Our Lady of Emmitsburg
To the World
through Gianna Sullivan
July 03, 1997
My dear little children, praised be Jesus!
My little ones, pray for the Church and the Pope.
The Church is being attacked by Satan at every level.
There is great indifference which has caused her to be persecuted.
Because of the lack of family prayer, vocations to priestly and religious life are few.
Many youth are no longer taught of the tremendous importance, power and blessing to be a servant of God.
The destruction of the family unit through divorce has affected the Church.
Children’s values are being threatened, and their very existence are in danger through the support of abortion.
They are growing in a world of indifference and are exposed to moral impurity.
As a result they will not consider religious life.
Many priests today are overwhelmed with administrative duties, and as a result their prayer life has been jeopardized.
The Church does not need priests and religious who do not pray.
Prayer and reflection is essential to fighting the persecutions of the Church.
The laity of the Church have become far too demanding on the parish priests.
Many have lost their respect and have lifted their heads from the yoke of God’s obedience.
They desire the freedom to endorse their enticements and actions, even if they know it would compromise living the Word of God.
As a result they persecute the Church through their lack of discipline, lack of prayer and disobedience in adhering to the Pope’s wishes.
There are many people who even view the Pope as the Antichrist.
His Cross is heavy. The evil attacks continue to crash upon the Church.
I invite you to pray for the Church and to pray for enlightenment of your own actions so that further persecution of the Church might be prevented.
Come into the refuge of my Immaculate Heart and live in God’s Light.
Unite, little children, in prayer, and be one flock.
God loves you and desires you to know what true liberty entails.
I bless you in the Name of Jesus. Peace to you.
Thank you for responding to my call.