It is always a great joy for us to see increasing numbers of people getting to know the True Church of Christ through this website. The great mystery of the transfer of the Church of Christ from Rome to El Palmar de Troya is still unknown to the vast majority of the world. Despite our efforts to spread the true Faith of Christ, we are still at the beginning of the apostolate. We have not yet fired up the big engines that will carry out an immense apostolate throughout the world. It can be said that we are only working on the preparations for this. We are preparing the way for the action of the Apostle of the Apostles, Jesus Christ. He prepares everything very well before acting. He sent his Mother to prepare the transfer of the Church with her Apparitions in many places, especially in El Palmar de Troya. Christ is now preparing the way to carry out an apostolate never imagined. The intervention of Christ and Mary is awaited to show the world the treasure of their True Church, almost hidden from the world in the Sacred Place of the Apparitions of El Palmar de Troya.
In the page on our website entitled “Who are we?”, it says very clearly that “We are followers of the Blessed Virgin Mary. We give ourselves to her with all our being. It is common among Palmarians to love the Most Holy Virgin Mary intensely.” It was the Most Holy Virgin who manifested herself to mankind on many occasions to call her children to a holier life, one more united to her Son Jesus Christ. Precisely in the Holy Palmarian Church, many have reached an intimacy with Our Lord Jesus Christ through intense prayer and penance and dedication to the Most Holy Virgin. This implies a great deal of personal effort to cast aside the vanities of the world and thus achieve greater union with Christ and Mary. It may seem crazy to the world, but the truth is that holiness is repugnant to those who are worldly and want to live according to the desires of the flesh.
Here is the list of the thirty countries with the highest number of visits to our website:
One thing that is humorous to us is the misinformation that exists regarding the norms of the Holy Palmarian Church. First of all, it is hard to understand why there is so much interest in and comments about the rules of the Palmarian Church, when these rules only affect Palmarians. What does it matter to those who are not Palmarian Catholics what we do! Some say that the Church prohibits drinking alcohol, others that you cannot smoke. Others say that Palmarians cannot use the internet. So much nonsense does not deserve a response. However, we are going to give one. If we have a website, then the members of the Church must be helping us and using the internet for this. And yes, they do use the internet for everything that is necessary. Members of the Palmarian Church do smoke and drink alcohol, but the Church always advises that it be in moderation. Another thing that people frequently ask us is if they can speak with their non-Palmarian relatives once they enter the Palmarian Church. Of course they can.
For those who are interested in the Holy Palmarian Church, it would be very beneficial to subscribe to our website. We try to send out notification emails relatively often about new documents and videos added to the site. We always have new publications, such as the monthly website report. We recently added a letter from the Holy Father with important advice for young people. There is also a beautiful new video of the Altars of the Basilica of Our Crowned Mother of Palmar. We continue to translate a large number of documents in the other nine languages on this website, which so pleases God. Thanks to the wonderful translators we have, we are improving our website by leaps and bounds. Italian translations are progressing rapidly thanks to a generous Italian soul who wants to help spread knowledge of the True Church throughout Italy. We really appreciate this. Our Russian translator is not far behind, with her work of such dedication and quality. Likewise, the French translator deserves a special mention for her great effort in advancing the translations. We hope to start translating into additional languages in the not too distant future.
We are reminded of the famous words of the great prophet Saint Elias: “I burn with zeal for the Lord God of Hosts…”. The prophet Saint Elias is the Founder of the Carmelite Order. These days we can clearly say that the Palmarian Catholic Church burns with zeal to continue the work of the Holy Prophet, which consists of giving glory to God at all costs in the midst of a corrupt world. Neither the devil nor all the wicked men on earth together will be able to prevent the holy impetus of the Palmarian Church to continue glorifying God, especially in the Divine Worship. This is the great mission of the Holy Palmarian Church: to give continuity to the Holy Eucharistic Tradition that has always existed in the True Church of Christ, which, prior to 1978, was the Roman Catholic Church and since that date has been the Holy Palmarian Catholic Church. Watch the videos of the Divine Worship of the Palmarian Church and observe the solemnity and piety with which this Eucharistic Worship is celebrated. Although right now we cannot perform all of the Eucharistic Worship as before due to the global pandemic and the public health regulations, the principal part continues and that is the celebration of the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
Although the Holy Palmarian Mass lasts a short time, for this historical moment in time it is the most perfect. Now we celebrate many Holy Masses in each turn. As there are few Priests who can validly celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass due to the apostasy of the roman church, it is very necessary that a large number of Holy Masses be celebrated. The Palmarian Mass contains all that is essential, and is the Mass most similar to that celebrated by Our Lord Jesus Christ at the Last Supper. Fools criticize the Holy Palmarian Mass because they do not want to humble themselves and see that, due to the apostasy of the roman church, God has chosen the Sacred Place of Apparitions of El Palmar de Troya as the See of the Catholic Church.