August 22, 1944
Jesus orders me: "Take a completely new notebook. Write down on the first page what I dictated on August the 16th. She will be spoken of in this book."
I obey and I write.
August 16, 1944
"Today write only this. Purity has such a value, that the womb of a creature can contain the Uncontainable One, because She possessed the greatest purity that a creature of God could have.
The Most Holy Trinity descended with Its perfections, inhabited with Its Three Persons,enclosed Its infinityin a small space. But It did not debase Itself by doing so, because the love of the Virgin and the will of God widenedthis space until they renderedit a Heaven. And the Most Holy Trinity made Itself known by Its characteristics:
The Father, being once again the Creator of the creature, as on the sixth day of Creation, had a real, worthy daughter fashioned to His perfect image. The mark of God was impressed so completely and exactly on Mary, that only in the First-born was it greater. Mary can be called the Second-born of the Fatherbecause, owing to the perfection granted to Her and preserved by Her, and to Her dignity of Spouse and Mother of God and Queen of Heaven, She comes second after the Son of the Father and second in His eternal thought, which ab aeterno [Latin: from eternity] took delight in Her.
The Son, being also “Her Son”, did teach Her, by the mystery of Grace, His truthand wisdom, when He was but an Embryo, growing in Her womb.
The Holy Spirit appeared amongst men, for an anticipated prolonged Pentecost: Love for “Her Whom He loved”, Consolation to men because of the Fruit of Her Womb, Sanctification on account of the Maternity of the Holy One.
God, to reveal Himself to men in the new and complete form, which starts the Redemption era, did not select for His throne a star in the sky, nor the palace of a powerful man. Neither did He want the wings of angels as the base of His feet. He wanted a spotless womb.
Also Eve had been created spotless. But she wanted to become corrupt of her own free will. Mary, Who lived in a corrupt world – Eve was in a pure world – did not wish to violate Her purity, not even with one thought remotely connected with sin. She knew that sin exists. She saw its various and horrible forms and implications. She saw them all, including the most hideous one: deicide. But She knew them solelyto expiate them and to be, forever, the Woman who has mercy on sinners and prays for their redemption.
This thought will be the introduction to other holy things that I will give for your benefit and the welfare of many people."