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VIDEO LECTURES Given By MARIA SARACO

MESSAGES
From OUR LADY
Of
GARABANDAL

"Yes, I saw
them in ecstasy"
Bishop del Val Gallo

 
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The Secret Revealed to Maximin by Our Lady at La Salette in 1846…

 

MAXIMIN'S SECRET
of
OUR LADY of LA SALETTE

“Then, after [that], a great peace will come,
but it will not last a long time.
A monster will come to disturb it.
All that I tell you here will arrive in the other century,
at the latest in the year two thousand.”

Maximin 11 years old              

 

"On September 19, 1846, we saw a beautiful Lady. We never said that this lady was the Blessed Virgin but we always said that it was a beautiful Lady. I do not know if it is the Blessed Virgin or another person. As for me, I believe today that it is the Blessed Virgin. Here is what this Lady said to me:

"If my people continue, what I will say to you will arrive earlier, if it changes a little, it will be a little later. France has corrupted the universe, one day it will be punished. The faith will die out in France: three quarters of France will not practice religion anymore, or almost no more, the other part will practice it without really practicing it. Then, after [that], nations will convert, the faith will be rekindled everywhere.

A great country in the north of Europe, now Protestant, will be converted; by the support of this country all the other nations of the world will be converted. Before all that arrives, great disorders will arrive, in the Church, and everywhere. Then, after [that], our Holy Father the Pope will be persecuted. His successor will be a pontiff that nobody expects.

Then, after [that], a great peace will come, but it will not last a long time. A monster will come to disturb it. All that I tell you here will arrive in the other century, at the latest in the year two thousand.”

Maximin Giraud
(She told me to say it some time before.)
My Most Holy Father, your holy blessing to one of your sheep.
Grenoble, July 3, 1851.