My dearly beloved little children, I never leave you on your own, otherwise the “other one” would make of you children of Satan. Never walk away from the Church of Christ, as He alone is the Son of God. At the moment you are surrounded by a thousand churches,  but always remember what I often say to you: My Son Jesus allowed himself to be crucified for you — no one else has given their life for their own children.  God is One and Three: there is no other God apart from the Most Holy Trinity. I seek to remind you that there is no other God apart from the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Do not fall into the traps that the false church would like to propose to you.
I am with you and never leave you on your own even for an instant, because I know exactly what Satan would do with my dearly beloved children. The Church particularly recalls the Sacrifice of Christ. May the Holy Mass be your pride [and joy]; go to nourish yourselves with the Body of Christ, and then, even the Devil will be unable to do anything against you. Nourish yourselves often with the Holy Eucharist and I assure you that you will have nothing to fear.
The days to come will not be the best, but those who feed on the Body of My Son will be protected and will not have unbearable temptations. Seek to live in love and serenity; have no fear, because who is like God? My little children, you are safe in His hands. Pray and fast: I am near to you and no evil will be victorious against you. I bless you; may the holy Rosary be your weapon.
|↑1||“churches” should probably be understood here as referring to different religious confessions and movements rather than buildings.|
|↑2||This should not be taken as an absolute statement, as obviously there are many examples of parents who have given their lives for their children. In the context of the passage, the suggestion would rather seem to be that among founders of religions and sects, Jesus is unique in this respect. Another possible interpretation could be that only the death of Jesus is capable of giving life in the deepest, eternal sense. Translator’s notes|