40 Days of Prayer against the Church of Darkness: Day 1

Video of Midnight, January 28-29th, 2020 A.D., Saint Mary Major’s Rome. (Recorded)

In the year of Our Lord 1820, God revealed to Bl. Anne Catherine Emmerich that the Church of Rome would one day be attacked from within. That there would be two popes: one false and dark, who strove to found a new Religion which would be the home of every heretic and apostate: one true and aged, who would be paralyzed by inaction and silence.

To drive the Church of Darkness out of the Church of Rome, it was revealed to her that Our Lady asked the faithful to gather at Midnight in front of the Basilica of Santa Maria Maggiore, here at Rome, and pray with arms outstretched, in the form of the Cross, for the space of at least 3 Our Fathers.

PLEASE NOTE:  That until From Rome Info Video Channel at Youtube gets 1000 subscribers, it will NOT be able to broadcast the Nightly Prayers Live. So let all who are devoted to Jesus Christ, Our Lady and Bl. Ann Catherine Emmerich know that they need to urge subscriptions to this channel, so that we can promote the fulfillment of Our Lady’s Request for Her Heavenly-Approved prayer solution to the present Crisis in the Church.

See the text of Bl. Emmerich’s prophecies here.

Quest’annuncio è stato pubblicato anche in italiano su ChiesaRomana.info.

Veri Catholici, the international Association dedicated to combat the heresies of Bergoglio and rid the Church of the antipope, had announced that tonight, at Midnight, Rome time they will begin 40 Days of Prayer to fulfill this intention of Our Lady.

From tonight until March 7, 2020, @VeriCatholici Twitter Account will tweet out the announcement between 11 PM and 12 Midnight reminding everyone to join in prayer for this attention, wherevere they are in the world.

To receive these daily reminders, merely follow @VeriCatholici on Twitter, by clicking that link and subscribing to their account with your own Twitter Account


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6 thoughts on “40 Days of Prayer against the Church of Darkness: Day 1”

  1. 28 January 2020 A. D.
    Feast of the Translation of St Thomas Aquinas

    Dear Brother,

    This is a great endeavor under the very wings of the Angelic Doctor–40 days between today–Translation to Toulouse on this day in 1369 A. D., ending with a procession attended by more than 60,000 people, 10,000 Bearing torches and the rest tapers–and March 7–the proper feast commemorating the anniversary of the great man’s death in 1274.

    As patron of philosophers and theologians, as well as bulwark against heresy and staunch friend and defender of the poor and Holy Mother Church, St Thomas will look kindly on beleaguered, mocked and surrounded Pope Benedict.

    C. B.

  2. Two other similar action items:

    1. We should all invoke the Virgin Mary and prepare to pray the Rosary on Candlemas Day–this coming Sunday February 2, 2020 A. D.–for the intention of Purification of Holy Mother Church and ourselves. Please see RosarytotheInterior.com of James Larson, America’s only philosopher.

    2. We also ought to be organizing a huge celebration of the 15th Anniversary of the Pontificate of Pope Benedict. It’s on April 19, 2020 A. D. That falls on the Second Sunday of Easter this year–can’t get any better than that!

    I’ll raise a glass of Bavarian lager to that! Viva il Papa! Viva Benedetto!

    “Rejoice, O Virgin Mary, for alone thou hast destroyed all heresies throughout the world.”

  3. This is very fitting as the dark church gets ready to welcome more evils by a soviet-style roll out of the false Amazonian synod document. The True Church must remain vigilant, prayerful, in union with the Holy Father Benedict, finding refuge in Mary’s Immaculate Heart.

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