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August 16th, 2018


From (Mrs.) IW @ USA

May God’s love envelope and hold you close!  On August 14th you wrote the following concerning doing His will or not doing it:

Those who, after being given the opportunity to learn about Him, do not strive to do His Will are bound to hell.... unless they make a sincere and quick "U-turn" before crossing the veil. In that case, Purgatory will be his/her home until the End of Time

Does this mean that if you love Him but sin and and ask and receive forgiveness that one will go to Heaven but will remain in Purgatory?

I ask for myself because I committed a serious sin in my life before I became a Catholic and received absolution.

I expected to spend much time in Purgatory separated from God but I didn’t think I was going to spend all of it in Purgatory. The thought of that makes me incredibly sad!

Can you please expound on this if time allows?


Oh, my dearest sister in Christ - Peace, Hope and no sadness!

First of all - Being in Purgatory until the End of Time only means that it is a long sentence but, at the End of Time, that soul will go on to Heaven and spend Eternity with God.

The "unless they make a sincere and quick 'U-turn' before crossing the veil." should have read "just before crossing the veil".

Now, every "sin" has a "price" even after it has been forgiven but.... therein is where the Mercy of God comes to our rescue. Think of the "Mercy of God" as "discount coupons" for the "price of sin".

As we published in our document on Divine Mercy:
Our Lord, speaking to Sister Faustina Kowalska in 1938, asked that the Feast of Divine Mercy be instituted on the first Sunday after Easter Sunday. We read in her diary (Nos. 299-300):

"...I desire that the first Sunday after Easter be the Feast of Mercy. Ask of my faithful servant (Faustina's Confessor) that, on this day, he tell the whole world of My great mercy; that whoever approaches the Fount of Life on this day will be granted complete remission of sins and punishment. +Mankind will not have peace until it turns with trust to My Mercy."

And I, miguel de Portugal, assure you that the above message is indeed from God, thus  IS true!

Also remember the unEvangelized criminal crucified next to Jesus. What did Jesus say to him?
Amen I say to thee, this day thou shalt be with me in paradise. [Luke 23:43]

The criminal sincerely acknowledged his sins, accepted the punishment as deserved and just, recognized Jesus for Who He was, claimed that Jesus did not merit any punishment and appealed to His Mercy.

Your past life? Your past sins? Just as He said: The worst sin that man may have ever committed is but a grain of sand when compared to the Oceans of His Mercy!

...and we personally vouch for that too!

So, dearest sister, continue to strive to live His Will and pray much for the souls of Purgatory who ended  there as the result of the abysmal Evangelization. They need us and, if we show our sincere love for them through prayers to shorten their time in Purgatory, God will certainly take a note of that and...
Wherefore I say to thee: Many sins are forgiven her, because she hath loved much. [Luke 7:47]
That is why it pains me so much to see what these "Evangelizers" from hell (as always, some exceptions are noted) have done for 1600 years - just enrich themselves, abuse our children and innocent adults and abandon our poor brethren to a miserable life before crossing the veil and after, when they end in Purgatory, a long sentence of suffering.

You have no idea how much that pains me.... which then makes me think of the Sorrows of Jesus and Mary because of that. Such thoughts have  moved us to offer a daily decade of the Rosary to console Them and pray The Gloria - in every Mass, not just on Sundays and on Feasts - as an act of consolation to Their Sorrows.

Please, let me know if we have answered you questions and concerns clear enough.

The Gospel for.... the first Mass celebrating the Assumption of our Heavenly Mother was from Luke 11:27-28:

While Jesus was speaking, a woman from the crowd called out and said to him, "Blessed is the womb that carried you and the breasts at which you nursed."

He replied, "Rather, blessed are those who hear the word of God and observe it."

Two key matters to note: (a) It is not just hearing the word of God but observing it what really matters; and (b) If one is not "blessed", in what state is one then?

According to, the opposite of "blessed" - which means not being in that state - is:

profane, unfavored, condemned, cursed, damned, despised, disapproved, scorned

Not a pretty picture, is it?

From miguel de Portugal

Some of you received from us yesterday a News Update headlining: FBI warns of imminent hack attack on ATM machines worldwide.

Our comment was:  Tragically the question that needs to be asked is: Is the US Shadow Government behind this to accelerate the world's fall into chaos? We would not be surprised at all!

Our readers may wonder how such a hack could accelerate the world's fall into chaos?

As it has frequently happens, God gave me a preview of that many years ago. Picture this...

Mid nineties, while in Nazare, Portugal, the ATM system of the entire country went down and stayed down for at least three hours. It was like a Zombie movie... people were walking around with their ATM card in their hands, glassy eyed, expressionless faces and looking for the next ATM machine to stick the card in. After a few trials they would walk into the nearest bank wherein they found glassy eyed employees with no answer because they had no idea what had happened or for how long it would stay like that.

Imagine the scene in the two major cities of Portugal - Lisbon and Porto.

Now, about 23 years later, the dependency on those ATM cards has increased tremendously and the negative consequences would be many times greater. Now, to that add the fact that the event we witnessed was just an innocent program error in the central computer. Imagine how it would be as the result of an evil hack.

Just a reminder that we are living on borrowed time!

In today's Gospel .... Matthew 18:21-19:1 - after Peter approached Jesus and asked Him: "Lord, if my brother sins against me, how often must I forgive him? As many as seven times? He responds: "I say to you, not seven times but seventy-seven times".

Unfortunately that is the Gospel that satan uses to keep the enablers enabling the destructive behavior of those whom they love.

Indeed Jesus' answer is not the result of a Scribe's or translator's mistake - it is true but only applicable to those who are truly striving to do things right.

Remember, God does not judge us on how Holy we are; He judges us on how much we sincerely try to sanctified ourselves.


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