Our 1942

 

And so I solemnly declare to you this day
that I am not responsible for the blood of any of you,
for I did not shrink from proclaiming to you the entire plan of God…
So be vigilant and remember that for three years, night and day,
I unceasingly admonished each of you with tears.
(Acts 20:26-27, 31)

 

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The Real “Witchcraft”

 

…your merchants were the great men of the earth,
all nations were led astray by your magic potion. (Rev 18:23)

Greek for “magic potion” : φαρμακείᾳ (pharmakeia) —
the use of medicine, drugs or spells
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Awakening to the Storm

 

I HAVE received numerous letters over the years from people saying, “My grandmother talked about these times decades ago.” But many of those grandmothers have long since passed on. And then there was the explosion of the prophetic in the 1990’s with the messages of Fr. Stefano Gobbi, Medjugorje, and other prominent seers. But as the turn of the millennium came and went and expectations of imminent apocalyptic changes never materialized, a certain sleepiness to the times, if not cynicism, set in. Prophecy in the Church became a point of suspicion; bishops were quick to marginalize private revelation; and those who did follow it seemed to be on the fringe of the Church’s life in shrinking Marian and Charismatic circles.Continue reading

The Last Museum

 

A Short Story
by
Mark Mallett

 

(First published February 21st, 2018.)

 

2088 A.D.... Fifty-five years after The Great Storm.

 

HE drew a deep breath as he stared at the oddly twisted, soot-covered metal roof of The Last Museum—named so, because it simply would be. Tightly closing his eyes, a flood of memories ripped open a cavern in his mind that had long been sealed… the first time he’d ever seen nuclear fallout… the ash from the volcanoes… the suffocating air… the black billowing clouds that hung in the sky like dense clusters of grapes, blocking the sun for months on end…Continue reading

The Pandemic of Control

 

Mark Mallett is a former television reporter with CTV Edmonton and award-winning documentarian and author of The Final Confrontation and The Now Word.

 

WHEN I was a television reporter in the late 1990’s, I broke one of the biggest stories that year—or at least, I thought it would be. Dr. Stephen Genuis had revealed that condoms did not stop the spread of Human Papillomavirus (HPV), which can lead to cancer. At that time, HIV and AIDs were huge in the headlines as was the concerted effort to push condoms on teenagers. Aside from the moral dangers (which of course, everyone ignored), no one was aware of this new threat. Instead, widespread ad campaigns announced that condoms promised “safe sex.” Continue reading

A Prophetic Webcast…?

 

THE bulk of this writing apostolate has been relaying “the now word” that is being spoken through the popes, the Mass readings, Our Lady, or visionaries throughout the world. But it has also involved speaking the now word that has been put on my own heart. As Our Blessed Lady once said to St. Catherine Labouré:Continue reading

The Minefield of Our Times

 

ONE of the greatest hallmarks of our times is confusion. Everywhere you turn, there are seemingly no clear answers. For every claim that is made, there is another voice, equally as loud, saying the opposite. If there has been any “prophetic” word the Lord has given me that I feel has come to fruition, it’s this from several years ago: that a Great Storm like a hurricane was going to cover the earth. And that the closer we got to the “eye of the Storm,” the more blinding the winds will be, the more disorientated and confusing will become the times. Continue reading

Taking Back God’s Creation!

 

WE are being faced as a society with a serious question: either we are going to spend the rest of our lives hiding from pandemics, living in fear, isolation and without freedom… or we can do our best to build our immunities, quarantine the sick, and get on with living. Somehow, over the past several months, a strange and utterly surreal lie has been dictated to the global conscience that we must survive at all costs—that living without freedom is better than dying. And the entire planet’s population has gone along with it (not that we have had much choice). The idea of quarantining the healthy on a massive scale is a novel experiment—and it’s disturbing (see Bishop Thomas Paprocki’s essay on the morality of these lockdowns here).Continue reading

Science Will Not Save Us

 

‘Civilizations collapse slowly, just slowly enough
so you think it might not really happen.
And just fast enough so that
there’s little time to maneuver.’

The Plague Journal, p. 160, a novel
by Michael D. O’Brien

 

WHO doesn’t love science? The discoveries of our universe, whether the intricacies of DNA or the passing of comets, continue to fascinate. How things work, why they work, where they come from—these are perennial questions from deep within the human heart. We want to know and understand our world. And at one time, we even wanted to know the One behind it, as Einstein himself stated:Continue reading

Video: On Prophets and Prophecy

 

ARCHBISHOP Rino Fisichella once said,

Confronting the subject of prophecy today is rather like looking at wreckage after a shipwreck. —”Prophecy” in Dictionary of Fundamental Theology, p. 788

In this new webcast, Mark Mallett helps the viewer understand how the Church approaches prophets and prophecy and how we should see them as a gift to discern, not a burden to bear.Continue reading

The Refuge for Our Times

 

THE Great Storm like a hurricane that has spread across all of humanity will not cease until it has accomplished its end: the purification of the world. As such, just as in the times of Noah, God is providing an ark for His people to safeguard them and preserve a “remnant.” With love and urgency, I beg my readers to waste no more time and begin climbing the steps into the refuge God has provided…Continue reading

Time Out!

 

I SAID that I would write next on how to confidently enter the Ark of Refuge. But this cannot be addressed properly without our feet and hearts firmly rooted in reality. And frankly, many aren’t…Continue reading

Our Lady: Prepare – Part III

Star of the Sea by Tianna (Mallett) Williams
Our Lady’s love and protection over the Barque of Peter, the faithful Church

 

I have much more to tell you, but you cannot bear it now. (John 16:12)

 

THE following is the third and last part of what can be summarized in the word “Prepare” that Our Lady has laid on my heart. In some ways, it’s as though I have prepared 25 years for this writing. Everything has come into more focus over the past few weeks—like a veil has been lifted and that which was seen dimly is now clearer. Some things I’m going to write below may be hard to hear. Some, you may have already heard (but I believe you will hear with new ears). This is why I have begun with the beautiful image above that my daughter recently painted of Our Lady. The more I gaze at it, the more strength it gives me, the more I feel Mamma with me… with us. Remember, always, that God has provided Our Lady as a sure and safe refuge.Continue reading

The Labor Pains are Real

The Sheep have been scattered…

 

I’m in Chicago and the day all the churches closed down,
before the announcement,
I woke up at 4 am from a dream with Mother Mary. She said to me,
“All of the churches will close today. It has begun.”
—from a reader

 

OFTEN a pregnant woman will feel slight contractions in her body several weeks before child birth, what are known as “Braxton Hicks” or “practice contractions.” But when her water breaks and she begins hard labor, it is the real deal. Even though the first contractions may be tolerable, her body has now begun a process that cannot be stopped.Continue reading

The Father is Waiting…

 

OKAY, I’m just going to say it.

You have no idea how hard it is to write all there is to say in such a little space! I’m trying my best not to overwhelm you while at the same time trying to be faithful to the words burning on my heart. For the majority, you understand how important these times are. You do not open these writings and sigh, “How much do I have to read now?” (Still, I really do try my best to keep everything succinct.) My spiritual director said recently, “Your readers trust you, Mark. But you need to trust them.”  That was a pivotal moment for me because I’ve long felt this incredible tension between having to write you, but not wanting to overwhelm. In other words, I hope you can keep up! (Now that you are likely in isolation, you have more time than ever, right?)

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