Oh Holy Mother, we are comforted in knowing that your heart is ever open to those who ask for your prayer.
We trust to your gentle care and intercession, those whom we love and who are sick or lonely or hurting.
Help all of us, Holy Mother, to bear our burdens in this life until we may share eternal life and peace with God forever.
Amen
Mother Mary, in the magnitude of Her glory, Her greatness, facilitates the apotheosis, the culmination of
the process and evolution of consciousness. Through her Love, Perfection, Purity, and all the attributes
of Divinity She embodies, She brings souls to the ultimate, the expression of the Sacred Heart through
the heart of each person.  She is our Mother, with the purest, unconditional love, She works through the
spectrum of evolution, helping each person, each of her children, at every level, at every stage of
development, in the process of their salvation.
"The future, then, depends on how far, how deeply, adoringly,
passionately, and with what final life-searing and life-
transforming truth the human imagination, heart and soul can
come into contact with the Mother, invoke her love and power,
and call them into every aspect of human life to irradiate and
divinize it. The whole of the next stage of the human adventure
depends . . . on whether the Mother can be loved and heard
tenderly and sensitively enough by us, and whether her great
infinite grace to help us effect that change, can really be
undertaken. The Mother, is all-willing, all-loving, all-powerful,
at once the ground, energy and the goal of evolution. There is
no end or limit imaginable to her love or its transforming
powers. In her and in them, and in our working consciously,
directly, and humbly with her and them is our great hope.

“The Mother . . . has willed the transformation of human life
on earth into Divine Life; (I believe through the Christ) now we
have to will it, and will to work passionately with her, to suffer
and endure whatever is necessary to realize her most exalting
dream and our inmost reality." As did Jesus and as he showed:
to forgive, forgive, forgive.
From the book "The Return of the Mother"
by Andrew Harvey