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A Brief Defense of Gisella Cardia

Updated: Mar 29

I was not going to give this defense since every private revelation is attacked [it just goes with the territory for prophets: as Jesus said, “O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, killing the prophets and stoning those who are sent to you!” (Mt. 23:37 and Lk. 13:34)]. And we all know what He said of the religious rulers of His time; He attacked them continually. This has not changed and now bishops act as if this is part of their job description to persecute messengers, as this quote demonstrates: “In today’s climate, not even the apparitions at Lourdes would be approved by the Church.” (Fr. Rene Laurentin, renowned Mariologist and “Prelate of His Holiness” to Pope Benedict XVI)

The messages given to Gisella Cardia will continue to be featured by this website despite this private revelation recently being declared as not supernatural in origin by the local bishop. Why?

Some messages to her have been increasingly critical of both the pope and the Vatican. The pope made some typically weak (as far as superficiality and unorthodoxy/incorrectness) remarks afterward in 2023. I do not know of a messenger besides Gisella Cardia who has received more messages critical of the hierarchy. So this action by the brand new bishop seems to be all too predictable with a tyrannical pope like Francis.  

He appointed Bishop Marco Salvi circa November 11, 2022. Whether Salvi was appointed to condemn this private revelation or not will be known in the Era of Peace, since there will be no disunity or confusion then. But in a little over a year after being appointed bishop by Pope Francis and installed January 8, 2023, he has condemned Gisella Cardia (on April 14, 2023 – only four months into his episcopacy – he urged the faithful not to attend the events led by her). This flies in the face of the past since bishops take a long time to discern such a weighty matter (in the case of Guadalupe, the bishop asked for proof and received it very soon, but that is most exceptional). The apparitions in Laus, France, were not approved until hundreds of years later. Bishop Salvi obviously did not do a thorough job.

In English there seems to be no adequate evidence for or explanation of Bishop Salvi’s determination. Furthermore, this private revelation is not over, so a final ruling is inappropriate and rushed (I would argue on purpose: just look at the astonishing timetable). My opinion is that the pope wanted this to be done a.s.a.p. The bishop said in his statement that there were “numerous theological errors.” Either none are mentioned or journalists are not revealing them. That is a major red flag. It is not enough for a bishop to just state something; he has to cite the errors. Bishops are not infallible. Even a pope is not, except under the rarest of circumstances.

Another very serious point of consideration is her stigmata. What did the medical doctors conclude, if indeed any were consulted? The veracity of her stigmata had already been established by a medical doctor! ( )

I do not know Italian, but the above is what I could gather from the English.  

In His message to her on March 19, 2024, Christ said: “Do not hinder My works. You are not defending your Faith! You are letting Satan blow his evil spirit upon you, filling you with hatred, rancor and violence.” This seems to be a clear correction of at least the bishop.

Some points need to be made. First, some bishops’ negative conclusions regarding private revelation have been reversed in the history of the Church, so they do not necessarily always speak for God.

“the Trevignano events” (pseudo-controversies surrounding this private revelation) can all be explained (for just one, she is a human being and is capable of mistakes in her life like all of us!). What did the scientists say when the blood was analyzed if this was even done? All I can say is that it was not pig’s blood, as the private investigator reported last year since the story dropped off the radar after his or her findings were made public. And who hired him or her? The globalists’ media machine took everything this person said as fact. Private investigators are not known for their objectivity! Satan’s power is clearly at an apex now.

With private revelation, as with everything else in a Catholic’s life, he or she must always follow his or her conscience. This is the teaching of the Church. So if you feel God wants you to continue following Gisella Cardia, then by all means do, especially in the absence of reasons by the bishop (if he has, indeed, given none).

I strongly encourage prayers for the bishop (and the pope if he is involved, as I think he is). Charity must be foremost in our lives. And as St. Paul teaches: “Put on the whole armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil. For we are not contending against flesh and blood, but against the principalities, against the powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual hosts of wickedness in the heavenly places.” (Eph. 11-12) And certainly let us pray for Gisella Cardia and her husband who have suffered so much for the truth contained in the messages to her.

As for me, I sincerely have no doubts about her authenticity, so I will continue to include her on my website – “as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD.” (Joshua 24:15) (I am not here to please anyone but God.) But no one has to believe in a private revelation, so if you would rather follow a different messenger, this site is here to give you very credible ones.


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