Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich: They must pray… for the Church of darkness to leave Rome

Blessed (Sister) Anne Catherine Emmerich was a mystic and stigmatist. She died 1824, Beatified 2004

Extra prayers to say just in case you are ever awake at midnight:

Although this message refers to the Church of St Mary Major in Rome, it is prophetic. We must “keep coming to the Church” by holding her up in our prayers.

August 25, 1820
“I do not know in what manner I was taken to Rome last night, but I found myself near the Church of St Mary Major, and I saw many poor people who were greatly distressed and worried because the Pope was to be seen nowhere, and also on account of the restlessness and the alarming rumors in the city. These people did not seem to expect the Church doors to open; they only wanted to pray outside. An inner urging had left them there individually. But I was in the Church, and I opened the doors. They came in, surprised and frightened because the doors had opened. It seems to me that I was behind the door, and they could not see me. There was no office on in the Church. But the sanctuary lamps were lit. The people prayed quite peacefully…”

“Then I saw an apparition of the Mother of God, and she said that the tribulation would be very great. She added that people must pray fervently with outstretched arms, be it only long enough to say three Our Fathers. This was the way her Son prayed for them on the Cross. They must rise at twelve at night, and pray in this manner; and they must keep coming to the Church. They must pray above all for the Church of Darkness to leave Rome…”

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