In 1950 Pope Pius XII defined the dogma of the Assumption of Our Lady in body and soul to Heaven. Ten years later –in 1960– like imprinting His seal upon this dogma –as it were– the Lord was pleased to allow Mother Trinidad to live in such bright and full light this mystery for her to contemplate it and tell others about it, or even “sing it,” as she herself says in the bosom of the Church.

With the strength of her testimony everything is evident: our souls –warped by original sin, something which Mary didn’t experience– delve with a sense of novelty and astonishment into what happens to a creature that is free from the consequences of sin. In this writing it can also be understood the difference between our death –as a result of sin– and Christ’s death –which was necessary for Redemption. Such considerations highlight therefore the Virgin’s role in co-redemption always in unison with the Redemption of Christ, with whom Mary lived His Passion, Death and Resurrection, being not only involved sentimentally, but actually participating in it.


“The Lady has fallen asleep

in Assumption triumphant and glorious to eternity”


[…] At the proximity of the glorious day of the Assumption of Our Lady, I wish to manifest what on the 15th of August of the year 1960 my spirit lived, taken by God […] to contemplate in a most profound, most clear, unimaginably amazing way, and lived in a savouring of enjoyment of Eternity, the transcendent, sublime and indescribable moment, full of splendour and majesty, of Our Lady, all Virgin…! all Mother…! and all Queen…! being raised in glorious, most blissful and splendorous Assumption from this earth, in body and soul, to Heaven.

Day of the Assumption of Our Lady…!

The whole life of Mary, of the Virgin, was an assumption that, when She reached the peak, greatest possible, replete and total instant of Her transformation into God, according to Her capacity as a unique human creature, predestined and created to be the Mother of the Infinite Word Incarnate by the will of the Father, under the infinite lulling and the sonorous softness of the Holy Spirit, divine Spouse of the Virgin, who made Her break out into divine Motherhood; She stopped at the face to face possession, in light of the Glory, of the Eternal Wisdom in His infinite immutability…

The Lady has stopped in Her ascent towards God…! Ascent that began the day She was conceived without original sin, full of grace and only for God and the realization of His eternal designs pouring Himself over hu-manity by means of the Incarnation brought about in the all pure innermost of the Virgin; to end up at that instant wherein, being Her capacity replete, She was possessed by God’s immutability… […]

If Mary could of have been a little bit more divinized, She would have lived longer. God made Mary with an almost infinite capacity for divinization; and when She was saturated and replete, rushing to Her, manifesting Himself in the attribute of the immutability, as lovable Hero, He stole His prey, and rendered Her immutable in the light of Glory.

Silence…! for the immutable immutability of the Being’s being Himself, in His Trinitarian act of divine life, rushes silently and lovingly to the encounter of that soul so divinized, in which, smoothly and tenderly… in the profound profundity of His silent peace… the adorable Trinity lays a kiss of infinite immutability…

A kiss of Eternity that, in the savoury silence of the divine mouth of the Holy Spirit, draws, like a most subtle magnet, the soul of the Virgin, raising Her body with Her by the power of the caressing breeze of the divine impulse, to the total, complete and absolute possession, in full joy, of the resplendent light of His divine countenance. […]

Through Christ, with Him and in Him, the Virgin, by the exercise of the priesthood of Her divine Motherhood, offered Her Victim for the glory of the Father, and, being Coredemtrix, for each one of the men whom Her Son on Calvary entrusted to Her, as universal Mother of all of humanity. […]

She always was adhered to Her Son; and the posture of Her soul, after the resurrection, was an adherence to this New Man so great, that the Lady was together with Him the New Woman who collaborated –through the mystery of the Incarnation, in the life, death and resurrection of Christ– to bury sin and, with it, the sinful man, crushing the head of the serpent, so that a New Man would rise from the dead, to whom would adhere all the children of God who wanted to engraft themselves on the Tree of Life.

Therefore Mary did not need to die, in order to be Coredemtrix, but to collaborate with Christ, in His life, death and resurrection, unto the Redemption; a collaboration that She carried out exercising Her peculiar priesthood in the offering of Christ to the Father, for the glory of the Father Himself and the sanctification of men. […]

The living of the Virgin with Christ in His passion, was a mystical and bloodless death, which made Her rise from the dead also mystically with Christ; going to live, as Mother of the universal Church, the new life that by Christ is given to us all.

Therefore I believe that my soul did not see at any moment, a separation between the body and the soul of the Virgin the day when the Lord deigned, by a motion of His will in infinite mercy over this poor and wretched human creature and so that I might manifest it, to show me the sublime and indescribable moment of the Assumption of the Virgin in body and soul to Heaven. […]

Mary’s soul, always with Her wings stretched out, is the perfect expression of the fulfilment of God’s will over men; therefore, when the exile ended, it takes its body therewith, without having to experience the burden that the latter implies for the totality of mankind.

EMary’s body ever was and remained, we could say, so divinized in all its tendencies, its cravings, its sensations, its inclinations, so much! that it was all wings, and large wings of imperial eagle! readied with God’s fortitude to gracefully pass from earth to Heaven.” […]

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing:“THE LADY HAS FALLEN ASLEEP IN ASSUMPTION TRIUMPHANT AND GLORIOUS TO ETERNITY”(Collection “Light in the night -The mystery of faith given with loving wisdom” Booklet n. 14)
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