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March 16, 2011

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March 15, 2011

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                March 16, 2011

                Readings Today
 

Jonah 3: 1-10  

The word of Yahweh was addressed to Jonah a second time. 'Up!' he said, 'Go to Nineveh, the great city, and preach to it as I shall tell you.' Jonah set out and went to Nineveh in obedience to the word of Yahweh. Now Nineveh was a city great beyond compare; to cross it took three days. Jonah began by going a day's journey into the city and then proclaimed, 'Only forty days more and Nineveh will be overthrown.' And the people of Nineveh believed in God; they proclaimed a fast and put on sackcloth, from the greatest to the least. When the news reached the king of Nineveh, he rose from his throne, took off his robe, put on sackcloth and sat down in ashes. He then had it proclaimed throughout Nineveh, by decree of the king and his nobles, as follows: ‘No person or animal, herd or flock, may eat anything; they may not graze, they may not drink any water. All must put on sackcloth and call on God with all their might; and let everyone renounce his evil ways and violent behaviour. Who knows? Perhaps God will change his mind and relent and renounce his burning wrath, so that we shall not perish.’ God saw their efforts to renounce their evil ways. And God relented about the disaster which he had threatened to bring on them, and did not bring it.

 

Psalm 51: 3-4, 12-13, 18-19

For I am well aware of my offences, 
my sin is constantly in mind. 
Against you, you alone, I have sinned, 
I have done what you see to be wrong, 

Give me back the joy of your salvation, 
sustain in me a generous spirit. 
I shall teach the wicked your paths, 
and sinners will return to you.

In your graciousness do good to Zion, 
rebuild the walls of Jerusalem. 
Then you will delight in upright sacrifices,
—burnt offerings and whole oblations—
and young bulls will be offered on your altar.

  

Luke 11: 29-32

The crowds got even bigger and he addressed them, ‘This is an evil generation; it is asking for a sign. The only sign it will be given is the sign of Jonah. For just as Jonah became a sign to the people of Nineveh, so will the Son of man be a sign to this generation. On Judgement Day the Queen of the South will stand up against the people of this generation and be their condemnation, because she came from the ends of the earth to hear the wisdom of Solomon; and, look, there is something greater than Solomon here. On Judgement Day the men of Nineveh will appear against this generation and be its condemnation, because when Jonah preached they repented; and, look, there is something greater than Jonah here.

 

                R. Jonah is from a book of the Old Testament —
                that is a prophetic book —

                    Jonah doesn't want to go to Nineveh
                    Ninevites were pagans —

                    The King repented — they accepted Jonah's
                        message and God spared them —

                In the Gospel —
                    Jesus said they wanted a sign —
                    A sign won't be given —

               The people of Nineveh, even
                    though they were pagans —
                    repented —

                The people in Jesus' time
                    wanted a sign, they were sure
                    of — this takes away faith —
                    We believe now on faith —
                    St. Paul says we see now
                        as in a mirror

                Jesus is a Person —
                Jesus is a friend —

                Jesus loves us so much He
                    gave Himself to His death
                    on the cross —

                We are called to faith —
                We are called to believe the sacred scriptures

                Jesus is who He said He is —
                Jesus is Lord and Savior —

                Jesus has a special relationship
                    with us —

                We believe that Jesus is Lord —
                We believe You, Lord, are the Son of God —
                We believe we are to follow You —
                We believe You are with us now —
                Lord help us to love You more —
                Lord increase our faith —

 

                From Blue Book 6C
 

March 4, 1995

The Sorrowful Mysteries
Feast of St. Casimer
First Saturday — Season of Lent

Meditate on the Blood and Passion of Jesus
 

                The Agony in the Garden

1. R. Be with Jesus as He kneels in the Garden. Be there! See the dark night and see Jesus. Put yourself right there so that you can experience this mystery so deeply in your heart, so that you can be drawn closer to Jesus as you meditate on this mystery.

2. Jesus: My greatest agonies were not the agonies that I experienced to My Body, the wounds that I would receive, but My greatest agonies were the agonies that I experienced to My Most Sacred Heart.

3. R. Jesus saw before Him all the souls from all time, the souls that He loved dearly and would neglect Him and treat Him indifferently.

4. R. He saw His entire Passion before His eyes: all the battering, all the wounding, the carrying of the cross, the crowning with thorns. He knew of His death on the cross. He saw this clearly before His eyes and He saw the souls that would be condemned to eternal damnation despite all of His suffering.

5. R. The natural fear of death came into play. He went to the Apostles and He said to them: "Can you not watch one hour with Me?" But they slept! Peter, who had vowed to remain always faithful, slept. And Jesus went away!

6. R. He loves us so dearly that He remains with us this day in the Eucharist, in His Divinity and humanity, no less present than the day that He knelt in the Garden, waiting and longing and thirsting for our love. He saw before Him the endless hours that He would remain in the Tabernacle and so few souls would come to be with Him.

7. R. His agonies were so great that His sweat became as great drops of blood on the ground!

8. R. Lately when we pray the rosary, there is a red filter throughout the room. Frequently everything in the room is blocked out and all that remains is Jesus' face. He wants us to meditate on the blood that He shed for each one of us. His red blood! In meditating on this blood, you will realize more and more the immensity of His on-fire love, His burning love that He has for us. He truly shed His blood because He loves us so much!

9. Jesus: I call out to you, My beloved ones. How dearly I love each one of you that is here this evening. I want to be ever closer to your heart. Meditating on My passion you will realize more and more the immensity of the love that I have for you.

10. Jesus: Meditate deeply on My passion all through this Lenten season for My Heart longs and thirsts to be drawn ever closer to you for I truly shed My blood for love of you, My dear, dear beloved ones.

(Song between decades: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.)

  

Jesus is Scourged at the Pillar

1. R. We speak about His love as we speak about our laundry — the love of God! This is not the way that He speaks of the love that He has for each one of us. He truly was scourged at the pillar. Tied! Beaten! To their own exhaustion with their angry hearts, they scourged Him with sharp instruments that tore His flesh and made Him bleed. This is the love that He has. When we speak of His love, when we read His Word, speak and read from the heart. He wants us to read every word, to know how the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit love us. Out of greatest love, the Father sent His only begotten Son into this world, Jesus, that He shed His blood, Father, Son and Holy Spirit love us so much. The Spirit wants to move inside of each one of us to transform us more and more into the image of Jesus and lead us to the bosom of the Father.

2. R. If we realized for one second the immensity of the love of God, we would be in such tears. Their love is beyond our comprehension. They want us to experience this love penetrating in our being — to become one in us! Focus on His blood that He shed during this mystery of the scourging. See Jesus, with His unblemished back and then see His back torn, the blood pouring from His back. They stand there with their angry faces beating Jesus, tearing His flesh! This is the love that He has for us. It is not a little lip service love. It is the love He had when he was scourged at the pillar.

3. R. He asks us for two things: love of God and love of one another. He does not ask us to have a lot of money. He asks us to love one another. He came to show us the way. He was scourged at the pillar. Put yourself at the pillar. In the dim light, see the men as they beat His back. See them as they angrily hit Him. Then stop. Listen to the blows!

4. R. If you stop and listen to the blows that they gave to Jesus, listen in silence. He did not holler back. He complied always to the Father's Will. Not My Will but Thine be done! Hear Him scourged at the pillar and then know that He was scourged for each one of us because He loves us so dearly.

5. R. He was scourged for our brothers! How can I not like my brother when Jesus stood at the pillar and they tore His flesh because He loved my brother! How can I not love my brother when God the Father created my brother and he is a creation of the Father? When I hear the blows that Jesus received and think of the blood and His torn flesh and know He suffered this for love of my brother, how can I not like my brother?

6. R. His greatest agonies were not the wounds that they gave to His body, the tearing of His flesh, the crowning of thorns. His greatest agonies were the agonies He experienced to His Most Sacred Heart. He, Who is Love, loves each one of us so much that He gave His flesh and blood for us. He loves us! We can not even comprehend. To say that His love is a burning furnace of endless love are such flimsy little words. There are no words to describe the love that He has for us.

7. R. How we whimper when we have a splinter in our hand or when we cut ourselves and we bleed! Jesus wants us to focus on the blood that He shed because in focusing on this blood we will realize the immensity of His love. God the Father truly sent His Son into this world. God came into this world out of greatest love for us. His creatures! Who are we that God comes into this world and takes on a human nature? We are His beloved chosen ones! The more we focus on this blood that He shed and it becomes real to us, the more we will realize the immensity of the love of God.

8. R. Jesus gave Himself on the cross, His body and His blood! He gives Himself to us this day in the Eucharist, truly present! God, gives Himself to us! He wants to be one with us. He wants to be united to us. We are human. Through Baptism we receive a sharing in His life, we are made children of God and heirs of Heaven. He gives to us this sharing in His life. He elevates our human nature to such heights when we are baptized and His grace He outpours to us.

9. R. Jesus outpours His grace abundantly in the Eucharist and when we sit in front of the tabernacle. He is there in His Divinity and humanity. We receive such abundant grace. He is there the same as the day He was scourged at the pillar. Grace is a sharing in His life and He wants to be close to us, to penetrate our being, to unite with us. He gives us Himself in the Eucharist.

10. R. He calls out to please stay with Him and pray with Him. After communion, we can be so one in Him. He gives us His body and His blood!

(Song between decades: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.)

    

Jesus is Crowned with a Crown of Thorns

1. R. They pounded into His head a sharp crown of piercing thorns. The blood ran down the side of His face into His eyes and into His ears. Blood ran from His mouth from the blows they had given to His head. Look at Jesus' face streaming with blood! This is the blood that He shed for love of each one of us! He calls out to us today to come ever closer to Him. He is outpouring His grace to us so we may be filled more and more with His life in us. He outpours His love. The soul searches this barren desert for so many things to fill it when only the love of God will satisfy the soul.

2. R. It is an endless search, over and over again, from one thing to the next thing. Jesus waits ever patiently, ever close to us. When we are in the state of grace, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, dwell within the graced baptized soul. Listen! Take time to listen! Be quiet with Him! Hear Him say second by second, moment by moment, "I love you!" There are so many distractions, so many hard times we go through every day, but Jesus is inside of each one of us, present at every second as we breathe and as our heart beats, He is in there. In all the trials and struggles that we go through, He turns them into such a gift if we open our hearts and hear Him whisper in our heart: "I love you, I love you, I love you."

3. R. When someone is persecuting you, when you are being attacked, when it seems like things are coming down on you, stop, listen, and hear His voice inside say to you: "I love you!"

4. R. You can not straddle the fence. This world has turned godless. He is here and in our midst this day. He is here inside of us. If we are in the state of grace, the Father, Son and Holy Spirit dwell within our graced baptized soul in such a special way. He remains with us in His Divinity and humanity.

5. R. He talks to me and asks me to tell you that you must take a stand. Souls are at stake. You are His soldiers He is sending out into this world to spread His love. The world will persecute you as they persecuted Jesus but He is by your side. He knows what it is to suffer. He is calling out to you. The Father has a plan for you. He asks you to love God and love one another. It is in loving one another that we preach the Gospel to this world.

6. R. His body was covered with deep wounds, deep wounds that were bleeding, that were burning. His body was bruised and beaten. They put on His body a dirty purple robe that stuck to His bleeding wounds. He sat on a so called throne and they gave Him a scepter to hold. They spit on Him, they laughed at Him and they mocked Him! Sit there! Sit there as Jesus sat there streaming with blood with thorns on your head and think of people hollering at you and spitting at you! This is the love that He has for each one of us. This truly happened! He is asking you during this Lent to meditate on these mysteries often so you will be drawn close to His Heart. He longs, waits, and thirsts for your love. This is Jesus Christ, the Son of God, Who hung on the cross for three agonizing hours, Who gave His flesh and His blood because He loved you to His death!

7. Song: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.

8. Jesus: My dear sweet ones, I call out to you. I watch you, so close to you as you struggle on your way and you think I have forgotten. Should a mother forsake her child, I will never abandon you. I stand forever with you. I watch you struggle and I know that in this struggle you will be drawn closer to My Heart. Withstand your suffering. In all suffering there is life. I know what it is to suffer. My Mother knows what it is. As she walked by My side, she walks by your side this day. Surrender to the God that loves you. Everything that you are experiencing, I am allowing. It will lead you to such life if you accept your trials and turn to Me for there is a bed of roses beyond the thorns. Trust me! Open your heart and draw yourself ever closer to My Most Sacred Heart on fire for love of you.

9. Jesus: I am Jesus Christ, the Son of God. I wait for you. I wait to be ever closer to your heart. It is in meditating on the blood that I shed for you that you will know more and more the immensity of this love that I have for you.

10. Jesus: How do I make you understand how I truly love you and wait this day for you? I speak to you here so you will know that I am truly waiting and longing for you.

(Song between decades: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.)

  

Jesus Carries His Cross Up Calvary

1. Jesus: They gave to Me a heavy cross that they put on My shoulder. The cross was so heavy that I could scarcely move. The pain in My shoulder, it felt as if it would break! It would not go away. It just got worse and worse. As I carried My cross, I fell under the cross because I could not carry it.

2. Jesus: I saw My Mother in the crowd. My eyes peered into her eyes. Her face was reddened and streaming with tears. She looked into My eyes and she saw My face covered with blood. In that look, there was such intimacy between our Hearts. The peering look between Me and My Mother! The comfort and the pain!

3. R. See through the eyes of Mary! See her look at her Son at play. See her! See through her eyes as she now looks at her Son as He carries the cross on His back!

4. R. She appears to tell us to look through her eyes, to see her beloved Son, the cross on top of His body as He fell under it. She helplessly stood by and could not raise a hand to help Him. Her Heart torn deeply in her chest! She wants us to see through her eyes. It is in seeing through her eyes, we will realize the love that He has for us.

5. Song: I rocked Him as a baby. I fed Him as a child. I heard Him call my name out in the night...

6. Song: See the eyes that look at Mary, her tender infant child. See the child's Heart beat so tenderly, the Savior of the world!

7. R. What is love? Jesus is love! This is love, the love that He shed His blood, the love that He gave Himself and died on the cross. He bridges the gap between Divinity and humanity. He came to show us the way. He took on a human nature. Out of greatest love for us, Jesus was born a little baby, a helpless baby. A helpless baby, God, born a helpless baby in the town of Bethlehem. Look at a baby! He was the Almighty God! He humbled Himself so much to be born a helpless baby for love of us.

8. R. We cry and go about our way and say we are not loved. Jesus watches us and remains with us and is ever in our heart saying so softly "I love you, I love you." We are the ones that do not listen. We are blind. We do not see, we are blind men. It is only through the power of the Holy Spirit, by praying more and more to the Holy Spirit to open up our eyes, to help us to see more clearly, that we will grow deeper and deeper in our intimacy with Jesus. Holy Spirit, in the Heart of the Virgin Mary, transform us more and more into the image of Jesus. Who are we that God the Father created us in His own image and likeness? We are His chosen ones. The Father wants a child - a Father relationship with us. We are brothers in Christ - brothers. God is our Father. There is perfect love in the Trinity: the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. We should model all our relationships after this intimate communicating love between the Father, Son and Holy Spirit. Love is not inactive, love is vibrant. Love is deep love in the heart. Jesus is our teacher. We must go to Him, especially in the Eucharist and after communion and ask Him to instruct our hearts to know His love.

9. Song: Oh Burning Heart, O Love Divine, how sweet You are to me. I see the Host, I know You are here to love and care for me.

10. R. God calls us to love, love of Him and love of one another, not lip service love, but deep love giving from ourselves as Jesus gave all through His passion. The Father provides us with such love.

(Song between decades: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.)

   

Jesus is Crucified and He Dies on the Cross

1. R. See Mary as she cares for the tender hands and feet of her infant child and then see her as she stands by as they nail His hands and feet mercilessly to the cross.

2. R. The wounds to His hands and feet! They penetrated His hands and feet and went through to the other side. How deep are Your wounds, My Jesus? He suffered this agony for love of us and our brothers. Pray to Jesus for the grace to love our brothers as He loved our brothers. I can not love others unless I have love inside of me. Jesus wants to fill us to the brim with His love. He calls out to come to Him and let Him fill us with His Divine love, His abundant life that He fills us more and more.

3. R. He gave Himself on the cross. He spread His arms in total surrender. He gave His blood. They penetrated His skull with the thorns. The nails punctured His hands and His feet, He gave His all! He gives Himself to you this day in the Eucharist. For all the wounds that He suffered, the greatest wounds that He received were the ones to His Heart for He saw before Him all the souls from all time that would sin, that would neglect Him, that would treat Him indifferently, despite this immense burning Heart that is filled with love for each one of us this day.

4. R. The priest raises up the consecrated Host at Mass. I love the Consecration of the Mass. Who are we that God comes to us? Jesus is truly present in His Divinity and humanity in the Eucharist — the precious body and blood of Our Lord, Jesus Christ!

5. Song: Look beyond the bread you eat, see your Savior and your Lord...

6. R. Pray for our priests! We are so favored to have the priests, specially anointed sons that He loves so dearly. Through the power of the Holy Spirit He gives the priests the power to change bread and wine into His body and blood. Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist. This presence is so overwhelming. And we go to Mass and take it so lightly, yet the priest is so chosen by God, the priest that can forgive our sins. Who are we that God gives this power to a priest? God has given us so much because He is so good to us and He asks us to pray for our priests, to kiss their hands, the hands that change the bread and wine into the body and blood of Christ. Open up our eyes, O Holy Spirit, and help us to see the great gifts that you give to us in the Mass, in the Eucharist and in the Sacraments. It was through the pierced Heart of Jesus that the sacramental life of the Church was born. The water and blood that poured forth from His side. Water for baptism. Blood for the Eucharist. We are so chosen by God and given such great gifts and we take these gifts so lightly. He loves us dearly. Dear Spirit, open our eyes and help us to see clearly the things that will draw us closer and closer to God. Outpour Your grace so that we may know and love God more. Please touch each person in a special way join their hearts ever closer to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary, the Hearts of such love! Her Heart was pierced with a sword. His Heart was pierced with a lance!

7. Song: I know Your love a little now. So dear You are to me. Come give me life, abundant life! I thirst to be with Thee.

8. R. When the priest raises up the consecrated host, think that, that is the same Jesus Who hung on the cross for three agonizing hours, no less present than the day He walked on the earth with His cross on His back, no less present than the day He hung on the cross. See Jesus hanging on the cross. Know that it is Jesus' Body and Blood in the Eucharist, Jesus is truly present in the Eucharist when the priest raises the host. When you see the exposed Eucharist at adoration, pray for the grace to know more this great God Who loves us so dearly that He remains with us this day, in His Divinity and humanity, out of greatest love.

9. R. As Mary held the little baby body of Jesus in her arms in the Temple when Simeon prophesied the sufferings that she and Jesus would undergo, she now holds His lifeless body in her arms under the cross, covered with blood, without a breath in His body. Look at this picture. Mary with Jesus' lifeless body on her lap! This is the love that Jesus and Mary have for us! This is how Jesus complied to the Father's Will. He came to show us the way. It is in complying to the Father's Will that we will be the happiest, in living in His Will as little children. Not doing the Father's Will or doing what we want to do because we think it is a good deed, is not the road to happiness. We need to live in the Father's Will as a little child trying to please their Father. This is what will make us the happiest. Dear Holy Spirit, please release the gifts we received in Baptism so we know the Father's Will. Help us to sit in silence with Jesus and listen to the inner prompting of our hearts to know the Father's plan for us.

10. R. And they locked Jesus in a tomb and rolled the stone sealing the tomb. His enemies were overjoyed because they thought they had won. But on the third day, Jesus rose triumphant. Death has no power over Jesus!

Song: New life, new life. He came to give us new life. New life, new life. He came to give us new life!

(Song between decades: I come to you with greatest love, I am your loving Savior. I am your God, I died for you. I come to you this day.)

 

This rosary was prayed at Bernie and Wilma's home in Northern Kentucky during their weekly Prayer Meeting. There were approximately 25 people present.

 

  

 

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