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Text of the Eucharistic adoration of January 14, 2018

16th anniversary of the announcement of the Triumph of the Eucharist

Oh Lord, today we celebrate an important event for the history of the Church: the announcement of the victory gained by Bishop Claudio and Marisa. It was with firm willingness on the part of certain persons placed at the top of the Church, to put aside and confine to simple symbol and memory what constitutes the centrality of Your Church: Your living and real presence in the Eucharistic species. Moreover, it was their intention to cancel those commandments which, for obvious reasons, were particularly inconvenient for them. In a world full of disoriented, discouraged people chasing striking miracles and sensational manifestations, it was lost the beauty of recognizing in the Eucharist and in Holy Mass the greatness of what is in reality the greatest gift that God has left us: that is, the little piece of bread that by the work of the Holy Spirit becomes the true body and true blood of Christ. In every Mass, which is actualization of your sacrifice, we find You born for us, suffering and dying for us, and alive again for us and within us, allowing us to be nourished by You. What our beloved Bishop has taught us is to love the Mass, to live intensely Your Eucharistic sacrifice as if it were the last of our life because there is no prayer greater than the one which sees You descending among us to enable us to live in communion with You, nourishment of the soul. The greatness, beauty, love and power of the Eucharist allows us to approach God as nothing else can do, and our devotion and dedication to love the Eucharist is the best way in which we can show to love and honor You. This is why our beloved Bishop, supported by the love and suffering of our dear spiritual mother Marisa, has dedicated his whole life to honoring You, defending and making us know in every way the power and greatness of the Eucharist.

First moment

We recall the words of the Mother of the Eucharist of January 10, 2002 addressed to the Bishop and Marisa, during a private apparition:

"My dear little children, you have gained your victory. You, Excellency, have won by your strength and courage to fight those who do not live in a state of grace. You, little Marisa, you won for your immolation lived in silence and concealment".

Our Bishop has always explained how important it was to live in state of grace, a determining and indispensable factor in order to receive the Eucharist, in order to draw strength and be refreshed by the love that God bestowed through the sacrifice of the Son, second person of the Holy Trinity. Living in state of grace allows us to reach Heaven and to make communion in a state of grace means to allow Heaven to enter within us. The prayer that we recite to Jesus the Sweet Master is reminding it to us: "When I receive you in my heart, give me your peace, make me feel that you are with me, to face together the day I wish to live as your gift". This is why our Bishop wanted us to recite this prayer at the end of Mass, to be able to bear in mind the importance of the Eucharist and Jesus entering our hearts and thank him for the gift received. Through the Eucharist we receive Jesus' love and the possibility of growing in love. It was normal that a man united to God, as our Bishop was, would be concerned and suffered from the fact that the men of the Church that should be devoted to the Eucharist as the most precious asset, as the most valuable pearl of that casket of sacramental treasures that Jesus had left us with His sacrifice, they were treating it as a minor event, trying to reduce it, progressively, to a "mere memory". The Bishop ordained by God fought and suffered daily with Marisa, so that this would not happen. And it was Marisa who told us that she had seen a large gold writing that read as follows: "My beloved priest, my Bishop, ordained by Me, has gained his victory". These were the words of God!

Second moment

The letters of God that the Mother of the Eucharist brought us in January 2002 are full of references to the victory gained by the Bishop and Marisa. Our Lady defined the bishop as the rock of that victory. In particular, in a letter dated 17th January we read: "The Bishop is afraid to say that he is the rock of the Church. He is the rock because he fought for many years, because he was always alone in the fight to defend the truth and above all the Eucharist. Indeed his victory was gained for his courage and his strength". Once more we recognize God's style, becoming clear in choosing humble and strong, simple and courageous, balanced and prepared people, exactly as our Bishop was. God wanted to entrust such a burdensome task to a unique and exceptional man, but even if he was aware of the greatness of the mission to which he had been called to, never once did he feel more than a humble servant of God. Still in our memories are alive the commotion and embarrassment he felt when he was listening to Our Lady or God Himself thanking him for the dedication, love and courage he had put in carrying out that mission. The mission that God entrusted to his two favorite little children consisted, let us remind it, in destroying the diabolic-masonic plan which provided for the elimination of the Eucharist and the abolition of the Eucharistic cult, a plan that the men of the Church were progressively achieving, also through the attempt to eliminate the third and sixth commandment, as Our Lady had revealed to us.

Third moment

For decades the ecclesiastical Masons were carrying out this despicable project which, to start with, provided for the abolition of the first nine Fridays of the month and the first five Saturdays, followed by the decline, until definitive death, of catechesis and preaching centered on the Eucharist, as well as the disappearance of adoration, making the Eucharist move in lateral chapels from the central altars, then getting to the prohibition to celebrate the Holy Mass when few faithful were present. In the seminaries, the Eucharist was spoken of as a commemoration of Christ's death, then reaching the point to speak of the Eucharist as blessed bread only. The conclusion they wanted to reach was the elimination of the Eucharist. It is true that listening to these words today makes one shiver, but many of us remember, even today, when the Eucharist was put aside in so many churches, or when in the homilies they would dwell only on the word of God, completely putting aside the heart of that same word, the Eucharist. We well remember how, in many churches, the weekday Mass was replaced by the only reading of the Gospel, as if the two things were not complementary to each other, but completely detached, and we remember how many churches have been renovated or built with the tabernacle placed in places not visible or even hidden, forcing the faithful to make a real search to understand where it was placed. This is what our Marisa suffered for, that's what our Bishop was struggling for, with the example of an integral and devoted priestly life, conducted without ever compromising with anyone because his only interlocutor was Christ, his only purpose was Christ's triumph and that the men of the Church should remember that Christ continues and will continue forever to be the Head of the Church and that the center, the peak of the Church is not constituted by men, but by Christ and by Christ the Eucharist.