• Editor’s Note:As Christians we’re taught to love God above all things and on the whole, we believe we do. Then one day I read the dating column of a man who wanted to meet ‘a woman who loves God more than she loves me’.To be ‘in love’ is to crave to be with the one one loves at all times, to share ones life with them, take counsel and above all… Read More
  • A Brief History of Events:1944~47: Maria Valtorta reportedly received visions and dictations regarding the life of Jesus, which were recorded into notebooks. These eventually became known in english as “The Poem of the Man-God”…. Read More
  • A Wonderful Gift to Our Generation:The Gospel As Revealed To Me by Maria Valtorta By Antonio Socci / Published April 7, 2012It’s a paradox, but modern “non-believers” seem literally fascinated by Jesus of Nazareth. Ernst Renan calls Him “a man who is incomparable, and great, to such a point that I would not feel like contradicting those who call Him God.”… Read More
  • Testimony on Maria Valtorta’s “Poem of the Man-God:by Rev. Corrado Berti, O.S.M
    Father Corrado (Conrad) Berti, OSM (1911-1980+), professor of dogmatic and sacramental theology at the Pontifical “Marianum” Theological Faculty in Rome from 1939 onward, and Secretary of that Faculty from 1950 to 1959, as well as consultant to some of the Fathers of the 2nd Vatican Council, was asked to supervise the editing and publication of the critical 2nd Italian edition of Valtorta’s Poem of the Man-God.”… Read More
  • Imprimaturs and Authoritative Testimonials :His Holiness Pope Pius XlI, February 26 1948
    “Publish this work as it is. there is no need to give an opinion about its origin, whether it be extraordinary or not. Who reads it, will understand.” The names of the three Servite priests were listed the next day in l’Osservatore Romano as having had the private audience with the pope: Fr. R. Migliorini (Maria’s spiritual director), Fr. C. Berti, professor of Dogmatic and Sacramental Theology at Marianum, Pontifical Faculty of Theology, in Rome, and Fr. A. Cecchin, Prior of the Servites International College.”… Read More