Do we see the “Silver Lining” of our times? Great graces are flowing for Mother Church if we see it as a “stepping stone” rather than a “stubbling block.” … May we not be as the apostles who fled during Christ’s Calvary…
With Mary, and St. John the Beloved, may we go to our Calvary of these times, as the body of Christ, the Church. That the Resurrection graces may flow in full!
The program to be followed has been set forth.
God is calling forth an army of our times… to unite… to recognize His Heart and His Mind in all that is happening; seeking His Will individually and together.
Yesterday during prayer these thoughts came regarding our times… The message is pertinent for those who are interested. We’ll try to make it into an article as well.
Calling Forth the Army of our Times
Pope St. John Paul II drew us into this New Millennium by encouraging us to foster an intimate relationship with each person of the Most Holy Trinity.
In the year 2000 He wrote an Apostolic Letter Novo Millennio Ineunte (At the Beginning of the New Millennium) where he showed the faithful “how prayer can progress, as a genuine dialogue of love, to the point of rendering the person wholly possessed by the divine Beloved, vibrating at the Spirit’s touch, resting filially within the Father’s heart”.
So what does it mean to be “possessed by the divine Beloved”?… Listen on :)…
Possessed by my Beloved
Are you fearful of what you see in the News or on the Internet concerning war, comet due to hit the earth, earthquakes, tsunamis, natural disasters? This Podcasts should bring you peace and joy in the midst of any type of sufferings you may endure or watch loved ones endure.
Do Not Be Troubled or Afraid – Episode 4
We recently went on a week long juice fast, as a means of penance, growing in the spiritual life, and bettering our health for better service to God.
In this hour long podcast, we share some of what we learned, and what we are desiring to grow in, in order to “Put out into the Deep” in the spiritual life, as Pope St. John Paul II encourages all of us to do.
May we all have the grace to move forward in our lives in becoming “living-sacrifices” for our Divine Lord and Savior.