Lord Jesus Christ,
Son of the Father,
send now Your Spirit over the earth,
Let the Holy Spirit live
in the hearts of all nations,
that they may be preserved
from degeneration, disaster and war.
May the Lady of All nations,
who once was Mary,
be our Advocate.
From 1945 to 1959 a woman in
Amsterdam, Ida Peerderman, received messages in which Mary states that she
wants to be addressed " in these our times" as "The Lady Of All Nations."
On May 31, 1996, public veneration of the Mother of God under this title was
officially authorized by the two bishops of Haarlem (NL). Our Lady also
requested the official recognition of her vocation as "Coredemptix,
Mediatrix and Advocate," promising that " The Lady of All Nations will then
grant peace, true peace, to the world."
Mary appeared standing before her Son's Cross, to which she is so
inseparably and painfully united and she gave the above prayer to the
visionary. From Mary's open hands the three rays of "grace, redemption and
peace" stream down upon all nations. These gifts emerge from the Cross of
Christ, and she promises to grant them to everyone who says this prayer
daily before a crucifix or this image.
the meaning of "who once was Mary." is explained by the Lady of All nations
herself: "...many people have known Mary as Mary. Now however, in this new
era, which is about to begin, I wish to be the Lady of All Nations. Everyone
understands this." July 2, 1951