God’s doing is as perfect as He himself; for that reason the manifestation of his splendourness causes the soul, which savours it to transcend up to the very breast of the Almighty, where it drinks plentifully in the sapient torrents of his inexhaustible wisdom; wisdom that, in the splendorous gift of his power, tells itself to men, through Our Lady, with a Mother’s heart and a Holy Spirit’s love.

Mary is a wonder of the power of God. The Virgin is intrinsically “Our Lady of the Incarnation,” because God created Her for the Incarnation, making Her a prodigy of the grace in radiant manifestation of the Omnipotent.

When the infinite Being in an outpouring of mercy determined to give himself to man, at that same instant without time of the eternity, He conceived Mary, in his eternal wisdom, for the realization of the mystery of the Incarnation, incorporating Her to his Love’s gift in manifestation of the splendourness of his glory. […]

What a concert, that of eternity, of unheard of songs in one single Voice, come out of the Father’s begetting bosom, with the lovingly consubstantial Holy Spirit’s murmur in a Kiss of Love…! And Mary is, in her whole being, the creation-Mother, who expresses in silent spelling, God’s infinite concert in the loving romance of his eternal being in relation to man. […]

God is himself all the divine attributes in himself, by himself and for himself; but there is one in the perfection of the uncreated Being, that, notwithstanding that God is himself so in himself and by himself, He is not so for himself, and it is the attribute of mercy; since this is the outpouring of the infinite Power in loving manifestation over the misery.

God cannot be mercy for himself, because mercy involves effusion of love over misery; for that reason the mercy sprung in the womb of the eternal Being himself the day in which the creature, created to possess Him, said to Him: “I will not serve You.” And now God is himself Mercy, because the infinite Love gave himself to man in the magnificent splendourness of his overflowing. […]

It would be possible to call Mary, in some way, who is the means through whom the divine Mercy gives itself to us: Manifestation of that same Mercy and donation of the same Mercy with a Mother’s heart and a Holy Spirit’s love. […]

The Holy Spirit is enshrouding Mary with the sacred love words of the most enamoured Spouse, in communications of all his infinite attributes. He is loving Her… bejewelling Her… beautifying Her… so much, so much, so much…! that He is shaping himself in Her, in Kiss of love and recreation of Spouse. So secretly…! So marvellously…! that, at that instant-instant predetermined by God from all eternity, the Holy Spirit himself is going to kiss Our Lady all Virgin so divinely, with a kiss of fruitfulness, that He is going to make Her break into divine Motherhood. So divine…! that the Father’s Word, the consubstantial Only Begotten of the Uncreated, is going to call the creature in full right: My Mother…! with the same fullness that the White Virgin is going to call: My Son…! the Father’s Only Begotten, Incarnated. […]

Oh Father’s wisdom, that enshrouding Our Lady’s soul, you saturated Her with your infinite wisdom, so much…! that, to the extent that She was Mother of your Only Begotten Son, to that same extent you penetrated Her with your light, in the outpouring of your fatherhood to call Her: my Daughter…! And as the Son called Mary: my Mother! from the instant of the Incarnation God worked in Her a wonder of grace so marvellous, so much, so much! so plethoric, that, to that same extent, although in a different manner, She was Daughter of the Father and Bride of the Holy Spirit. […]

Mary’s divine Motherhood is as great as great are her nuptials with the Holy Spirit, Spouse of her fruitful virginity, and as great is her filiation with regard to the Father, in the enjoyable penetration of his infinite wisdom.

And as the Holy Spirit, when He kissed Her in the murmur of his love, in the caress of his breeze, in the embrace of his power and in the fruitfulness of his Kiss, made Her love of his infinite love, in participation in his charity in donation of Spouse, so the Word, when He called Her: Mother! made Her so much Word, so much! that the Virgin, as an expression of the reality that She was and lived by the power of the grace that had been poured over Her, could call God: my Son! The eternal Father giving himself to Her in such fullness of wisdom and with such an experience of the divine mysteries, that, plunged into the depth of God, She intuited overwhelmingly what the Being is himself in himself. […]

Oh infinite Word! Let me, in your Word and with You, say to Mary, My Mother! and call God: eternal Father, my Father! Let me that, with Mary I may call my infinite Spouse: my Holy Spirit! And thus, from Mary’s bosom and through Her, astonished under the smallness of my misery –since it has been granted to me to contemplate, in adoring penetration, the mystery of the Incarnation–, I may respond with Her to the infinite Holiness pouring itself out on my Immaculate Mother in Trinity of Persons under the personal action of each one of them. […]

Silence…! For the Holy Spirit, impelled by the Father’s will, in the predetermined moment in his eternal plan to bring about the Incarnation, is opening the bosom of the Father himself, in the impulse of his love, to take the Word and to put Him into Our Lady’s bosom.

Silence…! For the Word is breaking into a Word in such a marvellous way, so much…! that, as the Father’s infinite Word and in manifestation of his loving will on man, by the Holy Spirit’s impulse, He is going to pronounce himself in the infinite outpouring of the eternal mercy of God so transcendently, that He is about to break out calling the creature, very rightly: my Mother…! […]

Mary, because You are the Mother of God the Son, Daughter of God the Father and Bride of the Holy Spirit, to the extent without extent that the wonder of grace was performed in You, today, with full right, I too call You: my Mother! […]

Our Lady all White of the Incarnation, give me the Father with a Mother’s heart, bring me into his wisdom and penetrate me with his light: with that with which You were so wondrously possessed, that made You know, in knowledge of enjoying penetration, the mystery of God in himself and in the outpouring of his mercy towards us! […]

Mary is a wonder of grace, known, enjoyed, possessed and savoured only by the soul-Church that, transcending earthly things, is taken by the Holy Spirit to the hidden depth of the immaculate bosom of Our Lady all White of the Incarnation.

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing “Mary is a wonder of grace”. Collection “Light in the night -The mystery of faith given with loving wisdom”  Booklet n. 5

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In Heaven all the angelic choirs, awe-struck, silently adore, with their faces to the ground… The Father, impelled by the Holy Spirit’s love, in the Word, creates… Mary is conceived without original sin… The Virgin is only God’s! (8-12-59)

The Lady reaches that degree of divinization which in the divine mind had been determined for such great Mystery to take place… Adoring, inwardly, She awaits; Love impels, and the Father, without taking Him out of His divine bosom, sends forth the Word into the Virgin’s womb. God is now Man so that man may become God… Oh mystery of unspeakable silence…! (15-12-62)

Mother, so much did You enter inside God, so much so, that, in a loving oversight on His part, You stole His Word, brought Him to earth and gave Him as a gift to the Church. (25-3-61)

Is there anything on earth greater than love, more resplendent than virginity, more beautiful than motherhood…? In Mary all this takes place at one same time to the highest degree of perfection; having it, keeping it and being the containment of this threefold reality what makes Her be the Virgin Bride of the Holy Spirit who, by the kiss of Her infinite Consort, breaks into divine Motherhood. (24-12-76)

I feel myself being melted down with love for the Virgin, upon calling Her Our Lady of the Holy Spirit; because I see that everything that is brought about in Her, is through the loving kiss, in secret and silent whispering, of the Holy Spirit in His sacred passing over Her as Spouse. (19-12-74)

The greater the virginity, the greater the supernatural fruitfulness; for this reason, what kind of virginity would be Mary’s, whose fruit is the Incarnate Word Himself and, through Him, all souls! (15-12-62)