NECESSARY PRAYERS IN THESE LAST DAYS OF THE APOSTASY
It is becoming more and more urgently clear every day the Apostasy we have been laboring under is getting closer to drawing to a close. The drama continues to climax, the Apostasy continues to worsen, the balloon will have to burst sometime as it is constantly inflated with dark and evil deeds. So many prophecies, including Daniel the prophet, tell us of the Abomination of Desolation and how the continual sacrifice will cease. More and more people are becoming aware that if we are not living in those days today we are certainly living through something equivalent. The crisis with Bishop Fellay has served to open eyes to the overall catastrophe which even now climbs the pinnacle and culminates in the Apostate "church". Some people are responding to God's grace without ever hearing of Bishop Fellay! So what are we to do? The prophecies tell us of the loss of the Mass. The overall loss of the priesthood since the changes of Vatican II means no Confession and no Communion. We are living it now. It is time to do Penance, make sacrifices and pray acts of Contrition and Spiritual Communion. Pray the Our Father making FERVENT petition to God the Father to "give us this day our daily Bread." Saint Teresa of Avila tells us it is because of this petition God allows His Son to remain with us. Too many Our Fathers were prayed in the past without piety. We need to offer reparation and ask God to put a final end to the Apostasy. Below you will find ESSENTIAL prayers which should be prayed every day. Especially Sundays. God be with you.
ACT OF CONTRITION
Examine your conscience and meditate on the passion of Jesus then say:
O My God! Confessing my guilt and with a contrite heart I kneel before Thee and Implore Thee to look upon me according to the multitude of Thy mercies. I detest and am heartily sorry for all my sins, not only because I dread the loss of heaven and the pain of hell, but also and principally because by them I have offended Thee, Who art infinitely good and deserving of all my love. I firmly resolve, with the help of Thy grace, to confess my sins and to amend my life. I acknowledge Thee, O God, to be the Supreme Good, and I love Thee with all my heart. Be merciful to me, a poor sinner. I beseech Thee, by the passion and death of Jesus Christ, Thy Son, to forgive me my sins. Amen.
My Jesus, I believe that Thou art truly present in the most blessed sacrament. I love Thee above all things and I desire to possess Thee within my soul. Since I am unable now to receive Thee sacramentally, come at least spiritually into my heart. I embrace Thee as being already there, and unite myself wholly to Thee; never, never permit me to be separated from Thee. ~Saint Alphonsus Ligouri
More prayers to come . . .