Five New Messages from Mary, Mother and Queen of the Church



Bishop Leo O'Reilly, Bishop of the Diocese of Kilmore, Ireland, has granted the Apostolate of the Returning King the status of private association of the faithful with juridical personality, and he has granted an Imprimatur to Anne's published writings.


Five New Messages from Mary, Mother and Queen of the Church


1 of 5 March 25, 2021 Mary, Mother and Queen of the Church


From the beginning, I remained in the Father’s heart, in his light. I possessed his ongoing love because he possessed me fully. You might say I belonged fully to him. I, through the Creator’s extraordinary plan, did not endure a fallen nature. Anne, I possessed no rebellion. I remained in the resonance of the Father’s love. All I needed to know was the divine plan. I did not decide what to do in my life. I discerned the Father’s greatest resonance in each moment and moved into that resonance, much like a small child will always move toward their mother or father.

My Creator, my Father… there are no words to describe my love for him and my fearlessness in carrying out his holy and marvelous plans. You admire me because I remained faithful to the early Church, brought about by my son’s total gift. Anne, I was born into the heart of my Father, my all, much as you remain fixed in the heart of my son. Are you part of the plan for Christ’s Church on Earth? I was never apart from the love or plan of God, our Father, our Creator, our most wise and benevolent master. God is the master of love and the one true master of the human heart, which he created in his image.


Anne, my relationship with Jesus was that of a mother to her son. But I also recognized in him both the authority of my Father, and the commitment to me that I knew belonged to God. I departed from the place of my son’s crucifixion a devastated human mother, yes, but also an undeterred disciple and a created, beloved being of the Father, simply seeking out the next greatest hope of my beloved Creator.


2 of 5 March 26, 2021 Mary, Mother and Queen of the Church


Your desire to know me, your mother, is a good desire. I will honor it because the better you know me, the better you can come to understand yourself and where you come from. You are my child. As my child, you possess the influence of my spirit, even if I am not with you physically. This influence prompts sensitivity to the condition of the people around you, whom you view with compassion. The greater the influence of your mother, the greater your compassion. When human beings view each other with compassion, they are more likely to contemplate in kindness and offer that which will serve people who are suffering and in need. We need this disposition, little daughter.

When I confronted the desire of my Creator to allow a fresh spirit to influence humanity in the early development of the Church, I set about the task at once. I watched without cease for seeds of arrogance that could grow into distorted expressions of my son. They were there, the seeds of distortion. How did I recognize them? Because I possessed no rebellion, I saw with God’s heart. If I looked into the future of a pattern of thinking and saw that it would lead man to believe human thinking was more important than God’s plan, I spoke at once. Because I possessed no rebellion, those around me understood that my counsel came from God and that it represented the desires of my son, whom they finally recognized as divine. I felt no burden in this, although I experienced disappointment at the rebelliousness of others at times.