These are the words of the Blessed Mother on this day:
I have told you that wisdom leaves the intellect of those who persist in sin. You regain wisdom and the ability to practice good judgement when you renounce sin. By calling sincerely on the Saviour, He will never overlook your need. Rather He will send His most Holy Spirit to enlighten you.
The person who possesses wisdom is able to cooperate with God, the Father, the Almighty towards salvation. The person who practices for personal self-esteem or for the esteem of the nation or the institution which he protects, does not behave in wisdom. Such person may appear to live a moral life when in fact and unwisely deceiving brothers and sisters. Pray that all such persons may call on Jesus to grant them forgiveness and the wisdom which will lead them to renounce the harmful actions of sin, such as kindness to the sin and the sinner.
Pray and remember that no person is evil for each and all are God's creatures. Do not allow yourselves therefore to continually be distracted by the ways of the world you inhabit in your present state. Protect your intellect with the truth and be aware of the temptations of the vices which impassion the unguarded soul toward sin, enticing it with sensual pleasures.
In wisdom seek to understand the real nature of love and you will know that it cannot lead you to desire unnecessary food, or glory, or money, or possessions, or unlawful sexual intercourse. Always seek your salvation with love for Jesus. Do not allow yourself to become separated from Him. If you do, you lose wisdom. Renounce that pride which leads you to esteem yourself above all.
All that I have said and repeated to you is necessary for the salvation of each person. And even more so it is necessary for the priests.
The mission of each priest is to lead all souls towards salvation by means of possession of wisdom and knowledge of the truth and the value of each person in the destiny of mankind.
His teachings must include the utter destruction of all falsehood. Such must be the priest who serves at the altar of God, the Father, the Almighty.
Can a priest say, “I am a priest” and be another, secret, hidden, prideful servant of himself?
Can a priest be a priest of God who says to those who are in the image of God, “Serve me in my desire for lust and luxury”?
If any priest is unable to serve, then he is not a priest.
Pray, pray for the priesthood that it may practice in the wisdom given by God, the Father, the Almighty.
Let the Church of the Saviour call unto itself only those priests who are able to receive the authority given them by my son, the Saviour."