Under the title of “The Lady of All Nations” the Blessed Virgin appeared in Amsterdam
from 1945 - 1959, revealing to an ordinary woman, Ida Peerdeman, that she “THE LADY
OF ALL NATIONS” or “THE MOTHER ALL NATIONS”, wants to be known and loved by all.
She showed the current situation in the Church and in the world through visions.
In her messages, Mary reveals the plan with which God wants to save the world through
His Mother. Accordingly, she gives all peoples and nations a prayer and an image.
The image shows THE LADY OF ALL NATIONS standing on the globe, permeated by God’s
light, before the Cross of her Son the Redeemer with whom she is inseparably united.
From Mary’s hands stream forth three rays of Grace, Redemption and Peace which she
may grant to those who invoke her as Advocate. The flock of sheep represents the
nations of the whole world who will not find rest until they look up to the Cross,
the centre of the world.
Our LADY OF ALL NATIONS dictated a short, powerful prayer to preserve us from degeneration,
disaster and war (see prayer below image on right).
Messages from Our Lady of all Nations
“You, nations of this time, know that you are under the protection of the Lady of
All Nations, invoke her as Advocate; ask her to stave off all disasters. Ask her
to banish degeneration from this world. From degeneration comes disaster. From degeneration
comes war. Through my prayer you shall ask that this be staved off from the world.
You do not know how great and how important this prayer is before God.”(May 31,
She asks that this prayer be prayed at least once a day. “I assure you that the world
will change.”(April 29, 1951)
As MOTHER OF ALL NATIONS she has been sent by the Father and the Son to bring unity
and peace to the world for “under this title and through this prayer, she may deliver
the world from a great world catastrophe.”(May 10, 1953)
Therefore, THE LADY Of ALL NATIONS emphatically asks for a great worldwide action
to spread her prayer and image. “Help with all your means and see to the outspreading,
everyone in one’s own way.” (June 15, 1952)