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1. The Original Sin of Adam closed Heaven for all men (sanctifying grace was lost) ... Hell became the only possible destination for the immortal souls of men. 2. God re-opened Heaven by founding the Catholic Church and re-introducing sanctifying grace to men's souls ... the same grace which Adam and Eve had lost.
We are currently in the Great Apostasy (world-wide rejection of God's Catholic Dogma), these warnings apply:
3.Warning 1: A non-Catholic anti-Christ cult (the Vatican-2 heretic cult) took over all of our formerly Catholic properties on 8 December 1965 ... the "V-2 council" close date. 4.Warning 2: The buildings with Catholic signs out front are not Catholic Churches at this time. God has allowed the Mass to be taken away (Sections 88 and 90). 5.Warning 3:All those dressed up like Catholic bishops and priests are ... automatically excommunicated heretics against the Catholic Dogma (Sections 12 and 13.2). 6.Warning 4: You must verify for yourself that a heretic cult has taken over our formerly Catholic properties ... simply take the steps outlined in Section 21.5.
* Vatican-2-ists: You are automatically excommunicated from the Catholic Church … Abjuration to re-enter on Section 19.1 *
7. One can still be Catholic and get to Heaven with a proper baptism in water (Section 7) ... believing the Dogmas ... and keeping free from mortal sin (Section 10.1). 8. All grace, both actual and sanctifying grace, starts with God and comes into the world through the Blessed Virgin ... as Jesus Christ Himself did (Section 4). 9. The Old Testament Israelite religion was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled ... the "judaism" man-made fable started about 200 B.C. (Section 39.1). Jesus Christ was not a jew. 10. All heretics are in sin against the First Commandment (Section 8) ... and are headed for Hell ... with the pagans of the world (all those not properly baptized in water).
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Accounts (that we know of) of those brought back to life ... for Water Baptism
... Miraculous interventions for Baptisms
Catholic writing of 1 John 5:8 "And there are three that give testimony on earth: the Spirit, and the water, and the Blood: and these three are one."
Note: The Blood of Christ gives the power to the water (in baptism) to remit Original Sin so that the Holy Spirit can then be with the re-generated soul (now in a justified state). These three are one (inseparable from the others) ... there is no justification without water baptism.
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1. God has, on many occassions, brought people back to life for water baptism so that these souls could be brought into Heaven. God has also brought about baptism by other types of miraculous interventions.
2. These instances provide miraculous proofs of the Catholic Dogma that you must be baptized in water to get to Heaven is an eternal truth from Heaven.
3. God, at the request of intercessors, placed souls back into bodies (thereby re-animating them) because these souls could not enter Heaven without the remission of Original Sin, and the Baptismal mark on the soul.
4. Since nothing ever happens which is not in accordance with the will of God (good being done and evil permitted), if you could get to Heaven without water baptism why would God go through the "trouble" of bringing people back to life for water baptism?
5. God has the power to keep anyone's soul in their body until they get baptized in water. Likewise, if the person is among the elect and dies un-baptized (but is not yet judged), God has the power to place that person's soul back into their body for water baptism.
Joan of Arc, died 1431 A.D. >
Prayed with others to bring back to life an infant who had died without baptism.
In the town of Lagny-sur-Marne, French forces were putting up a fight against the English. It was here, in the midst of war that she and other virgins of the town were praying in a Church on behalf of a baby who had died to bring the baby back to life long enough to be baptized. The baby came to life, yawned three times, and was hastily baptized before dying again.
Saint Peter, died 67 A.D. >
"While he was chained to a pillar in the Mamertine prison in Rome, he baptized two of his guards, Processus and Martinian, with water which miraculously sprang up
from the ground within hands distance from St. Peter. These guards were also jailed with St. Peter and were to undergo execution the next day because they were converts.
Note: Their desire for baptism ("baptism of desire") and their martyrdom for the faith ("baptism of blood") was not going to be enough.
They needed to be baptized with "Water and the Holy Ghost" (Jn. 3:5). And God saw that they truly desired the Sacrament, so He provided it miraculously.
Saint Patrick, died c. 464 A.D. >
History also records that St. Patrick – who himself raised over 40 people from the dead – raised a number of people from the dead specifically in order to baptize them, something which was totally unnecessary if one can be saved without baptism.
"In all, St. Patrick brought to life some forty infidels in Ireland, one of whom was King Echu ...
On raising him from the dead, St. Patrick instructed and baptized him, asking what he had seen of the other world. King Echu told how he had actually beheld the throne prepared for him in Heaven because of his life of being open to the grace of Almighty God, but that he was not allowed to enter precisely because he was as yet unbaptized. After receiving the sacraments… (he) died instantly and went to his reward."
Various Saints >
"Many such saints have been recorded as resurrecting grown-ups specifically and exclusively for the Sacrament of Baptism, including:
St. Peter Claver, St. Winifred of Wales, St. Julian of Mans, St. Eleutherius, and others.
But even more have raised up little infants for the sacrament of salvation:
St. Gregory Nazianz, St. Hilary, St. Elizabeth, St. Colette, St. Frances of Rome, Joan of Arc, St. Philip Neri, St. Francis Xavier, St. Gildas, St. Gerard Majella to name a few."
Note: Regarding Joan of Arc -- the automatically excommunicated heretic "Benedict XV" did not have the jurisdcition to canonize Saints because he was outside of the Catholic Church for heresy. See Section 20 of this website.
Saint Peter Claver (died 1654 A.D.) and the event regarding Augustina >
"When Father Claver arrived at her deathbed, Augustina lay cold to the touch, her body already being prepared for burial. He prayed at her bedside for one hour, when suddenly the woman sat up, vomited a pool of blood, and declared upon being questioned by those in attendance: ‘I have come from journeying along a long road. After I had gone a long way down it, I met a white man of great beauty who stood before me and said: Stop! You can go no further.’ ...
On hearing this, Father Claver cleared the room and prepared to hear her Confession, thinking she was in need of absolution for some sin she may have forgotten. But in the course of the ritual, St. Peter Claver was inspired to realize that she had never been baptized.
He cut short her confession and declined to give her absolution, calling instead for water with which to baptize her. Augustina’s master insisted that she could not possibly need baptism since she had been in his employ for twenty years and had never failed to go to Mass, Confession, and Communion all that time (Augustina's master must have thought that she had already been baptized). Nevertheless, Father Claver insisted on baptizing her, after which Augustina died again joyfully and peacefully in the presence of the whole family."
Father De Smet >
The great "Apostle of the Rocky Mountains", Fr. Pierre De Smet, who was the extraordinary missionary to the American Indians in the 19th century.
Father De Smet, Dec. 18, 1839 >
"I have often remarked that many of the children seem to await baptism before winging their flight to heaven, for they die almost immediately after receiving the sacrament."
Father De Smet, Dec. 9, 1845 >
"... Over a hundred children and eleven old people were baptized. Many of the latter [the old people], who were carried on buffalo hides, seemed only to await this grace before going to rest in the bosom of God."
Saint Columbanus, died 615 A.D. >
In the life of the extraordinary Irish missionary St. Columbanus (543-615 A.D.), we read of a similar story of God’s providence getting all good willed souls to baptism.
"My sons, today you will see an ancient Pictish chief, who has faithfully kept the precepts of the natural law all his life, arrive on this island; he comes to be baptized and to die."
"Immediately, a boat was seen to approach with a feeble old man seated in the prow who was recognized as chief of one of the neighboring tribes. Two of his companions brought him before the missionary, to whose words he listened attentively. The old man asked to be baptized, and immediately thereafter breathed out his last breath and was buried on the very spot."
Father Point >
Fr. Point, S.J. was a fellow Jesuit Missionary to the Indians with Fr. De Smet in the 19th century. He tells a very interesting story about the miraculous resuscitation for baptism of a person who had been instructed in the Faith but apparently died without receiving the sacrament.
Father Point, S.J., quoted in The Life of Fr. De Smet, pp. 165-166 >
"One morning, upon leaving the Church I met an Indian woman, who said: ‘So-and-so is not well.’ She (the person who was not well) was not yet a catechumen and I said I would go to see her. An hour later the same person (who came and told him the person is not well), who was her sister, came to me saying she was dead. I ran to the tent, hoping she might be mistaken, and found a crowd of relatives around the bed, repeating, 'She is dead – she has not breathed for some time.' To assure myself, I leaned over the body; there was no sign of life. I reproved these excellent people for not telling me at once of the gravity of the situation, adding,
'May God forgive me!’ Then, rather impatiently, I said, 'Pray!' and all fell on their knees and prayed devoutly.
"I again leaned over the supposed corpse and said, 'The Black Robe is here: do you wish him to baptize you?' At the word baptism I saw a slight tremor of the lower lip; then both lips moved, making me certain that she understood. She had already been instructed, so I at once baptized her, and she rose from her bier, making the sign of the cross. Today she is out hunting and is fully persuaded that she died at the time I have recounted."
Note: This is another example of a person who had already been instructed in the Faith but had to be miraculously resuscitated specifically for the Sacrament of Baptism, and the miraculous resuscitation occurred at the moment that the priest pronounced the word "baptism".
Saint Francis De Sales, died 1622 A.D. >
In the life of St. Francis De Sales we also find a child miraculously raised from the dead specifically for the Sacrament of Baptism.
"A baby, the child of a heretic mother, had died without baptism. St. Francis had gone to speak to the mother about Catholic doctrine, and prayed that the child would be restored to life long enough to receive Baptism. His prayer was granted, and the whole family became Catholic."
Saint Stephen, died c. 33 A.D. (intervention of) >
"At Uzale, a woman had an infant son… Unfortunately, he died before they had time to baptize him. His mother was overwhelmed with grief, more for his being deprived of Life Eternal than because he was dead to her. Full of confidence, she took the dead child and publicly carried him to the Church of St. Stephen, the first martyr. There she commenced to pray for the son she had just lost. Her son moved, uttered a cry, and was suddenly restored to life. She immediately brought him to the priests; and, after receiving the Sacraments of Baptism and Confirmation, he died anew."
Miraculous intervention involving Baptism ... Cornelius the Centurion >
Catholic writing in Acts of the Apostles 10:3, 5, 19, 20, 47 > 3: "This man saw in a vision manifestly, about the ninth hour of the day, an Angel of God coming in unto him, and saying to him: Cornelius ..." 5: (The Angel states): "And now send men to Joppe, and call hither one Simon, who is surnamed Peter." 19: "The Spirit said to him: Behold three men seek thee." 20: "Arise, therefore, get thee down and go with them, doubting nothing: for I have sent them." 47: "Then Peter answered: Can any man forbid water, that these should not be baptized, who have received the Holy Ghost, as well as we?"
Miraculous intervention involving Baptism ... Saul of Tarsus (Catholic Saint Paul) >
Catholic writing in Acts of the Apostles 9:3, 4, 6, 17, 18 > 3: "And as he went on his journey, it came to pass that he drew nigh to Damascus; and suddenly a light from heaven shined round about him." 4: "And falling on the ground, he heard a voice saying to him: Saul, Saul, why persecutest thou me?" 6: "And he trembling and astonished, said: Lord, what wilt thou have me to do?" 17: "And Ananias went his way, and entered into the house. And laying his hands upon him, he said: Brother Saul, the Lord Jesus hath sent me." 18: "And immediately there fell from his eyes as it were scales, and he received his sight; and rising up, he was baptized."
Miraculous intervention involving Baptism ... Eunuch of Candace >
Catholic writing in Acts of the Apostles 8:26, 29, 35-38 > 26: "Now an angel of the Lord spoke to Philip, saying: Arise, go towards the south, to the way that goeth down from Jerusalem into Gaza." 29: "And the Spirit said to Philip: Go near, and join thyself to this chariot." 35: "Then Philip, opening his mouth, and beginning at this scripture, preached unto him Jesus." 36: "And as they went on their way, they came to a certain water; and the eunuch said: See, here is water: what doth hinder me from being baptized?" 37: "And Philip said: If thou believest with all thy heart, thou mayest. And he answering, said: I believe that Jesus Christ is the Son of God." 38: "And he commanded the chariot to stand still; and they went down into the water, both Philip and the eunuch: and he baptized him."
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Immaculate Heart of Mary
~ Pray the Rosary for essential graces ... see Section 4.1 of this website for instructions ~
~ Wear the Brown Scapular as the Blessed Virgin instructed us ... as Our Lady of Mount Carmel ~
Selected prophesies of the Blessed Virgin - & - Quotes on being devoted to the Blessed Virgin. (See also Section 4)
Ezechiel 44:2 > "This gate shall be shut … no man shall pass through it … the Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it."
Proverbs 8:35 > "He that shall find me (the Blessed Virgin), shall find life, and shall have salvation from the Lord."
St. Bonaventure, died 1274 > "No one ever finds Christ but with and through Mary. Whoever seeks Christ apart from Mary seeks Him in vain."
Genesis 3:15 > "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel."
Ecclesiasticus 24:25 > "In me is all grace of the way and the truth, in me is all hope of life and virtue."
St. Antoninus, died 1459 > "All graces that have ever been bestowed on men, all of them came through Mary."
St. John Damascene, died 749 > "Pure and Immaculate Virgin, save me and deliver me from eternal damnation."
Wisdom 7:26 > "For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty."
Ecclesiasticus 24:24 > "I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope."
St. Agnes, died 304 > "There is no one in the world who, if he asks for it, does not partake of the Divine mercy through the tenderness of Mary."
Proverbs 30:11-12 > "There is a generation that ... doth not bless their mother. A generation pure in their own eyes and yet not washed from their filthiness."
Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 > "Every grace and blessing possessed by the Church, all the treasures of light, holiness, and glory that abide in her, on earth as well as in Heaven, all are due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary."
St. Athanasius, died 373 > "Thou, O Lady, were filled with grace, so that thou might be the way of our salvation and the means of ascent into the heavenly kingdom."
Psalm 131:8 > "Arise, O Lord, into Thy resting place: Thou and the ark, which Thou hast sanctified." (The Blessed Virgin bodily in Heaven)
Truth of the super-natural order: All grace starts with God, goes to the hands of the Blessed Virgin, and then into the world. God (Grace Himself) came into the world by the Blessed Virgin, God never changes, all grace follows the same path to this day and until the end of the world.
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