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All imprimatur’s are 1926! Back then they were fairly Catholic!
Credo .
Luisa and the light of Divine will sounds very protestant to me!
Credo .
Our Lady of Fatima, "Ora Pro Nobis", Sr.Lucia of Fatima, "Ora Pro Nobis"
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Credo I can relate to your first reaction but all imprimatur’s are 1926
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Luisa and the light of Divine will sounds very protestant to me! Our Lady of Fatima "ORA PRO NOBIS" Sr.Lucia of Fatima , "ORA PRO NOBIS"
Credo .
My first reaction is my last reaction. Sounds protestant to me!!!!
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Credo the Church proclaims nothing against Faith and Morals in 1926 and you say it sounds Protestant?
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In the Kingdom of the Divine Will everything smells of the demonic rituals of possession. Wanting to rid ourselves of free will is demonic. Wanting to possess the Divine Will [rather than confirm] is demonic. Wanting to be free of our own responsibility for sin is demonic. Even in the rituals of the Black Mass the words "Satan's Will" is actually said, "God's Will". But what God are we talking …More
In the Kingdom of the Divine Will everything smells of the demonic rituals of possession. Wanting to rid ourselves of free will is demonic. Wanting to possess the Divine Will [rather than confirm] is demonic. Wanting to be free of our own responsibility for sin is demonic. Even in the rituals of the Black Mass the words "Satan's Will" is actually said, "God's Will". But what God are we talking about? Can this be of God? It's not possible. Sources: http://www.unity.com.Divinewill.
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The first four editions were published by Saint Annibale Maria di Francia: (personal friend of St Pius X)

+First edition:

Revisione Arcivescovile: Napoli, February 20, 1915

Nihil Obstat: Francesco Sorrentino (Revisore eccl.)

Imprimatur: A. Can. Laviano V.G.

+Second edition:

Revisione Arcivescovile: Napoli, 1916

Nihil Obstat: Francesco Sorrentino (Revisore eccl.)

Imprimatur: A. Can. Lavian…More
The first four editions were published by Saint Annibale Maria di Francia: (personal friend of St Pius X)

+First edition:

Revisione Arcivescovile: Napoli, February 20, 1915

Nihil Obstat: Francesco Sorrentino (Revisore eccl.)

Imprimatur: A. Can. Laviano V.G.

+Second edition:

Revisione Arcivescovile: Napoli, 1916

Nihil Obstat: Francesco Sorrentino (Revisore eccl.)

Imprimatur: A. Can. Laviano V.G.

+Third edition:

Reimprimatur: Francesco Sorrentino (Revisore eccl.)

+Fourth edition:

Nihil Obstat: D. Prestifilipo, S.J. Messina, July 8, 1924

Reimprimatur: Can. P. Giardini, V.G. July 14, 1924

The fifith edition was published by Don Benedetto Calvi, Luisa’s confessor from 1924 until her death:

+Fifth edition:

Nihil Obstat y Reimprimatur:

Curia archiespicopale Taranto, August 8, 1934

Delegado dal arcivescovo, Giuseppe Blandamura

In German:

The two editions were translated and edited by Father Ludwig Beda, O.S.B.:

+First and second edition, (1936-1938) (55,000 copies)

Nihil Obstat y Reimprimatur:

Ratisbona,

Ad num. Exh 4455, Dr. Hocht.

Imprimatur – LUISA PICCARRETA
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"Condemnation" - On July 14th 1938 Pope Pius X1 approved the decision of the Holy Office to condem and place on the index of forbidden Books, 3 writings of Luisa Piccarreta. The degree is published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedi, 1938 Volume p.318. The semi-official L"Osservatore Romano in reporting this said, - "The principal subject is the Divine Will; - Conceived in an exaggerated and erroneous …More
"Condemnation" - On July 14th 1938 Pope Pius X1 approved the decision of the Holy Office to condem and place on the index of forbidden Books, 3 writings of Luisa Piccarreta. The degree is published in the Acta Apostolicae Sedi, 1938 Volume p.318. The semi-official L"Osservatore Romano in reporting this said, - "The principal subject is the Divine Will; - Conceived in an exaggerated and erroneous manner and presented in a language and with a terminology where often absurd innacuracies and extravagances abound. - PetersNet http;//www.petersnet.net/research/retrieve.cfm?RecNum=229.
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Thirty-four of the 36 volumes were taken by the Vatican from Luisa and placed on the index in 1938. Volume 35 was overlooked or hidden by someone, because the Church never obtained it. Volume 36 was written by Luisa after the other books were placed on the index of forbidden books. Prior to 1938, the sisters of the Divine Zeal founded by Father Di Francia' had made translations of Volumes 1 …More
Thirty-four of the 36 volumes were taken by the Vatican from Luisa and placed on the index in 1938. Volume 35 was overlooked or hidden by someone, because the Church never obtained it. Volume 36 was written by Luisa after the other books were placed on the index of forbidden books. Prior to 1938, the sisters of the Divine Zeal founded by Father Di Francia' had made translations of Volumes 1 through 19, which were translated into English and Spanish. These translated volumes were given the Nihil Obstat by Father Di Francia, a very pro-supporter of Luisa , and one of her many confessors. It seems strange that a priest, who is now called blessed, would give a Nihil Obstat to 19 volumes that (at the time) were on the index by Rome.
It can only be assumed that he did not know that, but someone at the home of Luisa would have had to know, especially Luisa, herself. An Imprimatur was also granted to these 19 volumes by Archbishop Joseph Leo, seemingly also while they were on the Index of forbidden books.
One more comment from Credo .
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Links http;//www.unity.comDivinewill.
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Good research Credo. Allow me to do some research.
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While you are researching, I would like to finish off with The Last Vision of Fatima!
O most Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended. By the infinite merits …More
While you are researching, I would like to finish off with The Last Vision of Fatima!
O most Holy Trinity, Father, Son, and the Holy Ghost, I adore Thee profoundly. I offer Thee the most precious Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity of Jesus Christ, present in all the tabernacles of the world, in reparation for the outrages, sacrileges and indifference by which He is offended. By the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, I beg the conversion of poor sinners.
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Yes Credo Fatima is key!
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Credo your will you leave in the confessional. ‘Great God, let your Will descend upon earth, so that sin may no longer take place! The human will alone is what produces so many offenses that it seems to be flooding the earth with sins. Your Will will be the destroyer of all evils.' Volume-17-Book-Web-2-20-16.pdf (luisapiccarreta.me) Page 100

Only Traditional Catholicism will enter the Kingdom …More
Credo your will you leave in the confessional. ‘Great God, let your Will descend upon earth, so that sin may no longer take place! The human will alone is what produces so many offenses that it seems to be flooding the earth with sins. Your Will will be the destroyer of all evils.' Volume-17-Book-Web-2-20-16.pdf (luisapiccarreta.me) Page 100

Only Traditional Catholicism will enter the Kingdom of the Divine Will. St Pius X gave permission for Holy Mass in SOG Luisa's bedroom. SOG was bed ridden for 64 years and lived only on the Blessed Sacrament. She wore out her socks frequently traveling the world. Four mystical marriages with Our Blessed Lord. Daily Our Lord and Our Lady would crucify with nails the SOG. Only the SOG gives explanation to the part of the Our Father "Thy Will be done on earth as it is in heaven". That my friend is the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart to bring this about. The Third era of Sanctification (Holy Ghost) will be all about what SOG Luisa achieved for us. Like what St Dominic achieved for Dominicans. Our Lord and Our Lady will use SOG Luisa to bring about a return of the gifts our first parents lost.
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Mmmm, seems to me that if the Vatican placed Luisa Piccarreta's work on the Forbidden Book Index, it is forbidden. Our Lord has said in numerous places - Catherine of Siena comes to mind - that He loves 'obedience' to the lawful authority of the Church above what may seem to us to be a harmless or a better choice. When the Church speaks in her official capacity, we are obligued to listen. …More
Mmmm, seems to me that if the Vatican placed Luisa Piccarreta's work on the Forbidden Book Index, it is forbidden. Our Lord has said in numerous places - Catherine of Siena comes to mind - that He loves 'obedience' to the lawful authority of the Church above what may seem to us to be a harmless or a better choice. When the Church speaks in her official capacity, we are obligued to listen. Otherwise we are acting as protestants who "make up their own minds" on spiritual issues. Cardinal Ratzinger (when he was cardinal and Prefect of the Congregation of the Doctrine of Faith) stated that although the Index is no longer in current use, its moral force remains in place; that is, what ever was forbidden in the past remains forbidden. Fatima, on the other hand, has been heaped with blessings from the Church - so have to agree with Credo - stick with Fatima.
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It was Cardinal Ratzinger that released the 36 Volumes. Something’s were in errantly placed on the index and later removed.