September 29, 2019
“I Am the Guardian of the Most Blessed Sacrament!”
Dear Friend of Jesus King of All Nations,
September 29 is the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel. Let us remember his marvelous apparition to Jesus’ Secretary. St. Michael revealed that it was the Most Holy Will of God that he be honored as the Protector of the Church and Guardian of the Most Blessed Sacrament.
St. Michael told Jesus’ Secretary, “The Most High has appointed me a particular guardian of His Church and of the Most Blessed Sacrament. Let souls turn to me for renewed devotion to Our Lord in this Blessed Sacrament! He must be properly adored, loved, thanked, praised and worshipped in this the Most Glorious Sacrament.” (Journal Nos. 85-86, 177).
Jesus King of All Nations gave us St. Michael as an intercessor and protector, to draw us closer to Him in the “Most Glorious Sacrament”. St. Michael continued, “Let souls call upon me whenever sacrileges and abominations are being committed against the Most High God in this Sacrament of His Love. I promise to put to flight His every enemy. GREAT is my zeal for the glory of God!” (Journal No. 86).
Many communions received by Catholics in sexual relationships are sacrilegious communions. These people include the married who practice contraception without any intention of being open to new life; the unmarried; the civilly divorced and remarried without an annulment; and people in same sex relationships; who continue to practice objective sexual mortal sins without any intention of abstaining from them. Nearly 70 percent of Catholic women use sterilization, the birth control pill or an IUD, according to the Guttmacher Institute research. Only 2 percent of Catholic women, even those who regularly attend church, rely on natural family planning. Many Catholic men support their wife’s contraceptive use or are themselves sterilized or use contraceptives.
Many other sacrilegious communions are received by public figures who support and promote abortion and/or same-sex legal relationships; Satanists who steal and abuse the sacred hosts in satanic rituals and other people in a state of mortal sin.
Most Catholics receive the Eucharist every Sunday, but very few go to Confession. Many are in the state of mortal sin. Many of them may be ignorant of their grave sins because they have not been properly taught. However, many others are not ignorant, know their sinful state, do not intend to amend it and still continue to receive sacrilegious communions.
Many priests, bishops and Cardinals throughout the world have counseled some of these types of people that they may discern that they may be admitted to and receive Holy Communion without conversion, Confession and a firm purpose of amendment. This will only increase sacrilegious communions, weaken the Church and may bring judgment and death upon the recipients of such communions. (See 1 Corinthians 11, 27-31; Catechism of the Catholic Church, 1385). St. John Paul II reaffirmed this teaching in his Apostolic Letter, The Church of the Eucharist, 36.
What Can You Do About These Sacrilegious Communions? You can:
- Practice the Devotion’s Novena of Holy Communions.
- Turn to St. Michael and wear his medal, adore, love, thank, praise and worship Jesus King of All Nations in the Blessed Sacrament and
- Visit our website today and Sign the Pledge to offer reparation for sacrilegious communions.
One of our Guardians wrote to me about the “happiness and yes, joy on the part of the people who received Visitations of the image of Jesus into their homes. We thank Him for everything, especially for the ‘call’ we feel so strongly to continue the spread of this beautiful devotion.”
You too can respond to this call by hosting the Image of Jesus King of All Nations in your parish, diocese, or home. Perhaps Jesus is calling you to be a Guardian of His Image. Please consider this and call Lori at our office today at (802) 524-1300 or visit our website to find out how you can be a Guardian.
We need your help to continue our work of spreading this “beautiful Devotion”, as our Guardian wrote. Will you help us now? We depend 100% on your prayers and donations. Please help us reach our end-of-the-year goals so that we can continue our apostolic work.
Your generous gift today will help us to promote Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament and Holy Communions and will call down the protection of Jesus and St. Michael the Archangel upon us!
Our benefactors receive the following spiritual benefits from our apostolate: Remembrance of your intentions in our daily prayers, our daily perpetual Novena in Honor of Jesus as True King, our weekly holy hour before the Blessed Sacrament and in our special monthly Masses. Every gift is appreciated. Every gift is a blessing. Every gift is crucial in our efforts to respond to the requests of Jesus.
My staff and I thank you for your generosity. Together let us continue the work entrusted to us to help to bring the recognition of the reign of Jesus King of All Nations.
Yours through St. Michael the Archangel,