How To Respond, if the Warning happens this Good Friday

The Warning illuminates the conscience of each person, showing them the sins that they have committed, as understood by their own conscience. But the Warning only shows people the sins still remaining on their consciences. So if you have repented from a past sin, it might not be shown to you.

Therefore, the best preparation for the Warning is to examine your conscience and repent and go to Confession. The Warning does not give anyone objective knowledge of right and wrong. So when the Warning shows you a sin, it is showing you an act which you yourself knew was morally wrong, at the time the act was committed.

When the Warning happens, accept the correction offered by this difficult blessing. Admit that you are a fallen sinner, who has sinned many times in life. Regret the things that you have done wrong, offenses against your own conscience. And resolve to love God and neighbor, to avoid all grave sins in the future, and to follow your conscience.

If the Warning throws you into a deep sadness, do not despair. The next event is the Consolation, on Easter Sunday. It is a blessing given to all who accept the correction of the Warning, by repenting of their sins. The Consolation relieves the suffering caused by the Warning: the sorrow and difficulty of admitting your sins. The Consolation consoles and strengthens the human spirit, so that we are not overburdened by the realization of our sins.

If you find the Warning on Good Friday to be overwhelming, consider your sins, repent, and resolve to become a better person. Then wait for the Consolation on Easter Sunday.

Then the third event is the Miracle of Healing, which will occur on May 11th, if the Warning, Consolation, and Miracle are this year.

Ronald L. Conte Jr.
Roman Catholic theologian and translator of the Catholic Public Domain Version of the Bible.

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7 Responses to How To Respond, if the Warning happens this Good Friday

  1. stesvis says:

    Sorry i don’t agree wit the dates but i have a question.
    How about those terrorist, islamic extremists?
    In their conscience they think they’re doing good. Does that mean they’re fine??

    • Ron Conte says:

      Some sins are so gravely immoral, so clearly contrary to reason, that the sinner cannot have a sincere but mistaken conscience. So, I think terrorists realize, on some level in their hearts and minds, that they are doing evil. They might repent at the Warning. They could possibly repent. But I think most will reject repentance, and become all the more desperate for power.

  2. Matt says:

    The most terrible sin that will affect the conscience of many will be Commandment #1 – the lack of loving God with all your heart, mind, and soul.

    The Virgin Mary in Medjugorje stated “People will tear their hair, brother will plead with brothers, they will curse their past lives without God, they will repent, but it will be too late.”

    • Ron Conte says:

      It is never too late to repent. Anyone can repent, at any time prior to death, and still be saved. But it will be “too late” only in the sense that they must endure much suffering because they did not repent sooner.

  3. Michael says:

    What if someone, in arrogance truly believe they have never sinned & therefore in themselves have nothing on their conscience to repent. How do you think that senareo would play out in regards to the warning?

    • Ron Conte says:

      Little children, who have not sinned, will be strengthened in conscience, to help them sin less as they get older. Adults cannot mistakenly sincerely think that they have never sinned. So that is not a realistic hypothetical.

  4. Matt says:

    April 2, 2017 Message to Mirjana (Medjugorje)

    “Dear children, apostles of my love, it is up to you to spread the love of my Son to all those who have not come to know it; you, the little lights of the world, whom I am teaching with motherly love to shine clearly with full brilliance. Prayer will help you, because prayer saves you, prayer saves the world. Therefore, my children, pray with words, feelings, merciful love and sacrifice. My Son has shown you the way – He who became incarnate and made of me the first chalice, with His exalted sacrifice He has shown you how you need to love. Therefore, my children, do not be afraid to speak the truth. Do not be afraid to change yourself and the world by spreading love, by doing everything for my Son to be known and loved by loving others in Him. As a mother I am always with you. I am imploring my Son to help you for love to reign in your life – love that lives, love that draws, love which gives life. I am teaching you such love – pure love. It is up to you, my apostles, to recognize it, live it and spread it. Pray with feeling for your shepherds so that they can witness my Son with love. Thank you.”

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