Public Message from Our Lady of Emmitsburg
for the World
through Gianna Sullivan
June 13, 2004

The Feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ

Little children, praised be Jesus.

Little ones, pray, pray and pray. You do not know the great gift that
Jesus my Son has left for you in the Most Holy Eucharist. I do not think
that you truly believe and understand the entirety of His True Presence and
of all the great gifts He has to give to you.

Pray, my little ones. If you think that you do know, but you do not defend
Him in the Most Holy Eucharist, then at the time of your lives when you
pass away into the next, you will come to truly know and see and come to
believe what is the Truth.

However, you can believe now, and all of your desires and wishes can be
fulfilled; because He is within you as you receive Him, and He is there
before you as you adore Him. Do not allow one moment to pass without
giving Him the praise and the glory that is so necessary and most fitting
for a King, One who gave His Life for you, from its inception at His Birth
in the Cradle through His Death on the Cross.

I love you. I desire you to know fully and to embrace the Truth of His
all-encompassing Love, not only as a Man who died because of His Love for
you, but also as a Child who was born out of His Love for you. Do not
allow this opportunity to slip by, for it is in your grasp.

I love you. I thank you. Peace to you.


Reflection on the June 13, 2004 Message

On this feast of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ, our Heavenly
Mother asks us to, constantly, praise and adore Jesus in the Holy
Eucharist, for, this is the most precious gift the Lord has given us. Our
Mother is urging us to never take her Son for granted in His Eucharistic

In the Eucharist, Jesus ardently loves us; He was born out of love for us;
He lived His entire life out of love for us; He died out of Love for us. In
the Eucharist, Jesus yearns to be with us, to be received by us and to be
loved by us. It is in the Eucharist that all our desires and wishes are
fulfilled. So, let us respond to our Holy Mother with generous hearts! Let
us worship the Eucharistic Jesus, pray before Him, and keep Him company in
the tabernacle for as long as possible each day. As we express our
appreciation for His real presence, we must not only love, but also, defend
Him in these days when He is, too often, forgotten in the tabernacles of
the world. Jesus will bless us with abundant gifts both in this life and in
the life to come.

(Fr. John B. Wang)