In the morning, I was taken to Purgatory by the Angel. There, we met many souls. Our Lord permitted me to talk to a group of souls about the visions and messages I receive from Heaven.
I said to the souls, “I used to tell people a lot about the messages and what our lord Jesus asks of us, but not everybody accepts or believes in them.”
Now, most of the souls I meet regret not having listened to the messages.
They said, “If only we had listened to you, we would not be here. We would be in a better place. It is always pride that keeps people away from the Truth.”
Then, we left this group and came to an open area. Suddenly, a very tall gentleman approached us.
He called me by name. He said, “Valentina, wait! Wait, I want to talk to you. I am a priest.”
“I believe you are from Slovenia. I originally come from Poland,” He said.
“Oh! That’s good. We are from the same region.”
Very happily, he said, “I never visited your country, Slovenia, but I was in Croatia.”
I said, “Oh, that’s good, we are neighbours. We are very close.”
“I know,” He replied.
Instantly, I asked him, “While you were in Croatia, did you visit Medjugorje?”
He was a little bit sad, and He said, “Unfortunately not.”
“You wouldn’t believe it, but the place I visited in Croatia was right around the corner from Medjugorje. I could have gone there, but I didn’t. Now I regret it. I heard from people who were telling me not to believe in it, but now that I am here (in Purgatory), I know that it is all authentic and true, and I have to suffer partly for this.”
Nicely, I said to him, “Father, if you had not listened to anyone and you went there, you would have been touched by our Lord and Blessed Mother, and you would have become a different person out of that.”
With sadness, he said, “I know that. Please pray for me.”
The meeting with this priest was so real, like he was alive here on earth. He had a very gentle nature and spoke perfect English. He was a very nice-looking priest, dressed in a plain top and pants — He was stripped of his priestly garments during his suffering.
Comment: Priests and bishops, even if you choose not to go to Medjugorje, don’t speak against it. Otherwise, you will have to suffer in Purgatory for not believing and telling others not to believe in the messages of our Lady, Queen of Peace.