Episode 4 – The Big Picture (Part II)

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IS there an "era of peace" coming?

In Episode 4 of Embracing Hope, a summary of my writings as to where we are and where we’re going in light of what the popes, the early Church Fathers, and Our Lady of Fatima have said. We are facing The Final Confrontation. How does it end? Watch Episode 4 now for a powerful and succinct message on the times we live in and the times that appear to be coming.

You can view this and previous webcasts at: www.embracinghope.tv.



It was confirmed last week that my family and ministry will be moving to another location in Canada.

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Episode 3 – The Big Picture

Embracing Hope, by Lea Mallett


WE are living in a time of grace and mercy, and a time of apostasy. How did we get here, and more importantly, where is the world going from here? Episode 3 sheds a powerful new light on Marian apparitions and the book of Revelation, and why we are facing a decisive confrontation between the powers of light and darkness, based on the words of the Holy Father and Sacred Scripture. Episode 4, next week, will continue to examine the "big picture," and why you need to prepare your heart for these times.

To view Episode 3, go to www.embracinghope.tv.


Episode 2 – Apostasy!

Embracing Hope, by Lea Mallett


PRIOR to Christ’s return, St. Paul teaches that there will be a great rebellion, an apostasy—a falling away from the faith. Is it here?

In Episode 2 on Embracing Hope TV, some of the most prominent voices of the past century are highlighted who make the case that something profoundly disturbing has happened in the Church. The argument is indisputable; the antidote is clear. At the end of the show is a rarely mentioned, but consoling promise of Jesus made in the Scriptures.

To watch Episode 2, go to https://www.markmallett.com/embracinghopetv/archives/166.

This is a powerful program every Christian should see. Help us spread the word. Help spread hope in these troubling times!



I have been following this apostolate for a long while; it has been my major source of staying in tune with what the Holy Spirit is saying to the Church, and the messages given have always been confirmed in myriads of ways. —Shirely, USA

Wow!  PRAISE BE TO GOD!!! This is better than I imagined… You have encouraged me more than you know. —Kathy, USA

Powerful! —Carmen, Canada

The show is beautiful, thanks so much.  —Patricia, USA

Embracing Hope TV

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Embracing Hope, by Lea Mallett


WHEN the Lord put a vision in my heart of a webcast to speak His "now word," I had a sense it would be at a time when major events were unfolding, or about to unfold in the world. Wow…

And so, finally the time has come for the second phase of this mysterious apostolate: to prepare the Church for the times which are here and coming through an internet webcast. You can imagine my surprise when the Holy Father made the following appeal last week:

Young people in particular, I appeal to you: bear witness to your faith through the digital world! Employ these new technologies to make the Gospel known, so that the Good News of God’s infinite love for all people, will resound in new ways across our increasingly technological world. —POPE BENEDICT XVI, Vatican City, May 20th, 2009

To view the first of this weekly webcast as well as the introductory video, go to www.embracinghope.tv. Please take a moment to pray for this endeavor. May Christ fill you with His grace, hope, and peace.


We cannot hide the fact that many threatening clouds are

gathering on the horizon. We must not, however,

lose heart, rather we must keep the flame of hope

alive in our hearts…

Catholic News Agency, January 15th, 2009





Video for Pope John Paul II

S O N G    F O R    K A R O L 

WHEN I met Pope Benedict in October of 2006,  I presented him a copy of Song For Karol which I had written the night Pope John Paul II died.

I recently finished a video tribute to the late Holy Father. Pope John Paul’s words and life have laid the foundation for the times which we live in. They have often inspired my writings and preaching. I often sense his presence very near me in my ministry…

The final words of this song are more urgent now than ever. Here is my tribute to Papa…