“The Rosary is the spiritual weapon for our times.” — St. Padre Pio
We are living in challenging times. I don’t think I need to give any examples of the chaos in our present world. Many people even refrain from the news, not simply because of the violence, but also because it’s difficult to separate truth from liberally bias influences. It’s a pretty safe bet to state that media is heavily directed if not fully controlled by left wing forces. If you’re like me, you’ve gotten pretty tired of having leftist propaganda shoved in your face over the last 10 – 15 years.
So what’s going on, you may wonder? What’s different that has run this figurative worldly ship “aground?” I wondered the same thing until about five years ago when, by the grace of the Holy Spirit, I happened upon the vision of Pope Leo, XIII. From here, I began to see that we have entered Satan’s time. A time predicted by many saints long before us and reinforced by the urgency of Pope Leo, XIII’s vision and more fully through Our Lady’s earthly visits. I hope to show you in the weeks to come how this vision and Our Lady’s visit to Fatima, LaSalette, Akita and perhaps a few additional references are a severe warning of things to come in our near future. We live not only in challenging times, but dangerous ones.
I want to conclude this post with Pope Leo, XIII’s vision. You can mull it over. It was October 13, 1884, Pope Leo XIII had just finished saying Mass. As he was leaving the altar, he suddenly froze as if in a trance; his face deathly pale. He would later describe a conversation he witnessed between Our Lord and Satan:
Satan: “I can destroy your Church.”
Jesus: “You can? Then go ahead and do so.”
Satan: “To do so, I need more time and more power.”
Jesus: “How much time? How much power?”
Satan: “75 – 100 years and a greater power over those who would give themselves over to my service.”
Jesus: “You have the time; you have the power. Do with them what you will.”
Until next time, put on the armor of Christ and entrench yourselves in prayer, for we live in perilous times.
Greg (a servant of our Lord Jesus Christ)