Servant of God Maria Esperanza de Bianchini’s words. Parish Church St. Bernadette’s Hall. Buffalo, New York, USA

Wednesday, May 21, 1997 10:15 p.m.

[…] and here I stand. I have not been able to rest these last days. The Lord has me at his service. I serve him with much love and humility. Of course, everything you do, do it with humility, simplicity, devotion and human docility. The Lord loves human docility very much because He is there. He was docile enough to go to the Cross in order to save us.

Now receive, wait, trust and surrender to the grace.

“In the Name of my Father, I bless you, my children.

In the name of my Mother, I heal your body and soul,

and I keep you here in my Heart, I shall keep you, keep you, keep you,

I shall keep you here in my Heart from today on and forever.”

May peace be with you, and may the light of the Holy Spirit enlighten your souls. You are in peace and in harmony with the whole world.

The love of the Mother is the hope of her children, so we may follow in the footsteps of her Son, because He blessed and healed the crowds.

I am a poor woman, but They can do anything, they can do everything, their power is infinite. Let us place ourselves in their hands and if it is God’s will that we all be healed it will be to give glory to God, for the well-being of our souls and the salvation of the whole world.

May God keep you all.

Blessed be Jesus, blessed be our Mother Mary who comes for us to help us walk better and live the authentic Christian life of God’s children, of the children who love him, who feel him, and truly wish to live the Gospels.

Let us live the Gospels all together and let us proclaim: The Lord Jesus lives among us; we do not see him, but we can sense him in our hearts, in order to live the Gospels.

Thank you all.

May God bless you; may God keep you.

Go back home filled with confidence, filled with humility, love, consideration toward your neighbor. Be generous; we cannot be miserly, no, no.

God wants us to be noble and honest. He was so great, so pure, so clean that He gave himself to the crowds. He did not waste a day. He dedicated all his days to the People of God, his beloved people, his people of Jerusalem. He still loves them, even those who do not feel or preach about him. He loves everyone. For him there are no rich or poor, ugly or pretty; for him all his children are equal, his younger brethren. He is the eldest Son, the elder Brother, and we are his younger children, his younger siblings.

So, as younger siblings we have to be humble and truly be aware of what God wants from us. It is not that we have to do this and that . . . and we go pushing people aside, no. Let us be very neat, very honest and very worthy of the love Jesus offers us, so we may live in peace with our loved ones, with our family, with everyone at work, in our companies, in our achievements, everywhere; in order to be able to say continually as He told Sister Faustina:

  • Jesus, I trust in You.
  • Jesus, I trust in You.
  • Jesus, I trust in You.
  • O Blood and Water which gushes forth from the Heart of Jesus as a fount of mercy for us, have mercy on us and on the whole world.
  • O Mary conceived without sin.

May the peace of the Lord be with you.

I am leaving now full of gratitude, because you truly have risen to the occasion, our Bishop, your Bishop in the first place; our Bishop, and all his priests, and all the people of the community. I thank you infinitely for your reception seeking my Lord, looking for his Mother. May God keep you, and may God solve all your troubles, your needs, and may you love each other.

It does not matter if you are black or white, if you belong here or there, no . . . love, love, love, and forgive, and have mercy on all. We cannot be racist; we cannot measure, no, no, no.

A very difficult time is approaching the world, and we have to improve the environment with our prayers, so war, nuclear things, nothing can come and harm us. Let us think of our children, our loved ones, our grandchildren – we grandmothers – and of the youth who are the ones who go to war, who are the ones who are called to go. Right now let us think of all these things to avoid them; all this disaster. Let us avoid controversy with our neighboring nations. Let us live in peace and in harmony, united by the love of Jesus Christ.

Thank you all.

May God bless you, may God keep you, may the peace of the Lord be with you all.

Our faith and devotion must be to the Father who created us, to his Divine Son who gave himself on the Cross to save us, to the Holy Spirit so He may show us the safe path, and to Mary our Mother.

Prayer is the column of light that enlightens man in the midst of the darkness of night. So, let us follow that light that is the light of truth, love, understanding and justice.

May God bless you.