The following is the Prayer to the Holy Spirit given to us on February 11, 1951:
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. Amen.
The Lady of All Nations’ most fervent desire is to save souls, bring the peace of the Holy Spirit to the nations, and make Our Lord’s Cross the center of this world. Thus, “Her mission is to gather all nations into One Community” (cf May 31, 1955). On May 31, 1952, She said: “The Church is the Community of Nations…The Church is and remains!” This is underscored in a vision of September 21, 1951 in which a crown is placed on the head of the Vicar of Christ, the Pope, who is the spiritual leader of the Church. The Pope, the visible head of the One and Only Church, the Catholic Church, represents Christ the King, Lord of All Nations, Who has dominion over all nations. Therefore, it is clearly understood that peace will not come to this world through the creations of man such as the United Nations or through the domination of any race or super power or through any union of nations such as the European Union or through any false body such as the Council of Churches or the so called Interfaith Councils nor through any other false ecumenical movement such as that movement towards a one world religion by the United Nations but rather peace will be given to the world from Christ and His Cross through Whom the Church was born. This fact, though, should not deter Catholics from spreading the Prayer to non-Catholics for as The Lady of All Nations stated, we must “see that the Prayer is made known throughout the world, among the nations. They all have a right to it” (cf April 29, 1951)!
As Pope John Paul II asked us to say the Rosary on October 16, 2002, so too did The Lady of All Nations remind us to “persevere” in saying it. The Rosary is considered the spiritual weapon of defense providing graces of protection for our souls, our family, our nation and for all those for whom we pray, especially today our soldiers. Referring to the soldiers of this present war in a prophecy of December 26, 1947, The Lady of All Nations said: “Give our young men the spiritual help they need!” Certainly today, it would not only be foolish not to say the rosary but unloving. We cannot win this war or have peace without God, the Most Blessed Trinity. As St. Joan of Arc said: “ACT AND GOD WILL ACT” (cf “Strange War” web page)!
On the website they’re asking readers to consider sending small care packets containing the Miraculous Medal, Rosary beads and the Prayer of The Lady of All Nations to our soldiers. Our hearts go out to all those families who have loved ones at the battlefront. We salute our most loving and brave soldiers; we thank you for the sacrifice you are making. We are united with you in our hearts and in our prayers. Godspeed! May The Lady of All Nations be your Advocate. Amen.
You can find more about The Lady of All Nations on this website.