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.
October 27, 1998
Jesus speaks: My beloved ones,
I speak to you of love. If you do not act lovingly you are a sounding gong. If you truly speak with the most eloquent tongues and cease to love in your hearts, you are not as God wills.
See Me hanging on the cross. My message I delivered to you in My life given as a sacrifice. You have made it all so complicated when in fact it is so simple. It is genuine love. Love those who help you, do not take them for granted. Express your gratitude and thanks. In loving those who are responding in love to you, you are acting as the Lord wishes. Many times, My children, you love those who treat you angrily and do not love those who are close who serve you. Pray for My apostles and workers. You do not know the spiritual attack they are under.
It is My grace that has helped the Movement spread. I ask the priests to pray for the Movement. I ask the priests to pray the prayers for renewal of the Church and the world. I ask the priests to pray the prayers for other priests. I ask that Masses be offered for the Shepherds of Christ. I ask that the faithful pray for the Shepherds of Christ intentions at Mass.
I ask that the booklet for the Apostles of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus be demessagetized and circulated in churches.
Value that which is valuable. Pray for the loyal apostles. Join in one mind and one heart in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary and pray for My faithful ones spreading the Movement.
I ask the priests reading the priestly newsletter to pray for the formation of prayer chapters praying for priests. The prayer chapters must get into the churches. The prayer chapters must get into the schools. It is essential that the family consecrate their hearts together. Such grace is granted when the family consecrates their hearts together and prays together. I wish all to pray at 6:30 p.m.
Oh children of the earth, I cry from the depth of My Heart. You need to pray for grace to spread the Movement to the far ends of the earth. The priestly newsletter must get in the hands of bishops and all in their dioceses. I wish issue 4 and 5, 1998, of the priestly newsletter be circulated as extensively as possible to the earth. I wish all to help support this and get these newsletters and tapes of newsletters in the hands of the priests. I wish issue 5 be taped as soon as possible and these tapes 4 and 5 be duplicated in large quantities and circulated. These tapes can be made available in a folder of two for presents for priests for Christmas. Included in this package should be the prayer manual, Prayer for Priests holy card, Prayer for Union with Jesus and Prayer before the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.
I wish all to help with this endeavor and to have the packets passed out in Florida in the store and on Dec. 17, 1998, for presents for priests for Christmas.
Included with the package should be the two priestly newsletters.
I am Jesus, I am the Good Shepherd. My Mother and I implore you to help to spread the priestly newsletter to all priests and the prayer manual to all souls of the earth. I tell you America, I tell you world, I tell you to pray as I have directed. Please comply, please support this endeavor to reach the priests with the newsletter and to begin prayer chapters in the churches, schools and family.
Please I beg you, I am the Good Shepherd.
Mary speaks: I implore you my children, as the Lady of Fatima more than 80 years later. Please, this Christmas, I wish my Son to be alive in their hearts through consecration. Please help us. I call to you from my image in Florida, please, my children.
Put away your molten calves, you have made money your god. My Son Jesus was born in a stable in Bethlehem, He is the Savior of the World.
I wish you to give priests the two newsletters and the prayer manual for Christmas presents. Give them a gift that will help Christ come alive in their hearts more and more.
I am Mary your Mother. The light shown over the stable and the Light of the World was born.
When you consecrate your hearts to Our Hearts, His light will be abundantly alive in your hearts and you will know and love Him more and more.
My Son has promised the greatest graces to take you deeply into His Heart when you pray the prayers in the Shepherds of Christ Prayer Manual.
Include the message of July 31, 1994.
"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 as given on July 31, 1994, feast of Saint Ignatius Loyola, Founder of the Society of Jesus (The Jesuits)
Mary speaks: I love you my beautiful children,
I am Mary your Mother. This Christmas these newsletters will help to bring light to many hearts.
These will not be available in packets until after December 1, 1998. This is the beginning of gifts for your priests. I ask you as your heavenly Mother to give these tapes and newsletters to your priests all through the year. Please help with this in any way possible. The Heart of my Son Jesus will reign and my Heart will triumph. You must pray the prayers my Son Jesus has given to you for your priests and the renewal of the Church and the world. Give your priests a real gift, that their hearts will be holy hearts dwelling in Our pure Hearts.
I further ask that the Rosary Books, Rosaries from the Hearts of Jesus and Mary and Rosaries for Parents and Children be available as soon as possible for gifts. Rosary Books are available now in Florida. Give the gifts We have given to you to light the hearts with the love of Jesus this Christmas.
[The materials are available in the bookstore in Florida at the image site and in the Eucharistic Center, China, Indiana on the 13th of the month. Also materials are available through the mail by calling Shepherds of Christ. 1-888-211-3041]
Mary speaks: My children, please reach the world with the words my Son Jesus and I have given to you.
Oh children, the little ones are falling over for they do not know how far they have wandered.
Do you know the pain of the Mother in anguish calling out to help her children?
Do you know the pain in your own heart when you feel a child has wandered from God? It tears the heart of the mother who loves God.
Oh my children, I speak to you of the death of my precious ones to the fires of hell.
One priest can reach so, so many souls. Help me my children. Listen to the voice of the Good Shepherd, do not turn a deaf ear. Please help me. I wish all to gather at 6:30 p.m., December 17, 1998, at my site in Florida as the Father has requested. I wish my children unable to attend to pray fervently and continue praying every day at 6:30 p.m., including Christmas Day. I ask you to ask my beautiful Son Jesus to come alive in your hearts this Christmas with burning love. Christmas is His birthday. I ask you to help bring His love to the hearts by spreading this material.
Oh my children, please pray, I implore you. He is alive and He calls to you.
My Son will shepherd the flock through His holy priests. You must reach them with His instrument (the priestly newsletter) and consecration. You must pray for them.
|Prayer for Priests "Lord Jesus, Chief Shepherd of the Flock, we pray that in the great love and mercy of Your Sacred Heart You attend to all the needs of Your priest-shepherds throughout the world. We ask that You draw back to Your Heart all those priests who have seriously strayed from Your path, that You rekindle the desire for holiness in the hearts of those priests who have become lukewarm, and that You continue to give Your fervent priests the desire for the highest holiness. United with Your Heart and Mary's Heart, we ask that You take this petition to Your heavenly Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit. Amen"|
"For the Lord Yahweh says this: Look, I myself shall take care of my flock and look after it. As a shepherd looks after his flock when he is with his scattered sheep, so shall I look after my sheep. I shall rescue them from wherever they have been scattered on the day of clouds and darkness. I shall bring them back from the peoples where they are; I shall gather them back from the countries and bring them back to their own land. I shall pasture them on the mountains of Israel, in the ravines and in all the inhabited parts of the country. I shall feed them in good pasturage; the highest mountains of Israel will be their grazing ground. There they will rest in good grazing grounds; they will browse in rich pastures on the mountains of Israel. I myself shall pasture my sheep, I myself shall give them rest - declares the Lord Yahweh. I shall look for the lost one, bring back the stray, bandage the injured and make the sick strong. I shall watch over the fat and healthy. I shall be a true shepherd to them."
Psalm 23 The good Shepherd
Yahweh is my shepherd, I lack nothing.
In grassy meadows he lets me lie.
By tranquil streams he leads me
to restore my spirit.
He guides me in paths of saving justice
as befits his name.
Even were I to walk in a ravine as dark as death
I should fear no danger, for you are at my side.
Your staff and your crook are there to soothe me.
You prepare a table for me
under the eyes of my enemies;
you anoint my head with oil;
my cup brims over.
Kindness and faithful love pursue me
every day of my life.
I make my home in the house of Yahweh
for all time to come.
Mary speaks: I love you, Mary
Jesus speaks: I ask you to include newsletter 4 here on the Internet in the daily messages as soon as possible. I also ask newsletter 5, 1998 to be included when available on the Internet.
I ask that the second book of messages be completed Oct. 31, 1998. I ask it to end with the 5th newsletter for priests.
I ask this book of messages to be released as soon as possible.
I ask all to pray for the Publishing Company of Shepherds of Christ.
I ask all to pray for the requests of the Father for Dec. 17, 1998.
I appeared on the cross with My mouth moving Dec 5, 1996. The Lady appeared on the building Dec. 17, 1996.
The Father has asked for the unveiling of the crucifix Dec. 17, 1998, I ask all attempts are made to do this as the Father requested. This is an important date to heaven. On Dec. 17, 1991, the messenger was given the vision of the open Heart on fire for love of men on the cover of Blue Book II.
I love you My children,
I am Jesus your Savior
The rosary promised on the 5ths will still take place on Dec. 5, 1998, at the Florida site. Great graces and messages will be given, for My messenger will be there for the prayer meeting at 6:30 p.m.
I love you, Jesus
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The followingShepherds of Christ Newsletter, 1998 - Issue Four, is not part of the daily message but was requested by Jesus on October 27, 1998 to appear at the end of the daily messages.
Chief Shepherd of the Flock
I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd is one who lays down his life for his sheep. The hired man, since he is not the shepherd and the sheep do not belong to him, abandons the sheep and runs away as soon as he sees a wolf coming, and then the wolf attacks and scatters the sheep; this is because he is only a hired man and has no concern for the sheep. I am the good shepherd; I know my own and my own know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the Father; and I lay down my life for my sheep. (Jn 10:11-151)
Yes, the Good Shepherd laid down His life for us in His brutal and agonizing death on the cross and rose gloriously from the dead so that we might have abundant life in Him.
One of the most important aspects of the life Jesus came to give us is peace. We have the following account of Jesus' appearance to the disciples after His resurrection:
"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 showed them his hands and his side. The disciples were filled with joy when they saw the Lord, and he said to them again, 'Peace be with you'" (Jn 20:19-21).
Here is the beautiful prayer of St. Francis of Assisi:
Lord, make me an instrument of your peace.
Where there is hatred, let me sow love.
Where there is injury, pardon.
Where there is doubt, faith.
Where there is despair, life.
Where there is darkness, light.
Where there is sadness, joy.
O Divine Master, grant that I may not so much seek
to be consoled, as to console;
to be understood, as to understand;
to be loved, as to love;
for it is in giving that we receive,
it is in pardoning that we are pardoned.
It is in dying that we are born to eternal life.
Friendship is a process of self-liberation. As I give myself to another in friendship, I am aided in the process of escape from my false self. I am aided in the process of growing in true self-identity. The facade which the false self has erected around the authentic self gradually dissolves through the dynamics of true friendship. Thy is this? When another receives me in friendship, that other receives me as I am. The friend loves me in my good points, loves me despite my bad points. In the warmth of this receptive love, I am encouraged to be and to become my authentic self. I do not have to project a false self in the hopes that such an image might be more acceptable to the other. I am encouraged to take the risk of being my true self, since I know the other will not reject me. As a matter of fact, my true self is more attractive to the friend and to others precisely because it is my authentic self--the self God destines me to be. Friendship, then, increases my freedom--the freedom to be my real self. The deeper the friendship, the more I am encouraged by the other's love to be and to become, to exercise my talents and to bring them to ever greater maturation for love of God and neighbor.
If my possibilities of growing according to my authentic self are enhanced as I give myself to a human-person friend, much more are the possibilities enhanced as I give myself to Jesus in friendship. The more I am aware of Jesus' tremendous and personal love for me, the more secure I feel in developing my real self. Being accepted by Jesus as an intimate friend should really change my life--as it changed the life of St. Paul and many others. As Jesus has given himself entirely to me, so I should give myself entirely to Him. This deep and intense friendship accomplishes my ongoing transformation, my ongoing conversion. This friend Jesus, through the strength and the tenderness of his love, gradually draws me out of my selfish self, gradually makes me freer to really be, gradually allows my Christic, divinized self to emerge more and more in expressions of love of God and neighbor.
Sharing the pleasant experiences of life with this friend Jesus enhances their joy. Being loved and accepted by others, enjoying the challenge and success of work, experiencing simple joys as well as moments of overwhelming happiness, drinking in the breathless beauties of nature, these and all other such experiences take on deeper meaning to the extent I share them with Jesus. His presence, far from lessening our joy, increases it, and makes us want to thank God all the more for the beauty, the awesomeness, the grandeur, and the tenderness of life.
Sharing with Jesus the difficult aspects life within the human condition lessens their
burden. If Jesus is my friend, should a sense of failure ever snuff out my determination
to struggle on? If Jesus is my friend, should fear ever paralyze me? If Jesus is my
friend, is there any cross which I can claim is too heavy? If Jesus is my friend, can I
ever allow suffering to make me bitter?
This friend Jesus always wants to be so near. He is strong, tender, understanding, gentle, loving. He sympathizes, encourages, challenges, inspires. He leads, but does not force. He admonishes us when we are wrong, but He does not reject us. He is overjoyed at a good deed, and gently but firmly reminds us that there is more to do and to accomplish. This friend Jesus is the perfect friend. He is your friend, and my friend.
Pope John-Paul II tells us: "The more the Church's mission is centered upon man--the more it is, so to speak, anthropocentric--the more it must be confirmed and actualized theocentrically, that is to say, be directed in Jesus Christ to the Father...Today I wish to say that openness to Christ, who as the Redeemer of the world fully 'reveals man to himself', can only be achieved through an ever more mature reference to the Father and his love...Making the Father present as love and mercy is, in Christ's own consciousness, the fundamental touchstone of his mission as the Messiah..."13
Archbishop Luis M. Martinez instructs us: "Consecration to the Holy Spirit must be total: nothing must draw us away from His loving possession. Undoubtedly vacillations and deficiencies are part of our imperfection, but even so, our love must not be extinguished. Rather, it must lift its divine flame toward infinite love in the midst of all human vicissitudes.
True devotion to the Holy spirit, therefore, is not something superficial and intermittent, but something profound and constant, like Christian life itself; it is the love of the soul that corresponds to the love of God, the gift of the creature who tries to be grateful for the divine Gift, the human cooperation that receives the loving and efficacious action of God. As divine love is eternal, its gift without repentance and its action constant, it is our part to have our heart always open to love, ready to receive the unspeakable gift, and to keep all our powers docile to the divine movement."14
St. Paul tells us: "Life to me, of course, is Christ, but then death would bring me something more; but then again, if living in this body means doing work which is having good results--I do not know what I should choose. I am caught in the dilemma: I want to be gone and be with Christ, which would be very much the better, but for me to stay alive in this body is a more urgent need for your sake." (Phil l:21-24)
We should all be inspired by these words of Paul to stimulate our own personal love and enthusiasm for Jesus. After all, for us, to live should mean Christ. What else does the word Christian mean? If we reflect on the meaning of the word Christian, we realize that it ideally means a follower of Christ, one totally committed to Christ, one for whom life has no real meaning without Jesus, one who is willing to live and to die for Jesus and His cause. Why is it at times that we do not allow Jesus to influence our lives as He should? Why at times do we tend to relegate Him to the back of our consciousness and go off in various self-centered directions? Why, apparently, do so many Christians become enthusiastic about all kinds of projects, and yet have such faint enthusiasm for that all-important project which is the work of Jesus? As committed Christians, we should take the appropriate means which will prevent us from succumbing to such an attitude.
We have the privilege and the responsibility of allowing Jesus to live through us. Jesus wants to live in us. He wants us to help Him continue His redemptive mission in and through us. Some two thousand years ago Jesus walked the earth teaching, healing the sick, forgiving sins, extending His love and mercy, choosing His apostles, forming His Church. In all this He was achieving what theologians call the objective redemption. We had no part in this. However, we now live in the stage of subjective redemption--the application of the fruits of Jesus' objective redemption to individual subjects or persons. In this phase of redemption, Jesus asks our help. He asks us to lend Him our hands, our speech, our minds, our wills, our hearts.
In this work of ongoing redemption, each of us has a special mission, a special role to fulfill. No one can fulfill another's mission. Each of us, being a unique person, has a unique mission to carry out. John Cardinal Newman reminds us: "...everyone who breathes, high and low, educated and ignorant, young and old, man and woman, has a mission, has a work. We are not sent into this world for nothing; we are not born at random...God sees everyone of us; He creates every soul, He lodges it in the body, one by one, for a purpose. He needs, He deigns to need, every one of us. He has an end for each of us; we are all equal in His sight, and we are placed in our different ranks and stations, not to get what we can out of them for ourselves, but to labor in them for Him. As Christ has His work, we too have ours; as He rejoiced to do His work, we must rejoice in ours also."15
We accomplish our mission in, with, through, and for Jesus. He is with us showing the way, gently teaching us how to live according to the pattern of His own life. He encourages us when the days become bleak. He constantly reminds us of His tender and concerned love for each of us. He inspires us to greater things. He tells us that He wants us, that He needs us, that He thinks so much of us, that He values so highly what each of us has to contribute. This is the Jesus we follow. To live is Christ.
Vatican II states: "Coming down to practical and particularly urgent consequences, this Council lays stress on reverence for man; everyone must consider his every neighbor without exception as another self, taking into account first of all his life and the means necessary to living it with dignity, so as not to imitate the rich man who had no concern for the poor man Lazarus.
"In our times a special obligation binds us to make ourselves the neighbor of absolutely every person...whether he be an old man abandoned by all, a foreign laborer unjustly looked down upon, a refugee, a child born of an unlawful union and wrongfully suffering for a sin he did not commit, or a hungry person...
"Furthermore, whatever is opposed to life itself, such as any type of murder, genocide, abortion, euthanasia, or willful self-destruction; whatever violates the integrity of the human person, such as mutilation, torments inflicted on body or mind, attempts to coerce the will itself; whatever insults human dignity, such as subhuman living conditions...as well as disgraceful working conditions, where men are treated as mere tools for profit, rather than as free and responsible persons; all these things and others of their like are infamies indeed. They poison human society, but they do more harm to those who practice them than those who suffer from the injury. Moreover, they are a supreme dishonor to the Creator."16
Many of the laity pray for us priests, and consistently so. Is it not also fitting that we priests pray for all our brothers in the priesthood, and consistently so? There follows a prayer that can aid us in this endeavor.
"Lord Jesus, Chief Shepherd of the Flock, we pray that in the great love and mercy of Your Heart that You attend to all the needs of your priest-shepherds throughout the world. We ask that you draw back to your Heart all those priests who have seriously strayed from your path, that you rekindle the desire for holiness in the hearts of those priests who have become lukewarm, and that you continue to give your fervent priests the desire for the highest holiness. United with Your Heart and Mary's Heart, we ask that you take this petition to your heavenly Father in the unity of the Holy Spirit. Amen".
The above prayer is taken from the prayer manual of Shepherds of Christ Associates, a facet of Shepherds of Christ Ministries. The associates are members of prayer groups which meet regularly to pray for all the needs of the entire human family, but most especially for priests. If you would like a copy, or copies, of this prayer manual, and, further, if you would like information on how to begin a Shepherds of Christ prayer chapter, contact us at:
Shepherds of Christ, P.O. Box 193, Morrow, Ohio 45152-0193,
Phone (toll free): 1-888-211-3041
J. Patrick Gaffney, S.M.M., writes of St. Louis de Montfort: "Montfort's intense devotion to Mary is clearly Christocentric. So strongly does the saint insist upon the point that he forcefully teaches that if devotion to Mary alienated us from Jesus it would have to be rejected as a diabolical temptation...With Mary we enter into a more intense and more immediate union with the Incarnate Wisdom. To wrench Mary from salvation history and therefore from Christian life is, for Montfort, to reject the plan of salvation as decreed by the Father.
"The total, lived-out acceptance of the reality of our faith is what Montfort calls 'Consecration to the Eternal and Incarnate Wisdom.' This loving, free surrender to God's plan renews us in the Spirit so that we may 'carry out great things for God and for the salvation of souls' (cf. The True Devotion, 214)...and all must be done in the 'milieu' of Mary's maternal influence so that we may, like her, be temples of the Holy Spirit and thereby renew the face of the earth."17
And here are words from St. Louis himself: "The more one is consecrated to Mary, the more one is consecrated to Jesus."18
Lord, Jesus, Chief Shepherd of the Flock, I consecrate my priestly life to Your Heart, pierced on Calvary for love of us. From Your pierced Heart the Church was born, the Church You have called me as a priest, to serve in a most special way. You reveal Your Heart as symbol of Your love in all its aspects, including Your most special love for me, whom you have chosen as your priest-companion. Help me always to pour out my life in love of God and neighbor. Heart of Jesus, I place my trust in you.
Dear Blessed Virgin Mary, I consecrate myself to your maternal and Immaculate Heart, this Heart which is symbol of your life of love. You are the Mother of my Savior. You are also my Mother. You love me with a most special love as this unique priest-son. In a return of love I give myself entirely to your motherly love and protection. You followed Jesus perfectly. You are His first and perfect disciple. Teach me to imitate you in the putting on of Christ. Be my motherly intercessor so that, through your Immaculate Heart, I may be guided to an ever closer union with the pierced Heart of Jesus, Chief Shepherd of the Flock, Who leads me to the Father in the Holy Spirit.
Here are a few of the many letters we have been receiving, a number of which are increasingly coming from countries outside the U.S.A. This is indicative of the expanding international circulation of the Newsletter.
This date two copies of your Catholic newsletter reached my desk. I put other mail aside and read your publication.
It sold itself. Therefore I would ask for 60 copies that can be spread among our priests, brothers, sisters, deacons and catechists.
I am sure they will appreciate what you send.
Blessings and best wishes.
Your servant in Christ,
Cardinal Pio Taofinu'u
Archbishop of Samoa-Apia
Dear Fr. Edward:
Thank you for the Shepherds of Christ Newsletter. You are putting in the hands of our priests timely materials for spiritual reading and for allocutions and homilies. I myself will find this helpful for my apostolate of giving recollections and retreats to seminarians and priests.
I will be glad to have 60 copies of each issue of the Newsletter starting with the forthcoming newsletter.
Permit me to extend to you and your companions in the apostolate my appreciation and gratitude for extending your help to your fellow priests in the ministry.
God bless you.
Angel N. Lagdameo
Bishop of Dumaguete, Philippines
Dear Fr. Carter,
I have just finished reading issue Two, 1998 of Shepherds of Christ.
I really enjoyed it. It had real spiritual depth. I especially enjoyed the piece on Spiritual Freedom and John of the Cross. Really all the pieces were worthwhile. I liked the mix of traditional pieces (the two consecration prayers and Anima Christi) and your quoting of contemporary writers like Henri Nouwen and Robert Schwartz.
It was an act of the Holy Spirit--divine intervention--that I even read the newsletter. Like all priests, I receive so much unsolicited mail that I automatically toss out a lot of it without looking at it. Somehow, I looked at your newsletter on May 21, my birthday. Your newsletter was my best birthday gift. Keep up the good work.
Fr. Eamon Tobin, Cocoa Beach, Florida
Dear Fr. Carter,
Thank you for your newsletter of priestly spirituality, "Shepherds of Christ". It is both informative and inspirational.
In the peace of Christ,
Fr. Austin Green, O.P. University of Dallas
1998, ISSUE FOUR
Shepherds of Christ
Shepherds of Christ Ministries
P.O. Box 193
Morrow, Ohio 45152-0193
Shepherds of Christ, a spirituality newsletter for priests, is published bi-monthly by Shepherds of Christ Ministries, P.O. Box 193, Morrow, Ohio 45152-0193. While distribution is free of charge to all priests in the U.S., and growing internationally, donations are still very much appreciated. Inquiries and comments are welcome, as are address changes and addresses of the newly ordained. Permission to reproduce intact is granted for non-commercial use. Editor Father Edward Carter S.J. is Professor of Theology at Xavier University in Cincinnati, Ohio. John Weickert is President. Good Shepherd illustration is by Brother Jerome Pryor, S.J. Layout and design are by Cathy Ring. Also dedicated to the spiritual advancement of priests is a worldwide network of lay/religious prayer chapters, Shepherds of Christ Associates, headquartered at 2919 Shawhan Road, Morrow, Ohio 45152, telephone toll free 1-888-211-3041, fax 513-932-6791.
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