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Monday, November 26, 2012

A Real Life Angelic Visitation


Editorial - Padre Pio Letter

Editorial - Padre Pio Letter

Pope took priest's Medjugorje messages, sent seers rosaries | MEDJUGORJE TODAY

Pope took priest's Medjugorje messages, sent seers rosaries | MEDJUGORJE TODAY

November 25, 2012 Message to Marija

"Dear children! In this time of grace, I call all of you to renew prayer. Open yourselves to Holy Confession so that each of you may accept my call with the whole heart. I am with you and I protect you from the ruin of sin, but you must open yourselves to the way of conversion and holiness, that your heart may burn out of love for God. Give Him time and He will give Himself to you and thus, in the will of God you will discover the love and the joy of living. Thank you for having responded to my call."

Friday, November 16, 2012

God Answers a Woman's Prayer and Heals her of Leukemia


This is from the Lourdes live webcam from the internet. I took pictures of the desk monitor because i saw what looked like a Host shape in the picture and this was after the flood they just had. I never moved the camera and notice the really Bright light on the Mary statue in one picture and not the other. Just thought i would share these with you all. Peace St. Raphael

Monday, November 5, 2012

Apostles of the Holy Spirit

Apostles of the Holy Spirit

Padre Pio's Mysterious Encounters with Souls from Purgatory ~ Canterbury Tales by Dr. Taylor Marshall

Padre Pio's Mysterious Encounters with Souls from Purgatory ~ Canterbury Tales by Dr. Taylor Marshall

In God's Company 2: Prayer to the HOLY SPIRIT

In God's Company 2: Prayer to the HOLY SPIRIT


    Very nice prayer to the Holy Spirit written by Saint George Preca (A Maltese Priest canonised by Pope Benedict XVI in 2007)

Monday, November 05, 2012 Venerable Solanus Casey (1870-1957)

Barney Casey became one of Detroit’s best-known priests even though he was not allowed to preach formally or to hear confessions!
Barney came from a large family in Oak Grove, Wisconsin. At the age of 21, and after he had worked as a logger, a hospital orderly, a streetcar operator and a prison guard, he entered St. Francis Seminary in Milwaukee—where he found the studies difficult. He left there and, in 1896, joined the Capuchins in Detroit, taking the name Solanus. His studies for the priesthood were again arduous.
On July 24, 1904, he was ordained, but because his knowledge of theology was judged to be weak, Father Solanus was not given permission to hear confessions or to preach. A Franciscan Capuchin who knew him well said this annoying restriction "brought forth in him a greatness and a holiness that might never have been realized in any other way." During his 14 years as porter and sacristan in Yonkers, New York, the people there recognized him as a fine speaker. "For, though he was forbidden to deliver doctrinal sermons," writes his biographer, James Derum, "he could give inspirational talks, or feverinos, as the Capuchins termed them" (18:96). His spiritual fire deeply impressed his listeners.
Father Solanus served at parishes in Manhattan and Harlem before returning to Detroit, where he was porter and sacristan for 20 years at St. Bonaventure Monastery. Every Wednesday afternoon he conducted well-attended services for the sick. A co-worker estimates that on the average day 150 to 200 people came to see Father Solanus in the front office. Most of them came to receive his blessing; 40 to 50 came for consultation. Many people considered him instrumental in cures and other blessings they received.
Father Solanus’ sense of God’s providence inspired many of his visitors. "Blessed be God in all his designs" was one of his favorite expressions.
The many friends of Father Solanus helped the Capuchins begin a soup kitchen during the Depression. Capuchins are still feeding the hungry there today.
In 1946 in failing health, he was transferred to the Capuchin novitiate in Huntington, Indiana, where he lived until 1956 when he was hospitalized in Detroit. He died on July 31, 1957. An estimated 20,000 people passed by his coffin before his burial in St. Bonaventure Church in Detroit.
At the funeral Mass, Father Gerald, the provincial, said: "His was a life of service and love for people like me and you. When he was not himself sick, he nevertheless suffered with and for you that were sick. When he was not physically hungry, he hungere with people like you. He had a divine love for people. He loved people for what he could do for them —and for God, through them."
In 1960 a Father Solanus Guild was formed in Detroit to aid Capuchin seminarians. By 1967 the guild had 5,000 members—many of them grateful recipients of his practical advice and his comforting assurance that God would not abandon them in their trials. He was declared Venerable in 1995.  From Saint of the Day--AmericanCatholic.org

Saturday, November 3, 2012

HEAL ME O LORD - Don Moen (With Lyrics)




I dedicate this song to all the People who were affected by Hurricane Sandy and I Pray for their Loved ones they lost  and that God fills their Hearts with his Love and Holy Spirit and that God will give them all the Inner- Healing peace they need .Peace St. Raphael

Prayers for missing priest - SCO News

Prayers for missing priest - SCO News

In God's Company 2

In God's Company 2 

After Sandy: we rise, and we kneel