Mary has requested that the daily message be given each day to the world. It is read nightly at the prayer service from her Image Building in Clearwater, Florida, U.S.A. This is according to her request. All attempts will be made to publish this daily message to the world at 11 p.m. Eastern time, U.S.A.


We acknowledge that the final authority regarding these messages
rests with the Holy See of Rome.


I appear my children on this former bank building in Florida, Our Lady Clothed with the Sun.

January 21, 2006

January 22nd Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 4 Period I.
The Novena Rosary Mysteries  
for January 22nd are Glorious.

        

 

 

 

 

 

January 8, 2006

Feast of the Epiphany

Nursing Home Video #1

   

Messenger: Today is the Feast of the Epiphany, and it's January 8, 2006. In the past few years, our Lord has always had me come down and do this video on the Feast of the Epiphany. My name is Rita Ring, and today we will sing to the kings, and sing the song We Three Kings, and just be so grateful that God is our Savior and He loves us so very much.

Song: We Three Kings

Messenger: And this is a Nursing Home Video, and we want to say in this Nursing Home Video how much truly that Jesus LOVES YOU in the nursing homes, and Jesus wants you to offer up everything that you do, everyday, united to the Mass, and whether it's your sleeping or your eating, or whatever it is, Jesus is calling out to you to realize, that in offering up the simple things that you do in your suffering united to the Mass, that it can be a tremendous prayer that can help bring down grace, for the people of this earth the young people that may be struggling now, our leaders in public office, the people that are doing things that is not God's will.

    Your lives in the nursing home are so important to God.

    As we celebrate the Christmas season we think of Jesus as the Savior of the World, but He has put all of us here on this earth, to help in the work of redemption, to help to pray for the souls that they will go to heaven.

    And very soon, hopefully, we will be in heaven, and heaven is so tremendous, if we love and serve the Lord, God will take us to heaven. That is the most important thing that we do everyday is just trying to do God's will, in love.

    Our lives are so important, and so short, and we have such a short amount of time to learn how to love, to love God and to love each other.

    The divine Almighty God, the Son of God, came to this earth a little baby, in the stable, so that we could be with God for all eternity. Jesus paid the price for man's sins.

    Today we want to meditate on a mystery of the rosary, and I know it's the Christmas season and it's the Feast of the Epiphany, but the mystery that I'm going to meditate on is the Crucifixion. And the reason that Jesus wants me to meditate on the Crucifixion, because it is in realizing, that Jesus Who loved us so much, gave His life for us, that we will be able to love, Him and others, much better.

    You cannot help but look at the crucifix that is here. Look at the crucifix that is here, and see how beautiful Jesus is on this crucifix and how much He suffered for each and every one of us.

Song: We Three Kings

Messenger: And so we say one decade of the rosary, and we just say five Hail Mary's, and we're going to meditate on the Crucifixion.

Our Father

Our Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.
 

1. Messenger: The first Hail Mary here that we're meditating on the Crucifixion we want to look at Jesus on the cross, and see how much love He has for all of us. God died for our sins and He is risen. And He gave me a song that He said He wanted me to sing, all throughout the world. And the song is A Song from Jesus.

    Jesus says to us today, "I love you so much. I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you, I love you."

Song: A Song from Jesus

Messenger: And the beautiful Hail Mary, is such a wonderful prayer for us to pray, always. And that's a reminder for us to always realize that Mary is right by our side every single second. She appeared here, to lead us to the love of her Son.

    All through the day we can say that Hail Mary whenever we feel afraid, or tired, or we want to go to sleep and we've got pain, or whatever it is, we can say that Hail Mary all through the day. And Mary wants us to remember that she is right with us, always.

    We have a job to do till the day we take our last breath, and that is staying close to Jesus and offering up whatever we're doing, as a prayer. Your lives in the nursing home are so important. Pray, please, with me now.

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. * Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
 

2. Messenger: And we pray for all your urgent intentions and all our urgent intentions, and we pray for the priests, that we love so much that there'll be more and more, and for the Church and the world. And we pray that people will make the Sacred Heart the King and Center of their lives.

    And a lot of times we say, all through the day to each other, to help us be united in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, "I give my heart to Jesus and Mary with you in love."

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. * Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
 

3. Messenger: No fear. If we stay connected to God, we don't have to fear things on earth. We may have suffering, but if we're trying to do what's right and we live in the truth, we know that God is so close to us, and that's what He wants, He just wants to be closer and closer. And so we keep the Sacred Heart picture by our bed and the Immaculate Heart picture by our bed, as a reminder, how much Jesus loves you. And that is the message that I deliver to you today, that Jesus loves you so much and your life is so important.

    I want to sing this song. Maybe we can give you the words to this song too, so you can sing it.

Song: A Song from Jesus

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. * Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
 

4. Messenger: Remember, whatever you do all day, that it can make a difference. And we have these cards, and it says:
   


 

Messenger: And you should keep this card by your bed. Now we're going to give everybody one of those cards, and you keep that by your bed, and all through the day just remember what it says on the back:
 


 

Messenger: So you in the nursing home can make a big, big, big difference, by just offering up whatever you do all day, and say this prayer, uniting what you do with the Mass, for the priests.

    Our priests are so awesome. They bring us the Eucharist. Our Church is awesome, it's the bride of Christ. It's such a gift. And the world is God's world, and He loves the world and He loves all of us so much that He gave Himself, to His death on the cross and He remains with us, here today, truly present in the Eucharist. Let's say this prayer again:
 


 

    Now on this Feast of the Epiphany, we really want to think about light, and that's why we're here in the afternoon doing this video, because the sun usually shines in a special way on this window like a star, and the face of Jesus shows up and the crucifix is there.
 


 


 

Messenger: And we want to think about when we love, we're a light to the world. When people remember us, they remember, "Oh, they were so nice to us! They were a light." That's what God is calling you in the nursing home today even though you're suffering and you don't feel good, you still try to smile and be that light, offering up what you do, especially for the youth and the priests, just think of that.

Song: A Song from Jesus

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. * Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
 

5. Messenger: And I'm not sure if I said five or four so I'm going to say one more for good measure. And think of the greatest agonies that Jesus suffered on the cross were not the ones to His Body, but the ones to His Heart for so many people that don't even tell Jesus they love Him, and say thanks.

    So let's right now say Jesus, we love You so much, and we say THANKS, for all that You have given to us, especially this special sharing in Your life in Baptism.

Hail Mary

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed art thou among women, and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. * Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.
 

    And so then we say

Glory Be

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. * As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end. Amen.
 

    And if you forgot what the mysteries of the rosary were, we'll give you a big card with the mysteries on so you can think about it, like the Sorrowful Mysteries is Jesus in the agony in the garden, and then He got whipped at the pillar, and then His Head was crowned with thorns, and then He carried His cross, and then He died on the cross.

    And the Joyful Mysteries are celebrating that birth of Jesus, how the angel came to Mary, and Mary went to Elizabeth, and then Jesus was born in Bethlehem, and then Mary and Joseph take Jesus to the temple and Simeon tells Mary of the sufferings to come, and then finally, Jesus is lost in the temple.

    It's such a joy to just sit there and think about these mysteries, and it's so good for us and it can help the world when you do this prayer. You don't have to say all ten Hail Mary's if you can't. Say one and just think about the mystery. But stay connected to Mary and Jesus because They want you to. They want you to pray the rosary in the best way you can, and we have rosaries and these cards and we can give you a big list in big print, of the mysteries of the rosary. There's also a big print Nursing Home Book, and you might ask somebody to get this for you, and it has messages from Jesus. Listen to this one. This is the Morning Offering, it says:

   "My dear Father, I offer you this day all my prayers, works, joys, and sufferings in union with Jesus in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass throughout the world, in the Holy Spirit.

    I unite with our Mother, Mary, all the angels and saints, and all the souls in purgatory to pray to the Father for myself, for each member of my family, for my friends, for all people throughout the world, for all the souls in purgatory, and for all other intentions of the Sacred Heart.

    I love You, Jesus, and I give You my heart. I love you, Mary, and I give you my heart."

    And this book is so great, because it has great big print. Like you could just sit it on your lap, and if you can read, you can read these messages. Like Jesus says, "I wish a large print of meditations on some rosaries in the Red Rosary Book be included in the Nursing Home Book." So there they are, they're in the back - there's some rosary meditations. You could sit them there and you could just pray the rosary and meditate on those wonderful, wonderful, wonderful mysteries.

    You know here we are at the Virgin Mary site, and Mary appeared here and now Jesus' face can be seen, and Mary always likes me to play this song.

Song: Ave Maria

Messenger: Jesus is calling you today, Mary is calling you today. This is a call from Them, to offer up everything you do, everyday, for the priests, the Church and the world, because your lives are so important, and Jesus loves you so very much.

    And this is an old familiar song we're going to sing

Song: Immaculate Mary

Messenger: I give my heart to Jesus and Mary with you in love. We'll be united in our hearts, praying always, and offering up what we do trying to do God's will, in love, for the priests, the Church and the world. On this Epiphany, January 8, 2006, thank You Jesus for the gift that You have given to us here. Amen.

       

 

 

 

  God's Blue Book 5

 

November 1, 1994

You Are A Child of God! 

Jesus:  What you are is a child of God. Do not stop and think and focus on your hurts by your mother or father, by anyone you wanted to love you. See yourself as a child, created by God, the Father, with dignity, honor and abundant love.

    You are My child. Mary is Your mother forever by your side. You are a child of God. Forget all your past hurts and see yourself born this day with the heart God the Father created for you, so pure, so loving, so full of dignity to be God's beloved child! In baptism you receive a special sharing in My life. You are created in My own image and likeness. You are a child of God.

    Be a child, pure in your heart, free of hurts and anger and realize your specialness to be created uniquely by God the Father. You are God's child. You are God's precious one. You are the child I shed My blood for. You are the child My Mother suffered for. She appears now, she cries out to you as the most loving mother "come home to the Heart of my Son, on fire for love of you, through my Immaculate Heart. I place you deeply into the furnace of Jesus' love!"

Messenger:  Close your eyes and see yourself, this little child, the son or daughter of the Father. You have a Divine lineage, you are heirs to His Kingdom. Close your eyes and be lost in God's love.

  

 

Rosaries from Blue Book 5

     

December 12, 1994

Joyful - Basic

This rosary, December 12, 1994, was given as Mary appeared that evening at 6:30 in the back of the Rosary Chapel at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center.

 

The Joyful Mysteries

Song: Ave Maria

The Annunciation

  1. In the sixth month the angel Gabriel was sent by God to a town in Galilee called Nazareth, to a virgin betrothed to a man named Joseph, of the House of David; and the virgin's name was Mary. He went in and said to her, 'Rejoice, you who enjoy God's favour! the Lord is with you.'  Luke 1:26-28  
  2. Hail Mary...
  3. R. In response to the angel Mary said, "yes". She always complied to the will of the Father. She always trusted and had such faith.
  4. Song: Come Holy Spirit
  5. R. Mary was filled with the Holy Spirit and the Word was made flesh.
  6. R. There was such intimacy between Jesus and Mary from the first moment of conception.
  7. R. Jesus grew inside of Mary’s body.
  8. R. It was in her womb that His most precious Sacred Heart was formed.
  9. R. Joseph was filled with fear and an angel of the Lord appeared to him and told him to be not afraid.
  10. R. When we receive Jesus in the Eucharist He is no less present than when Mary carried Him inside of her womb.

Song: O Holy Mary

Song: Ave Maria

The Visitation

  1. R. Mary went to visit her cousin Elizabeth.
  2. R. When she saw Elizabeth the babe in Elizabeth’s womb leapt for joy.
  3. R. Mary was filled with the Holy Spirit and cried out with a loud voice her Magnificat.
  4. The Magnificat

    And Mary said:
    My soul proclaims
    the greatness of the Lord
    and my spirit rejoices
    in God my Saviour;  
    Luke 1: 46-47

     

  5. for the Almighty
    has done great things for me.
    Holy is his name,  
    Luke 1: 49

     

  6. because he has looked upon
    the humiliation of his servant.
    Yes, from now onwards
    all generations will call me blessed, 
    Luke 1: 48

     

  7. R. Jesus wants us to realize how truly present He is inside of us each time that we receive Him in the Eucharist. We receive the true Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who comes inside of us with such love.
  8. R. If we saw Mary this day carrying Jesus we would jump for joy, but we receive Jesus every day when we go to Communion and He is no less present inside of us.
  9. Hail Mary...
  10. Song: O Come, O Come Emmanuel

 

The Birth of Jesus

1. R. Put yourself in the stable in Bethlehem and see Mary and Joseph as they anxiously await the birth of Jesus.

2. R. Jesus is born.

3. R. The cows and sheep are there to keep Him warm.

4. Song: Angels We Have Heard on High (verse 1)

5. Song: Angels We Have Heard on High (refrain)

6. Song: Away in the Manger

7. Song: O Come All Ye Faithful

8. Song: What Child Is This

9. Hail Mary...

10. Hail Mary...

Song: Ave Maria

 

The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple 

1. R. See Mary and Joseph as they bring the Baby Jesus to the temple to be circumcised.

2. R. Mary holds her tender Baby Jesus so close to her and Simeon prophesizes the sufferings that she and Jesus would suffer.

3. Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, 'Look, he is destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel, destined to be a sign that is opposed --  Luke 2:34

4. and a sword will pierce your soul too -- so that the secret thoughts of many may be laid bare.'  Luke 2:35

5. R. From that moment on whenever Mary looked at her beloved Son the prophecy of Simeon was close in her heart.

6. R. See her as she gazes so tenderly into the eyes of her beloved Son.

7. Song: Mary’s Song

8. R. How well the Heart of Mary knows the Heart of Jesus. She looked at Him so tenderly as a baby. She peered into His eyes on Calvary.

9. R. And how many times her heart was pierced with a sword during His bitter Passion as she stood under His cross and beheld the One that she held as a Baby when Simeon told her this prophecy.

10. R. If we could see through Mary’s eyes all that Jesus suffered for us, all that He underwent all through His life in greatest love for us. She comes to tell us of this great love that He has for each and every one of us. See through her eyes, see her Son  from His infancy to His ascension into heaven as she saw Him. Go to His most Sacred Heart through her most precious Heart that pondered Him and His love.

Song: Ave Maria

The Finding of Jesus in the Temple 

1. Every year his parents used to go to Jerusalem for the feast of the Passover. When he was twelve years old, they went up for the feast as usual.   Luke 2: 41-42

2. R. They had gone a day’s journey before they realized that Jesus was still behind.

3. R. With their hearts in deepest sorrowing they returned to Jerusalem to look for their beloved Son.

4. R. Faith and trust always in God, Mary’s Heart always trusted, even in all her sorrow she always knew that the Father loved her.

5. R. They found Jesus in the temple and He was talking to the teachers and they were astounded at His wisdom.

6. They were overcome when they saw him, and his mother said to him, 'My child, why have you done this to us? See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you.'  Luke 2:48

7. R. And He told Mary and Joseph that He had to be about His Father’s business. He then went down and was subject to them.

8. R. Mary, if we ever wander from Jesus’ most Sacred Heart, lead us back to the love of Jesus’ Heart.

9. R. She is the key to lead us to the greatest intimacy with Jesus. It is through her Immaculate Heart that we will be led ever closer to Him.

10. Song: Sweet Sacrament We Thee Adore

Song: Ave Maria

 

December 17, 1994 - Saturday

Messenger:  December 17, 1994 Mary appeared, 6:30, at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center. I received the following rosary.

Joyful Mysteries - Basic

The Annunciation

  1. Messenger: The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary. "Mary said, ‘You see before you the Lord’s servant, let it happen to me as you have said.’ And the angel left her." (Lk 1:38).
  2. She always had such trust and faith in the Father. She always complied with the Father’s Will. She said yes to the angel.
  3. She was filled with the Holy Spirit and the Word became Flesh.
  4. Song: Come Holy Spirit, Fill Our Hearts . . .
  5. There was such intimacy between Mary and Jesus from the first moment of conception.
  6. His little life grew within her body.
  7. It was in her womb that the most Sacred Heart of Jesus was formed.
  8. Joseph was filled with fear and an angel of the Lord appeared to him and told him to be not afraid.
  9. He loved and supported Mary.
  10. Song: O Holy Dwelling Place of God

The Visitation

  1. Messenger: Mary went to visit her cousin Elizabeth.
  2. When she arrived, the child in Elizabeth’s womb leapt for joy.
  3. Mary was filled with the Holy Spirit and cried out in a loud voice the Magnificat.
  4. Song: My Soul Rejoices in God My Savior
  5. Jesus is no less present when He comes inside of us when we receive the Eucharist than He was the day that Mary carried Him inside of her womb. If we saw Mary with Jesus in her womb, we would be in awe of God inside of her, but He comes inside of us in His Divinity and Humanity, and He is present to us. We should be so flattered that Jesus comes inside of us.
  6. He wants so much intimacy and love with us.
  7. This is our beloved Savior. He longs and He waits for us to come and to receive Him, and to sit with Him in front of the tabernacle.
  8. Song: O Come, O Come Emmanuel
  9. A voice cries out in the wilderness: Prepare the way of the Lord!
  10. Hail Mary...

The Birth of Jesus

  1. Messenger: Jesus was born in a stable because there was no room for Him in the inn.
  2. He had not a place to lay His head. He laid His head in a manger at birth and it hung from a cross at His death.
  3. The sheep and the cows kept Him warm.
  4. Song: Angels We Have Heard on High
  5. Jesus comes to us now as He was born in a stable, in quietness. He comes inside of our hearts.
  6. Song: Away in a Manger
  7. Song: O Come let us Adore Him (refrain)
  8. What the birth of the baby Jesus did for salvation history!
  9. Jesus loved us so much that He humbled Himself to be born a human.
  10. Hail Mary...

The Presentation in the Temple

  1. Messenger: See Joseph and Mary as they take Jesus to the temple to be circumcised.
  2. The prophet Simeon predicts the sufferings of Jesus and Mary.
  3. And a sword, too, shall pierce thy heart.
  4. "As the child’s father and mother were wondering at the things that were being said about him, Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, ‘Look, he is destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel, destined to be a sign that is opposed -’ ".
  5. See the tender eyes of Mary look into Jesus’ beautiful baby eyes with such love. And see her eyes look into His eyes as He carries His cross on Calvary.
  6. How her heart was pierced with a sword. See her. See all the sorrows that she went through. See through her eyes all the sufferings that she saw Jesus suffer for love of us. She calls us to see through her eyes the love of her beloved Son.
  7. Song: I Rocked Him as a Baby
  8. Stand under the cross with our beloved Mary and see through her eyes. Helpless, she stands and watches her Son for three agonizing hours as He breathes His last breath and sheds His last drop of Blood and gives the last beat of His Heart . . .the greatest love for each and every one of us.
  9. How do we think about Mary who mothers us as she mothered Jesus, who is forever by our side with the most intense love? Mary, please help us to have a closer union with you so that the Holy Spirit can transform our hearts more into the image of Jesus, your Precious Son.
  10. Song: I Rocked Him as a Baby

The Finding of Jesus in the Temple

  1. Messenger: See Mary and Joseph as they take Jesus up to the temple for the feast of the Passover when He was twelve years old.
  2. They had gone a day’s journey before they realized that they had left their beloved Jesus behind.
  3. Think of the sorrow in their hearts to lose their beloved Jesus. Think of how it would be to lose your beloved child.
  4. With hearts full of greatest sorrow, they returned to Jerusalem to find their beloved child.
  5. After searching for three long days, they found Him teaching in the temple.
  6. And she said to Him: "...’My child, why have you done this to us? See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you’."(Lk 2:48).
  7. And He told them that He had to be about His Father’s business, and He went down and became subject to them.
  8. Mary, please lead us to the Eucharist. He is truly present there, no less present than He was when you searched for Him and found Him in the temple. And He comes to us with greatest love, and longs for us to realize His presence and how He remains with us this day with greatest love.
  9. Mary, please lead us to the Eucharist, to your Son, Jesus Christ, who waits endless hours in the tabernacle longing and thirsting for souls to come and be with Him. Open our blind eyes through your Immaculate Heart. Help us to realize your Son’s immense love for us.
  10. Song: Sweet Sacrament We Thee Adore (Refrain).

    

December 21, 1994

Feast of St. Peter Canisius

Glorious Mysteries

 

Resurrection

1.  Jesus died to bring us new life. After being locked in the tomb for three days after His crucifixion, He arose on the third day as He foretold.
2.  When we suffer sometimes it seems so hard to bear, but in all the suffering, if we cooperate with the will of God, there is a deeper sharing in His life that this suffering brings, the life that Jesus wants us to share when we go through this suffering.
3.  He came that we might have a share in His life, so that we might have life and have it to the full.
4.  Mary Magdalene and some of the others went to the tomb. The stone had been rolled back.
5.  Jesus appeared to Mary Magdalene. She didn't know who He was at first, but then she realized that it was Jesus. He told her not to touch Him because He had not gone to His Father yet.
6.  Jesus appeared to the apostles. They had locked themselves in a room because they were afraid.
7.  He traveled with two men on the way to Emmaus and recounted to them the scriptures that referred to Him from Moses and all the prophets.
8.  When they got to Emmaus, they sat at table and He broke bread and blessed it. Then they recognized Him, but He vanished from their sight.
9.  Later He appeared to the apostles. Thomas was with them and he wanted to put his hands into Jesus' hands and feet. And Jesus said, "Blessed are those who have not seen and yet believe."
10.  Jesus gave to them the power to baptize and to forgive sins.   
 

The Ascension

1.  When we are baptized, we share in God's life in a special way.
2.  He took them out to the town of Bethany and gave them His final blessing.
3.  Then he raised His arms and ascended into heaven.
4.  Think of this. Jesus rose from the dead and He ascended into heaven.
5.  He died - He rose from the dead - He ascended into heaven.
6.  "But our homeland is in heaven and it is from there that we are expecting a Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transfigure the wretched body of ours into the mould of his glorious body, through the working of the power which he has, even to bring all things under his mastery." Phillipians 3:20-21
7.  Think of Mary and the apostles and how they felt to see Jesus leave.
8.  Jesus is truly present today in the Holy Eucharist, He remains with us in love.
9.  Song:  A Song From Jesus - I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior.
10.  He gives us a special sharing in His life in baptism. Song:  I Am the Bread of Life.

John 6: 53-58

Jesus replied to them:

In all truth I tell you,
if you do not eat
   the flesh of the Son of man
and drink his blood,
you have no life in you.
Anyone who does eat my flesh
   and drink my blood
has eternal life,
and I shall raise that person up
   on the last day.
For my flesh is real food
and my blood is real drink.
Whoever eats my flesh
   and drinks my blood
lives in me
and I live in that person.
As the living Father sent me
and I draw life from the Father,
so whoever eats me
   will also draw life from me.
This is the bread
   which has come down from heaven;
it is not like the bread our ancestors ate:
they are dead,
but anyone who eats this bread
   will live for ever.

        

The Descent of the Holy Spirit

1.  "John baptised with water but, not many days from now, you are going to be baptised with the Holy Spirit.’" Acts 1: 5
2. "When Pentecost day came round, they had all met together, when suddenly there came from heaven a sound as of a violent wind which filled the entire house in which they were sitting;" Acts 2: 1-2
3. "and there appeared to them tongues as of fire; these separated and came to rest on the head of each of them." Acts 2: 3
4.  "They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak different languages as the Spirit gave them power to express themselves." Acts 2: 4
5.  And the apostles were transformed from fear to fearlessness.
6.  Holy Spirit, transform us to be more and more like Christ so that we may be led to deeper union with the Father, through Mary's Immaculate Heart. Mary, please help us to be joined ever so closely to your Immaculate Heart.
7.  Song:  Come Holy Ghost (1st verse)
8.  The apostles that were once full of fear, now went out to preach the Gospel and all understood. And where they were once so fearful, now they were not afraid. They were fearless and transformed through the power of the Holy Spirit and His magnificent grace.
9.  Holy Spirit, impart to us the grace that we need to be drawn ever closer to the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through His most loving Mother. Help us to have the courage to do that which God has created us to do and to follow the plan of the Father. Where we were once full of fear, make us now fearless to follow Your calling.
10.  Song:  Come Holy Spirit, fill our hearts

  

The Assumption of Mary into Heaven

1.  Mary remained on the earth a long time after Jesus' death.
2.  And when her time had come, she was taken up into heaven.
3.  She loved Jesus so much.
4.  Mary is with God forever in heaven.
5.  Mary has the closest union to God.
6.  She is our Heavenly Mother. She wants to guide us to an ever closer and intimate union with her most precious Son. It is through her Immaculate Heart that we will achieve a most intimate union in the inner recesses of His Most Sacred Heart.
7.  All that is of any account, is always rooted in God. The greater our union here on earth, the greater our union will be with the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit when we get to heaven, which is our true home.
8.  Jesus longs to be ever closer and closer and closer to us. In order to have this intense union with Him, it is necessary to realize the oneness between Jesus and Mary, and go through Mary's Immaculate Heart to reach such deep union with Him.
9.  Mary, hold us so close to your heart; mother us. Help us to know you as our most Loving Mother whom Jesus gave to us, and lead us to such close intimacy to your Beloved Son and His Most Sacred Heart.
10.  Holy Spirit, please transform us more and more into the image and likeness of Jesus.

 

Coronation of Mary as Queen of Heaven and Earth

1.  Now Mary reigns with her Beloved Son in the courts of heaven.
2.  "Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars." Revelation 12: 1
3.  "What no eye has seen and no ear has heard, what the mind of man cannot visualise; all that God has prepared for those who love him;" 1 Corinthians 2:9
4.  Such preciousness, those moments after communion, this special union with Jesus. Such burning love He has for us, and we love Him. We share a most intimate communion with Jesus. Our union with Jesus here below is a speck amount compared to the intense union that we will have with Him that will last forever and ever and ever and never end in heaven.
5.  This intense union that we have with Jesus and with Mary leads us ever closer and closer to the most tender love of Our Father in the Holy Spirit.
6.  No person, nothing that we experience here can ever compare to the intimate union that we have interiorly with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit in union with Mary.
7.  That is what heaven is: this unending intense union with the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit, and seeing Mary and being with her and all the angels and saints in such bliss forever and ever and ever.
8.  Song:  Hail Holy Queen Enthroned Above - 1st verse and refrain
9.  Song:  Ave Maria, Gratia plena, Dominus tecum, Benedicta tu
10.  Mary is with us this very day. Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist. This is God's world. Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist with the most ardent love for each one of us. Jesus remains in the Eucharist and longs and waits for each one of us. And someday we can be forever in such intense union with the Father and the Son and the Holy Spirit, in union with Mary and the angels and saints forever and ever and ever in heaven. We cannot imagine in any way what heaven is like. God's Divine embrace in heaven, such a gift.

 

Messenger:  The Blessed Mother appeared to me during this rosary. It was a live rosary transcribed from a tape. I received this during Mary's apparition. I was there with my two children and Marty while Mary appeared.
 

 

The Seven Sorrows of the Blessed Virgin Mary
  

1.  The Prophecy of Simeon.   And a sword, too, shall pierce your heart, O Mary.

 

2.  The Flight into Egypt.  "After they had left, suddenly the angel of the Lord appeared to Joseph in a dream and said, ‘Get up, take the child and his mother with you, and escape into Egypt, and stay there until I tell you, because Herod intends to search for the child and do away with him.’ So Joseph got up and, taking the child and his mother with him, left that night for Egypt, where he stayed until Herod was dead. This was to fulfil what the Lord had spoken through the prophet: I called my son out of Egypt. Herod was furious on realising that he had been fooled by the wise men, and in Bethlehem and its surrounding district he had all the male children killed who were two years old or less, reckoning by the date he had been careful to ask the wise men. Then were fulfilled the words spoken through the prophet Jeremiah: A voice is heard in Ramah, lamenting and weeping bitterly: it is Rachel weeping for her children, refusing to be comforted because they are no more."  Matthew 2: 13-18

 

3.  The loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple.   Think of Mary's and Joseph's hearts in such sorrow as they search for the child Jesus.

 

4.  Jesus and Mary meet on the Way to the Cross.   Such intense suffering as they peer into one another eyes: but joy to see the other.

 

5.  Jesus Dies on the Cross.   Stand with Mary under the cross and see through her eyes her Beloved Son as He hangs on the cross, as He dies. Her little beloved child that she once held in her arms, now she sees Him hang from the cross.

 

6.  Mary Receives His Lifeless Body under the Cross.   Such love this Mother had for her Son and has for each one of us this day. Such love Jesus has for us that He gave His life, and such love that the Father has for us that He gave His Son. Jesus calls out to us to realize this intense love that He has for us, that He truly died and was laid in His Mother's arms without a breath in His body. He gave Himself in compliance to the Father's will and in greatest love for us. He calls out to us this day to take this seriously: that this is His world; our every breath depends on Him; our every heartbeat depends on Him; and we do nothing without God. But He calls us only to love, love of God and love of one another. Reach out and spread His love to this hurting world. This is our calling this day. Do not be blinded by the world. Pray to the Holy Spirit, to see the world through God's eyes and see as God wants us to see this world. We are His servants to spread His love to this world and He longs and waits for us to come to Him to receive this love that He pours out in abundance to us so that we can love our brothers as He wants to love through us.
Jesus:  I call you My children to love; love of one another. Will you answer this call this day? Turn not a deaf ear to Me. Open up your hearts and let Me enter in. I want to love through you, My beloved ones. I love you with the dearest love. My Heart is open and on fire for each one of you. Come and I will pour My love out to you.

 

7.  Jesus is placed in the Tomb.   And Mary weeps bitterly outside.

    

  

December 23, 1994

Agonies of the heart...the greatest of all agonies

Messenger:  On December 23, 1994, I received the following rosary at Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center. I met Harold and his family.
 

 

Sorrowful Mysteries


 

Agony in the Garden

1. Messenger:  Be there with our beloved Jesus in the garden. Hear the sounds of the night. See Him as He kneels in such anguish, seeing all the things that are about to happen with His coming Passion.

2. And He cries out to His Father. Luke 22:42 " 'Father,' he said, 'if you are willing, take this cup away from me. Nevertheless, let your will be done, not mine.' "

3. Agonies of the heart...the greatest of all agonies. Jesus saw before Him the souls that He loved so dearly. Many souls would neglect Him and treat Him with such indifference.

4. The agonies He suffered to His Heart were so immense. The wounds in His Heart so deep.

5. He saw before Him all of His most beloved souls that would be condemned to eternal damnation despite all the sufferings that He was about to undergo.

6. His agony was so great that His sweat became as great drops of Blood upon the ground.

7. This is the reality: God runs the world. Jesus truly suffered for love of us. He gave His life and He suffered in the garden for all the sins that we are committing this day.

8. He saw before Him His entire Passion: the blows, the spitting, His death on the cross. He saw this. With greatest love of us, He endured the Passion to the end.

9. He was filled with such anguish and suffering that an angel of the Lord appeared to Him to comfort Him.

10. He waits endless hours in the tabernacle today. Jesus Christ, the Son of God in His Divinity and His humanity, waits for us to come and to be with Him. He said in the garden: Matthew 26:40-41 "He came back to the disciples and found them sleeping, and he said to Peter, 'So you had not the strength to stay awake with me for one hour? Stay awake, and pray not to be put to the test. The spirit is willing enough, but human nature is weak.' " Can we visit Him today in the tabernacle?

 


 

Scourging at the Pillar

1. Messenger: See Jesus as they tie Him to the pillar. He is God-made-man.

2. With anger in their hearts, they beat Jesus to the point of their own exhaustion.

3. Hear the sounds as they beat Jesus. They hit His precious back. Hear the blows over and over again as it tears at His flesh. Do you hear Jesus as He makes whimpering sounds? The men are filled with anger and hatred, and they beat Jesus with great force.

4. Do we have any idea what it is like to suffer as Jesus suffered for love of us?

5. How deep are the wounds that covered His entire Body as they stood by mercilessly and they beat Him?

6. Think of how Jesus suffered. Be there at the pillar and hear the sounds. See what He went through: their anger and their voices hollering at Jesus. He was mercilessly tied to the pillar while they struck Him, God Who is all love.

7. SONG: A Song from Jesus

8. SONG: Teach Me to Love With Your Heart (verse 1)

9. SONG: Teach Me to Love With Your Heart (verse 2)

10. SONG: Teach Me to Love With Your Heart (verse 3)

 


 

The Crowning of Thorns

1. Messenger: They pounded a piercing crown of thorns into Jesus' most precious head.

2. They put a dirty purple robe on Jesus and they sat Him on a throne. They mocked Him and they spit on Him, and they hollered ugly slanders against Him.

3. SONG: God's Love (verse 1)

4. SONG: God's Love (verse 4)

5. He is truly here with us, and His Heart is ablaze with love that radiates for us. We are His beloved ones. He withstood all this torture so that we might have eternal life, so that He might have the deepest union with us. And some day, if we go to heaven, we will be forever united to Jesus, the Father, and the Holy Spirit in such close union that will last forever and ever and ever. He shed and gave His last drop of Blood for love of each one of us.

6. SONG: A Song from Jesus

7. He is present in the tabernacle with such love for each one of us as He had the day they crowned Him with thorns and poked Him and spat on Him. He is with us this day, no less present than the day He was scourged and crowned with thorns. He loves us so much. He shed His Blood and gave the last beat of His Heart.

8. Hail Mary.....

9. Hail Mary.....

10. Hail Mary.....

 


 

Jesus Carries His Cross

1. Messenger:  He carried His cross on His most precious shoulder. The weight was so heavy that it felt as if His shoulder would break. He did not give up His cross. When the weight was too heavy for Him to bear, He collapsed under the weight of it.

2. SONG: Under the Weight of the Wood

3. Jesus traveled with His cross on His back. His Heart was in such anguish for all the souls that would reject the grace for eternal salvation that He would merit for them.

4. Jesus is our focus. The more we are drawn to the immense love of this most Sacred Heart, the more we realize how He is truly alive this day. He loves each one of us. We will experience the peace, the joy, and the love that He wants us to have. We will be His lights shining in this world.

5. He has DIVINE LIFE and DIVINE LOVE in His most Sacred Heart. He outpours HIS LIFE TO US. He merited this grace for us by His death on the cross.

6. As His Mother walked along side of Him on Calvary, she walks along side of each of us. She never leaves our side. She withstood all this suffering. She knew what it was like to suffer. She did not take anything to relieve the suffering and she did not leave His side. She withstood such suffering, standing by His side. She stands by our side as we walk our path, which sometimes seems like a slow Calvary. But Mary is by our side with such love. She gives us her maternal love. She mothers us as the most perfect Mother. God the Father chose Mary as Mother of Jesus and us.

7. When our path is so hard we must realize Mary is always with us. It is God's grace that will get us through.

8. Jesus' grace is sufficient for every trial that you are experiencing this day. We must go to Him, go to His most Sacred Heart through Mary's Immaculate Heart. Mary leads us to Him. He is Love.

9. SONG: Little Baby Hands and Feet (verse 1)

10. SONG: Little Baby Hands and Feet (verse 2)

 

 

Jesus is Crucified and Dies on the Cross

1. Messenger:  See Mary as she holds the tender feet and the tender hands of the Child Jesus. And see her as she sees them nail His precious hands and feet with big nails into the cross.

2. How deep are the wounds in Thy precious hands and Thy feet, oh Jesus? How deep, oh Jesus, are the wounds to Your Heart? You suffered so for souls. Oh precious Jesus, fill our hearts with Your divine love and Your divine grace so that we may never wound Thy Sacred Heart with indifference, with neglect. Fill us with Your divine life so that we will always be drawn to the source of real life which is only found in You. I am sorry for all who neglect you in the Holy Eucharist.

3. You gave Your very flesh, You gave all the Blood in Your veins. You spread Your arms and You gave Your all for love of us, dear Jesus. And this day, You give Yourself in Your Divinity and Your humanity, with greatest love, in the Holy Eucharist. Help us, dear Jesus, to be deeply aware that you are truly the Son of God and that when we receive You, we receive God in our hearts.

4. SONG: A Song From Jesus

5. You ask us to love God and love one another. You were beaten for love of our brothers. Why can't we love our brothers? You call us to love as You loved us. You call us to give our lives for our brothers.

6. Oh Mary, as you stand under the cross, how deep is the anguish to your Heart? You have no wounds, you have no scars. You're supported by your beloved John. And this day you walk by our side and you support us as we walk what seems to be a Calvary sometimes. You forever walk by our side and hold us up with such motherly love. You gave Jesus such love as you stood under His cross. Thank you, Mary, for the love that you outpour to us.

7. SONG: I Love You Jesus (verse 1)

8. Let us see, Oh Mary, through your eyes, the love that your precious Son has for us. Let us be joined ever closer to the tender Heart of Jesus through your most Immaculate Heart. Jesus gave the last drop of His Blood and the last beat of His Heart for love of us.

9. SONG: I Love You, Jesus (verse 2)

10. SONG: I Love You, Jesus (verse 3)

   

 
December 1994

Rosaries from the Hearts of Jesus and Mary
from Mary's Daily Apparitions

 

Joyful Mysteries 

Annunciation

(1)  The Word became flesh, ...  John 1: 14

(2)  Look! You are to conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you must name him Jesus. He will be great and will be called Son of the Most High... Luke 1: 31-32

(3)  ...And so the child will be holy and will be called Son of God.  Luke 1: 35

(4)  And I tell you this too: your cousin Elizabeth also, in her old age, has conceived a son, and she whom people called barren is now in her sixth month, for nothing is impossible to God.’  Luke 1: 36-37 

(5)  Mary said, ‘You see before you the Lord’s servant, let it happen to me as you have said.’  Luke 1: 38

(6)  Jesus:  Be with Me in the first station of My cross, I am condemned to death. I said yes - Your Mother said 'yes'. I said 'yes' I gave My life for you.

(7)  ... I lay down my life ... No one takes it from me; I lay it down of my own free will, and as I have power to lay it down, so I have power to take it up again; and this is the command I have received from my Father. John 10: 17-18

(8)  Think of Mary's FIAT.

(9)  Jesus gave His all for us.

(10) We are called to say yes to God — to serve Him - to live all for the glory and honor of God and 

Mary:  live to do the will of the Father in love.

  

Visitation

(1)  Mary is the singular vessel — Mary loved Father, Son and Holy Spirit. She went with love to serve and support and strengthen her frail cousin.

(2)    and his faithful love extends age after age 
            to those who fear him.
  Luke 1: 50

(3)    He has used the power of his arm,
        he has routed the arrogant of heart.
        He has pulled down princes
            from their thrones
                 and raised high the lowly.  Luke 1: 51-52

(4)    He has filled the starving with good things,
            sent the rich away empty.
        He has come to the help
             of Israel his servant,
                mindful of his faithful love
        —according to the promise
            he made to our ancestors—
        of his mercy to Abraham
            and to his descendants for ever.  Luke 1: 53-55

(5)  Mary stayed with her some three months and then went home.  Luke 1: 56

(6)  Jesus accepted His cross. He took up His cross. Mary did God's will to humbly serve, support & strengthen her cousin. 

Jesus:  I give you strength and mercy.

(7)  Jesus:  I died for your sins.

(8)  Jesus:  I give you healing.

(9)  Jesus:  I give you compassion.

(10)  Live to serve and love God.

  

Birth of Jesus

(1)  ... and laid him in a manger because there was no room for them in the living–space. Luke 2: 7

(2)  Today in the town of David a Saviour has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.  Luke 2: 11

(3)  And here is a sign for you: you will find a baby wrapped in swaddling clothes and lying in a manger.’  Luke 2: 12

(4)  And all at once with the angel there was a great throng of the hosts of heaven, praising God with the words: Glory to God in the highest heaven, and on earth peace for those he favours.  Luke 2: 13-14

(5)  After Jesus had been born at Bethlehem in Judaea during the reign of King Herod, suddenly some wise men came to Jerusalem from the east asking, ‘Where is the infant king of the Jews? We saw his star as it rose and have come to do him homage.’ ... And suddenly the star they had seen rising went forward and halted over the place where the child was. The sight of the star filled them with delight, and going into the house they saw the child with his mother Mary, and falling to their knees they did him homage. Then, opening their treasures, they offered him gifts of gold and frankincense and myrrh.   Matthew 2: 1-2, 9-11

(6)  Mary:  I treasured all these things and kept them in my heart.

(7)  Jesus: I am lovingly holding you and protecting you just as your mother did to Me. I hold you, nourish you, and protect you.

(8)  Jesus:  I love you so much.

(9)  Jesus:  I died, I rose for you.

(10)  Jesus:  I give you a special sharing in My life through baptism.

       

Presentation

(1)  It had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death until he had set eyes on the Christ of the Lord.  Luke 2: 26

(2)  ‘Look, he is destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel, destined to be a sign that is opposed—  Luke 2: 34

(3)  There was a prophetess, too, Anna the daughter of Phanuel, of the tribe of Asher. She was well on in years. Her days of girlhood over, she had been married for seven years before becoming a widow. She was now eighty–four years old and never left the Temple, serving God night and day with fasting and prayer. She came up just at that moment and began to praise God; and she spoke of the child to all who looked forward to the deliverance of Jerusalem.  Luke 2: 36-38

(4)  Jesus meets His mother on the way to Calvary.

(5)  Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, ... and a sword will pierce your soul too—so that the secret thoughts of many may be laid bare.’  Luke 2: 34-35

(6)  ... and when the parents brought in the child Jesus to do for him what the Law required,   Luke 2: 27

(7)  Look at Mary & Jesus' eyes meet on Calvary.

(8)  See Simeon hold the child.

(9)  Listen to Simeon' prophecy.  

Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, ‘Look, he is destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel, destined to be a sign that is opposed—and a sword will pierce your soul too—so that the secret thoughts of many may be laid bare.’  Luke 2: 34-35

(10)  Through baptism we receive a special sharing in His life.

  

Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple

(1)  Simeon blessed them and said to Mary his mother, ‘Look, he is destined for the fall and for the rise of many in Israel, destined to be a sign that is opposed—and a sword will pierce your soul too—so that the secret thoughts of many may be laid bare.’  Luke 2: 34-35

(2)  Every year his parents used to go to Jerusalem for the feast of the Passover. When he was twelve years old, they went up for the feast as usual.  Luke 2: 41-42

(3)  When the days of the feast were over and they set off home, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem without his parents knowing it.  Luke 2: 43

(4)  It happened that, three days later, they found him in the Temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them, and asking them questions; and all those who heard him were astounded at his intelligence and his replies.  Luke 2: 46-47

(5)  They were overcome when they saw him, and his mother said to him, ‘My child, why have you done this to us? See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you.’    Luke 2: 48

(6)  He replied, ‘Why were you looking for me? Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?’  Luke 2: 49

(7)  He went down with them then and came to Nazareth and lived under their authority.  Luke 2: 51

(8)  Then Jesus came with them to a plot of land called Gethsemane;  ... And going on a little further he fell on his face and prayed. ‘My Father,’ he said, ‘if it is possible, let this cup pass me by. Nevertheless, let it be as you, not I, would have it.’  Matthew 26: 36, 39

(9)  Jesus:  I obeyed My Father. I died on the cross.

(10)  Mary:  My babies are suffering.

 

The Word became flesh, ...  John 1: 14

  

December 1994

Rosaries from the Hearts of Jesus and Mary
from Mary's Daily Apparitions

Glorious Mysteries

  

Resurrection

(1)  Jesus died for us.  

(2)  Jesus rose.

(3)  Jesus gives us a special sharing in His life at baptism.

(4)  Think of that — Jesus rose from the tomb — Jesus rose from the dead.

(5)  Mary Magdalene came to the tomb and the stone had been rolled back.

(6)  But Mary was standing outside near the tomb, weeping. Then, as she wept, she stooped to look inside, and saw two angels in white sitting where the body of Jesus had been, one at the head, the other at the feet. They said, ‘Woman, why are you weeping?’ ‘They have taken my Lord away,’ she replied, ‘and I don’t know where they have put him.’  John 20: 11-13

(7)  As she said this she turned round and saw Jesus standing there, though she did not realise that it was Jesus. Jesus said to her, ‘Woman, why are you weeping? Who are you looking for?’ Supposing him to be the gardener, she said, ‘Sir, if you have taken him away, tell me where you have put him, and I will go and remove him.’ Jesus said, ‘Mary!’ She turned round then and said to him in Hebrew, ‘Rabbuni!’—which means Master.  John 20: 14-16

Messenger:  Imagine how Mary Magdalene felt to see Jesus.

(8)   Jesus said to her, ‘Do not cling to me, because I have not yet ascended to the Father. John 20: 17

(9)   In the evening of that same day, the first day of the week, the doors were closed in the room where the disciples were, for fear of the Jews. Jesus came and stood among them. He said to them, ‘Peace be with you,’ and, after saying this, he showed them his hands and his side. The disciples were filled with joy at seeing the Lord, and he said to them again, ‘Peace be with you. ‘As the Father sent me, so am I sending you.’ After saying this he breathed on them and said: Receive the Holy Spirit. If you forgive anyone’s sins, they are forgiven; if you retain anyone’s sins, they are retained.  John 20: 19-23

(10)  Jesus gives us a special sharing in His life at baptism.

    

Ascension

(1)  Jesus remained on the earth 40 days after His resurrection before He ascended into heaven.

(2)  He gave them the power to baptize and forgive sins.

(3)  Then he took them out as far as the outskirts of Bethany, and raising his hands he blessed them.  Luke 24:50

(4)  He ascended into heaven.

(5)  Think of what it would be like to see Jesus ascend into heaven.

(6)  They all stood by in awe and wonder at what they had seen.

(7)  "But our homeland is in heaven and it is from there that we are expecting a Saviour, the Lord Jesus Christ, who will transfigure the wretched body of ours into the mould of his glorious body, through the working of the power which he has, even to bring all things under his mastery."  Philippians 3:20-21

(8)  Jesus has not left, He remains with us in His Divinity and humanity in the Eucharist this very day.

(9)  Then he took them out as far as the outskirts of Bethany, and raising his hands he blessed them. Now as he blessed them, he withdrew from them and was carried up to heaven.  Luke 24:50-51

(10)  ... I have come so that they may have life and have it to the full.  John 10: 10

   

Descent of the Holy Spirit

(1)  John baptised with water but, not many days from now, you are going to be baptised with the Holy Spirit.’  Acts 1: 5

(2)  In my earlier work, Theophilus, I dealt with everything Jesus had done and taught from the beginning until the day he gave his instructions to the apostles he had chosen through the Holy Spirit, and was taken up to heaven. He had shown himself alive to them after his Passion by many demonstrations: for forty days he had continued to appear to them and tell them about the kingdom of God. While at table with them, he had told them not to leave Jerusalem, but to wait there for what the Father had promised. ‘It is’, he had said, ‘what you have heard me speak about: John baptised with water but, not many days from now, you are going to be baptised with the Holy Spirit.’  Acts 1: 1-5

(3)  When Pentecost day came round, they had all met together, when suddenly there came from heaven a sound as of a violent wind which filled the entire house in which they were sitting; and there appeared to them tongues as of fire; these separated and came to rest on the head of each of them. They were all filled with the Holy Spirit and began to speak different languages as the Spirit gave them power to express themselves.  Acts 2: 1-4

(4)  What joy for Mary to see the fearlessness of the Apostles.

(5)  The Holy Spirit appeared to Mary and the Apostles.

(6)  The Apostles went out and preached and all understood.

(7)  Oh Holy Spirit fill us with Your love.

(8)  Oh Holy Spirit give us Your gifts.

(9)  Holy Spirit let our hearts burn with love for God.

(10)  Holy Spirit let our hearts burn with love for others.

    

Assumption

(1)   So they hurried away and found Mary and Joseph, and the baby lying in the manger. When they saw the child they repeated what they had been told about him, and everyone who heard it was astonished at what the shepherds said to them. As for Mary, she treasured all these things and pondered them in her heart.  Luke 2: 16-19

(2)   Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. Seeing his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing near her, Jesus said to his mother, ‘Woman, this is your son.’ Then to the disciple he said, ‘This is your mother.’ And from that hour the disciple took her into his home.  John 19: 25-27

(3)  And after this perishable nature has put on imperishability and this mortal nature has put on immortality, then will the words of scripture come true: Death is swallowed up in victory. Death, where is your victory? Death, where is your sting?  1 Corinthians 15: 54-55

(4)  The sting of death is sin, and the power of sin comes from the Law. Thank God, then, for giving us the victory through Jesus Christ our Lord.  1 Corinthians 15: 56-57

(5)  And when the day came for them to be purified in keeping with the Law of Moses, they took him up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord—observing what is written in the Law of the Lord: Every first–born male must be consecrated to the Lord—and also to offer in sacrifice, in accordance with what is prescribed in the Law of the Lord, a pair of turtledoves or two young pigeons. Now in Jerusalem there was a man named Simeon. He was an upright and devout man; he looked forward to the restoration of Israel and the Holy Spirit rested on him. It had been revealed to him by the Holy Spirit that he would not see death until he had set eyes on the Christ of the Lord. Prompted by the Spirit he came to the Temple; and when the parents brought in the child Jesus to do for him what the Law required, he took him into his arms and blessed God; and he said:  Luke 2: 22-28

(6)  And they ran out of wine, since the wine provided for the feast had all been used, and the mother of Jesus said to him, ‘They have no wine.’ Jesus said, ‘Woman, what do you want from me? My hour has not come yet.’ His mother said to the servants, ‘Do whatever he tells you.’ There were six stone water jars standing there, meant for the ablutions that are customary among the Jews: each could hold twenty or thirty gallons. Jesus said to the servants, ‘Fill the jars with water,’ and they filled them to the brim. Then he said to them, ‘Draw some out now and take it to the president of the feast.’ They did this; the president tasted the water, and it had turned into wine. Having no idea where it came from—though the servants who had drawn the water knew—the president of the feast called the bridegroom and said, ‘Everyone serves good wine first and the worse wine when the guests are well wined; but you have kept the best wine till now.’  John 2: 3-10

(7)  Mary was Christ's perfect disciple.

(8)  Mary and Jesus looked into each other's eyes on the way to Calvary.

(9)  Sing:  On this Day

(10)  Sing:  See the Eyes that Look at Mary

   

  

Mary Crowned Queen of Heaven and Earth

(1)  Sing:  See the Eyes that Look at Mary

(2)  Sing:  Little Baby Hands and Feet

(3)  Sing:  Hail Holy Queen

(4)  Sing:  Immaculate Mary

(5)  Sing:  The Rosary Song

(6)  Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars.  Revelation 12: 1

(7)  It happened that, three days later, they found him in the Temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them, and asking them questions; and all those who heard him were astounded at his intelligence and his replies.  Luke 2: 46-47

(8)  Mary set out at that time and went as quickly as she could into the hill country to a town in Judah. She went into Zechariah’s house and greeted Elizabeth. Now it happened that as soon as Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the child leapt in her womb and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit. She gave a loud cry and said, ‘Of all women you are the most blessed, and blessed is the fruit of your womb. Why should I be honoured with a visit from the mother of my Lord? Look, the moment your greeting reached my ears, the child in my womb leapt for joy.  Luke 1: 39-44

(9)  Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. Seeing his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing near her, Jesus said to his mother, ‘Woman, this is your son.’  John 19: 25-26

(10)  Then to the disciple he said, ‘This is your mother.’ ...  John 19: 27

  

 

December 25, 1994

Christmas Day Children's Rosary

The Joyful Mysteries 

The Annunciation

  1. Messenger:  The Angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and asked Mary to be the Mother of Jesus.
  2. Mary always complied with the Will of the Father. She said "yes" to the angel.
  3. She was filled with the Holy Spirit and the Word was made flesh.
  4. Song: Come Holy Ghost…
  5. There was such intimacy between Mary and Jesus from the first moment of conception.
  6. She felt the life of the child Jesus grow within her womb.
  7. It was in her womb that the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus was formed through the Holy Spirit.
  8. It is in realizing this connection between the Hearts of Jesus and Mary that we will grow in greater union with God.
  9. The Holy Spirit forever transforms us more and more into the image of Jesus.
  10. The womb of the Virgin Mary is the holy dwelling place of our beloved Savior. 

  

The Visitation

  1. Messenger:  Mary, being pregnant herself, but hearing through the angel that Elizabeth had conceived a child in her old age, made haste to the hill country to be with her cousin Elizabeth.
  2. When she arrived, the child in Elizabeth's womb leapt for joy.
  3. Mary was filled with the Holy Spirit and cried out in a loud voice the Magnificat.
  4. Mary said,
    "My soul proclaims
        the greatness of the Lord
    and my spirit rejoices
    in God my Savior." (Lk 1:46,47)
  5. "…because he has looked upon
        the humiliation of his servant.
    Yes, from now onwards
        all generations will call me blessed." (Lk 1:48)
  6. "…for the Almighty
        has done great things for me.
    Holy is his name," (Lk 1:49)
  7. Jesus is no less present this day in the Eucharist than He was in Mary's womb.
  8. How He waits and yearns for us to come and to be with Him because He loves us so much!
  9. If we realized how much He loves us, we would never fear.
  10. Song: O come, O come, Emmanuel, and ransom captive Israel, that mourns in lonely exile here, until the Son of God appears. Rejoice! Rejoice! Emmanuel shall come to you, O Israel!

 

Birth of Jesus

  1. Messenger:  Think of the glorious night when Jesus was born in a stable. The angels sang and shepherds watched.
  2. The cows and the sheep were there to keep them warm.
  3. This is truly Jesus Christ, the Son of God, who humbled Himself to share in our humanity.
  4. Song: Angels we have heard on high, sweetly singing o'er the plains. And the mountains in reply, echoing their joyous strains.
  5. Song: Gloria in excelsis Deo, Gloria in excelsis Deo.
  6. Song: Away in a manger, no crib for a bed, the little Lord Jesus lay down His sweet head. The stars in the sky looked down where He lay, the little Lord Jesus asleep on the hay.
  7. Song: O come let us adore Him, O come let us adore Him, O come let us adore Him, Christ the Lord.
  8. Song: What child is this who lay to rest, on Mary's lap is sleeping? Whom angels greet with anthem sweet, while shepherds watch are keeping.
  9. See Jesus, Mary and Joseph in the stable and see the tenderness in the eyes of Mary as she gazes on her newborn baby child, who is truly God!
  10. The birth of Jesus is at the heart of salvation history.
      

The Presentation of Jesus in the Temple

  1. Messenger: Mary and Joseph took the child Jesus to the temple.
  2. While they were there, the prophet Simeon prophesied the sufferings of Jesus and Mary to come.
  3. Simeon said to Mary, "…and a sword will pierce your soul, too..." (Lk 2:35)
  4. As he prophesied the sufferings of Jesus and Mary, he also prophesied how many souls would be saved through Jesus.
  5. Mary gazes so tenderly on her precious child and, from this moment on, every time she looked at Jesus, she remembered the prophecy of Simeon.
  6. She had a constant ache in her Heart since the prophecy of Simeon.
  7. Song: See the eyes that look at Mary, her tender infant Child…
  8. She looked at the baby Jesus. She held Him in her arms. All through their life together, she knew His Heart. There was such love from the moment of conception between her and her Son! There was such intimacy between the Heart of Jesus and the Heart of Mary.
  9. Dear Mary, you knew the Heart of your beloved Son Jesus. Please lead us to closer intimacy with Him. It is in loving Him through your pure and tender Heart that I too will love Him more tenderly.
  10. Let us love, through your Heart, our beloved Father, Son and Holy Spirit.
      

  

The Finding of the Child Jesus in the Temple

  1. Messenger:  How the Heart of Mary knew the Heart of Jesus! How the Heart of Mary suffered every sorrow. How she suffered when they lost the child Jesus in the temple.
  2. She calls out to us today to pray for her little lost children of the world.
  3. "It happened that, three days later, they found him in the Temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them, and asking them questions; and all those who heard him were astounded at his intelligence and his replies." (Lk 2:46,47)
  4. When His parents saw Him "…his mother said to him, 'My child, why have you done this to us? See how worried your father and I have been, looking for you?' " (Lk 2:48)
  5. "He went down with them then and came to Nazareth and lived under their authority. His mother stored up all these things in her heart." (Luke 2:51)
  6. She was His Mother. She took care of Him. She knew Him with a deep, motherly love in her Heart.
  7. Mary:  My beloved children, pray to the child Jesus. He will answer your prayers.
  8. I see Mary before me alive many times when I pray this mystery of the rosary. I see her and hear her call out. She begs us to pray for her lost children so that they will not be condemned to hell for their sinfulness and willfulness.
  9. Mary:  I am Mary, your mother. I am urgently calling you to spread the love of My Son Jesus to the world. Make this your Christmas gift to this world: to help spread these rosaries from the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Please spread them to the children and the adults.
  10. Song: O come, little children...

      

Christmas Message after the Rosary

Mary: (She had appeared during the rosary and during this message.)  I am the Immaculate Heart of Mary. It is through my Immaculate Heart that you will be joined ever so closely to my most precious Son. I know the love that my Son has for you. I saw my Son all through His life. I know His Heart. I know how His Heart beats and longs for your love. He was born an infant, He died on the cross for love of you. He rose to bring you greater life in Him. He wants to fill you with His love. This day He is here in your midst. Let me lead you ever closer to His Heart, for it is my heart that knows Him so well. I pondered the ways of His Heart, complying always to the Father's will. With greatest love, He was born a baby for love of you. Spread His love with the purest heart. You will be united deeply to Him the more you love. Pray that your heart will be pure. Strive to have a pure heart. He loved you so much and He wants you to be the light that shines in the darkness to this world. Carry His love with you in your heart. Show the world the love of Jesus through your action. He is alive this day. Be of a pure heart. Let the world see the love of Jesus within you. Let His love radiate from within you.

Song:  See the Eyes That Look At Mary 

Mary:   See through my eyes the love that my Son has for you this day. See the love He outpours to you. Spread this love to your brothers.

Song:  To Jesus Heart All Burning

Song:  A Song From Jesus

Song:  O Lady of Light

Song:  Silent Night

          

The Blessed Mother appeared to Rita during the entire rosary. At the end of the seven sorrows Mary gave the above message. Fr. Carter S.J. led the rosary. Rita's two children were there, Harold Kellner, his wife and some of his family and Marty.

  

December 27, 1994
Feast of St. John the Evangelist

This rosary was prayed just prior to the Shepherds of Christ Meeting and Mary appeared at the 6:30 Daily Apparation. 

His Greatest Anguish was His Sufferings to His Most Sacred Heart  

 

Sorrowful Mysteries

Agony in the Garden

1.  The agonies of the heart are the greatest of agonies. How Jesus suffered in the garden.

2.  The sufferings to Jesus' Most Sacred Heart were so great that we can never comprehend them; Jesus loves us so much.

3.  Jesus saw before Him all the souls that would be condemned to eternal damnation despite all His suffering.

4.  Put yourself in the garden and be there with Jesus. Hear the sounds of the night and realize that He is God. He saw before Him everything that He would experience in His whole Passion. He suffered willingly for us. He loves us so much.

5.  Jesus saw before Him all the souls that He loved so dearly and would neglect Him and treat Him with such indifference for their whole lives.

6.  Jesus saw all the souls that would receive Him in the Sacrament of His greatest love, the Eucharist, and would not even talk to Him.

7.  Jesus saw all the sins of all men, before this time and after this time.

8.  Jesus suffered so for the anguish that He felt to His Heart for all the souls that would not have time for Him and would not come to be with Him, and for the endless hours that He would spend in the Tabernacle in which no one was there.

9.  Jesus' anguish was so great that His sweat became as great drops of blood on the ground.

10.  As Jesus suffered so for our sins, He was comforted by the acts of love that we give to Him this day.   

Song between decades:  A Song From Jesus

 

Scourging at the Pillar

1.  Jesus suffered so because He loved Judas so much and Judas betrayed Him with a kiss.

2.  Jesus said, ‘Judas, are you betraying the Son of man with a kiss?’  Luke 22: 48

3.  His followers, seeing what was about to happen, said, ‘Lord, shall we use our swords?’ And one of them struck the high priest’s servant and cut off his right ear.   Luke 22: 49-50

4.  Then Jesus said to the chief priests and captains of the Temple guard and elders who had come for him, ‘Am I a bandit, that you had to set out with swords and clubs? When I was among you in the Temple day after day you never made a move to lay hands on me. But this is your hour; this is the reign of darkness.’  Luke 22: 52-53

5.  They tied Him to a pillar.

6.  Be there at the pillar and hear the blows that they gave to Jesus, and Jesus did not cry out; He barely made noise as they beat Him to their own exhaustion.

7.  Jesus had wounds on His body from His head to His feet.

8.  Jesus loved those so much who beat Him.

9.  How could I not love my brother when Jesus suffered these beatings for love of my brother?

10.  Jesus would suffer for each one of us this day again because He loves us so much.

       

Crowning of Thorns

1.  They pounded into Jesus' most Precious Head, a piercing crown of thorns.

2.  They clothed Him in a dirty purple robe and gave Him a scepter to hold.

3.  They hit Him.

4.  They persecuted Him; they spit on Him; they treated Him with such cruelty.

5.  The blood ran down Jesus' face into His eyes and blurred His vision.

6.  Dear Jesus, please help us to see You more clearly, not with the blurred vision that we see You sometimes.

7.  Open our eyes to see that You are truly in our midst this day in the Eucharist.

8.  Open our eyes so that we can see that it is through Your blood that You paid the price for our sins.

9.  Let us see that You live in us in a very special way when we are baptized and in the state of grace.

10.  Sing:  Crown Him With Many Crowns

   

Carrying of the Cross

1.  They gave to Jesus a heavy wooden cross that He carried on His shoulder, and His shoulder felt as if it would crack through to the ground.

2.  Mary stood by and she saw her beloved Son as Jesus fell under the cross. Mary kept all these things in her Most precious heart. Mary felt the pain and the anguish that her Son, Jesus, suffered, helplessly she stood by. Mary was Jesus' Mother, but Mary could not raise a hand to help Him.

3.  Do we even know a little bit the anguish of Mary's most precious heart?

4.  Mary's eyes peered into the eyes of her beloved Son, and in that peering look is the deepest intimacy between Mary's heart and Jesus' Heart, Mary saw Jesus suffer and Jesus saw Mary suffer. In that look is the knowledge, love,  memories of their lives, the intense knowing of each other in Their Hearts, the intense love that They had for one another.

5.  How well the Heart of Mary knows the Heart of Jesus. Mary rocked Jesus when He was a baby; she held Him; she carried Him; she was with Him all through His public life. Now on Calvary she walked every step with Him, unable to do anything.

6.  Mary's heart was pierced with an invisible sword as time and time again she walked beside Jesus. Mary heard the cross as it bumped along, her heart in such anguish.

7.  Only by the grace of God could Mary withstand what she went through during the Passion. Mary walks by our side this day. It is by the grace of God that we will be able to handle the difficulties for she is forever by our side, ever watching us, and ever there to be our most loving mother.

8.  Veronica wiped Jesus' face and on that cloth was the blood stained face of our Beloved Savior.

9.  This cloth stands today with the stain as a remembrance of Jesus' greatest love, that He gave Himself on Calvary, and He gives Himself to us this day in the Eucharist.

10.  Do we know how much Jesus and Mary, so closely united in their Hearts, love each one of us. They suffered so for each one of us and they call out for us to love God and to love one another. They showed us the way.

   

Jesus is Crucified and Dies on the Cross

1.  As Mary held the little baby hands and baby feet of the child Jesus, she now stood by and watched them as they pounded into His most precious hands the nails that went through to the cross.

2.  These wounds to Jesus' most precious hands and feet were so deep that they went all the way through His hands and feet.

Sing:  Little Baby Hands and Feet

3.  Jesus' greatest agony was to His most precious Heart. How deep were the wounds that He suffered to His Heart for all the souls that neglect Him this day, and for all the souls that use His name in vain and do not even think of Him. He loves each soul with the most burning love and longs and thirst for them to come and give Him their love.

4.  Jesus hung on the cross for three agonizing hours while His Beloved Mother stood beneath the cross supported by her beloved John. Mary scarcely could stand, but she stood and withstood the tortures that Jesus went through. She did not leave but she stayed there as she stands with us in all of our trials that we undergo this day. She is forever by our side.

5.  Mary, help us to see more through your eyes and through your heart the love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, so that we may more closely unite to this overabundant source of love... divine love ... Help us to be an instrument to promote love and oneness.

Sing:  See the Eyes that Look at Mary

6.  See Jesus hang on the cross in total surrender, humped over in a darkened sky. Jesus shed the last drop of His blood. He gave His all for each of us, and He calls us to love. He showed us how to love and He calls us to love Him and to love one another.

7.  With greatest love for each one of us, Jesus remains with us this very day, the same as the day He died on the cross, waiting for us to come and receive Him in the Eucharist and wait with Him in the Tabernacle.

8.  See Mary under the cross hold the lifeless body of her beloved Son. . . the love that both Mary and Jesus have poured out for each one of us.

9.  See Mary weep outside of His tomb as they lock Jesus in the tomb.

10.  Near the cross of Jesus stood his mother and his mother’s sister, Mary the wife of Clopas, and Mary of Magdala. Seeing his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing near her, Jesus said to his mother, ‘Woman, this is your son.’ Then to the disciple he said, ‘This is your mother.’ And from that hour the disciple took her into his home.   John 19: 25-27

  

Rita saw Jesus appear as the Divine Mercy Jesus in tremendous light. Marty saw the Sacred Heart picture in brilliant light.

This rosary was prayed just prior to the Shepherds of Christ Meeting. Marty led the rosary, many people in attendance.

 

    

December 27, 1994
Feast of St. John the Evangelist

Jesus appeared during this rosary. 

Tuesday, Shepherds of Christ Meeting 

 

  Joyful Mysteries

 

Annunciation

1.  The angel Gabriel appeared to Mary and asked Mary to be the Mother of Jesus.

2.  Mary said, ‘You see before you the Lord’s servant, let it happen to me as you have said.’ And the angel left her.   Luke 1: 38

3.  And Mary said: My soul proclaims the greatness of the Lord and my spirit rejoices in God my Saviour;  Luke 1: 46

4.  Song:  Come Holy Ghost

5.  ... the angel of the Lord appeared to him in a dream and said, ‘Joseph son of David, do not be afraid to take Mary home as your wife, because she has conceived what is in her by the Holy Spirit.  Matthew 1: 20

6.  There was such intimacy between Jesus and Mary from the first moment of conception.

7.  Mary carried His life within her womb.

8.  It was in Mary's womb that the most Sacred Heart of Jesus was formed.

9.  Jesus wants to be alive in our hearts.

10.  Sing song:  O Holy Mary

  

Visitation

1.  Mary set out at that time and went as quickly as she could into the hill country to a town in Judah. She went into Zechariah’s house and greeted Elizabeth.  Luke 1: 39-40

2.  Now it happened that as soon as Elizabeth heard Mary’s greeting, the child leapt in her womb and Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Spirit.  Luke 1: 41

3.  Mary was filled with the Holy Spirit and cried out in a loud voice the Magnificat.

4.  Song:  My Soul Rejoices

5.  The Magnificat

And Mary said:

My soul proclaims
    the greatness of the Lord
and my spirit rejoices
    in God my Saviour;
because he has looked upon
    the humiliation of his servant.
Yes, from now onwards
    all generations will call me blessed,
for the Almighty
    has done great things for me.
Holy is his name,
and his faithful love extends age after age
    to those who fear him.
He has used the power of his arm,
he has routed the arrogant of heart.
He has pulled down princes
    from their thrones
        and raised high the lowly.
He has filled the starving with good things,
    sent the rich away empty.
He has come to the help
    of Israel his servant,
        mindful of his faithful love
—according to the promise
    he made to our ancestors—
of his mercy to Abraham
    and to his descendants for ever.  
Luke 1: 46-55

6.  Mary is sinless.

    Sing:  Immaculate Mary

7.  Jesus is no less present in our hearts after Communion than He was in Mary's womb.

8.  Jesus longs for our love and thirsts for our love. He wants us to come to Him in communion in such anticipation and to realize that we receive Jesus Christ, the Son of God.

9.  Jesus waits in the Tabernacle for us to come. Jesus, in His Divinity and humanity, waits for us to come and He wants to shower us with His grace and His abundant Divine Love.

10.  Jesus wants to outpour His abundant Divine Love to us.

     

  

Birth of Jesus

1.  Jesus Christ, the Son of God, was born in a stable.

2.  The cows and the sheep are there to keep Jesus warm.

3.  The shepherds watch and the angels sing.

4.  Sing:  Angels we have Heard on High

5.  Sing refrain:  Gloria in excelsis Deo

6.  Sing:  Away in a Manger

7.  Sing:  O Come let us Adore Him - refrain

8.  Sing:  What Child is This?

9.  Sing:  Oh Holy Night

10.  Song:  See the Eyes That Look at Mary

    

Presentation in the Temple

1. When the eighth day came and the child was to be circumcised, they gave him the name Jesus, the name the angel had given him before his conception.

And when the day came for them to be purified in keeping with the Law of Moses, they took him up to Jerusalem to present him to the Lord—  Luke 2: 21-22

2.  Simeon prophesied the sufferings of Jesus and Mary to come.

3.  A sword, too, shall pierce your heart, O Mary.

4.  Mary holds her infant child so lovingly in her arms, and His eyes look at her eyes. 

5.  Such intimacy between this Son and this Mother. After Simeon's prophesy, Mary forever remembered what Simeon said every time she looked at the child Jesus.

6.  Mary knew how He would suffer.

7.  Song:  Mary's Song

8.  How Mary's heart knows the Heart of Jesus.

9.  See through Mary's eyes all through Jesus' life, from the time He was an infant till when He ascended into heaven.

10.  Ask Mary to lead you ever closer to the most tender love of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

   

Finding of Jesus in the Temple

1. Every year his parents used to go to Jerusalem for the feast of the Passover. When he was twelve years old, they went up for the feast as usual.  Luke 2: 41-42

2. When the days of the feast were over and they set off home, the boy Jesus stayed behind in Jerusalem without his parents knowing it. They assumed he was somewhere in the party, and it was only after a day’s journey that they went to look for him among their relations and acquaintances.  Luke 2: 43-44

3. When they failed to find him they went back to Jerusalem looking for him everywhere.  Luke 2: 45

4. It happened that, three days later, they found him in the Temple, sitting among the teachers, listening to them, and asking them questions;  Luke 2: 46

5. and all those who heard him were astounded at his intelligence and his replies.  Luke 2: 47

6.  Mary told Jesus how Their Hearts were in such sorrowing.

7. ...Did you not know that I must be in my Father’s house?’  Luke 2: 49

8. He went down with them then and came to Nazareth and lived under their authority...  Luke 2: 51

9.  Mary, if we ever wander or stray or are lost from the child Jesus, please lead us back to His Most Sacred Heart.

10.  God, grant to us the grace to know and love the child Jesus ever closer.

    

Rita saw Jesus appear as the Divine Mercy very illuminated. Marty saw the Sacred Heart of Jesus picture illuminate and pulsate with light especially during the reading of the promises of the Sacred Heart.

Father Edward Carter led the rosary. All those attending, the Shepherds of Christ Meeting, that evening participated.

 

 

December 28, 1994 - Wednesday
Feast of the Holy Innocents

Before the tabernacle in Church

  

Sorrowful Mysteries
 

 

The Agony in the Garden

1. Jesus suffered such agonies to His Most Sacred Heart in the Garden.

2. Jesus, the Son of God, is truly present in this room at this very moment.

3. As present as He was in the Garden that night as He felt all the agonies to His Most Sacred Heart. He is with us this very moment, God, in the Tabernacle.

4. He saw before Him all the sins of all men for all time, and He felt anguish to His Heart to see men commit such vile deeds.

5. Such anguish to His Heart to love each and every person so dearly and to see them chose evil and hatred in their way of life.

6. He saw before Him all His sufferings, His entire Passion, every blow, every kick, the nails in His hands, and He saw at the same time all those souls that would be condemned to death to final damnation despite His suffering.

7. He loves us so much that He remains with us this day in His Divinity and His humanity, no less present than the day Mary held Him in  her arms and the day that He walked on Calvary with a cross on His back. No less present was He there than He is in this room at this time with us.

8. See Jesus in the darkened night, and see Him and His infinite love that He has for each one of us, in such anguish that His sweat became as great drops of blood upon the ground.

9. He cries out to us as He did to the apostles ... Can you not wait one hour with me?

10. He suffered such anguish to His Heart for all the souls that would receive Him in communion and not even talk to Him or realize that they were truly receiving the Son of God with His Heart on fire for love of them.

        

The Scourging at the Pillar

1. Hear the jeers and the angry sounds of the men as they seize Jesus and tie Him with such hatred to the pillar.

2. They whipped Jesus so harshly to their own exhaustion. They whipped Him and whipped Him.

3. Hear the blows as they give the blows to Jesus, the hard blows, and listen to the sounds and hear Jesus as He so softly makes silent cries.

4. His once unblemished back is now covered with wounds.

5. Jesus' Heart is open and is on fire and is all pure and is totally a Heart of pure love, and men and their hearts can be filled with such hatred and anger for one another. He calls us to love Him and to love each other.

6. What of the hearts of these men who beat Jesus so harshly? Such anger such hatred, to beat Jesus until He bled.

7. The heart is whereby we connect with Jesus. Pray to the Holy Spirit to help us be more deeply united to Jesus.

8. He asks us to make our hearts pure, to pray for the grace to help us to let go of the things that are unloving so that love can penetrate our hearts and His love can flow through us to our brothers.

9. He longs and thirsts and waits for our love. He loves us so much. He waits here, Jesus the Son of God, waiting for us to come and tell Him how we truly love Him.

10. Jesus:  I love you, my dearly beloved ones, with a Heart that is open and filled with fire for love of you.

        

The Crowning of Thorns

1. They pounded into Jesus' most precious head a sharp crown of piercing thorns.

2. They clothed Him in a dirty purple robe and they mocked Him and gave Him a scepter and they said that He was a King.

3. The blood ran from His thorns down the side of His face and into His eyes.

4. His vision was blurred. He ached from His head to His feet with such pain from the deep wounds that they had inflicted on Him. But His greatest suffering was that to His Heart for He loved those men that treated Him so cruelly. He loved each and every one of those men as they beat Him and they mocked Him and they spit on Him. The agonies to His most precious Heart were what He suffered the greatest.

5. As He suffered so for the sins of men, He was comforted by the love that we give to Him this day. He suffered for our indifferences, for our neglect, for our hot and cold hearts. But He was comforted by the great acts of love, by the time that we spend with Him, by the time that we spend after communion with Him. These were the sweet tastes to His mouth when He suffered this bitterness all through His Passion.

6. The blood ran from His mouth because of the blows they gave to His most precious head.

7. Song:  Only this I want

8. This is the reality: that God runs this world, that Jesus Christ, the Son of God, truly came to this earth and suffered and gave His life and rose on the third day because He loves us so very much.

9. Our every breath is dependent on God.

10. Help me to see, dear Jesus, through the eyes of God all that You want me to see where I am blind, so that I may see more and more the love that You outpour to me here and the love that You have to give so that I can love more my brothers.

      

Jesus Carries His Cross

1. Jesus truly carried His cross. See Him with a cross on His back and at that point see all the sins of all men for all time, the heaviness of the cross, the wounds on His body, the wounds on His most precious head, and to His most precious Heart to see all the sin and the hatred and the anger. How it broke His heart to see the souls that He had so much love for reject His love and choose this hate and this anger.

2. He walked the walk; His mother by his side always on Calvary, walking and hearing the sounds of the crowd that poked and laughed. And she stood by helplessly, the mother in her heart not able to raise her hand and help Him, and watched this persecution of her beloved child.

3. And in His Heart, this heart of love, the suffering that He went through to His heart was so immense that we have no idea.

4. The Son of God came to earth as a little baby and He took on a human body out of greatest love for us..

5. The pressure from the cross was so hard on His shoulder, His shoulder ached so badly He felt as if it would break.

6. Look at His arms that held the cross as He walked and see these beautiful arms of Jesus, battered, splintered, and so tired from carrying this heavy cross.

7. See the wounds to Jesus' body: His back badly wounded, His shoulder, His head crowned with piercing thorns. Wounds all over tore His flesh and He carries this heavy cross with love for all those who stand by and jeer at Him.

8. He asks us to carry our cross with love for one another. He says that The Way is not always the easy way. The Way to Him is to pick up your cross and to follow Him.

9. Song:  Lord, let me walk that lonesome road with You, under the weight of the wood. Lord, let me walk that last mile in Your shoes, under the weight of the wood.

10.  Hail Mary

       

Jesus is Crucified and Dies on the Cross

1. Such intimacy between Jesus and Mary. She held Him as an infant, she was with Him all through His life. Now she walked the Passion and she stood under the cross. Her once baby, little hands and feet ... now His hands and feet were pounded into the cross with big nails.

2. Mary stood under the cross without a scar on her body, but her heart was in such anguish as she watched and she suffered. She withstood it all. She didn't leave. She stayed there, as she stays by our side, forever by our side in all of our sufferings. Mary is with us. She is present to us and she mothers us as she mothered her child Jesus all through His life. She was always there. And Jesus' last thoughts were of us to give us His beloved Mother as our mother to be forever by our side.

3. Jesus gave His all. He gave all of His blood to the last beat of His Heart. He said yes to the Father's Will to give Himself for love of us.

4. Be there and stand with Mary and hear the sounds. Hear the wind blow and see it dark as night as Jesus hangs. He doesn't hang straight as we see Him on some of the crosses, but He is hanging on a cross, holding on so close to death. Jesus loved us so much He died for us.

5. He calls out to us from the Tabernacle. He says "I gave myself for love of you." For love of us, He gives Himself to us this day and remains with us. Just as present as the day He hung on the cross, He is with us in this room with the greatest love and He wants us to know how He thirsts and how He longs and waits for us to come so He can shower this love upon us. And He waits for us to tell Him how we truly love Him.

6. Song:  A Song From Jesus

7. The heart of Mary knows the Heart of Jesus. Mary knew Jesus as a child. Mary knew Jesus in her womb. Mary knew Jesus so well in her heart, and it is through her loving heart and her love for Jesus that we will be in such union with Him.

8. Mary, as you held Jesus so closely to your chest, hold us so tightly close to your chest and lead us to the deepest recesses of Jesus' Heart where He wants to love us so intently.

9. Mary held Him in her arms when He took His first breath in this world and she held Him in her arms when He died, when He after His death lay under the cross. In between are the lives of Jesus and Mary, this closeness between Their two Hearts. Mary and Jesus so one. Mary and Jesus love us in such love. And it is in this love that we will be led to the closest union with God through the Spirit.

10. Mary, help us to know and to love Jesus as you loved Jesus. Help us to be saturated with His grace and be loving.  Nothing here can compare to love that God has for us. He wants to give to us His love. He outpours this love in front of the tabernacle.

        Sing:  I Love You Jesus.

 

 

Seven Sorrows of Mary

 

1.  The Prophecy of Simeon.   Simeon prophesied how Mary would suffer. And a sword, too, would pierce her heart. And from that point on whenever she beheld her child, she had in her heart the sufferings that Simeon prophesied.  

 

2.  The Flight Into Egypt.  Joseph and Mary went with the child to Egypt.

 

 

3.  The Loss of the Child Jesus in the Temple.

 

4.  Jesus and Mary Meet on the Way to the Cross.

 

5.  Jesus Dies on the Cross.

 

6.  Jesus is Taken Down from the Cross and laid in Mary's arms.

 

7.  The Burial of Jesus.

     

  

December 30, 1994 - Friday
Feast of the Holy Family

Sorrowful Mysteries 


 

The Agony in the Garden

1. Jesus' greatest agony all through His passion, were the agonies He felt to His most Sacred Heart because He loves each one of us all so dearly.

2. Put yourself in the Garden and hear the sounds of the night. See Jesus there. Jesus sees before Him all of the sufferings that He will undergo His whole entire Passion, and with greatest love He complies to the will of the Father to go through this suffering for great love of each of us.

3. He loves each soul with the most tender love; and He saw before Him all the souls that He loved so dearly that would be condemned to eternal damnation forever.

4. He saw before Him all the men from all time and all the sins that they would commit despite His grace and His great love that He outpours to them from His Most Sacred Heart.

5. Jesus is Love. He has the tenderest Heart and He loves each soul so dearly. And to be neglected and treated so indifferently, how it wounded His Most Sacred Heart; and He suffered this agony so greatly in the garden.

6. He suffered so for the indifference shown to Him around the Sacrament of the Eucharist where He is truly present in His Divinity and humanity. Jesus gives Himself to souls and they neglect Him; some do not even talk to Him.

7. His agony was so great that His sweat became as great drops of blood.

8. Jesus:  I sweat Blood for My Beloved souls.

9. Jesus:  I love you so much.

10. Sing song: Come unto Me all who are weary

        

The Scourging at the Pillar

1. Jesus suffered so much agony to His Heart because Judas, whom He loved so dearly, Judas betrayed Jesus with a kiss.

2. They tied Jesus to the pillar.

3. Be there at the pillar with Jesus and hear the blows that He received to His most precious back. Hear the sounds as the angry men with such hatred in their hearts, such anger, beat Jesus to their own exhaustion.

4. Jesus' once unblemished back was an open wound from the anger and hatred that these men beat Him as they did.

5. From His head to His feet, Jesus was beaten so badly. Jesus, who is the Son of God, who is Love, who comes to us with the greatest love and asks us to love God and to love one another was beaten by those He loved so much.

6. His greatest agony was not His wounds to His Body or the blood that ran down His body; but His greatest agony was for the cold hearts that will not open their hearts to the love that He pours out to them this day. He calls out to us to come to the love of God.

7. He remains in the Eucharist, no less present than the day they scourged Him at the pillar; and He wants us to come and to be so close to Him so He can give us such love. 

8. Jesus loves us no less than the day they beat Him for our sins. Jesus would die for us this day.

9. He is in the tabernacle. Jesus is waiting for us. Jesus loves us always — in joy and suffering. Jesus will never abandon us; Jesus is forever by our side. Jesus wants us to come to Him always.

10. Jesus:  Oh, you cold hearts! Do you not listen to My call to you to open up your heart and to let Me in? I suffered so much agony. Meditate on My passion. Open up your heart this evening. Let me speak to you in your heart. It is there that your peace and love and your joy lies. I am Jesus, your Beloved Savior. I wait for you; I long for you. I want to share My love with you; the love that I have for you this day. Open your heart to My Love. Let Me penetrate your being with My love; and the joy that you will have is a joy that nothing on this earth can give to you. It is My Divine Love, My Divine Life that I give to you this day. Open your heart and let Me in.

        

The Crowning of Thorns

1. They wove for Jesus a sharp crown of piercing thorns and they pounded it into His Most Precious Head.

2. They clothed Him with a dirty purple robe and gave Him a scepter to hold and mocked Him as a King.

3. They spit on Him and mocked Him. 

4. This is Jesus Christ, the Son of God; and He comes to us with the great love that He has. And He asks us to be there and watch as they crown Him with thorns. He would withstand this torture for us this day. This is the love that He has: that He gave His blood; that He gave His flesh; that He gave His all. And He calls out to us to please open our hearts to the love that He has for us.

5. As He suffered so for all the sins of all men, He was comforted by the acts of love that we give to Him this very day: the time that we spend with Him after the Eucharist and the time that we spend with Him in front of the Tabernacle.

6. Jesus loves us so much He withstood this beating for love of us.

7. Jesus suffered for our sins.

8. Jesus wants us to love Him today.

9. Jesus wants a personal love relationship with Him.

10. Jesus is our spouse — the bridegroom of our soul.

      

Jesus Carries His Cross

1. See the men as they stand around Jesus. With a lance they poke at him. See Jesus, His face always at total peace because He knew the Father's love. His hands were tied. He stood there, Jesus, who is all loving; and they condemn Him to death on the cross.

2. Jesus remained at peace through all the torture that He withstood because He knew the Father's love. The Father loves each one of us so much. The Father created each one of us uniquely special. There is not another person that is quite like us. The Father has a plan for each one of us and He wants us to be happy and to live this plan.

3. They gave to Jesus a heavy cross that they put on His shoulder; and His shoulder felt as if it would break through to the ground.

4. Jesus' eyes met the eyes of His loving Mother. Mary, who raised Jesus as a little baby, who carried Him in her womb, who stood by Him all through His life, and now walks by Jesus on Calvary and her eyes met His. There is such intimacy between Jesus and His Mother. Such love between His Heart and her heart. And it is the love that They have in Their Hearts that They want to give to us this very day.

5. As Mary walked by Jesus' side, she walks by our side this very day. She never abandons us. She withstood all of His suffering on Calvary; and God will give us the grace to withstand our trials if we pray for it this day. And Mary walks by our side as she walked by the side of Jesus, her Son, on Calvary.

6. Song:  Lord, let me walk that lonesome road with you under the weight of the wood. Lord, let me walk that last mile in your shoes, under the weight of the wood.

7. Jesus:  Carry your crosses today and love Me. Tell the world to carry the little crosses I give them and to pray for grace for the priests, the Church and the world. 

8. Song:  See the Eyes that look at Mary

9. Song:  A Song From Jesus

10.  Song:  I Love You Jesus

  

Jesus is Crucified and Dies on the Cross

1. See Mary as she held Jesus, His little baby hands and feet; and see her as she stands by as they nail His precious hands and feet to the cross.

2. Song:  Little Baby Hands and Feet

3. Mary cries out this day; Mary has come as Our Lady of Light to tell us to turn our lives back to the love of her Son. It is there that our peace and our joy lie.

4. He gave His flesh; He gave His blood; He gave the last beat of His Heart; and He asks us for two things; He asks us to love God and to love one another.

5. Jesus loved those who persecuted Him; Jesus loved those who crucified Him. 

6. As Jesus gave Himself, His arms outstretched and gave His all for love of us, He asks us today to come to the Eucharist. Jesus gives Himself to us there. Jesus gave Himself to us when He died on the cross. And He waits for us with such love that only He can give to us.

7. He hung for three agonizing hours on the cross and His last thoughts were for us; and He gave His Mother. As Mary mothered Jesus, she mothers each and everyone of us.

8. Mary, open our hearts to the love of your Precious Son. It is through your Most Immaculate Heart, your heart that knew Him, that we will be led to closer union with Jesus who loves us so much.

9. As she held Him in her arms as a baby, she now receives His lifeless body in her arms under the cross.

Battered, bruised and bloody, He has not a breath in His body. He gave His all because He loves us so much. Jesus calls us to love God and love of one another.

10.   Jesus:  I AM JESUS, THE SON OF GOD AND I LOVE YOU SO MUCH — I DIED FOR YOU AND I remain with you today, truly present in the Eucharist.

  

Jesus appeared in magnificent light as the Sacred Heart. Jesus illuminated brightly throughout the entire rosary and throughout the entire talk.

This rosary was prayed at the home of a friend of Rita's. There were about 20 people present. Marty led the rosary. Rita gave a witness/talk and sang some of the songs she received from Jesus.

  

 





            

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Excerpt from January 16, 2006 message

Jesus speaks:        I give you My 5th Blue Book —
                            Blue Book 4 took 11 years to
                            publish because satan worked
                            on people to block it.

                            Blue Book 3 took 2 years
                                of hard fighting to get it
                                out.

                            Blue Book 5 can go or not
                                it is dependent on you —

                            I have given this book as a gift to teach you to
                                love Me and one another purely.

      

    


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