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Direction for Our Times. Apostolate of Jesus Christ the Returning King.


Permission has been given by the Most Rev. Leo O’Reilly, Bishop of Kilmore Diocese in Ireland for publication of the original English language text of these writings.  Through the efforts of committed lay apostles, these writings have been made available in your language.  Any comments regarding these translations please contact:
Direction for Our Times, Co. Cavan, Ireland.

Anne has said this about the messages revealed in this work:

“Consider that Jesus Christ wants to talk to you. Allow for the possibility that He is doing so through these works. The consistent experience of people who have read the Volumes is, ‘I felt like He was talking to me.’ Well, He was. If you are interested to know what Jesus Christ has to say to you, pick up one of these works and see if the graces are there. They are so heavily weighted with graces. The words are recorded by a flawed human being, but the graces that flow through the words are heavenly and magnificent. There is a temptation for some people to focus on me because I typed the words for Jesus. This is a mistake. I am like every other apostle who is trying to serve Jesus in this time. I serve from within the ranks of the apostolate and pray that others will trust the priests chosen by the Lord to oversee and protect this mission, and allow me to serve quietly.”

We are happy to share with you today the news that Bishop Leo O’Reilly has granted an Imprimatur for all of the writings of Direction for Our Times. This is good news and is another step forward for the Apostolate of Jesus Christ the Returning King. Below you will find the actual language, as well as the titles of the writings. Each reprint will now include the Imprimatur.

To appear in each book:
Nihil Obstat: Very Rev. John Canon Murphy, PP, VF
Imprimatur: +Most Rev. Leo O’Reilly
Bishop of Kilmore, Ireland.

The Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur are an official declaration that a book or pamphlet are free of doctrinal or moral error and that ecclesiastical permission for its publication has been granted.