I post here an excerpt from Q6 in FAQ. These are my initial thoughts on the subject. They may need some nuancing in the future.
My approach, in a word, is to present and explore the writings of Luisa Piccarreta in the wider context of the living tradition of the universal Church, and for the edification of the universal Church. While I am not an official member of Association Luisa Piccarreta: Little Children of the Divine Will, I follow the guidelines set out in Article 6 of their Decree and Statute.
The next point follows the first by necessity. It is crucial to present the "Gift of the Divine Will" not as something extra "added" to the Church, but as the inner "meaning" and "essence" of the same Gift that God already offers to us in and through the Church in so many ways. This Gift is the Gift of God Himself (God acting simultaneously as the Giver and as the Gift). This Gift has been definitely revealed in and as Christ, and effectively deposited in the Church through the power of the Holy Spirit. Hence the writings of Luisa do not uncover "another" Gift from God. They simply give us the knowledge—and with that, the disposition—to be able to unwrap the "layers" surrounding the heart of the same Gift that God has been promising and offering mankind from the beginning. This Gift has already been at work in the sustaining and ordering of the universe, and in all of salvation history. This Gift is the very "soul" and "sap" of the Church, and the very essence of sanctity. The inner "tendency" at work in the economy of grace has always been toward the universal reign of the Divine Will, when God will be "all in all".
From the very beginning, the Will of God has been urging toward Its perfect reign. At every moment of history, the Will of God has been stirring, directing, promising, enlightening, lovingly moving us forward. It has always been there, implicit in every divine revelation, hidden in every divine intervention, in every divine visitation, in every divine inspiration, in every sacrament, in every grace, in every sanctity, in every act of faith and hope and charity. So in that sense we are not learning about and receiving a "new" gift at all. We are simply beginning to see, and enter into, what was always there, what was always at work, what was always moving mankind forward toward the day of Its universal reign.
In Scholastic language, we are now rising to the level of what is "most formal" (the primary reason and highest principle) in God's covenantal relationship with man.
However, what is first and deepest and most essential in the order of being, is from our position the last to be discovered and appreciated (a classic Scholastic axiom). From our perspective, then, the Gift of the Divine Will is "new" in that only now can we see and appreciate the primary "reason" and "principle" and "driving force" of God's gracious dealings with us all along.
The Gift of the Divine Will has already been given from the side of God in these ways: in God's intention (His eternal decree that man should possess the Gift) and then in God's immanent presence, both in the natural order and in the supernatural order, including the sacramental life of grace. But the full "transaction" of the Gift includes the full reception of the Gift on the side of man. God cannot be "all in all" until the Divine Will, the living "centre" of God, is understood and loved and appropriated for what It is.
Our eyes are being opened to the Gift hidden in all of God's gifts—the Gift that God has been wanting to give all along, the Gift that motivated and informed all of the other gifts. We are not leaving behind all of those gifts in order to live by some totally different economy of grace that would surpass the present economy (with its biblically-informed doctrine and theology, Christ-centred prayer, Christian virtues, sacraments and so on). We are simply entering more deeply into that same economy of grace in order to appropriate what God has already been offering to us. The very givenness of all of God's gifts—in the natural order and in the supernatural order—has always been the "urging" of the Divine Will—Its wanting to give of Itself, Its wanting to reign in creatures, Its wanting us to reign with God through the same Will and Power by which God Himself reigns.
References still need to be added to this entry.
I am a cradle Catholic, husband, and father of three girls. My wife and I have long been convinced of the truth of the "new and divine holiness" as revealed to the Italian mystic, Luisa Piccarreta (1865-1947). I began reading Luisa's writings in the early 2000s. I hold a PhD in philosophy and specialise in metaphysics as applied to theological topics (Trinity, creation, grace and freedom).