Volume 28 – August 15, 1930

“My daughter (Luisa), the Glory, the Greatness, the Power of My Celestial Mama (Mary) in Our Fatherland is Insuperable.  And do you know why?  Her (Mary’s) Life on earth was Lived inside Our Divine Sun; She (Our Lady) never went out from within the Abode of Her Creator; She (Mary) Knew nothing else but Our Divine Will alone, She (Mary) Loved nothing else but Our (God’s) Interests, She (Mary) asked for nothing else but Our Glory.  It can be said that She (Mary) Formed the Sun of Her Life within the Sun of Her Creator. 


“So, whoever wants to find Her (Mary) in the Celestial Dwelling, Must Come into Our Sun, where the Sovereign Queen (Mary), having Formed Her Sun, spreads Her (Mary’s) Maternal Rays for the Good of all, and Blazes with such Beauty as to Enrapture the whole of Heaven, all feeling Twice as Happy for having a Mother so Holy, and a Queen so Glorious and Powerful.  The Virgin (Mary) is the First Daughter, and the Only One, who Possesses Her Creator; and She is the Only One to have Lived Life in the Sun of the Supreme Being.  And since She (Mary) drew Her Life from this Eternal Sun, it is no wonder that, having Lived of Light, She Formed Her Most Refulgent Sun that Gladdens the Whole Celestial Court.


“This is precisely what it means to Live in My Divine Will:  to Live of Light and to Form one’s Life within Our (God’s) Own Sun. This was the Purpose of Creation—to have the creatures Created by Us (Triune God), Our Beloved Children, within Our Own Abode; to nourish them with Our Own foods, to clothe them with Royal Garments, and to let them Enjoy Our Own Goods.  What terrestrial father and mother think of putting out of their home the birth of their womb, their dear children, and of not giving their inheritance to their own children?  No one, I believe; on the contrary, how many sacrifices do they not make in order to render their children rich and happy?  If a terrestrial father and a mother reach this, much more so does the Celestial Father.  He (God) Wanted and Loved His Children to Remain in His home, so as to Keep them Around Himself, to Delight with them and Keep them as the Crown of His Creative Hands.  But man, ungrateful, abandoned Our Home, refused Our Goods, and contented himself with going wandering, living in the darkness of his human will.”