We are laypeople who walk in search of fulfillment as true Christians, fighting against our own human will to do the Divine Will in our life and then being witnesses for our brothers and sisters.
We are men, women and young people of Faith, from different countries, with ardent desires of being and acting in the manner of Christ, hand-in-hand with Our Blessed Mother, who is the model of every Christian.
We are pilgrims in this transitory life, but we do not wish to go unnoticed in the fight against evil, and in the defense of the helpless, using the tools that God provides us to evangelize, heeding the call received at Baptism of bringing the gospel to the whole world and sharing it with our brothers and sisters.
We are everyday fighters against our imperfections and weaknesses. We are not perfect, but we strive to keep the Faith alive that Heaven will not abandon us.
We form cenacles of the Scared Heart of Jesus and of Mary. We—the children, young people, and adults—have found in the calls of Heaven through Luz de Maria, a balm that has given us the light and strength we were searching for to endure the arrests of every day and follow Christ and Our Mother, striving to not remain on the ground after falling.
Through this site, we wish to share with our brothers and sisters the secrets of the King and of His Mother, so that the Divine Word is not silenced in us but that it continues to be life and life in abundance in all men and women of good will.
THE CANONS OF THE CHURCH ABOUT PRIVATE REVELATIONS
(ECCLESIASTICAL PERMISSION IS NOT NECESSARY FOR THE PUBLICATION OF REVELATIONS, VISIONS, OR MIRACLES)
The decree of the “Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith,” was published in the “Official Acts of the Holy See” (A.A.S) 58/16, dated December 29, 1996. Articles 1399 and 2318 of Canon Law are repealed by this decree. This decree of repeal was approved on October 14, 1966 by His Holiness the Sovereign Pontiff Paul VI, who at the same time ordered the publication.
This approval by the Holy Father took place during an audience with His Eminence Cardinal Ottaviani, Pro-Prefect for the “Congregation of for the Doctrine of the Faith.” The decree was made in Rome, November 15, 1966 and has the signature of:
A. Cardinal Ottaviani, Pro-Prefect
B. Párente, Secretary
(*) The decree took effect three months after its publication, on March 29, 1967.
Canon 1399 prohibited by right the publication of certain books such as those about revelations, visions, prophecies, and miracles. THE CANON WAS REVOKED ON MARCH 29, 1967. Therefore, this means Catholics have the permission—without the imprimatur or Nihil-Obstat, or another permission—to make publications about revelations, visions, prophecies, and miracles. Of course these publications cannot endanger Faith or Morality. This is the general rule every Catholic must follow in every action, as far as what is reported, especially reporters. WITH ALL THE MORE REASON IT IS PERMITTED FOR CATHOLICS TO FREQUENT SITES OF APPARITIONS, EVEN THOSE NOT RECOGNIZED BY THE ORDINARIES OF THE DIOCESE OR BY THE HOLY FATHER, GIVEN THAT THE CATHOLIC VISITORS THAT VISIT OR FREQUENT THESE SITES MUST RESPECT FAITH AND MORALITY. Nevertheless, they are not subject to any ecclesial discipline, not even for their public prayers. Permission is only required for the celebration of the Holy Mass or any other religious service.
Canon 2318 carried punishments against those who violated the censorship and prohibition laws. THIS CANON WAS REVOKED SINCE 1966. ECCLESIASTICAL CENSORSHIP CANNOT BE INCURRED FOR FREQUENTING PLACES OF APPARITIONS NOT EVEN THOSE NOT RECOGNIZED BY ORDINARIES OF THE DIOCESE OR BY THE HOLY FATHER. Also, “those who have incurred censure death with in Canon 2318 will be absolved by act of abrogation of this Canon” - Cardinal Ottaviani.