The new beginning of the sons of God

  1. In the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit. In Mary (Lk 1:27b), the Immaculate One, humanity experiences a new beginning (cf. 1 Kgs 19:7). All those who have at heart the dogma of Christianity and all men and women of good will, who believe in He who is the Way, the Truth and Life (Jn 1:4) must remain firmly anchored to this new start.

  2. Here is Christ’s message (Rom 9:28), which is both ancient and new at the same time, both timeless and eternal (Lk 21:32), and which through Mary, Mother Church, wants to reach the whole world once again, in these hard and difficult times (Ps 147:4).

  3. The sons of Mother Church belong to the one Truth (Jn 8:32), to the one message that has never changed from the beginning until today, and that will never change (Mt 5:18). The sons of Mother Church respect the one Truth that saves, which is Christ; they respect that Love which is Person in the Son (Jn 1:14); they respect Life, which is Christ; they respect the great gift given by the Father to everyone: the Breath of Life (Gen 2:7).

  4. As a consequence, here is the new relationship that must be ever closer between the Creator and His creatures (Gen 7:15; Jb 33:4). The Creator has distributed His talents upon His creatures (Mt 25:15-28), so that they could deepen their knowledge and grow, in order to thus understand the Mystery of Life (Jn 17:3).

  5. Now more than ever, Science (Sir 38:6) and Faith (Lk 17:6; Jn 14:1) must walk together, until the moment when Science will continue to progress (Sir 38:3) – and never regress (Jb 21:22) by seeking to take the place of the Father Creator – in order to then reach the point in which it will be able to look inwardly and say: “I can go this far but not beyond, for there is Infinity. Behold the Creator” (Rm 11:33).

  6. Behold the acceleration that will now take place. Behold, now more than ever, the words of the Gospel will be fulfilled in plenitude (Mt 24; Lk 17:21). There will be those who will believe and those who will remain unbelievers (Jn 20:27) and will keep on doing the same things as before (Zeph 3:1-2; Lk 17:28), without any trace remaining in their hearts of the words proclaimed by Jesus (Lk 8:5-7).

  7. Appearance takes and will increasingly take the upper hand in the hearts of those who live far from God or who live with a “god” tailored to their measure, giving their own image (Ex 32:7-8) to what could be that of God. Therefore, only in appearance, anyone can and will always be able to claim to be “god” (Mt 24:24) or to work on God’s behalf or to be the spokesman or witness of God (Lk 20:47); but of an anonymous and imaginary “god” (1 Jn 5:21).

  8. For this reason, all that is written in the Gospel will take place (Lk 17:33), in order to shake the Earth (Ps 76:19) and consciences (Is 2:10-12) and to bring justice to the sons of God, to those oppressed because of human injustice (Ps 71:4), to those who are last, to the little ones, to all those who cry out and invoke the Name of the true God (Lk 1:51-55).

  9. All that is written must happen, and is already taking place (Lk 17:26). Nature is rebelling, no longer bears fruit and makes the earth barren (Isa 42:15), just as hearts have become arid. Seasons will no longer be recognised as they were. Many upheavals are underway, and there will be even more. Nevertheless, there will always be those who, having hardened their hearts, will continue to do what they have always done (Lk 17:27; Acts 28:27), trying to live this Earth as if it were a personal property to be defended, to the detriment of their brothers and sisters.

  10. Behold, territories are and will be plundered and destroyed; and there will be brothers fighting against brothers (Gen 4:8); weapons that will destroy and will deprive of freedom, as is already happening now.

  11. Despite this, few are those who act so that all this may end. Many, on the other hand, for their own personal gain (cf. Jer 22:17) try to vaguely intervene by just talking, talking, talking. Behold the action of the enemy of God that clouds minds (cf. 2 Cor 3:14) and fires up those hearts that always seek supremacy over their brethren (Mt 22:39). Behold the demonic action that takes over in those hearts (Jn 8:44), by wanting to unify humanity with what is commonly considered spirituality. Here is that false “holy war” that others want to pursue, trying to bring the world to abjure the true God (Ex 20:1-4; 1 Jn 5:20).

  12. In this context, the Cross (Gal 6:14) that enlightens the world, the one Cross (Col 1:19-20) of Resurrection and Light, advances (Zeph 3:12-13) and will advance ever more (Heb 11:7), ploughing through this world so that the one Truth (Jn 14:17) may remain a shining bulwark (Ps 17:3) for everyone.

  13. Here is the resurgence of the sons of God that, like a sprouted seed (Is 11:1; Jer 33:15; Zec 6:12; Rev 5:5), advances to proclaim the Truth (Is 45:23; Jn 16:13) in the one Love that saves: Christ, the Way, the Truth and Life (Jn 14:6).

  14. I saw a new Earth and a new Heaven (Rev 21:1) and He who is seated on the Throne for eternity (Rev 4:2-3). No longer the immolated Lamb, but behold, the victorious Lamb (Rev 5) who leads the people to live the New Jerusalem. Behold the Dwelling Place of God among men (Rev 21:2) where Peace and Love reign; where holiness is in everyone; where the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit are.

  15. A never-ending day, where the Light (Is 60:1) shines eternally (Rev 21:23; 22:5), where the Wisdom of God envelops all and fills everyone (Sir 15:18), because everyone eternally is (1Jn 2:25).

  16. Behold eternity (2 Pet 3:18), where a pure and holy Love circulates and eternally is. Nothing of the past will be anymore. Everything will be forgotten: troubles, faults, mistakes, past loves, futile and trifling loves (Rev 21:4). And everything is concentrated in the one Love. Here is the true, complete and living brotherhood. Praises will be raised to God, and prayer will be the fundamental center (Rev 4:8). And all the saved ones will be there and will dwell there, with Christ and with Mary (Rev 21:3).

December 8, 2022
Solemn Feast
of the Immaculate Conception
of Mary Most Holy
Beginning of the liturgical year 2023

The Pontiff