24.             Meeting in the Chief’s Office

A very pleasant woman on staff, the Security Chief’s secretary named Patricia, came to the Lodge’s door to greet me. Briefly, I told her the reason for my visitation; and, thankfully, the Chief was available. Because my account pertained to a message from the Virgin Mary, I saw no reason for Patricia not to join us in the Chief’s office. So, because they had, to that idea, no objection, I detailed, to them both, the pertinent events from when I first entered the campus until the time of my having been there just sent by Jennifer and Mary Ann.

Both the Chief and Patricia were good Catholics who believed that God’s Holy Spirit could reveal itself to humans. Therefore, at my account’s start, they agreed that my having come to a statue of Mary named “Our Lady of Grace” after having perceived a spiritual message that I would be given “grace,” was some confirmation of that first message’s authenticity. Later at this meeting, we, also, mutual agreed that this whole matter must be heavenly, and therefore, out of our mortal hands. That we concluded because a first person that I had “coincidentally” spoken to at the college about my message from Mary about grace was named “Mary Ann,” which means “Mary Grace”!

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