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Mary, Queen of the Church and Most Beautiful Symbol of the Kingdom of the Divine Will


 V34 – May 20, 1936 “Now, in the midst of the disciples there was My Mama, who assisted at My Departure for Heaven. This is the most Beautiful Symbol (of the Kingdom of the Divine Will). Just as She is the Queen of My Church, She assists it, She Protects It, She Defends It, so She will Dit in the midst of the Children of My Will. She will Always be the Engine, the Life, the Guide, the Perfect Model, the Teacher of the Kingdom of the Divine Fiat that remains so close to Her Heart. They are Her Anxieties, Her Ardent Desires, Her Deliriums of Maternal Love because She Wants Her children on earth in the Kingdom where She Lived. She is not content that She has Her children in Heaven in the Kingdom of the Divine Will, but She Wants them also on earth. She feels that She has not completed the Task given to Her by God as Mother and Queen. As long as the Divine Will does not Reign on earth in the midst of creatures, Her Mission is not finished. She Wants Her children who are like Her and who Possess the Inheritance of their Mama.

“So the Great Lady is all eye in order to look, all heart in order to Love, so as to help the one whom She sees in some way disposed, that they Want to Live of Divine Will. Therefore in the difficulties, think that She is Around you, She Sustains you, She Fortifies you, She Takes your volition in Her Maternal Hands in order to Make it Receive the Life of the Supreme Fiat.”

  • Paragraph 972 – III. Mary—Eschatological Icon of the Church
    972 After speaking of the Church, her origin, mission, and destiny, we can find no better way to conclude than by looking to Mary. In her we contemplate what the Church already is in her mystery on her own “pilgrimage of faith,” and what she will be in the homeland at the end of her journey. There, “in the glory of the Most Holy and Undivided Trinity,” “in the communion of all the saints,”518 the Church is awaited by the one she venerates as Mother of her Lord and as her own mother. (773, 829, 2853) CCC
  • Luke 1:30 – And the angel said to her: Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found grace with God.


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