These are the words of the Blessed and Immaculate Virgin of the Revelation (as she defines herself) on this day:
I am the Blessed and Immaculate Virgin of the Revelation, Mother of the Christ, Jesus, my son, and Mother of all the children of God, Mother of the Church.
I welcome the newcomer that he may benefit. I welcome the young priest. His name is Gregory, the same as that of that great saint who when he was Pope would not partake of food while knowing about those who hungered. I told you about this pope who caused joy in Heaven when he called those whom he knew to hunger, to partake the food from his table. Blessed are all those who have concern for the poor.
I tell you all that you shall benefit greatly when you come to this place because what you ask here will be considered in Heaven and granted if you remember to free yourselves of any animosity which you harbour or any other passion which may lead you to be tempted to use yourselves or your brothers in a manner contrary to that prescribed by the Law of God the Father, the Almighty! I entreat you to be compassionate towards your brothers and sisters with the compassion of Jesus, the Christ! This you can all achieve and this is what you should ask for in this place as a first step towards sanctity. Remember that you are all children of God and that God loves you with the same love you have for your own. Only those who are unwise because of sin cannot experience the fullness of compassion. Therefore repent your sins and return to partake of wisdom, that you may experience the happiness of obedience to God's Law, which alone can assist you to realise the freedom with which the Father has gifted each of you.
So I say to all parents to be watchful over their children and teach them God's Law lovingly from the first day that God has chosen them to care for the person of each child in their house. Teach your children to know the Law perfectly that they may be unlimited in their achievement of the freedom gifted by the Father. This is how the children of God will achieve their joy in life, when they are taught truthfully that living is a serious affair and that life is given to each person not to realise themselves as is taught them by the trends of the society they live in, but rather to realise the values exposed in the human life of the Christ. This requires being prepared to change oneself from a child into an adult strong with the ability to exercise in society the God-given freedom of God's Law.
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But best of all, impress on all children how their Father loves them with unconditional compassion!
This is when the Blessed Mother leaves.