I am who I am in the Divine Trinity
The Virgin Mary reminds us that She is intimately connected to the Most Holy Trinity: She is the daughter of the Father, the Mother of the Son and the Spouse of the Holy Spirit.
‘God the Holy Spirit, being barren in God – that is to say He does not produce another divine person, becomes fruitful by means of Mary whom he espoused. It was with her, in her and of her that he produced His Masterpiece, God-made-man, and that He goes on producing daily until the end of the world, the members of the body of that adorable Head. For this reason, the more he finds Mary his dear and inseparable spouse in a soul, the more powerful and effective he becomes in producing Jesus Christ in that soul, and that soul in Jesus Christ.’ Saint Louis de Montfort: True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary n20
I am the Virgin of the Revelation
The Magisterium of the Catholic Church teaches that throughout the Bible or Divine Revelation, there are references to Mary and the special graces conferred on her by God. Without the teaching of the Magisterium of the Church, in fact, you run the risk of giving a subjective interpretation to the Word of God in order to endorse the perspective of a particular individual like Bruno Cornacchiola.
Mary’s presence in Sacred Scriptures is illustrated beautifully in Pope Benedict’s first encyclical letter of his pontificate where he wrote: ‘how completely at home Mary is with the Word of God, with ease she moves in and out of it. She speaks and thinks with the Word of God. Here we see how her thoughts are attuned to the thoughts of God, how her will is one with the Will of God.’Deus Caritas Est No 41
You persecute me! Enough now return to the Holy Fold, the heavenly court on earth (the Catholic Church) be obedient to the authority of the Pope…. Return to the pure font of the Gospel.
The Virgin Mary, through Bruno, exhorts all who are outside the Catholic Church (Holy Fold) to enter or to return because it is founded by Jesus Christ on Peter and His Apostles. The Church is the universal ‘Sacrament of Salvation’ for all of humanity. Mary invites us to return to the pure fount of the Gospel, that one finds only in the Magisterium of the Church, that is in the Holy Father and the Bishops united with him.
The true church of my Son was founded on three white loves: the Eucharist, the Immaculate Virgin Mary and the Holy Father
The ‘three white loves’ are the qualifying points of the Catholic Faith that make up part of the treasure of the Church. Our Lady desired that they are particularly recalled, known and loved by all with constant dedication because this truth of salvation has always fought in the world and will do so ever more in the future.
‘Here is the true Church,’ reaffirmed Bruno, ‘the Church that lives the Eucharistic Jesus that recognises the Immaculate Mary, the Most Holy Mother that obeys and defends the Holy Father. We love the Pope!’ He would conclude with, ‘…and we live this unity of love and obedience with Peter. He that doesn’t want to live it is opposed to Christ’s will, which wants his followers to be ‘perfected in unity’.’
The nine First Fridays in honour of the Sacred Heart, the divine promise, have saved you
Bruno’s wife, Iolanda, continually maltreated by Bruno because she didn’t want to leave the Catholic Church and accept Protestantism, as a last hope, persuaded Bruno to make the devotion of the nine First Fridays of the month. She hoped and prayed for his agreement to receiving the Eucharist, all be it without confession, on the nine first Fridays of the month in order to gain his conversion. Bruno made the pious devotion but on its completion had not changed his opinion and so after ‘failing the test’ Iolanda also became a protestant. However, the Lord maintained the promise attached to this devotion of the nine first Friday’s entrusted to St Margaret Mary Alacoque, and the Virgin of Revelation confirmed this fact to Bruno during the apparition saying: ‘The nine first Friday’s in honour of the Sacred Heart, that your faithful wife convinced you to observe before you entered on the road of lies have saved you’
My body could not decay and did not decay I was taken to heaven by My Son and His Angels
The Virgin of Revelation anticipated the definition of the Dogma of the Assumption, which was proclaimed by Pope Pius XII on the 1st November 1950.
The Catechism of the Catholic Church number 966 summarises the Dogma of the Assumption quoting the words of Pope Pius XII:
“Finally the Immaculate Virgin, preserved free from all stain of original sin, when the course of her earthly life was finished, was taken up body and soul into heavenly glory, and exalted by the Lord as Queen over all things, so that she might be the more fully conformed to her Son, the Lord of lords and conqueror of sin and death.” Pius XII, Munificentissimus Deus (1950) The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin is a singular participation in her Son’s Resurrection and an anticipation of the resurrection of other Christians:
Pray incessantly and recite the Holy Rosary everyday for the conversion of sinners, unbelievers and the unity of Christians
Mary’s words are more than ever relevant today now that the dark clouds of hate and division seem to present themselves on the horizon of the third millennium. When reciting the Holy Rosary, the faithful do not flee the problems of the world but looks at them with ‘responsible and generous’ eyes confident in divine intervention because only God can touch the hearts of man to give us true peace. Apostolic letter Rosarium Virginis Mariae Pope John Paul II 16/10/2002
Be missionaries of the Word of God
From this invite, the Missionaries of Divine Revelation have drawn the inspiration for their missionary work based firmly on the will to serve Jesus Christ in the Catholic Church.