Reproduced from the official home page of the Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici Movement, Spearheaded by Dr. Mark Miravalle, STD, Professor of Theology and Mariology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville. Used with permission.
We encourage you to prayerfully consider downloading and mailing the following petition to His Holiness, Pope Francis I, for the solemn papal definition of the Virgin Mary as the Spiritual Mother of All Peoples, Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces and Advocate. You may also compose a petition in your own words, and mail it to the address listed below. Please be sure to include your name and address at the end of the petition.
The Prophetic, Church-Approved Messages of “The Lady of All Nations” Given in Amsterdam
On March 25, 1945, the Feast of the Annunciation, Our Lady began appearing to a woman by the name of Ide Peerdman in Amsterdam. Thus began a series of private revelations that would collectively be referred to as the apparitions of “The Lady of All Nations.” In the accompanying messages, Our Lady prophetically revealed many events that would come to pass in the latter half of the twentieth century and beyond, such as the convocation of the Second Vatican Ecumenical Council. The most significant of these prophesies, however, concerns a fifth and final Marian dogma yet to be proclaimed that will be of tremendous significance for the Church and the world in terms of obtaining a true, authentic peace in the world through a super-abundant outpouring of the Holy Spirit upon all of humanity. The messages, which have indeed been authenticated and fully approved by the Church, can be read simply by clicking here.
Our Lady, throughout the course of these messages, urges us to pray and petition the Holy Father for the proclamation of this fifth and final Marian dogma: Mary as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate. It is the conviction of Dr. Mark Miravalle, Professor of Theology and Mariology at the Franciscan University of Steubenville, that we heed the admonition of the Lady of All Nations due to the facts that (1) this particular series of private revelations has received full Church approbation or approval; (2) the solemn proclamation of this fifth, final and “crowning” Marian dogma concerning Mary’s roles as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate will constitute humanity’s collective “fiat” to Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood, thereby “freeing” Mary to fully exercise her role as Mediatrix of all grace with regard to the Church, so wounded and under violent and insidious attack from both within and without, and so desperately in need of Mary’s Maternal mediation. The Church’s official recognition of Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood in the form of a public, dogmatic pronunciation will enable Mary to fully carry out her role as Mediatrix of all graces in the life of the Church, and obtain for it a super-abundant outpouring of Mary’s divine Spouse, the Most Holy Spirit of God, who has freely chosen to act solely with, through and in Mary. The official doctrinal teaching of the Church regarding Mary’s role as Mediatrix is that each and every grace that comes to us from God simultaneously comes through the willed intercession of Mary due to the theological reality that each Person of the Holy Trinity has freely chosen to be dependent upon Mary’s cooperation. God the Father chose to depend on Mary’s “fiat,” or “yes,” when He requested, through the Archangel Gabriel, that Mary freely give her assent to becoming the virginal Mother of Christ; God the Son freely chose to become dependent upon Mary’s maternal care, nourishment and protection as His true Mother; finally, God the Holy Spirit chooses to be dependent upon Mary in the distribution of the grace of God to the human family.
Thus, this “dogma” is in no way a “new” teaching of the Church, but instead represents two-thousand years of sound Christocentric and Marian teaching on the part of the ordinary Magisterium. We encourage you, then, to play your essential part in the history of this pivotal Marian dogma by praying and petitioning for the official dogmatic pronouncement of Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood of humanity according to her three-fold function as Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate.
Letter of Petition to the Holy Father
To His Holiness, Pope Francis I
00120 Vatican City State
In a spirit of filial love and obedience, we, as members of the People of God, wish to humbly bring before you our petition and prayer for the solemn papal definition of the revealed role of Mary most holy as the Spiritual Mother of all peoples under its three principal aspects as Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate.
We firmly believe, Holy Father, that the solemn papal declaration of the Blessed Virgin Mary as the Spiritual Mother of all humanity in her roles which God has given her as Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate will bring great graces to the Church and the world by an explicit solemn recognition of her maternal role on the part of the Church, and thus allowing her to exercise fully the motherly gift which Jesus Christ gave to humanity from the cross: “Woman, behold, your son!… Behold, your mother!” (Jn. 19:26-27). We believe that this dogmatic proclamation will also further the authentic ecumenical mission of the Church by proclaiming the revealed truth about Mary, who collaborated in an altogether unique way in the work of our redemption in a manner that was completely subordinate to and dependent upon Jesus Christ, the one divine Redeemer of the human race.
In view of the many serious crises presently facing the entire human family, including war, terrorism, moral decline, and natural disaster, we humbly request that you solemnly declare the dogma of Mary as the Spiritual Mother all peoples, specifying that she is the Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate, and thus to provide for the full actuality of her motherly roles of intercession for humanity, which we believe will effect a profound historic and continuing grace for the Church and for the world.