Message of Child Jesus of Prague
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The Great Message of the Infant Jesus of Sievernich
to humanity
March 21, 2020


The Infant Jesus appeared, as I know Him as Infant of Prague, with crown, in the robe and mantle of His Pprecious Blood, embroidered with red and gold brocade. He came to me with a folded cloth and the Golden Book. He unfolded  the cloth  and instructed Me to kneel on it and pray the Lord's Prayer.

Then He blessed Me on my forehead with the sign of a cross and I should pray "In the Name of the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit..."  He looked into my eyes, holding my chin for a time, which means, His hand was under my chin.

Then He said:

"I will allow My people, all mankind, to go through a time of penance, as I have often announced it to you. They have forgotten Me, their Lord; I will allow that you will abstain My Body, My Flesh and Blood.  My will for you is that you ask Me to come to you spiritually.

Every day I was giving Myself to humanity as a sacrifice. Did you appreciate My sacrifice? Instead of Me idols entered My sanctuary. My Word was no longer observed and was interpreted at your will.  The Holy Scriptures have been changed by you.

A time of penance and reflection will strengthen My Faithful ones. For humanity it is a call for conversion and repentance of their sins.

I Am with you and Shall not abandon you. Ask for My help and sanctify yourselves in prayer. This time is time of pleading. The time of your demanding is over.

If humanity doesn´t convert after this period of penance, I will tilt My scepter upon the humanity. This is My call to you, not the intention to punish you. I wish to save you for the eternal life.

So much has happened; and I have looked at humanity, at My Church. I have sent My Most Holy Mother to you, and Her word was rejected, like was rejected My Body. I wish My Body in sanctified hands, and you hand It out like a meal, a piece of bread, which everyone can acquire.

I Myself Am the High Priest of the Eternal Father and have established the priesthood. You should preserve it through all your life, through all generations. How do you treat My legacy (*)? Do you preserve the priesthood in My Name?

It was not the world that instituted the priesthood. Therefore, it can never be from the world. I have instituted it for the world, so that I may Be with you through My priests und you may be strengthened by the sacraments of My Church. The priesthood cannot be acquired in secular manner. However, many people want to create everything according to their own wishes.

Because of the great transgressions of My ordained priests, I have allowed their humiliation.

I have seen the flame of My Love extinguished in their hearts. It is an abomination to Me when My priests secularize. They ought to serve only one Lord, to serve Me. I have allowed the time of penitence and repentance, so that you may look inward and keep in mind you are not God.”

Infant Jesus now came with His face close to my face.

"Your sins cry out to Heaven," He says. "Your impiety, the murder of the smallest in your womb, the exploitation of human beings and My creation, the wars, your lack of love are based only on your hard-heartedness.

Fall on your knees in in your houses and pray the rosary. Pray to My Precious Blood. Pray the act of contrition arising from love. You can save the world through your repentance, contrition and conversion, through your prayer. Repent!“

He kissed me on the forehead and blessed me. Then I saw Him no more.


This message is being announced without prejudice to the judgment of the Roman Catholic Church.

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(*) What is the difference between an inheritance and a legacy?

 A person inherits as a heritage all rights and obligations and thus becomes the legal successor. A legacy, however, does not leave a person or an organization an entire heritage, but e.g. a certain amount of money, a fixed percentage of the inheritance. It can be a picture, a piece of furniture or a car. Whoever inherits is obliged to surrender the legacy.


see:  1 Cor 11, 23-32

23 For the tradition I received from the Lord and also handed on to you is that on the night he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took some bread,24 and after he had given thanks, he broke it, and he said, 'This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.'25 And in the same way, with the cup after supper, saying, 'This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Whenever you drink it, do this as a memorial of me.'26 Whenever you eat this bread, then, and drink this cup, you are proclaiming the Lord's death until he comes.27 Therefore anyone who eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord unworthily is answerable for the body and blood of the Lord.

Unworthy communion:

28 Everyone is to examine himself and only then eat of the bread or drink from the cup; 29 because a person who eats and drinks without recognising the body is eating and drinking his own condemnation.30 That is why many of you are weak and ill and a good number have died.31 If we were critical of ourselves we would not be condemned,32 but when we are judged by the Lord, we are corrected by the Lord to save us from being condemned along with the world.


Act of contrition arising from love (perfect contrition) according to Cathechism of St. Robert Bellarmin

One speaks to the Lord with a sincere heart:

„My God, You are the infinite goodness and worthy to be loved above all. That's why I love You with all my heart and above all. That's why I regret and it pains me with all my heart to have offended You. With Your Most Holy Grace, I am determined never to offend You again.“

Further from the Catholic Catechism of Robert Bellarmine:

„Whoever makes an act of perfect contrition, to him is the sin immediately forgiven, even if he is still obliged to confess it in due time.“

Further more: „If a person is in danger of death without confession, how can he free himself from sin?“

„He could free himself with an act of perfect contrition.“

(Source: Page 59, Robert Bellarmin: Katechismen, Glaubensbekenntnis, Vater Unser, Echter Verlag, 2008, Würzburg, ISBN 978-3-42903046-9. Translated and edited by Andreas Wollbold. )