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Children of my Sacred Heart:

I have come to you to feed you with the Bread of Life, to quench your thirst with the Blood of the New and Eternal Covenant, to heal you in body and soul, to forgive and free you from your sins.

I have come to redeem you by opening, with my sacrifice, the doors of the Kingdom of God for all men.

Dear children, I have given you the greatest gift that the mercy of the Trinity could give: my Sacred Eucharistic Heart.

And with my Calls to Love, as Good Shepherd, I lead you to an encounter with God, to holiness of life and to salvation.

My children, as these are the last Calls to Love, a final epilogue of my Sacred Heart; I also give the graces and devotions for these End Times.

To Saint Margaret I have asked devotion of the First Friday of every month. Following this prophetic line that was preparing this great work, now, I ask devotion of the First Thursday of every month, so that you may make reparation for the sin of God’s ministers, to make reparation for the sins committed against the Holy Eucharist, and to make reparation for the loss of love for the sacrifice of the Mass.

My children, every First Thursday remember to make reparation for these intentions of my Eucharistic Heart.

My little children:

Pray and meditate with my Calls to Love. Pray and ask for the grace of being Eucharistic; pray so that the Divine Spirit may reveal to you the infinite greatness of every Holy Mass.

Apostles of my heart:

The Eucharist was the center of the heart and life of my Heavenly Mother on earth as it continues to be in Heaven. But also, you, children of my Mother’s Heart: the Holy Eucharist must be the centre of your lives, that all your life revolves around the Holy Eucharist.

My children, my work of the Apostolate is a crusade of Eucharistic Love. I reveal myself in these End Times as the Sacred Eucharistic Heart of Jesus and with this Divine love, I bless you.

In the Name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Hail Mary Most Pure conceived without original sin.


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