Dear children, love and defend the truth. You are living in a time of great spiritual confusion. Be attentive, for you will yet have long years of hard trials. Your weapon of defense is in the Gospel and in the teachings of the true Magisterium of the Church of My Jesus. Do not be afraid. Remain faithful to my Jesus. Accept My Appeals and testify with your own lives that you are of the Lord. Great Babel will spread everywhere and many will turn away from the true faith. Take care of your spiritual life. Devote part of your time to prayer and listening to the Word of God. Do not forget: your victory is in the Eucharist. Onward in the defense of the truth. This is the message that I give you today in the name of the Most Holy Trinity. Thank you for having allowed Me to gather you here once more. I bless you in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen. Be at peace.
Why Pedro Regis?
Visionary of Our Lady of Anguera
With 4921 messages allegedly received by Pedro Regis since 1987, the body of material associated with the purported apparitions of Our Lady of Anguera in Brazil is extremely substantial. It has attracted the attention of specialist writers such as the well-known Italian journalist Saverio Gaeta, and has lately been the subject of a book-length study by researcher Annarita Magri. At first glance, the messages may appear repetitive (an accusation also frequently levelled at those in Medjugorje) in terms of their consistent emphasis on certain central themes: the necessity to devote one’s life wholly to God, faithfulness to the True Magisterium of the Church, the importance of prayer, the Scriptures and the Eucharist. However, when considered over a longer span, the Anguera messages touch on a wide variety of subjects containing nothing incompatible with Church teachings or approved private revelations.
The position of the Church towards the Anguera apparitions is understandably one of caution; as with Zaro di Ischia, a commission has been established for the purposes of evaluation. However, it should be said that the position of Msgr. Zanoni, the current Archbishop of Feira de Santana, with diocesan responsibility for Anguera, is broadly supportive, as can be seen from this short interview (in Portuguese with Italian sub-titles): Click here
And Archbishop Zanoni has appeared publicly in Anguera alongside Pedro Regis, and blessing pilgrims.
It should be obvious that the content of these messages cannot have a demonic origin because of their strict theological orthodoxy. It is true that the influential Canadian Dominican François-Marie Dermine has accused Pedro Regis in the Italian Catholic media of receiving the messages by “automatic writing.” The seer, himself, has rebutted this hypothesis directly and convincingly (click here). To view Pedro sharing The messages he has received, click here.