This afternoon Mother appeared dressed all in white. Even the mantle that enveloped her was white, but of a very thin, almost transparent fabric, studded with glitter.
Her head was also covered by the same mantle. On her chest Mother had a heart of flesh crowned with thorns: her arms were open in a sign of welcome and she had a long holy rosary of light in her right hand.To Mother's right was the Crucified One. Mum was very sad and a tear trickled down her face until it bathed the ground beneath her feet.
May Jesus Christ be praised
"My dear children, thank you that today you are here again to welcome me in my blessed woods.
Dearly beloved children, I love you immensely, I love you, my little children, but when will you understand that you need to put God first in your life? God is love, God is peace, God is mercy, God is everything and you can do nothing without him.
My children, these are hard times, these are the times of trial, but not all of you are ready. Many of you believe that you are strong, but at the moment when the trial presents itself, you fall.
My children, if this happens it is because you are not strong enough, but you believe that you are. You rely on your strength without relying on and trusting in God.
Little children, if at the moment of testing you feel fragile, take refuge in prayer and in the Eucharist. Yes, children, the Eucharist! Feed on Jesus and strength will be given to you superabundantly, because you will not be the ones managing your lives but Jesus who dwells within you will do so.
Dearly beloved children, today I again ask you to form prayer cenacles. Your houses must exude a perfume of prayer and not of curses: you too often use the tongue to curse and not to bless. Learn to bless, bless everything; you are God's temple, make the light that is in you shine, do not let out the worst part, learn to tame evil by doing good."
Finally Mother blessed the priests present here in a special way and then all the pilgrims.
In the name of the Father, of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.