When I got up this morning the very first thing that ran through my mind was the Armata Bianca Rosary Procession in Emmitsburg. I put on my watch as this ran through my mind and the time was 7:13.
A little later in the morning I walked downstairs to the computer to check my e-mail. I was not surprised to find a new message for the Feast of Fatima from Our Lady of Emmitsburg. I printed the May 13th message from Our Lady and the accompanying April 29, 2003 message from Jesus. This caused me to arrive at "Parish Church" a few minutes late for daily mass. I arrived at 8:33.
After mass I went to work in "hometown" and made copies of the latest pack of papers I wrote. I then had to go to Manassas. When I left SWIFT in "hometown" I stopped at "Parish Church" and dropped off the envelope with the papers on the table in the sacristy. At the very instant I put them on the table the feeling of peace hit me. I glanced at my watch and it said XX:XX:33.
I drove to Manassas and stopped at All Saints first and prayed the Chaplet of Divine Mercy and then drove across the street to SWIFT and arrived at 11:33. I finished the work I needed to do from Manassas at 2:33. I then completed other task that could be done from either Manassas or "hometown". When I finished I left work early to go to Emmitsburg. As I was leaving I looked at my watch and the time was 3:33.
While I was driving from Manassas to Leesburg to pick up Ted I had a lot of things running through my mind. All of the sudden my thought process was interrupted and was replaced with a phrase from the April 29, 2003 message to Gianna Sullivan from Jesus that said “I will reveal the Truth and ratify My prophets.” This crashed through my mind so suddenly I knew to look at my watch when it finished. The time was 4:13:33.
I continued to drive and picked up Ted at Wal Mart in Leesburg. I then noticed the time on the dash as we pulled out was 4:33. We drove to Emmitsburg and parked at St. Joseph’s. Ted stayed there and I walked down to the Basilica because that’s where the rosary procession was scheduled to begin.
The procession began at 6 PM and a visiting Dominican priest named Fr. Stan joined us. I carried the front half of the carrier that holds the statue of Our Lady of Fatima. There was a good number of people who took part in the procession. We prayed the Luminous mysteries. Dr. Michael Sullivan led the rosary. Gianna was not there.
About ˝ way to St. Joseph’s someone relived me and carried the statue of Our Lady of Fatima. Rick R was at the very front of the procession carrying a heavy statue of the Infant of Prague. Karen Major asked me if I would relive Rick and carry The Infant of Prague the rest of the way to St. Joseph’s. I did.
When we arrived at St. Joseph’s I was told to carry the statue and place it on a certain table in the parish hall because the church itself is currently closed during the week for electrical renovations. We arrived and when I placed the statue of The Infant of Prague down on the table the peace hit me again. I looked at my watch and the time was 6:33:33.
There were prayers, a Fatima video and refreshments. Fr. Stan gave a very nice talk about Fatima. When it was over Ted and I left. I looked at my watch as we walked out the parish hall door and the time was 7:33.
The weather was very nice. I asked Ted if he wanted to take a walk through the Grotto before we went home. Ted said he would like to do that. When we got to the statue of Our Lady of Fatima I asked Ted it he would like to pray a rosary. We did and at the very instant we finished the rosary I glanced at my watch and the time was 8:13:59.
We left the Grotto and I drove Ted back to Leesburg. I glanced at my watch at the very instant we arrived at Ted’s car and the time was 9:13:33. I then drove home and pulled in my driveway and the time on the dash was 10:33.
May 24, 2004