A NEW TITLE:
Although the Lady first appeared on March 25, 1945, it was only immediately after the proclamation of the dogma of Marys Assumption to heaven by Pope Pius XII on November 1, 1950, that Mary presented herself standing on the terrestrial globe, requesting that she be invoked under the name of Lady and Mother of All Peoples. As of November 16, 1950, the Lady would very often repeat that, henceforth, she wished to be known under this new title.
Here are a few messages, among so many others, in which she speaks of this title:
I am standing on the globe because I wish to be called the Lady of All Peoples (November 16, 1950).
The Father and the Son wish, in this present time, to send Mary, the Lady of All Peoples, in the capacity of Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate (May 31, 1951).
I am called Myriam, or Mary. Now I wish to be the Lady of All Peoples (September 20, 1951).
It was with the death of the Lord Jesus Christ that the Co-Redemption began. It was with the death of the Lord Jesus Christ, and only then, that the Lady became Mediatrix and Advocate. It was at the moment of His death that the Lord Jesus Christ made a gift to the peoples of the Lady of All Peoples. And see the time has come and she brings this title into the world (June 15, 1952).
As He was departing, the Lord Jesus Christ, in a single gesture, made the peoples a gift of Myriam, or Mary, she the Lady of All Peoples. And this was when He pronounced these words: Woman, behold thy Son; Son, behold thy Mother. A gesture, a single gesture. And in this single gesture Myriam, or Mary, received this new title (October 5, 1952).
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