Susanne Malestic, Guardian of the life-sized Visitation Image of Jesus King of All Nations, is hosting an extended Visitation in the state of Wisconsin. She is the source for the stories below.
One evening, Susanne hosted the image in her home. A former- Catholic man friend of hers approached the Image to venerate it. Susanne said that as he stood very close to the Image, he began shaking, with his muscles doing all sorts of rippling and contracting — she had never seen anything like it.
She said that he “went into ecstasy.” It lasted for about 20 minutes, and his eyes filled with tears. The man said that Jesus had given him a Scripture in his mind regarding Moses and the burning bush. He was told, “Take off your shoes for the ground on which you stand is holy ground.” This was the very same thing that God had told Moses as he stood before the burning bush on Mount Sinai! (See Exodus 3:5).
On another occasion, a Deacon from St. Andrew’s Parish in Delavan, Wisconsin, met with Susanne at her home to venerate the Image. She explained the Devotion to the Deacon and read him messages from the Journal. Then she explained the promises of Jesus King of All Nations, especially those of protection. The Deacon asked her, “Why haven’t I ever heard about this!”
After their discussion, Susanne left him alone with the Image for some time. When she returned, she said that the Deacon had tears in his eyes and explained to her what had happened to him.
He said that while he was venerating the Image, he was drawn to focus on the feet of Jesus in the Image. As he did so, he heard Jesus say to him, “Be my feet; bring me to St. Andrew’s church.”
It was as if the Visitation fulfilled the Scripture, “Jesus went around to all the towns and villages, teaching in their synagogues, proclaiming the gospel of the Kingdom, and curing every disease and illness. At the sight of the crowds, his heart was moved with pity for them because they were troubled and abandoned, like sheep without a shepherd.” (Matthew 9:35-36).
So, Susanne and the Deacon began to schedule the date for a Visitation. The Deacon said that Jesus wished it to be on August 1st. Jesus had probably chosen that date because it is the anniversary date of Jesus’ revelation of his medal to his Secretary, the mystic of the Devotion.
Susanne also reported that a woman made the nine-day Novena in Honor of Jesus as True King and, on the ninth day, she was surrounded with the fragrance of roses!
Also, holy glitter frequently appears on the Image. It comes and goes and moves to different areas. Susanne said it most often appears as she prays before the Image. People have also felt heat and pulsating from Jesus’ Sacred Heart and wounds, and some venerators have seen His Heart beating and His eyes change color.
Susanne took the Image to La Salette Shrine in Twin Lakes, Wisconsin,. It is a very modest shrine with a Polish community out in the countryside. Susanne described it as a beautifully peaceful evening. They had time for Eucharistic adoration, confessions, veneration of the Image and the prayers of the Devotion with the pastor, Father Andrew, leading. People prostrated themselves before the Image.
Perhaps Jesus is calling you to be his feet and host a Visitation of his Image!
Visitations of the visitation image of Jesus King of All Nations are for the mission of bringing the recognition of His Reign on earth. Our apostolate coordinates Visitations of the Image to parishes and homes. We train local Guardian Teams for parish Visitations. These Teams prepare for the Visitations in cooperation with the local pastors. The mission is supported by donations, free-will offerings and sales of religious goods.
The Visitations consist of Holy Hours of Prayer for Life, Peace and Protection from a booklet with the recitation of the prayers of the Devotion and veneration of the Image. There is a talk explaining the Image and the messages of Jesus. Religious goods are available for sale to promote the Devotion. The Visitations include works of mercy such as visits to hospitals, nursing homes, prisons and schools.
A Parish Visitation consists of visits of the full-size Visitation Image to parishes and other sites and promotion of Our Lord’s Mission have His Reign recognized on earth, especially through Holy Hours of Prayer for Life, Peace and Protection.
If you request to be a Guardian for a Visitation, you will be asked to commit yourself to a Visitation. The Visitation will then be confirmed. You must then form a Guardian Team to plan and implement the Visitation including the sites; the liturgies, hours of veneration, the publicity and the distribution of the religious goods.
A Home Visitation consists of a visit of the ½ size Visitation Image to a home for promotion of Our Lord’s Mission to have His reign recognized on earth.
The format consists of the following:
1. A viewing of a video, The Story, which explains the Devotion and signs and wonders, healings and conversions.
2. Praying the prayers in front of His Image, if possible, a Holy Hour of Prayer for Life, Peace and Protection.
3. Offering for sale the religious goods. We will ship a 24″ x 36″ image and the religious goods to you on consignment. All you need to do is to invite ten to twenty people to your home or group, show the video, lead the prayers and offer the religious goods. Then you return what’s leftover to us. It’s simple and easy. If you would like to host a Home Visitation, please contact us for more information or complete the form below and someone will contact you.
Your Only Costs
Your only cost will be a $275 shipping fee for the Parish Image or a $200 shipping fee for the Home Image.