Apostle of the End Times Testimony II

We are approaching the fulfillment of prophecy for the End-Times (which is different from the End of time or End of the World), and the Lord is giving us new prophets to help us navigate the troubled waters we are sailing.

Fr Michel Rodrigue, fabl, is one of those prophets.

This is the second of two videos of the conferences he imparted in October 2018 at a Mariam gathering in NJ.

In this second conference, Fr. Michel Rodrigue shares his visits to Heaven and Purgatory led by Saint Padre Pio. Then he speaks in detail of The Warning, the time immediately after the Warning, and then jumps to the 3 days of darkness and the Refuges God is preparing.

Since the audio quality is limited, I’m including also a transcript of the conference, which I’ve taken from http://wqphradio.org/2019/09/21/fr-michel-rodrigue-apostle-of-the-last-times-part1/ with some editing. 

As I thank WQPH radio for making this available, I also want to share their “disclaimer”: Father Rodrigue’s claims must be discerned by the listener.

(Please note that there is some confusion between Fr Michel video numbers and the corresponding transcript on the source Web page. The current link matches the transcript as of April 7, 2020. I apologize for the inconvenience. Please drop a line in the comments if the video or picture become unavailable, and I’ll fix them. Thank you).

Transcript

We will begin with the experience I had with Padre Pio.

Two years ago, Padre Pio came during the night, and he took me with him. He took me into heaven. When we arrived in heaven, -first of all, as I said, I saw Elijah, I saw Saint John the Baptist, and I saw Padre Pio.

So when Padre Pio brought me into heaven, at that moment, he was not talking with his mouth, he was just looking at me, and I could hear him. But after a while he talked with his mouth, and he took my hand and I was afraid to go there.

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Apostle of the End Times Testimony I

 

On August 15, 2017 – Fr. Michel Rodrigue, fabl, Founder of the Apostolic Fraternity of Saint Benedict-Joseph Labre, and young companions, received, from the Bishop of Amos, Quebec, the religious habit for their new Community.

We are approaching the fulfillment of prophecy for the End-Times (which is different from the End of time or End of the World), and the Lord is giving us new prophets to help us navigate the troubled waters we are sailing.

Fr Michel Rodrigue, fabl, is one of those prophets.

This is the first of two videos of the conferences he imparted in October 2018 at a Mariam gathering in NJ  (See second video here).   First, Fr. Michel Rodrigue shares how he received from God the Order and Constitution to begin his religious Community. He then shares in detail his urgent private revelations about the Warning and the Final Battle we are to enter soon -the signs are all over, aren’t they?

Since the audio quality is limited, I’m including also a transcript of the conference, which I’ve taken and is available from http://wqphradio.org/2019/09/21/fr-michel-rodrigue-apostle-of-the-last-times-part2/ with some editing. 

As I thank WQPH radio for making this available, I also want to share their “disclaimer”: Father Rodrigue’s claims must be discerned by the listener.

(Please note that there is some confusion between Fr Michel video numbers and the corresponding transcript on the source Web page. The current link matches the transcript as of April 7, 2020. I apologize for the inconvenience. Please drop a line in the comments if the video or picture become unavailable again, and I’ll fix them. Thank you).

Transcript

It is a special grace to be with you today, and for me, every time I accept to go somewhere, I ask The Father, the Eternal Father, -every time I say “father”, it’s the Eternal Father; my father is already in heaven, and my mother also-. This is why here on earth, I talk about the Father, He is the Eternal Father for everyone.

So every time that I come here I ask the Eternal Father. It’s Him who gave me the permission to come because it’s Him who have asked me in the year 2009 to have this new monastery there.

It happened during a Christmas time. When I got in the parish, we had no priests to celebrate on Christmas Eve. So I went there, and we had two masses.

One, the first Mass, we had already everyone, and suddenly, we had a Pentecost in this church. The people were completely touched and transformed by the gift of the Holy Spirit, and it was so electrifying, in that everyone seemed to be on fire, like me: I was.

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A Strong Case for the Truth of the Real Presence in the Eucharist

Why would satanist care about a consecrated Host if it were not what the Catholic Church says it is?

Pope leads Benediction after Eucharistic adoration in St. Peter's Basilica at Vatican

Pope Francis holding a Monstrance containing a Consecrated Host with utmost reverence

As I said in my previous post:

The Holy Eucharist is the most precious and sacred thing on earth. It is God Himself: The Most Blessed Trinity incarnated in Jesus our Savior and Redeemer and hidden under the appearance of bread after it is consecrated during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the bloodless renewal of the very sacrifice of Jesus Christ in Calvary.

God’s love and humility has made Himself utterly vulnerable in the consecrated Host in order to feed us with His very divine life.

Satan, as a fallen Angel, knows this. He BELIEVES IN THE EUCHARIST, in the REAL PRESENCE, that’s why in his hatred for God makes of the mokery of the Holy Mass and the desecration of a Consecrated Host the highest form of his horrific envious worship.

I think we need to pay attention to the areas and values that today are under attack because those are the values that the enemy of God and ours is trying to steal from us.

As for those who only see in the Gospels, in the Last Supper, a symbol of Christ left in the meal, then they should reflect, why would the devil care about such a symbol when there are many others more visible and explicit?

I Adore You, Sacred Host,

I Adore You, Sacred Host,

Living Bread and Food of our Souls.

We have to WAKE UP and fight for our faith … or else …

The Holy Eucharist is the most precious and sacred thing on earth. It is God Himself: The Most Blessed Trinity incarnated in Jesus our Savior and Redeemer and hidden under the appearance of bread after it is consecrated during the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the bloodless renewal of the very sacrifice of Jesus Christ in Calvary.

God’s love and humility has made Himself utterly vulnerable in the consecrated Host in order to feed us with His very divine life.

As for us we seem to take for granted God’s gift of Himself to us, and instead of returning Him the gift of our own self many of us simply look down on and despise God’s commandments, God’s Gifts, and God Himself.

So the enemy of God and ours is taking advantage and showing how little he cares anymore about hidding his hatred for God and for humanity.

There is a black mass announced for September 21 in Oklahoma City -organized by a satanic group.

A few months ago another announced black mass was stopped at Harvard University through prayer and the oposition of many people who care and expressed themselves against it. But we can see the tide growing. This is why it is so important that we become aware and respond individually, from all over the world, to the growing wave of sheer evil, from shuttings and killings in our schools or neighborhood to isis or boko haram terrorists, and many others.

But ultimately the evil we see on our society is an external expression of the evil that dwells in our hearts and our minds, in all of us who are not true saints at heart. We can’t remain expectators of what is going on in other places because what is happening is affecting each one of us at a very deep level.

The Archbishop of Oklahoma is requesting from the faithful to respond in prayer in order to avert this horrific sacrilege, while on his part is taking legal action against the it.

Archbishop Coakley has previously asked that the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel be said at the end of every Mass, beginning on the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord on Aug. 6 and continuing through the Feast of the Archangels on Sept. 29. The archbishop has also requested that individual Catholics and parishes make Eucharistic holy hours “to avert this sacrilege and publicly manifest our faith in the Lord and our loving gratitude for the gift of the Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of our lives.”

This is something we all can do even if we don’t belong to his Diocese. We ALL can help and contribute to the defense of our Faith and our Eucharistic Lord through prayer if nothing else. We have been too passive for too long to get here. It is time to wake up and look at our individual responsibility in fighting for God, for Faith, and for our own future.

UPDATE ON AUGUST 21, 2014

We give God THANKS for the great news published today, the 21st, that the consecrated Host has been returned to the Catholic Church. See below the statement from the Website of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City.

AND KEEP PRAYING!!!

Archbishop Coakley’s Statement on Return of Stolen Host to the Catholic Church

 

OKLAHOMA CITY (Aug. 21, 2014) – Archbishop Coakley announced Thursday that the consecratedHost at the center of a lawsuit filed in Oklahoma County District Court has been returned.

 An attorney representing the head of the satanic group presented the Host to a Catholic priest Thursday afternoon. The lawsuit sought return of the Host following multiple public statements by the head of the local satanic group that they planned to defile and desecrate the consecrated Host during a satanic ‘black mass’ scheduled next month in Oklahoma City.

 With the return of the Host and an accompanying signed statement from the satanic group leader that the group no longer possesses a consecrated Host, nor will they use a consecrated Host in their rituals, the archbishop agreed to dismiss the lawsuit with prejudice.

 “I am relieved that we have been able to secure the return of the sacred Host, and that we have prevented its desecration as part of a planned satanic ritual,” said Archbishop Paul Coakley of the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City. “I remain concerned about the dark powers that this satanic worship invites into our community and the spiritual danger that this poses to all who are involved in it, directly or indirectly.”   

 Archbishop Coakley has made repeated requests for the city’s leaders to cancel the satanic ritual in a publicly funded facility.

 “I have raised my concerns … and pointed out how deeply offensive this proposed sacrilegious act is to Christians and especially to the more than 250,000 Catholics who live in Oklahoma.” 

 On Sept. 21, the day the satanic ritual has been scheduled, the archbishop invites the Catholic community as well as all Christians and people of good will to join him in prayer for a Eucharistic Holy Hour at 3 p.m. at St. Francis of Assisi Church, 1901 NW 18, followed by an outdoor Procession and Benediction.

 “For more than 1 billion Catholics worldwide, the Mass is the most sacred of religious rituals,” the archbishop said. “It is the center of Catholic worship and celebrates Jesus Christ’s redemption of the world by his death and resurrection. We are grateful for the gift of the Eucharist and pray that this threatened sacrilege will heighten our appreciation and deepen our faith in the Lord’s Eucharistic presence among us.”

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Below is the article as published today (August 20) by the National Catholic Register

 

Archbishop Coakley  Files Lawsuit Against Black Mass Organizers

The Archdiocese of Oklahoma City filed the lawsuit at noon today, asserting that the organizers’ consecrated host is Church property and was obtained fraudulently.

08/20/2014 Comment

Nils Tubbesing/Wikipedia

Statue of St. Michael defeating the devil in Hamburg, Germany

– Nils Tubbesing/Wikipedia

OKLAHOMA CITY — Attorneys for the Archdiocese of Oklahoma City filed a lawsuit at noon today to stop the satanic black mass that organizers are planning to stage next month in the Oklahoma City Civic Center Music Hall.

The lawsuit asks the Oklahoma County Sheriff‘s Office to retrieve the consecrated host that the event‘s organizers claim to have, and return it to Oklahoma City Archbishop Paul Coakley. The lawsuit also argues that the consecrated host was obtained under fraudulent circumstances, and thus it must be returned to the archdiocese.

“Our contention is that they are in possession of stolen property,” Archbishop Coakley told the Register. “They cannot complete their satanic ritual without a consecrated host, and they have no means of acquiring one except through theft. We are asking the court to order them to return it immediately to me.”

Archbishop Coakley added that the archdiocese, in consulting with the attorneys who filed the lawsuit, formulated a sound argument rooted in canon and civil law.

“We are trusting the court will recognize that and act accordingly,” the archbishop said. “We hope this is a way that we can prevent the desecration of the Eucharist from taking place by removing from their possession what they have obtained illegally, that is the consecrated host.”

Michael Caspino, one of two attorneys who filed the lawsuit on behalf of the archdiocese in Oklahoma District Court said the legal argument for the case is simple: “A consecrated Eucharist belongs to the Church.”

Caspino, the CEO and partner at the Busch & Caspino law firm in Irvine, Calif., told the Register that the Church has exercised “dominion and control” over the Eucharist for more than 2,000 years. The lawsuit provides information on Church processes set up to safeguard the consecrated host.

“The Satanists procured the consecrated host by illicit means, theft or fraud,” Caspino said. “We are simply asking the court to return the stolen property to its rightful owner, the Roman Catholic Church.”

Named as defendants are Adam Daniels, an Oklahoma County resident, and Dakhma of Angra Mainyu, a group that has rented the Oklahoma City Civic Center’s 88-seat City Theater to stage the black mass on Sept. 21. Daniels, a member of Dakhma of Angra Mainyu, has told various media outlets that a friend mailed him the consecrated host, and that it will be desecrated, “stomped on” and destroyed during the satanic ritual.

Daniels, who has been involved in organizing public Satanist events in Oklahoma City since 2010, is a registered sex offender.

Contacted by the Register, Daniels struck a defiant tone. He called the lawsuit “frivolous” and said it was meant to intimidate him from holding the black mass. He said the archdiocese’s efforts will backfire.

“It will not work. We are not cancelling. We are moving forward,” said Daniels, who also threatened to “sue everybody I can sue” for defamation of character. He added that the court has 14 days to serve him with the lawsuit.

“They have two weeks to serve me, if they can find me,” Daniels said.

 

Profanation of the Catholic Mass

The black mass is a sacrilegious ceremony structured in imitation of the Catholic Mass. Invoking Satan, the ritual is centered around the desecration of the Eucharist, which is generally done by stealing a consecrated host from a Catholic church and using it in a profane sexual ritual or defecating and urinating on it. On its website, the Dakhma of Angra Mainyu says its event will be “toned down” so as not to violate Oklahoma state laws against nudity, public urination and sex acts.

The Oklahoma black mass has generated outrage among Catholics across the country. More than 50,000 people have signed an online petition to shut down the event. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallon released a statement on Aug. 11 condemning the black mass as a “disgusting mockery of the Catholic faith” that should be “equally repellent to Catholics and non-Catholics alike.”

The situation in Oklahoma comes just three months after a Harvard University student club tried sponsoring a black mass on campus. Hundreds of Catholics from across Massachusetts and New England participated in a May 12 procession and Eucharistic holy hour in the Church of St. Paul in Harvard Yard. The Harvard student club subsequently canceled the black mass, though a scaled-down version of it, without the club’s sponsorship, was reportedly later held in an off-campus Chinese restaurant.

Archbishop Coakley said the publicly planned black mass in Oklahoma surprised him and many others given that Oklahoma is a “very conservative state” with many church-going people.

“It seems as if it would be an unlikely place for such an attack to take place,” Archbishop Coakley said. “Unfortunately, it has indeed taken up a lot of our time, energy and attention to resist this, but if we are able to stop this, it will be time and energy well-spent.”

The archbishop also said he is encouraged by numerous messages that he has received from virtually every continent expressing support and solidarity with the Oklahoma Catholic community.

“I’m kind of holding my breath to see what’s next and see what becomes of [the lawsuit],” he said. “I’m hopeful, praying that it will achieve the end for which we desire, which is the prevention of the desecration of the Eucharist and stopping this public sacrilege from taking place.”

 

The Legal Argument

The legal argument in today’s lawsuit partly frames the consecrated host issue as a matter of property rights. It essentially argues that the Catholic Church, through its sacramental theology and code of canon law, sets the conditions for how the Eucharist is consecrated, distributed to the faithful and reposed. Anyone who deliberately obtains a consecrated host under illicit circumstances, either through sneaking it through the communion line or outright stealing it, violates the Church’s legal right to regulate its internal life.

“The Church is asking for the protection of its most basic right, namely not to have its sacraments used inappropriately. In civil law, Archbishop Coakley is acting as a responsible steward of the Eucharist. The Church enjoys the same protection of civil law that any other entity would enjoy,” said J.D. Flynn, a canon lawyer based in Lincoln, Neb.

Flynn told the Register that canon law spells out what is appropriate and inappropriate reception of the Eucharist. Anyone who discards a consecrated host, or retains it for a sacrilegious purpose, incurs an automatic excommunication that can only be redressed by the Holy See.

“If anyone obtains the host for sacrilegious purpose, they are violating the tenets by which the Eucharist is governed in the context of our Church,” Flynn said. “And the right of free exercise of religion allows us to administer the Eucharist in the context of the governing documents of our Church.”

The five-page lawsuit, as well as an accompanying declaration written by Dominican Father Joseph Fox, an expert in canon law, explain the theology behind the Eucharist and the various disciplines the Church has developed over its 2,000-year history to ensure the integrity and protection of consecrated hosts.

For example, the documents say that only a validly ordained priest can consecrate the Eucharist, and that ministers of Holy Communion need permission to take consecrated hosts outside a church building for specific pastoral purposes.

Father Fox writes that the Catholic Church “maintains ownership of all consecrated hosts throughout the world,” and that to Catholics, the consecrated host, making the person of Jesus Christ himself physically present, “is the most sacred, respected and revered thing in the world.”

The defendants, the lawsuit adds, “do not have consent or authorization” from Archbishop Coakley — who is tasked to safeguard the Church‘s property — to possess a consecrated host outside the church. The lawsuit is seeking a court order that the defendants not consume, damage or profane the consecrated host, if they indeed possess one.

 

‘Incalculable’ Cost

The archdiocese is also asking the Sheriff of Oklahoma County to take possession of the consecrated host and return it to Archbishop Coakley. The “actual cost” of the Eucharist, the lawsuit adds, is “incalculable because the significance and importance of the Consecrated Host cannot be measured monetarily.”

“We are honored to represent Archbishop Coakley in this fight against the desecration of the Blessed Sacrament,” Caspino said. “The archbishop should be lauded for his courageous stance against the enemies of the Church.”

Archbishop Coakley has previously asked that the Prayer to St. Michael the Archangel be said at the end of every Mass, beginning on the Feast of the Transfiguration of the Lord on Aug. 6 and continuing through the Feast of the Archangels on Sept. 29. The archbishop has also requested that individual Catholics and parishes make Eucharistic holy hours “to avert this sacrilege and publicly manifest our faith in the Lord and our loving gratitude for the gift of the Holy Eucharist, the source and summit of our lives.”

Register correspondent Brian Fraga writes from Fall River, Massachusetts.

The Near Future

“God does nothing without telling his servants, the Prophets”                                                     (Amos 3:7)

As a hermit living in the margins, I don’t follow the mainstream media but I’m attentive to the signs of the times and to the whisperings of the Spirit who speaks to today’s prophets. 

Below there is a video interview to one of these contemporary Prophets, a Polish priest, Father Adam Skwarczynski, a member of the Marian Movement of Priests. He is interviewed by Father Artur Migas, a priests serving in Barcelona, Spain, at the Parroquia-Basílica de la Purísima Concepción y de la Asunción de Nuestra Señora.

Fr. Adam as a child saw his own future life against the backdrop of the future of the world. In this interview he explains what he saw concerning the Parousia, the Second Coming of Christ, as different from the Last Coming of Christ at the end of the world. At age 66 (2012) he is looking forward to events that will happen soon in our world, events he saw as a child and much later found out announced, for instance, in the message of Garabandal, Spain, or the writings of St. Faustina Kowalska.

Fr. Adam’s web page found here:

To read it in English ­-Google translation- here: