This is a question which at this time, while the preparation for the Roman Catholic Sponsored Jubilee Celebration is reaching a fever pitch, is in many hearts around the world. This question rightfully demands an answer. We will attempt to provide it.
Our Lord Jesus Christ frequently spoke in parables. We are doing so again today for the very same reasons.
We wish to share with you two documents
related to the Marian Movement of Priests. One is an e-mail1 from Rev. Albert Roux to the above
quoted reader and the second is our letter to
Rev. Albert Roux in response to said e-mail.
We must remember that there is only one Lord Jesus Christ and one Virgin Mary, His Mother, and that the Holy Scriptures are the legacy of a Loving and Living God to guide His children until the End of These Times.
Therefore, all Marian messages must be consistent with the Holy Scriptures and among each other. The words of Our Lady of Lourdes must be coherent with the words of Our Lady of Fatima, La Salette, etc., etc.
Further, we cannot reach the moment of the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ without living through the prophesies foretold in the Holy Scriptures in their entirety. There shall be no exceptions. Our Suffering Jesus could not expire until He had been given wine-vinegar to drink so that the Scriptures would be completely fulfilled. It is not any different now.
The keys to the Biblical Puzzle for the End of These Times may be found at The Sequence of Events Leading to the End of These Times.
In the above referred documents the reader may find the answers to his/her questions regarding the years 1998 and 2000, the current position of the Marian Movement of Priests [according to its United States Director - Rev. Albert Roux] and the Glorious Return of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
NOTE Added on September 25, 2000
The document you have read was published by The M+G+R Foundation in the Spring of 1999. It seems to have had an effect on the MMP interpretation of the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart and its timing (1) . Their new version posted in the MMP-USA Site on September 13, 2000 reads as follows:
The triumph is not to be confounded with the transformation of the heavens and the earth, nor should it be confused with the return of Jesus. Her triumph is the fulfillment of her mission, the acknowledgment by the Church of all her titles, her privileges, and her rightful place in the mystery of Redemption, and finally in the crushing of the ancient serpent's head with her heel (the army of her little ones prepared by her). At that moment, Our Lady's mission is successfully completed and her triumph finally achieved, thus preparing the way for the return of Jesus to establish his kingdom on earth. May it be soon!
We will keep our readership informed as the definition of the Triumph of The Immaculate Heart of Mary and the Second Coming of Our Lord Jesus Christ changes to fit the particular need of the Marian Movement of Priests at the moment. (2)
We understand how confusing events may appear to many. That is the way it was intended to be by God to assist in the separation between the wheat and the chaff. He does not cause the confusion; He allows it. A sobering example and warning as to how He allows confusion may be found in 1 Kings 22:1-38.
Only by remaining in intimate communion
with the Holy Spirit humanity will be able to discern the truth as we
approach the Glorious Return of Our Lord Jesus Christ.
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