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October 18, 2009

October 19th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 2 Period I.

The Novena Rosary Mysteries  
for October 19th are Luminous.

 

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Tuesday, October 20, 2009

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29th Sunday in Ordinary Time
 

Isaiah 53: 10-11

It was Yahweh’s good pleasure
   to crush him with pain;
if he gives his life as a sin offering,
he will see his offspring
   and prolong his life,
and through him
   Yahweh’s good pleasure will be done.

After the ordeal he has endured,
he will see the light and be content.
By his knowledge, the upright one,
   my servant will justify many
by taking their guilt on himself.

 

Hebrews 4: 14-16

Since in Jesus, the Son of God, we have the supreme high priest who has gone through to the highest heaven, we must hold firm to our profession of faith. For the high priest we have is not incapable of feeling our weaknesses with us, but has been put to the test in exactly the same way as ourselves, apart from sin. Let us, then, have no fear in approaching the throne of grace to receive mercy and to find grace when we are in need of help.

   

Mark 10: 35-45 

James and John, the sons of Zebedee, approached him. ‘Master,’ they said to him, ‘We want you to do us a favour.’ He said to them, ‘What is it you want me to do for you?’ They said to him, ‘Allow us to sit one at your right hand and the other at your left in your glory.’ But Jesus said to them, ‘You do not know what you are asking. Can you drink the cup that I shall drink, or be baptised with the baptism with which I shall be baptised?’ They replied, ‘We can.’ Jesus said to them, ‘The cup that I shall drink you shall drink, and with the baptism with which I shall be baptised you shall be baptised, but as for seats at my right hand or my left, these are not mine to grant; they belong to those to whom they have been allotted.’

When the other ten heard this they began to feel indignant with James and John, so Jesus called them to him and said to them, ‘You know that among the gentiles those they call their rulers lord it over them, and their great men make their authority felt. Among you this is not to happen. No; anyone who wants to become great among you must be your servant, and anyone who wants to be first among you must be slave to all. For the Son of man himself came not to be served but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.’

  

October 22, 2006 

INTRODUCTION – (Isaiah 53, 10-11; Hebrews 4, 14-16; Mark 10, 35-45) In Isaiah there are four short poems or hymns, written over 500 years before Christ, that tell us about some mysterious person or persons whose faithfulness and suffering would bring redemption to many people. The four poems are about someone God calls “my servant,” thus they are called Servant Songs. Isaiah most probably had someone in mind who lived during his own time when he was writing, but these Servant Songs describe with amazing accuracy the redemptive work of Jesus Christ who lived 500 years later.  All four Servant Songs are appropriately read and reflected on during Holy Week.  Our first reading today is a section from the Servant Songs and is a fitting introduction to the gospel where Jesus tells us he came not to be served but to serve and to give his life as a ransom for many. 

HOMILY – I have a cute story to tell.  Two weeks ago, Fr. Al Bishoff came to our Oktoberfest.  The following week in his homily he happened to mention that he was here and had a delicious brat and sauerkraut sandwich.  How he fit that in with his homily, I don’t know, but sometime after having preached it, a parishioner came to him and said that was one of his best and most inspiring homilies.  Right after Mass, she told him, I was inspired to go out and buy a brat and sauerkraut sandwich.  Here he thought she was complimenting him for giving such a great homily. I guess she popped his bubble. He commented, “You never know what some people are going to be impressed by when you get up to talk.” 

We all have our pride deflated from time to time and it helps keep us humble.  One more story but not as close to home. At a big multimillion dollar company all the secretaries had gone home, so the big CEO of the company stood by the shredding machine with a paper in his hand looking very confused.  A janitor saw him there and offered to help.  The boss said “This paper’s extremely important.  Can you get this thing to work?”  The janitor turned the machine on, took the paper and fed it in.  “Thanks,” said the CEO.  “I just need one copy!” 

Jesus burst the bubble of James and John today when they came up to him asking to be put into the top jobs when Jesus took over running the country as they expected he would!  He had just warned them for the third time about the suffering and death he was soon to face and they still didn’t get it.  He must have felt really frustrated and isolated at times.  It’s a wonder Jesus didn’t just scream out “I don’t know how to get through to you guys.”  But with amazing gentleness he told James and John they didn’t understand what they were asking.  Could they go through what he would have to go through?   With enthusiasm they said they certainly could.  He warned them, they would.  Then he made it clear to them, as he had previously, there’s nothing wrong with wanting to be great.  Greatness in God’s eyes is not the same as what the world considers greatness.  Greatness from God's viewpoint is service to others.  This is something anyone can do, from a child helping at home to a clerk in the supermarket, to the president of a large corporation. 

Being a servant does not mean having people walk all over us.  A policeman who didn’t stop reckless drivers wouldn’t be serving anyone.  A parent who let their child do whatever they want wouldn’t be serving their child.  A teacher who would let a student get by with cheating or not doing their work would be a poor servant as well as a poor teacher.  Being a servant is not always easy and often not popular.  Jesus knew that.  Yet he still came to serve, by healing, by teaching the truth, even though it created enemies for him. He was ready to sacrifice his life to continue serving, even when people ignored him or hated him.

I would like to comment briefly on the last words in today’s gospel: that Jesus came to give his life as “a ransom for many.”  Two words are important here: the word “many” and the word “ransom.”  1) I think the word “many” implies there are some who are not saved because they have chosen a path that leads to eternal unhappiness rather than to eternal life.  This word seems to fly in the face of the so called new age theology which supposes there will be no hell and everyone, no matter how they lived, will end up enjoying the blessedness of heaven.  If everyone is going to be saved, why did Christ waste his time trying to point out to us how we are to live and what we must do in order to enter into eternal life?  2) This word “ransom” is a word that connects with customs that were practiced many centuries ago.  In olden times slaves or captives or prisoners were ransomed, but it seldom happens today.  I want to end with a modern day story that might convey the idea of “ransom.”  It’s about St. Maximilian Kolbe who understood and lived the spirit of Jesus, the spirit of service.  He gave his life as a ransom for another.  Maximilian was a priest and was twice arrested by the Nazis during the second world war for his religious activities.  The second time he ended up in Auschwitz.  A prisoner in the jail there escaped and the commandant punished the entire prison camp by announcing that ten prisoners would die by starvation.  The commandant walked along the ranks relishing this chance to choose the ten men for death.  As the ten he chose were being marched off to the starvation bunkers, Maximilian broke rank with the other prisoners, walked up to one of the ten men who were marching to their death and said, “I would like to take that man’s place.  He has a wife and children.” The surprised commandant kicked the man out of line and allowed Maximilian to take his place in the death march.  He was starved for days before the Nazis got tired of waiting for him to die.  So they sent an SS officer to give him an injection of carbolic acid to kill him. 

We celebrate now the love of One who gave his life as a ransom for all of us.

 

 

25th Sunday in Ordinary Time
 

   Wisdom 2: 12, 17-20

Let us lay traps for the upright man, since he annoys us 
and opposes our way of life, 
reproaches us for our sins against the Law, 
and accuses us of sins against our upbringing. 

Let us see if what he says is true, 
and test him to see what sort of end he will have. 
For if the upright man is God’s son, God will help him 
and rescue him from the clutches of his enemies. 
Let us test him with cruelty and with torture, 
and thus explore this gentleness of his 
and put his patience to the test. 
Let us condemn him to a shameful death 
since God will rescue him—or so he claims.’

 

James 3: 16 - 4: 3

Wherever there are jealousy and ambition, there are also disharmony and wickedness of every kind; whereas the wisdom that comes down from above is essentially something pure; it is also peaceable, kindly and considerate; it is full of mercy and shows itself by doing good; nor is there any trace of partiality or hypocrisy in it. The peace sown by peacemakers brings a harvest of justice.

Where do these wars and battles between yourselves first start? Is it not precisely in the desires fighting inside your own selves? You want something and you lack it; so you kill. You have an ambition that you cannot satisfy; so you fight to get your way by force. It is because you do not pray that you do not receive; when you do pray and do not receive, it is because you prayed wrongly, wanting to indulge your passions. 

 

Mark 9: 30-37

After leaving that place they made their way through Galilee; and he did not want anyone to know, because he was instructing his disciples; he was telling them, 'The Son of man will be delivered into the power of men; they will put him to death; and three days after he has been put to death he will rise again.' But they did not understand what he said and were afraid to ask him.

Who is the greatest?

They came to Capernaum, and when he got into the house he asked them, 'What were you arguing about on the road?' They said nothing, because on the road they had been arguing which of them was the greatest. So he sat down, called the Twelve to him and said, 'If anyone wants to be first, he must make himself last of all and servant of all.' He then took a little child whom he set among them and embraced, and he said to them, 'Anyone who welcomes a little child such as this in my name, welcomes me; and anyone who welcomes me, welcomes not me but the one who sent me.'

 

 

 

 

Jiffy Sheet: 108 day Novena beginning October 18, 2009 to February 2, 2010

You will need:           1. This sheet
                                2. Holy Spirit Novena Book
                                3. Shepherds of Christ Prayer Manual

I. Begin at 6:20 p.m. by singing, "Come Holy Ghost" (verse 1).

  1. Say, "I want to make a Spiritual Communion." 

  2. "I give my heart to Jesus and Mary with you in love." (This will unite us in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.) 

  3. Cast out Satan: "We cast Satan into the fires of hell, far from us, our families, our Movement, Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center, the Church and the world in the name of the Father, and of the Son, and of the Holy Spirit."

Holy Spirit Novena and Rosary Novena Chart

Day:

1  

2

4  

5  

7  

Period I

Oct 18 - J

19 - L

20 - S

21 - G

22 - J

23 - L

24 - S

25 - G

26 - J

II

27 - L

28 - S

29 - G

30 - J

31 - L

Nov 1 - S

2 - G

3 - J

4 - L

Period I

5 - S

6 - G

7 - J

8 - L

9 - S

10 - G

11 - J

12 - L

13 - S

II

14 - G

15 - J

16 - L

17 - S

18 - G

19 - J

20 - L

21 - S

22 - G

Period I

23 - J

24 - L

25 - S

26 - G

27 - J

28 - L

29 - S 

30 - G

Dec 1 - J

II

2 - L

3 - S

4 - G

5 - J

6 - L

7 - S

8 - G

9 - J

10 - L

Period I

11 - S

12 - G

13 - J

14 - L

15 - S

16 - G 

17 - J

18 - L

19 - S

II

20 - G

21 - J

22 - L

23 - S

24 - G

25 - J

26 - L

27 - S

28 - G

Period I

29 - J

30 - L

31 - S

Jan 1 - G

2 - J

3 - L

4 - S

5 - G

6 - J

II

7 - L

8 - S

9 - G

10 - J

11 - L

12 - S

13 - G

14 - J

15 - L

Period I

16 - S

17 - G

18 - J

19 - L

20 - S

21 - G

22 - J

23 - L

24 - S

II

25 - G

26 - J

27 - L

28 - S

29 - G

30 - J

31 - L

Feb 1 - S

2 - G

  1. Pray the Holy Spirit Novena using the Holy Spirit Novena Booklet.

  2. After the novena, read the appropriate meditation. For example: period 1, day 1; period 1, day 2; etc. This will continue until further indicated.

    • It is enormously important that you feel as a body praying together, asking for the special coming of the Holy Spirit.

  3. After the meditation say: "We consecrate the Movement, Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center, the Church and the world to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary."

  4. Ask that the Blood of Jesus be spread on the Movement, Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center, the Church and the world.

  5. Begin the 6:30 p.m. prayer service as usual.

II. Begin the 6:30 prayer service

  1. Begin praying:  Dear Father in the name of Your Son Jesus, in the Holy Spirit, through the powerful intercession of the Virgin Mary, with all the angels and the saints and the souls in purgatory, we join in one mind and one heart and ask the Holy Spirit to come to all the world in a special way, especially to our priests. We pray all prayers for the priests and the renewal of the Church and the world and for the Shepherds of Christ intentions. By the precious Body and Blood of Jesus we cast out Satan far from this place, our families, the Shepherds of Christ Movement, Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center, the Church and the world. We ask the Blood of Jesus be spread on us, the Shepherds of Christ Movement, Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center, the Church and the world. We beg for grace and mercy for the world and wish to make reparation to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. We give our hearts to Jesus and Mary with all gathered here in love. We wish to be forgiven for offending one another. We love You God, help us.

  2. Sing A Song from Jesus.   Refrain:  "I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior.  I am your God, I died for you, I come to you this day."

  3. Then begin the prayers of the Good Shepherd (Shepherds of Christ Prayer Manual).

  4. Sing The Rosary song   Refrain:  "Oh the rosary, the rosary is the love of Their two Hearts,   Oh the rosary, the rosary is the love of Their two Hearts."
          1) Ave Maria, Ave Maria.
          2) Jesus we love You, Mary we love you.
          3) This is her peace plan, Children must pray it.
          4) We turn to Mary, She is the Queen of Peace.
          5) Oh Sacred Heart Divine, Oh Heart of Mary pure, Ave Maria, We love to pray it!

  5. Begin the rosary. Please use the Rosary Books and the Rosary Aves.  The important thing is to pray the prayers and the rosary at 6:30 p.m., if possible. (Rosary mysteries need to be according to the Rosary Novena.)

  6. Read the Ten Commandments.

    1.  I, the Lord, am your God. You shall not have other gods besides me.
    2.  You shall not take the name of the Lord, your God, in vain.
    3.  Remember to keep holy the Sabbath day.
    4.  Honor your father and your mother.
    5.  You shall not kill.
    6.  You shall not commit adultery.
    7.  You shall not steal.
    8.  You shall not bear false witness against your neighbor.
    9.  You shall not covet your neighbor's wife.
    10.  You shall not covet anything that belongs to your neighbor.
      

  7. Pray A Prayer of Thanksgiving then read the Daily Message for the day.

 

 

 

  Statues  

     

Sacred Heart of Jesus w/glass - 18

Our Lady-Guadalupe w/glass - 12
Limpias - 8
     

Immaculate Heart w/glass - 18

I Heart - Ivory w/glass - 18

Our Lady of Grace w/glass - 18

     
Our Lady-Mt. Carmel w/glass - 18

Our Lady of Lourdes w/glass - 18

Infant of Prague w/glass - 24

     

Sacred Heart of Jesus w/glass - 24

Sacred Heart -Blessing w/glass - 24

Sorrowful Mother w/glass - 24

 

 

 

I Heart - Ivory w/glass - 24

I Heart of Mary w/glass - 24

Our Lady of Lourdes w/glass - 24
   

 

  

 

Our Lady-Guadalupe w/glass - 28

Our Lady of Grace w/glass - 24

Our Lady-Mt. Carmel w/glass - 24
     

Fatima w/glass - 11

Pilgrim Virgin w/glass - 12

Pilgrim Virgin w/glass - 15

 

  

 

Fatima w/glass - 18

Pilgrim Virgin w/glass - 18

 

Pilgrim Virgin w/glass - 27

St. Padre Pio

St. Joseph

St. Therese

   

 

 

St. Francis

St. Anthony

St. Claire

 

  

 

Limpias

St. Jude
 

Divine Mercy

 

  

 

Holy Family

Angel

St. Philomena

 

 

 

Pieta - Marble

Pieta - Color

Holy Family

 

  

 

St. Anthony - 18

St. Francis - 18

St. Joseph - 18

 

 

 

St. Therese - 18

St. Rita - 18

St. Clare - 12
 
     

St. Rita - 12

St. Padre Pio - 12
Divine Mercy - 12

 

       


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 Limpias

 24"

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 St. Anthony

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$125

 

 St. Claire

 24"

$125

 

 St. Francis

 24"

$125

 

 St. Joseph

 24"

$125

 

 St. Jude

 24"

$125

 

 St. Padre Pio

 24"

$125

 

 St. Therese

 24"

$125

 
 Divine Mercy

22"

$125  
 Angel

22"

$100  
 St. Philomena

20"

$100  
 St. Philomena

16"

$65  
 St. Joseph

18"

$65  
 St. Francis

18"

$65  
 St. Anthony

18"

$65  
 St. Rita

18"

$65  
 St. Therese

18"

$65  
 Pieta - Color 15" $75  
 Pieta - Marble 15" $75  
 Holy Family

12"

$60  
 St. Padre Pio - standing

12"

$40  
 St. Padre Pio - sitting

8"

$50  
 St. Rita

12"

$40  

 Divine Mercy

12"

$40  
 St. Claire

12"

$40  
 Limpias

8"

$25  
 Our Lady of Guadalupe w/glass

28"

$500  
 Our Lady of Mt. Carmel w/glass

24"

$500  

 Immaculate Heart of Mary w/glass

 24"

$500  

 Immaculate Heart - Ivory w/glass

 24"

$500  

 Infant of Prague w/glass

 24"

$500  

 Our Lady of Grace w/glass

 24"

$500  

 Our Lady of Lourdes w/glass  

 24"

$500  
 Sacred Heart of Jesus w/glass

 24"

$500  
 Sacred Heart -Blessing w/glass

 24"

$500  

 Sorrowful Mother w/glass

 24"

$500  
 Immaculate Heart of Mary w/glass

18"

$300  
 Immaculate Heart - Ivory w/glass

18"

$300  
 Sacred Heart of Jesus w/glass

18"

$300  
 Our Lady of Lourdes w/glass  

18"

$300  
 Our Lady of Grace w/glass

18"

$300  

 Our Lady of Mt. Carmel w/glass

18" $300  
 Our Lady of Guadalupe w/glass

12"

$200  

 Fatima w/glass

11"

$150  

 Fatima w/glass

 18"

$250  
 Pilgrim Virgin w/glass

 12"

$160  
 Pilgrim Virgin w/glass 15" $200  
 Pilgrim Virgin w/glass 18" $250  
 Pilgrim Virgin w/glass

27"

$450  


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Priestly Newsletter Book I

12 Newsletters
July 1994 - June 1996

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Priestly Newsletter Book 3

4 Newsletters & Prayers
2000

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Spirituality Handbook
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Messages given
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Tell My People
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The Pain and the Joy

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2000 - Issue 1

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Authenticity


 
Prayers and Meditations

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In Imitation of Two Hearts

For those suffering or
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Light, Happiness and Peace

Journeying through traditional
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$10.00

Medicine of Immortality

Prayers and Meditations - will assist the reader in growth toward a deeper understanding of the mystery of the Eucharist

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Ideal for RCIA, Adult & Youth Bible Study, Homeschooling, Catholic
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Consolation DVD

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Medicine of Immortality
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2 CDs - $17.00

In Imitation of Two Hearts DVD

$10.00


 

Consolation CD
by Fr. John

$8.00
 


 

Nursing Home Mass CD

$8.00
 

Holy Spirit Novena DVD

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The Fire of His Love

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So Deep Is the Love of His Heart

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Love God, Love One Another

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He Calls Us to Action

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Rosaries from the
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Rosaries from the
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July 31, 1994

Words of Jesus to Members of
Shepherds of Christ Associates:

"My beloved priest-companion, I intend to use the priestly newsletter, Shepherds of Christ, and the movement, Shepherds of Christ Associates, in a powerful way for the renewal of My Church and the world.

"I will use the newsletter and the chapters of Shepherds of Christ Associates as a powerful instrument for spreading devotion to My Heart and My Mother's Heart.

"I am calling many to become members of Shepherds of Christ Associates. To all of them I will give great blessings. I will use them as instruments to help bring about the triumph of the Immaculate Heart and the reign of My Sacred Heart. I will give great graces to the members of Shepherds of Christ Associates. I will call them to be deeply united to My Heart and to Mary's Heart as I lead them ever closer to My Father in the Holy Spirit."

- Message from Jesus to Father Edward J. Carter, S.J., Founder, as given on July 31, 1994,
feast of Saint Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits)

 

  

 

  


 

The China Church is over 140 years old

and we pray in there 24 hours a day.

It needs stucco and so does

the community building.

Can you please help us?

Call Kathleen 1-888-211-3041

 

Likewise the priest house

is 150 years old.

Jesus told us to repair it

which we have been doing.

We need $13,000.00 for this work.

 

 

 

 

 

 

You can help put the Blue Book V

in the hands of 1,000 people

we need $1,200 postage for this

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You can help put Fr. Joe's homily

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1,000 priests — it costs $1,100

This can help 1,000 parish priests

talk about Covenant for Lent 

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