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.

October 29, 2001

October 30th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 7 Period 1.
The Novena Rosary Mystery
for October 30th is Joyful.


The Nursing Home #3 video is now on the internet.

It is so beautiful and the sound is excellent!



        There will be a rosary in Sidney, Ohio 
                on October 30, 2001 at 6:20pm

        There will be a rosary in Clearwater, Florida
                on November 5, 2001 at 6:20pm

         These rosaries will be broadcast to different locations, 
                call for details. Great grace can be released 
                when we pray as a body.



Excerpt from the Priestly Newsletter 1999 - Issue 5

Thoughts on the Church

"We should put an end to this division immediately. Let us fall down before our master and implore his mercy with our tears. Then he will be reconciled to us and restore us to the practice of brotherly love that befits us ... A person may be faithful; he may have the power to utter hidden mysteries; he may be discriminating in the evaluation of what is said and pure in his actions. But the greater he seems to be, the more humbly he ought to act, and the more zealous he should be for the common good rather than his own interest." 17




Here are some thoughts regarding the basic nature of Christian prayer:

    "Since the entire Christian life is centered in faith, hope, and love, so also, then, is the life of prayer. In faith, hope, and love, we are receptive to God’s indwelling presence. Father, Son, and Holy Spirit are intimately present to us, and we to Them.

    "Our presence to God in prayer is a receptive presence. We must be open to God, we must be willing to listen to Him. Our attitude should resemble Samuel’s: "Yahweh then came and stood by, calling as he had done before, ‘Samuel! Samuel!’ Samuel answered, ‘Speak, Yahweh; for your servant is listening ." (1 Sam 3:10)

    "Being open to God in prayer, listening to Him, asking Him what He would have us do, is based on the very basic truth that God is the One Who takes the initiative in the Christian life. God is granting His grace in abundance. The danger lies with us, with the possibility that we will be deaf to His call, that we will not listen properly, that our selfishness will blemish our openness.

    "To be open to God in prayer means to make ourselves receptive to His love for us. It means a willingness to allow that love to direct our lives. It means, therefore, a desire to increasingly conform our wills to God’s will in love.

    "In prayer, then, God desires our openness. He wants us to listen. He wants us to allow Him to reveal Himself to us in greater depth. He also desires that we allow Him more and more to reveal ourselves to us -- both the good and the bad. He desires that we allow Him in His love for us to reveal to us those hidden and unrecognized recesses of our being where we still resist Him. He wants to engrave His image upon us ever more deeply. He desires to possess us more completely so that we may more fully be ourselves. God’s possession of us in grace is oriented toward bringing our total being to fulfillment. Grace perfects nature, brings it to a maturity otherwise not possible. Our uniqueness, then, along with all the other aspects of our persons, finds fulfillment in grace. Prayer, in which we open ourselves to being more intimately possessed by God, is truly a special opportunity to fulfill our search for personal authenticity -- for becoming in greater depth our true, unique selves.

    "Prayer’s dialogic love-presence, uniting the Christian with God, is centered in Christ. This fact flows from the mediatorship of Jesus: He draws us to the Father in the Holy Spirit.

    "In prayer, the Father, in the Holy Spirit, speaks to us through Jesus. Through His incarnate Son the Father has revealed Himself and His plan for our salvation. The Father, under the delicate touches of the Spirit, enlightens us in Christ concerning life’s meaning. The Christian can understand his or her existence only in the light of Christ. Hans Urs Von Balthasar says: ‘Those who consider Christian contemplation outdated and turn to the values of the world to give them fresh force are victims of illusion. Only ‘in Christ’ do things attain their ultimate meaning and end ...’ 18

    "We are imprinted with a Trinitarian, Christ-like image. Christ, through His life, death, and resurrection has shown us how to live a God-like, a Trinitarian type, existence. In the quiet of prayer the Father bids us to look at His Son and to assimilate the mysteries or events of His life, death, and resurrection more radically into our own lives. These mysteries possess a perennial reality, a perennial dynamism. As we variously experience Christ -- and prayer is one of the chief means through which we do so -- we also experience these mysteries. We are to incorporate them ever more dynamically into our lives. Because of the fundamental transcendency of Christ’s mysteries, they are always supremely relevant to each Christian of any age. They possess a perennial vitality to meet all exigencies.

    "As we gaze upon Jesus, we deepen the understanding of our own lives in the light of His. In prayer we are deepening the conviction that Jesus has the meaning of life. We come to realize more in the depths of our hearts that without Him there is no consistent and meaningful unity to all our work and play, success and failure, happiness and joy, pain and sorrow. In prayer we achieve a deeper realization of what Jesus meant when He left us these words:

I am the Way; I am Truth and Life.
No one can come to the Father
except through me.
(Jn 14:6) 19



Various Thoughts

    " ‘All that I have written seems to me as a little straw,’ concluded St. Thomas Aquinas toward the end of his life. His humble assessment of himself and his works was accurate. For is not indeed everything that the mind can achieve really only ‘straw’ before the greatness of God and his incredible designs? He is a God, however, who is glorified by our gathering all the ‘straw’ we can for his service and the directing of our own free willed lives, while vigorously routing a temptation toward torpor of intellect.

    "Yes, a mind is for using. Its sound conclusions call for the most serious pondering. And for the heart to claim absolute sovereignty whether over life itself or the decisions that make for life’s unfolding pattern is clearly an unjustified and perilous assumption. Yet, for the mind to insist on its supreme authority in decision making, including the decision to disregard the evidence of the heart, is a counter insistence fraught, if not always with peril, at least with frequent and sometimes very serious loss to the proprietors of mind and heart. Indeed, it is the mind that delivers to the will the evidence on which the will pronounces. Nonetheless, cerebral conclusions need enfleshing with what only the heart can contribute: the finding of love that can never, if the love is real and true, be at enmity with the mind but which can sometimes unseat the mind’s best justified decisions or even topple them. The mind of the father of the prodigal son in the Gospel must surely have rendered the father completely just conclusions: the son must be penanced. He must make reparation. He must become practiced in contrition. He must come to assess himself as a thorough-going rotter. It’s all for his own good, before there be any expression of such unduly swift and overly facile pardon as might leave the boy forever unaware of the heinousness of his crimes.

    "The father might well have then had it in mind to show welcome, once the son’s state of soul had been made clear to him. It was good, clear thinking. But the father’s heart got the better of any sound conclusions of reasonableness. He just held out his arms to his returned renegade son. And threw a party. This is Jesus’ revelation of how the heavenly Father forgives ...

    "It is a most wondrous partnership, that of the mind and heart." 20

    "Jesus knew all those who persecuted Him, and He loved them. Jesus has a constant awareness of each person as the unique creation of the Father, including those who persecuted Him. And He loved them. Yes, He loved them, even to His brutal death on the cross.

    "I have an awareness more and more that I love my brothers and sisters of the human family so much because I see them as created by my loving Father. He loves them so much. He is one with them. How can I not love them? I see less their faults and more their beauty as His creation. I know Jesus gave the last drop of His Blood for them. How could I hate anyone that He loves so much! To love Jesus is to love my brother. I cannot love Jesus and hate my brother. Jesus is one with him. I am one in Him and He is one in me. My brother is one in Him. If I am one with Jesus and I love Jesus, then I must love my brother because he is one with Jesus and we are all one, united in Jesus our Redeemer Who died and rose that we may live, Who died and rose that we may be all profoundly one in Him and one in each other."


16. Ladislas Orsy, S.J., "On Being One With the Church Today", 
        Studies in the Spirituality of Jesuits
, Vol. VII, January.

17. St. Clement, Pope, from a letter to the Corinthians, 
        as in The Liturgy of the Hours, Catholic Book Publishing Co., Vol. III, pp. 455-456.

18. Hans Urs Von Balthasar, Prayer, Sheed and Ward, p. 53.

19. Edward Carter, S.J., Prayer Perspectives, Alba House, pp. 12-16.

20. Mother Mary Francis, P.C.C., Forth and Abroad, Ignatius Press, pp. 121-123

21. St. John of the Cross, "Sayings of Light and Love", 
        The Collected Works of St. John of the Cross

        translated by Kieran Kavanaugh, O.C.D. and 
        Otilio Rodriguez, O.C.D., Doubleday and Co., No. 70.

end of excerpt from Newsletter 1999 - Issue 5




October 29, 2001

Messenger:   Jesus, Jesus, Jesus You are
                             everything to me.

                           I love Your presence I feel
                              after communion.

                           I want to be with You like
                              this all day.

                  I feel a deep presence.
                  God is so good to come to me.

                  I wait and I long for the Eucharist.
                  I am His bride.

                  He refreshes me.

                  He takes me to Himself.

                  God is in me.

                  My beloved Savior comes
                      to me a sinner.

                  I am filled with
                      His life.

                  The Eucharist is
                      so powerful. 



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:   We are united more
                              deeply with everyone else.

                  I ponder the love
                      He has for me.

                  He loves me despite
                      my sins
                      despite my ignorance.
                  He loves me even when I am not
                      loving others
                      as I should.

                  He comes to me.
                  He fills me with
                      His life.

                  My heart is quieted
                      like a baby at the breast.

                  My thoughts are
                      only of Him.

                  I love Him so deeply.

                  Oh my God, I love
                      my brothers
                      and sisters so much.

                  At this time there
                      is a softness to my

                  My love is more gentle,
                      many of my irritations
                      vanish and all
                      I feel is deep love
                      for all.

                  I love to be united to
                      Him in the Eucharist.

                  He loves us so very
                      very much.

                  He loves us despite
                      our sins.

                  He loves the sinners.

                  He wants them to repent.

                  He wants them to love,
                      to love God and love others.

                  My love is so deep for
                     His souls,

                  I know how much
                      He loves them and
                      I love them deeply.

                  I am sorry for my sins
                      and the sins of the
                      people of this earth.

                  I do not want to offend Him,
                      I do not want men to
                      offend God with
                      their sins.

                  Sins!! There are many
                      things in magazines
                      and newspapers
                      that can lure people
                      into sinning.

                  Look at how women
                      are portrayed in movies
                      and magazines.

                  Look at Mary,
                      Queen of peace,


Our Lady of China

October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    Look at Mary in
                               all her beauty. 



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    Ponder the purity
                                of this spotless virgin.

                  She is Mary,
                      Immaculately conceived
                      Mother of all her children.

                  Mary, Mother of
                      God, the spotless virgin.

                  We honor her in her virginity.

                  We honor her as Mother of God.

                  We honor her Immaculately conceived.

                  We honor her as the Mother of her children.

                  We love her beautiful statues and images.

                  Oh Mary we are sorry for the
                      blasphemies against you.

                  Oh God we are sorry for
                      our sins,

                  Here is a message from Mary
                      given to Jacinta before
                      she died.

                  Mary said:



Excerpt from The Spirituality of Fatima and Medjugorje

    Besides the messages associated with the major Fatima apparitions, there were other revelations given by Our Lady. Before Jacinta died, she told of other messages given her (during her illness) by Mary:

    More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason.

    Certain fashions will be introduced that will offend Our Lord very much. (19)


19. For background material on Fatima, I am particularly indebted to 
      Our Lady of Fatima's Peace Plan from Heaven
(Rockford: TAN 
      Books and Publishers, Inc., 1983). pp.9-10.

end of excerpt from The Spirituality of Fatima and Medjugorje



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    It isn't okay to display our
                               bodies in such a way
                               that is immodest and
                               leads others into sin.

                  God wants us to be pure.
                  God wants us to model
                      our lives after Mary.
                  We may be aware of our immodest dress or not aware
                      of it but we should pray for grace to know how
                      to dress modestly.

                  See Mary adorned in rainbow-gold


July 5, 2001


October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    See Mary adorned in a golden garb.


May 5, 2001


October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    She first appeared in rainbow color.


July 5, 2000


October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:    Remember the
                               time of Noah when
                               God flooded the



Genesis 9: 11-17

And I shall maintain my covenant with you: that never again shall all living things be destroyed by the waters of a flood, nor shall there ever again be a flood to devastate the earth.’ 

    ‘And this’, God said, ‘is the sign of the covenant which I now make between myself and you and every living creature with you for all ages to come: I now set my bow in the clouds and it will be the sign of the covenant between me and the earth. When I gather the clouds over the earth and the bow appears in the clouds, I shall recall the covenant between myself and you and every living creature, in a word all living things, and never again will the waters become a flood to destroy all living things. When the bow is in the clouds I shall see it and call to mind the eternal covenant between God and every living creature on earth, that is, all living things.’ ‘That’, God told Noah, ‘is the sign of the covenant I have established between myself and all living things on earth.’



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:  God wants us to obey the
                        10 commandments.

                    One person faithfully loving
                        God and praying can
                        make a difference.

                    We cannot underestimate
                        the importance of our
                        deep heartfelt prayer.

                    Deep heartfelt prayer is pleasing to God.

                    I quote from May 25, 1995
                       the Ascension.



Excerpt from May 25, 1995

I Am Alive!

Messenger: Prayer is a lifting up of our minds and hearts to God. Who am I that I can change any event that is occurring in the lives of another, that I can affect the outcome of any event? I am a child of my Father. My Father is the Almighty God. How I love my dear Father. He is God and He has created me in His own image and likeness. My beloved, dear Father, how I love You that You give me such gifts - that You allow me to share in Your life!

    You are the Father of Jesus and You are My Father. Thank You, My Father, for all Your gifts and for Your life. Who am I that I can affect the life of any person?

    I am a child of God. I call on my dear Father and He loves me so, He listens to me. I lift my heart to You, my dear beloved Father and You listen to little me and You care for me so much. I call upon God and the Almighty God cares for me with such love that He listens.

end of excerpt from May 25, 1995



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:       I write day after day
                            as God directs me.

                         This is a teaching everyday
                            to help us stay focused
                                   on the reality of
                            how truly personal God is.

                            God wants us to have Him
                                in our mind and heart
                                at all times.

                            God wants us to be as
                                St. Paul says



Galatians 2: 19-20

...I have been crucified with Christ and yet I am alive; yet it is no longer I, but Christ living in me...



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:         I am a messenger from God.

                            The message I deliver is about
                                His undaunted love.

                            Look at how Mary appears
                                and then think of the
                                centerfolds of some magazines.

                            The impure pictures,
                                the impurity of movies
                                offend our Lord.

                            Let us look at the 10 Commandments.



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.



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:         God tells us we must obey the

                            It is God's will, we obey the commandments.

                            How many do not obey the 1st commandment.

                            We must pray that people obey the

                            If people obeyed the commandments
                                we would not have so many problems
                                in the world.

                                We cannot write our own

                                The killing of little innocent
                                    lives, offends our God.

                                How many little babies will
                                    be killed today



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:         Every life is sacred to Our Lord.

                            We are so shocked about some deaths,
                                but what about the death
                                of the innocent little babies
                                in the womb.

                            Oh God, tomorrow is healing night,
                                help us.

                                If you are reading this message
                                    and you have Fr. Carter's
                                    tape please unite with us
                                    at 6:20 to pray for the
                                    healing of all priests, and
                                    the healing of the Church
                                    and the world.

                                Please pray with us at 6:20.
                                If you do not have the tape
                                    pray the
                                    6:20 prayer format
                                        yellow book - day 7, 1st period


                                        red book


                                        rosary - joyful

                            Our Lord wants us praying united
                                tomorrow at 6:20 for our
                                own healing healing in our
                                families, healing in the movement
                                and in general healing
                                for the souls of the earth.

                            Please unite with us.
                           You can use the Jiffy sheet (click on).

                            Also lets plan now for
                                November 5, 2001.
                                Find a place to pray together.
                                We can send you the 6:20 tape
                                and you can pray with us.

                            From beneath the image and
                                many before the tabernacle
                                we will connect with
                                at least 8 states and
                                pray united as a body for
                                our priests, the Church and
                                the world, Maybe you can go
                                to one of the sub-centers.
                                Praying to the Father, united to Jesus
                                in the Mass, in the Holy Spirit
                                united to all the angels and
                                saints, praying through
                                the intercession of Our Lady of Clearwater
                                and Fr. Carter, St. Joseph and
                                all the saints.

                            Our prayers can make a difference.

                            We must believe this.

                            We must have faith.

                            We must see that God wants us
                                praying united as a body.

                            Tomorrow night many places
                                will be connected with us.

                            At the end you can read a
                                powerful daily message
                                together, if you are
                                not in the church.

                            We always end with the
                                ten commandments.
                            We then read the daily message.
                            We pray both nights
                            tomorrow until about 10:00,
                            on the 5th until about 10:00 or

                            Please unite and pray with us
                                on these special dates and
                                every night you can at 6:20.

                            Write or call to get Fr. Carter's
                                tape of the 6:20 prayers.

Note:  Think of all
   the little innocent babies
   that are victims
           in this war.

   It is evil to kill a little,
      innocent unborn for personal freedom.

   They are real casualties.




October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:  Think of Mary's children who are
                         losing their souls
                         for all eternity.




October 29, 2001

Messenger: I write as a messenger of God.
                    I have been told to account the following.
                    Dealing with the death of Father Carter has been
                        a process.

                    I deeply know that he is alive and in a far
                         better place than here on earth.

                    At first I did not want to believe he would die.

                    When I took this picture of Father Carter
                         August 8, 2000, it was my birthday
                         and I was crying to him.
                      "Father you have to do something, you
                         might die."


August 8, 2000


October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:  I remember sitting on my bed one night
                         thinking he could die and I would
                         never be able to see him or talk to
                         him again, never go to the Mass he celebrates,
                         or have him hear my confession, or bless the water.

                    When I called him, he would let it ring four
                         times, the answering machine would
                         turn on and then I would say
                         "It's me" and he would always be there
                         it seemed and he picked up.

                    It makes me cry to write this.

                    His commitment to all of us in the Shepherds of Christ was so deep.

                    He strongly knew what God's plan was for
                         the Shepherd's of Christ Movement.

                    He was the founder.

                    I was trained.

                    He got the message to begin it.

                    God gave him the vision of the Reign of
                         the Sacred Heart long before he was
                         told to found the Movement.

                    He knew so much of the Plan and he
                         guided the Movement so it unfolded
                         the way Jesus had directed him. 





October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     Well August 8, 2000 was 49 years since he entered
                    the Jesuits on August 8, 1951. It was my 54th
                    birthday. Little did I know that what I was
                    saying about him dying would soon be a
                    reality, and his once familiar voice on the phone
                    would no longer be there.

                         But God provides us all with what we need to
                    carry out this mission. Some of us will move
                    on sooner than others, but we are part of His
                    plan, doing His will trying to help bring to
                    completion the mission Mary began at Fatima.

                         I guess I was not wanting to believe Father
                    Carter would die so I really began dealing with his death
                    the morning of December 18, 2000 at 3:00 A.M.
                    when God told me he was going to die.

                         Then I knew it would happen. Then I wanted
                    Father to receive his eternal reward.



December 18, 2000, 3:00 a.m. Jesus said:

Would you wish to deprive Me of giving a holy soul their reward?

That is what they lived for, that some day they would be with Me in heaven.

end of December 18, 2000 message



Excerpt from July 21, 2001 message

Messenger: I saw Father Carter dressed in white and I saw
                        how much I have to struggle here below
                        doing God's work and I wanted 
                        Fr. Carter to be in heaven.

end of excerpt from July 21, 2001



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     Well I dreamt of Father last night and I got to
                    work through the process of watching him die.
                    I saw him very sick and it was so real like I was there
                    watching him die.
                    I missed that. His bout with cancer was
                    not revealed until September 22, 2000 and he was so
                    ill with cancer and chemo I did not get to
                    talk much about death to him, there was too
                    much to cover with the future of the Movement
                    and all the writings. Our Lord kept telling us what to do
                    and I felt the urgency of it all, so did Father Carter and John.

                         As I look at it now, I was in shock
                    "sort of". But the comfort from Jesus and the
                    help Jesus gave to us made everything very
                    smooth as the Movement moved on
                    uninterruptedly according to God's plan.

                         I wish now I could have enjoyed more the
                    sunny rides to China that year. Father Carter said
                    every ride in 2000, "Oh look it is another sunny day" and it was.
                    There were always insights to talk about and the
                    people and running of the Movement.

                         I feel now as I ride to China, he is with
                    me as I watch the seasons change in
                    a very deep way helping all of us as he now
                    resides more deeply with Jesus. We have a lot
                    of very special help now. God has really provided for us.

                         I believe connecting to him as a powerful
                    intercessor and to Our Lady of Clearwater
                    can help us a lot.

                         I dreamt he was dying and he was slipping
                    away. This has helped me since I didn't
                    see it happen. I saw him at Mass several times,
                    I also saw him in his house twice after September 22, 2000
                    and I saw how he was getting thinner and thinner and more
                    frail. But he always smiled as he did in this picture.


December 14, 2000


December 14, 2000


October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     I was with him for a long time every day working with
                    him, praying with him and the last three
                    months were mostly contact on the phone
                    and fax after he left the hospital.

                         When I sat beneath his bed in late
                    September in the hospital, I guess I really knew
                    deep in my heart he could go.

                         I felt like Mary under the cross of Jesus.
                    And I wrote about this. Click on.

                         I write this as God directs me. I see the
                    finger prints on the wall in my own home, the untidy things
                    of our children and yet the years go by so
                    quickly and what was once an aggravation today
                    may be a welcomed friend.

                         Sun rise, sunset, the days go by so fast
                    the little ones grow to adults, the adults we love
                    grow old and move on and their love is felt
                    deep in our hearts. We plant seeds of love
                    in all those we touch. We touch the earth
                    with our love and our prayers for all the souls
                    of the earth.

                         Mothers and fathers juggling children and
                    watching every move they make soon have to let
                    go and watch them grow into adults making
                    great strides, making mistakes. We must cut
                    the umbilical cord.

                         The one Person that is always constant
                    and with us is Our Lord. He loved us
                    so much He gave His life for us.

                         Love is like this, when we love someone, we
                    love them, despite their faults and weaknesses,
                    a mother or father may know how deeply they
                    love their son or daughter, they love them, they
                    love them no matter what. They may not love the
                    things they do, but they love them.

                         Jesus loves us so deeply He gave His life
                    for us so we would be saved. He loves us.
                    He wants us to do what is right, but
                    He loves us even when we make mistakes
                    and sin and He is there to forgive us if we
                    ask Him. We offend Him when we sin.
                    He loves us so much. We move away from

                         Look at this picture. 


Lucia's vision

October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     This is the love He has for us.

                         I remember praying for my children when
                    they were sick with high fevers. I would
                    pray so deeply many times their fevers
                    would break and go away.

                         I know we can pray and God is listening
                    to us. He may not help us the way we think
                    He should, but He will help us.

                         We are given so many gifts from Our God.
                    Prayer is so important.

                    We are here such a short time.

                    The falling leaves fall to the ground.




October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     The snow comes.



October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     And soon a blanket of fresh beautiful
                         blossoms cover the trees.





October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     We may move on but the seeds we plant can
                         live in the hearts of all we touch.

                    Our priests are so important to us. One priest can touch
                         so many souls, so deeply. Please
                         pray for them as Jesus asks.
                         Please pray with us.
                         God has given us our
                         priests. What
                         a gift!!

                    One season turns into another.

                    There is joy, there is tears
                    what is important is there is growth
                    in our spiritual life.

                    Mary, our model, intercede for us to
                         God that we will be holy.

                        Mary Mother of the Universe, help Us

                        Our Lady of Fatima in the Americas, hear our prayer.


July 5, 2000

October 29, 2001 message continues

Messenger:     This picture was taken the 
                              LAST DAY FATHER CARTER SAID MASS HERE
                        ONE SEASON TURNS INTO ANOTHER

                        What is important is our spiritual growth.




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