The Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: The Spiritual Diary

The Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary: The Spiritual Diary

by Elizabeth Kindelmann


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360 pages, published by the Flame of Love Movement, this Diary was written by a humble woman named Elizabeth Kindelmann, who lived in Hungary from 1913 to 1985.

The Diary does not only contain high spiritual reflections, but also a message of great importance, and even more, an initiative of grace by the Most Blessed Virgin, that may be summed up as follows:

Satan intensifies his efforts to ruin souls. His eternal opponent is the Most Blessed Virgin Mary. She obtained from the heavenly Father, by the merits of the Passion of her Most Holy Son, an outpouring of graces so great as have not existed since the Word became Flesh (the words of our Most Holy Mother). She will blind Satan with the Flame of light and grace which bursts forth from her Immaculate Heart.

During the years going from 1961 to 1983, she received heavenly messages and she was directed to put those in writing. It started with an exceedingly "dark night." Following that harrowing event, the Lord Jesus and the Virgin Mary addressed her with internal locutions, words which she heard clearly in her soul.

Virgin Mary: "You know how my heart is immensely in pain. Satan is sweeping souls away in a terrifying way. Why do you not all try your best to stop him and do it as soon as possible? I need your help. My heart is burning with sorrow because I see how many souls are being damned. Many are dragged away in spite of their good will. With a sarcastic smile, the Evil One extends his arms, and with terrible malice, he drags away those for whom my Divine Son suffered unspeakable torments and death. Please, help!"

On June 6, 2009, a major event took place during the International Convention of the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary in Budapest, Hungary. The original Hungarian Spiritual Diary of Elizabeth Kindelmann received the Imprimatur number 494-4/2009 from Cardinal Péter Erdö, Archbishop of Esztergom-Budapest and Primate of Hungary.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780987976543
Publisher: The Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Publication date: 05/20/2014
Pages: 360
Sales rank: 155,376
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.40(h) x 0.90(d)

About the Author

Elizabeth Kindelmann, maiden name Szántó, was born on June 6, 1913 at Saint Stephen's Hospital, in Kispest, Hungary. From the posthumous writings of her spiritual director, who died in 1976, we learn that she came from a poor family. Her parents were Joseph Szántó, and Ersébet Mészáros. Her father was Protestant and her mother Catholic. The children were educated and raised as Catholics.
Elizabeth had twelve brothers and sisters, six pairs of twins. She was the thirteenth child, the only one without a twin. Tragically, she was the only child to make it to adulthood. Seven of her siblings died during the Spanish Plague of 1919. Two died in the aftermath of diphtheria and two more died accidentally. Another brother died as an infant.
As Elizabeth was edging towards her fifties, she thought that she would enter a calm and peaceful period, having lived through a difficult life. However, that wasn't to be. The Lord Jesus and His Blessed Mother began speaking to her. "After a period of serious doubts and torments for my soul, I accepted that the Will of God be done. My soul was so overwhelmed with grace that I was unable to utter a single word."
Very deep inside she could hear their words. She could clearly distinguish the voice of the Lord Jesus from that of the Virgin Mary or the angel.
On April 11, 1985, Elizabeth Kindelmann died at the age of 72, after a long illness that she bore with patience and was comforted by the Sacrament for the Dying. She was buried in Érd-Ófalu, about twenty-four kilometers South West of Budapest, on the banks of the Danube. In 2001, the remains of Elizabeth were transferred to the family crypt located in the Church of the Holy Spirit in Budapest, a place she used to visit every day.
Before she became the instrument of the Lord and the Virgin Mary, she had suffered many trials and tribulations she overcame with exceptional resilience and courage.
She remained totally unknown to the public for years after her departure.

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