Public Message from Our Lady of Emmitsburg

To the World

through Gianna Sullivan

January 8, 2006

The Feast of the Epiphany of Our Lord Jesus


Little children, praised be Jesus!

Little ones, God the Father graces you to live life fully, in peace

and in joy, with all the virtues of meekness, patience, kindness,

charity, hope and love. A great day today! A day of rejoicing, a

day where humanity is once again invited to sing songs of praise to

God the Father!

You know, my children, when there is someone very important, such as

a ruler, who comes into the world with tremendous hope and to give

freedom to all, this often brings forth the vice of pride from other

people; because there are people who do not want anyone else to

rule. So was the case with my Son.

As you know, the jealousy of Herod infected his soul. He did not

want anyone to take his place. My Son was a threat to him, and

anyone who came close to him was murdered. So too is the case

today, when there is this most beautiful blessing in your midst, the

blessing that God has allowed me to be here with you. To many

people it is a threat. That is so often the case in humanity due to

the vice of pride.

Little ones, never be jealous. Always wish well for others. Seek

Jesus in everyone. Be happy. Be at peace. My Son is the Light in

the darkness. He gave me that Light the day we were blessed with

His Birth. He is the Illumination of a new tomorrow. Peace can

come only through Him.

So do not be threatened by the Divine. Invite God into your midst,

and in each person you will see you, because Jesus is within

you. So too Jesus is within each person you see. Thus, you will

all be One in a mystical marriage, a union.

I love you; and I bless you in the splendor, the wondrous works and

the glory of God the Father, Son & Holy Spirit. Peace.


Reflection by Fr. John B. Wang

In this important message, our Heavenly Mother is warning us of the

harm inherent in pride and jealousy for they can generate much

injustice and anger which, in turn, bring about suffering and even

death to many innocent people. Such was the case with King Herod in

the Life of Jesus; such has been the case, again and again,

throughout human history. It seems, with similar scenario in mind,

our Mother sadly looks upon even the events in Emmitsburg!

So Brothers and Sisters, let us heed our Mother's admonitions: be

humble; be kind; be loving; be gentle; be at peace; be united in

harmony. See Jesus in everyone and, above all, invite God into your

lives and welcome His intervention

Divine Actions pose no threat to anyone.