My dear children, do not let yourselves be taken over by anger, do not get agitated; I, your Mother, give you peace. It is right to defend my sons the priests, but do not get agitated, do not expose either them or poor sinners to trial.
Leave judgment to your Father who is in heaven, and let your speaking always be of consolation and forgiveness for all your brothers. Let mercy enter into your hearts and then all will become more acceptable.
No one is perfect, and for this reason, do not let yourselves be taken over by agitation and judgment. Do not judge, children, for as you judge, you will be judged.
Be amiable, seek to understand your brothers. Each of you is unique in the eyes of God; for this reason, do not put limits on anyone. Seek always to be understanding and charitable and your Father who is in heaven and who knows your hearts will put in you the spirit of love.
I advise you, limit your speaking. A river of words is not necessary to be able to understand what is said and to respond adequately. Sometimes a nod, a smile, is enough to put another at ease.
I have given you the example, each time, before the trials of life. Think about my situation, my annunciation, about that mystery that was changing my life. I trusted in God; I did not need so many explanations. I responded, leaving the rest to God.
Therefore, when you find yourselves in discussions, do not get agitated, but seek and listen, before all, what Jesus is asking of you in that moment. Trust in Him; place your doubts, your worries, your uncertainties in his hands and rest in silence.
Do not judge, but pray, because the Lord takes care of his children. All will seem less complicated and more resolvable.
I bless you. Pray for all the priests, the consecrated, and the laity.
Mary, your leader.