The 33rd. Message of the Lady of All Nations
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The Lady of All NationsPray before the Cross:

"Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now Your Spirit over the earth. Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disaster and war. May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, be our Advocate. Amen.”

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May 31, 1951[1] Feast of Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces

Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate

The Lady is again there, and she says,

“I stand here and come to tell you that I wish to be Mary, the Lady of All Nations. Look carefully. I am standing before the Cross of the Redeemer. My head, hands and feet as of a human being, as of the Son of Man; the body as of the Spirit. I have firmly placed my feet upon the globe, for in this time the Father and the Son wants to bring me into this world as Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. This will be the new and final Marian dogma. This image will precede.

This dogma will be much disputed, yet it will be carried through. I have repeated these things so that you may once more clarify this to your spiritual director and theologians and refute their objections.”

The flock of sheep

“Pay close attention now and describe what I let you see. This is the last instruction I will give for the image. Look carefully. I am standing on the globe. Around the globe, child, you thought you were seeing clouds. But now look carefully at what I will let you see.”

Now I see the clouds changing into living sheep. From left and right around the globe a flock of sheep comes forth on both sides, as if from out of the depths. Here and there I see some black sheep among them. Lambs lie down at the foot of the globe. Sheep come walking along, some grazing. But most have their heads upturned, as if gazing intently at the Lady and the Cross. There are also sheep lying on the ground with their heads raised, looking at the Lady. It is a beautiful and peaceful sight. Then the Lady says to me,

“Child, imprint this image well upon your memory and describe it well. This image of the flock of sheep represents the nations of the whole world, who will not find rest until they lie down and in tranquillity look up at the Cross, the centre of this world.”

The rays of Grace, Redemption and Peace

“Now look at my hands and describe what you see.”

Now it is as if there, in the middle of her hands, had been a wound. From there, from each hand, three rays of light are coming forth, shining upon the sheep. The Lady smiles and says,

“These are three rays, the rays of Grace, Redemption and Peace. Through the Grace of my Lord and Master, and out of love for humanity, the Father sent to the world His only Son as Redeemer. Now both of them want to send the Holy, the True Spirit, who alone can be Peace. Hence: Grace, Redemption, Peace.

The Father and the Son wish to send Mary, the Lady of All Nations, in this time as Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. Here I have given you a clear and distinct explanation of this image. With this the image is complete.” [2]

A promise

“You, child, are the instrument, merely the instrument, for passing on these things. See to it that the prayer, which briefly and powerfully asks for the sending of the Holy, True Spirit, is spread as quickly as possible. Tell your spiritual director and all who cooperate in this that I promise to give grace for soul and body––according to the Son’s will––to all who pray before the image and call upon Mary, the Lady of All Nations.”

From country to country, from town to town

“You should not treat this as something for a limited circle. For I am the Lady of All Nations. This image shall go from country to country, from town to town. That is the intention of the work of redemption.

Now I speak to your spiritual director and the others who are cooperating. Be aware of your duty and do not hesitate to carry through with what I have said. Once more I want to say: I promise to help all who are in spiritual or bodily need, if they do my will, the Father’s will.”

The women and men of this world

Now the Lady waits a moment and gazes before herself. Then she says,

“Theologians, you will have no difficulty if you consider that the Lord and Master had already predestined the Lady for sacrifice. For the sword had already been pointed at the heart of the Mother. With this I mean to say that I always went before the Son in spiritual and bodily sufferings.

And now I speak to the women of this world: women of this world, do you know what it means to be a woman? It means making sacrifices. Abandon all of your egoism and vanity, and try to bring to the center, the Cross, all children and those who are still wandering around grazing. Make sacrifices.

And now I speak to the men of this world. I say to them: from you, men, has to come the strength and the will to lead the world to the sole Prince of this world, the Lord Jesus Christ.”

Act in a modern way and promptly

“I have explained to you, child, what this message will mean for the world. You, through your spiritual director and others, shall see to it that this is made known to the world. This is my wish for today. For I wish to be the Lady of All Nations. Act in a modern way and promptly.”

And now the Lady is slowly leaving, as she says,

“This time is Our time.”
[1] This is the first time that the Lady appeared on May 31. In several dioceses the Feast of Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces was celebrated on this day. See also footnote 67.
[2] The painter had already begun the image of the Lady of All Nations when these last directions were given regarding the image. The already-painted clouds had to be changed into sheep. It was, of course, a very difficult task to portray the Lady of All Nations in a painting. In the following message the Lady expresses her approval of the work done. See also Appendix II.
There are occasional references to Footnotes throughout. These are not included here but are included in the book: "The Messages of the Lady of All Nations" available from the addresses in Take Action

Messages given to Ida Peerdman from Our Lady (Mary, the Mother of Jesus):

First read an introduction, explanations and importance of the messages then read them as given to Ide Peerdman from the individual pages below. Included also are notes in the 6 Appendices, the Church's Position, The Prayer and addresses to Contact

Introduction  |  Explanations  |  The Themes & Their Importance
Final Marian Dogma  |  The Church's Position  |  Take Action

The Messages: 

1  |  2  | 3  |  4  | 5  | 6  |  7  | 8  | 9  |  10  | 11  | 12  |  13  | 14  | 15  |  16  | 17  |  18  |  19  | 20  | 21
22  |  23  |  24  | 25  |  26  | 27  | 28  |  29  | 30  | 31  |  32  | 33  | 34  |  35  | 36  | 37  |  38  | 39  | 40
                  41  |  42  |  43  | 44  |  45  | 46  | 47  |  4849  | 50  |  51  | 52  | 53  |  54  | 55  | 56

Appendix I  |  Appendix II  |  Appendix  III  |  Appendix IV  |  Appendix V  |  Appendix VI

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