Our Lady, the Immaculate Tabernacle of the Indwelling God
From 1940 to 1984 Our Lord and Our Lady communicate to a chosen soul, Sr. Mary Ephrem of the Sisters of the Precious Blood in Rome City, Indiana, USA. Except on a few occasions, as when She showed Herself as Our Lady of the Divine Indwelling, Our Lady always came to Sr. Mary Ephrem in the manner in which She Appeared on September 26, 1956, namely, as Our Lady of America. In a letter written to the archbishop, (Archbishop of Cincinnati, Imprimatur: +Paul F. Leibold, V.G. Cincinnati, Jan. 25, 1963) Sister Mary Ephrem outlines Our Lady’s wishes – “It is to the Hierarchy, especially of the United States, that Our Lady is making Her Plea. They are Her favorite sons, placed in high offices in order that they might do the most good. She Herself has spoken thus to me…Our Lady has asked that a statue be made as She Appeared on Sept. 26th, 1956. After being solemnly carried in procession to the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC, She desires that there it be enshrined in a place of honor and venerated in a special way as ‘Our Lady of America, the Immaculate Virgin’. She desires also that a small statue or picture of the same likeness be honored in every home.” November 22-23, 1957, Our Lady Appears to Sr. Mary Ephrem as Our Lady, the Immaculate Tabernacle of the Indwelling God.
November 22-23, 1957, Our Lady Appears to Sister Mary Ephrem in Rome City, Indiana as Our Lady, the Immaculate Tabernacle of the Indwelling God – “Our Lady Appeared, standing on a globe, Her right foot resting on a crescent moon, the left on the snout of a small fire breathing dragon. She was Dressed all in White and Her hair could be seen through Her transparent Veil which was long enough to half envelope the globe. The Veil was held about Her head by a Wreath of White Roses, and a White Rose rested on each foot. On Her breast, the Triangle and the Eye, the symbol of the Divine Indwelling, could be visibly seen. A strong Beam of Light shown from the Divine Presence within Our Lady onto the globe at Her feet. Then halfway around the figure of Our Lady above Her head Appeared a Scroll on which were written in letters of Gold the Words: “All the Glory of the King’s Daughter is within.” Though it did not appear that Her lips moved, I heard these words quite plainly: ‘I am Our Lady of the Divine Indwelling, Handmaid of Him Who Dwells within.’ (http://www.mysticsofthechurch.com/2016/06/sr-mildred-mary-ephrem-neuzil-and-our.html)
(Note: about the “Triangle and the Eye” symbol – what was once a benevolent symbol of the Creator watching over the world has now been hijacked by a dark agenda and turned into a sinister symbol of control. The all-seeing eye was for thousands of years a symbol of the Light, Protection from evil, and a benevolent God watching over creation. (http://consciousreporter.com/conspiracy-against-consciousness/corruption-sacred-symbols-all-seeing-eye-part-2/)
Prayer to The Most Holy Indwelling Trinity
O my Love, my only Good, Most Holy Trinity, I adore You, hidden in the depths of my soul. To You, to Your honor and glory, I dedicate my life. May every thought, word and deed of mine be an act of adoration and praise directed towards Your Divine Majesty enthroned in my heart.
O Father, Infinite Goodness, behold Your child, clothed in the likeness of Your Son. Extend to me Your arms that I may belong to You forever.
O Son, Divine Lord, made man, crucify me with Yourself that I may become, in union with You, a sacrifice of praise for the glory of Your Father.
O Holy Spirit, Fire of Everlasting Love, consume me on the altar of Divine Charity, that at the end of life, nothing may remain but that which bears the likeness of Christ.
O Blessed Trinity, worthy of all adoration, I wish to remain in spirit on my knees, to acknowledge forever Your reign in me and over me, to Your everlasting glory.
Through the Immaculate Heart of Mary and the pure heart of St. Joseph, I consecrate my life to Your adoration and glory.
At the moment of death, receive me, O my Triune Love, that I may continue my adoration of love through all eternity. Amen.
Nihil Obstat:—Daniel Pilarczyk, S.T.D.
Imprimatur:—†Paul F. Leibold, V.G.
Cincinnati, Jan. 25, 1963
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