“Many souls go to Hell because few pray and do penance for them.”
– Our Lady of Fatima (1917)
Are you willing to be a victim of love
to repair the sins done against our Lord Jesus?
“Now I rejoice in my sufferings for your sake, and in my flesh I am filling up what is lacking in the afflictions of Christ on behalf
of his body, which is the church.” – Colossians 1:24
What is a victim soul?
A victim soul is someone commissioned by Jesus, the Redeemer, to collaborate with Him in prayer and penance to liberate people from the bondage of Satan and to reconcile them to God.
Such persons are chosen by God to suffer more than most people during life, and they generously accept the suffering in union with our Savior and after the example of Christ’s own Passion and Death.
Who can be a victim soul?
Any practicing Catholic of good will and in the state of sanctifying grace.
What are the motives of a victim soul?
A great love of God and the desire to make reparation for the sins of mankind.
Why does God want ordinary people to be victim souls?
God desires ordinary people to be victim souls because we are living in times of crisis.
In today’s society, there is a loss of the sense of God, a rejection of the reality of sin and the devil, a widespread desecration of the Eucharist and a complete disregard for the sacredness of human life.
Only the reparation of souls who have pledged themselves to be victims of love can ever repair for these sins done against Jesus.
By the Father’s will, our Lord Jesus is in search of legions of victim souls who will share His redemptive sufferings on Calvary. These are victim souls whom He will empower to deliver sinners from the bondage of Satan forever.