How Heaven Protects the Faithful (True) Catholics

An elderly exiled Pope Gregory XVII, known as Cardinal Archbishop Giuseppe Siri of Genoa, Italy. This shepherd was blocked from tending the sheep from the Papal Conclave of 1958 until his death on May 2, 1989.

"The faithful sheep will gather together, and in unions of prayer will offer potent resistance to the  enemies of the Catholic Church.  Yes, yes, the flock will become small."

(Bishop George Michael Wittman, 18th century).


Prophecy of Elizabeth Canori-Mora (18th C.): 

"It seemed to me to behold the heavens opening, and St. Peter, Prince of the Apostles, coming down, surrounded with great glory and by a numerous escort of heavenly spirits, singing canticles. 

"St. Peter was dressed in his pontifical robes, and held in his hand the pastoral staff, with which he was drawing upon the earth an immense cross; at the same time the angels sang the words of the Psalmist, 'You will constitute them princes over the whole earth.'


"After this the holy Apostle touched with his staff the four extremities of the cross, from which instantly sprung up four beautiful trees loaded with blossoms and fruits. 

"These mysterious trees had the form of a cross, and were surrounded by a splendid light. 

"Then I comprehended in the depth of my soul that St. Peter had produced these four symbolic trees to the end that they may serve as a place of refuge to the little flocks of the faithful friends of Jesus Christ, and in order to preserve them from the fearful punishment which shall convulse the whole earth. 

"All good Christians shall then be protected under these trees, together with all those religious persons who shall have faithfully preserved in their hearts the spirit of their order. . . . 

[Are these four symbolic trees four True Popes during the time of the masonic takeover; that is, two more Successors after Pope Gregory XVIII?]  


"I beheld these good Christians, who had sought a refuge under those mysterious trees, in the form of beautiful lambs confided to the care and vigilance of St. Peter, their good shepherd, testifying to him the most humble and the most respectful obedience. 

"As soon as St. Peter, the prince of the Apostles, had gathered the flock of Jesus in a place of safety, he re-ascended into heaven, accompanied by legions of angels. 

"Scarcely had they disappeared, when the sky was covered with clouds so dense and dismal that it was impossible to look at them without dismay. 

"On a sudden there burst out such a terrible and violent wind, that its noise seemed like the roars of furious lions. 

"The sound of the dreadful hurricane was heard over the whole earth. 

"Fear and terror struck not only men, but the very beasts. 


" . . . Happy will be all true and good Catholics!  They shall experience the powerful protection of the holy Apostles, St. Peter and St. Paul, who will watch over them lest they may be injured either in their persons or their property. 

"Those evil spirits shall plunder every place where God has been outraged, despised, and blasphemed; the edifices they profaned will be pulled down and destroyed, and nothing but ruins shall remain of them. 


"After this frightful punishment I saw the heavens opening, and St. Peter coming down again upon earth; he was vested in his pontifical robes, and surrounded by a great number of angels, who were chanting hymns in his honor, and they proclaimed him as sovereign of the earth. 

"I saw also St. Paul descending upon the earth.

"By God's command he traversed the earth, and chained the demons, whom he brought before St. Peter, who commanded them to return into hell, whence they had come.


"Then a great light appeared upon the earth which was the sign of the reconciliation of God with man. 

"The angels conducted before the throne of the prince of the Apostles the small flock that had remained faithful to Jesus Christ. 

"These good and zealous Christians testified to him the most profound respect, praising God and thanking the Apostles for having delivered them from the common destruction, and for having protected the Church of Jesus Christ by not permitting her to be infected with the false maxims of the world. 

"St. Peter then chose the new pope.  The Church was again organized; religious orders were reestablished; the private families of ordinary Christians, through their great fervor and zeal for the glory of God, became like the most exemplary religious communities. 

"Such is the glorious triumph reserved for the Catholic Church;  she shall be praised, honored, and esteemed by all men. 

"All men shall become Catholics, and shall acknowledge the Pope as the Vicar of Jesus Christ."

[Source:  pp. 18-191, Prophets and Our Times, by Rev. R. Gerald Culleton, TAN Publishers, 1974].


Prophecy of St. John Capistran Regarding the Last Pope:


“The people will be dying with hunger when he is created, who will divide and give to the poor.” (St. John Capestran, 14th century).