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Speaking of Kings, a certain blogger who opposes the Era of Peace (erroneously referring to it as Millenarianism) has just published a nearly 3,000 word tirade against Mark Mallett and myself for allegedly “ignoring” the prophecies of the Great Catholic Monarch (despite the fact that we explicitly acknowledged them in our last webcast, which this blogger himself links to). Remember that the various attacks against the Era — promoted by this blogger and a few others — are completely refuted in Part Three of the free eBook, The Crown of Sanctity and, more recently, in the video I mentioned in my last post on CountdownToTheKingdom, embedded again below.
[On Amillennialism: While I address this point in the video and the book, I’d like to here briefly draw attention to the fact that the Kingdom on Earth — the Reign of the Divine Will — the Imminent Glorious Era of Universal Peace — need not have anything to do with Millennial beliefs at all, one way or the other. Augustine’s Amillennialism certainly has much truth and wisdom in it (happy feast of St. Augustine, by the way!). And although I do not think Amillenialism has the whole truth, nevertheless you can, if you really must, side 100% with Augustine and his Amillennialism — which he presented as a mere opinion that anyone is free to disagree with while still maintaining orthodoxy — and still 100% believe in this Glorious Era of Peace on account the unanimous consensus of private revelation, papal Magisterium, and above all, the Our Father prayer itself. The teachings of most of the other Fathers of the Church on the Millennial Era in accordance with Revelation 20 are certainly a nice reminder of the truth of the Era, but are by no means necessary to be 100% certain of the coming of the Era.]
As I said in the webcast, I do not focus on prophecies of the Great Catholic Monarch simply because my goal in writing on eschatological matters is not to arbitrarily speculate about what is coming, but rather to spiritually prepare my readers for what is coming and encourage them to participate in bringing about its arrival. It just so happens that there is little or nothing that you need to do to prepare for the Great Catholic Monarch or bring about his emergence. (There is much, on the other hand, that you must do to prepare for the Warning, Chastisements, and Era of Peace.)
I do believe in the prophecies of the Great Catholic Monarch.
However, as a number of contradictions exist between these prophecies, I have not bothered to delve deeply into them in order to present a coherent picture; it simply hasn’t appeared to me to be worth the time. The Monarch may arise any day now, and help prepare the Church and the World for the reign of the Antichrist and cause a sort of a mini-Era of Peace to occur beforehand (though I prefer to refer to it as a “reprieve” or, as Mark Mallett puts it well, an “eye of the storm”), that is, before the Great Chastisements and Glorious Era of Peace. Though some seers have referred to this reprieve as being quite short — perhaps only several weeks long — that is by no means so lofty a prophecy as to be considered an inseparable element of the “prophetic consensus,” and I see no reason to outright dismiss the notion that it could be much longer. Another popular Catholic Eschatological Timeline now making the rounds is extremely similar to the one we have up at CountdownToTheKingdom, with the only major difference being that, instead of a “reprieve,” it refers to a “minor Era of Peace.” If that floats your boat, go with it — though I personally continue to prefer how we have it shown on CTTK.
Indeed, the world and the Church are now in desolation, and I see no reason to despair of hoping that a great Catholic Monarch would arise to help facilitate the explosion of the graces associated with the Warning throughout the world, an explosion that itself will look like an Era of Peace compared to what we see now. But it will most likely not be The Glorious Era of Peace — the universally promised Reign of the Divine Will on Earth as in heaven. That will require a coming of Christ in grace to establish His Kingdom, which, as Christ Himself said in the Gospel, “is not of this world” and which, therefore, cannot be instituted by any human person, no matter how Great of a Catholic Monarch he may be.
Indeed, it is that Coming of Christ in Grace that we pray for when we ask “Maranatha! Come, Lord Jesus!”
For in doing so, we are obviously not merely begging Him for His Second Coming in the flesh to put an end to the world and commence the Last Judgment!! That would be a rather strange prayer to offer, given how much still needs to happen before The End. No, first, Christ must have His Kingdom on earth! Only upon so having His Kingdom on earth may He, as Scripture says, hand the kingdom over to His Father at the end of time.
“For as in Adam all die, so also in Christ shall all be made alive. But each in his own order: Christ the first fruits, then at his coming those who belong to Christ. Then comes the end, when he delivers the kingdom to God the Father after destroying every rule and every authority and power. For he must reign until he has put all his enemies under his feet.” 1 Corinthians 15 22-25.
Or, the Great Catholic Monarch may arise during the reign of the Antichrist to fight against him. Or he may arise towards the end of the reign of the Antichrist or immediately after Christ Himself destroys the Antichrist (by a Heaven-sent miracle, not by His physical coming). It matters little to me, as whichever of these scenarios winds up playing out makes no difference to what you and I must do here and now by:
- Repenting of all of our sins
- Making a general confession if we have not yet done so
- Going to confession at least once a month moving forward
- Praying the Rosary every day
- Receiving the Eucharist as often as possible — preferably every day, if you can
- Praying the Divine Mercy Chaplet
- Imploring and Proclaiming the Divine Mercy
- Striving to Live in the Divine Will
- Proclaiming the Kingdom — the Divine Will
- Consecrating ourselves and our families and homes to the Holy Family and being deeply devoted to Jesus, Mary, and Joseph together
Please do not delay these things any longer. Here we stand, a mere few days away from the long awaited Fall 2020.
(Meteorologically, Fall begins September 1st. In terms of the Equinox, it begins September 22nd). It is not just Fr. Michel saying that the purification will really begin this Fall. It is not just Fr. Michel saying have 3 months of food on hand now. A number of other alleged seers are saying the same thing.
I admit: I hope that Fr. Michel and the other seers saying this are wrong.
There is so much more I want to accomplish to proclaim the Divine Mercy and the Divine Will before the long-prophesied events hit. As I’ve said a million times, I’m still very much discerning Fr. Michel along with you all and I am by no means convicted of his prophecies (even though, in the meantime, I’ll gladly defend him against unjust criticism), notwithstanding the fact that I do find his prophecies worth sharing. His prophecies may wind up being proven false; we’ll see. But I’m not going to be so foolish as to just arrogantly assume he’s wrong, as so many are doing now on account of gossip or unfounded accusations. No, I’m going to consider that he may very well be right, and I’m going to ensure that I have, in my own soul, the sense of urgency that corresponds to the possibility that we might very well right now be living in the very final days of the Time of Mercy. I encourage you all, dear friends, to harbor a similar sense of urgency in your hearts.
Addendum. The aforementioned blogger also makes an erroneous point about the conversion of the Jews, which I also addressed in the Crown of Sanctity, page 376: