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Revelations of St. Bridget

Revelations and Prophecies Imparted to St. Bridget


Book Four

Chapter Sixty-Five

          In Chapter Sixty-Five of Book Four of the Prophesies and Revelations of St. Bridget of Sweden, Our Lady speaks again to the bride, this time of the need to hear and speak the truth boldly, for he who is silent will not be rewarded. Rather, he will find punishment. What the Mother of God is conveying is that we can never be content to rest on the sidelines, but that we are her Knights in the Church Militant and we must defend the Castle, which is the Holy Catholic Church, even from within. These words hit home all the more in our time of the Great Apostasy when the Castle has been breached and commandeered by heretics who have heard the truth in the teachings of the Church, but have refused to act or follow Church doctrine or are lax in following through. There will be a great price to pay for such lack of commitment. But those who stand for the truth at all times no matter the cost or opposition, will be greatly rewarded. It is a reconfirmation that what Sedevacantists have been saying is correct and we cannot afford to be silent for we do not want to forfeit the reward God has for those loyal to Him and His True Church.

    The Mother speaks again: "You ought to be like an empty vessel ready to be filled, neither so wide that it cannot hold what is poured into it, nor so deep that it lacks a bottom.

    "This vessel is your body, which is empty when it is a stranger to desire. It has the proper width when the flesh is prudently disciplined so that the soul is able to understand spiritual things and the body is strong enough to work. The vessel is bottomless when the flesh is not restrained by any form of abstinence and the body is not denied whatever the mind desires.

    "Now listen to what I have to say: My servant uttered an unfeathered word when he said: 'What is it to me to be speaking about things that do not have to do with my state in life?'

    "Words like that are not fitting for a servant of God. Anyone who hears and knows the truth and is silent about it is liable to punishment, if not to being completely rejected.

    "A certain ruler had a strong castle in which there were four good things: undecaying food that chased away all hunger, healthy water that quenched every thirst, a sweet-smelling fragrance that drove away all poisonous vapors, indispensable weapons to weaken every foe.

    "While the ruler was attending to other matters, the castle was at last beseiged. When the ruler found out, he said to his herald: 'Go and proclaim the following with a loud voice to my soldiers: I, your ruler, shall free my castle. Anyone who follows me with a good will shall be with me in my glory and receive similar honor. If anyone falls in battle, I will raise him up to a life without need or anxiety. I shall give him lasting honor and unfailing plenty.'

    "The servant received his orders and made the proclamation, but he was not careful enough in doing so and the proclamation did not reach the ears of the most valiant soldier. So this soldier kept away from the battle.

    "What will the ruler do to this soldier who would gladly have fought but who did not hear the words of the herald? Indeed, he will be rewarded for the sake of his good will, but the negligent herald will not be exempt from punishment.

    "This castle is the Holy Church founded through the blood of my Son. In the church is His Body that chases away all hunger. In it is the water of gospel wisdom, the fragrance of saintly example, and the weapons of His passion. This castle is now beset by enemies, for many are to be found in the Holy Church who preach my Son with their voices but do not agree with Him in their conduct. What they speak with their voices, they contradict in their intentions, for they do not care about their heavenly homeland but only want to gain their own pleasure.

    "Accordingly, in order that the enemies of God may decrease in number, the friends of God should be unflagging in their efforts, for their reward will not be a temporal one but the kind knowing no end."


Revelations and Prophesies Imparted to St. Bridget of Sweden
Book Four: Chapter Sixty-Five