Image of the convent (Couvent des Clarisses Urbanistes de Fougères)
where the seer Jane Le Royer (Sister of the Nativity) resided.
PROPHECY OF JANE LE ROYER,
IN RELIGION SISTER OF THE NATIVITY.
JANE LE ROYER was born on the twenty-fourth
day of January, 1731, in the village of Beaulot,
diocese of Rennes, in Brittany, France. She entered
into the Monastery of St. Clare of Fougeres, called
Urbanists. Her religious name was Sister of the Nativity
She died on the 15th of August, 1798.
This holy sister was entirely illiterate. Many years
the event she foretold the great French Revolu-
tion, and the horrible injuries
caused to religion, more
particularly in France.
In the year 1790, Sister
of the Nativity, by com-
mand of God, manifested all her visions and provisions
to the Spiritual Director
of the monastery, the Abbe
Genet, in fifty conferences, who wrote them down. She
used to say, "The knowledge of these things shall
contribute to the salvation of many souls, and form a
treasure for the faithful for the last age of the world."
Through the care and exertions of the Abbe Genet, the
collection of the revelations and predictions of that ven-
erable sister were published several times in France,
and translated into the Italian and German languages.
We could give long extracts, but prefer brevity and
we select the following important
passages, which have more immediate relation to the
"My father, God has manifested to me the malice
of Lucifer, and the perverse and diabolical intentions of
his emissaries (secret societies) against the Holy Church
of Jesus Christ. At the command of their master these
wicked men have traversed the earth like furies, with,
the intention of preparing the way and the place for
Antichrist, whose reign is approaching. Through the
corrupted breath of this proud spirit they have poi-
soned the minds
of men. Like persons infected with
pestilence, they have reciprocally communicated the evil
to each other, and the contagion has become general.
[Is not here well described the pestilential influenoe
of the International sect?]
"What convulsions ! what scandals!
"The thick vapors which I have seen rising from
earth, and obscuring the light of the sun, are the false
maxims of irreligion and of license (falsely called lib-
erty), which in part originated in France, and in part
came to us from abroad. These have succeeded in con-
sound principles, and in spreading every-
where such darkness as to obscure the light both of
faith and of reason. The storm began in France,
shall be the first theatre of its ravages, after having
been its forge.
"But the Church in council assembled shall one day strike
with anathemas, pull down and destroy the evil princi-
ples of that criminal constitution.
"I saw in God's essence a numerous assembly of min-
isters of the Church, who, like an army in battle array,
and like a firm and unflinching column, shall sustain
of the Church, and of their head,
re-establish its ancient discipline. ...
what joy, for all the truly faithful! ...
"I saw in the Divinity a great power, guided by
the Holy Spirit, which shall restore right and order.
(France through its great monarch.)
"All false religions shall be abolished.
All the abuses of
the Revolution shall be destroyed; the altars shall be re-
established, and religion shall more than ever flourish."
(SOURCE: "THE CHRISTIAN TRUMPET; PREVISIONS AND PREDICTIONS ABOUT IMPENDING GENERAL CALAMITIES, THE UNIVERSAL TRIUMPH OF THE CHURCH, THE COMING OF ANTICHRIST, THE LAST JUDGMENT, AND THE END OF THE WORLD." COMPILED BY PELLEGRINO, PP. 111-113, 1873)
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