(Fatima) “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty! The Blessed Mother of Jesus, Message at Fatima.

(Fatima) “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty! The Blessed Mother of Jesus, Message at Fatima.

“More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason. The gospel,every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart” (Mt 5.28).

Saint John Chrysostom instructed women of all times about dress when in the fourth century he declared: “You carry your snare everywhere and spread your nets in all places. You allege that you never invited others to sin. You did not, indeed, by your words, but you have done so by your dress and your deportment. … When you have made another sin in his heart, how can you be innocent? Tell me, whom does this world condemn? Whom do judges punish? Those who drink poison or those who prepare it and administer the fatal potion? You have prepared the abominable cup, you have given the death dealing drink, and you are more criminal than are those who poison the body; you murder not the body but the soul. And it is not to enemies you do this, nor are you urged on by any imaginary necessity, nor provoked by injury, but out of foolish vanity and pride. ”

Much is also made of Padre Pio’s disdain for mini-skirts; the sign that was displayed in the San Giovanni Church read; ‘by Padre Pio’s explicit wish women must enter the confessional wearing skirts at least 8 inches below the knee. It is forbidden to borrow longer dresses in church and to wear them for the Confessional’.

Padre Pio refused a Canadian lady absolution and told her to return home. The lady had been selling women’s trousers in her clothes shop in Vancouver, but she had travelled all the way to Italy to meet Padre Pio. But when she went into the confessional, Padre Pio asked her to go home, dispose of all the trousers in her shop and not even to donate any of the items to women who might wear them.

Padre Pio said, “Don’t you know?” he asked, “what pain it costs me to shut the door on anyone? The Lord has forced me to do soI am His useless tool.”

Notice Padre Pio didn’t like having to be tough, but said Jesus made him do it. More importantly, we now know what Jesus thinks about these fashions. THE LORD OBVIOUSLY CAN’T STAND THEM!



“More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason. “[1]Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty. At Fatima…

JESUSTHE INDECENT STYLES OF DRESS CRUCIFY ME AND GRIEVE MY MERCIFUL HEART! Message To Pastor Enoch…  Read And Heed!

http://whoshallfindavaliantwoman.blogspot.com/2015/02/in-honor-of-saint-valentine.html?m=1

https://catholicismpure.wordpress.com/2011/12/22/padre-pio-g-k-chesterton-and-women-who-wear-trousers/

Full text of “The Message of Our Lady of Fatima, with Picture”

https://archive.org/…/TheMessageOfOurLadyOfFatimaWithPicture/fatimaSelectionspi…At Fatima, (God) sent us His Message as one more proof of these truths. … “[1] “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to …

“More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason. “[1] “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty. “[2]

NOTES 1. “More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason. “ Sr Lucia, the last living Fatima seer, said this refers primarily to sins against chastity, also called sins of impurity. The reason for this statement is not because sins against chastity are the most grievous sins, but the most common and, as Sr Lucia stated, “because of conscience, ” since sins of impurity are less likely to be repented of than other sins.

Why? 1) because the sense of injustice committed, which is the primary stimulus to repent of one’s sins, is not strongly felt when engaging in them, with the exception of adultery; 2) there is a greater sense of shame when committing certain impure acts and hence greater difficulty confessing them in the sacrament of confession, or even repenting of them in one’s heart; 3) sexual activity of all kinds is presented by our post-Christian — even anti-Christian — popular culture as natural and good, and sexual abstinence is even taught to be unhealthy.

The sixth commandment, relating to chastity, has always been called “the difficult commandment.” Today, with pornography everywhere and women and girls dressing more immodestly than ever, it can almost be called “the impossible commandment.”

However, Jesus assures us: “What is impossible with men is possible with God.” (Lk 18:27) We may add that all who invoke the Blessed Virgin Mary for help in overcoming sins of impurity, will receive the grace to do so, as she herself has revealed to St Bridget of Sweden and various other saints. And those who strive to live chaste lives know from experience, when sins of impurity are humbly repented of and confessed, a great burden is removed from our consciences, and we experience that peace of soul that the world and carnal indulgence cannot give.

2. Jacinta, before she died, said Our Lady had told her that certain fashions would be introduced that would greatly offend Our Lord, who had said in the gospel, “every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart” (Mt 5.28).

Saint John Chrysostom instructed women of all times about dress when in the fourth century he declared: “You carry your snare everywhere and spread your nets in all places. You allege that you never invited others to sin. You did not, indeed, by your words, but you have done so by your dress and your deportment. … When you have made another sin in his heart, how can you be innocent?

Tell me, whom does this world condemn? Whom do judges punish? Those who drink poison or those who prepare it and administer the fatal potion?

You have prepared the abominable cup, you have given the death dealing drink, and you are more criminal than are those who poison the body; you murder not the body but the soul. And it is not to enemies you do this, nor are you urged on by any imaginary necessity, nor provoked by injury, but out of foolish vanity and pride. ”

The late Father Bernard A. Kunkel, a great defender of modesty and decency, said concerning the words of Our Lady of Fatima: “She knew that… forces of evil would design these fashions, together with the filthy literature… movies and television shows… all as part of their program to break down morality, especially among the young people. Our Lady was only exposing this plan.” ‘

3. Francis Johnston, Fatima, The Great Sign (Rockford, IL:Tan Publishers, Inc., 1980) p. 36. For more information see www.wafusa.org


(Fatima)Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty! The Blessed Mother of Jesus, Message at Fatima.

Padre Pio said, “Don’t you know?” he asked, “what pain it costs me to shut the door on anyone? The Lord has forced me to do so…I am His useless tool.”

(Fatima) “Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. ” “Woe to women lacking in modesty… “More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason. The gospel, “every one who looks at a woman lustfully has already committed adultery with her in his heart” (Mt 5.28). Saint John Chrysostom instructed women of all times about dress when in the fourth century he declared: “You carry your snare everywhere and spread your nets in all places. You allege that you never invited others to sin. You did not, indeed, by your words, but you have done so by your dress and your deportment. … When you have made another sin in his heart, how can you be innocent? Tell me, whom does this world condemn? Whom do judges punish? Those who drink poison or those who prepare it and administer the fatal potion? You have prepared the abominable cup, you have given the death dealing drink, and you are more criminal than are those who poison the body; you murder not the body but the soul. And it is not to enemies you do this, nor are you urged on by any imaginary necessity, nor provoked by injury, but out of foolish vanity and pride. “

 

 

 

 

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