A few weeks ago I read that someone heard the last words from JPII were “Totus tuus.”
An article extensively published the quote:
The former papal secretary (Dziwisz) said the last words he heard the pope utter were “Totus tuus,” the pontiff’s Latin motto dedicating all of himself to Mary, mother of Jesus.
Now, the news is reporting the official Vatican report is JPII last words were “Let me go to the house of the Father,”
I found the Totus Tuus web site which explains that phrase is to: "motivate you to declare “Totus Tuus” to Christ, that is, “Totally Yours.”
Which is it? Is the phrase used to dediate one to Christ, Mary or is it up to the individual?