I had an email from a Portuguese blogger, with the interesting site, Senza Pagare. He has a post about 50 of Luther’s ideas which are against the Catholic Faith.
Also, recently in Rome, he told me about a vision of a Blessed of whom I had previously never heard, Maria Serafina of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, beatifed in 2011. I found more about her at dom Mark’s blog, Vultus Christi. She saw angels. As a matter of fact, one angel showed her the punishment of Martin Luther. I found this at the blog Beggars All. I haven’t seen a hard source for this yet. Perhaps you readers have one.
In 1883, Sister Maria Serafina Micheli (1849-1911) was beatified in Faicchio in the province of Benevento in the diocese of Cerreto Sannita 28 May 2011, the foundress of the Sisters of the Angels, was going to Eisleben, Saxony, the birthplace of Luther.
The fourth centenary of the birth of the great heretic (10 November 1483) was celebrated on that day. Luther divided Europe and the Church. [The] streets were crowded, balconies included. Among the many personalities were expected at any time, with the arrival of Emperor Wilhelm I, who presided over the solemn celebrations.
The future Blessed, noting the great hoopla was not interested in knowing the reason for this unusual animation, his only desire was to find a church and pray to be able to make a visit to the Blessed Sacrament. After walking for a while, she finally found one, but the doors were closed.
She knelt on the steps for Serenity Prayer. As it was in the evening, she had not noticed that it was not a Catholic church, but Protestant. While praying, the angel appeared, who said to him. “Arise, because it is a Protestant church”
Then he added: “But I want you to see where Martin Luther was condemned and the pain he suffered as a punishment for his pride.”
After these words, she saw a terrible abyss of fire, where they were cruelly tortured countless souls.
In the bottom of this hole there was a man, Martin Luther, which differed from the other: it was surrounded by demons that forced him to kneel, and all armed with hammers, they tried in vain , to shove a big nail in the head.
Whatever else one might say about that vision, that’s a pretty hard head!
I don’t want anyone to wind up in Hell. Period.
Perhaps, dear reader, you will take the opportunity to examine your conscience, especially in regard to your obedience to the Church’s teachings and laws, and then…
GO TO CONFESSION!