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November 14, 2008

November 15th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 6 Period II.

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Given October 23, 2008

by Rita Ring

                Holy Mass

                    Sign of Cross

                    Unity —

                    Coming together

                    Beg God for forgiveness

                        I confess I have sinned in my
                            thoughts and words —

                            I am sorry God
                            I am sorry for offending others
                            I am sorry for my sins

                In union there is strength

                Sin hurts ourselves and others

                Sin hurts our relationship with God

                We beg for strength as members of the mystical
                    body for ourselves, for the Church, for the
                    world —

                God has all the power —

                Strength comes in forgiveness and love —

                Love of Christ surpasses all knowledge —

    

Ephesians 3: 14-21

This, then, is what I pray, kneeling before the Father, from whom every fatherhood, in heaven or on earth, takes its name. In the abundance of his glory may he, through his Spirit, enable you to grow firm in power with regard to your inner self, so that Christ may live in your hearts through faith, and then, planted in love and built on love, with all God’s holy people you will have the strength to grasp the breadth and the length, the height and the depth; so that, knowing the love of Christ, which is beyond knowledge, you may be filled with the utter fullness of God. 

    Glory be to him whose power, working in us, can do infinitely more than we can ask or imagine; glory be to him from generation to generation in the Church and in Christ Jesus for ever and ever. Amen.

   

                The earth is full of the goodness of the Lord —

                We are to praise God —

                God is all kind

                God is trustworthy —

                God's faithfulness is forever

                A nation will be strong because its government
                    lives in truth and is united with
                    common goals —
                    here it should be that we live to
                    serve Jesus —

                King of heaven and earth

                Jesus is the King of all Kings

                We work for a common objective —

                In the Church the common objective is
                    seeing the vision of the Father —

                We as members of the mystical body are
                    to see through the eyes of God to
                    help strengthen the Church and the
                    world —

                God lifts us up

                We go up to know more about God —

                We reach as creatures seeking the
                    Plan of the Father —
                    the vision of God —

                    Men that have a wounded human nature
                can be filled with pride and jealousy, possessiveness,
                greed, envy, seeing through — they can be
                dark inside —

                    They want others to come down to
                them — to their dark ways — provoking
                others, hurting others — they can see
                through selfish eyes — not giving
                love — actually hurting others because
                they hurt inside.

                    When one loves God and others which
                is the greatest commandment —
                    one is reaching up — going out to
                give love — give love to God — give love
                to others

                Jesus gave Himself — He was the victim —
                He gave His life for us —

                To be like Christ we are giving —

                God gives husbands and wives the ability to have
                children, but they have to give — the woman
                gives her body for 9 months while she carries
                the baby, she then has recovery after
                childbirth, nursing if she chooses —
                children, babies, get sick, they have
                needs — husbands help support the
                pregnancy — feeding baby etc., etc.,
                etc. — 2 little children can have a fever
                at 3:00AM at the same time

                    A mother and father of twins has lots of demands —
                God blesses us, but teaches us about
                giving — giving when a new mom and dad
                may have a baby whose nights and days are
                mixed up for 6 weeks — infections etc. —
                try to stay up for 6 weeks without a good
                night's sleep. A man and woman I knew had
                a sweet little baby girl — about 3 months
                they found out she had Leukemia and probably
                would die, they had to move to a new
                state — take up an apartment, just to try
                to save the baby's life — they left their house,
                the dad his job and probably the baby will
                die.

                    Abortion because someone is inconvenienced —
                selfishness — selfishness — selfishness —
                This is the greatest violation of peace and love

                    How can a people work to accomplish
                a common goal if all they think of is
                themselves and even provoke others for
                no reason but selfish power.

                    God wants us as members of the
                mystical body, communities to work
                as one — help each other, pray for
                each other — work as one — as team
                players on a football field —

                    A family with small children —
                children at 2 have to learn about
                jealousy, selfishness, anger —
                when people grow up and marry to
                have a successful marriage they must
                learn to give, to love, to work with
                male and female differences — they keep
                working in love, hopefully, to teach
                children about ORDER — God's order —

                    Fr. Carter obeyed the Church
                    Fr. Carter always lived as a faithful
                        Jesuit

                    Fr. Carter never talked about the Jesuits —
                            he was a Jesuit —
                            he loved his vocation
                            he gave himself to his calling

                His response was to do God's will
                    ALWAYS

                God calls us in our vocation

                We can respond like Fr. Carter
                    (1) doing God's will in love
                    (2) not respond at all
                    (3) be mean and hurt others — try to bring others
                        down to our levels of imperfection —

                Unity is to be like the body —
                    If one little part of the body doesn't
                        work — it hurts the whole body

                When people see only themselves and even
                    hurt others — they are hurting their
                    goal

                We are to work as a unit
                        in the family
                        at Church
                        in religious communities
                        in neighborhoods
                        in our country

                AND the Rules for the creature
                    were set by the Creator

                    To reach true happiness — we
                must know what true happiness
                is — reaching for the light — reaching
                out to know the one loved.

                    This takes reason and one
                must have the virtues working
                within them. Man is seeking God,
                is called by God to do good — to
                have the vision of God and to seek
                God's will in love.

                    Man must learn to love more and
                more just to embrace God. Man
                lives with other men — man is to be
                just in his dealings with others —
                Man cannot give into his sense
                appetites, his passions that hurt
                others — we must give to others
                what is their due — If we see through
                selfish eyes — see others as interfering
                in our lives and living an isolated
                selfish, dark life — pulling people
                down — we are not like Christ —
                neither are we living a virtuous life.

                    Man because of his wounded human
                nature tends toward rebelliousness —
                A person acting because they feel
                angry on another person can soon
                have a life of great unhappiness —

                    Provoking others, manipulating
                others against God's will because of
                darkness in us — brings us greater
                unhappiness than anyone — It hurts
                us spiritually —

                    Man is composed of body and
                soul —

                    Today at Mass the gold bowl had
                a big host in the bottom, I had a
                vision of a thing in the top of the
                bowl that looked like mud — a
                mud pie — I could not see the unconsecrated
                host in the bottom of the bowl

                    After the consecration the mud colored
                substance was gone —

                    I saw the priest put the large consecrated
                host in the bowl —

                    Jesus told me last week about
                mud pies — He said

                    "Mud pies, mud pies, mud pies",
                hurting others is mud pies — dragging
                people down — trying to force our
                earthy, sinful imperfect ways on
                another

                    God has given me insights into His
                love — insights into the gift of the Church
                and the Mass — oneness in the Body of
                Christ — The Blue Books — Mass Book
                The great reality of how wonderful
                a gift the priest and the Church is.

                We reach up to go to our
                    beloved God — light — love —
                    going to God and others

                We have the virtues, faith, hope and
                    love alive in our lives, justice
                    temperance, fortitude, prudence

                    We need these virtues at work in
                our lives, these are the roots from
                which other human virtues grow.

                    Man is in charge of
                how he obeys God's will or
                not in - his pursuit of happiness
                and in doing good.

                    Man can be very selfish in
                his choices and evil and hurt
                others — denying one's sordid ways
                keeps us in a hurt relationship
                with God —

                    With the possession of virtues
                man is not at odds with himself —
                nor is he in combat with others
                trying to prove he is the "master"
                he has to win over others —

                    Did you ever watch toddlers —

                    They will fight and fight over
                something and they won't let go —
                they are learning they want to win —
                usually some adult has to
                referee, but they won't let go depending
                on their strong will —

                    The more people are in relationships
                they should be able to work together
                sharing and not fighting like some
                two year olds —

                    This fighting blocks unity — team
                playing and work and if a person is
                challenging — they may develop
                habits to their own detriment and
                those they deal with — the more they ignore
                their conscience there are problems with
                an uninformed conscience —

                    The cardinal virtues are
                fortitude, prudence, justice
                temperance.

                    With the virtues working in man's life,
                man is not at odds with himself —
                he is not struggling for mastery over
                others. Without these virtues man
                fights a battle — he can have a
                will that constantly fights — he can
                give into his sense appetite against
                right reason — this prevents man
                from having happiness.

                Man has peace when he has the
                    cardinal virtues —
                    Man is at peace with himself —
                    with God and the world —

                Without the cardinal virtues he
                    can fly apart and hurt others —

                With these virtues he does the
                    right task at the right time —
                    they are in sync

                One cardinal virtue cannot be
                    missing

                When we have the virtues of faith,
                    hope and charity alive in us we
                    see through the vision of God.

                These virtues are to help us in
                    seeking God and bringing
                    the vision of God to others
                    in our lives —

                Pray — God loves us so much —
                    He really loves us so much —

                Go to God

                We are commanded to love God and one
                    another by the greatest commandment —

                When we say the Shepherds of Christ Prayers
                    (prayer manual) we are laying down our
                    lives like the Good Shepherd — praying
                    for the priests, the Church and the world —
                    THIS IS LOVE for the Father's will
                    LOVE of God, love of other

      

October 24, 2008

 

 

1 Corinthians 11: 23-26

    For the tradition I received from the Lord and also handed on to you is that on the night he was betrayed, the Lord Jesus took some bread, and after he had given thanks, he broke it, and he said, ‘This is my body, which is for you; do this in remembrance of me.’ And in the same way, with the cup after supper, saying, ‘This cup is the new covenant in my blood. Whenever you drink it, do this as a memorial of me.’ Whenever you eat this bread, then, and drink this cup, you are proclaiming the Lord’s death until he comes.

   

Matthew 26: 26-29

Now as they were eating, Jesus took bread, and when he had said the blessing he broke it and gave it to the disciples. ‘Take it and eat,’ he said, ‘this is my body.’ Then he took a cup, and when he had given thanks he handed it to them saying, ‘Drink from this, all of you, for this is my blood, the blood of the covenant, poured out for many for the forgiveness of sins. From now on, I tell you, I shall never again drink wine until the day I drink the new wine with you in the kingdom of my Father.’ 

      

 Psalm 147: 12-13, 14-15, 19-20

Praise Yahweh, Jerusalem,
Zion, praise your God.

For he gives strength to the bars of your gates,
he blesses your children within you,
he maintains the peace of your frontiers,
gives you your fill of finest wheat.

He sends his word to the earth,
his command runs quickly,

He reveals his word to Jacob,
his statutes and judgements to Israel.
For no other nation has he done this,
no other has known his judgements.

 

John 6: 57

    As the living Father sent me
    and I draw life from the Father,
    so whoever eats me
       will also draw life from me.

 

John 6: 51-58

    I am the living bread 
       which has come down from heaven.
    Anyone who eats this bread
       will live for ever;
    and the bread that I shall give
    is my flesh, for the life of the world.’

      Then the Jews started arguing among themselves, ‘How can this man give us his flesh to eat?’ 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.

 


 

                After that they walked away —
                    food and drink for us — real presence
                    in the Eucharist
                    Medicine of Immortality

                We believe this is truly Jesus —

                We receive Jesus

                We receive His life


                Jesus always changing things
                    water into wine — first miracle
                    paralyzed — to unparalyzed
                    blind to see
                    storms changed to calm
                    Jesus changed bread and wine into
                        Body and Blood —

                But what we see looks the same —
                    bread and wine —> to Body and Blood of Jesus

                We must make a decision to believe
                    or not

                Do we believe in the real presence?


                Bread and wine is changed into the
                    Body and Blood of Jesus


                Sacrament of His Love

                Sign of Unity

                Fountain of all holiness

 

Sorrowful MotherMary's Message from the Rosary of August 27, 1996

Mary speaks: I stood beneath the cross of my Son, and my Heart was in such pain for I saw Him before my eyes. I saw Him covered with blood. I saw Him die. My Heart, my children, my Heart to watch my Son, but my Heart, my Heart, how I suffered for my little children of the world that give in to this world and give up the love of my Son. O my little children of light, I give you this message. Carry this light into the darkness for your Mother Mary, for I stood beneath the cross and I cried. I cried for the little ones. I cried for the young ones, the ones that do not care and will lose their souls. How do I make you see for you will not listen to me? What can I do? I come. I appear. I beg. I plead. I give you these gifts from my Son, and you reject me. I do not deliver messages very often anymore for I have been ignored. The message is the same. You do not read the messages I have given to you. Please help me. Help the little children. I appear. I appear. I appear, and I am ignored. I stood beneath the cross, and I cried. I cried, and my Heart was in such anguish for my little children, for I am searching for them this day as I searched for the Child Jesus. Please, please help me. I cannot hold back the hand of my Son any longer. I am Mary, your Mother. I ask you to help my children. You are my children of light.

Song: O Lady of Light, shining so bright, be with us this day, guiding our way, O Lady, O Lady of Light.

end of Mary's Message

 

John 19: 25-27

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.

    

                We are sorry for wounding You,
                    our beloved Jesus

 

Prayer of St. Ignatius Loyola

Soul of Christ, sanctify me
Body of Christ, save me
Blood of Christ, inebriate me
Water from the side of Christ wash me
Passion of Christ, strengthen me
O good Jesus, hear me
Within Thy wounds hide me
Permit me not to be separated from Thee
From the wicked foe defend me
at the hour of my death call me
and bid me come to Thee
That with Thy saints I may praise Thee
For ever and ever. Amen.

   

Deuteronomy 8: 2-3

Remember the long road by which Yahweh your God led you for forty years in the desert, to humble you, to test you and know your inmost heart -- whether you would keep his commandments or not. He humbled you, he made you feel hunger, he fed you with manna which neither you nor your ancestors had ever known, to make you understand that human beings live not on bread alone but on every word that comes from the mouth of Yahweh.

      

Deuteronomy 8: 14-16

Do not then forget Yahweh your God who brought you out of Egypt, out of the place of slave–labour, who guided you through this vast and dreadful desert, a land of fiery snakes, scorpions, thirst; who in this waterless place brought you water out of the flinty rock; who in this desert fed you with manna unknown to your ancestors.

 

1 Corinthians 10: 16-17

The blessing–cup, which we bless, is it not a sharing in the blood of Christ; and the loaf of bread which we break, is it not a sharing in the body of Christ? And as there is one loaf, so we, although there are many of us, are one single body, for we all share in the one loaf.

   

                Man is full of desires, but he must
                    control himself — they must be
                    regulated by reason — right reason

                We need the virtue of temperance and those
                    related to it —
                    Man is a rational being
                    Man cannot live simply by instinct or desire
                    Man lives by reason
                    Man's actions must be directed to the
                        Father's vision

                    Our tendencies must be brought
                        under right reason

                Man is raised above brute animals —
                    by his capability to know and love

                Man has numerous tendencies and desires
                    that can take him away from God —

                Man must not give into desires of the
                    body, but must use right reason
                    and love to act more and more like
                    Christ —

                The intensity of a man's desires to engage
                    in habits heightens as man
                    practices bad habits that are not
                    holy — that hurt ones own spiritual
                    life, that hurt others and hurts
                    one's relationship with God.

                Being impulsive — demanding others do
                    things that aren't God's will because
                    of an impulse and a free schedule
                    for the one acting is a sure way
                    to commit vices that hurt God's plan for
                    us.

                    The devil is a roaring lion — when a
                person has an unharnessed desire or
                impulse and gives into it without discernment
                they begin to develop habits that are vices
                habitually committed — leading them away
                from God's will

                    St. Ignatius speaks of discernment of
                spirits —

                    (1) Ideas come from the Holy Spirit
                    (2) Ideas come from the evil spirit
                    (3) thoughts from the person

                A person sitting and manipulating others because
                    they have a few free hours is not
                    using right reason — right reason says
                    is this God's will and operates prudently —
                    virtuously, justly, temperately and
                    with fortitude.

                    Fr. Carter always said "doing God's
                will - in love — not too much or
                too little"

                    Man must master his actions —
                he does not give into an impulse and
                acts on impulses that work against
                God's plan — he works for the common goal —

                    Virtues are good habits — one says — "he is just —
                he is prudent — he is temperate —
                he has fortitude."

                    Vices are bad habits from inclination
                that people have that tear at their own
                soul and majorly hurt others when one
                gives into vices — and then these vices becomes
                habits —
                rather then virtuous habits.

                Honesty helps a person build up the
                    virtue of temperance —

                Clemency and meekness are like
                    the Heart of Christ —

                People who act without clemency —
                    take revenge out on those they
                    may believed injured them

                Meekness — is the opposite of the
                    angry, combattal heart
                    anger is a passion

                To be like the Heart of Jesus — one is
                    not like this angry man, nor
                    the punishing man

                Man may shy away from hard things, but
                    men need the virtue of magnanimity
                    to move them to the accomplishments
                    of hard things —

                Mary was humble

                Eve was prideful —

                Pride is because one does not realize
                    love of themselves and love from
                    God for them.

                The prideful man thinks all his talents
                    are his own or if he thinks God
                    gave them — he still attributes
                    things to his merit

                The proud man thinks he knows
                    everything and can do everything

                The proud man doesn't want to be
                    subject to anyone and
                    not even to God
                    He resists efforts to lead him
                        into virtues —

                    He attacks the people appealing
                        to him —

                    like Eve in the garden — the
                        proudful man has disorder —
                        he puts himself equal or
                        over to God

                Because of Adam and Eve's sin of pride
                    man was subject to concupiscence,
                        disease and death —

                In humility man recognizes his
                    dependence on God —

                A humble man trusts in God's power
                    and is loving as God commands
                    us —

                We can study things about God —
                    to live as He wants — this
                    is virtuous

                Curiosity is a vice which impels
                    a person to seek knowledge
                    that is not proper
                    to him.

                Press to know secrets of others
                    that do not pertain to them —

  

 

From Mother at Our Side by Father Edward Carter, S.J.

ten

Mother Of Our Christian VirtuesMother at Our Side (excerpt)

 

Prudence

   Prudence is that virtue which helps us to make the proper decisions in the exercise of our Christian life. Prudence aids us in making correct choices so that we do God's will in all areas of Christian existence.

   Prudence is meant to influence every aspect of our participation in the mystery of Christ. It is always our guide as we strive to grow in the putting on of Christ.

   What state of life does God wish me to embrace? What kind of work does he desire of me within that vocation? Among the various ways of expressing love, how am I to love God and others at this particular time? Am I working too much or too little? Am I too dependent upon others or not dependent enough? Prudence helps answer these and other questions concerning the Christ-life.

   Some people think that prudence is merely an attitude of caution, an instinct that always leads us to take what seems to be the less dangerous path. True, prudence will lead us to choices of this nature—if God's will indicates this type of action—but prudence is also concerned with the bold and the daring, with taking risks, with magnanimous action. Again, the guiding principle is God's will. The prudent Christian will act boldly or daringly if, after taking the proper means to discern the divine will, she or he decides that God is indeed leading in such a direction.

   If we are to be truly prudent persons, we must be persons of prayer. We need the light of prayer to see what decisions are to be made, what actions are to be undertaken. We need the strength of prayer to act upon the given light.

   In her earthly journey, Mary was a most prayerful person and a most prudent one. Let us ask our mother to help us grow in the virtue of prudence. The Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary so bids us to call upon the prudent Virgin: "Virgin most prudent, pray for us."

Fortitude

   Christian fortitude, or courage, is that virtue which disposes us to face in mature fashion whatever difficulties we encounter in Christ's service. The necessity of this virtue is evident from our inner experience—we have a tendency to shrink from that which either poses difficulty or frightens us. Apparently, numerous Christians never develop as they should because they do not consistently confront that which is hard and difficult in a proper fashion.

   We should not think that courage is a virtue which we need only in times of extraordinary difficulty. As with all the Christian virtues, courage usually finds its expression within the prosaic framework of everydayness. The rather uneventful duties of our state of life day in and day out demands fortitude. All vocations face this challenge, and to evade the challenge is to hinder our growth in Christ.

   At times, of course, courage must be exercised concerning matters of great importance, such as the decision involving one's choice of state of life. This type of decision can demand the greatest fortitude in certain instances. Any committed Christian who seriously pursues the development of the spiritual life will, to some extent, experience interior trials of one kind or the other. Whatever form the difficulty may assume, however, the dedicated Christian realizes the need for fortitude.

   Mary did not live an easy life. In her greatness of grace, she exercised fortitude on a daily basis. At times she had to draw upon her virtue of courage in a special way. And at that terrible moment beneath the cross, her courage was tested to the utmost. What great sorrow then pierced her Heart! And what extraordinary courage and love it took for Mary to stand by her Son in His most awful moment. Even the greatest pietas of Michaelangelo and others fall short of capturing the awful reality of the scene and the courage it demanded of Mary.

   Mary, then, has with courage faced the difficult in extraordinary fashion. In all our difficulties let us fly to the protection of this dear, loving mother. She will help us grow in the realization that facing the difficult is an essential part of being a Christian. She will help us live these words of Jesus: "If anyone wishes to come after me, he must deny himself and take up his cross daily and follow me." (Lk. 9:23).

Justice

   The virtue of justice bids us to give others what is their due. We must respect the rights of others. For example, we must respect the life, good name, and the property of others because they have rights concerning these values. Regarding one's right to life, we have a very timely application of this—the rights of the unborn, and we should all do our part in working against the terrible injustice of abortion. The fatalities which the United States has suffered in all her wars is less than one half of the total number of deaths the unborn suffer in one year here in the United States through abortion. And, of course, abortions are being performed all over the world—not just in the United States.

   The world of work, professional service, and commerce also involve various applications of justice. The laborer must give an honest day's work and the employer is obligated to pay a just wage. The teacher must realize his or her duty to students by properly preparing classes and professional updating. The doctor must maintain proper medical knowledge in justice to his or her patients and manufacturers of goods as well as wholesale and retail sellers must establish just prices.

   The Christian must also be aware of obligations regarding the great social problems that plague one's own country and nations around the world. We must listen to our Mother Mary.

Temperance

   The attitude of moderation, which has traditionally been called the virtue of Christian temperance, allows us to relate properly to sense pleasure. God wants us to enjoy what is pleasurable, but He wants us to do so according to His will.

   Without an attitude of temperance, a person's life becomes soft and selfish, given over to the wrongful pursuit of pleasure. Insofar as a person's life is thus misdirected, to that extent it fails in service to God and others.

   There is an aspect of temperance that one can overlook—that the person who practices temperance enjoys the pleasurable more than does the person who does not. One who lacks temperance is actually a slave to his or her desires. These desires, to the extent they are inordinate, can never be satisfied, and, consequently, become insatiable. Grace does not destroy nature; it brings it to a perfection or fulfillment it could not otherwise attain. Our God-given capacity to enjoy what is pleasurable actually is enhanced by the virtue of temperance.

   We should pray, not only for our own growth in temperance, but also especially for those whose very salvation is threatened because of the wrongful pursuit of sense pleasure. Our Lady of Fatima told Jacinta, one of the three young visionaries: More souls go to Hell because of sins of the flesh than for any other reason.26

26. Our Lady's Peace Plan, op. cit.., p. 9.

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