A piece of writing from MOTHER TRINIDAD DE LA SANTA MADRE IGLESIA, from the 9th of December, 1962. Title:
ADVENT OF MARY
Advent of Mary…! The Lady feels the Son of her virginal motherhood shake in her womb. It is the Word of Life himself to whom She is giving her flesh and blood, by means of which, that most perfect body of the Father’s Only-Begotten Son, Incarnate, is being formed.
The Virgin, by the power of the Holy Spirit, feels herself Mother and knows herself Virgin …!
Oh Advent of Mary…! The Child, become one by transformation with the Most High, feels Him in her innermost being… perceives Him deep in her bosom… and experience that the moment to give birth to the Incarnate Light is near.
All of Her, shaken by the eternal love of the Holy Spirit, lives inwards in an uninterrupted intimacy of love, of adoration.
There is a great identity between her Son and the Virgin. Jesus’ heart is flesh from Mary’s heart. And Jesus lives on his Mother’s living, breathes through her breathing, receiving his human life from the life that He gave Her when He created Her for himself.
The Lady withdrawn inwards, waits… All of Her is a cry of “Come, Jesus!” Come from my bosom to my arms; come! for all of me exercising my priesthood, needs to hold You in my hands to offer You to the Father, living my Per Ipsum, et cum Ipso, et in Ipso for his glory.
The Lady lives in intimacy with the Father’s Word and her Word. Her loves are hidden by a great mystery. She feels happy with her God and her Son in her bosom, in savoury silence of incomprehensible happiness; She lives for Him and He lives for Her. Can there be a greater happiness for the Virgin’s soul, who is Mother, and for the Mother’s soul that, for being Virgin, knows herself fecundated by Life itself?
Oh Mary’s fruitfulness…! Incomprehensible mystery of motherhood that of the Lady, a mystery that is lost in the silence, and that She well knows for herself, savours for herself and lives for herself.
Mary’s Advent…! The Lady knows that the birth of Jesus is getting near. And, although her inward life makes Her live in a great intimacy of love and communication with the Incarnate Word, She experiences a great need for giving birth to Him so that “the Light may shine in the darkness.”