These are the words of the Blessed Mother on this day:
Be constant in your faith to God, the Father, the Almighty. Do not allow yourself to be distracted. Know that the Lord knows all. He knows you completely because He has created you to be like no other. He knows your imperfections, your difficulties and your happy moments. Be serene in this knowledge and never hesitate to call on Him, whatever the situation you are in. Know that He will love and care for each of you, in any situation and that He will prepare your salvation. Whatever is the distress of the time, be constant in your faith. Do not trust those who say to you "where is God now?" and do not follow those who seek remedies which harm some, and many of God's creatures. Be constant in your faith that God loves each and all equally. If you hear that extreme need is at hand, hasten to help and do not falter by considering what good can come to you first. Do not seek to predict what the future brings, nor to read the mind of God, the Father, the Almighty for He alone knows the destiny of mankind. All that God asks is that you recognize that He is the Father, He is the Provider, He is the Saviour. Yet you have the power to choose from your own will either God or other.
When you are troubled by the many different opinions, each of which seeks that you become the follower of this or that leader, return to the truth of the scriptures and be constant in seeking the truth in all that is said. There are times when you will hold the truth in your heart and mind, because many are not able to speak freely. Do not be troubled by the many understandings of freedom. Freedom is the ability to choose God even in the most difficult of times.
Be constant in your faith. Know that the man who is chained into slavery can be free if he chooses to obey God's holy will. Know that the mother who has no food for her children, from her desperate need can know more about freedom than the king who revels from the abundance of his riches, but has little thought for those who have no sustenance. Such a king has no thought for those who cannot survive. He may even believe that the conditions of his kingdom will be improved if the many die from his oppression. Such a king ignores that each and every life is sacred to God, the Father, the Almighty. It is a grave offense against God that some allow themselves to be confused into believing that to sacrifice one's life for the sake of freedom, or from boredom with the world's society is within the holy will of God. Be constant in your faith and humble and obedient to God's will.
She smiles and leaves.