Our Lady of Emmitsburg
To the World
through Gianna Sullivan
October 17, 2004
The Inaugural Day
of the Year of the Eucharist
My dear little children, praised be Jesus!
Little ones, there are so many people who are happy on the outside, but who on the inside are not very happy. They are in so much need of Love.
That is why this year, the Year of the Eucharist, is so important indeed; important because it is a year in which each of you can become so close to my Son. Your freedom, your goodwill, your prosperity and your health lie in the foundations routed in Jesus my Son, the Word of God.
You can speak to Him and come to know that it was not only through the Act of His Passion and Death that He saved the world, but through the entire Salvific Act, from the inception of the Word Incarnate, through His Life, and through His Passion, Death & Resurrection, that He saved the world.
Humanity oftentimes passes by the desires of God’s Will, which have been outlined in His Commandments written on stone, and carelessly takes to itself the resolutions and answers most pleasing to itself. However, God’s answers are not always the same as those of humanity.
The Truth must be lived under obedience to God. Humility falls under obedience; and obedience to my most beloved Pope will outline for you everything that is necessary for moral values related to life, to the production of life, and to the scientific nature of things (including fetal stem cell research) as they relate to the cures and well-being of people with serious diseases.
Make no mistake about it, that during this Year of the Most Holy Eucharist, blessed by my most beloved Pope, everyone of you will have the opportunity to grow and to know my Son and His Truth. You will be invited to accept change that will mold you closer to Him, so that you can become whole in living His Word. You have been invited to join together in comradery and unity, but in order to do this you must live in His Truth.
I love you, and I desire you all to know that God has given me to you as a gift; and this gift is one which both I am to you and you are to me. I bless you. I take your petitions. I love you. I am grateful to be called your Mother. Peace.