Most Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI,
I greet you in the Name of our loving Saviour, Jesus Christ, and His glorious Mother, Mary, Ever-Virgin. I, like you, am a servant of God. I wish to congratulate you on your recent writings on the Love of God. It was very timely, as the world has gone cold because love is missing and the world continues to go towards the precipice of a world revolution and ultimately, war.
It is time, Your Holiness, for you to proclaim a new dogma, that of the Mother of God, Mediatrix and Co-Redemptrix. Also, Your Holiness, please consider raising the Feast of the Incarnation and of making it a holy day of obligation, because, in all truth, it is the greatest of all feasts, as the Dogma of Mediatrix, Co-Redemptrix started on that day. Please, Holy Father, consider this with prayers. Wishing God’s most choice blessings upon you,
Your servant, but God’s first,
also known as ‘Little Pebble’
The Incarnation – a Dogmatic Truth
The Incarnation is a dogmatic truth and the greatest event in human and divine history. It is a feast which needs to be celebrated at the highest level – it should be a Holy Day of obligation. It is equal to the birth, death and resurrection of Christ. There was no greater miracle than for God to take on flesh, His own creation, His thought being projected into the realm of material and spirit, and God was infused into the Virgin Mary without a physical act of natural intercourse or with male sperm to fertilise the egg of the Virgin Mary, because Jesus was not created, like all other men since the time of Adam and Eve, but Jesus was incarnated within the Holy Virgin Mary. What a mystery!
The Incarnation is as powerful a mystery as the Transubstantiation of Christ’s Flesh coming into the bread and wine, also created by God, yet becoming man with the material world of man, by the fiat of the priest. Just like the high priestess, the Virgin Mary, who by Her fiat brought to earth the Son of God. So, you can see the connection between the Sacrifice of the Mass and the Incarnation and the Death and Resurrection of Jesus.
So, here are the very words of the Most Holy Virgin Mary, given at the Incarnation (St Luke 1:26-38):
“And in the sixth month, the angel Gabriel was sent from God into a city of Galilee, called Nazareth, to a virgin espoused to a man whose name was Joseph, of the house of David: and the virgin’s name was Mary”.
“And the angel being come in said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women”.
“Who having heard, was troubled at his saying and thought with herself what manner of salutation this should be”.
“And the angel said to her: Fear not, Mary, for thou hast found grace with God. Behold, thou shalt conceive in thy womb and shalt bring forth a son: and thou shalt call his name Jesus. He shall be great and shall be called the Son of the Most High. And the Lord God shall give unto him the throne of David his father: and he shall reign in the house of Jacob for ever. And of his kingdom there shall be no end”.
“And Mary said to the angel: How shall this be done, because I know not man?”
“And the angel answering, said to her: The Holy Ghost shall come upon thee and the power of the Most High shall overshadow thee. And therefore also the Holy which shall be born of thee shall be called the Son of God. And behold thy cousin Elizabeth, she also hath conceived a son in her old age: and this is the sixth month with her that is called barren. Because no word shall be impossible with God”.
“And Mary said: Behold the handmaid of the Lord: be it done to me according to thy word”.
Most people believe that the greatest act of God was when Christ Died and Rose from the dead, and rightly so, but the Death and Resurrection would not have taken place if the fiat of the Mother of God was not given, for, at the moment of the fiat, the Incarnation came into being. This was the greatest act of God since the creation, for God partook of His own creation, taking on the flesh of man without creating the man-God from His own flesh of the Virgin Mary who was herself conceived miraculously without the intervention of man, but by God’s Spirit, the Immaculate Conception — conceived without Sin.
It is therefore appropriate that the dogma of Our Lady, Mediatrix of all Graces and Co-Redemptrix should be given to the Blessed Virgin Mary. We call Her the Divine Mother, why? Although She is not divine in essence, yet She is divine in decree of Her role of Co-Redeemer with Christ, because She came out of God and God came out of Her in the Incarnation of bringing forth the Godhead in man, Jesus Christ, who took her untarnished flesh by the Power of God’s Spirit and became man. I believe that the deity of Mary is contained in the divinity of Christ. Though She is not God as a fourth person in God, She is of God as Mother, Spouse and Woman who, through Her fiat, transubstantiated the Divine Word of God through Her flesh, created by God in His own perfection and perfect likeness like no other ever created by God. Therefore, I say that this Feast of the Incarnation should take on a new meaning and reach a new height of expression within the universal Church. It should be celebrated as the supreme feast where God became man, where, through Mary’s fiat, man was given the gateway to be redeemed through Her role as Mediatrix of All Graces and Co-Redemptrix.
It is my prayer as God’s little instrument who remains in chains and is awaiting His Divine Intervention that you, Your Holiness, whom God has chosen to lead Holy Mother Church until you hand over this reign of authority to he whom God has called to be the last Father of the Church, namely, my insignificant self, who will be named Peter Abraham II or Petrus Romanus.
Your Holiness, please consider this prayer of mine to bring forth the great Dogma of Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces and Co-Redemptrix and bring forth the Feast of the Incarnation to the level of the highest feast of Holy Mother Church.
And please remember me, who is still in chains in prison, awaiting God’s holy intervention.
I wish God’s blessings upon you, Your Holiness, Pope Benedict XVI.
I remain your humble servant, but God’s first,