You have called, invited me with your singing - behold I come. My children, my passion, this time of year, may it be your passion. I certainly do not wish you suffering, but I tell you, for your own sake: do not avoid the suffering that I allow, but offer it to Me from the depths of your heart, especially for the salvation of my suffering Church. You know, and know well what were my pains, but I could not say no to my Father; there was a time when, as a man, and through the temptation, I would have wanted to avoid those terrible pains, both on the physical and spiritual levels, but the love I have for you made me overcome all the trials of my Passion. I tell you, my children, be strong, accept your "passions" so that my church might recover unity, love, sharing. Pray for my priests, do not forget that my church must continue to live in unity. I alone am the Lord, I only am "He who Is'", I alone established my church: Catholic, holy and apostolic. Unite in order to keep my church alive "in unity", because only thus shall you be my people, those who love the Blessed Trinity and She who is a living part of the Trinity itself*. Thus, as the blessed Trinity is "united" so, my children, you too, remain united. There are no "religions" but there is my church, mother of all humanity. Little children, my death and resurrection is only carried in the hands of my priests, and only if you feed yourselves with my precious body and blood will you be redeemed, reborn in Me alone. I bless you and strengthen you so that might be able to overcome trials, find lost peace again and recover your dignity as children of God. May it be so, little children.
Jesus, Sole Head of the Church.
[Translator's note:* 'She' can perhaps be read in two ways here: i) it may refer to Our Lady who, being a creature yet divinized by grace, can be said to share in the Divine life. ii) in the context of the message, it can also be read as the Church more broadly (of course also including Mary as Mother of the Church) which, called to participate in the divine nature (2 Peter 1:4), is united to the Triune God by virtue of being the Body of Christ.]