Public Message of Our Lady of Emmitsburg

To the World

through Gianna Sullivan

August 7, 2005


The Feast of the Father of All Mankind


Little children, praised be Jesus!

Little ones, as your humble Mother and a servant of God, I bring you Peace

and the blessings from God the Father, God the Son & God the Holy Spirit.

May all praise, glory and thanksgiving be to your Most Glorious Creator.

It is with joy that I am able to be here with you. I wrap my mantle around

you in loving protection, and I take all of your prayers into my most

Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart.

Always strive to love, to serve, and to grow in harmony. Remember, all

people are necessary for the salvation of humanity because all people were

created by God. Because of free will, their choice remains; but those who

desire to follow my Son shall be victorious!

My little ones, continue to remain focused. Pray, and forgive your

persecutors. See, my arms are open as I plead on their behalf to God the

Father to intervene, not only for you but for those who strive to harm

you; for they do not know what they do.

How precious the soul that is pure and humble, compassionate and kind! At

the same time, you are warriors for Christ, warriors for Jesus, your

loving Savior. You must always defend the Truth and live the Truth by your

Love. For I have said that Love is your sword and silence your shield,

silence in the way that you shall not enter into calumny and slander.

Be holy, as God is Holy. I love you, little ones. I love you, and I am

here for you and all your beloved ones. This country is God's country,

blessed abundantly. Remember how blessed you are! Remain open and

selfless; and the Light that you have, others shall desire to have also.

Peace! Peace, little ones. Peace (fading whisper).



Reflection on the August 7, 2005 Message

Once again, our Heavenly Mother comes to us with reassurance and many fine

pearls of advice. She assures us of her loving protection. She reminds us

to strive to be pure, humble, open, kind compassionate and selfless while

growing in harmony. Always, we are to forgive and pray for our

persecutors, for they, too, were created and are loved by God. We must

claim Love as our sword and Silence as our shield so we may be Christ's

warriors who defend and live the Truth. We must strive to be holy so we

may bring Light to those in need.

(Fr. John B. Wang)