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St. Joseph in the Messages of Our Lady of America, Part 3 from Mother of All Peoples on Vimeo.

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The following are messages of St. Joseph as contained in the messages of Our Lady of America. Cardinal Raymond Burke (then Bishop Burke) wrote a letter to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops on May 31, 1997. He establishes that, in his canonical opinion, these apparitions are already approved in virtue of the repeated support of Archbishop Paul F. Leibold, spiritual of the visionary Sr. Mary Ephrem. These messages of St. Joseph comprise one of the most extraordinary and profound revelations regarding the truth that, after Our Lady, St. Joseph is the greatest saint of all time. – Ed.

Message of Early October, 1956

In early October, 1956, about a week after Our Lady’s first appearance, St, Joseph, though I did not see him at this time, spoke to me the following words:

“It is true, my daughter, that immediately after my conception I was, through the future merits of Jesus and because of my exceptional role of future Virgin-Father, cleansed from the stain of original sin.

I was from that moment confirmed in grace and never had the slightest stain on my soul. This is my unique privilege among men.

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We wish to provide our readers with the full body of messages which have been released for public distribution regarding the apparitions of Our Lady of America. These apparitions, so closely connected with the “Immaculate Conception, Patroness of the United States,” should be more deeply appreciated, not only by the faithful in the United States, but by all who seek a greater understanding of Our Lady’s call for purity and peace, in virtue of her own Immaculate Conception. The apparitions of Our Lady of America have the implicit ecclesiastical approval of Archbishop Paul F. Leibold, spiritual director of the visionary Sr. Mildred Mary Neuzil from 1940 to 1972. He authorized the first and second printing of these messages and had the medal of Our Lady of America struck. – Ed.

The following lines were penned by a religious Sister from her cloister cell. This Sister was professed as a religious in 1933. Exteriorly she was much like any other Sister in the Community, trying to be faithful to the Rule and the religious practices of the Community. She received her assignments to work in various houses, mostly in domestic work. From 1951 to 1954 she taught kindergarten classes in a parish school and enjoyed working with the little ones very much.

About 1938 she began to have what seemed like mystical experiences. They may be described as flights of the spirit, interior locutions, etc. Having these did not disturb nor overawe her in any way. In fact, by her own admission she thought they were a common thing to all religious.

In 1948 these experiences were brought to the attention of her confessor. He prudently advised her to be very cautious, lest it be a case of an overactive imagination. The experiences became more vivid and the messages more pressing. She considered seriously entering a cloister, perhaps to find her fulfillment of God’s Will there. But various events indicated otherwise. Finally, her own community established a cloistered group within the active, and in May 1958 she was permitted to enter this cloister.

These supernatural happenings, referred to above, included many things that concerned only her own personal spiritual life: special espousals with Christ, designation as the Little White Dove, etc. Again during all this time there were no external signs that she was different from any other member of the community.

After some years she began to write down briefly the happenings during these occasions of special communication with God. These were read by one or the other priest to whom she had gone for direction, and in general they never found in them anything contrary to faith and morals, nor anything to indicate mental debility. On the contrary, some points, especially the great emphasis on the Indwelling of the Blessed Trinity, showed a theological understanding beyond what this Sister had been able to obtain from her regular courses in Religion.

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On May 31, 2006, the Franciscan Friars of The Immaculate enthroned a statue of Our Lady of America at Our Lady of the Angels Monastery in the Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament at EWTN headquarters, Hanceville, Alabama. The following article is the homily given at the enthronement ceremony by Fr. Angelo Mary Geiger, F.I.
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In the image of Our Lady of America that we enshrine in this beautiful Shrine of the Most Blessed Sacrament today, we have an icon of what our Blessed Mother wants for Her children in America: devotion to Mary; conversion and sanctification; holy purity; and our readiness to fight for the soul of America. In the image of Our Lady of America, we see revealed Her Pure Heart set to shine on all Americans.

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A movement of great consequence has commenced for a definite response by the United States Catholic Bishops in answer to private revelations, which long ago received official Church recognition as having occurred in the United States. The revelations included apparitions of Our Lord, St. Joseph, St. Gabriel and St. Michael, as well as apparitions of The Blessed Virgin Mary as “Our Lady of America” to Sister Mary Ephrem (Mildred Neuzil), of the Precious Blood Sisters (1933-1979), who was later a Contemplative of the Indwelling Trinity (1979 until death).

Sister Mary Ephrem, who died on January 10, 2000 at the age of 83, said she was asked by The Blessed Virgin Mary to draw a picture, according to the vision, of Our Lady of America and have a statue constructed accordingly and placed after a solemn procession in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.

The Blessed Virgin Mary wishes to be honored in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception as Our Lady of America. Our Lady says that if this is done, the United States of America will turn back toward morality and the shrine will become a place of “wonders.”

While Auxiliary Bishop of Cincinnati, Monsignor Paul F. Leibold formally approved the design for the “Our Lady of America Medal” and personally paid for the striking of the first medals ordered. […]

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A movement of great consequence has commenced for a definite response by the United States Catholic Bishops in answer to private revelations, which long ago received official Church recognition as having occurred in the United States. The revelations included apparitions of Our Lord, St. Joseph, St. Gabriel and St. Michael, as well as apparitions of The Blessed Virgin Mary as “Our Lady of America” to Sister Mary Ephrem (Mildred Neuzil), of the Precious Blood Sisters (1933-1979), who was later a Contemplative of the Indwelling Trinity (1979 until death).

Sister Mary Ephrem, who died on January 10, 2000 at the age of 83, said she was asked by The Blessed Virgin Mary to draw a picture, according to the vision, of Our Lady of America and have a statue constructed accordingly and placed after a solemn procession in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, D.C.

The Blessed Virgin Mary wishes to be honored in the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception as Our Lady of America. Our Lady says that if this is done, the United States of America will turn back toward morality and the shrine will become a place of “wonders.” […]

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