Towards the New Creation

by Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić


“Living the Fullness of Life” – Feast of the Most Holy Trinity

15 June 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; the subject of today’s reflection is “Living the Fullness of Life”. We are celebrating the Feast of the Most Holy Trinity from whom life is born and to whom all things return in fullness united with the life of the Most Holy Trinity.

Therefore, we began a journey together at the beginning of Lent which led us through the Easter time to this Feast. Now we will explain to you how we will continue to stay with you.

You have already read the message of 8 June in which the Holy Spirit says[1]:

“I come to announce to you the beginning of a new time for My people in the whole universe. It is a time in which I want all the gifts that I have bestowed on My people, in every period and in every place of the universe, to blossom, triumph and manifest the power of God among you and through you.” Continue reading


The Time of the Beatitudes

Dearest Brothers and Sisters,

We present you the message of the Holy Spirit that we received at Pentecost. It prepares us  very well for the Solemnity of the Most Holy Trinity and invites us to live our life in communion with the Three Divine Persons without spending human and intellectual effort. The Triune God will manifest Himself in us and through us if we put into practice what the Holy Spirit shows us. All this will create an inner motivation to move towards our true mission of evangelisation.

We thank you for your faithfulness and we bless you.

                                                                                                  Tomislav Vlašić and Stefania Caterina

 

Message of the Holy Spirit of 8 June 2019

 “My dear Children,

I bless you powerfully on this Eve of Pentecost. I come to announce to you the beginning of a new time for My people in the whole universe. It is a time in which I want all the gifts that I have bestowed on My people, in every period and in every place of the universe, to blossom, triumph and manifest the power of God among you and through you.

The gifts that I am speaking about are not the charismas some people have. I am speaking of My seven gifts which, unfortunately, have not fully blossomed in the Christians of the Earth.[1] This has occurred for several reasons: principally because of man’s ambitions and his desire to possess those gifts. My gifts only blossom where there is humbleness; they are granted to you when you stop seeking them for yourselves and begin to ask for them for the glory of God. I want this glory to be manifested in My people. Continue reading


The Power of Faith

Message of Jesus of 18 May 2019

 “Dearest Children,

My Heart is filled with joy to see you here. I am pleased of the path you have done, the decisions you have taken and the path you want to continue together.

I told you that there is a great power within you, that of the Trinitarian power.[1] It is the power that has generated you and keeps you alive. I also told you to use this power. How should you use it? What will activate it? Your faith. Only through your faith can you activate the power of the Trinitarian Vortex in you. Faith is not a theory, but the strength of the Christians, an immense strength. The world does not understand it, but you are called to understand it.

Faith must be practiced, otherwise its strength remains inert in you. You practice faith when you believe; when you say, “I believe”, without doubting in your heart. Doubt is the force that opposes faith and blocks all vital processes in you. I mean the existential doubt which emerges when you feel unworthy and incapable, when you perceive your limit as something insuperable. Continue reading


“Let Us Seek the Trinitarian Power”

27 April 2019 – Sunday of Divine Mercy

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; the topic of today’s reflection is “Let Us Seek the Trinitarian Power”. I hope that you all enjoyed the days of the testimony of the apostles, of the resurrection of our Lord, Jesus Christ, and that the truth and the grace of the resurrection of Our Lord, Jesus Christ, dwells in you so that, through our participation, all of us also are resurrected.

This Sunday we celebrate three important themes: the feast of the merciful Love of Christ, which we all love and hope to receive through Christ’s mercy. We will try to explain how to receive it. The second theme is the journey through the historical readings,[1] that is, the events of the early Church, and finally the cosmic dimension, explained in the Revelations of the apostle St. John and in Jesus’ message of 20 April 2019,[2] Easter Vigil, which we will share with you later but also read out loud now for those who can only listen to it.

Christ’s Resurrection is far more than a historical truth. It affected the whole universe and entered the Trinitarian Vortex. As salvific, primary energy it started a dynamic process which will last until the end of times, until the people of God enter the new creation. Jesus speaks about this in his last message. Continue reading


“The new path is already open”

6 April 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters, I wish you all a good Sunday.

The last time we have developed the topic of conversion, the path of vital joy. We hope that all of you have participated in this joy and that an increasing desire for joy has awakened in you, increasing your strength and resilience in life.

Today we will deepen the topic, “The new path is already open”. This is, in fact, the topic of today’s liturgy. In the first reading the prophet Isaiah[1] reminds the Israelites of their liberation from Egyptian slavery, the crossing of the Red Sea and the journey to the Promised Land. Later, when they found themselves in Babylonian slavery the prophet announced that God would reopen the path, a new path. God said that He made everything new, and the path opened up for the people of Israel. A small remnant returned to their land. This stands for all times of slavery that we have caused through our rebellion, our sins, while God has always endeavoured to reopen the path for us.

The Gospel[2] lets us understand that the path of our spirit is definitively open. St. John reports the episode of the woman found in the act of adultery. They wanted to lapidate her and tried to provoke Jesus so that they could lapidate Him. But Jesus remained silent and started to write on the ground, as we have heard. When they kept questioning Him, he answered: “Let any one of you who is without sin be the first to throw a stone at her.” Then everyone went away. “Has no one condemned you?“ Jesus asked. “No one, sir,” she said. “Then neither do I condemn you. Go now and leave your life of sin.”

It is very important that the reopening of the path happens through the heart and the spirit of man, through the Holy Spirit given to us by Jesus Christ. Thanks to His Passion and Death our inner path will open up, but we must participate in His life. How shall we participate? Jesus did not abandon Mary Magdalene; He went ahead to open the path, and because she followed Him she arrived first at the sepulchre and saw the Risen Christ. Continue reading


Let us enter Lent with Jesus

9 March 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav:  Dearest Brothers and Sisters; this is the first Sunday of Lent and my topic is “Let us enter Lent with Jesus”.

What I want to explain is the attitude we have to take, an attitude that is particularly necessary in this time in which, as we know, the False Prophet and the Antichrist are acting powerfully. Now is the time to make the final choice between Jesus Christ and Lucifer. I speak to you in the belief that you have decided to participate actively in the evangelisation of the Earth with the Church of the Universe, being conscious that we must prepare the way for the manifestation of the glorious Christ and the way towards the new creation.

The Gospel of the first Sunday[1] explains that Jesus was tested after Baptism and His choice to accomplish the will of the Father, but it is very important to see what St. Luke said in his Gospel: “Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, left the Jordan and was led by the Spirit into the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil.” Jesus was full of the Holy Spirit and guided by the Holy Spirit, and at the beginning of His mission, as God-Man, as man he had to walk the path of trials, making His power grow until defeating death and sin, rise to Heaven, send the Holy Spirit upon us and now recapitulate all those who desire to belong to Him to manifest the fullness of life in God. Continue reading


“God Loves and Forgives”

6 March 2019

By Stefania Caterina and Fr Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; I great all the members of the Foundation and all of you who follow our programmes on our website and all those who have joined this path.

We have said that this year we have to celebrate the feasts being particularly united with the whole universe. Today we begin a long feast, from Ash Wednesday until Pentecost. We will go through Lent, a painful time for man, in which God wants to elevate humanity through His Son in the Holy Spirit; this will enable us to return to Him and submit to the Laws of the pure Spirit which transform us into new creatures, completely renewed and introduced to the new creation.

So, in this time I invite you to be united with the Holy Spirit to walk this spiritual path, which is necessary for us to encounter the whole universe, so that our universal communion will lead us to a significant improvement. I invite you to live this time of Lent with great spirituality.

Today I will speak about the message of the Mother of humanity of 13 April, 2017, with the title, “God Loves and Forgives”, which introduces us to this time. I do not want to speak about Lent, as you already know the path of Lent, but highlight three important points of our programme:

  1. By welcoming the love of God we are enabled to welcome the whole love of God.
  2. Our reconciliation with God in love.
  3. The active participation in the love of God to be transformed and become instruments of transformation for humanity.

Let us listen to the first part of the message of Holy Mary. Continue reading