I was rereading through a few pages of a book on purgatory and I came to a chapter which tells the story of a Franciscan Nun living in Foligno, Italy, called Sr. Teresa Gesta. On November 4, 1859, she died suddenly of a stroke of apoplexy and 12 days later her soul appeared to Sr. Anna Felicia in the sacristy of the Convent. I quote from the book:
"Then the room was filled with a thick smoke, and the spirit of Sister Teresa appeared, moving towards the door and gliding along by the wall. Having reached the door, she cried aloud, 'Behold a proof of the mercy of God.' Saying these words, she struck the upper panel of the door and there left the print of her right hand, burnt in the wood as with a red-hot iron. She, then, disappeared."
The Sisters of the community came to see what was happening after hearing Sr. Felicia calling for help and when they had gathered around her they were astonished to find a strong odor of burnt wood.
This story reminded me of the time I was staying with an old friend for a couple days at his apartment in the Bronx, NY. I had come all the way down from Buffalo, NY to Newark Airport, NJ as I had a flight booked to travel back to Ireland for a while. It was during the time of the volcano eruption in Iceland when the huge thick cloud of ash covered Europe causing flight disruptions for months. My flight kept getting cancelled so I decided to go stay with my friend until I was able to get rescheduled. Some months earlier I came across Bro. Michael on YouTube and from there I started getting more familiar with MHFM's material before I became totally convinced that John Paul II and Benedict XVI etc. were Antipopes and that the post-Vatican II "Church" was actually the Counter Church; although, I still had a lot to learn. It was around this time the new documentary came out, The Third Secret of Fatima, The Imposter Sister Lucia and The End of the World. I remember watching this documentary in my apartment in Buffalo stunned and then thinking of my relatives back in Ireland saying to myself something like: 'this will definitely convince them about what's happening. They will have to believe now.' I could hardly wait to get the DVDs to them (I had already recommended your channel and information). So I ordered a bunch and packed them in my suitcase to take with me on my trip.
I landed at my friend's basement level studio apartment and after a while, if I remember correctly, I began telling him and the girl who was with him all about the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, the vision of Hell and of all the new information I had recently come across on what happened to the Church since Vatican II. They listened to me and so we decided to watch the new DVD on Fatima. After a while we paused it and my friend and the girl went over to the kitchen area as we were all discussing what was happening in the documentary. Suddenly they started smelling a strong, pleasant and sweet scent like flowers in the air. They were saying things like, "what's that smell?", "where's that coming from?", "do you smell that?", "it smells like flowers!", "flowers!". I said I couldn't smell anything of the sort. I started walking around to see if I could smell what they were smelling and I could not. Well they were adamant that they smelled a beautiful scent in the air. They began opening drawers, doors, cabinets, searching for where the smell was coming from and couldn't find the source. This went on for about five, maybe ten minutes and then the smell went away. We were all amazed and couldn't figure out what just happened. We sat back down and began playing the DVD again. My friend eventually fell asleep but the girl watched all the way to the end and so did I. I don't know what ever became of the girl for she moved back to Ireland not long after and never returned. My old friend is still the same today and has never converted. But what's interesting is that, a couple years ago, he fell through a roof in a construction site from a height of about thirty feet and got up and walked away with only a few cuts and bruises. My cousin fell from a balcony in Spain from a height of only about fifteen feet and he was killed outright.
Well, I just wanted to share this story with you as it has always stayed with me and I do believe it's connected in some way to the work of Most Holy Family Monastery.
And it’s so obvious that there is no pandemic. Even with so many people ditching their masks there hasn’t been any increase in “cases.” Such people are of such incomprehensible bad will.
… the Apocalypse is telling us of the false Vatican II Church.
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