Message of Child Jesus of Prague
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Holy Thursday, April 1, 2021


In the Holy Host I see the Most Gracious Jesus as an Infant of Prague. He is wearing a golden crown and has dark curly short hair. The Lord is wearing a golden and white robe with a Host on His chest - the letters are JHS - and a golden mantle. Tendrils of thorns are embroidered on His mantle, each with a bud at the end. The King of Heaven is holding a sceptre in His right hand and a scroll in His left.  Now I can see how His mantle is gradually saturated with blood.

The Infant Jesus speaks:

"This is the mantle of My Precious Blood. In Gethsemane I shed Blood for you, dear souls, not only on the foresight of My Passion. I have done this for you so that you may stand firm in temptation.

Pray silently and remain silent until My tomb will open for you and you will celebrate My resurrection."

Now a ray of light is coming of Him. The King of Heaven speaks:

"Remain faithful to Me and be without fear. If you pray, sacrifice and make repartion, you will mitigate the wrath of the Eternal Father. Pray for the conversion of sinners.

This is My Word to you. I have already done this for you in Gethsemane. Strengthen yourselves through prayer, sacrifice and penance. Strengthen yourselves through My Holy Sacrifice on Cross. In this way I am coming to you, on the altars of the earth in the Catholic Church. She is My bride.

I look at My priests, at My successors. Do not prevent My Body to the souls. These souls are meant to last for ever, for the House of the Eternal Father.

Listen! This is My Word for you. All the reforms of the Church will not bring any salvation. They are of the world. Sacrifice, prayer, penance, My Sacrifice on the cross, this is what sanctify men. This will renew the Church, My bride.

Goodbye. Adieu."

Then I prayed: "O My Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fire of hell, lead all souls to heaven, especially those most in need of Your mercy. Amen."


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

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