Eucharistic Experience  
 

31ST MAY, 1965

May 31, 1965 by Ida Peerdeman

During Holy Communion the Sacred Host became active again on my tongue. I saw a pair of lips with a finger across. The finger made the sign of the Cross at those lips. Then I heard the voice say “Thus it is all right.”

There was a pause and after that I heard,

“Go to Pope Paul and tell him in the name of ‘the Lady of All Nations:’

“This is the last warning before the end of the Council. The Church of Rome is in danger of a schism.

“Warn your priests. Let them put a stop to those false theories about the Eucharist, sacraments, doctrine, priesthood, marriage age family-planning. They are being led astray by the spirit of untruth – by Satan — and confused by the ideas of modernism. Divine teaching and laws are valid for all time and newly applicable to every period.

“Keep the primacy in your own hands. Grasp the meaning of ‘ these my words: the Church of Rome must remain the Church of Rome.

“Do what the Lord has demanded of you—in sending Me, the Lady or Mother of All Nations. You are the Pope who has  selected for this work. Let the nations say the prayer before My picture and the Holy Spirit will come! A Church or a people without a Mother is like a body without a soul.

“This period is now coming at an end.”

There followed a pause after which I heard, “Go and take the following message to your Bishop in person: give back to the faith­ful their devotion to ‘the Lady of All Nations’ and grant permission for the building of the church I have shown.”

Then the finger was withdrawn from the lips and the whole vision vanished from my eyes.

Then again I heard, “Listen well and hand this on to your Bishop: the time is now at hand. Tell your pastors to remain united in ‘doctrine.’ —This is the last warning from the Lord.”
There was a pause and then the voice said very slowly and softly,

“The time is now at hand.”

(During the entire communication the Sacred Host remained active on my tongue. A feeling of great sadness came over me and I also noticed that all this was said with emphasis and that the voice sounded very sad.)

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