Image: The Assumption of Mary by Tim Langenderfer
A recent “absolutely certain & infallible revelation” (Trent, Session 6, Canon 16) from the Blessed Virgin Mary, by the power of God and His grace.
From the Blessed Virgin Mary (her senses):
A light dawns, covering her body.
The scent of sanctity fills the room.
Angels appear with gem-encrusted thuribles.
Peace sheds the press of original sin from society as Saints of Old appear.
St. Peter the Apostle enters the room, then her Son.
The Blessed Virgin sends these visions and revelations at her good will in Union with God through His Son. These revelations are of the same type the Blessed receive in Heaven (intellectual visions) which are infallible and absolutely certain.
It takes faith to believe these revelations are infallible. By the assistance of God and through His Divine Son He makes this possible. Indeed all miracles are through the intercession of His Son (Rom 5:17) and infinitely powerful (Luke 1:37; John 14:12).
I bilocate my body filled with light.
I wear white robes. My eyes radiate light.
My tears of joy flow as I realize the gift given me, so sudden was it.
An image of light of the back of the miraculous medal crowns my head.
Mary: “Does the M stand for me?”
David (Me): “Yes, Mother.”
Mary: “I will do that!”
Mary receives a revelation of God of her future prophecies.
St. Catherine Laboure makes it into History Books.
The gift of bilocation is a great one, but all miracles are great. They are the infinite grace of God, His Sovreign well make manifest in Creation.
By his excessive power He makes Nature operate according to a higher law – Eternal Law (CCC, 1952) – the eternal goodness of God is made manifest through supernatural signs and wonders.
In short, no miracle is less power than another. It is simply the influence that is different according to His Divine and infinitely Good Will.
Was this a great miracle? Yes. Was it greater than other miracles? No. Since all miracles are infinitely powerful, one miracle is no less powerful than others. When people speak of great miracles, they are speaking of expansive manifestation – there is no difference in magnitude and power between signs and wonders (miracles).
The Blessed Mother is manifest, reminding and emphasizing my own Assumption, many years from now (Trent, Session 6, Canon 16). The Blessed Virgin, Enoch, Moses, Elijah and others have been bodily assumed both before (Assumption of Mary; 2 Kings 2:11; Jude 9). Indeed numberless Saints have been assumed after death (see Matt 27:52).
Sacred Heart of Jesus pray for us now and at the hour of our passing. Amen.
Immaculate Heart of Mary, prayer for us now and at the hour of our passing. Amen
All you Saints and Angels, pray for us. Amen.