April 23, 2020: Holy Rosary On-Demand

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Friends of the Rosary, Saint Faustina Kowalska, the Polish nun who left us the Divine Mercy picture of Jesus Christ, that you see in our little altar, said that she saw two roads, one that leads to hell, and another to Heaven. Destination Hell or Destination Heaven.

The seers of Fatima, and many others, had the same vision. And, by the way, the fires of hell they described are horrifying beyond imagination.

We must believe at 100 percent in Jesus and His Beloved Mother. Otherwise, we have a very serious problem in life.

John the Apostle explains in today’s Gospel reading that whoever believes in the Son has eternal life but whoever disobeys the Son will not see life, and the wrath of God remains upon him. Strong words.

Let’s hold our Rosaries and confidently pray for the intercession of Our Lady.

[Written by Mikel A]

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Ave Maria Purísima,
Sin Pecado Concebida

Hail Mary Most Pure,
Conceived Without Sin

St. Faustina’s Vision of Two Roads: Destination Heaven or Hell

One day, I saw two roads. One was broad, covered with sand and flowers, full of joy, music and all sorts of pleasures. People walked along it, dancing and enjoying themselves. They reached the end without realizing it. And at the end of the road there was a horrible precipice; that is, the abyss of hell. The souls fell blindly into it; as they walked, so they fell. And their number was so great that it was impossible to count them. And I saw the other road, or rather, a path, for it was narrow and strewn with thorns and rocks; and the people who walked along it had tears in their eyes, and all kinds of suffering befell them. Some fell down upon the rocks, but stood up immediately and went on. At the end of the road there was a magnificent garden filled with all sorts of happiness, and all these souls entered there. At the very first instant they forgot all their sufferings.
~ St. Faustina; excerpt 153 from The Diary of Saint Maria Faustina Kowalska ~