These are the words of the Blessed Mother on this day:
He who proclaims that all men are equal usurps that which is the right of the Creator. God alone can say, "all men are equal," for He created men equal to each other in the essence, by virtue of His love and His justice. God alone loves and judges each person equally. You are equal therefore only in the eyes of God, the Father, the Almighty.
In your time it has been preached widely that the priest is a man like any other. Know that this is a falsehood. Consider that no person is "like any other", for God has created each person to be different from each other. It is true that a priest is born into humanity like any other man, but he is called into the priesthood by God, the Father, the Almighty. The consent of the priest to the call of God is sealed in the sacrament.
God chooses each person to specific tasks to satisfy the needs of the human family. The tasks are many and diverse and, if performed in answer to the call of God, the Father, the Almighty, the results produce well being and fulfilment for all. As the sacrament of Baptism makes each person a member of the Mystical Body, the Church seals the person into the role assigned by God, the Father, the Almighty in Baptism. When each person accepts the role given by God, that person recognises the hand of God in the destiny of mankind.
Know that the man priest is not like any other man, just as he is not the same as any other man priest. In the essence, the role of the priest is in the ordained priesthood and that is, to guide each and all towards salvation. Consider carefully, children of God, how could you reach salvation without that ordained priesthood whom Jesus endowed with the power to act in His person?
Our enemy seeks to deceive mankind into believing that the ordained priesthood is the same priesthood as that which each person receives with the sacrament of Baptism. Many become confused and mankind is led to forget and lose the essence of the faith, reducing it exclusively to a human function.
More and more priests have progressively fallen into the belief that they were made to live in segregation from the world, alone and suffering. Some lamented publicly a malconceived rule of the Church on them. What followed from this error, led many priests to descend into the desires and practices of unredeemed humanity, including those sins which cause wisdom to depart from the sinner. For too long the authorities in the Church practiced denial, themselves succumbing to unwise human behaviour.
Understand that the worst crisis in the Church has been caused by those, priests included, who have proposed to the faithful that the priest is a man like any other man. Know instead that it is by virtue of the ordained priesthood that humanity has been educated into faith, although many a priest may have sinned. Sin is the pain partaken by all who live in exile from the Father. Believe that Jesus is active in His Church. Pray, pray for the priesthood".
She smiles and leaves.