In a prophetic way, she gives, above all, an impressive insight about the situation in the Church and in the world during the second half of the 20th century. Thus, she gives the peoples and the nations an image and a prayer.
The image shows the Lady of All Nations standing on the globe, permeated by God’s light before the Cross of her Son with whom she is inseparably united. From Mary’s hands stream forth three rays of grace, redemption and peace, which she may grant to everyone who invokes her as Advocate.
“This prayer shall be spread in churches and by modern means” .
LORD JESUS CHRIST,
SON OF THE FATHER,
SEND NOW YOUR SPIRIT
OVER THE EARTH.
LET THE HOLY SPIRIT LIVE
IN THE HEARTS OF ALL NATIONS,
THAT THEY MAY BE PRESERVED
FROM DEGENERATION, DISASTER AND WAR.
MAY THE LADY OF ALL NATIONS,
THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY,
BE OUR ADVOCATE.
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I am a Christian too, but born and bred as a Protestant, and so some of what you write about Mary as Co-Redemptrix sounds strange and not to be found in the Bible. Still, I feel that we are on the same level spiritually. The same things are important to both of us. God bless you, and I will continue to pray for our wonderful, fallen earth.
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great, but have you met god or felt his presence,what you would say about this i see people without heads and amputed who later get injred or die
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The Father and the Son sent the Lady of All Nations to bring unity and peace to the world and “to deliver the world from a great world catastrophe” (May 10, 1953). Therefore, the Lady of All Nations insistently asks for a great worldwide action for the spreading of her prayer and image. “Help with all your means and see to the outspreading, everyone in one’s own way” (June 15, 1952). “This action is not destined for one country, but is destined for all nations” (Oct. 11, 1953).
“This prayer shall be spread in churches and by modern means” (Dec. 31, 1951). “And I want the outspreading to be done in many languages” (March 4, 1951). “Go with great ardor and zeal about this work of redemption and peace, and you will behold the miracle” (April 1, 1951). “You will find that the spreading will happen as if by itself”
Hello Luz De Maria, Nice to meet you. Thank you for adding me, following me and for your friendship. Good blog, keep spreading the word. Peace be with you always.
Yes, this image is meant to describe the vocation of the co-redeeming Mother without ever casting a shadow on the Redeemer. For Jesus is already risen and has returned to the Father in the splendor of heaven. Thus, He is no longer on the Cross. It stands in the radiant light of the resurrection from which Mary is enveloped. Our Lady, centered before the Cross, helps us to understand that Mother and Son are inseparably united in their mission. Where the Son is, there is also the Mother. The divine Son himself has called her into the center as Coredemptrix. From there we can joyfully realize that she, as the Mother of all nations, transmits the jointly suffered graces of redemption, intercedes and defends us.