True Gospel Revealed Anew By Jesus. Volume 3

St. Camelia, a Catholic nun, is no longer a nun or a Catholic, but a Christian redeemed by the Father.

August 31st, 1915

Received by James Padgett.

Washington D.C.


I am here, St. Camelia.

Yes, I was a catholic nun. I merely want to say that I am no longer a nun or a catholic, but a Christian redeemed by the Father’s Love and the teachings of the Master.

I lived in 1676 at Florence, Italy, and was canonized nearly a hundred years after my death. Yes, in the Romish church history. I am now in the Celestial Heavens where are those who have received the New Birth.

I will not write more tonight. I merely wanted to write and I had never before written through mortals.

So I will say good night.

Your sister in Christ,

St. Camelia.


Editors Note. This “saint” does not appear in any of the lists of Saints, as far as we can determine. There are two possibilities. The first is that Padgett did not receive this message accurately, and the other is that it was a message from an imposter. However, it seems that there is a message from Jesus that states these saints are who they said they were, and that an imposter cannot write. Until someone asks the question again, we will not know the answer.