Catechesis 1


Before the beginning of the Holy Mass, My Tabernacle and Altar are surrounded by numerous angels. The heavenly spirits descend on Earth to worship Me in this Most Holy Sacrifice. The entire Heaven is silent, preparing itself to participate in the Passion of My Son. The souls of Saints abide in a prayer vigil from the Garden of Gethsemane. In a moment, the greatest Mystery shared by Heaven and Earth will begin. The suffering souls honored with this grace are bowing in humility before the Altar. Everyone is waiting for the priest, through whom the proper Sacrifice of the Passion of My Son will begin. If you will be entering the temple into this spiritual reality, it will not come to the mind of any of you to greet other people or smile at anyone but the agonizing Jesus, who drenched in a bloody sweat, is awaiting his traitor.

By entering the temple, you enter the Garden of Gethsemane in order to live through the Passion of Jesus together with Him. Prepare yourself through fervent prayer so that you will not succumb to temptation. May the agonizing Savior find support in your conscious vigil and sincere compassion. Join His Most Holy Mother and learn from Her the worthy participation in this unrepeatable and unique event in the history of mankind, the work of Redemption and Salvation of the world. I bless you, daughter, in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.


Catechesis 2


The Church is not only people. The Church is the sacraments, the Church is the grace and law, but the Church is above all else Me. I am its Head and thus I am its Center; I am the Vine and you are My branches. I possess full authority in the Church, because I have established it for the glory of My Father in Heaven.

(…) people’s greed, their deviousness and stupidity, and above all their pride, led to the result that the Church appears to forget about its Founder and Sanctifier. I am overlooked and pushed aside in the same way as you are. Man seems to be infallible and yet you all, from the baptized child joining My Church to the bishops and cardinals, are the descendants of Adam and Eve, defiled by the original sin. You are subjected to constant temptations and attacks of the evil spirit.

Therefore, the decisions of the Church, which removes its Head from the center, begin to lose their sense and assume the form of hostility towards those who are fertile ground for the Church, those in whom grace can take root and yield fruit.


Catechesis 3


The priestly dignity is the highest dignity that I can bestow on man. I call whomever I want. I do not change My mind. My relationship with the priest is a bond that is unique and proper. Together with the priestly ordination, the priest receives the right to approach Me, to touch Me in order to show My glory to the people, and to give Me in the Holy Communion. If one undertakes these activities without My calling, he commits the sin of blasphemy. Only I have the authority to appoint priests and grant them authority. (…)

The lawless pursuit of honors, which can only be granted by God, brings a curse on the whole community. (…)

So, remember well that only I have the right to appoint priests. No one else has the right to do so and I will never grant it to anyone else. The priestly authority and activities remain unchangeable and inviolable. Everything done in addition to that is self-will directed against Me, possible only in a community where Moses and Aaron are missing. If I wanted to destroy you, I would have to destroy you all, for who among you is without sin? Yet, I have pity on you, because you are like sheep without a shepherd who followed the wolf’s voice. Your fault is smaller. The others will perish for sure.


Catechesis 4


The priest should wear royal vestments, because he is like a king to the faithful, with whom he deals according to My Will. I provide His dignity. His authority comes from Me. He represents mankind before My eyes, so he should be decently dressed in order to show Me respect when he approaches Me. He not only comes to the prayer in which he apologizes to Me for your sins, but he takes part in the Sacrifice of My Son and touches God Himself; he does not just dwell in God’s spiritual presence, as it was in the times of Moses. In addition, the priest represents Me and speaks on My behalf. He is the visible face of God, of His truth and His grace, for the faithful. The royal vestments were supposed to highlight the authority of the king over his subjects, over their life and death, and over their future fate; the authority that the king received from God. Yet, the priest is a ruler appointed by Me forever, not only for a certain time. He also has the authority to rule over the eternal life and death of souls, not only over their temporal life. (…)

The priest is My property and if he renounces his dignity, pretending that he does not belong to Me, but to the world, he has already been defeated in his heart and is a coward. By offering the priest daily clothes distinguishing him from all people on Earth, I singled him out in grace and showed to the world that he is no longer from the world, but belongs to the kingdom of My Spirit. And to touch him in any way is equivalent to touching the Holiness, which I am in him.

(…) the lack of priestly vestments and their negligence by priests is already a lack of faith, which I have announced to you while still stepping on the Earth in My Son.


Catechesis 5


The Church has changed together with the world surrounding it, and because of this it ceased to be seen as eternal, timeless, supernatural and mystical in the human perception. The adaptation of the Church to the needs of man for many years has resulted in the reduction of worship given to Me, and the dismissal of the divine nature not only of the Church itself, but even of Me.

Because if I am God, the Creator of all people, why is My home uglier than your homes? If I am full of power and glory, why do I inhabit the poor corner of the cathedrals erected in My honor? If I am the Holiest of Holies, why do I allow unworthy hands to touch Me? This is My Passion, which I suffer in My Son on all the Altars of the world. This is the price of love, which I have shown to man by gifting him with free will. A mediocre cult results in a mediocre faith, and although human pride is crying to Heaven for vengeance, I show mercy by choosing you and telling you what I require.

Despite the fact that pagans are treading upon My holy chambers, worshiping the building that is My home, despite the innumerable sacrileges and lack of reverence that surround Me, despite the dirt and negligence that I have to suffer, I remain present in My temples in order to suffer to the end in My Son and to the end save souls from eternal damnation. I am an infinitely merciful God. I will do everything that I can to save each soul.


Catechesis 6


The temple is the place surrounding the Tabernacle. The raison d’être of its existence is precisely to surround and secure the Most Holy Place, in which I dwell Myself.

The other functions of the building, such as the gathering place of the faithful and their protection from the changing weather conditions, are of secondary importance. Each temple should be designed starting with the Tabernacle and the Altar, as the heart of the temple. All the rest is an addition. The Tabernacle should be separated from the faithful in such a way so that no one unauthorized could enter the presbytery or pass through it to the sacristy, as if it was an ordinary place. The sacristy is the place of preparation for the celebration of the most holy mysteries, not for dealing with the faithful. Persons without a calling should not be in the sacristy.

There should be a separate place for meetings with the faithful. Removing the balustrades protecting the Most Holy Place is like removing the guards from before the door of the king’s chamber. It would mean that the king has departed and the castle is abandoned, or that one respects him anymore and does not consider him as king, and the guard has betrayed him. Think about how much I am being betrayed. I bless you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Translated from : Orędza na Czasy Ostateczne, które własnie nadeszły, t. 16 & 29, Grzechynia 2017