Novena of Abandonment is definitely from the mystic written works of Father Dolindo Ruotolo.
Unfortunately, his works are no yet completely known in the English world to know which works we need to deal with.
Father Dolindo Ruotolo
These instructions comes to us through contemporary scholar-mystic, Father Don Dolindo Ruotolo, a Neapolitan priest (1882-1970), stigmatized miracle worker and "mouthpiece of the Holy Spirit".
Father Ruotolo had extraordinary communications with Jesus throughout his heroic life, a life that was totally devoted to God and Holy Mother Mary. He referred to himself as "the Madonna's little old man" and the Rosary was his constant companion.
While the writing may be that of Father Ruotolo the words are unmistakably from Jesus.
It is Jesus teaching us how to find peace and happiness in these uncertain and anxious times.
Jesus tell us what he wants from us and how in turn he "swears on his love" he will care for us spiritually and materially.
As you can see much of what our Lord wants flies in the face of normal human inclination and reason. We can only rise to this level of thinking through the grace of God and the help of the Holy Spirit.
We must let go of our problems, stop thinking about them and trying to resolve them ourselves. We must believe, trust and allow our Lord to rescue us from ourselves and supply our wants, needs and resolve our problems as only He can.
According to Saint Faustina, a Roman Catholic nun and mystic from Poland (1905 - 1938). We give Jesus pleasure when we give Him our troubles. Jesus speaking - " You will give Me pleasure if you hand over to Me all your troubles and griefs. I shall heap upon you the treasures of My grace."
Therefore, Jesus, I abandon myself to you, you take over, should be the first words that come to mind and flows from our lips. After all, we have tried to do things our way and look where it has gotten us.
Just do as the instructions from Jesus say, open our hearts and minds in love and close our eyes in trust and ask Jesus to take care of it and as he promises, He absolutely will.
Some of Father Ruotolo’s writings were published in 1949 in the book Come Holy Spirit, which combines theology with meditations to deepen the presence of the Holy Spirit in souls. It has become a classic in Italy as an explanation of the role of the Holy Spirit as bestowed in Confirmation. Your source of information may be contained within this book.
Jesus said there is no better novena than this one, and it has only 11 words
Ordained at the age of 23, Don Dolindo spent his life in prayer, sacrifice and service. He heard confession, gave spiritual guidance and cared for those in need. Don Dolindo was a contemporary of the more widely known saint, Padre Pio. When some pilgrims from Naples, where Don Dolindo resided, went to Padre Pio in Pietrelcina, Padre Pio responded: “Why do you come here, if you have Don Dolindo in Naples? Go to him, he’s a saint!”
Don Dolindo wrote what Our Lord revealed to him about divine abandonment from the perspective of Jesus addressing the soul. The prayer of surrender can be read in its entirety, or prayed in nine shorter segments as a daily novena.
Interesting is also to note that Fr. Dolindo Ruotolo may have been the initial inspiration of Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary that Pope John Paul II added to the Most Holy Rosary in 2002!