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St. John the Baptist

June 24, 2017

Work office

Note: During noon mass at St. Mark Catholic Church on Wednesday June 21, 2017, the visionary began suffering with intense pain in her hands.  During the consecration of the Eucharist, blood flowed from the palms of her hands, although no wounds were visible at this time.  Following mass, wounds began to appear on both palms.  Over the coming days, the wounds would oscillate between open and bleeding accompanied by excruciating pain, to closed and not bleeding (but still visible), with moderate to severe pain.  When open, the wounds were deep enough to insert a finger into approximately one-half inch.


On the evening of June 24, 2017 at approximately 6pm (after her work hours had ended), the visionary remained at work because she was suffering with excruciating pain in her hands.  She sought refuge in an empty office nearby.  Soon after she reported to her spiritual director:


"The suffering was ever so much more intense than before.  I feel like I either passed out or was carried away in the Spirit because the next thing I knew I was on the floor in this abandoned office I had locked myself in.  I was getting to my feet and then realized I had a visitor in the office with me.  It was a man who I supposed was John the Baptist since I had been expecting to see him.  He was familiar and I realized I had seen him at something at church when I saw saints - I don't remember now if it was a baptism or confirmation.  He didn't say anything for a minute so I said, "Are you John the Baptist?" He said "I am he."  He said he had a message.  This is the message he gave me:"

Saints and angels offer man's prayers to the Lord

For the Lord is full of compassion

And desires to answer the prayers of man.

The Son yearns for man to come to Him

The Mystical Rose implores man to turn to the Son

The redeemer and the redeemed.

The Mystical Rose comes Friday at 6 pm

She invites you to meet her.

She has heard men's cries

She has heard their longing

She knows their sorrow

She brings hope.

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