September 28, 1970 Bayside Message•Apparitions of the Virgin Mary to Veronica Lueken Pt 1

“They are in grave danger . . .  
Only You Can Save Your Children”
 

September 28, 1970
Eve of SS. Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, Archangels

Our Lady—"My child, we are losing ground. Pray, My child, that the world will not suffer His vengeance. Man must come of his own will. We cannot force love."

"Many mothers' hearts will be saddened. Luciel takes the words from their heart. We cast them down, but they work their vengeance.

"Save your children. Guard them constantly. They are in grave danger. I bring you mothers together, for only you can save your children, for only you care."

SIGNS OF THE TIMES
"Open your eyes to the signs of the times and you will not be in darkness."

"I come not only to cure bodies but to save souls. Many will suffer My sorrow. Redemption, grace, peace I carry in abundance, all for the asking."

"No land is free from his destruction. No one will escape this destruction. Be not secure in your blindness."

 

"Retire within yourself, My child. I have warned you many times. You do not learn a lesson easily, My child. I only seek to protect you. Do not feel badly; it is for your welfare that I must admonish you. The good sees not the bad. But you must be more prudent in the future."

"You must make more sacrifices, My child. All of you must make more sacrifices."

 

funny that he appears like a peanut by the side of the awesome-sized Michael.]

Padre Pio was wearing a dark brown robe, with a light tan rope around his waist and an extremely large Rosary hung from his side. The Rosary was a light tan color.

Padre Pio—"Mary Elena, I hear you."

Veronica saw the angels Michael, Gabriel, and Raphael, dressed in white robes with gold braid

 
 

Veronica is overjoyed at seeing her son Raymond in Heaven, at the February 1, 1974 Vigil.

PADRE PIO
Padre Pio then appeared to Veronica, and said:

Padre Pio —"I have lived in the world. The road to Heaven is not that difficult."

[Veronica was most beguiled by the apparent humor of Padre Pio, for he poked Michael kiddingly in the side, for the Padre thinks it so