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Finally, he told me to tell everything to my confessor and to repeatedly tell him that it’s never too late, even if the consequence is already set, but if they still persist to resist Him, woe to them.
I asked what is it that should be done; he told me that when I have said everything, they would immediately understand what they must do. He took me by the hand and led me back to the gate and left me there.
Next Thursday, in the holy hour he asked me whether the suffering I had been through that night I would willingly offer as a sacrifice for the evil some nuns committed. I told him yes so happily ... I will tell them all the rest myself. I would be pleased if you are able to come to me for confession today. I have so many things to tell you. If you are not available I will certainly look forward to meet you this Friday.
 Without header and is dated in pencil, “April-May 1899.”
(End of letter)
"This evening at last, after six days of suffering through Jesus withdrawing Himself from me, I am somewhat recollected. I began to pray as I am accustomed to do every Thursday. I began to think of the Crucifixion of Jesus. At first I did not feel anything, but after a few moments I became a little recollected, Jesus was near. To the recollection there succeeded what usually happens. My head took off and I found myself with Jesus Who was suffering excruciating pains. What was I to do, seeing Jesus suffer without being able to help Him? I felt then a great desire to suffer and I asked Jesus to grant me this grace. He granted my wish immediately and did what He had done on other occasions." -St Gemma