“My children, I am Saint Bonaventure, and as I speak through this child, I have come to teach you a great Lesson. I have come to teach you how to pray. In the day in which you live, there are so many children of all ages who are not praying in the correct way.
First of all, to pray well you must recognize The Holy Trinity, and keep in mind that the Cross is the greatest prayer you can say. As you say, ‘In the Name of The Father,’ you are recognizing The God Who created you. As you say, ‘In the Name of The Son,’ you are recognizing that This Part of The Holy Trinity once gave His Life for you; and as you cross your shoulders and you say, ‘In the Name of The Holy Ghost,’ you are accepting the Light from God that He sends through the Third Part of Him. So, My children, keep in mind, and I ask you to say it together with this child: ‘In the Name of The Father and of The Son and of The Holy Ghost. Amen.’
I, Saint Bonaventure, come to you on this night, and I want you to always remember this great prayer is a love to God’s Sight, and as you say it every day, begin the day as such. And when you lay your head at night, say the prayer again, and ask The Heavenly God Who created all men to bless you through this time and help you greet another day. Oh, My children, when you are in error or trouble during the day, say this prayer to yourself, for in this prayer, you call upon God in your own little way.
I bless you with The Sign of The Cross, and I say, ‘It is the Cross that will lead you to Here, for it will remind you every day of your Creator, of The One Who gave you life, and the Light you must follow and hold dear.’ So be it.”