''I wish that for every month, on the 13th, the people to whom I have revealed to will speak to all My children, to invite the world, and invite every person in the world today to lessen their own desires, putting their own interests above all else...
Consecrating My Life with
The Six Kowtows
With a repentant and contrite heart, I prostrate before the Trinity, Blessed Mother, and the entire heavenly court. United with the most precious Blood of Jesus, who was tortured and ill-treated in the Passion, offering His life as a sacrifice of redemption on Calvary. I consecrate my life to the Trinity, the holy Body and Blood of Christ, the five most holy Wounds of Jesus, and the Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary.
With my life, I offer to the Holy Trinity all the Masses, the times I receive the Body and Blood of Christ, the good deeds I do, the sacrifices I bear, and the hardships of my entire life, to thank and honor the Most Holy Trinity – in communion with Holy Mother Church and the Holy Father to pray for good shepherds, for victims of natural disasters and the crimes committed by mankind, and for the souls in purgatory.
O Sacred Heart of Jesus and Immaculate Heart of Mother Mary, please accept the sacrifices and my consecration. Please preserve me so that I am faithful to God and Mother until the final hour. Amen.
Prayer Offering to
the Most Precious Blood
of Our Lord Jesus Christ
O Jesus, before Your greatness and my wretchedness, I prostrate at Your feet and thank You for all the blessings You grant me, an ungrateful person. Thank you, Father, for delivering me from the power of evil by Your most precious Blood.
O beloved Father, through the intercession of Mother Mary, my guardian angel, my patron saint, and the entire heavenly court, I consecrate my soul and body to the most precious Blood that You use to redeem mankind from sin and death. I promise, with Your help, to honor the most precious Blood, for Your Blood to be honored and loved by everyone. In this way, I will compensate for my unfaithfulness to your Blood and pay for the offense of humanity to the Blood of Redemption.
O most holy Father, I beg You to forgive our indifference, coldness, and sin. O most holy Blood, I offer to Father love, gratitude, and respect. Father, please forgive my unfaithfulness and indifference. Father, please forgive all who offend You.
O Redeemer of the world, please sprinkle over me and mankind Your most precious Blood, so that from now on we will love You with all our hearts and honor Your Holy Name forever. Amen.
PRAYER TO THE SHOULDER WOUND OF JESUS
O Loving Jesus, meek Lamb of God, I a miserable sinner, salute and worship the most Sacred Wound of Thy Shoulder on which Thou didst bear Thy heavy Cross, which so tore Thy Flesh and laid bare Thy Bones as to inflict on Thee an anguish greater than any other Wound of Thy Most Blessed Body. I adore Thee, O Jesus most sorrowful; I praise and glorify Thee and give Thee thanks for this most sacred and painful Wound, beseeching Thee by that exceeding pain and by the crushing burden of Thy heavy Cross to be merciful to me, a sinner, to forgive me all my mortal and venial sins, and to lead me on towards Heaven along the Way of Thy Cross. Amen.
Pope Eugenius III, at the earnest request of St. Bernard, has granted three thousand years Indulgence to all who with a contrite heart, recite the Lord's Prayer and Hail Mary 3 times, in honor of the Wound on the Shoulder of Our Blessed Redeemer.
It is related in the annals of Clairvaux that St. Bernard asked Our Lord which was His greatest unrecorded suffering and Our Lord answered: "I had on My Shoulder, while I bore My Cross on the Way of Sorrows, a grievous Wound, which was more painful than the others and which is not recorded by men. Honor this Wound with thy devotion and I will grant thee whatsoever thou dost ask through Its virtue and merit. And in regard to all those who shall venerate this Wound, I will remit to them all their venial sins and will no longer remember their mortal sins."
This revelation and promise of Our Dear Savior is another proof of His unlimited mercy. You are urged to say these prayers daily and to promulgate this prayer on a continuous basis, so that others may share in this blessing.
The True Body and Blood of Christ
At the Last Supper, Jesus instituted the Redeeming sacrifice. He took the bread, gave thanks, broke it, and gave it to the disciples and said: “Take, eat; this is my body” (Mt 26:26). Then He took the cup of wine and said: “This cup which is poured out for you is the new covenant in my blood” (Lk 20:20). This is the sacrifice of the New Covenant, instituted by Jesus. Jesus entrusted the memorial of this event to His disciples, as well as to His beloved bride, the Church: “Do this in remembrance of Me” (Lk 22:19).
Jesus’ death was a burnt offering to God the Father. In this offering, He is both priest and offering. Jesus shed blood on the Cross – through this He established a new covenant. He volunteered to be the “paschal lamb” to be sacrificed. Jesus instituted the Eucharist so that the offering to be sacrificed was Himself, to become the nourishment of our souls.
Jesus is in the midst of humanity in the Eucharist. To become the source of life in the Eucharist, Jesus suffered death and the Cross. Therefore, the Eucharist and the Cross are two mysteries of the self-sacrificing love of Christ. Without the Cross, the Eucharist has no meaning. Without the Eucharist, the Cross is only a failure.
The Body and Blood of Christ are the vitality of the Church, the spiritual food of life, and the guarantee of eternal happiness for Catholics. The Body and Blood of Christ are the union between God and mankind, and between people. The Body and Blood of Christ are the culmination of the mystery of God's love. In the Body and Blood of Christ in the most sublime sacrament, He not only grants graces but gives Himself as grace. He who is the Lord of all creation offers Himself to serve mankind.
Holy Mass is the culmination of the Christian liturgy, in which Catholics unite to worship God, to commemorate Jesus’ passion and resurrection, and to renew the covenant that the Son of God made with humanity on the Cross.
Throughout history, the Church celebrated Mass with the purpose of communicating the redemptive offering of Calvary, manifesting the Lord’s Last Supper and offering of the Cross.
Attending Mass is attending the Lord’s supper. We receive the Body and Blood of the Lord present under the forms of bread and wine. The Body and Blood of Christ are the food and drink for us to share in the life of God and to be in communion with the community in the mysterious Body of Christ.