The Feast of Corpus Christi
During my early morning prayers, the angel appeared and said, “Come with me, the Lord has asked me to reveal something to you.”
We came to this remote place where there was an ancient Church. It was beautiful and very peaceful. We entered the Church.
The angel said, “Wait here, and soon, you will meet Blessed Mother.”
As I waited, I looked around and noticed what looked like timber walls. I turned to my right and saw three sets of white Rosary Beads hanging from the wall. I stretched out my hand and touched them and said, “Oh, this is Blessed Mother’s place. She wants me to pray the Rosary.” I was so joyful to be in this heavenly place.
The next moment, Blessed Mother walked through the door and came and stood close to me. She was dressed all in white. I could see she was holding in her hands a transparent bag which appeared to be quite full.
Blessed Mother said, “I brought you a gift, my daughter. This is for you.”
I took the gift from Blessed Mother’s hands and opened up the bag to look inside. There I saw many, many blue and black pens and between them many sheets of blank white paper.
I said, “Oh, there is going to be a lot of writing!”
Blessed Mother smiled at me and gently said, “That is for you, and that is your duty.”
That minute I felt torn in two parts — one part suffering for Holy Souls and the other part a duty to write messages from Heaven.
Blessed Mother and I then walked out of this ancient Church and into the beautiful gardens outside.
I sensed it was time for me to leave. I asked Blessed Mother, “Are you leaving as well?”
She answered, “I am not leaving. I have to stay until Friday. I am visiting a person in prison to help them. You know, sometimes jurors make a decision, and the verdict they give is wrong. They do not judge properly. They condemn a person unjustly.”
While our Blessed Mother was telling me this, I knew in my heart that she was referring to Cardinal Pell. Today is such a special day because he should be celebrating Holy Mass. As a Mother, she is very concerned for him, and she wants to help him. She wants us to pray the Rosary for him; that is why there were three sets of rosary beads shown.
Later in the morning, I attended the High Mass at St Patrick’s Cathedral, Parramatta. During the sermon, Father Chris was so beautifully explaining the meaning of Corpus Christi, how the Body, Blood, Soul, and Divinity of our Lord Jesus is given to us in the Holy Eucharist.
In my heart, I said to our Lord, “Father, how beautifully Father Chris explained the Eucharist to the people.”
Immediately our Lord replied, “But he forgot the most important things. He forgot to tell people about the importance of Repentance and Confession.”
During the Elevation, our Lord Jesus said, “All over the world I Am so sacrileged and abused in the Holy Eucharist. So many people receive Me so casually, unworthily and unrepentant, this is all because the Church no longer teaches Repentance.”
Jesus said, “My child, how I suffered when I died on the Cross, how My Body was tortured, full of blood, full of sores and I did all that to redeem you, to save you from your sins.”
“When the soldier pierced My Side with the lance, it was the most agonising pain that I endured. My Heart opened up like a river, first came the Water and then the Blood to purify all humanity from their sins.”
“I gave you everything, My Body, My Blood; I consume Myself for you. What do I get in return? Ungratefulness, no appreciation, no reverence, nothing! That is so painful that My Sacred Heart suffers from all this abuse.”
“Valentina, speak the Truth. Explain to people what I went through. Do not be afraid.”
Suddenly, a big bag of bread rolls appeared, and Jesus handed them to me. He said, “Here Valentina, My child, take them. Feed My sheep. Don’t be afraid; I Am always with you. We work together to save souls.”
The bread rolls represent the Word of Jesus.