“Celebrating the Eucharist”

By Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić

(Translated audio)

13 June 2020

Tomislav Vlašić: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; we wish you a happy Feast of Corpus Christi. We have sent you this message[1] to prepare you for this solemnity. I will begin with the messages given by two Apostles: John, who was very close to Jesus and to His Mother, explains to us what he experienced. St. Barnabas, as member of the second generation of Apostles, recounts how they celebrated the Eucharist together with the Apostles of the first generation.

This is the contribution made by the Church of the whole Universe for us on Earth. As we said, the Church of the whole Universe participates in the Eucharist; we celebrate it on Earth because we are allowed to participate in it, experience it, rise again and manifest the power of the Eucharist to all others. These messages enriche us for several reasons: first of all, they explain to us the importance of the offering of ourselves to God, through the Immaculate Mother Mary, to be able to participate in Jesus’ Passion and Resurrection.

The second point needs some deepening. The Trinitarian action that goes through Jesus Christ is the Passover of Jesus Christ, as the Church has defined it over the millennia: the sacrament is the source and the culmination, and we reach it through the celebration. We must understand what happens in our microcosmos and in the whole Universe through our participation in the Eucharist because the Trinitarian action, present in Jesus Christ, acts in us, and our transformation into new creatures takes place through Him. The path towards the new creation goes through the deified nature. At the same time, everything has an impact on the whole Universe. The Church, which participates in this sacrifice in the whole Universe, holds the primary energy and gives it to us; then, through us, it acts to annull and destroy the disintegrating energy. You see that this touches many aspects and enables us to understand, deepen and put into practice what we have progressively received.

I would like to begin with the words of St. John: “At the Last Supper, Jesus offered Himself and faced Lucifer who was already present in Judas Iscariot.”

When Jesus sacrificed Himself for us in the name of the Father, He faced the traitor. How do we feel about this? St. John said: “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, is consumed.”

Therefore, our sincere self-offering, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, goes back to our past, to the moment when we said “yes” to God. If our “yes” was sincere, it activates the dynamics of what happened in us from the moment of original sin, from the moment of our conception, when we said “yes”, and inserts the action of the Most Holy Trinity into us so that we are reborn as new, healed, risen creatures.

We, who have incarnated on Earth – I hope that at the moment of conception all of us said to the Lord, “Yes, I’m going to the Earth” – have been attacked, but we have also been protected by the Most Holy Trinity, particularly by Mary Most Holy and by the Church that has remained faithful to Jesus Christ. At the same time, we have touched sin, and sin has touched us.

How have we responded in the course of our life? This is the time when we can heal and take the right attitude. What is the right attitude? To be willing to renew our “yes”, pure and complete, without accusing ourselves or others for mistakes, offences, wrongdoings. We have to go through all this and carry our cross, a part of the Cross. In that way, we have been verified through our growth; at the same time, Jesus Christ has worked through us to recuperate others. If we give a full, sincere and righteous response to God, through Immaculate Mary, then the Holy Spirit comes down to touch all the wounds of the past; it is the anointment of the Holy Spirit that comes down on us. Certain personal limits remain, but through the anointment we will understand the meaning, the value and the joy of God’s work through us.

This relates to the past, but past events repeat themselves because all of us go down to the Hades with Christ. At the end of times, the whole universal Church will go down there with St. Michael to close Hell forever. We go down to the roots to heal and purify them, that is, Christ purifies and redeems them through us, and thus He widens the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe. In this sense, our self-offering is always connected to the baptism of the souls[2] that are ready to join the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe.

Our “yes” now sets our present in motion. If we say “yes”, not only with words but also with our heart, in spirit, with the help of our Mother, the Co-Redemptrix and the whole Church, today our life begins to flourish; it rises up and communicates the resurrection to the Universe, and then the events begin. The events begin, time becomes shorter, the satanic forces and the disintegrating energy weaken, and thus an ever cleaner energy will flow; it will be immaculate and healing, and it will spread over the whole Universe.

I want to connect again our self-offering with the Last Supper;  we offer ourselves before the Mass so that the Lord may operate in us and make us participants in the Eucharist. St. Barnabas said that they, the Apostles of the second generation and the Christians, experienced the Eucharist as if they were in the Cenacle; they experienced the suffering and, of course, the fear of suffering, and they experienced the Resurrection. There is a subtle step between our self-offering and our capacity to face the trials that God permits to carry a part of the Cross, a salvific Cross, which God can entrust to us.

If we are closed in our troubles, closed in on ourselves, closed in our bleeding wounds, which emit the smell of death, we cannot communicate the Resurrection of Christ because we do not overcome that negative, disintegrating energy that strikes us. That is because in all of us, the Passover of the Lord is consumed and the whole Church must consume it, or rather, Christ in the whole Church, which wants to elevate herself to the new creation and is ready to elevate all those who are of good will but are passive, not evangelised, not nurtured. In proportion to our response, to our self-offering, the Lord gives us the grace to participate in His Passion and His Resurrection, which go hand in hand. If we do not accomplish this process, there will be no transformation of our life, nor will others feel any transformation in us.

At the beginning of our community, the place in the Gospel has been explained to us where Judas kissed Jesus and betrayed Him. The kiss has been interpreted as a normal kiss, as any other kiss, but that is not true. If a person hates you, has harmed you and keeps offending you, how will a hug or kiss from this person affect you? At the beginning of our community, Our Lady explained to us that in Judas’ kiss Jesus felt the betrayal of the whole of humanity, the offence made to God the Father. Jesus allowed Judas to betray Him because He wanted to cancel the offence to the Father and give all the children of God the chance to liberate themselves from the sin of betrayal. What we can do is participate in His work; God lets us participate in it in Christ, as Our Lady explained to us in one of Her messages where She said that we can turn the suffering of our life into salvific suffering, but God wants to entrust us with a part of the Cross for the redemption of all.[3]

As a result, the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe increasingly enters the dynamics of the living, permanent Eucharist so that the whole Church, as Christ’s Spouse, may reach the wedding of the Lamb[4], in the new creation to govern the whole Universe with the Laws of the pure Spirit.

Therefore, it is very important that we are able to walk our spiritual path and that the events which emerge from our depth – everyone’s life story and the history of humanity emerge; everything we see, touch and hear from the news increases the sensibility of our soul – may enables us to welcome, elevate and present to God all those who want to be elevated. What we experience is a process, of which we cannot say,  “Today we finish it”. We will grow as Abraham grew, who, in the end, gave everything to God, believing against all hope, and then he was filled with fullness.

These days we have read the cycle about the prophet Elijah.[5] You have certainly noticed that he was a terrible prophet, who did signs and wonders; however, his characteristic was that he stood before the Lord and was His disposal. This is the fundamental point, even though what he did was not perfect: he exterminated 300 prophets of Baal, caused a massacre, etc. What I want to say is that this terrible prophet became depressed and fearful and no longer wanted to serve God. As you know, an angel was watching over him and gave him bread and water, but afterwards he fell again into a sad sleep. The angel touched him again. Elijah felt dead; he was running away; he wanted to take refuge in the past. He wanted the alliance with God to be renewed in the way it happened with the Hebrews on Mount Sinai, with those terrible signs, but when he got there, he saw nothing of all that; however, he heard the murmur of the wind in which God was present, and God asked him: “What are you doing here, Elijah?”

This is the fundamental point for us: “Why are you here? Why do you participate in the Eucharist? Why are you doing here?” Elijah replied: “I have been very zealous for the Lord God Almighty. The Israelites have rejected your covenant, torn down your altars, and put your prophets to death with the sword. I am the only one left, and now they are trying to kill me too.” [6] And in silence God told him to do this and this and this.

What is important? Elijah welcomed the pure grace of God. He felt dead inside and was depressed, but he accepted the pure grace in which God is God. Thus, before every Eucharistic celebration, we have to ask ourselves with the same awareness: “Why do I participate in the Eucharist?” What does it mean to belong to the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe today? What graces are given to me, to my life, to my neighbour, to the humanity of the Earth and the Universe? Grace is clean energy that quenches the thirst, nurtures and transforms us and with which God wants to make us living Eucharist.

I remember that I encountered many deaf ears or wrong interpretations when, in the past, I preached, explained and called the priests to offer their life to God to be living Eucharist. Now, we are at a point where we cannot carry on explaining anymore. Those who belong to the Church of Jesus Christ are called to participate, and those who carry out a service in the Church of Jesus Christ have to administer grace to those who want to accept it and want to participate in the Eucharist. Remember that the Eucharistic celebration is the source and the culmination as all the sacraments are. The sacraments cover all aspects of our life.

Therefore, living the Eucharist, feeling the Trinitarian action in us, allowing the Most Holy Trinity to awaken past, present and future events within us, amplifies and deepens our evangelisation of the Earth, and this is the only way to recognise the Trinitarian power, which encloses and wants to enclose the whole Earth and the Universe.

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

[1] See Message of St. John the Apostle and St. Barnabas the Apostle of 11 June 2020, “The Last Supper of the Lord”, published on our website, https://towardsthenewcreation.com/

[2] He refers to the Baptism in the Holy Spirit and fire, which is explained in S. Caterina, “Beyond the Great Barrier”, chap. 9, p. 179, 2008, Luci dell’Esodo, https://www.lucidellesodo.it/en/

[3] See Message of Our Lady of 8 December 2016, “Accept the Cross of My Son with Love”, published on our website

[4] See Rev 19,7

[5] See 1 Kings 17-19

[6] See 1 Kings 19,9