Towards the New Creation

by Stefania Caterina and Tomislav Vlašić


“Do not follow the spirit of the world”

4 April 2017

By Stefania Caterina and Fr. Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters, the subject of today’s reflection is “Do not follow the spirit of the world”. We have affirmed that the devout Christian knows that the Spirit of God guides his soul, fills his spirit, and, through his spirit, involves soul and body and through us involves also the whole creation.

We will speak about the spirit of the world, but first we have to become aware of the fact that beside the spirit within each one of us, there is a collective spirit. Even the Most Holy Trinity has the Trinitarian Spirit that is the interaction of the Three Persons of the Most Holy Trinity. Thus, a couple, a family, a people, a nation have their spirit; therefore the world of the Earth has its own spirit which is different from that of the planets of the high universe.

We can understand the spirit of the world, our world, only if we look at the origin of the world. The humanity of the Earth made and alliance with Lucifer and the consequences for humanity and the creatures have been disastrous. Before Jesus Christ came, the Earth was enveloped in darkness. Looking at what we have explained in the book “The Universe and Its Inhabitants”[1], we see that God worked from the beginning to bring man back to his origin. It was very difficult because God had to respect the freedom of man while man was in the hands of Satan. So, as we know, God has also inserted in this world, in this population, souls that would have been destined to live on planets of the high universe, for they accepted to incarnate on Earth to help this population. From the Holy Scripture we know about the first righteous, the patriarchs, Abraham in particular and then Moses; God also chose a people, revealed to it the true God, gave it the Laws and the gift of the prophets.

Let us see what God did for this people. Continue reading


“The Relationship between Spirit and Soul”

14 March 2017

By Stefania Caterina and Fr. Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest brothers and sisters, we will continue with our topic “The new man in Christ”. The last time we spoke about “God in the spirit of man”. Today we will speak about “The relationship between spirit and soul”. We are still continuing our path towards the recapitulation of the whole universe in Christ, our battle against the spirit of evil, the spirit of the Antichrist; these times are important because once we are filled with the power of the Holy Spirit we can counter any kind of action of the evil.

Stefania Caterina: First of all, we may wonder what the soul is. We can define it as the immaterial part of our being which, on the other hand, sustains the life of our body and transmits life to our body. The soul is immortal and after our death the soul continues to live in a supernatural dimension. The soul has three powers: memory, intellect and will. By means of these powers the soul expresses the image and the likeness of God and carries out all impulses that come from the spirit – we are referring to the spirit of man that is at the centre of the soul. Let us listen to the words of St. Raphael referring to the spirit in the soul of man; this is taken from the book “In the Mind of God”[1] on page 36:

“In his spirit man stands face to face with God, for there God manifests Himself to man. It is your “tent of meeting”, the one where Moses spoke face to face with God[2]. The spirit it the space of your being where God lives. The relationship between God and the soul is a vital relationship, for the spirit gives life to the soul; it transmits to the soul what it receives from the Holy Spirit. Through its three powers, memory, intellect and will, the soul works out what it receives from the spirit and transmits the content to the brain, the physical organ designed to transform the spiritual impulses into commands to pass on to the body.” Continue reading


Message of the Mother of Humanity of 13 March 2017 to Stefania Caterina

My Dear Children,

Today I want to tell you that GOD LISTENS AND UNDERSTANDS. He listens to your prayers and understands your needs. You have to learn to pray in the right way. I will explain to you how to pray: submit to God the problems and needs that trouble you and leave them to Him; leave your sins and those of others at His feet. Ask God for help but do not impose your solutions to Him. God has His solutions which are always better than yours. In every trial, first of all, ask God to make you understand what you should correct in yourselves; there is always something to correct.

Then put all in His hands, let things happen as they come and stop worrying. You will enter the peace of God, and you will see things in a different light. The Holy Spirit will inspire you with new purposes and new ideas; the solutions will appear before your eyes easily and without difficulties.

Be sure that God listens to the prayers of those who have faith. When you ask for God’s help with confidence, He begins to help you in the very moment you turn to Him. Believe in what I say to you and your prayers will rise to Heaven and open the Heart of My Son. He will ask the Father for what is right for you, and the Father will give it to you in the power of the Holy Spirit.

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


“God in the Spirit of Man”

07 March 2017

By Stefania Caterina and Fr. Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest brothers and sisters, we have begun to develop the subject of “The New Man in Christ” and we will continue with it until the feast of the Most Holy Trinity by looking at different aspects. Today’s subject is “God in the Spirit of Man”. The new man in Christ is blameless in Christ; the blameless man is made of spirit, soul and body. This is what St. Paul speaks about and he reminds us of this:

Stefania Caterina: From the first letter to the Thessalonians, chapter 5, 23-24: “May God himself, the God of peace, sanctify you through and through. May your whole spirit, soul and body be kept blameless at the coming of our Lord Jesus Christ. The one who calls you is faithful, and he will do it.”

So, brothers and sisters, we wonder what the spirit of man is and where it is. We will listen to the words St. Raphael addressed to us in the book “In the Mind of God”[1] on page 35: “The essence of man, his most profound identity resides in his spirit, in the nucleus at the center of the soul where the divine Guest lives, the Holy Spirit. The spirit is the most sacred place in man.” Thus, you see, this is something that we often do not keep in mind enough; we speak about the soul and very rarely about the spirit; yet, the spirit is the most sacred place, the center of the soul, which may be called the soul of the soul, where the Holy Spirit acts, lives, wants to be present in us to give us all impulses and the whole life of God, His love and His power. Continue reading


The New Man in Christ – Introduction

16 February 2017

By Stefania Caterina and Fr. Tomislav Vlašić

Father Tomislav: Dearest Brothers and Sisters; we are beginning with a cycle of reflections with the title “The New Man in Christ”. This is our introductory session, and from the beginning of Lent we will make a reflection every week.

All of you who have followed this path have received the messages, and you have understood the programme to follow; naturally we can live the programme every day and increasingly profoundly. In any case, the revelations that have been given to us are concluded; we do not prevent God and his instruments from intervening but the work is done. On this path, especially the one of this year full of grace, we have to move faster. As we said, this is the centenary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, and it is full of grace; what has began at Fatima, which has not even been fully expressed by the seers, has to come out.

Thus our key points are: the recapitulation in Christ of all things in the universe. Man is the central point. Jesus Christ speaks to man to take creation too to newness through man, through humanity. Thus, we speak about the new man in Christ; but when we speak about the new man in Christ we do not mean only the single individual but the whole joining people. We have spoken about this last year: the people who joins and is integrated automatically in the whole people of the whole universe, in the Church of the universe, participates in the work of God; then we all go towards the new creation where we will be the family of God. Continue reading


Message of the Mother of Humanity

15 February 2017

 

Dearest Brothers and Sisters,

In an unexpected way and with simplicity Our Lady has asked me to be an instrument of one of Her projects for these times. She explained to me Her intention to help all Her children to walk in these difficult times, especially those who feel like they are the least. For this reason, as the Mother of humanity, She wants to address some simple words to everyone on the 13th of every month. Our Lady requests that these messages are read and spread for the good of many souls. Together with all of you who love Our Lady and want to live united with Her Immaculate Heart I put myself at the disposal of the Mother of humanity. May Her Maternal Love reach every man of good will.

Stefania Caterina

 

Message of the Mother of Humanity of 13 February 2017 to Stefania Caterina

 

My Dear Children,

It is my wish to begin a path with you to guide you in these difficult times. I come among you as the Mother of humanity to lift up My children. I will lead you into the mysteries of God with simple words to help you understand what God does within creation, within each one of you and around you.

The first thing I want to tell you is that GOD EXISTS. He is real and you can feel that He lives within you if you seek Him. God exists for everyone but first of all for those who seek Him. I ask you to seek God with simplicity, to feel that He is alive in you and around you. Then He will guide you. He will take you by the hand and guide your life if you let Him do it. I am also alive in your midst; I am not a statue but a living person, and I want to speak to you to help you find the living God.

I ask you to start thinking about this and to believe seriously that God exists; that He is alive and working incessantly for each one of you; that He is present in all circumstances of your life and that, if you seek Him with faith, He will respond. Reflect on this and then we will continue. I pray for you and I bless you in the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit.