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March 19, 2010

March 20th Holy Spirit Novena
Scripture selection is Day 1 Period II.

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March 20th are Luminous.

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March 19, 2010

                R. Give your life - to save a life —
                The key is Jesus gave His life —
                In abortion — they do the
                    They take a life in selfishness

                A woman gives herself to have
                    a baby —
                Christ gave His life for us —

                A person who is self-righteous —
                    selfish —
                    looks inward
                    takes from others

                They can say
                    "No one is over me"

                A man becoming a priest
                    gives himself to God to
                    help others to have life
                    eternal —

                But this man is under the
                    Bishop —

                The power comes from God
                    he has under the Bishop —
                    He is to obey His Bishop —

                God teaches parents about
                    giving themselves
                    the mother carries the baby —

                Turning inward when one is called
                    to do a work is like
                    the prodigal son —

                He didn't need the father
                We are under the pope —
                Jesus said
                    "Thou art Peter etc.

                Power comes from God, but
                    God puts people in
                    authority over us —

                God loves obedience

                All through the scriptures we
                    hear this

                    Jesus obeyed His Father to His
                        death on the cross —

                    Jesus gave His life as a
                        ransom for us —

                How purely do we give our lives as
                    the Father wills for His honor and
                    glory —

                How do we obey the Father's will —

                Love gives —

                How do we love as sons of God —

                We were called in baptism to go out and
                    spread the Good News —

                We are under the authority of the Church —
                We are to obey the authority over us —

                Adam and Eve rebelled against God —

                Today is the Feast of St. Joseph —
                    St. Joseph took care of Jesus and Mary —
                    St. Joseph gave His life in service —
                    St. Joseph, Foster Father of Jesus,
                        lived according to the Father's will —

                Create in me, Oh God, a clean heart —
                    Let me never be put to shame —
                    Let not my enemies press down on
                        me blocking Your work —

                    Oh God - my life is used to serve You —
                    Open my heart
                    Help me to know and do Your will —

                    Create in me God, a clean heart —

                Protect me from the snare of the evil one —
                    who wishes to stop me —

                    Help me to know your will and do it —



From the Priestly Newsletter Book III - 2000 Issue 3 p. 44-47

The Father's Will for Us  - Our Source of Peace

  • Pope John Paul II instructs us: "The Church, as a reconciled and reconciling community, cannot forget that at the source of her gift and mission of reconciliation is the initiative, full of compassionate love and mercy, of that God who is love (see 1 John 4:8) and who out of love created human beings (see Wisdom 11:23-26; Genesis 1:27: Psalms 8:4-8)…He created them so that they might live in friendship with Him and in communion with one another.

"God is faithful to His eternal plan even when man, under the impulse of the evil one (see Wisdom 2:24) and carried away by his own pride, abuses the freedom given to him in order to love and generously seek what is good, and (instead) refuses to obey his Lord and Father. God is faithful even when man, instead of responding with love to God’s love, opposes Him and treats Him like a rival, deluding himself and relying on his own power, with the resulting break of relationship with the One who created him. In spite of this transgression on man’s part, God remains faithful in love.

"It is certainly true that the story of the Garden of Eden makes us think about the tragic consequences of rejecting the Father, which becomes evident in man’s inner disorder and in the breakdown of harmony between man and woman, brother and brother (see Genesis 3:12 ff; 4:1-16). Also significant is the Gospel parable of the two brothers (the parable of the ‘prodigal son’; see Luke 15:11-32) who, in different ways, distance themselves from their father and cause a rift between them. Refusal of God’s fatherly love and of His loving gifts is always at the root of humanity’s divisions.

"But we know that God…like the father in the parable (of the prodigal son), does not close His heart to any of His children. He waits for them, looks for them, goes to meet them at the place where the refusal of communion imprisons them in isolation and division. He calls them to gather about His table in the joy of the feast of forgiveness and reconciliation.

"This initiative on God’s part is made concrete and manifest in the redemptive act of Christ, which radiates through the world by means of the ministry of the Church." 13

13. Pope John Paul II, as in Celebrate 2000!, Servant Publications, pp. 140-141.



                    Anger, pride, possessiveness, jealousies
                        acted upon is when a person is
                        turning inward — away from love —
                        away from giving to God and others

                We are to love to serve the Father —
                    to do His will —
                    To live in love in the Father's family —
                        to be obedient to God —
                        to live to serve God —
                        to use our lives as He desires —

                Catholics to love the Church —
                Catholics to love the Holy Father
                Catholics to obey those in the Church over us —

                St. Joseph was unselfish —
                St. Joseph loved Mary
                St. Joseph watched over Jesus —
                St. Joseph was holy
                St. Joseph was obedient to God
                St. Joseph was faithful to God —


John 17: 1-7

After saying this, Jesus raised his eyes to heaven and said:

   Father, the hour has come:
   glorify your Son
   so that your Son may glorify you;
   so that, just as you have given him
      power over all humanity,
   he may give eternal life
      to all those you have entrusted to him.
   And eternal life is this:
   to know you,
   the only true God,
   and Jesus Christ whom you have sent.
   I have glorified you on earth
   by finishing the work
   that you gave me to do.
   Now, Father, glorify me
   with that glory I had with you
   before ever the world existed.
   I have revealed your name
   to those whom you took from the world
      to give me.
   They were yours
      and you gave them to me,
   and they have kept your word.
   Now at last they have recognised
   that all you have given me
      comes from you


                    A person who is angry and doesn't
                deal with it is like a cat in a bag —
                They are angry — its their constant
                companion — then they choose a victim
                to blame why they have been angry
                their whole life — which is in them —

                So the abuse cycle —
                    their anger is stuffed while they
                        'cook' 'smolder' inside saying
                        it is the victim's fault 


                They never deal with their
                    anger —
                They never get rid of it —

                Only act it out on innocent others —
                provoking and provoking over periods
                    of time —
                While the innocent try to love —
                    forgive — help —

                but the innocent do not want the
                    anger directed at them —

                The angry person won't stop their
                    anger directed at the innocent —

                The anger is in them —
                They never change — they stay full
                    of anger and get deeper in darkness — because
                    of their continual sin —

                We were created to love God and others —

                Their life is an angry life —
                    addicted to abuse —
                    hurting others to feel relief
                    from their anger

                It can be a smoldering pot —

                acted out in 2 ways

                passive-aggressive        aggressive anger


                "You are the reason I am angry" — they say to themselves

                They have been angry their whole life —
                They have robbed themselves of life —
                They have not diminished their anger one bit —

                The innocent change and try to stop it —

                The abuser needs this other person —
                    or persons — to blame and act
                    out their anger   


                Nobody can make the angry person
                    happy —

                When they get up tomorrow — things
                    won't change
                    unless they change it

                God is love

                We were created to love
                We were created to go out

                The angry person turns in
                    on themselves

                Father I put my life in your hands


Psalm 31: 2, 6, 8-9, 15-16, 17, 24

turn your ear to me, make haste. 

Be for me a rock–fastness, 
a fortified citadel to save me.

you hate 
those who serve useless idols; 
but my trust is in Yahweh:

have not handed me over to the enemy,
but have given me freedom to roam at large.

Take pity on me, Yahweh,
    for I am in trouble.
Vexation is gnawing away my eyes,
    my soul deep within me.

every moment of my life is in your hands, rescue me 
    from the clutches of my foes who pursue me; 
let your face shine on your servant, 
    save me in your faithful love. 

I call on you, Yahweh, so let disgrace fall not on me, 
    but on the wicked. 
Let them go down to Sheol in silence,

Be brave, take heart, 
    all who put your hope in Yahweh.


Romans 14: 7-12

For none of us lives for himself and none of us dies for himself; while we are alive, we are living for the Lord, and when we die, we die for the Lord: and so, alive or dead, we belong to the Lord. It was for this purpose that Christ both died and came to life again: so that he might be Lord of both the dead and the living.  

Why, then, does one of you make himself judge over his brother, and why does another among you despise his brother? All of us will have to stand in front of the judgement–seat of God: as scripture says: By my own life says the Lord, every knee shall bow before me, every tongue shall give glory to God. It is to God, then, that each of us will have to give an account of himself.


                St. Joseph
                    is the patron of a happy death



                Pray to Saint Joseph
                Sometimes he has a lily
                Sometimes he has the Christ Child



John 13: 1

Before the festival of the Passover, Jesus, knowing that his hour had come to pass from this world to the Father, having loved those who were his in the world, loved them to the end.


Luke 23: 39-46

One of the criminals hanging there abused him: ‘Are you not the Christ? Save yourself and us as well.’ But the other spoke up and rebuked him. ‘Have you no fear of God at all?’ he said. ‘You got the same sentence as he did, but in our case we deserved it: we are paying for what we did. But this man has done nothing wrong.’ Then he said, ‘Jesus, remember me when you come into your kingdom.’ He answered him, ‘In truth I tell you, today you will be with me in paradise.’

It was now about the sixth hour and the sun’s light failed, so that darkness came over the whole land until the ninth hour. The veil of the Sanctuary was torn right down the middle. Jesus cried out in a loud voice saying, ‘Father, into your hands I commit my spirit.’ With these words he breathed his last.


Isaiah 25: 6-10

On this mountain, for all peoples, 
Yahweh Sabaoth is preparing 
a banquet of rich food, 
    a banquet of fine wines, 
of succulent food, of well–strained wines. 
On this mountain, he has destroyed 
the veil which used to veil all peoples, 
the pall enveloping all nations; 
he has destroyed death for ever. 
Lord Yahweh has wiped away the tears 
    from every cheek; 
he has taken his people’s shame away 
    everywhere on earth, 
for Yahweh has spoken. 

And on that day, it will be said, 
‘Look, this is our God, 
in him we put our hope 
    that he should save us, 
this is Yahweh, we put our hope in him. 
Let us exult and rejoice 
    since he has saved us.’ 
For Yahweh’s hand will rest 
    on this mountain, 


Psalm 130: 1-8

From the depths I call to you, Yahweh: 
    Lord, hear my cry. 
Listen attentively 
    to the sound of my pleading!

If you kept a record of our sins, 
    Lord, who could stand their ground? 
But with you is forgiveness, 

I rely, my whole being relies, 
    Yahweh, on your promise. 
My whole being hopes in the Lord, 
    more than watchmen for daybreak; 
more than watchmen for daybreak

    let Israel hope in Yahweh. 
For with Yahweh is faithful love, 
    with him generous ransom; 
and he will ransom Israel 
    from all its sins.


 Anger is tension
energy in the system —
until somebody acts it out —
the sin is in the heart
harboring anger —
acting to hurt others — so you
can say "I didn't do nothing"
When you said yes to
storing up that angry
energy in your heart —
instead of loving and
obedience and

You made a smoldering
bomb to get even
Obedience is obedience

                Excerpt from March 18, 2010

                R. Dear God —

                    I love You so much — I am sorry
                    for any way I may have acted
                    out hidden unfinished relationships
                    that were painful and caused me
                    anger and bitterness that were never
                    healed and I may have acted in
                    anger and abuse to others in
                    my present life —

                    Heal my heart, oh Jesus,
                    Heal me of anger hidden in my
                        heart from painful
                        unhealed relationships

                Jesus: Let go now

                Hear the voice of Jesus —

                Forgive those who hurt you in the
                    past —

                Ask for forgiveness of those you
                    have hurt — tell God you are
                    sorry for any person you
                    offended unjustly — acting out
                    anger and unfinished business
                    on innocent others —

                Ask the Holy Spirit fill you with light
                    to know your sins of pride,
                    making "Being right a god"

                Is being right, justifying yourself —
                    more important than doing
                    God's will in love —

                Who is your god —
                    false gods —

                affection, being right, being 'smarter'
                    than everyone else —
                    being better, richer, prettier than
                    everyone else — so you don't
                    want anyone getting ahead
                    of you —

                Stalling when others need to do God's work —
                    so you can have power — over
                    others —

                Loving is having a heart like Jesus —

                Would Jesus treat people like you do?

                Are your unloving ways blocking
                    the work God wants done to
                    help souls get to heaven?

                Would you like God to judge you
                    and treated you as you judged
                    and treated others?

                Are you loving like Jesus?

                R. Dear God, I am heartfully sorry
                    for my unloving ways — have
                    mercy on me — please help those
                    I have offended and hurt with
                    my sin of anger, pride, jealousy,
                    envy, greed, lust, gluttony,
                    slothfulness —

                Dear God please forgive me for
                    sins of commission and
                    omission — I am sorry

                I want my relationship with You
                    to be better

                end of excerpt


Romans 6: 2-4, 12-14

Out of the question! We have died to sin; how could we go on living in it? You cannot have forgotten that all of us, when we were baptised into Christ Jesus, were baptised into his death. So by our baptism into his death we were buried with him, so that as Christ was raised from the dead by the Father’s glorious power, we too should begin living a new life.

That is why you must not allow sin to reign over your mortal bodies and make you obey their desires; or give any parts of your bodies over to sin to be used as instruments of evil. Instead, give yourselves to God, as people brought to life from the dead, and give every part of your bodies to God to be instruments of uprightness; and then sin will no longer have any power over you—you are living not under law, but under grace.


1 John 1: 5

This is what we have heard from him 
and are declaring to you: 
God is light, 
    and there is no darkness in him at all.


1 John 2: 2

He is the sacrifice to expiate our sins,
and not only ours,
but also those of the whole world.


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.


                Sing Song: Change Our Hearts Oh Lord



Given March 16, 2010


Ezekiel 47: 1-9, 12

He brought me back to the entrance of the Temple, where a stream flowed eastwards from under the Temple threshold, for the Temple faced east. The water flowed from under the right side of the Temple, south of the altar. He took me out by the north gate and led me right round outside as far as the outer east gate where the water flowed out on the right–hand side. The man went off to the east holding his measuring line and measured off a thousand cubits; he then made me wade across the stream; the water reached my ankles. He measured off another thousand and made me wade across the stream again; the water reached my knees. He measured off another thousand and made me wade across the stream again; the water reached my waist. He measured off another thousand; it was now a river which I could not cross; the stream had swollen and was now deep water, a river impossible to cross. He then said, 'Do you see, son of man?' He then took me and brought me back to the bank on the river. Now, when I reached it, I saw an enormous number of trees on each bank of the river. He said, ‘This water flows east down to the Arabah and to the sea; and flowing into the sea it makes its waters wholesome. Wherever the river flows, all living creatures teeming in it will live. Fish will be very plentiful, for wherever the water goes it brings health, and life teems wherever the river flows.

Along the river, on either bank, will grow every kind of fruit tree with leaves that never wither and fruit that never fails; they will bear new fruit every month, because this water comes from the sanctuary. And their fruit will be good to eat and the leaves medicinal.’ 


                Where ever the water flows
                    there will be fish
                    there will be fresh fruit


Psalm 46: 2-3, 5-6, 8-9

so we shall not be afraid though the earth be in turmoil, 
though mountains tumble into the depths of the sea,

and its waters roar and seethe,
and the mountains totter as it heaves.

(Yahweh Sabaoth is with us,
our citadel, the God of Jacob.)      Pause

God is in the city, it cannot fall; 
at break of day God comes to its rescue. 
Nations are in uproar, kingdoms are tumbling,
when he raises his voice the earth crumbles away.

 Come, consider the wonders of Yahweh, 
the astounding deeds he has done on the earth:
he puts an end to wars over the whole wide world,
he breaks the bow, he snaps the spear,
shields he burns in the fire.


John 5: 1-16

After this there was a Jewish festival, and Jesus went up to Jerusalem. Now in Jerusalem next to the Sheep Pool there is a pool called Bethesda in Hebrew, which has five porticos; and under these were crowds of sick people, blind, lame, paralysed. One man there had an illness which had lasted thirty–eight years, and when Jesus saw him lying there and knew he had been in that condition for a long time, he said, ‘Do you want to be well again?’ ‘Sir,’ replied the sick man, ‘I have no one to put me into the pool when the water is disturbed; and while I am still on the way, someone else gets down there before me.’ Jesus said, ‘Get up, pick up your sleeping–mat and walk around.’ The man was cured at once, and he picked up his mat and started to walk around.

    Now that day happened to be the Sabbath, so the Jews said to the man who had been cured, 'It is the Sabbath; you are not allowed to carry your sleeping-mat.' He replied, 'But the man who cured me told me, "Pick up your sleeping-mat and walk around." ' They asked, 'Who is the man who said to you, "Pick up your sleeping-mat and walk around"? ' The man had no idea who it was, since Jesus had disappeared, as the place was crowded. After a while Jesus met him in the Temple and said, 'Now you are well again, do not sin any more, or something worse may happen to you.' The man went back and told the Jews that it was Jesus who had cured him. It was because he did things like this on the Sabbath that the Jews began to harass Jesus.


                The subject of the reading is water —
                    As we approach Easter we think
                        of baptism —

                    We see Jerusalem who will be a
                        source of salvation to the people —
                        water is flowing from all
                        directions and brings life
                        to whatever it touches —

                Jesus gives us the sacraments —
                    in baptism — God gives us
                    a sharing in His life —

                This paralyzed man is struggling
                    to get into the water —

                    Jesus heals the man —
                    the man doesn't know
                        who healed him

                    Jesus tells the man to be
                        on guard —

                    The man has to put his faith
                        in Jesus —

                The Lord gives us life

                Salvation comes from Jesus —
                    we must obey Him —

                Jesus comes to us in the Holy Eucharist

                Jesus died and rose from the dead

                Only Jesus can give us life

                Salvation is in Jesus —

                Jesus has the words of eternal life —
                Jesus is the Good Shepherd

                Please hear our petitions Father —
                    to be holy —

                Please help us Father —

                We love You God: Father, Son
                    and Holy Spirit


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God’s Blue Book 5
So Deep Is the Love of His Heart


God’s Blue Book 3
Love God, Love One Another

(Fr. Carter's favorite)

God’s Blue Book 6
He Calls Us to Action




Rosary Books

Rosaries from the
Hearts of Jesus and Mary


Rosaries from the
Hearts of Jesus and Mary


Rosary Meditations for
Parents and Children's


Mysteries of Light 1


Mysteries of Light 2


Little People & Elderly Rosary Book


Coloring Book
$5.00 each

Coloring Book
$5.00 each


Coloring Book
$5.00 each

Coloring Book
$5.00 each

Coloring Book
$5.00 each

Coloring Book
$5.00 each




We are trying to get

Response to God's Love

and the Mass Book out.

Anybody who wants to help us

with a donation to get these 2 books

out in the Priestly/hierarchy mailing —

Please call Shepherds of Christ




July 31, 1994

Words of Jesus to Members of
Shepherds of Christ Associates:

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

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

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

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






The China Church is over 140 years old

and we pray in there 24 hours a day.

It needs stucco and so does

the community building.

Can you please help us?

Call Shepherds of Christ



Likewise the priest house

is 150 years old.

Jesus told us to repair it

which we have been doing.

We need $13,000.00 for this work.



You can help put the Blue Book V

in the hands of 1,000 people

we need $1,200 postage for this

It is ready to go

Call Shepherds of Christ



Crucifix — hand carved by Felix


Available for $750.00




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