To our Most-Reverend Bishops, Priests, Clergy and Parishioners,
I write in humility and love of our Triune God and his Blessed Mother Mary, in the holy name of our Lord Jesus Christ regarding our Father God’s requests in relation to Holy Mass through Jesus’ chosen End of Times Messenger, Fernanda de Sequeira.
In summary, our Father God’s requests are that:
- Communion is to be received in the mouth not on the hands. The Body of Christ is to be handled only by priests. On special occasions, such as visiting the sick, this request may be waivered.
- Communion is to be received by genuflecting, making the Sign of the Cross, receiving, bowing and then making the Sign of the Cross again, or similarly received on the knees.
- The Body of Christ must be elevated with tenderness and care by priests at the moment of Elevation.
- The Body and Blood of Christ must be received worthily by making regular use of the Sacrament of Confession .
- Those attending Mass should dress modestly. They must not be late, they must fill pews from the front of the church and they must focus on Jesus who is sacrificing himself for us in Mass. They should absorb the content of the readings, offer up petitions, and know what they are asking for in the Our Father prayer .
- The doors for Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament must be kept open: many graces will be conceded and all those who come to Adoration, will be protected.
More information can be found by reviewing the following messages:
In addition to the above:
- Mother Mary and Jesus have confirmed the same through other visionaries, such as: Our Lady of Roses through Veronica Leuken in 1984, Our Lady of Akita through stigmatist Sister Agnes Katsuko Sasagawa in 1973, and Jesus and Mary through Rosa Lopez over the period 1995 to 2000. Jesus also told St Bridget of Sweden in 1373 that priests had the privilege to touch his most Holy Flesh with their hands (not others).
- Miracles confirm the same: St Catherine of Sienna (1347−1380), St Bonaventure (1221−1274), St Mary Magdalen de Pazzi (1566−1607) and St Therese Neumann (1898−1962) were given Holy Communion from Jesus himself into their mouths. Other saints have similarly received Communion from angels, for example, when the Angel of Portugal appeared to the three Fatima visionaries Lucia, Jacinta and Francisco in 1916, they knelt to receive: then the angel provided Communion to one and the contents of the chalice to the other two and the children did not hold the host or the chalice. Consecrated hosts have flown miraculously from priests hands (in some cases the tabernacle) directly into the mouths (not hands) of various faithful servants of God, such as: Stigmatist St Maria Crecentia Höss (1682−1744), Stigmatist Sr Marie Columba Schonath (1730−1787), Stigmatist Marthe Robin (1902−1981) and Conchita González (1949−present). There have even been Eucharistic miracles where animals have knelt down before consecrated hosts.
- The souls in purgatory have confirmed the same through Mystic Maria Simma (1915–2004), who devoted her life to the poor and received regular visits from the souls in purgatory.
- Not a single pope has given Communion on the hands and pope saints confirm the same : Pope St Sixtus I (ad 42–125) wrote, “It is prohibited for the faithful to even touch the sacred vessels or receive in the hand. The sacred vessels are not to be handled by others than those consecrated to the Lord.” Pope St Eutychian (275−283) forbade the faithful from Communion in their hand. St Basil the Great (330–379), one of the four great Eastern Fathers, considered Communion in the hand so irregular that he did not hesitate to consider it a grave fault. Pope St Leo the Great (440−461) energetically defended and required faithful obedience to the practice of administering Holy Communion on the tongue of the faithful. Saint Pope Pius X (1903−1914) stated that at the moment of receiving Holy Communion one must kneel. Pope Paul VI (1963−1978) recognised that Communion on the tongue was more conductive to faith, reverence and humility and must be retained. St Pope John Paul II (1920–2005) had a sign posted on St Peter's Basilica specifying that all priests who celebrated Mass in St Peter's were, no matter where they came from, to give Communion on the tongue. He also stated, “I did not revoke what any of my predecessors said about this... hear my dear priests and dear brothers and sisters, only Communion on the tongue and kneeling is allowed, I say this to you as your Bishop” [disabled and sickly are of course exempt]... “There is an apostolic letter on the existence of a special valid permission for this [Communion in the hand]. But I tell you that I am not in favour of this practice, nor do I recommend it” ... "The Holy Eucharist is the gift of the Lord, which should be distributed to laymen through the intermediation of Catholic priests who are ordained especially for this work. Laymen are neither permitted to take the Sacred Host by themselves nor the Consecrated Chalice."
- And other saints confirmed the same: St Augustine (354−430) said "but no-one eats this flesh, before he has not adored it… we sin if we do not adore it." St Thomas Aquinas (1225−1274) confirmed that “the Body of Christ must not be touched by anyone other than a consecrated priest. No other person has the right to touch it, except in case of extreme necessity." Blessed Mother Teresa (1910–1997) also stated that the thing that saddens her most is seeing people take Communion on the hands.
- The Catechism of the Catholic Church confirms the same: The Council held at Saragozza in ad 380 decreed excommunication to anyone who dared to continue the practice of Communion on the hand. The local council at Rouen in France in 650 also stated, “Do not put the Eucharist in the hands of any layman or laywomen but only in their mouths.” In 692, the Council of Constantinople, which was known as the Council in Trullo (not one of the ecumenical councils held there) prohibited the faithful from giving Communion to themselves. It decreed an excommunication of one week’s duration for those who did so in the presence of a bishop, priest or deacon. The Council of Trent (1545–1563) also stated that priests alone have been given power to consecrate and administer the Holy Eucharist and that no one else is to touch it (Council of Trent, Session 13, Chapter 8). The Catholic Catechism today makes no mention of hands or mouth, meaning that the Council of Trent applies.
- The law of the Church, as confirmed by Pope Paul VI, also states that Communion railings must remain in Churches for those who wish to receive Communion kneeling and on the tongue. Despite this fact, many churches today are in violation of this law. If kneelers were reintroduced, and all used them, priests would be able to give Communion to more people, with reverence, in a shorter space of time.
I pray that all Catholics have the humility to implement these changes in the Church and humbly ask for prayers in this regard. Thank you for taking the time to read and hear our Lord’s call.
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 Many ignore this call and cause Jesus immense pain by receiving him unworthily. “Therefore whosoever shall eat this bread, or drink the chalice of the Lord unworthily, shall be guilty of the body and of the blood of the Lord. But let a man prove himself: and so let him eat of that bread, and drink of the chalice. For he that eateth and drinketh unworthily, eateth and drinketh judgment to himself, not discerning the body of the Lord.”
[1 Corinthians 11:27–30]
 In particular, asking God to forgive them as they forgive. Many are holding onto unforgiveness, which means their sins are not forgiven. See Matthew 6:15 and Mark 11:26.
 Whether Jesus gave his Precious Body to his apostles in the hands or the mouth has no relevance in this discussion as they were Jesus’ first bishops and priests and therefore had the privilege to handle the Holy Eucharist.