You read it all, for sure. Disregard the spelling and editing. Make the most out of this website. If it inspires you, find out more. I left out a lot of things. We observe that the fundamental works of the saints, many of whom were uneducated in theology, do not contradict one another over the course of two thousand years, but why? Through Christianity, they are all connected through time because the Holy Trinity is their source of Truth. God bless their lives and writings.

So what are the tools at our disposal to strengthen our faith? The Bible, of course, but also literature on accepted paranormal practices, incorruptible bodies, chats with mystics, stories of passion visions, pilgrimages to sacred locations, Marian apparitions, experiences with exorcists, and Jewish customs. They aid in our understanding of Christianity, together with prayer, Mass, and the sacraments. What remains constant after so many books is God's unwavering love for us (despite the fact that we continue to fail), the necessity of correcting our imperfections with practical, workable solutions, and emptying ourselves for the love of our neighbor. Our endeavor to deepen our relationship with God by praying and leaning on him during our most vulnerable times. Saints are always someone we can emulate in some devotions. Realizing that we are not alone and that God is constantly waiting for us inside of us, we must battle to be a part of the love that is the Trinity by making tiny sacrifices like fasting, prayer, and giving as much as we can to the less fortunate.

I hope this site has awakened your Christian curiosity. All of it is there, but applying those principles to our lives will require work both in understanding and in fixing sinful tendencies. You can start your journey by praying to Jesus every day at 3 p.m. for guidance and by wearing and praying the Rosary to honor Mary.

I'll share with you the most significant lesson Jesus imparted to a mystic, Maria Teresa Carloni (1919-1983), a modern-day stigmatic with exceptional mystical gifts. Teresa saw Jesus three times in human form in January 1967 while she and her friend were traveling in Israel. Jesus guided her to the tree He cried under at Gethsemane, Jerusalem; the tree is located near the basilica (many olive trees surround the basilica on the Mount of Olives). Teresa's description of Jesus is consistent with the 1934 portrayal of Jesus by Saint Faustina. The most serene location is Mount Tabor and the Mount of Beatitudes (Sea of Galilee), where Jesus made a second appearance to them. Jesus told them the standard by which people would be judged. Jesus said:

They will not be asked details about their lives, they won't be asked how many hours they worked or prayed, but they will have to answer about charity towards their neighbour:
.Have you been humble?
.Have you been meek?
.Have you suffered worthily?
.Did you hunger and thirst for justice?
.Did you have mercy?
.Have you been pure?
.Were you instruments of peace?
.Have you been persecuted for love of me?
In truth I tell you, that souls will be judged only based on this, that is, on charity.

But please have in mind the context of charity in this message. Fulton Sheen explains:

St. Paul tells us that philanthropy, sacrifice, alms, even martyrdom, if embraced for any reason except love of God does not deserve an eternal reward. "I may give away all that I have, to feed the poor; I may give myself up to be burnt at the stake; if I lack charity, it goes for nothing" (1 Cor 13:3).

Saint Thomas Aquinas in 1250 said,

Primarily and essentially the perfection of the Christian life consists in charity, principally as to the love of God, secondarily as to the love of our neighbor.

Can we match the 8 Beatitudes of Jesus (Gospel of St. Matthew 5:3-10), with the 8 questions in the revelation? Yes, they fit beautifully, clarifying, even more, its meaning.

Have you been humble?
"Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

Have you suffered worthily?
"Blessed are they who mourn, for they shall be comforted."

Have you been meek?
"Blessed are the meek, for they shall inherit the earth."

Did you hunger and thirst for justice?
"Blessed are they who hunger and thirst for righteousness, for they shall be satisfied."

Did you have mercy?
"Blessed are the merciful, for they shall obtain mercy."

Have you been pure?
"Blessed are the pure of heart, for they shall see God."

Were you instruments of peace?
"Blessed are the peacemakers, for they shall be called children of God."

Have you been persecuted for love of me?
"Blessed are they who are persecuted for the sake of righteousness, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven."

Book: Kingdom of Happiness: Living the Beatitudes in Everyday Life by REV Fr Jeffrey Kirby

Saint John the Apostle, Saint Teresa of Ávila, and numerous other saints declare that it is incorrect to devote oneself to prayer alone in a religious life and urge people to love their neighbors via their deeds rather than their words. Physical activity is required in a physical world based on volition. We have fully circled back. Love your neighbor as yourself and God with all of your heart.

Saint Bernard(1090-1153) may further clarify,

A good or bad tree is distinguished, not by its leaves or flowers, but by its fruit. So By their fruits, He saith, ye shall know them (S. Matt. vii. 16). Works, then, and not words, make the difference between sons of God and sons of unbelief. By works, accordingly, do you display your sincere desire and make proof of mine.

Book: Life And Works Of Saint Bernard, Abbot Of Clairvaux (1889) by John Mabillon 

Read the judgment and the resurrection of Gloria Polo to have a better understanding of charity.

As we delve further into Catholicism, we may want to go back to just reading Christian books and materials written by the Roman Catholic Church and Doctors of the Church. Even though Saint Thomas Aquinas and his 4300-page book can take some time, we can avoid offending God by improving our comprehension of Him. The Catechism of the Council of Trent is an essential work. Getting out of our comfort zones is a wonderful thing. Blessed Emmerich's visions are as far I would go as things may get very tricky going farther. Whether or if part of the stuff in mystic literature is true, reading about them makes us ponder. They help us to love and fear God more deeply. Was it worthwhile? This kind of journey would be uncommon. I answer "yes" because I now cheerfully pray the Rosary daily, I eagerly anticipate attending church, I try to fast once a week, and I visit confession without fear. It feels like I'm breaking out of a habit and pushing myself to find new avenues for growth. As we get more religious, the adversary will want to pull us away from people, but we now understand that compassion demands the exact opposite—that we grow humble before God. The Church cannot err since it is guided by the Holy Ghost. Anyone who speaks against the Holy Ghost will not be forgiven, such as arguing against the faith or misrepresenting the Christian faith to make it seem undesirable; in other words, "the willful blindness of mind and obstinacy of the will, in virtue of which we directly resist divine truth, revealed to us, and strive to prevent others from receiving it" but there is enough material on this site to start breaking down that stubbornness. That is, every sin that men repent of shall be forgiven, but the sin that is not repented shall never be forgiven, neither in this world nor the next by the spirit of Penance or the Holy Ghost.

Book: Treatise on the Love of God de Sales, Francis

Book: 33 Days to Merciful Love: A Do-It-Yourself Retreat in Preparation for Divine Mercy Consecration by Gaitley, Father Michael

But as God is infinite and time does not exist for the Trinity, if you choose to understand God from a philosophical perspective, you can read:

Book: Summa Theologica by Saint Thomas Aquinas

Book: City of God by Augustine of Hippo

LibriVox has both as audiobooks.

Always remember these words from Jesus to a Benedict Monk in 2012:

I will that all knowledge of Me lead to love of Me. Theology is useful only insofar as it leads to communion with Me in humble prayer and in adoration. Theology is at the service of love. Separated from love, it is a monstrous science that separates even from Me.

Then, what does it take to make it to Heaven? Let saint Mechtilde of the Blessed Sacrament (1614-1698) explain,

It will be done to us according to our faith, it is not in our merits that we base our salvation... a person who dies with great confidence in the goodness and merit of Our Lord, provided that she did not have willful sin, will go straight to Heaven... what happiness has this soul to return to God from Whom it came! But a reflection soon comes to disturb our joy, in view of our sins and faults, by fear of judgment. We can now say to our Lord: "You did not come for the righteous, but for sinners, of whom I am one. You are our Saviour, save me by your merits and your infinite goodness!" For I believe that a soul that would be well penetrated by this trust would have nothing to fear.

Jesus also said to Catholic nun Marie Lataste (1822-1847):

I am between God and men. No one can obtain anything from My Father unless he obtain it through Me. Now, I have placed My Mother between men and Me, and I grant nothing to men save by My Mother, and in consideration of her. Let the sinner address himself to Mary, let him obtain her protection, and he is forgiven. He who is at peace with Me is at peace also with My Father ; in like manner he who possesses the friendship of My Mother possesses My friendship also. Ask of Mary all the graces which you need, and she will obtain them for you; recognising your unworthiness, address yourself to Mary, and Mary will pray for you. All the graces which God distributes are in Me as in an immense reservoir ; I cause them to flow into Mary as into another reservoir ; and you must go and draw them thence. A grace is asked for, My Father consents, I grant it, and Mary gives it. If you wish to be always received by Me, pray Mary to present you, or present yourself in the name of Mary, begging Me to receive you, not for your own merits, but in consideration of Mary. When you cannot come to Me, go to Mary ; beseech her to intercede for you; I shall behold you with pleasure at her feet. Go to Mary in temptations, dangers, perils; by so doing you will be secure of victory. To be in the hands and under the protection of Mary is to be secure of your salvation.

Book: The life of Marie Lataste, lay-sister of the Congregation of the Sacred Heart by Edward Healy Thompson

Book: The Way of Salvation and of Perfection by Saint Alphonsus de Liguor

My best wishes on your path. God bless!