25 January 2020
By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić
Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; I welcome you and I bless you. I would like to remind of our consecration to the Most Holy Trinity last Sunday. We have put ourselves to the disposal of the Trinitarian power which acts in us and through us in all sanctuaries, Eucharistic celebrations, even the pagan sanctuaries so that the Trinitarian power may reach every soul of good will. Naturally, it shall also touch all antichrists, false prophets and Satanists to eliminate them from the Earth and the whole Universe. Let us go over to Sunday with awareness and begin with the readings of the third Sunday, cycle A. These readings show us what we have to do.
We hear the Gospel say: “When Jesus heard that John had been put in prison, he withdrew to Galilee. Leaving Nazareth, he went and lived in Capernaum, which was by the lake in the area of Zebulun and Naphtali—to fulfil what was said through the prophet Isaiah: Land of Zebulun and land of Naphtali, the Way of the Sea, beyond the Jordan, Galilee of the Gentiles— the people living in darkness have seen a great light; on those living in the land of the shadow of death a light has dawned.”
Jesus withdrew and left the land immersed in darkness. He brought light; He enlightened the people and called them to conversion, and they followed Him. Among the people He also chose some who became His apostles, and this is the step we are taking today. We must look into our heart and see the light we have been given, and then give that light to the people, to all those who are of good will; thus, they are enlightened by God and, through the light of the Father, have the power to drive the demons away. In His last message the Father said: “The Earth is pagan; paganism exists on Earth”. He calls us to be healed, to rise again, first of all in spirit. For us “rise again” also means to go towards the new creation where everything will be recuperated; this is our mission.
In the the solemn celebration of our consecration to the Most Holy Trinity, which is both a point of arrival and of departure for us, we have experienced wonderful things, and I believe that you and the whole Earth are also enclosed by the power of the Most Holy Trinity. The event of the manifestation of the face of the Father has exposed some aspects that are present in the world and in the Church, e.g., the fact that the Church is divided and has actually been divided since the time of the first disciples. Is this an invention of the Heavenly Father or are you also able to see it? He actually said: “The Church was fragmented from the beginning”. The power of the first Pentecost is thus not there.
I will ask you two questions: Are all believers in your parishes, there where you meet, one heart and one soul in Jesus Christ? Answer, please. (Audience) “No.” Is the Vatican one heart and one soul like the twelve apostles were at the first Pentecost? (Audience) “No.“ No. So, God the Father has appeared and manifested His face. He does not judge anyone; He enlightens everyone through Jesus Christ, through the Holy Spirit. He calls us, He invites us; however, He leaves man free to decide if he wants to reach Him or get lost.
Normally, no one wants to touch this subject, but remember that during the preparations for the year 2000 the Church spoke her “Mea culpa” for the whole history, but that was not enough. The attitude needs to be changed; life needs to be changed. God wants the Church to welcome the Trinitarian life, to receive the Holy Spirit that bestows all the gifts Jesus has explained, leading us to truth and to know the Father through Jesus Christ.
The second aspect that emerged in the message of the Father is that the Pope, who represents the Christians, performed an act of idolatry at the beginning of last October (2019). What happens when a Pope does an act of idolatry so publicly? It happened that the division within the Church became even deeper. I don’t think that this is our idea; the divisions clearly emerged from all newspapers and media that reported about it. Let us listen to what St. Paul says today in his first letter to the Corinthians:
“I appeal to you, brothers and sisters, in the name of our Lord Jesus Christ, that all of you agree with one another in what you say and that there be no divisions among you, but that you be perfectly united in mind and thought. My brothers and sisters, some from Chloe’s household have informed me that there are quarrels among you. What I mean is this: One of you says, ‘I follow Paul’; another, ‘I follow Apollos’; another, ‘I follow Cephas’; still another, ‘I follow Christ.’ Is Christ divided? Was Paul crucified for you? Were you baptized in the name of Paul? For Christ did not send me to baptise, but to preach the gospel—not with wisdom and eloquence, lest the cross of Christ be emptied of its power.”
Neither Pope Francis nor St. Paul counts but only Christ.
These are the words of the eternal God. The true Church is the Church that belongs to the Triune God. God confirms that: “From now on, the true Church will be separated from the false one, and it will grow. It will manifest My power and My glory. Know that there is only one Church, founded on My Son Jesus Christ on Earth and present in the whole Universe. It recognises the Most Holy Trinity and Mary as Queen, Mother and Co-Redemptrix of humanity. She welcomes and lives the communion with all brothers and sisters of the Universe; she carries out Her mission everywhere to bring salvation to the living and the deceased. There is no other Church and there will be no other.”
This is the enlightenment that comes from the authority of God the Father from whom all has come forth and to whom all will return. Now, as a people we have to recognise this truth and ask to be enlightened inwardly so that we may begin our mission with clarity.
In all these years, every time the new people were challenged, I was generally the one who was attacked because I left the structure. Yes, I left the structure because Jesus Christ opened up His project before me and asked me to realise it. I also had to withdraw, as Jesus did, in order not to be conditioned by certain influences. That was not easy for me, nor was it easy for Stefania, but we are very, very thankful to the Lord for having made us take this step. We have not done any proselytism; the people came themselves to ask what we were living and to seek advice; thus, the people found the path of this Church, the only Church from the beginning, which will reach the fullness in the glorious manifestation of the Lord.
These days we have been accused of being heretics and schismatic. I will ask you a question to help you understand. First consider this: There is a people walking a path, wanting to offer their life unconditionally to Jesus Christ through the Immaculate Mother to receive Her help in overcoming limits and faults and be led by Her to Christ, who pays our dept, so that we unite with Him and He may send us the Holy Spirit. We are consecrated to Mary Most Holy, to Jesus Christ and to the Holy Spirit. We have consecrated this year to the Holy Spirit, wishing to see the face of the Father who enlightens everything.
Can we be heretics? No! No, because we have known God the Father who loves us and wants to have us near Him. We have known His perfect love in Jesus Christ who has drawn us to Him, who wants us to be with Him, to offer our lives where the Eucharist is celebrated, to offer ourselves for all His children, men and women of good will, in order to snatch them from evil. We cannot be heretics because we do not rely on our strength but on the strength of God. We have offered our lives to God and have experienced it.
When Stefania and I began our journey in this direction, Jesus put us directly under His authority. What does this mean? It means that we were no longer conditioned by human structures, by our weaknesses, our fragility or anything else in order to be at the disposal of the Central Nucleus. At what point is the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe now? At the point where it is marching fast towards the authority of Jesus Christ to be submitted to Him who will come in glory. With this attitude we are in communion with the whole Church of the Universe, with the angels, the saints, the faithful brothers and sisters of the universe and the brothers and sisters in Purgatory. God’s pours His goodness on us and we pour it upon others.
Do you understand that this is the cosmic Pentecost? (Audience) “Yes.” It is important to know this. It is important to keep away from religious confusion and from all that prevents us from being children of God. We can only be children of God if we are free, clean and transformed in Jesus Christ; if we participate fully in His death and His resurrection to take part in His ascension to enter the new creation.
The crucial point of these tensions in the Church regarding us, that is, whether we are heretics or schismatic, is this: the weak point of all men on Earth is the difficulty in seeing the face of the Father, in seeing their reflection in the goodness of the Father. When we love Him all our sins dissolve. The Father does not condemn our limits or our weaknesses. He wants to recuperate us and free us from the need to justify ourselves and from condemning others. If we unite with Him through Jesus Christ in the Holy Spirit, we become able to love everyone; then we can follow Jesus everywhere He goes. He goes towards every soul of good will; He wants to recuperate the whole Earth and introduce it in the new Heaven and the new Earth.
However, this is a demanding task for this time. First of all, it is difficult to see one’s reflection in the face of the Father. In certain passages of the Gospel when Jesus calls the apostles, He sounds hard, but no: He accepts no compromises. Before the truth no compromises can be made. Before the face of the Father no compromises can be made. Those who want to hide from the face of the Father through human interpretation shall be careful.
I return to what concerns us. As I was meditating these days, I observed the people who belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of the whole Universe and I noticed that many have truly given their body and blood to Jesus; they have offered everything to Him. I observed our community: regardless of our limits, weaknesses and mistakes we love each other, we also improve, encourage and see ourselves in each other, and that is the path. If only the whole Church were a reflection of the face of the Father; if only all of humanity reflected the face of the Father, humanity would change very quickly.
In the Church of the Earth obedience to God is often seen as obedience to the Pope, the bishop. Jesus gives us an example. He said to Simon Peter: “Away from me, Satan”, when Peter began to give his own interpretation of the will of God. Therefore, the Church of Jesus Christ must reflect the Triune God; the true Church must allow the Trinitarian power to be present in it, and this Church will have the power to change the Earth and the Universe. Does that seem right to you? (Audience) “Yes.” Jesus Christ came to reveal the face of the Father; in chapter 17 John says: “Now this is eternal life: that they know you, the only true God, and Jesus Christ, whom you have sent” (John 17,3).
If the priest (the bishop, the Pope) does not pave the way for the people, and his work is not totally focused on this purpose, how can he bring the light to the world? This is the question. Therefore, we have to move towards the Most Holy Trinity without discussion. Times are running very fast. We must take this direction.
Every Saturday on the vigil of the pre-festive mass, together with all priests, I will offer all of you to God; I will consecrate you and I trust that you will follow Jesus wherever He goes in spirit in order to fulfil your mission. We will accompany you with our words but you also have to set off. This is the time of the awakening of the Church. I hope that the whole Church, all those who call themselves Christians, will open up to the words of God the Father, as then the whole Earth will soon be transfigured and changed. Without this path there is no salvation for the Earth. Let’s keep going!
I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
 First Reading: Isaiah 8,23-9,3; Second Reading: 1Cor 1,10-13,17; Gospel of Matthew 4,12-23
 See previous footnote
 If they could do that and felt loved by God, all these tensions would not exist, because people would recognise the love of God in what we live as a people, and thus would not condemn us and call us schismatic. They would understand that the basis of our behaviour is our love for God. (Translator’s note)