A piece of writing from MOTHER TRINIDAD DE LA SANTA MADRE IGLESIA,
from the 13th of September, 1963. Title:
SON OF GOD
My Church, how rich You are…! You are bedecked with the same wisdom of God my Father. You are a flowery garden, my Church, a sealed garden, scented and fragranced with the precious ointment poured out on You by the Divinity the day of Your wedding.
Whoever wants to know of divinity, whoever wants to be immersed in the secret of Christ’s soul, whoever wants to savour my Immaculate Mother, let them come to the bosom of my Mother Church… Whoever desires and wants to live, let them come, let them come! for in the bosom of the Mother Church –a precious vessel replete with divinity– is contained the whole secret hidden before all ages, to be revealed to Principalities and Powers, according to God’s manifold wisdom.
We, the least in the Church, have been entrusted with this mission, to unveil the mystery of Christ, that, in the bosom of the Trinity, had been hidden ever since the beginning of time; a secret that the Church has in Her bosom, which, as the dispenser of the divine treasures, communicates to Her children.
How marvellous is the mystery of the Trinity…! How infinite the life of my Three…! How eternal the life of my Divine Family…! How rich His perfection…! How exuberant Their attributes…!
All this divine mystery of perfect infinity is the richness of my Mother Church. And so is Christ, with His whole perfection, tragedy, life and mission, which is essentially none other than to communicate to us the divine life with the heart of a Man-God.
Mary, with Her overwhelming virginity, with Her infinite motherhood, with Her mighty majesty, with Her maternal simplicity, is likewise the richness of my holy Church, the same as Christ and the same as the Trinity. What richness is contained inside this precious vessel replete with divinity, such is this Church of mine…!
Within the bosom of this holy Mother a mystery has been performed, as it were, between the Trinity and its speech directed to us, that is Christ and Mary, in the image of the very Trinity.