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"Paris will be burned" ---- Our Lady of La Salette: Collapsed Spire, Collapsed Catholic Civilization. How the Notre Dame Fire is an Image of the Real Church's Situation Today.

 


April 15, 2019







The Spire of Notre-Dame Collapses.


 
 "Paris will be burned."
 
  "France, Italy, Spain and England will be in war; blood will flow in the streets; Frenchman will fight with Frenchman, Italian with Italian; subsequently there will be a general war which will be appalling. For a time, God will no longer be mindful of France or Italy, because the Gospel of Jesus Christ is no longer known. The wicked will deploy all their malice."
 
 "Rome will lose the Faith and become the Seat of the Antichrist."
 
 Dr. Chojnowski: The 3 prophecies above, all coming from the Secret entrusted to Melanie by Our Lady at La Salette, seem to speak about our own day. The most important thing in Paris has now catastrophically burnt, the stage is set or it is on-going, for massive civil unrest. Frenchman is already Fighting Frenchman and Italy does not seem to be far behind. Is this the time in which, "God will no longer by mindful of France or Italy, because the Gospel of Jesus Christ is no longer known." The wicked are not only "deploy[ing] their malice," but enshrining their malice towards God and Human Nature into the Law. And, what can we say, Rome has already lost the Faith. Done Deal. Cannot be denied. 
 
 
 

The Still Remaining High Altar with Statue of Our Lady of Sorrows. The Novus Ordo table stands amidst...and looks like, the rubble.
 Who can deny that the scenes from Paris today remind us strongly of our situation in our contemporary period. As Catholics we have witnessed the destruction of the edifice of the Catholic Church and Christendom, built up for 2,000 years. A catastrophic, life-threatening fire has broken out. It broke out in 1962 with the beginning of Vatican II. Within THE VATICAN II DOCUMENTS THEMSELVES, there were teachings and ideas which are destructive by their very nature and will consume and collapse anything and anyone unfortunate enough to get in its way. While the physical fire at Notre-Dame today consumed most of the interior of the church in 60 min., reducing it to ash, the faith and institutional life of Catholics has been reduced to ash over a 60 year slow burn. Reduced to ash none the less. 

What would we say to those who would insist that we stay within the burning and collapsing structures? As in Paris today, not even the firemen can stay inside. The flames were too hot and deadly. We can spray water cannons from the outside of the collapsing structure. But we dare not go in. Now those that pray must pray from outside, gazing at a safe distance at the inferno raging in what once was a place of repose and sanctuary. No more. Not for a while. Through the Mercy of Our Lord and the prayers of Our Lady, the valiant ones took out from the ruins the objects representing and presenting Our Lord to us. His Crown has been saved; the sacred cloth from the sainted king of France has been saved. The Kingship of Christ and Kingship amongst men, symbolized by the relic of the Crown of Thorns and the Cloak of St. Louis, have been rescued from the consumed structure, in order to satisfy and strengthen the Faithful. The high altar was preserved for another day. It will be gloriously used again. What is most important though is that FAITH still exists. It was shown on the streets of Paris today. Some faith, a faith that recognizes our own profound dependency on God, was held up in the tears of the people of Paris today. Our God is the God of Reality. I have thought for decades now that only a shock back to the Real would turn the human mind back to God and His Holy Mother. Being-Itself, I AM WHO AM, the God Who died a gory death on the Cross, calls us to awaken to our condition. Awaken man, weep and pray on your knees. Awaken man, awaken and, by God, get OUT OF THAT BURNING CHURCH. We wait for you, kneeling in the street.


Crown of Thorns Saved from Paris Conflagration.


Cloak of St. Louis Also Saved. St. Louis Was the French King Who brought the Sacred Relics of the Passion to Notre-Dame.


Praying Outside Notre-Dame, When All Hope Seemed Lost.

And Which French Freemason promises to "rebuild" the church of Notre-Dame? Remember the two or three Italian Freemasons who wanted to do the same thing?


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  • From CNN.com

    Those looking for hope amid the devastation of Notre Dame will be heartened by French President Emmanuel Macron's assurance that the French will "rebuild together," and immediate fundraising efforts leading to pledges of 50 million euros ($56 million) and 200 million euros ($226 million) from Paris' City Hall and the luxury goods and fashion house LVMH, respectively.
    Assuming the requisite funding is found, how will the process be carried out?
    Before distinguishing between the salvageable and the unrecoverable, immediate steps will need to be taken to prevent further damage, architectural historian and broadcaster Jonathan Foyle explains.
    "It's already a wet building because of the water that's been pumped on it, so they're going to need to provide some kind of cover from the elements," he told CNN.
    "The roof's job was to discharge thousands of tons of water, so where's that going to go? Every time it rains it's going to cause damage at this point, so it's a war of attrition now."
    French authorities will ultimately need to take a series of design decisions over how best to rebuild. To do so, they will need to better understand how the medieval cathedral was constructed in the first place.
    But the goal of restoration is not always to replicate the past, and modern tastes and technologies may influence how damaged structures are reimagined.

    Yeah, they might throw in a minaret or two, to please the Muslims and acknowledge the 50% Muslim reality of modern-day Paris.
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  • Please correct me if I'm mistaken, but I recall Bp. Williamson saying in his lectures that the Freemasons managed the Catholic Church's properties in Europe, especially France.   If this is true, it means they would have easy access to destroy Notre Dame Cathedral.
    "Some preachers will keep silence about the truth, and others will trample it underfoot and deny it. Sanctity of life will be held in derision even by those who outwardly profess it, for in those days Our Lord Jesus Christ will send them not a true Pastor but a destroyer."  St. Francis of Assisi

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  • Please correct me if I'm mistaken, but I recall Bp. Williamson saying in his lectures that the Freemasons managed the Catholic Church's properties in Europe, especially France.   If this is true, it means they would have easy access to destroy Notre Dame Cathedral.
    You might be thinking of something related to this: "In 1905 the French government passed a law stipulating “the separation of churches and the state, and unilaterally abrogating the terms of the 1801 Concordat. According to Sheridan Gilley while claiming to guarantee freedom of worship, the law kept religion under state regulation.[4] The act stipulated that all Church property be turned over to "associations" of lay people."

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     Lastly, in 1905, Church and State were radically and brutally separated by a former seminarian who had become a Freemason, Emile Combes.  All the churches, parsonages, bishops’ residences, seminaries were confiscated, and the State suppressed any financial support to the Church.  Thanks to the vigilance and the energy of St. Pius X, the reaction of French Catholics was unanimous, and they mobilized to defend their Church, thus learning how to live on their own resources and support their priests and churches out of their own pockets. 

     

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