Read Here the Last Authentic Correspondence of Sister Lucy Before the Forgeries Began. Bring a Handkerchief with You When You Read Them. I cannot Bring Myself to Comment on Such Holy Thoughts.


The Real Sister Lucy in the early 1950s.

For signature analysis of the 1954 letter.

For the authentic Portuguese texts of the 1954 and 1955 letters, see:



English Translations of Portuguese Texts:

Coimbra, Dec. 29, 1955

Rev. Father Superior,
Only today am I able to answer your letter
and thank you for the good news. I hope
that you have been feeling better, and that
you have felt the help of our Lord in the
works of the apostolate that is entrusted to
you. Difficulties grow everywhere and that
is why we need the help of the divine grace
in order to obtain something that is good.
May our Lady as a loving mother watch over
us and help us all. The multitude of letters
that arrives here from all over the world
bears witness to this. They do little more
than complain about the miseries that flood
mankind. In view of this I become convinced
that only myself and the little group, who
as myself had the good fortune of consecrating
themselves to our Lord, are the
only happy people on earth. It is not that
one does not live without a Cross, because
this is part of being the chosen people. But
if it is carried with love, it becomes a treasure
of appreciable value, which in fact none
of those who follow Christ wants to lose.
I don’t know if you have ever seen the cell
of a Carmelite. In each cell there is a wooden
cross without the statue. It is so that
following the example of Jesus she should
be crucified on it, in order to follow Him
step by step to Calvary, where she must
suffer and die with Him for love and for the

souls that He may want to save through
her. Looking this way at the cross, it becomes
light and easy to carry; one loves because in
it one finds knot of union with our God
crucified for us, and one does not wish
anything more than to love and suffer for
love. In this way I ask our Lord to transform
your mission works into a multitude of graces
and blessings for the souls entrusted to you.
Hoping that the feast of Christmas was a
source of happiness and spiritual enjoyment
for you, and asking for the New Year the
best graces and blessings from Heaven,
I remain united in prayer.
Sister Lucia

Coimbra, . Nov. Coimbra, Nov. 9, 1954

Dear Father Superior,
I don't know exactly where this letter will
find you, or· if you are still around. Let us
hope so! Our Reverend Mother told me that
you had been at the entrance hall of our
Convent, but at such a bad hour that due
to the fact that we only have one locutory,
it was impossible for me to speak to you
then. As you must have seen, at that moment,
the family of a postulant who was coming
in, had just arrived. Too bad you could not
come back later; I would also have liked
to say good-bye, since you are going so far
away. But our immolation must be complete,·
that all our steps be marked with the sign
of the Lamb's cross. Saint John says that
he saw in Heaven a multitude that followed
the Lamb everywhere. I believe that on
earth the Lamb has a similar procession
that follows Him waving the banner of the
Cross for His love, until they are incorporated
in the eternal procession, singing the hymn
of victory.

I don't know if you were ever in a
Carmelite's cell. Too bad you did not come on one of those
occasions when the Cardinals come in and
let others come in as well. You would see
then what its best ornament is - one big
single wooden Cross covering the white of
the main wall. When I had the good fortune
of entering the Carmelite order, I was led to
the cell, and as I was entering it I fixed my
eyes on the big stripped cross that opened
its arms to me. Our Reverend Mother
Prioress asked me: "Do you know why this
cross has no statue?" and without giving
me time to answer she added: "It is so that
you may crucify yourself on it. What a
beautiful ideal to be crucified with Christ!
That He may inebriate me with the gladness
of the cross. Here lies the secret of my
happiness - not to want or wish for more
than to love and suffer for love ...


Comments

  1. Thank you for posting those 2 letters.

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  2. And the holy woman who had said the abovementioned things pumped up the Vatican Two propaganda? Never.

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  3. Yes, thank you. Those are beautiful letters.

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  4. Sr Lucy, pray for us!

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