At Sea

wedding cake, chaz and tracy

My son, Charlie, and his wife, Tracy, at their wedding reception last Saturday

By Charlie Johnston

Whoo…it has been a hectic week. Beginning Thursday I was dominated by events involving my son’s wedding. These first couple days of the week I have been visiting friends and family in Alabama. I was best man at the wedding (my son and I are buds). At the opposite end of the line from me, my nephew said with a wry grin, that he must be the worst man, because he was furthest from me in line. I chuckled and said he shouldn’t look at it like that…he should be pumped that he made the cut, he got drafted. We both laughed and pumped our fists in the air – that we made the cut – before processing into the Church.

My emails are way behind – and a few have griped that I was just ignoring them. No, I don’t get emails on my phone. I know that is almost unheard of these days, but I have quite enough electronic leashes on me already. I am not going to go to events and family things and be constantly on my phone. So, when I am doing personal stuff, I go old school. You will just have to wait until I am done and rested up to hear back from me.

I have got a new video up in the Visit Videos link up top. It is from my visit to Manchester, New Hampshire last month. The Q and A session is in a separate video. Manchester is near where my wonderful friends Doug and Jacki live.

A few days ago, Mark Mallett wrote a piece covering some areas where we diverge from each other. We have talked about these things many times – and our talks have been useful to me. But I actually don’t think we diverge so much as that we are often talking about different things that have a relationship with each other, but are not the same thing. When we were in Louisiana together last year, I told Mark I think his most important work actually begins after the Rescue, when he may very well be called to be a watchman. Let me explain…

I think much of what Mark writes about are things related to the end, the final battle that is prelude to the end of time. That is not what I write about. The minor tribulation, which is what I say we have entered now, is not the same thing as the major tribulation, which is the actual end of the world sequence. But the two are often confused and conflated with each other. The discussions on the subject with Mark last year were very helpful to me and, I hope, to him.

My work is very limited, but very intense…and for right now. I spend very little time (actually, almost none) considering prophecy at large, including formally approved prophecy. Mainly, I will take a look if it is involved in some dispute that comes to my attention; if one of my Priests – or someone else of real heft who counsels me asks me to take a look at something specific; if I am directed by my angel to pay specific attention to something (as he did concerning Fatima); or if something catches my eye that I am familiar with from my own encounters. I am always happy when I hear that something I have said fits in what is called a “prophetic consensus,” but I am also unconcerned when it doesn’t. Our Lord, Himself, was often outside the prophetic consensus – and even in those areas where He matched precisely, most people did not see the proper interpretation until after His earthly mission was complete. My concern is to speak truly of what I am shown. I often get internally annoyed when someone tells me what I “should” say to add credibility or what factors would tend to either add or detract from credibility. If I started trimming my sails to please men, even knowledgeable men, my usefulness would cease.

As I have written before, from childhood, I was told that, in my lifetime, the world would enter into a terrible crisis – a great Storm – and that God had work for me to help people through that terrible trial if I would accept it, but it would take a lifetime of instruction and training to be able to deal effectively with it. A recurring image I was shown for decades was to be placed in the middle of a tangled, overgrown path. It was a very hard path, but it was mine alone. In the early 90’s, that path opened to a clearing, which led down steeply to a great sea. This was when I got very serious about finding a solid spiritual director to speak of these things to. At the shore lay a great ship, making ready to cast off. In the great vision on the eve of the Feast of the Immaculate Conception in 1995, at the end I was shown that the ship was nearly ready to cast off, but not yet…and I would soon have to make a final decision. In the summer of 1997, I was shown that it was about to depart…and so I must make my decision or be left behind, forever forfeiting the work for which I had been trained. I gave my yes and got aboard.

From the beginning I was told that the great crisis would feel like the end but was NOT the end – and that what I was called to do was to give people heart, to help lead them to safety to the shore of Rescue. When I was no more than eight years old, I had insisted that before I would ever publicly speak or act on these things, I must have an earthly authority that I could submit to with my whole heart – and that it must allow it. The Catholic Church is that authority. My stars, I cannot tell you what a passionate love story it was when I came into the Church. I was glad that I had not been shown her by divine revelation, because it was good that I saw the genuine, authentic love for Christ among so many in various Protestant denominations. I was not made for cheap triumphalism, because I am sent to call all. Once I found my true earthly love, the Church, I was shown that even as I was fully and joyfully obedient to her, I would be held responsible for protecting and defending her from all assaults through the duration of the Storm. She was both my beloved master and my sacred charge.

I have written extensively about events of these times. Much of it has been confused with prophesied events related to the actual end of time – sometimes in my own private understanding, too. I have stayed true to what I am specifically shown and directed to, but I have wondered about a few things. When Mark opened up the subject of our seeming disagreements late last summer, it helped clarify some things tremendously. My sense had always been not that the devil would be chained after the Rescue, but that he would be run to ground for a time, still actively scheming and working against mankind, but nearly impotent for a while. I was warned that, though this was not the end, the next time mankind went into mass apostasy, it would signal the opening of the sequence of events leading to the actual end. Several decades ago, a decidedly non-mystical Priest gave me a card with the text of Revelation 12 on it and solemnly told me I needed to contemplate it seriously. I was startled – and when our hour-long discussion did not touch on it at all, I asked him when I was getting ready to leave why he had given me that. He looked utterly baffled and said, somewhat flustered, he didn’t know. He had just felt compelled for several days. I gave a wry grin and asked if, perchance, he was playing the prophet with me for a change. His cheeks went a deep red as he tried to laugh it off.

As we talked, over a few days, it snapped into my head that my work pertained to Revelation 12 and that most of what Mark was discussing pertained to things that come after that. That led to a new series of interpretive assumptions. I had rejected the idea of a visible Illumination of Conscience or a Warning even while believing they were true prophecies of a change of heart, in part, because though many things now will be miraculous on their face, there will not be a universal public display until the Rescue, when we will be visibly and miraculously rescued by the hand of Our Lady the Immaculate Conception. Since then, I have considered that a public display of the Illumination of Conscience and the Warning may actually be aspects of the Rescue, itself. That actually fits better with what I have been shown – and explained why, though I had early determined that if I was to do this, I would quit the public scene the day after the Rescue, that I was instructed there would still be some mop-up work to do, and so I must not leave immediately. I resolved that I would stay until no later than the middle of 2018 and then quit the scene – and I was not corrected on this. If the Rescue is the beginning of a series of visible events, that would make a lot of sense (though it is not necessary).

This leads to the only real disagreement Mark and I have, though even that is not, I think, a consequential one. As I understand it, he thinks the Rescue I speak of is sort of a pause, a breath, and that it will not last for much more than a generation, if that long. I think it will be significantly longer than that.

I have been sparse about details of that because my visitors have been sparse in giving me information on it. It is not mine to deal with; it is for those whose lives and work lay ahead of them. Except for raising support for the Shrine, my work is done then. If all I am shown is true, then during the worst of the Storm, I will exercise significant temporal influence to accomplish my work. In fact, I am told that if I keep faith throughout the Storm and step down from any position of significant influence when my work is finished, I will have a few years to enjoy family and friends – and God’s good earth. You have no idea how much I look forward to that and how focused I am on staying on as long as I must but leaving as soon as I can.

Here are some of the few things I have been told about the world after the Rescue:

–          The world will be visibly and miraculously rescued by Our Lady the Immaculate Conception. It pleases Our Lord to send her so that all may know how He honors her; that if they would honor Him, they must honor His mother, as well. He also sends her because he will not come directly until the end – and this is NOT the end. There may well be other reasons for it, but these are the reasons I know.

–          The Rescue will begin a prolonged period of peace, prosperity and authentic Christian brotherhood. I don’t know how long “prolonged” is, only that it will prevail for the rest of my life. I have hints, but no direct knowledge.

–          One of the fruits of the Storm will be the re-unification of the faithful. We will again be one flock under one shepherd. This will not be a “we win, you lose” sort of thing. Rather, it will be like a joyful family reunion where everyone brings a dish.

–          I think the period of peace will be at least 100 years, because I have been specifically told that in the century after its dedication, the Shrine erected in Thanksgiving for our Rescue will be the most visited Shrine in the world. We could have significant conflict, I suppose, and that still be true. But that is not how I feel about it.the Shrine

One of the things I worry about is that people often seem to have a very monochromatic view of things. Some fantasies arise about the world after the Rescue. I insist it will be an ordinary world in every way except for the transformation of our hearts. Some folks think that immediately everything will be restored. Well, if you have a wildcat tearing through your house, the first object is to get the wildcat out of there. That is analogous to the Rescue. After it is gone, though, you still have a lot of work to do to restore the house. Some people seem unable to see how you could deal with such a damaged house and be rejoicing at the same time. Honestly, given the circumstances, I can’t see how you could do otherwise. To find with certainty that God IS, that life does have profound and transcendent meaning, and that God calls you to participate with Him in calling all His children to safety transforms such work from drudgery into a labor of love.

The sum and total of my work is to get people to the shore of Rescue safely. When I first read the prophecy of St. John Bosco, referenced in a Spirit Daily article, maybe a dozen years ago,  it jumped out at me, for it matched up with and related to how I had always been shown the work set aside for me.

Interestingly, shortly after Mark and I started talking about these things, I was contacted by several people, including one prominent thinker in the Church, who thought my friendship and obvious regard for him made me suspect. The prominent man suggested that though Mark was a good advocate for his position, carefully offering citations to support it, he was not as effective an analyst because he tended to pass over things that contradicted it. It disturbed me for a time. I know from sustained direct contact that Mark’s heart is noble and true.  Our recent interactions had helped clarify my own interpretive understanding of several important things. I think he does deep and original work. Rather than dissuading me from anything, it reinforced something I was already considering.

When he is down, the devil does not come directly contradicting God. Rather, when God gives clear, but tough, direction, the devil says, “Let’s be reasonable.” People want to compromise and so they accept little things. Before you know it, you have prominent officials threatening to sue you if you don’t allow grown men to go to the washroom and shower with innocent little girls – and call it the right thing. After the Rescue, the devil will immediately start trying to seduce and scheme and bring mankind into another great apostasy. The Church holds the Deposit of Faith in trust until Christ comes again. But we need watchmen guarding the walls against the satan’s assaults, both subtle and overt. I think Mark Mallett is authentically called to be one of those watchmen…and that if he does his work faithfully after the Rescue, it will help significantly to prolong the period of peace, prosperity, and authentic Christian brotherhood that will be the visible flowering of the Rescue.

I worry a little about how restlessly people still try to figure out precisely what is going to happen and when.  I think right now it is as productive as trying to do a crossword puzzle on the deck of a ship in the midst of a great Storm. Even worse, it distracts people from doing the things they can and should do to weather the Storm. If you know that you don’t know all, if you can bear down, batten down the hatches, put your shoulder to the oar and deal with whatever comes by acknowledging and trusting God, there will be time enough for all that later. As I have written, confusion rises en masse right now. Let it not distract any of us from our post. Let us resolve to do the little right in front of us regardless of the multitude of things we don’t understand. That is what I am doing.

 

About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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319 Responses to At Sea

  1. maryopl says:

    Congratulations on the wonderful marriage and addition of a daughter to your family- what a blessing! Regarding this discussion- Sometimes when people differ in interpretation I think the Holy Spirit is keeping us all a little humble and off-balance enough to continually turn to God for reassurance and away from the kerfuffle of conjecture and imagination. I think of the fable of the 7 (or was it 9?) blind men describing an elephant- each so sure about what they were “seeing”. I feel that Charlie and others such as Mark (though I haven’t read as much from this gentleman’s writings to fully judge) are shining a flashlight into a dark room to help us find our way but some of us see the lamp and others the coffee table and others are looking for the light switch. I prefer staying close to the light and taking the next right step (so I don’t bark my shin!). Thanks for your words and reassurances as we cross this dark room towards our rescue.

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  2. deereverywhere says:

    I just got done watching the New Hampshire videos. They are really good. I didn’t see them until now and realized we refereced some of the same stuff. Groovy.

    I am so happy that you tape them and Doug and Jackie thank you for your kindness.

    I am also sorry for everyone who has the song coming around the mountain in their heads. It will go away in a few days. She’ll be driving six white horse s……….

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    • Doug says:

      Deer, it was a gift for us to be able to do this. The taping was actually done by one of Charlie’s followers who lives close to the NH sea coast. A great guy. I’d love to mention his name, but have not asked permission.

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      • deereverywhere says:

        That was were you got those beautiful pictures of the sea. It was the best viedos yet. Thank you still forhosting and getting the finances and venue all in order. I really enjoyed watch y’all. It was great! I only get unlimited internet after midnite so I can’t watch during the day. I was up til 3:30 watching cause I couldn’t stop!

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  3. Katherine says:

    Aw, God bless the newlyweds. 🙂 Also, I am glad to hear that you think that the era of peace will last for a long while. I was thinking about how it seems that when some prophecies are given, they are given within the lens of that particular moment in time . . . in other words, when a saint back in the day is given a vision of the future, they may not be entirely wrong in the nature of their vision as it actually happens in real time, but the timing, intensity, maybe some events are changed later on in the future because that vision purposely did not entirely take into account the prayers and sacrifices which actually occurred later in time, perhaps as a result of the vision or prophecy being publicly known. I was thinking that this is partly to show us just how powerful prayer and sacrifice can be, partly because sometimes a prophecy given is a gift in and of itself which precipitates some changes to the future and partly because we simply could not function in a world where everything was foretold with complete finality. It would be terrible to always be shown things absolutely clearly without hope of adjustment. Generally speaking, things will happen as they have been shown, but some of the particulars seem to be able to change and adjust as things come to pass in real time. I think this is a wonderful aspect of prophecy. It means that we truly aren’t trapped in some fatalistic deterministic timeline, even though God can see everything and knows everything . . . He works with us in Time in such a way that we can actually impact the future even if parts of it have been foretold. Thus ends my musings for the morning.

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    • Doug says:

      Yes Katherine. I think Jonah may be a good biblical example of what you describe

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    • Joj says:

      This brings to mind Jonah and Nineveh, K. I never understood why Jonah got so mad about God sparing them. But when I think of it from Charlie’s perspective, if these things didn’t come to pass, I would understand if Charlie was miffed and saying, “Gee, Lord, you sure made me look like fool.” But there is Jonah as a precedent that God can always relent and change the outcome. Not saying this would happen here, especially as Charlie is predicting a rescue more than a chastisement, but I just understand Jonah better now.

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      • janet333 says:

        I always smile when I read ch 4 of the Book of Jonah….

        The Lord prepared a tree to shade Jonah..but then God prepared a worm to strike the tree and it withered. The sun beat down on poor Jonah..and God sent a burning wind which scorched his head. Imagine how he felt. He was probably in hiding worried the people might think him a false prophet. ..and now God was teasing him!

        He sulked and became angry. “And the Lord said: Thou art grieved for the tree, for which thou hast not laboured, nor made it to grow, which in one night came up, and in one night perished.”

        I am amazed how stubborn this prophet was “I do well to be angry, angry enough to die.” Jonah replied.

        ” And shall not I spare Ninive, that great city, in which there are more than a hundred and twenty thousand persons that know not how to distinguish between their right hand and their left, and many beasts?”

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  4. Nancy says:

    God Bless You Charlie! Thank you for bringing ” light” and understanding to my concerns and confusion! God bless you and the beautiful newlyweds…..and all here! Let us keep each other in constant prayer….

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  5. Doug says:

    Great summary Charlie!

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  6. Barb421 says:

    unrelated to this article, but I have a question; is there any validity to the belief that Padre Pio said there would be 3 days of darkness? is it just a symbolic scenario? a few articles I have read in the past even give some dates, like,; a thursday in the spring mid-month, and so on…is this just a myth? I trust in Padre Pio but am not sure this is really coming from him

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    • charliej373 says:

      I don’t know, Barb. Perhaps someone else does.

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      • Doug says:

        I have read that his order stated he did not say this, but I honestly do not have enough insight on this. Like Charlie says, maybe someone here has someting more definitive.

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    • Mack says:

      Hi Barb, Desmond Birch in his book (Trials, etc.) said that Padre Pio did not prophesy anything about the three days of darkness; Birch verified this exhaustively (pp. 283-284) However other saints and holy people did, but none specified a time frame in which it will happen.
      The mention of a Thursday in the spring is probably from the Warning prophesied at Garabandal, which also said it would happen on the feast of a martyr of the Eucharist. Many devotees of Garabandal have tried to figure out a date but it remains nebulous.

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      • singingjuls says:

        I don’t know why, but this popped into my head while I was reading your post. It’s just a thought. Maybe the martyr of the Eucharist hasn’t happened yet, or it has happened and God hasn’t allowed it to be revealed yet? I believe the warning (illumination of conscience) comes first, then a Great Sign is supposed to happen on the martyr’s feast day. 🙂

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        • singingjuls says:

          Therefore, do not make any judgment before the appointed time, until the Lord comes, for he will bring to light what is hidden in darkness and will manifest the motives of our hearts, and then everyone will receive praise from God. 1Cor. 4:5

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    • Snowy Owl says:

      Barb, I have a bunch of Padre Pio books here and there is nothing in any of them concerning the Three Days of Darkness that I recall. The first time I saw anything linking Padre Pio to this, it was online, some say he did other he did not…according to EWTN he did not ever say this..that’s all I know.
      It’s SNOWING in MN today lol. It’s freezing here! Gotta love it! Suits me just fine ⛄✳❄

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  7. Anne says:

    Mary opl….. I have had the same thoughts…… Keeping us humble, relying on God to unfold His plan…. Wait and see!…. Away from conjecture and imagination.
    Certainly in a storm. No doubt about that.

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  8. KimS1111 says:

    I’ve been wanting to share what I heard a Priest say last week….to summarize, the point of prophetic knowledge is not to tell us the future but that once the event has past, we can look back and know that God is always present. If I can find the right pod-cast again, I’ll post the actual quote.
    It struck me because Charlie can’t tell us exactly what day something will happen, or what the exact “event” will be, he can tell us that it’s coming and we will know it when it has past.

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    • Beckita says:

      Amen, Kim. Thanks for sharing this thought.

      Charlie has taught this very concept, again and again. The very emphasis of his work from the onset of establishing this blog has been both invitation and exhortation to draw us away from fixating on details. Why, even with questions posed during one of the latest visit video this theme was revisited. Who of us can fathom the patience it must take to repeat and re-echo, again and again and again… One of my favorites to review: https://charliej373.wordpress.com/2016/01/08/through-a-glass-darkly/

      Thanks, Charlie, for never giving up, for taking all the hits with your eyes ever on your mission and message.

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      • Thanks for thanking Charlie on behalf of us all Beckita. At least for me, there is a great lesson here, and I speak only of myself, but so often I am tempted to vain curiosity. To be too caught up in particulars would be for me an example of that and just another ‘stealth’ approach to trying to gain control in a hidden sort of way. Seems like I never really get rid of my faults, I just get sneaker in how they present! It’s like keeping 20 cats in a room with all the doors nailed open. 😂

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        • Beckita says:

          “… so often I am tempted to vain curiosity…. just another ‘stealth’ approach to trying to gain control in a hidden sort of way… Seems like I never really get rid of my faults…”

          Such insight, CG! We are peas in a pod with lots of company in all of humanity.

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        • Doug says:

          I think we all have a little if that CG. By the way, I get sneaker too. Great sale at the sporting goods store!

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      • Or ‘sneakier’ HAHA. Although I guess ‘sneaker’ would work for stealth.

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      • al chandanais says:

        Thank you Beckita, you have a very good memory you are my asset my friend, I forgot about Looking Glass, another of Charlies great lessons strait from the Lord

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    • Yes Kim! I have also heard this spoken from the pulpit. Our Lord says as much in the Last Discourse to the Apostles…..John 14:29, “I tell you this now, before it takes place, so that when it takes place you may believe.” And again in John 16:29. “But I have told you these things that when their hour comes you may remember my telling you of them.” And even poor Peter in Matthew 26:75…”and Peter remembered the prediction Jesus had made: ‘Before the cock crows, you will deny me three times.’ “

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  9. The minor & the major tribulation are both one & the same event as glimpsed through the perspectives of different eyes. Part comes through the hands of humanity, this originates on the Earth. As for the other more significant part, this comes through the actions of God & originates in the heavens above. The Rescue itself may be a more hidden & unnoticed intervention not to be realised by the masses until much later in time as when our Lord was born in the city of David. It is therefore best not to speculate but rather hope & pray for as we work towards holiness.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I know of no serious eschatologist who holds the view that the minor and major tribulations are the same things. Is that something you contemplate, Sey, or do you have a citation on it?

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      • I do not claim to be either an eschatologist nor a theologian nor would I ever wish to be. So many times both groups have been wrong or at the very least incomplete in their understandings & assessments. When I am referring to the minor & the major tribulations I speak of those before the Era of Peace at the changing of the age not the one that is spoken of in the very end with regard to Gog & Magog. I see these present times coming in two parts that seemingly overlap. If there is an pause between them remains unclear. That is what you call the storm & the aftermath that immediately follows. World War II was the result & aftermath of World War I both of which were foretold as if they were unrelated (though Our Lady at Fatimah was quite clear on this). Both wars gave the present time to where we are now. Joseph dreamed dreams but did not necessarily attempt to interpret the Will of God rather he simply obeyed trusting that God is control & that His plan would come to fruition. This is something that theologians & eschatologists seem to forget, at least in practice. Even the saints at times disagree on such topics. In the end while being before the Tabernacle I stand by my position knowing that the Lord has outperformed anyone & everyone who has ever come to any conclusion. Time & time again the Lord has shown Himself in ways unexpected.

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    • Mack says:

      As Desmond Birch shows very well in his book, the minor chastisement is different from the major one, and there is the period of peace in between them. I won’t repeat it all here, but for anyone interested, his book has extensive documentation on this point.

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  10. Audrey S says:

    Hi, Charlie! I don’t know if this question will sound ignorant or simple/stupid, but I’ve been thinking about this for awhile now. In mass about a month ago, we were using prayer cards at the end of our pews that had the year of mercy prayer on them. On the top of the card, the dates of the year of mercy jumped out at me – Dec 8,2015 to November 20,2016… That end date has been stuck in my head since reading your blogs and watching your videos and I was wondering if you can expound upon any correlation between the ending of the year of mercy with the fullness of the storm. It seems like quite the “coincidence”… 😉

    P.s. I told Cameron to show you his St Therese sacrifice beads we made with our last CCD class, so hopefully he remembers when he sees you next! 🙂

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    • charliej373 says:

      We have entered the fullness of the Storm, Audrey. All is consequential now – and the attack is not just on the structure, but those parts of the structure that bear the load. I was grateful when Pope Francis declared the Year of Mercy, mainly because it makes it easier for people to get back to faith even as the Storm rages in it fullness. I fear for people who remain in rebellion after the Year of Mercy closes. But I would not read specific events into those dates.

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  11. Just a note to let you know of a Eucharistic and Rosary Procession set for Pittsburgh this Pentecost Sunday, May 15th. Starting out in Epiphany Church, 164 Washington Place, Pittsburgh at 1:30 pm. Following Liturgy of the word and Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament there will be a procession with the Blessed Sacrament and the Statue of Our Lady of Fatima. The Holy Rosary will be prayed en route from Epiphany Church through the city of Pittsburgh and then will return for Benediction and Crowning of Our Lady of Fatima. This Eucharistic Rosary March is the 79th International Rosary March and is sponsored by the Legion of Mary. The presider and homilist will be Fr. Levi Hartle. For info, call 412-884-3213, 412-881-0311 or 412-885-8822.

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  12. Anne says:

    Charlie…. Just listened to some Q and A and you replyied to a woman who mentioned garabandal that if people were to repent it would have been by now and then quickly said as things unfold they will repent.
    So….. What you are saying is that things will become and more obvious that the storm is getting really tough and will wake more souls up to turn back…… I am wondering if just before the rescue most will turn back. Just a thought.

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    • charliej373 says:

      The Storm will wipe away our vanities. When vanity is crushed, repentance and conversion often follow. So you are on a good track in your thought here.

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      • YongDuk says:

        As long as I can keep my hair extensions and green kung fu squirrel shirt, God can do whatever He wants!

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      • Josh in ND says:

        Of late, God has been at work on my vanities. My conscience has become more and more aware of my sinfulness though I get the feeling I’ve only scratched the surface. Even what I think is virtue is vanity in disguise. For example, I can usually keep my peace in public and then be praised for my patience. But, behind closed doors with my family, I fly into a rage. It was never patience, it was just vanity. Even my efforts to avoid sin are vanity. I try to avoid sin through sheer ability and willpower. When I fail, despair results. I went to confession Tuesday evening but had fallen into the same old sins before the night was over. Instead of confidently returning to the confessional, I wallowed in my guilt for another day before returning. Intellectually, I know my only hope is to cling to Jesus. In practice, I have not quite figured out how to do it yet.

        But please don’t take this as saying “Woe is me!”. I have hope. Hope is the reason I keep trying. I have hope because I can sense Him operating on me.

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        • charliej373 says:

          No, Josh, I think you have taken a step forward in wisdom. Before you can treat what ails you, you need to diagnose it well. Your diagnostic skills are growing well.

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        • Frank says:

          Josh,

          The Lord loves your effort! Man, does He love you!

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          • Joj says:

            Josh, I’m afraid it is a lifelong struggle to conquer our self-centeredness. You are not alone. But the Lord is always ready to forgive. I should think that an immediate act of sorrow as soon as we are aware is very pleasing to our Lord until our next confession. Then letting it go and looking forward. We are after all sinners, but God-willing, habitually repentant ones. I love how Pope Francis referenced in AL, that even the saints are left with certain faults so as not to fall into the greater sin of pride.

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          • Doug says:

            Yes, yes, yes Joj. I so agree. Never give up. The accuser keeps pointing a finger at us and says “you will never be able to over come this. Why don’t you just give up.” I know first hand. Don’t ever give up! God has done miracles for me in some of my struggles and some of them have taken years before the healing. God is so ever patiently wait for us. We can’t lose heart.

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        • Beckita says:

          With you, Josh, via prayer for you and in my own walk to look deep within. Your hope is a sign of hope for me.

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        • jtbrannigan says:

          Josh:
          There are some sins with which I struggle over and over. The accuser attempts use this realization to plant discouragement and doubt. When those thoughts come, I review the following passage from the Gospel. I attempt to hold onto it in my mind until the darkness passes:
          “Then Jesus said to his disciples, “Truly I tell you, it is hard for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of heaven. Again I tell you, it is easier for a camel to go through the eye of a needle than for someone who is rich to enter the kingdom of God.” When the disciples heard this, they were greatly astonished and asked, “Who then can be saved? Jesus looked at them and said, “With man this is impossible, but with God all things are possible.”
          We are all the rich, young man. We are rich in grace and the Holy Spirit and the knowledge of Jesus, yet we still fail. It is impossible for us to save ourselves, but in that verse, Jesus makes it absolutely clear that our salvation is not impossible for God.

          I share this with you in the hope that it helps and not to put any burden on you.

          God loves you and wants to bring you safely home. Hold on to hope and rejoice. All things are possible for Him.

          JT

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      • Anne says:

        So hopefully we will realize that all we have is gifted to us…….
        The storm should help us all realize that we are all dependent on God and no one is better than anyonelse.
        We are all Gods children.
        In essence ….. Is that what you saying Charlie?

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  13. Love you, Charlie. You’re the best.

    Praying for Venezuela right now, as I’m sure they are wishing the Rescue happened yesterday. Lord, have mercy.

    http://www.zerohedge.com/news/2016-05-12/raw-venezuela-looter-burned-alive-while-streets-filled-people-killing-animals-food

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    • Beckita says:

      Oh Briana! I saw the story and photo yesterday and my heart, with so many hearts round the world, is heavily weighed with sorrow for the children and their families… add to the sorrow, the genocide in the Mideast, the drought and ongoing suffering throughout Africa and too many sorrows and atrocities for too long. And these things must and will come. And our own sins have heaped fuel for the furor now cresting.

      What to do? Acknowledge God (still pleading for mitigation born of people returning to the Lord), take the next right step (knowing every little thing we each do has that beauteous ripple effect throughout the world) thereby allowing Christ’s Light to shine, bearing His Hope to the north, east, south and west, from our simple acts of Love.

      Maranatha!

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  14. radiclaudio says:

    Excellent post (and great wedding picture too).

    Much love and affection,

    R

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  15. aric says:

    loved the comic posted by Patrick of sd… I have a small collection of that comic strip series…. some of my favorites were the ones Entitled …People unclear of the concept and a time to worry

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  16. Joe says:

    Charlie, what are your thoughts on this (http://www.theatlantic.com/international/archive/2016/05/venezuela-is-falling-apart/481755/). The verbiage in the “Anatomy of a Collapse ” section is extremely similar to your description of the eye of the Storm. Is this what you saw on a worldwide scale?

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    • charliej373 says:

      It is a very good object lesson on what collapse looks like in real world terms rather than disaster movie fantasies.

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    • Tara says:

      I just heard Drew Mariani on Relevant Radio say that Maria Esperanza prophesied that the global collapse would begin in Venezuela…

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      • Beckita says:

        That she did, Tara. Heard it for the first time in 1994, with my own ears, on a beautiful evening while sitting with Maria and some of her family on the back porch of their home on the ranch in Betania. The cicadas provided quite the background symphony of singing praises to God, all evening and into the night!

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        • Simone says:

          Sorry to display my ignorance for all to witness, but did something recently happen in Venuzuela?

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          • Snowy Owl says:

            Simone, yes, they have had a very bad collapse of their economy, have run out of food and other necessities and are in complete social disorder. They have resorted to hunting and eating the cats and dogs. So sad! If you click on Joe’s link you can read more about it. CrewDog also put up a post about it somewhere here.

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          • Beckita says:

            Hi Simone, It’s worth searching online. There is news a plenty with empty grocery store shelves, people stealing toilet paper from businesses while the government fines the business owners for not keeping TP in the wash rooms, gov’t blaming and arresting business owners for “artificially causing long shopping lines,” parents taking to the streets protesting that children are starving and in need of medicine, health institutions unable to tend to the needs of patients, and more…

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          • Simone says:

            This is going on now? I will look. Also, is the movie ameriggedon a real movie? I’m not one for apocalyptic stuff which is why I like Charlie, he simply tells us true.

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  17. Julee says:

    I started reading Mark’s blog about a year before I found Charlie’s and if I’ve interpreted correctly, he writes of the storm, an illumination of conscience (the eye of the storm) where we will either choose the door of mercy or the door of justice, a resurgence of the storm (including the appearance of an antichrist or lawless one) which ultimately results in the purification of the earth and the beginning of an era of peace (triumph of the Immaculate Heart). I believe he also writes the era of peace is later followed by the final apostasy, the last antichrist, and the final confrontation. I haven’t studied eschatology, so I have no idea how this all lines up, but I do believe he is a watchman for the present time (not the end of time) and his blog (like Charlie’s) helps me interpret the signs and inspires me to prayer, spiritual preparation, and to not be afraid. Their writings plus my own eyes and ears tell me we’re in a storm that’s only going to get worse. Recognizing that, I would like to believe in Charlie’s proclamation of rescue in late 2017, but I’m not sure I can put 100% faith in it (even though Charlie says he’s told us true). No offense intended, it’s just that I don’t have the benefit of Charlie’s direct communication and have to rely on my own abilities to discern between two sources worthy of contemplation (as well as my own prayerful thoughts). I believe both Charlie and Mark have said this storm will feel like the end, so on the one hand, believing in the rescue would be a great source of hope to get me through the trials and tribulations, on the other hand, if it doesn’t come to pass as expected, it could be a source of panic and despair. This was something my husband and I were discussing as a possible risk before I read Mark’s piece where he mentioned it could possibly be a setup for great disappointment. At the end of the day, these differences in the details remind me to pray, partake of the sacraments, read scripture and put my trust in Jesus. I also take comfort in Charlie’s many reminders that God will not leave us bereft, even though I don’t know if that will involve a miraculous rescue in late 2017 (or an illumination of conscience for that matter).

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    • Doug says:

      Julie, no matter how it turns out, you can’t go wrong putting your trust in Jesus. I believe this to be the core of Charlie’s message. The prophesy is a teaser to get our attention by God so that we can find the real meat which is to discover and trust God in all we do. Obviously, what happens with the upcoming presidential election (reference to Obama not making it through his term) will be very telling. I think this is to allow us to understand what Charlie is saying is real and as such, will allow us to spiritually prepare for the next phase to come which will be very, very grave. This understanding will also allow us to have great faith in the rescue which may be the only straw of hope that we can hold on to. This may sound like doom and gloom, but it is not. If the storm is going to happen, then I would rather know about it so I can prepare both spiritually and temperally. Also, the doom and gloom will happen all by itself, with or without knowing about it. So Charlie’s message of the rescue is great, great hope. God bless you!

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      • Julee says:

        Thanks Doug! These are perilous times and I agree Charlie’s message is one of hope—a call to hold on to the Barque of Peter and to trust in God and His plan no matter what. As it has been said, we know these things must come and God wins! That gives me great hope! As I discern prophetic words, however, I feel a need to protect myself against putting too much faith in the specifics of it, even if I feel the prophet is authentic. If circumstances are dire and my hope is in a prophecy that doesn’t occur exactly as expected, then that could potentially leave me vulnerable to despair, confusion, and deception, especially if a leader rises offering false hope and solutions. Acknowledging and trusting in God, taking the next right step, and being a sign of hope to those around me is what I’ll strive to do no matter the circumstances and hopefully I won’t go wrong. God bless you, too!

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    • Mick says:

      Hi, Julee! 🙂

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  18. janet333 says:

    Such a beautiful picture of the Bride and Groom! God Bless them and Our Lady always keep her Mantle tightly around them.

    In your article you stated….”I have considered that a public display of the Illumination of Conscience and the Warning may actually be ”

    You seemed to separate the Illumination of Conscience and the Warning. I always thought this was the same event. Am I reading it wrong?

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  19. Linda says:

    Charlie.. Congratulations to you your son and new daughter-in-law👰👼. I’m so happy for you all. Your new tapes are wonderful.. I like the Q & A too although I didn’t finish yet. Thank you for all you do for us all.. You are really helping me to do as Our Lord asks…acknowledge God.. take the next right.. And be a sign if hope.. Albeit it is taking a very long time for this poor schlub to get it..lol. I really appreciate how you went into detail about just exactly what that means.. Funny thing is.. I was JUST going to ask you what that really means and you explained it before I asked… Lol. God bless our Charlie😇

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  20. janet333 says:

    “Several decades ago, a decidedly non-mystical Priest gave me a card with the text of Revelation 12 on it and solemnly told me I needed to contemplate it seriously. I was startled – and when our hour-long discussion did not touch on it at all, I asked him when I was getting ready to leave why he had given me that. …….”

    “As we talked, over a few days, it snapped into my head that my work pertained to Revelation 12 ”

    Rev 12-6 “The woman herself fled into the desert where she had a place prepared by God, that there she might be taken care of for twelve hundred and sixty days.* The “Woman” image is seen as Israel, Mary and the Church.

    God protects the persecuted church in the desert.

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    • Doug says:

      Funny Janet. 5 years ago, I kept getting Revelation 12 stuck in my head and it kept popping up all over. I have read it numerous times (over and over….) and it is still a big mystery to me except who it represents. If you take away the chapter dividing lines, at the end of Chapter 11, John describes the Arc of the Covenant before God with rumblings, peals of lightening and thunder, etc. Immediately after, in Chapter 12, it states the woman clothed with the sun and crown of 12 stars. So I believe John saw the Arc and the Blessed Mother which were one in the same. The rest of chapter 12 is still pretty much a mystery to me. Although, this past Thursday, our priest who leads Adoration every week for the storm (same priest who prayed at the beginning of Charlie’s NH talk) mentioned when JPII was in Fatima and referenced Revelation 12 (not sure the full contrxt). I get the sense we are seeing an unfolding of Revelation, but only a small piece; one event in a very long continum. I’ll have to read it about 30 more times (hee hee) to see if anything new jumps out. Blessings!

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      • janet333 says:

        “If you take away the chapter dividing lines, at the end of Chapter 11, John describes the Arc of the Covenant before God with rumblings, peals of lightening and thunder, etc. Immediately after, in Chapter 12, it states the woman clothed with the sun and crown of 12 stars. So I believe John saw the Arc and the Blessed Mother which were one in the same.”

        I agree Doug..it is a continuation really… 🙂

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  21. Steve Rowan says:

    So can I assume that when the Storm begins, your guidance will be supported by Our Lady at Medjugorje? Those visionaries have been given 10 Secrets that are not to be revealed until Our Lady says so. It is believed that these 10 Secrets will be revealed soon and will disclose things that will happen to mankind. I would like to “connect the dots” if possible. We must all be careful on what people say and to test everything. So if I am able to get confirmation as to things that are happening, I will be more confident in their truthfulness….sorry, but I am just looking to make sure that what people are saying is really the truth.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I have no idea, Steve. I do not coordinate with any other figures, simply speak and do what I am given truly. The heart of my message is: acknowledge God, take the next right step and be a sign of hope to those around you. That is THE means of living through both crisis and good times – and it is fully true. It is all that is really needed. You should exercise discernment, but be careful of trying to compile purported prophetic utterances lest you find yourself trying to develop a plan to handle things yourself without reference to God.

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      • Wow, I was just having one of those Snicker commercial moments. You know, the one where the person is out of sorts (hungry) and played by some older actor? I think I was probably Mickey Rooney after reading Steve’s comment. Well, I had my cigar out back so I’m better now.

        That said…. Steve, please brother, do the work. And may God bless and keep you safe in that endeavor. I’m sure you’re a great guy, but you’re probably about the 1,000 person to ring that bell. It just seems that too many folks want to flatten the prophetic gift to a pancake for easy consumption.

        Check out this little community here and the wealth of dialog that’s been going on for some time. What fruit! There’s a rich story here with many blessings and a whole lot of transformation throughout this preparatory process.

        It’s a big story. Really, I think it started with Our Lady of Tepeyac, so I guess that makes this story here just another chapter.

        What do you say we get focused on writing a new chapter. And please, does anyone have a snickers? There’s a ton of work ahead.

        After thought: I probably rang that bell along the way too, so maybe I should get you (Charlie) some Reese’s PB cups.

        God Bless,

        MP

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  22. Justin says:

    Congrats on the marriage, Charlie!

    I’ve got a question about the time of peace after the Rescue. First will come the Storm that will beat everyone into submission (kind of like bootcamp), then will come the Rescue with its miraculous vision that all will see giving all confirmation and comfort that God exists. I can’t help but look to the book of Exodus where the Israelites were beaten into submission through decades of slavery in Egypt. Then came Moses and God’s many visible and miraculous works that secured their rescue and escape from slavery. But in spite of all of this and God’s continued visible presence among them, the Israelites remained obstinate and disobedient, committing many sins.

    I think the issues with the Israelites stemmed from them not knowing God, even though they knew of Him with certainty. I don’t think that they were much different than folks of today, and even though all may come to know of God through the Rescue most will not know God. I trust God’s power to convert hearts, but it also requires some cooperation. Perhaps you could shed some light on what will be different this time.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I don’t know that anything will be different this time. We are a stiff-necked people. But all will know with certainty and will be fully accountable. It is why I so value Mark Mallett’s perspective. I fear that there could quickly develop a complacency because of the Rescue – and this really is our last chance. I think Mark’s cry warning people that danger lurks and we must be vigilant is a good counterpoint to my proclamation of Rescue now – and a vital one in the next few years.

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  23. Charles McNeiece says:

    Charlie, some time ago i thought that the Warning might in fact be the Rescue that you talk about. So I think it is interesting that you mention that here. Also, Mark’s timeline of a generation seems to be related to prophecies about the Great Monarch. I guess we will have to wait and see.

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  24. Mary says:

    Can someone point out the main difference between Mark Mallet’s interpretation of the current situation and Charlie’s big picture? Is it that Mark says that the anti-christ will appear before the era of peace? Sorry to sound so obtuse, but I guess I am obtuse, haha.

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    • Julee says:

      Well, I’ll take a stab at a loose summary. These are some of the similarities and differences as I’ve interpreted their public writings

      Charlie warns of the storm around us which will progress to collapse, but heartens us to endure and proclaims a miraculous rescue in late 2017 followed by an era of peace (ordinary world). In this piece (At Sea), Charlie says he believes his work pertains to Revelation 12 and that he’s writing about the minor tribulation whereas much of what Mark writes may pertain to the major tribulation. “I think much of what Mark writes about are things related to the end, the final battle that is prelude to the end of time. That is not what I write about. The minor tribulation, which is what I say we have entered now, is not the same thing as the major tribulation, which is the actual end of the world sequence. But the two are often confused and conflated with each other.”

      Mark also believes Revelation 12 is central to his work. He speaks of the storm, a warning/illumination of conscience (a pause in the storm which could possibly be an aspect of the Rescue per Charlie) and an Antichrist both before AND after the era of peace. Mark states the idea of two Antichrists has been conflated into a single event at the end of time, an analysis with which he disagrees. From Mark’s “More on our Trials and Triumphs” he writes, “They essentially hold that we are facing a “minor tribulation” followed by a peaceful reprieve that brings the world to a “major tribulation” when the Antichrist appears shortly before the very end of all things. Now, I hope my readers will understand at this point why I would bother to point out the importance of this distinction. If Christians are being told that the Antichrist is perhaps centuries away, could souls not be caught by surprise, “like a thief in the night”? If Jesus said “even the elect” could fall away, then it would seem to me that we should be alert to the signs of the times, particularly when these present times of lawlessness point alarmingly toward the coming of a “lawless one”.”

      I appreciate Charlie’s advice to acknowledge God, take the next right step, and be a sign of hope to those around us and also his admonishment to be careful about developing a plan lest we mistakenly think we can rely on ourselves rather than God. I also appreciate Mark’s ministry and how he relates the signs of the times to scripture, lest we be caught unaware, especially of the possibility of an imminent Antichrist. (I see Charlie has a new post “At Sea Together” that essentially addresses your question, but since I already typed this out, I’m going to go ahead and post even though I’ll probably have “posters regret” once I hit send.  )

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      • BD says:

        What I find interesting is the use of the term “minor tribulation.” It will be anything but minor and we need to prepare accordingly. God Bless to All…

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        • charliej373 says:

          Yes, exactly! Sometimes I think the name diminishes the seriousness of it in some people’s minds. It is the greatest crisis in the history of the world to this point. The only greater crisis will be the actual end.

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        • Meriadoc says:

          Yeah, somehow the term ‘tribulation’ has become banal. When we hear the words minor tribulation, we should think “minor tsunami,” “minor asteroid collision, “minor volcanic eruption.” Mt St Helens vs Krakatoa.

          I give thanks for every well-oiled, smoothly functioning day between now and the general collapse. Nevertheless, come Lord Jesus!

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  25. victura98 says:

    Charlie, two caveats, then a question for you:
    1. I know that we must be cooperators with God’s providence and not merely passive recipients of it. I know that God uses our cooperation in carrying out his works.
    2. I know that I must do the very simple good that is before me, resisting quietism entirely.

    That being said, as things get worse (i.e., all conditions within society) my mind cannot resist thinking “the Rescue will solve this…the Rescue will solve this…” My question: Is it within the spirit of a disciple to hope in the Rescue as I do, or is such thinking a shortcut from God’s will? I would love to know your thoughts.

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    • charliej373 says:

      I love this question, Victura. First, let me say that you are fine. Second, I need to devote a column to this – and I will.

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      • Mack says:

        I’ve had the same question. I think in my own life I still need to stand up for the truth if or when the occasion arises. But for the bigger issues in society that I have no control over, I pray that God will make things right. For example I’ve been worried about how the transgenderism / bathroom issue has exploded. The Obama administration is behind it, issuing regulations now for public schools on this. It seems the federal government is trying to crush what’s left of sanity in this area. So I am hoping and longing for the day when the Rescue will do away with the corrupt government that we have and we can start afresh to build a good government.

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    • Frank says:

      I guess I caught myself also hoping that the Rescue would cure many distortions in our society and culture. I stopped thinking along those lines because what God is calling me to do is essentially independent of the Rescue. But it sure is nice to think that our upside down world will be turned upright again — not perfect, but at least right side up!

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    • Anne says:

      You ain’t the only one victura!!
      Looking forward to this column Charlie….. Sooner than later.

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  26. Snowy Owl says:

    Well, Charlie time is quickly running out..the only three people in my life that believe what I am telling them about what you’ve told us, concerning the storm and rescue, are my mom and my two kids. My son is having a conversion..or reversion back to his faith and is worried about being in jail and away from his kids because he truly believes what you are saying. My job is to comfort him so I’m going to tell him the story about the angel freeing Peter from prison tonight when he calls. It will comfort him and he will understand it now. “..Peter therefore was kept in prison: but the church prayed to God for him without ceasing.
    And when time arrived for Herod to bring him out, that same night Peter was sleeping between two soldiers, bound with two chains: and the guards before the door watched the prison. And, look, the angel of the Lord came to him, and a light shone in the prison: and he slapped Peter on the side, and helped him up, saying, “Get up quickly.” And his chains fell off his hands. (Acts 12)

    I’ve tried and tried. “Oh Phooey! We’ve been hearing this for a 100 years”… is all I ever hear (bury head in sand) maybe they’re just afraid, I don’t know…probably. Before I came here, for years I tried telling people.. but that was before I knew you..so more in lines of what Maria Esperanza (which is now happening but still it doesn’t matter to them because it’s over THERE and not HERE (yet), and what Garabandal, Akita,etc. etc. says, how merciful God is with so many many warnings and such prolonged times of mercy…BUT didn’t work then either. So I’ll just keep on keepin’ on.. and pray for them. SIGH! 😊 ( only one emoji for this one…I’m too exhausted lol)

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  27. Pidge says:

    I’ll be very interested to watch and see how things play out for the more liberal Christians; many of my loved ones fall into this category. I’m hoping and praying that they will find their way through the Storm.

    Thank you, Charlie, for what you do. I definitely feel much better prepared to face what comes.

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    • Alfred says:

      I was wondering the same thing about more politically conservative Christians. 🙂 Or us middle-of-the-roaders (don’t read: lukewarm). I’m firmly against abortion, birth control (Paul VI was right!), euthanasia, religious freedom, and family values. But on economic issues I stand with the USCCB. Some criticize them for getting involved in political issues, but the truth is there is a moral aspect to everything and they *should* be giving us their guidance on those things.

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  28. Rick says:

    Great to meet you last night, Charlie, and thanks for posing with me. As someone who prefers the Tridentine Mass, my daughter is very particular when it comes to people who call themselves Catholic, and she thought you were wonderful. As I tend to look too much at the negative, I really appreciate your message of hope. BTW you look and sound just like you do in the movies, only a bit younger. 😉

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  29. Barb129 says:

    Beautiful wedding picture!!! May our dear Lord bless their marriage abundantly!!!

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  30. theresa323 says:

    Hi Charlie,

    Your latest Post, very accurate, we are all at Sea together, and this being Pentecost Sunday, let us all pray that the Holy Spirit enlightens us and brings us safely through this Storm of all Storms.
    Come Holy Spirit fill the hearts of your faithful and enkindle in them the Fire of your love.
    Send forth thy Spirit and they shall be created, and Thou shall renew the face of the earth.

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  31. Mary Ann Parks says:

    Boy, does your son look like you!

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  32. Lepanto says:

    Your conclusions exactly match those of the author of an extremely scholarly and comprehensive analysis of these times in the light of Catholic prophecy, in a book that I have called ‘Trial, Tribulation and Triumph’.

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