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Friday, April 11, 2014

April 23, 2014

Friday, April 11, 2014: (St. Stanislaus)
Jesus said: “My people, in some areas you are seeing a shortage of priests from various reasons. You are also noticing that the demographics of more older priests mirror your general church population of older Catholics. The young people are not coming to Sunday Mass as in the past, and there are fewer allowed vocations of young priests. Because of this priest shortage, the health of your priests becomes very important, since there are more churches with only one priest. You should be praying for your priests’ protection all the time, but even more so for their physical well being. Without your parish priest, you would find it hard to have Mass and the sacraments. Keep praying for priestly vocations to help with your priest shortage, that gets worse if young priests are not replacing those priests who are dying or sick. You are seeing more vocations recently in your Diocese of Rochester, N.Y., so you are being blessed.”

Jesus said: “My people, you are seeing tall trees that could be used for firewood. On refuges with forests, the trees would be a ready source for heating a house and for cooking. Many refuges are rustic, and they could use a simple source of heating as a wood burner or a fireplace. Most of your heaters run on natural gas, but in rural houses you may need oil or propane to be multiplied. It is good to have at least an alternate fuel in case one source of fuel runs out. With wood from trees, you would have plenty of fuel available. My people need to have your things ready to leave when I will give you the word for your safety to leave quickly. You will see when the persecution of Christians gets violent, that My refuges will be a safe haven for you to come. You will need your spiritual weapons of your sacramentals, and holy water or blessed salt. Call on Me and I will have your guardian angels lead you to My refuges with an invisible shield. Trust in My help and you will be protected from the evil ones.”

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