Mary has been visiting us for over 100 years begging us to be faithful to Jesus and leading us to Him. Most of the words you are about to hear were all directly spoken during these visits. Others are taken from Sacred Scripture and well-known Marian Prayers. Together, they reveal Mary’s Immaculate Heart – a heart filled with love for each of us personally and individually. In Heaven, wholly filled, wholly united to, and wholly partaking of the radiance of God’s own love for us, Mary reflects the Maternal aspect of God which we find so often in Holy Scripture. God has only one desire – the redemption of man through Jesus. No one is excluded. Listen to Her words as She echoes this desire of the Father to touch each of his Children and bring them to Jesus. You will experience a True Mother’s love. She is the Mother you may have been longing for a very long time. This is Her Love Letter to you:
Dear Child, “come near … be not afraid.
I am here to tell you great news.”
“What I have to say to you does not have to be written down.”
“Listen and let it penetrate your heart.”
“I am your Merciful Mother.”
“The Mother always looking for her children.”
“The Mother of all who love me,
of those who cry to me,
of those who have confidence in me.”
“I love you very much.”
From the moment it was revealed
that I was to become the Mother of the Messiah
– the One who would save His people from their sins –
I treasured you in my Heart.
You were the gift from my dying Son.
“I want to be near you”.
“I yearn to be amongst you,
to overwhelm you with blessings, peace, joy,
and to bring you closer to the Lord our God.”
“These graces are from my Son.
I take them out of His Heart.
He can refuse me nothing.”
“It is my task to distribute to my little children the grace,
which flows from the Father’s bosom,
and which has been earned by the Son
and given to you by the Holy Spirit.
My task is to distribute this grace to all my children
according to their needs,
which the Mother surely knows”.
“I will attend the sick, the fallen ones …
because my mission is to take care of the flock of the Lord.”
“I will convert sinners …
I am the Mother of God, the Queen of Heaven…”
Truly, my Son “will touch the most hardened hearts for me”.
“I have come to calm you
because I have heard your prayers.”
“If I came, it is because you needed it.”
I hasten to your need,
just like I hastened to the need of my cousin Elizabeth.
As it says in Scripture, let me quiet and still your soul,
like a weaned child with its mother.
Listen to the promise I made about Walsingham,
“all who come here shall find help in their need”.
“As an attentive and caring mother”,
I know all yours needs
from the greatest to the least!
Quietly and unseen I intercede for you night and day.
This is “my motherly task”.
I hear your weeping and sorrows,
your necessities, and misfortunes.
I am especially close in your grief.
“I will comfort you …
your Mother knows what life is like;
your Mother is familiar with sorrow.
Your Mother knows what the Cross means”.
“You are not alone my child,
and you must not be sad.”
As it says in Scripture, ‘can a mother forget her infant,
be without tenderness for the child of her womb?
Even should she forget, I will never forget you.’
“I will never forsake you.
My Immaculate Heart will be your refuge
and the way that will lead you to God.”
“…The thing that frightens you,
the thing that afflicts you,
do not let it disturb you …
Am I not here who am your Mother?
Are you not under my shadow and protection?
Am I not the source of your joy?
Are you not in the hollow of my mantle,
in the crossing of my arms?
Do you need something more?
Let nothing else worry you or disturb you.”
“Do not be afraid of anything …
have courage, patience and resignation.”
“…My purest light will be the one that guides you
in the middle of so much darkness.
I will help you to overcome all uncertainty.”
“I feel so happy
to be able to help the children who beg me for protection.
But so many do not ever come to me!”
I cannot act fully in your life unless you trust me.
Like the Beloved Disciple,
you must take me into the home of your heart.
If you ever feel distressed during your day
call upon me with these words:
‘Mary, Mother of Jesus, please be a Mother to me now’
– I will not fail you.
‘Never was it known that anyone who fled to [my] protection,
implored [my] help, or sought [my] intercession
was left unaided’.
“Pray my children, prayer fortifies.
You are called by Jesus Christ to pray”.
“the Holy Rosary is the most feared weapon of the enemy
… it is also the refuge for those seeking relief
… the door to enter My Heart.”
“When you don’t have time,
at least say an ‘Our Father’ and a ‘Hail Mary’,
but when you can, say more.” 
“Do not worry,
pray and hold on to your belief in God.
God must come first that He may fill
your emptiness with which the world cannot fill.”
“Go now and worship my Son in the Blessed Sacrament”.
See how He loves you!
“My children, it is in the Eucharist where you can feel
how He gives Himself for you”.
My Son’s ‘words are spirit and Life’ as it says in Scripture,
therefore “do whatever He tells you”.
He is ‘the way, and the truth, and the life’,
the One who heals every one of your ills
and sets you free!
 Our Lady of La Salette to Maximin Giraud and Melanie Calvat, 19th September 1846.  Our Lady of Lourdes to St. Bernadette, 18th February 1858.  Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego 12th December 1531.  Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego, 9th December 1531.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 11th February 1989; cf. Luke 2:44-46, 15:8-10.  Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego, 9th December 1531.  Our Lady of Kibeho Rwanda to Alphonsine Mumureke, 28th November 1989.  Cf. Luke 1:31-33, 2:11; cf. CCC 501.  Cf. Luke 2:51.  Cf. John 19:26.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas to Gladys Quiroga de Motta, 16th November 1983.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas to Gladys Quiroga de Motta, 26th November 1983.  Our Lady of Pellevoisin (France) to Estelle Fagguette, 8th December 1876.  Our Lady to Fr. Stefano Gobbi, July 1973 - December 1997.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas, to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 1983 - 1990.  Our Lady of Beauraing 3rd January 1933.  Our Lady of Pellevoisin (France) to Estelle Fagguette, 2nd July 1876.  Our Lady of Kibeho Rwanda to Alphonsine Mumureke, 28th November 1981.  Our Lady of Kibeho Rwanda to Alphonsine Mumureke, 28th November 1989.  Cf. Luke 1:39.  Cf. Psalm 131:2.  Our Lady of Walsingham to Richeldis de Feverches, 1061.  Our Lady to Fr. Stefano Gobbi, July 1973 - December 1997.  Cf. John 2:1-5; cf. CCC 2618.  Our Lady to Fr. Stefano Gobbi, July 1973 - December 1997.  Cf. Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego, 9th December 1531.  Cf. John 19:30, Luke 23:46, Mark 15:37, Matthew 27:50.  The Lady of All Nations, 31st May 1955.  Our Lady of Fatima to Lucia Santos, 13th June 1917.  Isaiah 49:15-16  Our Lady of Fatima to Lucia Santos, 13th June 1917.  Our Lady of Guadalupe to Juan Diego, 12th December 1531.  Our Lady of Pellevoisin (France) to Estelle Fagguette, 17th/18th February 1876.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas, to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 1983 - 1990.  Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal to St. Catherine Laboure, 1830.  Cf. John 19:27; cf. CCC 2679.  Cf. St. Mother Teresa.  Cf. The Memorare.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas, to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 1983 - 1990.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas, to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 1983 - 1990.  Our Lady of La Salette to Maximin Giraud and Melanie Calvat, 19th September 1846.  Our Lady’s Message of Mercy to the World, 8th September 1996.  Our Lady of Victory Germany to Cecilia Geyer 22nd February 1938.  Cf. John 11:36.  Mary of the Rosary of San Nicholas, to Gladys Quiroga de Motta 1983 - 1990.  John 6:63.  John 2:5.  John 14:6.  Cf. Psalm 103:3, cf. John 8:36.
New Dawn In The Church Walsingham © 2020 – compiled/written for the New Dawn 2020 Marian Procession.