St Patrick’s Church, Sydney
Today I went into the city to attend Mass at St Patrick’s Church and to meet up with my friends. We enjoyed a lovely day together, but before leaving to go home, we decided to pay homage to our Blessed Mother and Baby Jesus in the grotto, located in the Church’s courtyard.
I said a little prayer and was about to leave when our Blessed Mother appeared. With a sorrowful expression, she said, “My child, look how sad I am for the world. I suffer for you my children, for you are so blind to what is happening. The world is in such a horrible state, worse than ever before. Tell my children, that so much time is wasted by not praying. People need to pray a lot. The world needs many prayers for the conversion of sinners and for people to stop offending God.”
“Look at what is happening in your own country Australia. You are suffering the worst drought. This situation is dire, but people do not seem to worry too much, they are blind to the seriousness of this drought. I plead with you, my children, that you must turn to God and ask Him to be merciful to this county. Offer many prayers.”
After receiving this message, my friends and I immediately prayed a decade of the Rosary for the intentions of our Blessed Mother. After we finished praying the decade, Blessed Mother appeared and said, “Thank you, my children, for consoling me.”
Blessed Mother, we love you. Pray for us and help us to encourage others to pray.