The Coming Chastisement: Revelations to Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora

November 21, 1774-May 2, 1825 Beatified April 14, 1994 by Pope John Paul II

One hundred years before the apparitions of Fatima, Blessed Elizabeth had received similar messages for mankind. Today the manuscripts are kept in the archives of the Trinitarian Fathers at San Carlino, Rome. There are hundreds of notebook pages. On May 11, 1990 the ecclesiastical censor entusted by the Holy See with the the judgment of the writings of Elizabeth Canoli Mora affirms: “there is nothing in the writings of Elizabeth Canoli Mora which is contrary to the faith and good customs, nor is there any doctrine foreign to the common and customary sentiment of Holy Mother Church.”

A humble and prudent consideration of the words of Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora throws valuable light on our chaotic times and gives us great hope for a better future.

The manuscripts of Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora

“The May, 2002 issue of the Brazilian magazine Catolicismo carried a lead article about the private revelations which are not well known. They tie in remarkably with those of Fatima. The TFP website decided to reproduce key extracts.” They are as follows:

Many of the prophetic visions of Blessed Elizabeth deal with a profound crisis in the Church.

Crisis in The Church

On Christmas Eve,1813. Elizabeth was transported in ecstasy to a place refulgent with light. There she saw countless saints in adoration before a humble manger. The Infant Jesus signaled her sweetly to approach, but on drawing near she saw that He was soaking in His own Blood.”Just the thought of it fills me with horror” she wrote.”But at the same time, I understood the reason for the shedding of blood was the bad habits of many priests and religious who do not behave according to their state in life and the bad education given to children by their fathers, mothers and others entrusted with this duty. They, who should increase the spirit of the Lord in the hearts of others by their good example, instead mortally persecute Him with their bad conduct and teachings.

She relates that on February 14, 1814, she saw many ministers of the Lord who rob each other and furiously tear off the sacred vestments.”

I saw the sacred altars despoiled by the very ministers of God.”

On March 22, 1814 she “saw the Holy Father surrounded by wolves who intended to betray him.” This was while she was praying for the Holy Father.


“I saw the Sanhedrin of wolves which surrounded the Pope (Pius Vll) and two angels weeping.. When I asked them why they were sad and lamenting, looking upon Rome with eyes full of compassion, they responded: “Wretched city, ungrateful people, the justice of God will chastise you.”


On January 16, 1815, angels showed her many ecclesiastics who persecute Jesus Crucified and His holy Gospel under the guise of doing good. Like furious wolves they scheme to pull the Church leader down from his throne.” Then she was allowed to see the terrible indignation these wolves aroused in God. “In terror I saw the blazing lightning bolts of Divine Justice fall about me. I saw buildings collapsing in ruins, cities, regions, and the whole world fell into chaos. One heard nothing but countless weak voices calling out for mercy. Countless people will be killed.

“His gaze alone was enough to incinerate the whole world.

What terrified her most was the just anger of God. She saw Him “extremely angry with those who persecute Him. His omnipotent hands were holding bolts of lightning This vision lasted but an instant, whereupon she recalled – “had it continued for another minute I would have died.”


How can I relate what happened to the Holy College.? Because of contrary doctrines, together with the secular clergy,, they were scattered, persecuted and murdered by the impious. The regular clergy had nostsuffered a dispersion, but were also decimated. Countless men of all conditions died in the massacre, but not all were condemned for among them were those of decent customs and others of holy life.


On Christmas, 1816, Blessed Elizabeth saw Our Lady, who appeared extremely sad. Upon inquiring why, Our Lady answered. “Behold my daughter, such great unGodliness. Blessed Elizabeth then saw apostates brazenly trying to rip her Holy Son from her arms. Confronted with such an outrage, the Mother of God ceased to ask mercy for the world and instead requested Justice from the eternal Father.

At that moment all nature went into convulsions. The world lost its normal order. and was filled with the most terrible calamity imaginable. This will be something so deplorable and atrocious that it will reduce the world to the ultimate depths of desolation.


On the Feast of St. Peter and Paul June 29, 1820, she saw St. Peter descending from heaven in papal vestments, and, surrounded by a legion of angels. With his crozier, he drew a cross over the face of the earth, separating it into four quadrants. In each of these quadrants he brought forth a tree, sprouting with new life and enveloped in magnificent light. Each tree was sin the shape of a Cross. All the good laity and religious fled for protection underneath these trees. They were spared from the tremendous chastisement.

“Woe Woe to those unobservant religious who despise their Holy rules. They will all perish in the terrible chastisement together with all those who give themselves to debauchery and follow the false maxims of their deplorable contemporary philosophy.”

The sky took on a morbid blue color which terrified everyone who looked at it.

An impassioned and mournful shrieking filled the air like the terrible roar of a fierce lion, and it resounded throughout the whole earth in blood curdling echoes.

“Behold, my daughter! Such great ungodliness.”

5 thoughts on “The Coming Chastisement: Revelations to Blessed Elizabeth Canori Mora

  1. Darrell Wright

    Her revelations point to the “eclipse of the Church” we are living in today, foretold by Our Lady of La Salette in 1846.

    “Rome will lose the faith and become the seat of the Antichrist. The Church will be in eclipse. The world will be in dismay.”

    Adhering to Catholic tradition in all things is always the spiritually safe way for a Catholic. And that means pre-Vatican II revolution in doctrine, worship, sacramental rites, and discipline.

    Even if Catholics faithful to Tradition are reduced to a handful, they are the ones who are the true Church of Jesus Christ. (St Athanasius)

    “Hold firmly that our faith is identical with that of the ancients. Deny this, and you dissolve the unity of the Church.” – St. Thomas Aquinas

    “Is it tradition? Ask no more.” (St John Chrysostom)

    (You may want to change “Canoli” to “Canori,” and may delete this if you do.)

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    1. I can’t believe I wrote Canoli! I’m ready for admission to the old folks home. Thank you. Her revelations of 1774 do blend right in with Our Lady of LaSalette. But then they were made known in 1994.

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