love, intelligence and strength, which spring from the prayers, actions and choices of you all. Day by day, the path of each one consolidates the path of the people. The resurrection of one means the resurrection of all; the transformation of one means the transformation of all.”
It is the Holy Spirit who accomplishes the decisive act in us with our free adherence. Thus, in the message continues like this:
“Today I powerfully descend on you to consecrate you to the action and the work of God. Through you, I descend on Earth to purify it from evil. Through this little remnant and those who are connected to you — who are many more than you would think — in communion with the whole Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe, I bring the work of the Most Holy Trinity to completion. I pass beyond your limits and your insecurities and make of you an accomplished work beyond all your shortcomings. Your ‘Yes’ and your faithfulness are enough for Me: the decision to move forward without fear and without compromises.”
Therefore, it is up to us to give an unconditional response to the action of the Holy Spirit:
“Through you I come to Earth to take back what belongs to Me … I come with power to give back to the Earth the love of the Father, the teachings of Jesus Christ and My will. My will translates into dynamic and powerful action, which unfolds through My people, for God always and only acts through the people.
“Be aware of all this, because I want to make use of you to reach even the last man of good will on Earth. You will be My eyes, My hands and My feet that will incessantly walk this Earth. It does not matter where you are because your spirit has no borders. Once you are immersed in Me, you become men and women without space and time as you enter different dimensions where the enemy can no longer reach you, and where all is filled with harmony, peace and goodness.”
Those who want to live without God or want to belong only formally to Christianity remain dying people.
- Unwilling to see, understand, comprehend and convert in order to be healed.
- Not justified since they refuse to participate in the wedding’s banquet.
- Irresponsible towards the graces and gifts of God.
However, those who wish to enter the new creation and stay with the living God will also become living people and will reign with Him.
“But blessed are your eyes because they see, and your ears because they hear. For truly I tell you, many prophets and righteous people longed to see what you see but did not see it, and to hear what you hear but did not hear it” (Mt 13,16-17 NIVUK).
Jesus shows everyone the path without many interpretations:
“Then he called the crowd to him along with his disciples and said: ‘Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their cross and follow me. For whoever wants to save their life will lose it, but whoever loses their life for me and for the gospel will save it’” (Mk 8,34-35).
We must remain in Him in order not to wither and be burned like the branches of the vine (John 15) and follow Him to become mature. This was true for St. Peter; it is true for each of us and the whole people of God in order to attain “the whole measure of the fullness of Christ” (Eph 4,13).
This is also the path of the whole Christian people that goes through the cosmic events that St. John the Apostle presents to us in the Book of Revelation:
- God corrects the Churches and the path of the Christian people (Rev 2; 3);
- As a reference, he indicates the participation of the people in the Heavenly Liturgy that necessarily must go through the Lamb (Rev 5). Those who participate in the life of the Lamb are signed and protected: “For the Lamb at the centre of the throne will be their shepherd; he will lead them to springs of living water. And God will wipe away every tear from their eyes” (Rev 7,17).
- They sing a new song that no one but them can understand: “These are those who did not defile themselves with women, for they remained virgins. They follow the Lamb wherever he goes. They were purchased from among mankind and offered as firstfruits to God and the Lamb. No lie was found in their mouths; they are blameless” (Rev 14,4-5).
- After the final judgement comes the new creation: “Then I saw ‘a new heaven and a new earth,’ for the first heaven and the first earth had passed away, and there was no longer any sea. I saw the Holy City, the new Jerusalem, coming down out of heaven from God, prepared as a bride beautifully dressed for her husband. And I heard a loud voice from the throne saying, ‘Look! God’s dwelling-place is now among the people, and he will dwell with them. They will be his people, and God himself will be with them and be their God.’ He will wipe every tear from their eyes. There will be no more death or mourning or crying or pain, for the old order of things has passed away” (Rev 21,1-4).
- Only the living and those who live in Him and for Him will be able to enter the city of the Lamb: “Nothing impure will ever enter it, nor will anyone who does what is shameful or deceitful, but only those whose names are written in the Lamb’s book of life” (Rev 21,27).
The only clear pathway is the one that God the Father has shown us:
“Christianity is not a religion; it is the transformation of life. The Christian is the new creature. The sincere offering of yourselves to My Son places you directly in the power of the Trinitarian vortex where you are continuously regenerated.”
St. John the Apostle shows us the same path, inviting us to let ourselves be transformed and to participate in the life of God in order to testify to it.
“This is Christianity: not a religion but the transformation of life, the transition from death to resurrection through the offering of oneself to Christ and the identification with His Spirit. All this introduced you into the life of Most Holy Trinity. This is the destiny of the entire humanity.
The history of salvation clearly teaches us the following:
- After original sin, the humanity of the Earth fell into forgetfulness. God rescued humanity through the righteous and the prophets. In the fullness of time, He sent the Saviour, Jesus Christ:
“The Son is the image of the invisible God, the firstborn over all creation. For in him all things were created: things in heaven and on earth, visible and invisible, whether thrones or powers or rulers or authorities; all things have been created through him and for him. He is before all things, and in him all things hold together. And he is the head of the body, the church; he is the beginning and the firstborn from among the dead, so that in everything he might have the supremacy. For God was pleased to have all his fullness dwell in him, and through him to reconcile to himself all things, whether things on earth or things in heaven, by making peace through his blood, shed on the cross” (Col 1,15-20).
Through the Son, the Father gave us the Holy Spirit. In the name of the Father, Jesus gave the apostles the mandate to guard and continue His work. Jesus said to the apostles:
“‘Peace be with you! As the Father has sent me, I am sending you.’ And with that he breathed on them and said, ‘Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive anyone’s sins, their sins are forgiven; if you do not forgive them, they are not forgiven’” (John 20, 21-23).
- With His absolute prerogatives as Creator, Redeemer and Sanctifier, the One and Triune God has now descended in our midst to bring His work to completion. His has accomplished a definitive turning point for humanity.
- How can we take part in His work? In three ways: 1) through the Immaculate Mother who generates us and offers us to Jesus; 2) by nurturing ourselves with the Eucharist; 3) by offering ourselves through Jesus in the Holy Spirit to the Father for the salvation of all.
- Then, the whole people of God becomes living Eucharist, and thus becomes worthy to enter the sanctuary of the Lamb.
- For the accomplishment of this final turning point, the Holy Spirit asked us to consecrate ourselves to Him every day of the year 2020. Therefore, we propose you the following prayer to the Holy Spirit in order to pray united in the offering of ourselves to the Most Holy Trinity.
Each of us must decide whether we want to be living or dying people, that is, whether we want to participate fully in the life and work of Christ or to be dragged towards emptiness, despair and death. Nothing will remain in between because God will use His Trinitarian power in order to recapitulate the whole Universe in Christ. In the end, the only Sanctuary that will remain will be that of the Lamb with the faithful people who will govern with Him the entire Universe.
Choose the path of life and help the others reach eternal life. This is our wish and our hope for all of you.
Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year 2020
Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić
Consecration to the Holy Spirit
descend on us.
Enlighten our spirit,
fill our souls,
strengthen our bodies.
Guide us on our path,
awaken divine wishes in us,
communicate to us Christ’s thoughts
and transform us into new creatures.
Only in You
do we know and love Jesus Christ.
Through Him and with You
we discover our identity and mission
and elevate ourselves to the Father.
You remind us of Jesus’ teachings,
and You help us to live them fully.
You fill us with Your seven gifts
and make us witnesses of life in Christ.
Through our Immaculate Mother
we offer ourselves to Jesus Christ
to live in You as children of God,
irreproachable and righteous,
united with all brothers and sisters
in the universal communion
to reach the new creation.
Thus, consecrated to You,
we are drawn into the Trinitarian vortex,
and we form the Mystical Body of Christ,
His Church of the Whole Universe,
messenger of salvation
for the whole creation.
Glory be to the Father, the Creator,
and to the Son, the Redeemer.
Glory be to You, Spirit of Love,
who unceasingly consecrate
those who seek the life of God
and make of us all a people of the living.
 See Message of Mary Most Holy of 7 December 2019, “Offering Ourselves with Mary on All Altars of the Earth”.
 See Stefania Caterina, Tomislav Vlašić, 2019, “Rewriting History – Vol. II – The Universe and Its Inhabitants”, pp. 49-50, 62-72, Luci dell’Esodo
 See Matt 6, 25-34
 See Message of the Holy Spirit of 8 December 2019, “I Come to Take Back What Belongs to Me”.
 See Rev 21; 22 NIVUK
 See Matt 13,10-15
 See Matt 22,1-14
 See Luke 19,11-27
 See John 21,15-19
 See, “Riscrivere la storia – Vol I – Nel pensiero di Dio”, 2009, p. 110; S. Caterina “Beyond the Great Barrier”, 2008, pp. 23-39
 See S. Caterina, “Riscrivere la storia – Vol I – Nel pensiero di Dio”, p. 126
 See Rev 21; 22