Walking in a Nucleus

Dear Readers,

We would like to answer some questions, which have arisen in many of you, after reading the latest articles on our website.

Our nucleus formed spontaneously by itself. People who have decided to offer their lives to God for the plan of salvation through the recapitulation of all things in Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, have joined this nucleus one by one. God’s plan has been revealed to us, in this time, especially through Stefania Caterina.

We come from different places and cultures, from various experiences of work and consecrated life, and we have left everything to serve God. We have had the chance to experience closely what it means to relate to the Central Nucleus[1] and receive from this relationship spiritual teachings, which become life within the nucleus.

We would like to introduce ourselves: among us there are those who, due to their personal circumstances, do not constantly live together, others live here permanently. We are available to our readers for telephone contacts or personal encounters.

In the light of the pathway made in these months and especially thanks to the indications given by Jesus in His messages (particularly “The Future of My People” and “The Instruments of God in this Time”) we will try to explain what a nucleus is.

A nucleus, or cell, is composed of free and independent people, who recognise within themselves the specific work of God at this time. They spontaneously find each other to walk their path together, offering their lives to God for one another. They do not necessarily live together, although the most natural example of a nucleus would be a couple like Mary and Joseph.

The nuclei are not embedded in a hierarchy but are spiritually united to the Central Nucleus[2], which is in the Heart of the people and radiates its power to other nuclei, all of which are submitted to the guidance of the Holy Spirit. Every human structure or hierarchy, in fact, suffocates the life of the spirit. On the contrary, the order set by God through His instruments nurtures and liberates the spirit of man so that he may unite with the Spirit of God, giving man and woman the freedom for which they are truly created.

A nucleus is neither a prayer group nor a religious community as we know them. In every group or community, evangelisation has two purposes: the first is to instruct people, and the second is to draw them to itself. Yet, the nucleus does not intend to attract other members to itself but to generate free children of God, who will form other nuclei in the future. It is the principle of a family: in a family, a child is generated and, in turn, it will form another family and so forth. On the contrary, communities or prayer groups, as understood nowadays, sometimes turn into restricting systems. The system does not generate but shape people in order to draw them to itself, and it only draws those who are like-minded to achieve a specific goal.

We do not want to gain followers or to enlarge our nucleus, but we want to help people to free themselves from systems and from everything that oppresses the spirit of man so that they, once freed in this way, might be able to unite with others and form nuclei. We try to develop and live our spiritual fatherhood and motherhood, which generates new fathers and new mothers through the royal priesthood.[3] Each one of us has received the royal priesthood through baptism, which helps to understand what it means to be children of God.

In this way, it should no longer happen that one group has a certain charisma and another group has another, which frequently leads to competition between them. Nuclei are rather small families of God that generate children of God who live in the same spirit. No one is bigger or smaller, but there are different services, for every soul is chosen by God and has unique faculties, ways of expressing itself and gifts.

[1] See the category “The Extraordinary Instruments of God” on our homepage

[2] See footnote 1

[3] See Message of Jesus of 8 September 2011, “The Future of My People”, published on 7 October 2011

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