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On October 18, 1985, as he was traveling from Wichita to his parish in Fredonia, Kansas, Fr. Steven Scheier was involved in a terrible accident: a head-on collision with a pickup truck and with God. He found himself standing before the judgment of Jesus. His sentence from Jesus was “hell.” He says that the Lord took him through his entire life, and showed him how he had failed in his priestly service. At that moment, however, he heard a woman’s voice say, “Son, will you please spare his life and his eternal soul?” The Lord replied, “Mother, he’s been a priest for 12 years for himself and not for me, let him reap the punishment he deserves.” “But Son,’ she said, ‘if we give him special graces and strengths . . . then let’s see if he bears fruit; if not, your will be done.” There was very short pause, after which Jesus said, “Mother, he’s yours.” Sometime afterwards when he was reading the Parable of the Fig Tree (Luke 13) the words leapt off the page to him, especially the order to cut down the fig tree but getting a reprieve of one more year to bear fruit. (Further details in a homily in which I shared Fr Scheier's story) Another priest who also had a similar experience is Fr. Maniyangat. Fr. Maniyangat's story is featured in a homily on EWTN.
I have reproduced below with permission a large excerpt of Fr Steven Scheier's most interesting interview on EWTN, the Catholic TV channel, with Mother Angelica which I think you will find most interesting. For information on how to receive EWTN television and radio programs in Ireland, phone 061 333322; in the UK, 01453 832500. Elsewhere in the world telephone US 1 847 298 9850.
Four Marian Dogmas have already been proclaimed. There is growing support within the Catholic Church now for a fifth and final Marian dogma to be proclaimed, that Mary is Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix of All Graces and Advocate. Further information on this dogma is in my page The Fifth Marian Dogma which I recommend to you since it may answer some questions you may have on the proposed dogma. The movement Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici is at the forefront of the growing enthusiasm for this fifth dogma. Since 1993 this movement has collected more than five million signatures in 157 countries in support of the proclamation of this dogma.
It is the opinion of many that when this dogma is proclaimed the triumph of Mary's Immaculate Heart will begin which she predicted at Fatima and that it will usher in a new Pentecost in the Church.
Below I have reproduced for you with the kind permission of MaxKol (which seems to no longer exist) an excerpt of the video entitled Key to the Triumph: the Final Marian Dogma.