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"It will be like a little General Judgement."
"The confusion will be so general that men will not be able to think aright, as if God had withheld His Providence from mankind, and that, during the worst crisis, the best that can be done would be to remain where God has placed us, and persevere in fervent prayers ... At that time there will be such a terrible crisis (the 3 Days of Darkness) that people will believe that the end of the world has come. Blood will flow in many large cities. The very elements will be convulsed. It will be like a little General Judgement."
Prophecy of Fr. Nectou, S.J., 18th c. (Note: make sure you have a VALIDLY blessed bees wax candle for the 3 Days of Darkness Chastisement. This will stay lit & protect you, your loved ones, and property from harm. -TCW)

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Papal Restoration Staff Member | Reply 19.03.2014 13.56

"The Saints fasted, toiled, and wept, not only for the love of God, but for fear of damnation. How shall we, with our self-indulgent lives and unexamined consciences, face the judgment seat of Christ?" From "The Little Pictorial Lives of the Saints" 1925

Joell Hedges | Reply 09.09.2013 18.49

And yet they will not believe. May Almighty God have mercy on them. Pray for the lost souls.

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