Dear children, thank you for being gathered here in prayer and for having listened to my call in your hearts. Beloved children, continue every day in prayer, especially in the recitation of the Holy Rosary which is the sole* protection that you will have against evil. Children, look around you: earthquakes, tsunamis, devastating storms will not stop – only prayer recited with the heart can change things, but everything must be fulfilled, because that is how it has been written. Abandon your will and always be in the will of God. You are accustomed to living a mechanical life: abandon the things of earth and have more consideration for the things of heaven, because only thus will you be able to walk along the more difficult but more correct path. Pay attention, children, do not fall into the devil’s trap: I love you and I want you to be saved. I would like my army of light to be able to unite in one voice. Now I leave you with my holy blessing in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, Amen.
*This should not be taken as implying that other forms of prayer have no value, but as emphasizing the special role of the Rosary as a spiritual weapon — a role underscored in the writings of many mystics past and present, and additionally confirmed by the testimonies of many exorcists. The time is coming, and is already here again for many, when public Masses will no longer be available. In that regard, recourse to Jesus through this efficacious prayer will be crucial. Servant of God Sr. Lucia of Fatima alluded to this as well:
Now if God, through Our Lady, had asked us to go to Mass and receive Holy Communion every day, there would undoubtedly have been a great many people who would have said, quite rightly, that this was not possible. Some, on account of the distance separating them from the nearest Church where Mass was celebrated; others on account of the circumstances of their lives, their state in life, their job, the state of their health, etc.” Yet, “On the other hand to pray the Rosary is something everybody can do, rich and poor, wise and ignorant, great and small. All people of good will can, and must say the Rosary every day… —National Catholic Register, Nov. 19th, 2017
Moreover, Our Lady calls us here to “prayer received with the heart,” which means the Rosary should be prayed in the spirit with which Pope John Paul II exhorted the faithful—as if it were a “school of Mary” at whose feet we sit to meditate upon the Savior, Jesus Christ (Rosarium Virginie Mariae n. 14). In fact, St. John Paul II went further indicating the true power of the Rosary in the history of the Church that echoes this revelation to Gisella:
The Church has always attributed particular efficacy to this prayer, entrusting to the Rosary, to its choral recitation and to its constant practice, the most difficult problems. At times when Christianity itself seemed under threat, its deliverance was attributed to the power of this prayer, and Our Lady of the Rosary was acclaimed as the one whose intercession brought salvation. —Rosarium Virginis Mariae, n. 38