The great sacrament of the Anointing of the sick soothes both the body and soul providing an incomparable affection. The Sacraments of Matrimony and Priesthood are the two milestones by which God manifests His love to the human family.

An spontaneous ad solemn profession of faith concludes this writing that presents Sacraments as they are, brilliant and attractive.


“I have unshakeable faith,
received through the Apostles and their successors”

I have faith… And I also believe that, in order that the Apostles might lack nothing in the salvific mission that, for the sake of fallen humanity, the Divine Teacher entrusted to them, Christ, on Pentecost, made descend on them together with Mary, priestly Mother, the gifts, fruits and charismas of the Holy Spirit Himself; who is given to us through Confirmation for the strengthening and reinforcement of our life of faith, hope and charity.[…]

I have faith; and I believe that renewed by Baptism, faith bring us near the Sacrament of Penance, through which, the purification of our sins makes us capable of approaching the sublime Sacrament of the Eucharist, instituted by Christ Himself in the night of the Last Supper, when, loving His own, and through them all of us who receive His eternal gifts, “He loved us to the extreme” and to the end:

«While they were eating, Jesus took bread, said the blessing, broke it, and giving it to his disciples said, ‘Take and eat; this is my body.’ Then He took a cup, gave thanks, and gave it to them, saying, ‘Drink from it, all of you, for this is my blood of the covenant, which will be shed on behalf of many for the forgiveness of sins’”» […]

And I know too, by my life of faith that one ought to approach worthily to receive the Body of Christ:

«Therefore whoever eats the bread or drinks the cup of the Lord unworthily will have to answer for the body and blood of the Lord. A person should examine himself, and so eat the bread and drink the cup. For anyone who eats and drinks without discerning the body, eats and drinks judgment on himself.» […]

Wherefore, adoring before Jesus in the Holy Sacrament and curling myself into His chest, under the most savoury experience of His intimate and most loving presence, acknowledging Him as the Only Begotten Son of God, only true God, reverent and prostrate, I exclaim full of sublime and unprecedented love:

I thank You, Jesus, for having remained in the Eucharist;
I adore You!
I thank You, Jesus, for having remained in the Eucharist;
I love You!.

I have faith… And that is why I believe in the Sacrament of the Holy Anointment and I experience its gifts and fruits; which takes away and purifies us of our sins, preparing us for the definitive encounter with God, and fortifying and comforting not only our soul, but also our body, easing the disease, even curing it if the definitive moment of the encounter with God should not have come, and preparing us for that encounter […]

I have faith… And because this one is to me more certain that what the senses can tell me and clearer than the brightness of the midday sun, I believe in the Sacrament of the laying of hands of the Bishop with all the powers that the priest of the New Testament, through it, receives from Christ. […]

In such a way, that the priest of the New Testament, speaking the words of the Divine Teacher at the moment of the Last Supper, when He said to His Apostles: “Do this in memory of me,” perpetuating that moment; is capable, by the transubstantiation, of turning the bread into the Body of Christ and the wine into the Blood of the Divine Redeemer; giving us “Jesus Christ, and Him crucified,” in food and drink, divine Manna and delicacy of eternal life. […]

I have faith… And I believe that Christ made Peter the rock and foundation upon which He would build His Church, without the powers of hell being able to prevail against Her; entrusting him with the supreme shepherding of His whole flock. […]

And under the confirmation of the word of Peter and its certainty, I live happily built on the Columns of the Church, who are the Successors of the Apostles. And under the See of Peter I walk safe to the Father’s house.

I have faith. Wherefore, lovingly receiving the words of the Divine Teacher:
«Have you not read that from the beginning the Creator ‘made them male and female’ and said, ‘For this reason a man shall leave his father and mother and be joined to his wife, and the two shall become one flesh’? So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore, what God has joined together, no human being must separate»;

I have felt so much veneration, so much respect for the union of the wedded couples, that, through the Sacrament of Marriage, is sanctified and raised to a supernatural level, which makes me exclaim with Saint Paul: «This is a great mystery, but I speak in reference to Christ and the Church

I have faith… And because I have faith my soul jumps for joy at the words of God to our First Parents in the earthly Paradise: «Be fertile and multiply; fill the earth.» […]

Wherefore today, owing to the awareness that God places in my spirit regarding His eternal designs upon humanity –which I ought to manifest, by divine will, as the little and tiny Echo, but living and palpitating, of Mother Church–, and now in relation to all I have been saying about the conjugal union by the Sacrament of Marriage;

I ask all those who wish to hear what, from He who is, I have to communicate, but in a special way to the members of the Mystical Body of Christ:

to gradually become aware of and act according to what the Infinite One dreamt in relation to them when He created them so that, united, giving glory to God Himself, they may accomplish His designs and eternal plans by means of the fulfilment of His divine will, who awaits with His open bosom its fullness with the created children –by means of the collaboration of the spouses–, solely and exclusively to possess Him, granting them to live on His same life, drinking in the cooling torrents of His divine springs, satiating them in the most glorious and co-eternal banquet of His same divinity. […]

So that when the day of Eternity comes, which is tomorrow, tomorrow, no later! dearest and warmly beloved children, you may have given to God not the children who, according to your estimates, are necessary and sufficient, but those that He thought and needed to receive from each one of His rational creatures, and of the members of the Church, when He created us and predestined us to carry out His eternal plans, full of infinite designs, for each every man.

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing “I have faith”. Collection “Light in the night -The mystery of faith given with loving wisdom”  Booklet n. 17

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Fragment of the video of Mother Trinidad, “GOD IS INFINITE MERCY WHO POURS HIMSELF UPON US MEN AT THE INCARNATION”, recorded on August 20th, 1992 (press PLAY):


Christ, as Head of the Mystical Body, wished to give Himself up to us with the Father and the Holy Spirit, replenishing us with all His gifts and fruits, through the Apostles. And that is why, built upon Christ, leaning on, being supported and perpetuated in Her twelve Pillars, how great is the Church! (22-4-76)

The Church is a mystery of unity; and so that She may be one in the unity of God, the Holy Spirit remained with the Pope and the Bishops who, united with him, proclaim the unity of the Church in Her truth, in Her life and in Her mission. (22-11-68)

Oh wonder of the Pope’s infallibility, which is capable of gathering all men in one single thought, and to express to them with certainty God’s infinite will through his word of man! (25-10-74)