The 'Prophetic Prayer Card' of Paris on Fire


 Since the tragedy of the Notre Dame fire and Marie-Julie Jahenny's prophecy that 'the chastisements will start in Paris', and a 'violent fire' will start it all, Rome would be next to suffer, my inboxes have been flooded with images of this prayer card and people wondering about its origin. 

So, I've did a little digging ... here is the result.

The prayer card features the Sacred Heart looking at Notre Dame and Sainte Chapelle, it is Sainte Chapelle built by St. King Louis IX and where the Crown of Thorns was originally housed which is engulfed in the biggest flames. The Dome to the right looks like St. Peter's, but also Les Invalides, or, the Panthéon of Paris. In the bottom left, it looks like there are people, possibly religious, before a firing squad -which also points to the prophecies of Marie-Julie Jahenny in that the faithful will be persecuted in a genocidal civil war that will break out in Paris. Apparently, Our Lady weeps on her knees before Our Lord, no doubt begging Him to spare Paris.

On the top of the card it says in French: "the desire to the Sacred Heart" (i.e our votive desire to the Sacred Heart).  The bottom prayer reads: "O Sacred Heart of Jesus, regard not our sins but the blood of the martyrs that cry 'Mercy!' 

The bottom of the card says the card is 'Dedicated to the reparative souls of the 'Guard of Honour' - that is, to the members of the Guard of Honour who have dedicated themselves to making acts of reparation to the Sacred Heart. 

The 'Garde d'Honneur du Sacre Coeur' was founded by Sister Marie du Sacre-Coeur Barnaud (1846-1903), the aim of which is to make hours of reparation in front of the Blessed Sacrament and other acts of devotion and reparation. Basically, it is a prayer organisation similar to the 'Legion of Mary'.  It was founded at the abbey of the Visitation de Bourg-en-Bresse (France) March 13, 1863. It was raised to the dignity of an Archconfraternity by Pope Leo XIII. Sister Marie du Sacre-Coeur Barnaud's cause for beatification and canonisation is currently open.  The card looks like it was printed in the late 1800s.

From what I can tell from their official French site, the Archconfraternity nearly died out in the early 20th century, but is back in action and the main headquarters is in Paray-Le-Monial France where St. Margaret Mary received her visions and revelations of the devotion to the Sacred Heart.

Apparently, the Legion also discovered the prophecies of Marie-Julie Jahenny and printed this card for their members some time ago. You can visit their main site here:

I've also discovered another site about the 'Guard of Honour of the Sacred Heart' in English: