The Church is on Calvary

By Manuela Strack

October 25, 2022

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Appearance of the King of Mercy on October 25, 2022 over the Maria Annuntiata well on the Jerusalem House plot

I see a large golden sphere of light in the sky accompanied by two smaller spheres of light. They float to us. The great golden sphere of light opens and the gracious Infant Jesus in the form of Prague comes to us. The King of Mercy wears a royal blue robe with a royal blue cloak this time. The cloak of the merciful Infant Jesus is embroidered with golden lilies. It wears a large golden crown and dark brown short curly hair. The Merciful Child has blue eyes. In His right hand the Divine Child carries a large golden scepter and in His left hand the Vulgate (Holy Scripture). Now the other two balls of light open and two angels in plain white robes emerge from them and spread the cloak of the merciful child over us like a tent for protection.

The King of Mercy speaks:

"In the name of the Father and of the Son - that am I - and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Look at the color of My Mantle and My Robe. Through your prayers you have brought blessings to Germany and the world. Your big prayer in Berlin was very beneficial. Behold, I am opening My Heart.”

Golden rays come down to us from the heart of the child Jesus.

The Infant Jesus speaks:

“Did I not say that My Most Holy Mother prays for you at the Throne of the Eternal Father? It is a joy for Me when you honor My Most Holy Mother. So I come to you, not to punish you. I come to you with my golden scepter: to call you to turn around, to admonish you! It is up to you, dear souls, what will happen in the world. The Father, the Eternal Father, gave you free will. To this My Most Holy Mother bows.

I want to adorn your souls. They shall become my lily garden.”

M.: "You have the lilies on your robe , sir."

The divine child speaks:

“If you have repentance in your heart, do penance and live in the sacraments, your souls will become the most beautiful lily gardens in My Father's kingdom. Look at Me, don't look at the world! Don't look at the chaos!”

Now the Vulgate is opened by an invisible hand in the hand of the King of Mercy. I see Matthew 15, 1 and 2 in the Vulgate. A beautiful light comes to us from the Vulgate.

The merciful child speaks:

“Pray that the world may have mercy! Don't let up in prayer. My Church will follow Me. Behold, she is on Calvary! But don't let this worry you, because everything needs to be cleaned up."

The King of Mercy looks at us and says:

"This is the time of grace!"

The Infant Jesus presses His golden scepter to His Heart and it becomes the Aspergill of His Precious Blood. It blesses us and all who remember Him around the world with His Precious Blood:

"In the name of the Father and of the Son - that am I - and of the Holy Spirit. Amen. Come to me at the place of my grace and I will refresh you and give you consolation. Persevere in prayer! look at Me! I am your savior. Remain faithful to Me for there is no other commandment than what the Father has given you. I am with you ! "

The King of Heaven requests the following prayer from us and we pray:

“O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the fires of hell. Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who are most in need of Your mercy. Amen."

The angels sing, spreading the cloak of the King of Mercy further over us:
"Misericordias Domini in aetermum cantabo." (3X)

Again the King of Heaven desires the prayer: "O my Jesus, forgive us our sins..." which we pray.

   [*There will be a personal communication regarding the House of Mercy.]

The King of Mercy bids farewell with an "Adieu!"

M.: Goodbye!

The divine Child bestows His blessing on us in farewell “In the name of the Father and of the Son – that am I – and of the Holy Spirit. Amen."

Then It goes back into the light ball . The two angels do the same. The ball of light disappears.


Matthew Gospel Chapter 15, sections one and two please read!

15 Jesus' teachings in contrast to those of the Pharisees.  Then the scribes and Pharisees came to Jesus from Jerusalem and said,  Why do your disciples transgress the tradition of the elders? Don't wash your hands when you eat bread.  But he answered them, Why do you yourselves transgress the commandment of God because of your tradition?  For God commanded: You shall honor your father and mother, and: Whoever curses father or mother shall die (Deuteronomy 5:16) .  But you say: If anyone says to father or mother, 'An offering shall be what I have to offer you,'  so he need not honor his father and mother. With that you have broken God's commandment for the sake of your tradition.  You hypocrites, Isaias prophesied aptly of you:  This people honors me with their lips, but their heart is far from me.  But in vain do they honor me by preaching the doctrines and statutes of men (Is 29:13) . 10  Then he called the crowd to him and said to them, Hear and understand well! 11  It is not what goes into the mouth that defiles a man, but what goes out of the mouth that defiles a man. 12 Then his disciples came up and said to him, Do you know that the Pharisees were stumped when they heard the word? 13  He answered, Every planting that my heavenly Father has not planted will be uprooted. 14  Leave them alone! They are blind guides for the blind. But if a blind man leads a blind man, both fall into the pit. 15  Peter answered him, Explain this parable to us. 16  He said: Are you also still without understanding? 17  Do you not see that everything that enters the mouth enters the stomach and proceeds naturally? 18 But what comes out of the mouth comes out of the heart, and that defiles a person. 19  For out of the heart come evil thoughts, murder, adultery, fornication, theft, false witness, blasphemy. 20  This is what defiles man. But eating without washing your hands does not defile a person. 

16-20: The food does not reach the heart, ie the soul, so it cannot contaminate it either. But if the heart is impure, then the source is impure and so everything that comes out of it 1-20: Cf. Mark 7:1-23; Luke 6:39. The interpretations and additions of the scribes to the law of Moses were called "Traditions of the Ancients". They often perverted the spirit of the law, but were observed by some more strictly than the original law. The regulations on ablutions and on clean and unclean were particularly petty.