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The texts about that conversation between Alexandrina, Jesus, Our Lady and Saint Teresinha present are beautiful. A conversation is a dialogue where people express their most noble and intimate feelings of the soul. They express their intimate communion of life. The conversations are the result of an intimate life and communion with God. The spirituality grows until a point that the person lives in a unique mystique way.   

In the conversations, Alexandrina expresses what’s in her soul at that moment. Only a very enamored or espoused soul with God is what expresses to the outside, the greatness of his communion of life with God. When reading Alexandrina’s conversations without regarding her intimacy with Jesus, we take the risk of misinterpreting her beautiful dialogues. Alexandrina’s conversations must be read in a prayer and meditation environment. The whole Bible is a conversation between God and mankind because He always correlates with humanity. So in the Bible we find many conversations and dialogues with God's many biblical characters. God calls and talks to people about the reason of that call and what their mission. The Bible Oracles are God’s conversations with his people through a biblical character. In these Oracles, God sends a message to his people.

We recall the text of the conversation between God and Abraham, Moses and many other prophets. In the New Testament remember the Theophany of Jesus' Baptism and Transfiguration, where we hear the Father's voice that tells us: "This is My beloved Son." (Mt 3.16 and 17.5).

The Gospel itself presents us often Jesus talking to the Father. The most beautiful text is the priestly prayer (John 17) and the prayer of agony on the Mount of Olives (Mt 26, 36-46). Our prayer, more than a rule of prayer, should be a conversation with God. A response to God's Word.

God continues to relate to humanity by presenting his concerns for our salvation. So it remains to choose men and women who, having become partners of God, in discussions, convey the will of God. Alexandrina is one of those characters.

The conversations between Alexandrina, Jesus talks to her about his life, mission and message.

There are many texts of Alexandrina’s conversations. We only present some. Also they will be the object of study of the Catholic University.



«I do not understand the things that Jesus tells me as we understand the expressions of the creatures, but as it had before me a picture with the things he wants to say to me ... as if everything is written before me, but I read it all at the same time.»

(Father Umberto Pasquale quoted in Pasquale, H.; "Alexandrina", page 30; 1st edition.)

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Exaltation of the Holy Cross
October 13 2017
Liturgical Feast of Blessed Alexandrina of Balasar| 62nd anniversary of her death
October 31 2017
75th anniversary of the Consecration of the world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

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