The Spiritual 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 significant
message and an initiative of grace of far-reaching
importance by the Most Holy 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 Blessed Mother).
She will blind Satan with the Flame of light and
grace which bursts forth from her immaculate Heart.
She tells us what we must do to collaborate with her
in this work. Our Blessed Mother cries, begs, prays,
and asks us for prayers, sacrifices, holy hours in
the family, fasts, in order to help her in this
fight against the Evil One.
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
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.
The Lord Jesus: "Hell is swallowing those
souls created in the image and likeness of My
heavenly Father. They fall into the clutches of
Satan. The Flame of Love of My Mother can soothe the
sorrow of My Heart."
- 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, Primate of Hungary and President
of the Council of European Episcopal Conferences.