Prophecies of the
Ecstatic Nun of Tours
"Before the war breaks out again, food will be scarce and
expensive. There will be little work for the workers, and fathers
will hear their children crying for food. There will be earthquakes
and signs in the sun. Towards the end darkness will cover the
"When everyone believes that peace is assured, when everyone
least expects it, the great happenings will begin. Revolution will
break out in Italy almost at the same time as in France. For
some time, the Church will be without a Pope. England, too, will
have much to suffer."
"The revolution will spread to every French town. Wholesale
slaughter will take place. This revolution will last only a few
months but it will be frightful; blood will flow everywhere
because the malice of the wicked will reach it's highest pitch.
Victims will be innumerable. Paris will look like a slaughter-
house. Persecutions against the Church will be even greater, but
it will not last long. All churches will be closed, but only for
a very short time in those towns where disturbances are least.
Priests will have to go into hiding. The wicked will try to
obliterate everything religious, but they will not have enough
"Many bishops and priests will be put to death. The
Archbishop of Paris will be murdered. Many other priests, in
Paris, will have their throats cut because they will not have
time to find a hiding place."
"The wicked will be masters for one year and a few months.
In those days, France will receive no human assistance. At this
juncture, the French people will turn back to God and implore
the Sacred Heart of Jesus and Mary Immaculate. They will
at last confess that He alone can restore peace and happiness."
"The French people will ask for the good King, he who was
chosen by God. He will come, this saviour whom God has spared
for France, this King who is not wanted now because he is dear
to God's Heart. He will ascend to the throne; he will free the
Church and reassert the Pope's rights."
"The Council will meet again after the victory. But, this time,
men will be obliged to obey; There will be only one flock and one
shepherd. All men will acknowledge the Pope as the Universal
Father, the King of all peoples. Thus mankind will be
Taken from: Catholic Prophecy (pp 36-38)
Compiled by: Yves Dupont
Published by: www.TanBooks.com
Copyright: Original 1970