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Explanation of Mother of Unity and Hope Image

Updated: Nov 21, 2023



 

Mother of Unity and Hope Image

Bishop Roman Danylak, former bishop of the Ukrainian Catholic Diocese of Toronto, Canada, approved this image.


A priest from the Vatican called the image a “complete theology”, and had it blessed by Pope Benedict XVI.


Summoning her children with an intensity found throughout the messages given to a privileged soul, Our Mother of Unity and Hope is calling us to “come home in confidence to your Father’s family.”


She is inviting her children into her Immaculate Heart to bring us closer to Jesus through her call to unity. “Have no fear,” she says “for unity is you harbor in the storm.”


To simplify the message, the following is a summation and explanation of the image, along with an outline of the symbols that Our Mother asked to be depicted in the image.


In the message, Our Mother of Unity and Hope said that she is revealing the image as a sign of hope for mankind. The image she tells us, represents the full essence and understanding of her call to unity.


Our hope, she says, is found in our complete union with the Most Holy Trinity, with her and with Holy Mother Church, including our brothers and sisters on earth and the angels and saints in Heaven.


This image she says is given to us now from the Father “to reaffirm you in hope since its fulfillment is near”

 
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Once again, Heaven is speaking to her children. This time, it is through messages given throughout 2007 to a privileged soul who asks to remain anonymous. The messages were given to this soul from Our Lady and her son, Jesus, who identify themselves with the titles Mother of Unity and Hope, Jesus of Unity and Hope, and Jesus of the Divine Mercy. Messages also come from God the Father.


Our Lady is asking for an image to be drawn and spread around the world as a sign of unity and hope. Given the increasing rise in secularization and indifference towards God, the timing is not without coincidence. Another coincidence of interest is that Pope Benedict XVI chose to issue his encyclical, Spe Salvi – “Saved in Hope” in 2007.


At its heart, the image reflects the fulfillment of Salvation History, and is a reflection of the Trinitarian covenant found in John’s Gospel. Our Lady tells us specifically that the image is God’s sign to us of the plan he has had for His children since the beginning of time. Notably, one theologian has called the image a “complete theology.”


Summoning her children with an intensity found throughout the messages, Our Lady is calling us to “come home in confidence to your heavenly family”. She is inviting her children into to her Immaculate Heart to bring us closer to Jesus through her call to unity. “Have no fear,” she says, “for unity is your harbor in the storm.”


In total, the messages comprise over 100 pages, with most accompanied by a passage from Scripture that Our Lady gives as if a confirmation of her words.


To simplify, the following is a summation and explanation of the image, along with an outline of the symbols that Our Lady asked to be depicted in the image.


The Mother of Unity and Hope Image

In the messages, Our Lady said that she is revealing the image as a sign of hope for mankind. The image, she tells us, represents the full essence and understanding of her call to unity. Our hope, she says, is found in our complete union with the Most Holy Trinity, with her, and with Holy Mother Church, including with our brothers and sisters on earth and the saints in heaven.


As Our Mother Unity and Hope, she says that our faith and confidence in God and His plan of redemption is found in the Alpha and Omega (God) – and in Jesus upon the cross. In the messages she says that it is God’s sign of the plan that He has had for all His children since the beginning of time; and that He is giving it to us now as a sign “to reaffirm you in hope since its fulfillment is near.”


Our Lady continues, “This sign and symbol represents the New Jerusalem on earth, the completion of God’s plan, the unity of heaven and earth. It is, as to say, the new stamp representing mankind united to God as was originally planned. Look to this image for it embodies all unity and all hope of completion of his plan.”


To summarize the image, Our Lady explains that the Most Holy Eucharist is impressed with: the Alpha and the Omega – that is, God in the Most Holy Trinity with the Dove (the Holy Spirit and her spouse), and Jesus upon the cross. “In all languages, these symbols are universal,” she says. They represent God in the Most Holy Trinity; and show that with the Alpha and the Omega, His plan to unite His children with Himself is completed through Jesus’ sufferings upon the cross. The Eucharist is encircled with a gold ring representing Holy Mother Church. The four crosses represent the four corners of the earth – the Church now united under one Triune God. The rays of light represent God’s love. And finally, she says: My hand holds all, as I contain perfect love for my Holy God in the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit.”


The Symbols of the Image


Impressed upon the Most Holy Eucharist, which brings Heaven and earth together, are the signs of the Alpha and the Omega. In all languages, these symbols are universal. They represent God in the Most Holy Trinity once fully combined with the Dove (Holy Spirit) and Jesus upon the cross. It shows that with the Alpha and the Omega, that His plan to unite his children with Himself is completed through Jesus’ sufferings upon the cross. These symbols—the Alpha, Omega and Jesus upon the cross—represent all that mankind knows of God through Holy Mother Church and Scripture.


The Alpha and Omega represent God in the beginning and in the end. It is He who was and will always be. It also signifies that God, from the beginning, had a fatherly plan for the salvation of mankind. It signifies the end of evil, the completion of His plan.



The Dove (The Holy Spirit) represents the creation of the universe, of mankind, the angels and all things created good. It is radiant as it expresses God’s love for His children. It was through the workings of the Holy Spirit that Holy Mother Church began and grew. The Dove represents His sending forth His love since the beginning of time. The Dove (Holy Spirit) was sent into the world to teach mankind of God in the Most Holy Trinity. All is done now through the Holy Spirit. He is the entire essence of God. The Holy Spirit issued out from the Father’s Heart and gave birth to Jesus, our Savior. He is the Presence of God manifested in all His children. “All is connected.” Our Lady says.


These images (the Alpha and the Omega and the Dove) are imbedded into the Most Holy Eucharist – the true presence of Jesus, “your food from God, your life and your love.”



The crucifix at the center reminds every soul of the mercy and sacrifice Jesus gave for all. Jesus, upon the cross signifies the redemption of mankind. Again, God’s plan seen from the beginning of time. All radiance of love is sent from the beginning, always issuing forth for mankind. It is unending and salvific. The remembrance of Jesus’ love shall always be seen and commemorated for all eternity. It shall never be forgotten and thus remains upon the image for all eternity.



The four crosses in the image represent the four Gospels that have reached the four corners of the earth – the Church now united under one Triune God. The four crosses also represent the sufferings of Holy Mother Church, to which purification came in order to bring about unity for mankind with its God.


The golden ring around the Eucharist represents mankind’s unity with the Most Holy Trinity. It represents the unity of Holy Mother Church on earth from the foundation of the four Gospels which have reached the four corners of the earth. The ring represents God’s children, the Holy Family of God, which encircles the Triune God. All mankind is gathered around the Most Holy Trinity (Alpha and Omega), and are part of this Alpha and Omega. The circle of the Eucharist and golden encasement represents complete union, an unending eternal circle where all people are united under one faith and one Triune God. The gold circle reflects our true inheritance.


The rays of light represent God’s love for mankind as it was since the beginning of time, to the present and for all eternity. These rays represent not only the mercy God has given man through the sacrifice of Jesus, but the entire glory of God as the Word made flesh reunites Him with His children. This image will be held up throughout all eternity to express God’s joy of having Him united with His children in the immeasurable beauty and glory of heaven. “…from the beginning, my children have been the aim of all my affection.”


Our Lady of Unity and Hope says, “My hands hold all, as I contain perfect love for my Holy God, in the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit; and my motherly perfect love for His people, the Church united. All is held in my hand as it is I, your Mother of Unity, who holds perfect motherly love for all – my God Triune, my children, my family. Our Father in heaven has placed this image in my hand as a gift to his Mother and spouse, for the Father wishes to fulfill my deepest desire, (my family restored and pressed to the Heart of the Trinity as in my own). Through my hand come all grace and represents the co-redemption of the world.”


She continues: “Our hearts are joined together in the salvation of the world, but it is my hand which God uses to dispense His Grace. Being both Mother and Spouse to the Most Holy Trinity and you my children, God willed that I give myself to you. Thus, I am the handmaiden of God and to you my children, for within my heart I have loved you from the beginning of time. You are my children and I love each of you. I willingly died with Jesus for you. So you see, my children, I hold God and you in my hand. You are my gift from God.” (5-9-07)


Our Lady and Jesus also impart these additional points in the messages:

  • Our Lady asks that the image be spread around the world, and displayed in churches and homes everywhere.

  • It is an image for us to gaze upon for hope, and as a reaffirmation of God’s love and His redemption of mankind. Through this image, hearts will trust again.

  • She calls the spreading of this image a great mission, one that will reach the halls of the Vatican because it is the final call of these end times of evil.

  • God wants the image to be made known as a sign of hope for mankind. He wants us to know that the completion of His plan is near. He wants us to join hands in unity and never despair. When events become difficult, we are to look upon this image for hope and see the beauty within ourselves.

  • No one part of the image can be without the other.

  • The image will spark fire in souls. Once people have seen it and understand its meaning, their souls will wish to be united to it, since within it is found both God and all of their brothers and sisters.

  • We cannot comprehend the full meaning of the image until our soul is united to God in heaven, because comprehension of it goes beyond the mind and reaches deep into the heart of God Himself.

  • God has given mankind the knowledge of His redemptive plan through the teachings of Holy Mother Church and Scripture and wishes to have it represented to mankind in this image.

  • Great graces will come through this image, both for conversion and hope and to put to death evil in the world. The graces will enable sinners to find refuge in unity, enabling them to stay close to the heart and suffering of Jesus where evil cannot coexist.

  • The image will be a new sign to adorn every church on earth. It is the symbol of completion. It is the symbol for the Church triumphant and the triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It is to be dispersed as a sign of hope.

  • The call to unity is far greater than we can know for it marks the end of all separation from God. Unity at last; full and complete, never to end. “Does it not make sense to you why unity and your Mother of Unity come in the end chapter?” Our Lady asks. “It is the summation of all the parts, to bring the whole of creation back together again.”

  • It will be through the triumph of Our Lady’s Immaculate Heart that mankind will forever join in the unity of heart, mind and spirit with God. Then there will be unity.

  • Unity is the spark of the coming of the fire of the Holy Spirit. Once it is ignited, the flames of the Holy Spirit will engulf the world. Therefore, Our Lady says, “be at peace.”

Our Mother of Unity and Hope asked that these key Scripture Passages not be separated from the messages:


John 17: 20-26

"I pray not only for them, but also for those who will believe in me through their word, so that they may all be one, as you, Father, are in me and I in you, that they also may be in us, that the world may believe that you sent me. And I have given them the glory you gave me, so that they may be one, as we are one, I in them and you in me, that they may be brought to perfection as one, that the world may know that you sent me, and that you loved them even as you loved me.


Father, they are your gift to me. I wish that where I am they also may be with me, that they may see my glory that you gave me, because you loved me before the foundation of the world. Righteous Father, the world also does not know you, but I know you, and they know that you sent me. I made known to them your name and I will make it known, that the love with which you loved me may be in them and I in them."


Revelation 22: 12-14, 16-17, 20

"Behold, I am coming soon. I bring with me the recompense I will give to each according to his deeds. I am the Alpha and the Omega, the first and the last, the beginning and the end." Blessed are they who wash their robes so as to have the right to the tree of life and enter the city through its gates.


"I, Jesus, sent my angel to give you this testimony for the churches. I am the root and offspring of David, the bright morning star."

The Spirit and the bride 11 say, "Come." Let the hearer say, "Come." Let the one who thirsts come forward, and the one who wants it receive the gift of life-giving water.


The one who gives this testimony says, "Yes, I am coming soon." Amen! Come, Lord Jesus!


 

Prayer

Our Mother of Unity and Hope


Heavenly Father, we thank You for sending us Your Mother and Our Mother of Unity and Hope in these end times to be our intercessor, co-redeemer and dispenser of all graces.

Through her, You have given us this Image of Unity and Hope as a sign, symbol, seal, and reaffirmation of Your loving plan to unite all of Your children to Yourself - a plan that was fulfilled through Jesus’ sufferings upon the cross.

In this image, we find a perfect summation and completion of Your plan of salvation, calling all souls to live in the divine mystery of the Trinity - Father, Son and Holy Spirit - through Holy Mother Church united under one Triune God.

Help us to understand the true meaning of unity, and to claim our rightful inheritance as members of God’s family, so that together, with the Holy Trinity and Our Mother, we may stand with You in dignity and in perfect unity of spirit and mind.

As we move through this time of purification on earth, let us spread this image as a sign of mercy and love to people everywhere. Fill us with strength, peace and courage to remain faithful to Your teachings and to the Church.

Above all, help us to never despair, but to always place our hope and trust in You.

We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, Your Son, Who lives and reigns with You and the Holy Spirit, one God, forever and ever. Amen.


Our Mother of Unity and Hope, Pray for us.

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