The Philippine national anthem “Filipinas” was originally written in Spanish by Julian Felipe in 1898 and in English during the American Commonwealth Era in 1938 entitled “The Philippine Hymn” and in 1958 in Filipino (Tagalog) entitled “Lupang Hinirang”.
“To My people of the Philippines: be not afraid of the Virus hitting your Nation at present, because God is using this to chastise those souls who need reminding of God’s Love for them. Trust in God Who is preparing the Last Vicar of Holy Mother Church, as he is waiting to come to your country. I Bless you and ask you to continue to pray for him so that he will be able to come very soon.”
“I Love you, My precious children and know very well all that you are suffering, but I know that your love for My Divine Son, Jesus, is real and He Loves you immensely. Continue to carry your cross and know that you are loved very deeply.”
The text above is part of the Blessed Mother’s message to the future Pope Peter II.
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