Thursday, March 28 of 2024

Sacred Week

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

My silence reveres this moment, because you must not lose any moment of it.

My silence will open the door of your consciousness so that, once again, the codes of redemption may enter your souls, the innermost depths of your spirits, for you to participate with Me in this sacred moment of celebration and Communion with My Body and My Blood, a moment at which, just as it was in the Last Supper, the hells will be paralyzed, souls will be rescued by the authority that the Father has granted to Me.

Today, I dedicate this important moment to all the mothers of the consecrated ones, who have given their children to Me, without knowing if this path of consecration would be fulfilled.

On behalf of all the mothers of the consecrated of this Order, at this moment I ask for the mothers of the consecrated who are present here at this place to come closer to the foot of this stage and light a candle that I will consecrate for you.

Friar Elías del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús:

You may draw near.

These are the mothers, among so many others, who have entrusted to the Sacred Lord what is most precious that they have, renouncing the life that the world offers to them, so that their sons and daughters may know the life of the spirit.

Behold the mothers who have given their lives for you, consecrated ones, so that all of you could be here today listening to the Lord. Because a good child will never be able to live without their mother, because the mother is God’s protection for all the children to walk safely toward the Sacred Heart of the Lord.

How much the hands and feet of your mothers have had to work to bring food to the table, for you to have something to eat so that you could grow strong, mainly nourished by their maternal love, so that someday, as it is today, on this holy day, you might be before the Lord.

This is why I ask all the sons and daughters of the Earth to remember their mothers with love, that you may forgive each other, reconcile and above all love each other, so that the Most Holy Mother of God may be glorified today in Heaven and Earth. Thus, as in Her deepest silence and anonymity, the Slave of the Lord was glorified at each step of the Calvary, for Her fidelity and obedience to God, upon surrendering, without anything in return, what She loved the most in Her life, Jesus.

Today, your mothers have surrendered what is most precious that they have. Did you know that?

In this way, know the truth that is hidden in the reality, to the eyes that would see appearances.

Therefore, I bless these candles and, with My Spirit, I come to ignite this flame, so that the mothers may continue to pray for their sons and daughters of the Earth and, especially, for those who have consecrated to Christ to attain the sanctity that may justify the grave errors of the world, of all of humanity, just as many saints and blessed ones have done throughout the times.

In what is imperfect, God makes Himself perfect. This is the essence of God’s Love.

This is why I have called the mothers of the consecrated ones so that, just like the Most Holy Mother and the holy women, they may closely accompany, also from the heart, this moment of Communion and priestly ordination, so that you may remember that all that you will give Me, especially your families and loved ones, I will take care of, so that souls may live My Will, just as the holy women gave their husbands and apostles for them to follow the path of Christ in the apostolate and priesthood, so that God might be glorified.

Just as God is glorified in the Heavens, God is glorified in each soul that is consecrated and ordinated, regardless of life’s imperfection and even sin, because God has the power to transform everything through His Love, in the same way that your mothers made their children grow up to attain the Dignity of God in all consecrated life, in all families. 

Let us celebrate this Holy Eucharist in the special company of the Sacred and Unfathomable Heart of Jesus, who once again is a victim of the sins of the world, so that all may attain liberation and reconciliation with the Law in this spiritual amnesty that I grant to you.

Thus, I absolve you, in the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

Friar Elías del Sagrado Corazón de Jesús:

Let us accompany the Lord in this celebration.

We will begin, then, with Our Lord, Jesus Christ, by reliving and remembering this important moment of the Last Supper, when, through the transubstantiated bread and wine, Our Lord surrenders to us for our redemption.

Our Lord, Jesus Christ, gathered with His apostles as a humble and faithful servant of God, washed the feet and hands of His companions for them to purify their intentions with the sacred intentions of God and live, as from that moment of the institution of the Eucharist, the priestly ordination and the apostolate of Christ on Earth, thereby being ambassadors of peace and of the Divine Word, of the announcement of the Good News.

Thus, Jesus, calling His companions to the holy table where the Paschal Lamb would be immolated, He took the bread in His Hands in thanksgiving, and in sacrifice He raised it to God, asking for the Eternal Father to transubstantiate the bread into His Glorious Body, through angelic intervention.

Then, Jesus broke the bread to share of Himself with all His own, and passed it to His companions, saying to them: “Take and eat of It all of you, because this is My Body, which will be surrendered for humanity, for the forgiveness of sins.”

We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.
We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.
We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.


We revere at this moment, just as the holy angels, the presence of the Body of Christ.

And on that holy night, before finalizing the supper and departing for the Garden of Gethsemane, where He would live His agony in the deepest silence, Christ expanded His offering for humanity and the whole world, through the transubstantiation of the wine into His Divine and Precious Blood.

So it was that He took the Holy Chalice in His Hands and raised it to God, asking for the Eternal Father to convert the wine into His Precious and Divine Blood, through angelic intervention.

Then, Jesus passed it to His companions, saying to them: “Take and drink from It all of you, because this is the Chalice of My Blood, the Blood of the new and eternal covenant between souls and God, the Blood of the Lamb, which will be shed for the remission of all faults. Do this in remembrance of Me until I return to the world.”

We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.
We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.
We praise You, Lord, and we bless You.


We revere the presence of the Precious Blood of Jesus, just as the angels revere this moment.

We stand up.

United to the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, Source of all inspiration, love and healing; united to the angels, archangels, blessed ones and saints who are in Heaven and on Earth; united to our guardian angels and all beings of goodwill, we will consummate this consecration so that the Christic codes become present and descend upon souls.

We will make this consecration through the Lord’s Prayer in Aramaic, by singing it.

May the Peace, Love and Mercy of Christ descend upon the Earth.

With the same faith of the centurion, we pray:

Lord, I am not worthy that you should enter under my roof, but only say the Word, and I shall be healed.


Christ told us: “I leave Peace with you, My Peace I give you.”

May Our Lord not see our sins, but rather our faith in His Presence. In fraternity and brotherhood, we give one another the greeting of peace: Peace of Christ.

And we announce the Spiritual Communion of all souls of the whole world with Christ.

The mothers of the consecrated ones and also the mothers of the Order will commune. You may draw near.

Celestial Father,
who leads us all,
accept our offering of surrender to You.
Lead us along the path of Love,
so that Your Will may be done.


We thank You, Lord, for all that You give us.

In this meeting, we honor You, Lord.

In the name of the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit. Amen.

And after this Holy Communion, we will now prepare ourselves for the priestly ordination and then for the Sacrament of today.