Please take a short time to read over a few quotes from the dialogue between Jesus, Mary and St. Bridget, All that Jesus and Mary say goes along so much with the true traditional Catholicism we are trying to defend today. What is contained in this dialogue also totally debunks progressive “Catholicism”.
He clearly states that the Holy Mass is the Sacrifice of His pure and sinless body.
“I allowed my pure and sinless body to be wounded from the foot to the head, and to be crucified for all the sins of mankind. That same body is now offered each day on the altar so that mankind might love me more and remember my great deeds more often.”
Jesus is infinitely Merciful and always ready to forgive repentant sinners who are truly sorry and have made firm resolution and begun actions so as to never sin again. But He is just as infinitely just to those who love the world, the flesh and who listen to the devil. They will all be damned for all eternity in the horrors (He describes them) of hell with the devils.
“The devil really is a robber, since he steals for himself, by way of evil temptations, bad councils, and false promises, the human soul that I redeemed with my blood.”
Jesus has given Mary, His mother great great powers to help us and to save us from the devil.
“All the demons, however, shudder with fear at the name of Mary! When they hear the name, “Mary”, they immediately release a soul out of the claws with which they had held her. Just as a bird or hawk, with its claws and beak embedded into its prey, releases it immediately if it hears a sound, but soon returns when it sees that no action follows, so do the demons – frightened when they hear my name – release the soul. But they return and fly back as fast as an arrow if no improvement follows.the devil releasing him from his habitual sins if only he invokes my name with the true intention of never returning to his evil deeds.”
Here are some more quotes from this great mystic.
“Love me with all your heart since I, who created you, did not spare any of my limbs in suffering for your sake! Yet, I love your soul so dearly that, rather than losing you, I would let myself be crucified again
Imitate my humility; for I, the King of glory and of angels, was clothed in ugly, wretched rags and stood naked at the pillar and heard all kinds of insults and ridicule with my own ears.
Your soul shall be so inflamed and filled with me, and I will be in you, so that everything worldly becomes bitter to you and all fleshly lusts like poison.
And if you now are troubled and afraid about the burden and difficulty of work and sickness, then consider how difficult and painful it is to burn in hell!
I am a righteous and merciful judge; for I do not let even the least sin go unpunished, nor the least good go unrewarded.
For just as the men who are hanged on gallows are devoured by ravens, they will also be devoured by demons, yet not die. Just as those who are punished in the stocks have no rest, they too, will have pain and bitterness all around them. The most burning river will flow into their mouths, but their bellies will not be filled, and their punishment will be renewed each day.
If their Lord endured beatings and torture, it is not too much for them to endure words and contradictions.
The second devil sits in his heart and is like a worm lying inside an apple. The worm first eats the core of the apple and then leaves its filth there and crawls around inside the whole apple until it is completely useless. This is what the devil does: First, he destroys the man’s will and good desires, which are like the core where all the soul’s strength and all goodness reside, and when the heart has been emptied of these goods, the devil then leaves in their place in his heart worldly thoughts and desires that he had loved more.
Their heart is full of vile worms, that is, full of worldly desires. The devil has left his filth in their mouths, and that is why my words do not please them.
Mary asked the devil: “Tell me, could these three sins, namely, sensuality, gluttony, and greed, exist together in a heart at the same time as the three good deeds of remorse, sorrow, and the resolution to improve oneself?” The devil answered: “No.”
Jesus explains how His Church is to be built.
I want to explain to you the meaning of the house that I want to build. This house is the life of purity, and I myself, who created all things and through whom all has been made and exists, am its foundation. There are four walls in this house. The first is my justice, by which I will judge those who are adversarial to this house. The second wall is the wisdom by which I will enlighten the builders of this house with my knowledge and understanding. The third wall is my power, by which I will strengthen them against the temptations of the devil. The fourth wall is my mercy, which receives everyone who prays for it. In this wall is the door of grace through which all, who pray for it, are accepted in. The roof of this house is the love with which I cover the sins of those who love me so that they will not be judged for their sins. The window of the roof, whereby the sun enters, is the thought and consideration of my mercy, and through it the warmth of my Divinity is let in to the builders of the house. But that the wall should be strong and big means that no one is able to undermine my words or overthrow them. That the wall should be moderately high means that my wisdom can be understood and perceived in part, but never fully. The simple but clear windows mean that my words are simple, yet through them the light of divine knowledge is let into the world. The moderately high roof means that my words shall be revealed, not in an incomprehensible way, but in an understandable way that one may easily perceive and comprehend.
Jesus explains the mystery of the fall of Adam and Eve.
After the disobedience was enacted, my angel came over them and they were ashamed over their nakedness, and they immediately experienced the lust and desire of the flesh and suffered hunger and thirst. Then they also lost Me who alone was all their good and pleasure and perfect delight.
the devil rejoiced over their perdition and fall, I was moved with compassion for them and did not abandon them but showed them a threefold mercy: I clothed them when they were naked and gave them bread from the earth. And for the sensuality the devil had aroused in them after their disobedience, I gave and created souls in their seed through my Divinity.”
In the end, those who do not heed Jesus’ words will have this to say: “Woe, that we were ever conceived or born! Woe, that we ever provoked the Lord of majesty to wrath!”
The original author of this blog passed away in July of 2016. RIP Father Carota.