Thursday, October 12, 2006

Prophetic Dream of Two Pillars

St. John Bosco had a prophetic dream in 1862 of the holy Catholic Church as a huge ship on rough waters with the Holy Father and the clergy at the head. There were many smaller boats surrounding it. Some of them, which represented different persecutions and people who were against the Catholic Church, were shooting at the ship. The dream went through a series of Holy Fathers and then came to one who began steering the ship in between two huge pillars to anchor on. On top of one pillar was our Heavenly Mother and on top of the other higher up was our Eucharistic Lord. Every time the ship was shot at, a wind (representing the Holy Spirit) would blow from the two pillars and restore it. Once the Holy Father anchored the ship to the two pillars and peaceful calm came over the waters ( representing the era of peace). Many of the boats who were once shooting at the ship began to sink, others began anchoring on to the two pillars as well. For the rest of this information follow the LINK.

2 comments:

Lynn Stewart said...

Thanks for posting this Denise. It is so reassuring to me and gives me hope for our beloved Church!
(((hugs)))
Lynn

Esther said...

Same here Denise. Mahalo for posting this.