The Schism

I have compiled four dated messages of Our Lady of Anguera about the future schism of the Roman Catholic Church. I have just kept the Key statements of the messages to facilitate your reading.  Satan is very active in the world and the Church is his most preferential target.


March 22, 2007

The Church will be shaken and there will be a great division.

March 29, 2008

You live in the moments of great tribulations. Don’t go away from The Lord. A great ship will split in two, and the hour of great sorrow will come to My poor children.

May 31, 2008

A rock will hit a great ship, which will break in two and there will be great suffering for My poor children… The day will come when a war between religious will leave many men and women withdrawn from the truth. That which I have predicted in the past will come to pass.

July 8, 2008

When the reign is divided, there will be great disorder among religious leaders. Many faithful men and women will wander aimlessly, full of doubts. They won’t know what side to be on. A wound will be opened in the heart of the Church.


Irreconcilable differences among prelates will cause the schism, and the Church founded by Christ will be wounded but won’t perish.  Let us pray to the Holy Spirit for Discernment.  The Mystic Body of Christ desperately needs the gift of discernment of spirits in The End of Times because of the proliferation of false prophets. Discernment is a supernatural ability to distinguish between truth and deceit, good and evil, and then determine if the source behind them is divine, human or satanic. The gift is the ability to sense into the spiritual world. Many Christians dismiss this charismatic gift of the Holy Spirit, because it is so supernatural in origin and manifestation that they cannot understand it naturalistic, and the Church loses when the gift is not encouraged and exercised. Saint John advises us: “Beloved, do not test every spirit but test the spirits to see whether they belong to God, because many false prophets have gone out into the world.” (1 John 4:1)

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