Messages Given By St Margaret Mary Alacoque

St Margaret Mary One Prayer
June 13, 2001

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque comes. She says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“You must understand that any Church official who condones that which the Holy Father has spoken against is in heresy. It is condoned when it is not opposed. I speak specifically of women in the priesthood and married priests.” 

“Ideologies such as this are heresy. If you are not with the Holy Father, you are against him.”

“Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on all heretics!”

October 16, 2002
Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

When I entered the chapel the United Hearts came out of the Host and floated towards me. It actually seemed to envelope me and take my breath away. Then I saw St. Margaret Mary Alacoque standing in front of the United Hearts.

She says: “Praise be to Jesus. My little sister, years ago on my feast day, Jesus revealed to you the many Chambers in His Heart of Hearts. Today, I have come to help you understand that as the soul progresses through the Chambers, spiritual growth in each one is ongoing; for the soul can only advance as his depth of Holy Love deepens. He cannot embrace holiness or perfection in virtue unless he begins to love more.

“As the First Chamber is conversion and Holy Love, it is also the introduction and key to all the other Chambers which are Divine Love.”

“Make it known.”

May 21, 2003

Over and over I have had the same vision in the last few days. A nun dressed in gray is wiping the Face of Our Suffering Lord. She takes the cloth used to wipe His Face and wrings it out, causing His Precious Blood to cover the globe of the world. I have discovered it to be St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. Today she came to explain the vision. She says:

“Praise be to Jesus. The profound meaning of this vision is as follows. The Lord Jesus is suffering today just as He did upon Calvary for the sins of all mankind. It is the sacrifice of the Holy Mass all over the world that withholds His Hand of Justice. By merit of His Precious Body and Blood offered upon the altars of the world, the scale of good and evil maintains a precarious balance. If more do not turn from evil and choose good – indeed, if more continue to wound His Most Sacred Heart – the Hand of Justice will begin to descend. It is then that all which is evil will be markedly more evil, and the righteous will be a remnant abiding in the Immaculate Heart of Mary.”

“Offer your Masses for the conversion of the world.”

July 24, 2003

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque comes and says: “Praise be to Jesus. I have come to help you realize the difference between praying and reading a prayer.”

“When you pray, each word resounds in your heart and fills your soul. When you read a prayer, your heart is detached from the meaning of the prayer. Sometimes this may even occur consciously due to what seems to be the press of time.”

“Do not allow Satan to trick you. One prayer said from the heart is worth a thousand times the many prayers some say amidst great distractions.”

October 12, 2006

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque comes and says: “Praise be to Jesus.” She is holding a picture, or a shield, with the United Hearts on it. She says: “Copy this prayer to the United Hearts. It can serve as a Consecration of children to the Two Hearts.”

“Dear United Hearts of Jesus and Mary, I love You very much. 

I want to give You this present moment and all the future moments 

of my life. I always want to please You. I give You my heart today 

and always, and pray You will unite it to Your United Hearts.” 

“Place in my heart, dear Jesus and Mary, the desire to help sinners 

turn to You. Amen.” 

“Propagate it among the young.”

October 16, 2006

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to thank you for being the messenger of the Sacred Heart–indeed, of the United Hearts. I know it to be a joy and a cross. This, indeed, is the way of the Divine Will–to accept everything as a grace, whether it is a cross [which is a grace in disguise] or a joy. Both are viewed as one by those in union with God, for His Hand is in both.” 

“Make the routine a joy by giving it as a beautiful gift to the Lord. In the same way, give even the slightest displeasure to the Lord joyfully. When it is most difficult to do so, run to our Heavenly Mother for help. Run to the Heart of our Savior, which is always ready to restore your peace. I, too, your little saint of the Most Sacred Heart, am your ally and intercessor in Heaven.”

October 16, 2007

Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, and the 8-year anniversary of Jesus’ Revelation of the Chambers of His Most Sacred Heart, and of the United Hearts of the Holy Trinity.

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “My little daughter of the Sacred and United Hearts – welcome! Praise be to Jesus.” [Maureen had returned to the Adoration Chapel in which Jesus initially began revealing to her the Chambers of His Most Sacred Heart.]

“I have come to help you understand with what ardor Jesus calls all souls to become part of the United Hearts of the Holy Trinity in union with the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Become part of these Sacred Hearts by being united in spirit and in love. This is a solidarity which Satan dreads and opposes vehemently. It is not a political solidarity, but rather a spiritual solidarity.”

“Understand that the Wound of Our Lord’s Heart was suffered for the assaults against truth. Then understand, as well, that all sin opposes truth. Therefore, Jesus has sent me to you today to announce to the world this call to solidarity with the United Hearts in an attempt to bring reparation to the wounded Heart of Jesus, and truth to the heart of the world.” 

“As love binds all virtue together, truth opposes all sin. Therefore, tell the people they must be united in this spirituality of love and truth.”

October 26, 2007

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“At last I have come to you, as Jesus allows, to speak to you about surrender. There are degrees of surrender just as there are degrees of holiness. Just as the depth of holiness is contingent upon the depth of Holy Love in the heart, the same is true of surrender. The most perfect surrender was in the Garden of Gethsemane when Jesus accepted His Father’s Will over His Own. It is this surrender that all are called to imitate.” 

“Everything that makes up surrender also comprises Holy Love. Therefore, in order to surrender to God’s Will most completely, the soul must live for God and others. The one who surrenders to everything, accepting all as from the Hand of God, is humble and spiritually childlike. He does not take offense easily. He is always willing to make allowances and to forgive readily. He lives in the truth of Holy Love and readily recognizes Satan’s lies. Therefore, he is not one to glorify his own opinions, but is open to listening to others.”

“Jesus will allow me to return soon with further details concerning surrender.”

October 27, 2007

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus. Jesus allows me to return.”

“Just as everyone’s present moment is individual, so too, everyone’s surrender is an individual effort. Surrender to God’s Divine Will is not, as some believe, a one-time event. No, indeed! Surrender to the Divine Will must be accomplished over and over throughout the day,sometimes in every present moment when the cross is most burdensome.” 

“Jesus’ surrender in Gethsemane was complete and perfect. Yet, He had to continually surrender to His Father’s Will throughout His Passion. This is because Satan tried to tempt Him to come down from the Cross. It is no different in the moment to moment surrender that each soul gives to Jesus. Satan tries to tempt the soul into rejecting the cross,the greater the cross, the greater the temptation.”

“Remember, Jesus had angels minister to Him after His surrender to His Father’s Will. Each soul has his guardian angel next to him helping him to surrender, and supporting him in the face of each temptation to abandon his surrender.”

“Jesus desires that you seek the shelter of your angel’s wings in living out these Messages of Holy and Divine Love, which is God’s Divine Will.”

June 11, 2008

l0:30 a.m.

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“There are many things Jesus has sent me to relay to you today. He desires that people know that many, many souls suffer in Purgatory for sins of omission. These sins have very much to do with the present moment. Every time the Holy Spirit inspires a soul to do some good, something in Holy Love, and the soul chooses not to do it,he commits a sin of omission. Suppose the soul does not work on his own personal holiness. Every moment that he chooses his own will over God’s Will is a further grievance against the Sacred Heart of Jesus.”

“Let this message not be fuel for scrupulosity; however, for to sin in omission, the soul must willingly and consciously choose to avoid good in thought, word or deed. The Lord understands that many present moments slip by without conscious decisions for or against Holy Love. Jesus asks me to tell you that He desires people become more aware of the present moment. Think of all the souls who come here, or in some way receive these Messages and never act on them. This is certainly a sin of omission.”

“Today, as well, Jesus has sent me to tell you that His Mother will arrive at the field of the United Hearts shortly after midnight between September 14th and 15th. Much will be accomplished. Continue to pray for your country, which is in a decisive battle between good and evil.” 

“That night, Our Heavenly Mother will deliver many who suffer their own purgatory on earth, as well as souls who did not choose Holy Love in their lifetime, a sin of omission. Make it known.”

11:00 a.m.
St. Margaret Mary returns. She has over her heart the United Hearts Image.

She says: “You are familiar with the Sacred Heart badges. Jesus desires such a badge be made of this image with the words surrounding it: ‘United Hearts of the Blessed Trinity and the Immaculate Heart of Mary, protect us.’ On the reverse side should be an image of your country.”

October 16, 2009

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“My sister, when Jesus comes to you in the Most Holy Eucharist, He desires that you know He comes as the Redeeming Savior, as His Most Sacred Heart and as the United Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Yes, every Chamber in His Heart of Hearts is present in the Most Holy Eucharist. The Immaculate Heart of Mary can never be separated from the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The Blood of the Mother flows through the Blood of Her Son.” 

“In the future scholars will acknowledge this Divine Truth. For now, truth is recognized according to the court of public opinion, and also denied for the same reasons.”

“Understand, dear sister, that all these human motives for suppressing truth will pass away, but the truth will remain as the truth.”

October 14, 2011

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says:”Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to help you to understand the significance of the virtue of Holy Love in your heart when you pray. The deeper the love in your heart, the more your heart resembles the Sacred Heart of Jesus. The greater the Holy Love in your heart, the more the prayer is illuminated, and illuminates the world it comes into; then, our Heavenly Mother can spread the light of such a prayer all over the world, illuminating hearts with the truth.” 

“You do not see the good fruits of the Holy Spirit – the Spirit of Truth – in the world today, for Holy Love is snuffed out in hearts and in the world. This determines the course of human events. God desires to illuminate the arrogant free will of man with the brilliant Light of Truth through your loving prayers.”

October 16, 2011

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“From the beginning of time, the Father held the Revelation of the Chambers of the United Hearts in the Bosom of His Divine Will, waiting to reveal it to this generation – at this site. The Chambers are a deliverance, a conversion and purification of heart so desperately needed in a world given over to self-love.” 

“No one can live in Holy Love outside of the Chambers of the United Hearts. Each Chamber is a progression in holy perfection. Every Chamber purifies the soul in the Eyes of God, taking the heart deeper into self-knowledge and convicting the soul of all that opposes Holy Love. The Flame of Holy Love that is Our Mother’s Heart, burns through each Chamber, for here is an all-consuming, purifying Heart of Love.”

“Those who seek personal holiness with a sincere heart may think it is just a journey between themselves and God, but in reality, all who seek personal holiness are plunged into the Chambers of the United Hearts – there to be purified in the Flame of Holy Love, for Our Heavenly Mother is a part of every ongoing conversion.”

October 16, 2013
Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“These days, to bring attention to the plight of the world, the Sacred Heart of Jesus is represented by the Mournful Heart. Never before in the history of mankind has evil been so prolific and yet so unrecognized. This is why Jesus draws attention to these two most profound paths of destruction – the compromise of Truth and the abuse of authority.” 

“The compromise of Truth is always made manifest by confusion. This is Satan’s hallmark. The abuse of authority closely resembles and follows on the heels of the compromise of Truth. Neither are customarily seen for what they are, but come clothed in righteousness.”

“Console the Mournful Heart of Jesus by always standing up for the Truth and by discerning the path that unquestioning obedience leads you upon. God will place the reality of genuine Truth in your heart.”

October 16, 2013
Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“I have come to explain to you the anatomy of unforgiveness, as this is such an obstacle between the human heart and the Sacred Heart of Jesus.”

“Unforgiveness is really a form of pride. The soul cannot let go of the woundedness by such and such a person; or if the unforgiveness takes the form of guilt, he cannot forgive himself for having done such and such a thing. In this pride is impatience and perfectionism. The soul is impatient with others’ imperfections or, in the case of guilt, his own.” 

“Humility is the victor over any form of unforgiveness. Humility accepts the error or sin of self or others and moves on. A prayer for the well-being of the one whom you cannot forgive is a good start.” 

“Every day pray to recognize the unforgiveness in your own heart, and pray that others forgive you.”

October 16, 2016
Feast of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque

St. Margaret Mary Alacoque says: “Praise be to Jesus.”

“Please! Oh please! Console the Most Sacred and Mournful Heart of Jesus. He is so saddened by the evil collusions, the abuse of authority and the compromise of Truth in the world today. Do not choose to put more power in the hands of evil. Vote to maintain your freedoms. Do not support the sin of abortion. It is slavery to sin – not a freedom.”