Veronica- Now Our Lady is -oh, I see. She's taking the roses, and She's taking the petals, and She's throwing them. She's - oh She is just... they're, they're floating; they're floating right down onto the ground. Oh they're - oh, Our Lady flings too far. I can't get them. But they're floating down now onto the grounds. And She said:
THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN OASIS
Our Lady - "I now dispense upon these sacred grounds the power from the Father for conversion and cure. All in the plan of Heaven for the construction of an oasis in the dark times. My Shrine shall be called Our Lady of the Roses, Mary, Help of Mothers.
"Come to Me, all mothers who weep for their children. Come to Me and I will solace you. Understanding pours forth from My Mother's heart. Come, and I will place My mantle about you, and you will find great comfort with Me.
"Many mothers shall stand in great trial in the days ahead. Satan will enter upon many homes, and parents will be placed upon the cross.
"I will always be here waiting for you. There is no time in Heaven. Therefore, there is no calculation of time upon My sacred grounds. I am always here. During the vigils of the eves of feast days, We ask for special gatherings for the propagation of the message to go throughout the world. However, We ask all to come here without this special purpose, but to accept the graces that We will dispense henceforth in abundance.
Vigil of March 24, 1973
Our Lady- “ We request that all of the dedicated join now with the faithful in prayer on these sacred grounds. The beads of prayer you will tell for three hours on the eve of all feast days. It will be a source of great penance for mankind. This, My child, is the balance We have spoken of through you for many years. A center of atonement - Our Lady of the Roses,
Vigil of October 6, 1974
Our Lady- “You must make it known that this is a Vigil of prayer and meditation. Many prayers are needed to balance the scales which lean heavily to the left. This site [Vatican Pavilion] and the Sacred Grounds, My child, are Centers of Atonement.”
Vigil of November 1, 1975