1. THE PRIESTLY HEART
Lord Jesus: I will denude before you the priestly heart. This heart that I loved more than other hearts. This is the heart for which I have been drenched in a bloody sweat. I want to show you this heart and teach you to love it. I will do this by showing you what a priest that I have chosen should be, and what he becomes by losing vigilance.
The priest’s heart is the temple of God, which becomes a den of thieves when unguarded. At the present time, there are five major priestly sins, which devastate My ranks like the plague. I want to show them to you, describe them, and provide medicine to My servants, so that they can recover before death consumes them completely. It is never too late for conversion. I will grant graces to these messages so that they enter the internally wounded hearts of My sons and heal them.
I am ready to fight for every priestly heart, sacrificing Myself, sacrificing you, and sacrificing numerous souls as burnt offerings of satisfaction at My altars. No one in the whole world can inflict Me more pain than the priest, because my love for the priestly heart is the greatest. If you want to lessen My pain, take one of these hearts and place it in yours, to compensate Me for its insensitivity and sins.
Through this sacrifice, I promise you the conversion and the remaining in faithfulness for this priestly heart, which you will place in yours, to compensate Me for it and to love Me twofold, in your own name and in the name of the priest, who lacked love. If you do this for Me, having mercy over My rejected Heart, I will also love you twofold, for your heart and for this second priestly heart, which thanks to your blood  will start to beat for Me. I bless you for this mission and for this calling in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.
 This is a talk about a sacrifice, which like blood flowing to a numb organ, revives it and brings it back to normal functioning.
Translated from: Rekolekcje Kapłanskie, na podstawie Orędzi na Czasy Ostateczne które własnie nadeszły, Grzechynia 2018, p. 7-8