Holy Saturday is a day filled with glory and flooded with the splendour of Christ´s triumph. As He enters into Eternity, it’s heard for the first time in Heaven: “Let the man be welcome to the Father´s bosom!”

The life, mission and tragedy that Christ lived during His passion, death and resurrection, become particularly alive and palpitating during the Paschal Triduum.


“The veil of the temple was rent
because the Father’s Bosom was opened!


The Redemption by the Messiah Promised to the holy Patriarchs and announced by the Prophets of the Old Testament culminated, […] after which came the resurrection and the life by the triumph of the risen Christ. […]

The triumphant and glorious soul of the Divine Crucified, soars up into the sky in a triumph of sovereign majesty, and freeing the holy Fathers who were waiting for His holy coming and takes them behind Him, He arrives in the wide thresholds of Eternity […] coming into Glory; and with Him the wedding party of a crowd of captives, after whom the rest of men will enter. […]

What a Saturday of such glorious triumph! in which the soul of God’s Only Begotten Son, who at the same time is the Son of Man, opens by the fruit of His Redemption the sumptuous Gates of Eternity, closed since the earthly Paradise by the sin in rebellion of our First Parents; and the old floodgates are raised before the impetuous passing of irresistible power of the soul of God’s immolated Only Begotten Son, in triumph of glory. […]

Yahweh’s Anointed, before whom the Angels of God adoring, full of expectation in glorious jubilation, contemplated the soul of Christ who, triumphant, opened the Father’s Bosom by the fruit of His Redemption with His five wounds; bringing behind Himself to the eternal jubilation the glorious and triumphant court of the ancient Fathers […] and with the legion of captives rescued by the price of His Blood and who awaited His holy coming. Being heard in the heights of the wide limits of Eternity as though a hymn of triumph: Welcome be the Man who with His five wounds has opened the Father’s Bosom!

[…] Under the impulse of the Almighty and by the power of His grace, that, in the way that He alone knows, introduces me into His mysteries so that I may manifest them; I express a little –only of what is possible for me under the spiritual modesty of my soul-Church and as the Echo of this Holy Mother before going away with Christ to Eternity– of all that my soul lived and contemplated on the 28th of March of 1959, immersed in the mystery of the entrance of Christ’s soul into Glory […]:

“Oh Mary…! She, at the moment when Jesus ascended to the Father, united to Her Son’s soul, partook in such overabundant and extolled manner, translimited by the joy of the Holy Spirit, of the happiness, glory and most blissful joy of the soul of God’s Only Begotten Son and Her Son entering into Eternity.

And despite Mary being in exile, Her soul, transcended and translimited, was with Her Son’s; the reason why the Virgin did not need to go down to the tomb… […] Since before to anyone, on the day of the resurrection the Lord appeared to Her.

Because Jesus introduced Her Most Holy Mother in such a way into the mysteries of His life, death and resurrection, that, before they were unveiled to anyone, She lived them in loving contemplation of joy or sorrow. […]

That is why Mary, with the death of Jesus, rested, on account of the fulfilled will of the Father and the glorification of Her Son and of Her God.

Mary was contemplating the entrance of the Son of God and Her Son into Heaven, while She dwelled on earth, as Mother of the Church, with the Apostles. Today Heaven is on holiday, because Jesus has entered into it and the glorious Church has begun; but the earth is in mourning because men have killed the Son of God. […]

Mary […] rejoiced, as Mother of the Church, with the glorious Church, and suffered with the sorrowful and distressed Church.

How great and unknown is Mary in relation to the eternal designs of God upon Her…!”

The soul of Jesus starts running…, running…

What a court…! What a retinue Christ has behind…! […] It is the Church triumphant…! […]

The soul of Christ, in the Father’s Bosom, as Word and as Man, rejoicing…! His body rests in the tomb… […]

What a great day…! How composed the Church is and how happy entering with Jesus into Heaven…! […]

It is the Church triumphant […] who today begins Her glorious triumph. […]

The Man is now in the Father’s Bosom rejoicing in God’s glory, as God and as Man… Welcome be the Man to the Father’s Bosom…! […]

Mary still remains in the world, contemplating…

What a joy! I contemplate with Mary the glory of Jesus.

What a silence there is in Heaven and what a celebration…! […] All Heaven ecstatic, adoring before the wounded God…! […]

The Father’s Bosom is now open to all the children of good will…! Never more shall it be closed…! Christ has opened it… and He is waiting for all men… He opened it and placed Himself at the ‘gate’ with the arms outstretched, so that the sumptuous main Gates of Eternity may never be closed again… […]

The Father looks upon men with love […] and when embracing Christ in His bosom, He embraces all men. […]

How triumphantly the Father’s Bosom opens up so that men may enter…! […]

The Man enters into Heaven, and enters into it as Son of the King, not as minister; and each man is a son of God through Christ. […] And how much gladness the Father’s face shows…! […]

The Source of Life has been opened for men, the Springs of Divinity in torrential affluents of divine life that gushes out like a waterfall through Christ, by the Sacraments…! […]

How happy is the Father seeing in Heaven and on earth the much beloved Son in whom He has set all His delights…! All…! all His delights in the Man- Christ…! […]

And as the Word is Man, all His delights for all men who grafted onto Him, are the New People of God. […]

Christ does not become an angel, He becomes man; He does not become angel to redeem the angels who had also sinned.

And since the Word is Man, […] that is why the Man-God makes man son of God and heir to His glory; except the rebellious man who does not want to avail himself of His Blood, of His merits nor of His Redemption; but that rebellious man, if he comes to the Source of Life, will have all the graces of the true children. […]

I am contemplating […] twenty centuries ago the soul of Jesus getting into Eternity…! I am contemplating the soul of Christ getting into Heaven on the Holy Saturday…; […] the moment when Christ’s soul rose! what Christ is…! what the Angels do when the Man gets into…, what man is to God; His is not a minister, He is the son and heir to His glory…

Man, through Christ, contemplates with the Father, sings with the Word and burns in love with the Holy Spirit… That is the life of glory…! Children of God…! […]

The tearing of the veil of the temple is the symbol that Jesus with His death opened the Father’s Bosom […] And with His death the old law was broken in order to begin the New Covenant”.

Mother Trinidad de la Santa Madre Iglesia
An extract from the writing: “WELCOME BE MAN TO THE FATHER’S BOSOM!”(Collection “Light in the night -The mystery of faith given with loving wisdom”
 Booklet n.11)

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Fragment of the video of Mother Trinidad “Live out your priesthood together with the High and Eternal Priest in order to give glory to God and life to souls”, recorded on July 26th, 1999 (press PLAY):

Let all souls come to the bosom of my Father God to know of infinite happiness, of eternal joy and, by living in intimacy with the Divine Family, they may be happy with the bliss that the Church communicates to all of Her children. (25-3-59)
Tomorrow we will enter into God, into the profound depth of His self-being infinite, into that secret point of the Being’s heart, in the union of the Holy Spirit. (25-1-75)
By his loving adherence, man becomes similar to the reality he adheres to, because on seeing its perfection he irresistibly tends to imitate it. Such acts of love can be realized by man due to the freedom he has, since without freedom he would not be able to adhere to what he understands is good, but would adhere to what another being, that might have seized his will, should be inclined to; and then he would equally adhere to something good or evil, for it does not depend on him; and the consequence would be that, were God to be perfect or not, we would have to be adhered to Him, not for the perfection of His being that would seize us in the sight of His excellence, but for our lack of power to resist Him. (9-1-65)