La Salette

La Salette ラサレット

September 19th, 1846

"If my people do not obey, I shall be compelled to loose my Son’s arm. It is so heavy that I can no longer hold it."
“How long have I suffered for you! If my Son is not to abandon you, I am obliged to entreat him without ceasing. But you take no heed of that. No matter how well you pray in the future, no matter how well you act, you will never be able to make up what I have endured on your behalf.”

“I have given you six days to work. The seventh I have reserved for myself yet no one will give it to me. This is what causes the weight of my Son's arm to be so heavy.”

“The cart drivers cannot swear without bringing in my Son's name. These are the two things that make my Son's arm so heavy.”

“If the harvest is spoiled, it is your own fault. I warned you last year by means of the potatoes. You paid no heed. Quite the contrary, when you discovered that the potatoes had rotted, you swore, you abused my Son's name. They will continue to be spoiled, and by Christmas time this year there will be none left.”
“A great famine is coming. But before that happens, children under seven years of age will be seized with trembling and die in the arms of those holding them. The others will pay for their sins by hunger. The grapes will rot and the walnuts will become worm-eaten.”

“If my people are converted, the very stones will become mounds of wheat and the potatoes will grow self-sown.”

“Do you say your prayers well, my children?” The children answered with one voice: “Not too well, Madame, hardly at all!”
“Ah, my children, it is very important to do so, at night and in the morning. When you don't have time, at least say an Our Father and a Hail Mary, and whenever you can, say more.”

“Only a few rather elderly women go to Mass in the summer. Everyone else works every Sunday all summer long. And in winter, when they don't know what else to do, they go to Mass only to scoff at religion. During Lent, they go to the butcher shop like dogs.”

“Once near the field of Coin…”
“Have you ever seen spoiled wheat, my children?”

“You will make it known to all my people.”

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