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Apparition at Tuy (1929-06-13) Category: History Heart. Consecration of France

History. Request for Consecration

The request of God to consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

On June 13, 1929, Sister Lucia Santos had an apparition the Most Holy Trinity. Near the right arm of the cross was Our Lady and in her hand was her Immaculate Heart. Our Lady said to Lucia: “The moment has come in which God asks the Holy Father, in union with all the Bishops of the world, to make the consecration of Russia to my Immaculate Heart, promising to save it by this means. There are so many souls whom the Justice of God condemns for sins committed against me, that I have come to ask reparation: sacrifice yourself for this intention and pray.”

Later, in an intimate communication, Our Lord complained to Lucia, saying: “They did not wish to heed my request!… Like the King of France, they will repent and do it, but it will be late. Russia will have already spread her errors throughout the world, provoking wars, and persecutions of the Church: the Holy Father will have much to suffer.”

In a letter of August 29, 1931, addressed to her bishop, Sister Lucia told the bishop about recently receive revelation regarding the consecration of Russia. In this intimate communication God said to Lucia: “Make it known to My ministers that, given they follow the example of the King of France in delaying the execution of My request, they will follow him into misfortune. It will never be too late to have recourse to Jesus and Mary.”

Hundred years: June 13, 1929June 13, 2029

In 1689 Margaret Mary Alacoque had addressed to Louis XIV, the King of France, with the Lord's requirement of the consecration of France to His Sacred Heart. This requirement has been ignored. As a result, exactly one hundred years later, the French Revolution happened. And about three and a half years after the Revolution's inception (1789-06-17 — 1793-01-21) the King was beheaded.

If the solemn consecration of Russia by the Pope together with all the Catholic bishops will not happen, then the world could expect that in June 2029 the great distress will begin.

2032. The End of the Papacy

The «Prophecy of the Popes» by St. Malachy of Armagh predicts that the end of the Pontificate of the last Pope, i.e. the end of the papacy, falls on Thursday, March 18, 2032.

The request of Our Lord to consecrate France to His Sacred Heart

In 1689, shortly before her death, Margaret Mary Alacoque wrote several letters to her ex-Superioress Mother de Saumaise. These letters let into the theme of the reign of the world's Sacred Heart of Jesus. Some of these letters were addressed to Louis XIV, the King of France. Margaret Mary had suggested that through the King's confessor, Father Francis de La Chaise, those letters should be handed over to the King.

These letters contained the request of Our Lord to the King of France:
the King must consecrate France to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Margaret Mary Alacoque wrote to Mother de Saumaise to thank her for what she had done toward promoting devotion to the Sacred Heart. The letter expresses the confidence in the establishment of the reign of the Sacred Heart.

Margaret Mary Alacoque wrote the second letter. It described the desire of the Lord, addressed to King Louis XIV: King has to consecrate himself, his court, and the whole of his kingdom to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

Margaret Mary Alacoque wrote the third letter. It emphasizes the importance of the issue raised and expressed the concern at the lack of response.

Margaret Mary Alacoque wrote the last letter to transfer to the King Louis XIV. She emphasized again the seriousness of the issue of the consecration of France to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. This letter-declaration in the solemn and majestic words sets out in details all steps of the required consecration.

At the age of 43 Margaret Mary Alakok had reposed in the Lord.

Neither King Louis XIV, nor his successors — Louis XV, and then Louis XVI — did not fulfill this requirement.

French Revolution

In May 5, 1789, during an acute financial and political crisis, King Louis XVI convened the Estates-General. It was the eve of the French Revolution. Prior to this, the last convocation of the Estates-General was in 1614.

The Estates-General (фр. États Généraux) — a general assembly, existing in 1302—1789, represented the French estates of the kingdom: First Estate — the clergy, Second Estate — the nobles, and Third Estate — the common people (98% of France's population). The Estates-General proposed solutions to king's government's financial problems.

On May 28, the representatives of the Third Estate began to meet on their own. from June 13 to June 17 they were gradually joined by some of the nobles and the majority of the clergy. On June 17, this group began to call itself the National Assembly.

This happened exactly 100 years after the letter of Mary Margaret Alakok on 1689-06-17, which sets forth the requirement of the Lord to dedicate France to His Sacred Heart.

On 9 July 1789, the National Assembly reconstitutes itself as the National Constituent Assembly (fr. Assemblée nationale constituante) and began to function as a governing body and a constitution-drafter.

King Louis XVI acquiesced to the Civil Constitution of the Clergy.

Consecration was done but it was late

King Louis XVI was arrested on 13 August 1792 and imprisoned at the Temple's tower. On 21 September 1792, the National Assembly abolished the Monarchy and declared the First French Republic. Being imprisoned at the Temple's tower, Louis XVI secretly consecrated France to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, but it was late because he was not a king of France any more.

On Monday, 21 January 1793, Louis was beheaded by guillotine on the Place de la Révolution.

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