The Last Supper of the Lord

11 June 2020 – Feast of Corpus Christi[1]

Message of St. John the Apostle – The Last Supper of the Lord

“Dearest Brothers and Sisters,

I bless you on this great day for the Church of God spread in the Universe. On Earth, you especially remember the institution of the Eucharist in the Last Supper. The Body and Blood of Christ are venerated in the form of the Host.

However, besides the institution of the Eucharist, which is in itself a huge event, at the Last Supper something equally great occurred: the beginning of the Passion of Jesus. It was then that Jesus offered Himself, even before He did it on the Calvary. He transformed the bread and the wine, which were on the table, into His Body and Blood. He offered them to us Apostles, before we were dispersed and overwhelmed by our human fears. At the Last Supper, Jesus offered Himself and faced Lucifer who was already present in Judas Iscariot. He gave him the permission to do what he intended to do. With the words that you read in the Gospel, “What you are about to do, do quickly” (John 13,27), Jesus gave Lucifer the permission without which the devil could never have acted against God.               

During that distressing Supper, in which Jesus announced that one of us would betray Him, and in which He made us drink His Blood, expressing clearly that it was shed for us and for everyone, we were shaking. We were beginning to understand that what Jesus had announced us about His Passion was about to happen. With the act of washing our feet, the Lord showed us how deep the love of God had sunk to serve man; but, at the same time, He showed us that we also have to serve others as He served us.[2]

That was a terrible night, in which we trembled with amazement and fear about the things that were going to take place; we had not received the Holy Spirit yet and everything filled us with terror. When, in the garden of Gethsemane, we saw the guards coming, we understood that Jesus’ journey as man was about to end. However, in my spirit I felt that something even greater was to begin. In the Last Supper, Jesus asked us to renew, in His memory, the transformation of bread and wine into His Body and Blood, as He had done. By saying this, He gave the power to us and to the priests of all times to do the same, incessantly, until the end of times.

After supper, before we went to the garden of Gethsemane, Jesus told Me to pick up His Mother and remain with Her until He died. I knew that Jesus was going to die, even though I humanly rejected this reality, and that His words would come true. I went to pick up the Mother; that was a moment of deep sorrow for me. Our eyes crossed in a deep silence. We both knew what was taking place. Our Mother suffered as Jesus suffered and I did not know how to comfort Her; I had no human means to comfort Her. It was Her, with Her power, to comfort me. It was always Her to comfort us in every trial.

On that tragic but also great night, Jesus left us His Body and His Blood, which you venerate now in the Eucharist. It is also venerated in Heaven by the Angels and the Saints.

Every time you celebrate the Eucharist, you continue what we, the Apostles, began, and you renew the immense miracle of the transformation of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ. They are the only, true nourishment given to the people of the Earth. You have not completely understood what it means. You do not know how much the children of God are suffering on the planets where Lucifer acts and where there is no Eucharist. By God’s grace, however, the Seven great Archangels, the priests of the Central Nucleus and the new priests fill this great void.

When you elevate the Host and the chalice in your celebrations, you spiritually nourish many brothers and sisters, even those who are on other planets of the low Universe where the Eucharist is not present. Therefore, I ask you to be aware that you perpetuate in time what Jesus performed in the Last Supper and we Apostles continued to do after Him. Every time when we celebrated the Sacrifice of Christ in the first Christian communities, we Apostles revived the same event of the Last Supper, and we felt deep joy and thankfulness towards Christ. We could feel the power of the Resurrection. Each of your celebrations should be not only the participation in the Sacrifice of Christ but also in the power of the Resurrection in favour of many souls.

In every Holy Mass, you offer yourselves to God and anticipate the events, because in Jesus’ Sacrifice all that was, that is and that will be, will be consumed. All evil is consumed and the devil’s force is removed. That is why, Lucifer hates the Eucharist and has always tried, by all means, to profane it. He knows the power of this Sacrament and the power of the participation of the people in the Eucharistic Sacrifice. Your participation is the only possibility you have to defeat Evil. Without the help of Jesus who physically enters in you, through the Eucharist, you would not have the possibility to cross that horrible, arid desert, full of snakes and scorpions, which is life on Earth. What help would you receive without the Eucharist?

Without the true participation of the priest and the people in the Sacrifice of Christ, the Eucharist cannot fully unfold its effects, as it happens with Baptism, when the offering of one’s life to God is missing. This applies to all Sacraments. The participation to the Holy Mass is important, but it is equally important to receive the Eucharist within you. Participation alone does not give you the same power that comes from receiving the living Christ in you.

Do you understand the meaning of receiving Christ in you with the Trinitarian power and the primary energy of the Universe, which He carries within Himself? Since the people approach the Eucharist coldly, absently and hastily, they cannot access this power. It is as if there was a veil, like the one in the temple of Jerusalem, which prevented the people from seeing the Holy of Holies. All this is partly caused by the priests, who do not celebrate the Holy Mass as they should because they do not offer themselves to God, and partly by the people who behave in the same way.

You, however, are asked to thoroughly understand what it means to participate in the Holy Mass and to receive the Eucharist. It is not a rite, a formality, or even a precept: it is your life, the nourishment that God gives you, “real food and real drink”, as Jesus said.[3]

You must become a living Eucharist, otherwise your mission will fail. If you are not this on Earth, what are you then? Talkers, preachers, fanatics or members of a religious confession? What are you?

In many churches, convents and monasteries the Eucharist is mainly profaned by the coldness of the people who participate in the celebrations. This is something very serious. Many religious people are simply becoming members of a Congregation, doing more for the Congregation than they do for the Lord. This must not happen to you. The Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe is important; it is a fundamental instrument, but it is an instrument. First comes God and then His instrument. Do not make the mistake of placing the Church above God.

I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”

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After the words of St. John, St. Barnabas, whose feast is celebrated today, also wanted to add his testimony.

Message of St. Barnabas the Apostle

“I would like to add my experience to what has been said. I did not participate in the Last Supper, nor did St. Paul with whom I worked for a long time. Nevertheless, at the Eucharistic celebrations of our first Christian communities our faith and that of the people made the Sacrifice of Christ actual. We had the same feelings that the Apostles had had at the Last Supper: the anguish caused by human betrayal; the suffering of Jesus on the Cross; the power of the Resurrection. This must also take place within you. You, too, have the possibility to feel, in every celebration, the power of the first celebration of Christ at the Last Supper.

The Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe should perpetuate that power, and not repeat at rite. It should make the living presence of Christ felt, for it is Him who acts in each Holy Mass, renewing the immense miracle of the transformation of bread and wine into His Body and Blood.

This is the task of the Church, beyond all charity work. The foundation of all action of the Church consists in making the great miracle of the Transubstantiation actual in every Holy Mass.[4] This powerful miracle nourishes not only the Earth but also the whole Universe, for not a single drop of Christ’s Blood shed on your altars is lost.

When you gather to celebrate the Holy Mass, imagine being in the Cenacle where Jesus celebrated His Last Supper and feel just as we felt: Apostles of the second generation. This is what we experienced, also through the experiences of John, Peter and the other Apostles, who were able to transmit to all of us the love for the living Christ. I ask you to do the same, in the name of many unfortunate who do not have the grace that you have to celebrate the Holy Mass every day. Your responsibility is great but your joy must also be great.

In every Holy Mass, feel the suffering of Christ on the Cross, which renews itself in every celebration, and the betrayal, which was not only that of Judas Iscariot but of a large part of humanity. However, do not allow the suffering of the Cross to be greater than the joy of the Resurrection. The Sacrifice of the Cross completes itself with the power of the Resurrection, otherwise it remains pathological suffering.

The Blood of Christ was shed for the forgiveness of all sins, not only for original sin. Jesus paid for the sins of the progenitors and re-established the relationship between God and humanity, but He also shed His Blood for your personal sins. He loved each of you personally and gave His life for each one and for all. Be sure that the Blood Jesus shed on the Cross and on each altar cancels all your sins. This helps you understand what the Resurrection is: the victory over death and sin, which causes death. Therefore, I told you that the force of the Resurrection of Christ must always be present as the complement of the Sacrifice of the Cross. The Cross must not prevail over the Resurrection or vice versa, but there must be a balance between them. When Jesus enters in you with His Body and Blood, you should feel immersed in a regenerating bath and perceive the power of the Trinitarian action in you. Do not forget that not only Jesus enters in you through the Eucharist but also the whole Most Blessed Trinity.

Also, remember that Mary Most Holy is the example and the instrument for the Church because no human being has ever participated, nor will ever participate, like Her in the Sacrifice of the Son of God. The Holy Mother can communicate to you the true participation in the Eucharistic Sacrifice. By learning from Her and with Her, you will also participate in the Sacrifice and the Resurrection of Christ.

I bless you in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.”

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At the end of our conversation with St. John and St. Barnabas, we asked the Mother of God to give us Her  blessing.

Blessing of Mary Most Holy

“I am always with you. My task as Mother, Queen and Coredemptrix is to help you experience the victory of the Jesus’ Resurrection in all your trials and sufferings. I bless you, together with the whole Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe, in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.”

[1] Although in Italy the solemnity of Corpus Domini is celebrated on Sunday, we have decided to celebrate it also on this day (11 June 2020), as happens in many countries that celebrate it on Thursday after the Feast of the Holy Trinity, in memory of Holy Thursday.

[2] John 13

[3] See John 6,55: “For my flesh is real food and my blood is real drink. Whoever eats my flesh and drinks my blood remains in me, and I in them.”

[4] The transubstantiation indicates the real presence of Christ in the Eucharistic sacrament through the transformation of the substance of bread and wine into the Body and Blood of Christ after the priest has blessed them during the Mass.

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