By Helen Castaño, Marisol Bo-oc | 09:37 PM November 21, 2021
For Sister Precy, Sunday’s Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, King of the Universe, also referred to as the Feast of Christ the King, Christ the King Sunday, or Reign of Christ Sunday, was very special as she celebrated her birthday.
Sister Precy’s eyes brimmed with tears as she recounted her journey to Bohol to follow the will of the God the Father to spread His love and mercy.
When she arrived in Bohol years ago, she introduced the devotion of the “God the Father of All Mankind” which was unknown to many Boholanos.
That journey was never easy. It was rough and rocky. Along the road, she was doubted, hated and humiliated.
“Gipasagdan lang nako ang tanan para ni Father God,” said Sister Precy, a visionary, missionary and divine healer.
The devotion of “God the Father of All Mankind” started in Italy by Mother Eugenia Elisabetta Ravasio. In the Philippines, it’s Sister Precy who received the private revelation. Sister Precy has called souls to true devotion to the Father.
God the Father has chosen the 1st Sunday in August.
Sister Precy attended the 9 a.m. Holy Mass at St. Joseph the Worker Cathedral with members of the “God the Father of All Mankind.”
“Tungod kay ang Dios mao ang kahingpitan sa gugma, dili kita angay ikatingala nga Siya usab mohatag sa kinatas-ang panig-ingnan sa gugma nga atong maobserbahan, masinati, ug makat-unan,” she said.
The arrival of the replica of the image of the Black Nazarene in Bohol brought joy to her and many devotees.
“Ang Black Nazarene makatabang sa pagtoo kay mao kana ang katapusang imahen ni Hesus nga paghatag sa kinatibuk-an niyang kinabuhi para sa pagluwas sa tanang katawhan sa tibuok kalibutan nga gihugma sa iyang Amahan,” said Sister Precy.
The original Black Nazarene statue, depicting Jesus on the route to His crucifixion, was believed to have come to the Philippines in 1606 from Mexico.
The ship carrying the statue, however, burned with all hands before arriving in the Philippines.
The statue survived but was blackened by the fire.
Filipino Catholics ever since believed the statue to be miraculous and most devotees testify that touching the statue could cure any ailment.
“Gipakita gyud niya ang dakong milagro sa pagluwas niya dinhing dapita nga preserve gyud niya ni nga lugar. Landmark gyud ni siya sa Diyos Amahan,” Sister Precy said.