July 6, 2009
St. Thomas Aquinas

St. Thomas Aquinas says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“The Lord has spoken to you about ‘silent revolutions’–revolutions that take place insidiously and without outward manifestations until they are well on their way to fulfillment. Each one of these, whether political, moral or within the Church itself, begins in the human heart first. In order for this to take place, there must first be a weakness or flaw in Holy Love; this weakness leads the soul away from truth. When truth is compromised, right reason no longer exists in the soul.”

“This is how the soul gives himself over to rebellion–rebellion against the Father’s Will and compromise of righteousness. You can readily see this in governments that embrace abortion, euthanasia and violence. You can see it in moral degeneration through every form of media. You can see it in the Church, which in many circles, has fallen under love of power, money and the New Age influence.”

“Do not be surprised, then, that these Messages and, indeed the Ministry of Holy Love, is much maligned. Most often those in error do not accept correction well. Understand that what is embraced in hearts must change before these revolutions can be overturned. That is what this Mission and these Messages are about–changing hearts.”