Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe
30 November 2020
On this first day of Advent, after hearing and announcing that we are going towards the Lord, that we let Mary Most Holy generate the Lord within us, today we have the Feast of St. Andrew, the Apostle. In today’s readings of St. Andrew and of Isaiah, there are promises. All the readings of Isaiah are promises: he speaks of Jerusalem, of Zion, of what will happen. Afterwards, he speaks of the beautiful prophecy where “The goat and the lamb will graze together with the lion”, a promise of all that is to come, of what God wants to do for each of us. Jesus in person and other instruments have also given us these promises several times in the past years. On this website, we speak of the new Church, the new creation, the new people, but all this is actually nothing new, but has always been part of the promise that God wants to fulfil. He wanted to realise it from the Old Testament: the great prophets, like Isaiah, followed by Jesus and His three years of public life, all the Saints and all those who have communicated the Spirit of Jesus Christ: He wanted to fulfil His promise, and this will fully take place at the Glorious Return of Christ.
I believe that celebrating Saint Andrew, listening to the readings, the part of the Gospel where Jesus called Peter, Andrew, James, John, we see that they followed Him immediately. We can recognise ourselves in them, in these simple men, who had heard the call to this promise, which awakened in them through Jesus’ Word because it was already in them. They were called to this and gave their lives to follow it. Here, too, we say, “they gave their life”. I would rather say that they began to live, which sounds more beautiful to me. They left what was not life. They began to live and continued to announce life from that moment until today, because they continue to announce it even today. They began to live!
I think that our task on this website, and we do it only for this, is to continue to announce this life. With it, we do not want to say that only we have the truth, that only those who join us will be safe; absolutely not! Our desire is to announce that Jesus Christ is the only Saviour, that there is no salvation without Christ, that the highest instrument to save humanity is the Holy Mass, worthily celebrated, the sacrifice of Christ, in this very particular time. We announce that the whole apostolic succession is now in the Central Nucleus, that the Church is one, that she has always been only one and that there are no others. Unfortunately, she always had to hide in the catacombs, crushed by a structure that wanted to suffocate the true Church.
We announce that Mary Most Holy is the Mother of the Church and the Mother of every child of God, that without Mary Most Holy, the Co-Redemptrix, Mother and Queen, we cannot cope. Whoever believes in this, in Jesus the Saviour, in the universal communion, in Mary, Mother and Queen, and announces and participates in the life of Christ, is part of the Church, and this is reason for joy for us. We do not want to say “only us”; even Jesus in the Gospel recalled John the Apostle when he said: “Teacher, we saw someone, casting out demons in your name, and we tried to stop him, because he was not following us.” Jesus told him that he was wrong: “Do not stop him …. Whoever is not against us is for us.”
Therefore, whoever believes this, whoever announces this, is in Christ! For us this is not only a duty, but also a freedom. It is not up to us to judge who is right and who is wrong. We have to live what we have been taught. We have to pray for the good and the bad, offer our life, bless those who curse us and give life to those who mistreat us. However, we also have to announce everything we have encountered, touched, seen, experienced. We leave it to Jesus to decide who does or does not belong to His Church, starting from the Pope to the last of any Christian confession or even non-Christian group, which exists on Earth and throughout the Universe; is not up to us. For me, this is not a problem but a freedom.
We also know that Jesus is gathering all of His children. He is doing it, He knows how to do it and He has the means to do it. We know that to live true ecumenism we do not have to give up our creed, we do not accept the creed of others, but we value all that is good in every man, whatever religion he may belong to; however, always knowing that Jesus is the Saviour. We do not do this by crushing the others but by giving life to them through this truth; by presenting this truth, through our self-offering, to those who do not believe and to those who do not know.
Furthermore, we know that all the children that God will gather throughout the Universe have the sign: the sign of the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. I told you that you can find information about it on this website. This is not a sign of belonging to a confession. This sign bears the grace of Mary who generates you, of Jesus Christ who saves and redeems you, the grace of the whole Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe, which accompanies you, and makes up for your limitations and sins. It gives the grace that heals you, first of your spiritual illnesses, and then of the physical ones. It is a gift for this time. It is a special grace; this is why we announce it, and we would like everyone to wear it. This sign on its own has the grace to free prisoners, raise the dead, cure diseases: it is a grace, given by the holiness of the whole Church of the Universe, particularly by Mary Most Holy who wanted it.
What perhaps is really missing, and we hope there will be increasingly more people for this, is the presence of Christians who announce the joy of Christ’s Return in these times, which really look like the end times, and we actually know they are if we look at all the signs, the pandemic and all the confusion. We have just finished the Apocalypse and it looked like these times, but we must not be crushed about this. The Gospel ended by saying: “Now when these things begin to take place, stand up and raise your heads, because your redemption is drawing near.” Jesus gives this Redemption, and His Glorious Return is drawing near.
The apostles followed Him with joy; we now have to follow with joy all the instruments that God has given us, ordinary and extraordinary, to announce Jesus’ Glorious Return, to give salvation to this humanity. This is missing! The world is full of words, full of human research, of charity, of goodness, but it lacks spirit; it lacks joyful people who participate in the life of God, who joyfully announce Christ’s Glorious Return and also do it through this sign.
Once again, I want to entrust all of you, all those who participate in this action through the Church of Jesus Christ of the Universe here on Earth, those we know and those we do not know, to the apostles. I want to entrust all of them again to Mary Most Holy and to St. Joseph. I want to entrust them to all the Archangels, and I want to immerse everyone in the Trinitarian Vortex. May the primary energy fill each one of you so that it may awaken in you all that you have already decided at the moment of conception, all that God has already placed in you in that moment according to your response. May the children of God raise their heads; may they, all together as Church, cast out Lucifer and his disintegrating energy; may the children of God command this pandemic to leave.
I want to bless particularly all those who are ill. May the Holy Spirit touch the spirit of each one of them so that their healing may begin from the spirit; may the offering of their sufferings to God, their experiences of pain together with their loved ones, be instruments of salvation for humanity; in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit.
 See Rom 10,9-18
 See Isa 4,2-6
 See Isa 11,6
 See Mt 4,18-22
 See Mk 9,38-40
 The offering of one’s life to God is explained in Jesus’ message of 8 September 2011, “The Future of My People”, published on our website, https://towardsthenewcreation.com/
 For more information about the sign look at the section “THE SIGN IS A CROSS” on our website, https://towardsthenewcreation.com/
 See Luke 21,20-28
 See S. Caterina, “Beyond the Great Barrier”, “The conception of man”, Chap. 13, “The Microcosm”, pp. 239-244; for the “The Trinitarian Vortex”, see Chap. 1, p.23, and Chap. 12, p. 217; Luci dell’Esodo, 2008, available at https://www.lucidellesodo.it/en/
 See S. Caterina, T. Vlašić, “Rewriting History–Vol. II–The Universe and Its Inhabitants”, Chap. 3, p. 32, Luci dell’Esodo, 2019, , available at https://www.lucidellesodo.it/en/