The 41st. Message of the Lady of All Nations
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"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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41st MESSAGE

April 6, 1952 Palm Sunday

Who once was Mary

The Lady is before me again. She says,

“You should listen carefully and pass on what I am coming to tell you today. Tell the theologians that I am not satisfied with the alteration of the prayer. ‘May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, be our Advocate’––that is to remain as it is. [1]
This time is Our time.

Tell the following to the theologians: at the sacrifice of the Cross came ‘the Lady’. The Son said to His Mother, ‘Woman, behold your son.’ Thus the change came about at the sacrifice of the Cross. [2] The Lord and Creator chose Miriam, or Mary, from among all women to become the Mother of His Divine Son. At the sacrifice of the Cross she became ‘the Lady’, the Coredemptrix and Mediatrix. This was announced by the Son while He was returning to the Father. That is why I am bringing these new words in this time, and saying: I am the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary. Tell this to your theologians. This is what these words mean for the theologians.”

No matter who or what you are

“This time is Our time. The new dogma which is to come is the final Marian dogma: the Lady of All Nations as the Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. At the sacrifice of the Cross the Son gave this title to the entire world. No matter who or what you are, for you I am the Lady.

I have come to tell this degenerate and wretched world: all of you, unite. You, Christian people, will find one another by the Lady of All Nations, just as you find one another at the Cross of the Son. Much will and must be changed within the community, in the Church. You, people, no matter who or what you are, support and help one another. In the first and greatest commandment you will find everything you need. May the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, be our Advocate.”

A great task

“The Lady especially wishes to come to those places where she used to be and to those where she has not yet been. You have a great task to accomplish”,

the Lady tells me.

“Let all those who cooperate in this great work do so in all seriousness and with great zeal. Your task, child, has not yet come to an end. Tell your bishop to pass on the prayer to the whole world. I shall help him. I shall assist your spiritual director till the end.

Tell the Pope that it is good. He will understand me. Tell the Pope to prepare everything for the new dogma. Tell the Pope to prepare all the changes and to discuss them with those who were chosen by him. Tell the Pope that the time is now dawning.”

Pray the prayer

“The Lady of All Nations will stand above the community. Let everyone ask using this simple prayer, and the Lady will help them according to the will of the Father and the Son. She was Mary, the Handmaid of the Lord. She now wishes to be the Lady of All Nations. No matter who or what you are, come to the Lady of All Nations.

I warn the Christian people and say: realize the seriousness of this time. Join hands. Plant the Cross in the midst of the world. You are all responsible for your task which you have to accomplish in this time. Do not let yourselves be led to the wrong spirit. Pray every day that the Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, may send the Holy Spirit over this world, and the Lady of All Nations, who once was Mary, will be your Advocate. So be it.”

And then the Lady is gone.
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[1] Initially the prayer was published without the words ‘who once was Mary’, due to the intervention of the bishop. Here, however, the Lady expresses her explicit wish that the prayer remain as she gave it. This wish having been communicated to the bishop, the omitted words were then reincorporated into the prayer.
[2] John 19:26 uses the word ‘Woman’. The Lady quotes it in explaining when she became ‘the Lady’. In Dutch the word ‘Vrouwe’ means both ‘Woman’ and ‘Lady’.


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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