This evening, Mother appeared all dressed in white; the edges of her dress were golden. Mother was wrapped in a large white mantle, as if made out of very delicate veil and studded with glitter. The same mantle also covered her head. Mother had her hands folded in prayer and in her hands was a long white holy rosary, as if made of light, that reached almost down to her feet. Her feet were bare and were placed on the globe. May Jesus Christ be praised.
My dear children, thank you that this evening you are again here in my blessed woods on this day so dear to me. My children, I love you, I love you immensely and my greatest desire is to save you all. My children, once again I am here by God’s immense mercy: I am here by His immense love. My children, the world is increasingly gripped by the forces of evil. Little children, you need to know God well, because only thus can you be saved, yet unfortunately not everyone knows God, but you are increasingly distracted by the false beauties that the world shows you. Beloved children, God must be loved every day, and only in this way will you be able to know him. Many think that with prayer and with the daily Holy Mass alone they can know God; He is certainly known and encountered because He is alive and true in the Eucharist; but God must [also] be known in Scripture and with much perseverance.
My children, God is love, and how can you say that you love God if you do not love your brothers and sisters? God is unlimited love. Dearly beloved little children, I ask you once again to love one another. These are my blessed woods, and if I call you here, it is because I want you gradually to open your hearts and learn to know God more. My children, this evening I again invite you to pray for my beloved Church and for all my chosen and favored sons [priests]. Children, the Church is in grave danger: please pray in order that the true Magisterium of the Church would not be lost.
Then I prayed with Mother and finally she blessed, first the priests present, and then all the pilgrims and all those who had commended themselves to my prayers.
In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.
1. “Ignorance of Scripture is ignorance of Christ.” —St. Jerome, commentary on the prophet Isaiah; Nn. 1. 2: CCL 73, 1-3