King Louis XIV – XVI Consecration to the Sacred Heart

At Rianjo, Spain in August 1931, Our Lord communicated to Sister Lucy His dissatisfaction with the Pope’s and the Catholic bishops’ failure to obey His command to consecrate Russia. He said:
Make it known to My ministers, given that they follow the example of the King of France in delaying the execution of My requests, they will follow him into misfortune. It is never too late to have recourse to Jesus and Mary.
In another text Lucy wrote that Our Lord complained to her:
They did not wish to heed My request! Like the King of France they will repent of it, and they will do it, but it will be late. Russia will have already spread its errors in the world, provoking wars and persecutions against the Church. The Holy Father will have much to suffer.
The reference by Jesus to the King of France’s disobedience and punishment is as follows:
On June 17, 1689 the Sacred Heart of Jesus manifested to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque His command to the King of France [Louis XIV] that the King was to consecrate France to the Sacred Heart. For 100 years to the day the Kings of France delayed, and did not obey.
So on June 17, 1789 the King of France was stripped of his legislative authority by the upstart Third Estate, and four years later the soldiers of the French Revolution executed the King of France as if he were a criminal.
In 1793 France sent its King, Louis XVI, to the guillotine. He and his predecessors had failed to obey Our Lord’s request that France be consecrated to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and thus misfortune had befallen both the King and his country.
http://www.fatima.org/essentials/message/msgtohier.asp

[My amendment – Stefan Gillies]

The liberal Cardinal Suenens of Belgium (who called into question Humanae Vitae — the papal encyclical reaffirming the immorality of artificial birthcontrol) exclaimed, “Vatican II is the French Revolution in the Catholic Church.” He also stated, “One cannot understand the French or the Russian revolutions unless one knows something of the old regimes which they brought to an end… It is the same in Church affairs: a reaction can only be judged in relation to the state of things that preceded it. The Second Vatican Council marked the end of an epoch; and if we stand back from it a little more we see it marked the end of a series of epochs, the end of an age.” And the modernist theologian, Father Congar, who was a periti (a so – called “expert”) at the Council exclaimed, “The Church has had, peacefully, its October Revolution.”
“The Novus Ordo Question”  by Robert T. Hart

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