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.

July 5, 2001

A Prayer for Intimacy with the Lamb, the Bridegroom of the Soul

    Oh Lamb of God, Who take away the sins of the world, come and act on my soul most intimately. I surrender myself, as I ask for the grace to let go, to just be as I exist in You and You act most intimately on my soul. You are the Initiator. I am the soul waiting Your favors as You act in me. I love You. I adore You. I worship You. Come and possess my soul with Your Divine Grace, as I experience You most intimately.

Messenger: Include Our Lady of the Holy Spirit Center in 6:20 prayers.

Messenger:  Please pray for an important intention.

               Please pray for 5 urgent intentions!

Pray for a special priest and Father Mike,
Spread the Blood of Jesus on all involved, cast the devil far
away, ask for the special coming of the Holy Spirit in a special way
and consecrate all hearts to the Sacred Heart and Immaculate Heart.

July 6th Holy Spirit Novena Scripture selection is Day 8 Period 2. The Novena Rosary Mystery for July 6th is Sorrowful.


Excerpts from Mass Book II





2 of 3

The excerpts from the Mass Book II can be found on these days:

1. July 4, 2001

2. July 5, 2001

3. July 7, 2001




    This is not a complete study on the Mass. I am not a theologian. I am accounting here my personal experiences on my journey into the Heart of Jesus. I am not an English major. I majored in math and taught this subject in high school and mostly in college. I am a house-wife and mother of four. I have been married for 27 years. I write this book because I want to share my love for my beloved Jesus. I love the Eucharist and the Mass so much. I want to write about that. I am accounting my experiences in the Mass and before the tabernacle. Many experiences in this particular book were received at Holy Cross-Immaculata Catholic Church in Mt. Adams and during Holy Mass.

    Under the guidance of my spiritual director, Fr. Edward J. Carter, S.J., I have accounted my experiences here. He is a major part of all of my enlightenments. I am most grateful for all his gifts and time he has shared with me. This book, which contains my daily journal experiences, is a joint effort of his guidance and my accounting these experiences.

    This book, I hope, will lead you more deeply into the Sacred Heart of Jesus through Mary, our Mother, through her pure and Immaculate Heart. I hope it will help you to love God more and more through the Mass and the Eucharist. I love you. Rita.



~ August 19, 1998 ~

1 Corinthians 15:20-26

    In fact, however, Christ has been raised from the dead, as the first–fruits of all who have fallen asleep. As it was by one man that death came, so through one man has come the resurrection of the dead. Just as all die in Adam, so in Christ all will be brought to life; but all of them in their proper order: Christ the first–fruits, and next, at his coming, those who belong to him. After that will come the end, when he will hand over the kingdom to God the Father, having abolished every principality, every ruling force and power. For he is to be king until he has made his enemies his footstool, and the last of the enemies to be done away with is death, for he has put all things under his feet. 

end excerpt from August 19, 1998 message (from October 1, 2000 Daily Message)



~ May 10, 2000 ~

The Mass

    Today at Mass I realized how the whole Body of Christ is united in that Mass. I as a member wanted to be so united to the whole Body as one body pleading for grace for the sick earth and giving the greatest honor and love to God, worshipping Him because I love Him so.

    I am so one with all His creatures in the Mass and filled with such love and appreciation for all He has given us as He dwells so deeply in me, in my heart in Holy Communion. I see myself and Him as a couple. He is the bridegroom, I am the bride and yet I am so one in Him, my bridegroom, my love, my all.

    Now I feel such devotion to Him in the Eucharist and I love to gaze on the Exposed Eucharist and just be with Him. I love this so much. I love to sit for so long and pray my rosary and just be there and be with Him taking everything in my life to Him, recording my special prayers for others as I am with Him so I can remember them hourly and pray for them. He fills me so in those quiet times when I am with Him and those around me add to the joy if they are devoutly honoring Him in quiet prayer. It is a new dimension for me to be with others and be so united to Him, yet feel fullness in my adoration because others are joined with me. I love the Body of Christ. I am one with my fellow members in deep, deep love in Him. I love to pray and intercede to God for our needs. My times of quiet with Him bring me great, heaven-like joy, but I know it is God’s will I work hard in spreading the News of the Kingdom and being loving to all others, serving Him and doing His will. Being loving to others means being as He desires us to be. A mother is not loving when she does not instruct her children or care for them. Being loving means living in the truth, doing what He wants even when it may be easier to ignore some things. Holy Mother the Church must teach the children what God wants them to know so they can be holy and that their souls will be saved. Loving is being as God desires us to be.

    Living every moment according to His will. We must seek to live every moment as He desires. When we do not do what is God’s will, we affect others in the body of Christ and the world. Since we are one body, every person must realize how our every action affects others and strive to do His will. If one person is willful and does not do God’s will, he affects everyone else to some degree.

    In the Reign of the Sacred Heart, all will live according to God’s will in great harmony and love. In our communities of Shepherds of Christ there should be great harmony, if all are trying to live as one body doing God’s will. What one does willfully affects the other members of the body. Like a symphony, the more they follow the conductor and act as one, the more attuned is the beautiful tone that one hears as they unite to play the composition.

end  excerpt from May 10, 2000  message (from October 2, 2000 Daily Message)



~ August 10, 2000 ~

Our Founder talks about the paschal mystery.

In every Mass the death-resurrection of Jesus is sacramentally made present.

We die with Him, we lay down our lives to live more fully in the resurrection.

DYING     -        RISING

He was born - He died - He rose.




Memorial Acclamation

    Lord, by Your cross and resurrection You have set us free - You are the Savior of the world.

    We die to ourselves every moment of the day as we unite to Jesus in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

    In dying to the false self we share more fully in His life.

    Jesus was born to die.

    We must give ourselves in total surrender especially at the Consecration of the Mass.

    In the Mass the Sacrifice of Calvary is sacramentally made present.

    We die to the false self.

John 12:24

In all truth I tell you,
unless a wheat grain falls into the earth
     and dies,
it remains only a single grain;
but if it dies
it yields a rich harvest.

end  excerpt from  August 10, 2000 message (from October 3, 2000)



~ July 20, 2000 ~

    Our mission is this, to give our lives to God, united to the Mass for souls, with consecrated hearts.

    Our mission is to reach souls so that they offer up their lives united to the Mass for the Church and the world - for all souls. (our own included)




~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    Christ came as Savior.






Isaiah 12: 2A, 3A

Look, he is the God of my salvation:
I shall have faith and not be afraid,

Joyfully you will draw water 
from the springs of salvation




Our offering is most pure as we give our hearts to Jesus and Mary




Revelations 12: 1-2

Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. She was pregnant, and in labour, crying aloud in the pangs of childbirth.

Matthew 28: 16-20

    Meanwhile the eleven disciples set out for Galilee, to the mountain where Jesus had arranged to meet them. When they saw him they fell down before him, though some hesitated. Jesus came up and spoke to them. He said, 'All authority in heaven and on earth has been given to me. Go, therefore, make disciples of all nations; baptise them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit, and teach them to observe all the commands I gave you. And look, I am with you always; yes, to the end of time.'

Words of Surrender of a Soul

Words of Consecration to God

Today Lord, (today's date), I give You my entire will-

I give You all my liberties, I want to love and serve You as You desire.

I surrender myself to You.

I ask You to run my life.

I ask You to help me act like You, Jesus, and like Your Mother Mary.

God, this day I consecrate myself to You.

I am  (name) , Your beloved child, guide me on my way now as I go about my day (or if in Church) as I leave Your Eucharistic presence.

~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    My dream is to live every moment at the consecration of the Mass where I unite more fully in that moment, and I pray the above words. I pray this prayer, too, after the reception of the Eucharist. It is my gift of giving myself more completely to Him. Is this not what love is?

    The Son of God - God Almighty gives Himself to us in the Holy Eucharist - in the Mass - should we not give ourselves most completely to Him?



~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    This is love - the gift of self to the other - the other gives himself to us. How completely God gives us Himself.

    I see from afar a priest raise the Host, raise the chalice, through Him, with Him and in Him.



~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    At every moment the bell tolls reminding me of this precious moment that goes on constantly around the world and that I can unite with that and help in the act of redemption.

    My life is a gift to Him.

    From afar I see the priest now, oh that precious gift. That all would unite to this precious gift as little children of the Father and Mother and pray in this union for our family, our human family on this earth and the souls in purgatory!

    Oh God, help us to see more fully the gift given and as the brides of Christ unite so fully in this act of love, of ourselves given to Him in Holy Sacrifice.



Words of Surrender of a Soul

Words of Consecration to God

Today Lord, (today's date), I give You my entire will-

I give You all my liberties, I want to love and serve You as You desire.

I surrender myself to You.

I ask You to run my life.

I ask You to help me act like You, Jesus, and like Your Mother Mary.

God, this day I consecrate myself to You.

I am  (name) , Your beloved child, guide me on my way now as I go about my day (or if in Church) as I leave Your Eucharistic presence.


~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    My life is yours, I am your child, Father. I ask in this Holy Eucharist to do all I can to tell others, especially those in our Church, of the great gift God gives to us.

    Oh, I cry for joy for this gift of God given to us today.

    Through Him, With Him and In Him-

    All things in Him. All things offered united to the Sacrifice of Calvary sacramentally made present now on the altar through our precious priests.



~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    Here is a short prayer to give to the people in nursing homes and prisons.

     God, I give you my life in union with the Mass for souls, the Church and the priests.

    Little cards are available, make your own little cards and give them to elderly and nursing home people so they will offer their lives as a sacrifice to God in union with the Mass.

Card PDF format - Business Card Size
Card PDF format - Large Print for Elderly and Nursing Homes


Excerpt from the Mass Book

    Oh the Mass, the greatest gift of love between God and man. The Almighty God gives Himself completely to us and we give ourselves to Him. The Bread of Life comes to me and outpours His love, His life to me. The sacrifice is God, He is the Lamb of God, and He gives Himself to us. I love sharing in His divine love. Oh God, open our eyes and give us lights that we may see more clearly the great gift You give us, that we may in this great act of love, give ourselves more completely, that we will worship You and praise You and bow down and adore our most beauteous God. I love You, I love You, oh I love You God, Thy kingdom come on earth as it is in heaven. Enlighten us that we will treasure this great gift given to us. God gives Himself to man.



Prayer for the proper disposition of heart at the Consecration of the Mass

    Oh God, help me to be so one with you in the Holy Sacrifice. I want to be so deeply united to Mary’s pure Heart so I can be so one with Jesus in offering this holy Sacrifice.

    Oh Father, please look down from heaven and see this holy Sacrifice and outpour your grace on our Church and our world and especially on our priests and our youth.

    Oh God, we cry to you to hear us and help us and outpour Your grace and mercy. We love You so much, and we are so sorry for all our sins and the sins of the human race for all time.

    Help us unite as a body at every moment with the Masses going on around the world, and in offering up our lives as a sacrifice, let us help to bring great grace down on the earth for our priests and the Church and the world.

    Oh God we love you so, we pray this prayer from all our hearts united to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. We offer it to the Father, united to Jesus in the Mass, in the Holy Spirit, with Mary at our side, and united to all angels and saints and the souls in purgatory. Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, help us, protect us, we place our trust in Thee.

    Oh God, help us, We want to make reparation to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary for the offenses against them. Holy Spirit, fill us.

    Oh God, we plead to You to grant grace for souls. Help us! Help souls Jesus gave His life for. Help us. Help our children and our priests.



A Prayer before the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass

    Let me be a holy sacrifice and unite with God in the sacrament of His greatest love.

    I want to be one in Him in this act of love, where He gives Himself to me and I give myself as a sacrifice to Him. Let me be a holy sacrifice as I become one with Him in this my act of greatest love to Him.

    Let me unite with Him more, that I may more deeply love Him. May I help make reparation to His adorable Heart and the heart of His Mother, Mary. With greatest love, I offer myself to You and pray that You will accept my sacrifice of greatest love. I give myself to You and unite in Your gift of Yourself to me. Come and possess my soul.

    Cleanse me, strengthen me, heal me. Dear Holy Spirit act in the heart of Mary to make me more and more like Jesus.

    Father, I offer this my sacrifice, myself united to Jesus in the Holy Spirit to You. Help me to love God more deeply in this act of my greatest love.

    Give me the grace to grow in my knowledge, love and service of You and for this to be my greatest participation in the Mass. Give me the greatest graces to love You so deeply in this Mass, You who are so worthy of my love.

         -God's Blue Book, December 27, 1995


~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    When giving the people the little card give them the card "I give my heart to Jesus and Mary with you in love."

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    That makes the offering a most pure offering in Their pure Hearts and all our actions bring down greater grace in Their pure Hearts.

    I love souls so much, a little as He loved them. If I am so united to Him offering my life as a sacrifice united to the Mass to help save souls, it will make a difference. Our lives are so important to His plan. I am one person and my life can make such a difference to help in the salvation of souls when united to His offering of Himself in the Mass through the priest.

    The emotion in my soul is so deep with tear-filled eyes in every word. I am pleading that you help me with the offering of your own lives united to the Mass for the sake of souls and help me reach others to do likewise. I am one person, I give myself as completely as I am able. The body of Christ must realize how important their role is in this in acting in as far as they are able as a priestly people offering sacrifice.

Revelations l: 5-6

and from Jesus Christ, the faithful witness, the First-born from the dead, the highest of earthly kings. He loves us and has washed away our sins with his blood, and made us a Kingdom of Priests to serve his God and Father; to him, then, be glory and power for ever and ever. Amen.

Revelations 5: 9-10

They sang a new hymn:

You are worthy to take the scroll
and to break its seals,
because you were sacrificed,
    and with your blood
you bought people for God
of every race, language, people and nation
and made them
    a line of kings and priests for God,
to rule the world.

~ July 20, 2000 continues ~

    It is up to us to participate as fully as we can as a body for the sake of souls and to get others to lay down their lives as a sacrifice.

    This means offering up our daily activities united to the Mass. What a waste to not offer up all our sufferings and joys so we can help that great grace can be released.

    My life is centered around the Mass. I am a member of His body, His bride. I offer sacrifice being one in Him for the precious souls He gave His life for.

    I am emotional, for I love so deeply His precious souls and my life here when offered this way can help to bring down great grace for our troubled world.

    Only His grace will change the hearts.

    I want to show you Lucia's vision June 13, 1929.




    On June 13, 2000, we had a special ceremony for apostles in China, Indiana.

    In a few days on July 31, it will be the wonderful feast of our beloved St. Ignatius Loyola. The nine day period before begins July 23. Let's all join together and ask St. Ignatius to intercede to God to grant grace that the Jesuits will help us more and more in this mission. That the Jesuits will help us spreading the priestly newsletter and the consecration and rosary to the earth and all that is needed to help spread the devotion to the Sacred Heart as Jesus desires. We will pray in this 9 day period for ourselves and our calling to help bring about the Reign of the Sacred Heart. We will pray for the Jesuits, whom we love, through the intercession of St. Ignatius.

    I love St. Ignatius so much. Every July 31,  I have received the most wonderful graces on this Feast at Mass that day. I feel really close to St. Francis Xavier, too. I think we should pray through his powerful intercession and that of St. Claude La Columbiere and St. Margaret Mary.

    Let's make this nine day novena praying through their powerful intercession.

Our lives here are important. We are intercessors for souls, intercessors praying for the priests, the Church and the world. We love like He loved and we pray like He did with burning love in our hearts for His precious souls.

Luke 12: 49-50

'I have come to bring fire to the earth, and how I wish it were blazing already! There is a baptism I must still receive, and what constraint I am under until it is completed!

From the Mass of St. Ignatius

Timothy 1: 12-17

    I thank Christ Jesus our Lord, who has given me strength. By calling me into his service he has judged me trustworthy, even though I used to be a blasphemer and a persecutor and contemptuous. Mercy, however, was shown me, because while I lacked faith I acted in ignorance; but the grace of our Lord filled me with faith and with the love that is in Christ Jesus. Here is a saying that you can rely on and nobody should doubt: that Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners. I myself am the greatest of them; and if mercy has been shown to me, it is because Jesus Christ meant to make me the leading example of his inexhaustible patience for all the other people who were later to trust in him for eternal life. To the eternal King, the undying, invisible and only God, be honour and glory for ever and ever. Amen.

Luke 9: 18-26

    Now it happened that he was praying alone, and his disciples came to him and he put this question to them, 'Who do the crowds say I am?' And they answered, 'Some say John the Baptist; others Elijah; others again one of the ancient prophets come back to life.' 'But you,' he said to them, 'who do you say I am?' It was Peter who spoke up. 'The Christ of God,' he said. But He gave them strict orders and charged them not to say this to anyone.

First prophecy of the Passion

    He said, 'The Son of man is destined to suffer grievously, to be rejected by the elders and chief priests and scribes and to be put to death, and to be raised up on the third day.'

The condition of following Christ

    Then, speaking to all, he said, 'If anyone wants to be a follower of mine, let him renounce himself and take up his cross every day and follow me. Anyone who wants to save his life will lose it; but anyone who loses his life for my sake, will save it. What benefit is it to anyone to win the whole world and forfeit or lose his very self? For if anyone is ashamed of me and of my words, of him the Son of man will be ashamed when he comes in his own glory and in the glory of the Father and the holy angels.

My whole life is centered around Him.

The Eucharist is the greatest gift given to us.

Oh that we would cherish this gift and be as He wants.

The Church is His bride.

The faithful are His brides.

We offer sacrifice and partake as we are able in His holy priesthood in being one with Him at Mass.

Lord I give you myself - take all my liberties - my entire will.

Please rule my life, I am your bride, you are the Bridegroom of my soul.

I call You Master.

You are God.

end excerpt from  July 20, 2000 message (from October 4, 2000 Daily Message)



~ May 30, 2000 ~

The bell tolls and the moment is now.

    Oh, if we do not have a picture of a bell, hear its beauty and let it resound in your heart, knowing every moment is so important for the souls.

    Oh, God, that You love us so much and give us these gifts.

    That God is truly present and with us, and we become so busy we do not hear the clock as it ticks in our life, tick, tick and just as that clock ticks, the bell tolls to remind us of every moment and our lives given in helping in the act of redemption to help save souls.

    Now I know what it truly is to be a Shepherd of Christ, it is to give your life every moment, to lay it down as He did, uniting those moments to Him in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, being so one in Him as to exist so united to Him, living IN Him, offering sacrifice. A sacrifice is an offering, offering our mundane duties, all we do whether as a sick person lying in bed or a man building a high tower, all having that attitude of laying down their lives for the flock, loving them, wanting all to be one, wanting all to be saved. Oh, God, I wish I had a picture of the Good Shepherd. Envision it, Jesus so beautiful in red and blue garb, a staff in His hand and a sheep in His arms, and He is in a grassy field with sheep surrounding Him, and His love is so great for these little sheep that He would give His life for them. He would lay down His life for His sheep.

John 10: 11-15

I am the good shepherd:
the good shepherd lays down his life
   for his sheep.
The hired man,
   since he is not the shepherd
and the sheep do not belong to him,
abandons the sheep
as soon as he sees a wolf coming,
   and runs away,
and then the wolf attacks
   and scatters the sheep;
he runs away
   because he is only a hired man
and has no concern for the sheep.
I am the good shepherd;
I know my own
and my own know me,
just as the Father knows me
and I know the Father;
and I lay down my life for my sheep.

~ May 30, 2000 continues ~

    Hear the birds chirp, the tolling bell I cannot hear now, but it tolls in my heart and in my life marking my moments when I lay down my life for Him.

    What is there but this, to be a good shepherd. To love God, to be one in Him, is to love the flock, love each and every one that we would give our life for them. We do this when we offer every moment of our lives to Him as a sacrifice for souls, our own and all His precious souls.

    Now, even though I do not hear the tolling, I must hear it in my heart. The moment in which I help in the act of redemption is at hand. Every moment of my life I want to live in laying down that life for the flock, offering up my activities done according to the Father's will in love, being one in Him, one in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass going on around the world, being ONE IN HIM. This is my offering, MYSELF, IN HIM. I help carry on the work of redemption in my life living IN HIM.

    Oh I cry, I cry, I am enveloped in the precious love of God, He has swept me, little me, off my feet with His presence at Mass. The Good Shepherd offers sacrifice united to His Body the Church at Mass as the sacrifice of Calvary is sacramentally made present in the Mass, through the hands of consecrated priests and we sing.





~ May 30, 2000 continues ~


He has enveloped my soul and I know Him so intimately in this love of God.

I cannot speak or write words to describe it.


Song: I love You Jesus


And His presence permeates my soul.


Song: Your Presence Pervades My Soul

Song: Your Presence Pervades My Soul (page 2)


~ May 30, 2000 continues ~

    God is with us, sound the gong, let the world hear the message of His Shepherds, come to the feast, the Almighty God is truly present.

    Christ the Chief Priest, Victim and King gives Himself in the greatest act of love to His people through the consecrated priest.

    Oh, God, let our hearts sing, let us cry with joy, let us unite in thanksgiving, we beg you to shower your grace on the earth for the souls.

    A good shepherd is one who lays down his life for his flock.

    I hear the bells toll again. My heart skips a beat, and I cry, for I know that in sorrow and joy my life is His, I am created to achieve heaven and to help others get there.

    It is a sacrifice, my offering, my life. I am a shepherd. I do His will, I live to serve Him the way He wants of me.

    Authority comes from God to men. There is a pipeline. All authority will be under His feet. In the Church there is structure, it is His Church, He is the head, all are under Him. One that does not report upward to the top breaks the connection to Him. Likewise, the lines of authority must be well defined so the person underneath knows where to go for the authority coming from Him.

    The devil wants to take out those in authority. The devil wants those in authority to not report upward.

    The power flows from Him, through the lines of authority.

    A person that does his own will, and operates freely as he chooses, breaks the lines of authority to God.

    Those in authority cannot cut themselves off from those over them.

    Jesus has granted great authority to the pope.

    A person always must know to whom they report. If one in authority is removed, another must be designated as the authority.

Matthew 16: 18

...You are Peter and on this rock I will build my community. And the gates of the underworld can never overpower it.

A priest is a gift from God.

    Oh, the gift of God, given to us in the Mass, let our hearts sing for joy.

end excerpt from May 30, 2000 message (from October 5, 2000 Daily Message)



~ October 6, 1999 ~

    We are a people endangered by Satan's snare.

    The Mass is the ongoing Sacrifice offered to the Father to reconcile men to God.


Jesus on the cross at Immaculata Church


It says in scripture:

Matthew 11:25

At that time Jesus exclaimed, 'I bless you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for hiding these things from the learned and the clever and revealing them to little children.

~ October 6, 1999 continues ~

    He comes, Jesus, the Son of God, Savior, to reconcile a fallen race to God.

    The Sacrifice of Calvary is sacramentally made present on our altars today.

    We pray for the priests offering sacrifice.

    What is the power in this great prayer, the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass?

    The handmaid stood beneath the cross, she knew exactly how to pray to bring down the greatest graces.

    When the Church began, God left Mary on earth, pleading at the altars as the perfect handmaid, the one human person conceived without sin, the New Eve, the sinless one, pleading beneath the altar as the New Adam is the Chief-Priest and Victim.

    A fallen human race, tainted in their hearts with sin.

    A spotless offering, the Body and Blood of Jesus offered to the Father for our sins.

    The connection is with God and the whole human race.

    Participating in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, we can't be like little people disunited from each other.

    We are one body participating in the Sacrifice, pleading for the world.

    We realize that it is:

        WITH HIM
        AND IN HIM
        we are saved.

    We come as little ones. We go to the Immaculate Heart of the Woman. She crushes the head of the serpent. Jesus' Blood is offered in the Sacrifice.

    He is what?
        SAVIOR of the world!

    We are so foolish to disconnect in our hearts from the Holy One of Israel, from the Savior of the world, from the Woman who stood beneath that tree, the only one who could stand in Immaculate purity in her Heart.

    Why has Mary not been recognized in the Church as she should be?

    The devil knows she is the key.

    What has been hidden from the learned and the clever comes through so clear in the minds of little children.

    He can unlock our minds, lift the veil, give us the light in less than the batting of an eye.

    The children of Mary are brought forth children of light. The Holy Spirit works in connection with His spouse to bring forth the children of Eve into greater light in the spiritual womb of Mary - her Immaculate Heart.

    What is hidden from the learned and clever has been revealed to the merest children.

    God unlocks the mind as He so desires.

    Insight into the Divine Mysteries is not like the study of a history book. It comes from God acting on the soul with His grace.

    What does it say in the Litany of the Sacred Heart?

    "Heart of Jesus, in whom are all the treasures of wisdom and knowledge.

    "What does it say in the Litany of the Blessed Virgin Mary?

    "Mother of divine grace."

    What is the fourth entry in the Litany of the Sacred Heart?

"God the Son, Redeemer of the world"

    What are the 7th and 8th entries?

"Heart of Jesus, Son of the eternal Father,

Heart of Jesus, formed by the Holy Spirit in the womb of the Virgin Mother."

    What is the 11th entry?

"Heart of Jesus, sacred temple of God."

    Are we not searching? Mary is searching for her little children to lead them to the sacred temple of God.

    Children of Mary come to the light, come to the Immaculate Heart of the Woman. It is there the Light of the world was brought forth. He is the First Fruit. We are to bear fruit in this world. We are to be brought forth as children of light from the spiritual womb of the Lady Clothed with the Sun.

Revelation 12:1

Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars.

    We are so blind we do not see.

    The word needs to take root in our hearts.

    The word needs to be alive in our hearts.

    We live and dwell in Him in His Sacred Heart.

    He is the Word, the Savior of the World.

Revelation 22:20

The one who attests these things says: I am indeed coming soon. Amen; come, Lord Jesus.


A Song from Jesus



JESUS IS the SAVIOR of the World.




Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, robed with the sun, standing on the moon, and on her head a crown of twelve stars. (Revelation 12:1)

~ October 6, 1999 continues ~


The Mass, the most perfect form of prayer.


Fr. Edward Carter, S.J.


end excerpt from October 6, 1999 message (from October 6, 2000 Daily Message)



~ April 13, 2000 ~ 

Hebrews 9: 15

Christ seals the new covenant
with his blood

This makes him the mediator of a new covenant, so that, now that a death has occurred to redeem the sins committed under an earlier covenant, those who have been called to an eternal inheritance may receive the promise.

John 8: 51-59

In all truth I tell you,
whoever keeps my word
will never see death.

The Jews said, ‘Now we know that you are possessed. Abraham is dead, and the prophets are dead, and yet you say, "Whoever keeps my word will never know the taste of death." Are you greater than our father Abraham, who is dead? The prophets are dead too. Who are you claiming to be?’ Jesus answered:

If I were to seek my own glory
my glory would be worth nothing;
in fact, my glory
   is conferred by the Father,
by the one of whom you say,
   ‘He is our God,’
although you do not know him.
But I know him,
and if I were to say, ‘I do not know him,’
I should be a liar, as you yourselves are.
But I do know him, and I keep his word.
Your father Abraham rejoiced
to think that he would see my Day;
he saw it and was glad.

The Jews then said, ‘You are not fifty yet, and you have seen Abraham!’ Jesus replied:

In all truth I tell you,
before Abraham ever was,
I am.

At this they picked up stones to throw at him; but Jesus hid himself and left the Temple.


~ October 6, 1999 continues ~

    One can see the lack of understanding of the people in this gospel concerning Jesus, and today many men do not understand about the life that goes on after death or they would amend their lives.


    Sacrifice. Abraham was asked to sacrifice his son. In the Old Testament they offered sacrifice to please their God and to receive His favors. God did not make Abraham sacrifice his son, but He gave us His Son as a sacrifice. Today we offer ourselves to the Father in union with Christ His Son, the most perfect offering.

Hebrews 9: 11 - 15

    But now Christ has come, as the high priest of all the blessings which were to come. He has passed through the greater, the more perfect tent, not made by human hands, that is, not of this created order; and he has entered the sanctuary once and for all, taking with him not the blood of goats and bull calves, but his own blood, having won an eternal redemption. The blood of goats and bulls and the ashes of a heifer, sprinkled on those who have incurred defilement, may restore their bodily purity. How much more will the blood of Christ, who offered himself, blameless as he was, to God through the eternal Spirit, purify our conscience from dead actions so that we can worship the living God.

~ October 6, 1999 continues ~

    We do not sufficiently realize that the human race as a whole has sinned and we must make reparation to God for our sins. We do not offer sacrifice only for our sins. We come as a member of the human race to tell God we are sorry as a race for offending Him and beg His forgiveness and mercy. God is the I Am. We offer sacrifice for our sins and the sins of all men. God is offended by our sins, we want to be reconciled to God. We say we are sinful and are sorry.

    At the consecration I give myself totally to Him to unite in this holy Sacrifice, to be one with Jesus in offering this Sacrifice to the Father for my sins and the sins of the whole human race. I tell God I am sorry we have offended Him. I mount the altar of sacrifice and unite with Jesus Himself, Chief Priest and Victim, in offering myself to the Father. I beg, I plead, I want to be so pure, being united to Him in the Pure and Holy Hearts of Jesus and Mary to offer a most holy Sacrifice.

    This is the most pleasing sacrifice we can offer to the Father, the sacrifice of His Son.

    The emotion in our hearts swells, begging God to outpour grace and mercy on the earth.

    I see the youth and all the needs of the people of God. I beg Him for grace and mercy.

    Oh Jesus, I pray I can write more and more completely about this great gift you give in this Holy Sacrifice of the Mass.

    Oh that the children would know, the people in the nursing homes, know of this great sacrifice offered continually to our God and the great benefits derived from our recognition of how fully we can unite to it in our daily lives.

    Oh God, help me.

end excerpt April 13,2000 message (from October 7, 2000 Daily Message)



~ July 2, 2000 continues ~

    A letter written on the feast of the Immaculate Heart.

    The depth to which I experience oneness and my desire for this deep oneness as God intends with all souls leaves me in a state of enormous hunger always.

    My desire to help souls is so deep and so intens. My whole relationship with God, the knowledge of His vision He has given to me is intense and deep. I feel I cannot express what I know and am unable to grasp it here below. We all must pull together and work really hard for the will of God to be done.

    We have to pray united deeply as a body. We need to feel. I feel so deep His suffering and His joy.

    God is molding our hearts together the more we pray as a body in Him united to the Mass. The devil can try to block this union by trying to keep us separate. The devil uses any means he can to divide. Sometimes words spoken can divide us, and yet our hearts have been united by Him, and there is such pain because He desires us to be one in Him. The devil can use verbal communication to divide us, the devil can create division by differences between men and women and different types of personalities. The devil can use past unhealed hurts that people have experienced in relationships to be as a red flag to divide two people that need to be united for His work, or need to be united to keep the family one and keep the relationships strong relationships.

    The vision of the Reign of the Sacred Heart is embedded in my soul.

    Words can never express the fullness of the love inside which one person has for another. Every Mass I have attended has planted knowledge on my soul. In some Masses He took me to the heaven-like heights in which I knew intense oneness with Father, Son and Holy Spirit. (This has not only been done in the Mass. On December 15, 1995, I felt so intently united to the Divine God in a way that I know more fully this deep union with God for all eternity, all three Persons.)

    I have also experienced lack of oneness, separation, in my soul during the Mass that has been an agony I cannot ever account on paper.

    My desire is to reach as many souls as I can so that they will be with Him forever in heaven.

    I feel this deep sensitivity within me to be able to communicate to Him. I know more His suffering in the garden. He had perfect knowledge and perfect love, and the intensity of what He experienced there is inexpressible in words. He loves perfectly. He knows perfectly. It was not wounds to His mortal flesh that was His greatest agony, but wounds to His tender Sacred Heart for the lack of oneness and love of His creatures. He had knowledge of complete oneness. He saw the hatred and division and the sins of all men for all time.

    God is surely good to us. He gives us Himself, He shares His life, He gives us the Mass, the Eucharist, the Church, the priest, the Sacraments, each other, our lives, our breaths.

    I see God is the One Who molds our hearts into deep oneness as we dwell in His Heart. We are united more as a body as we partake more fully in every Mass. 

    The division is so painful when we love someone so much.

    The more we are united in Him through prayer and the Mass and consecration, the more division tears our hearts apart. It is His hand that unites us in prayer and consecration and in the Mass. We are united to the whole body of Christ more and more when we participate in the Mass and unite in Him consciously and consecrate ourselves to Him through Mary's Immaculate Heart in the Holy Spirit.

    Here again, what I write of here is beyond words.

    The more we dwell in His Heart, the more we unite to the Mass. He unites us, it is by His hand. Satan can create division through verbal communication or other ways, but the deep rooted union of the Body of Christ is beyond our complete understanding. We are united in Him in the Mass and in our baptism and life in the Church. It is by His hand. Our participation in the consecration intensifies the more we participate and He outpours His grace.

    If we fail to communicate verbally, this is not the issue. His mission is implanted on our souls by Him in depth through the Masses, the time before the tabernacle, our prayers, living our consecrations.

    He helps us know more and more how to participate more fully in our relationship with Him, how to be one. 

    He helps us grow in our life of consecration which began at baptism.

    Through the purity of Mary's Heart, we can deeply dwell in His Sacred Heart, wherein is found the treasures we seek.

    There is a great depth between souls that unite to the Mass and live their consecration. It is the hand of God that unites the hearts, and the words given here are to lead the Church and the world into deeper oneness in Him.

    It is not in the words alone that we connect, but God is uniting our hearts in Him as we dwell in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. He is the Initiator.

    In a world that thinks they control everything, we must feel the air on our cheeks and breathe the fresh air into our lungs, watch the sun rise and set. We do not control these things, the hand of God is upon us.

    We have to let go and have faith. God knows the very hairs of our heads and watches over us.

    Oh God, give us faith and help us to realize You are working in our hearts in our connection to the Mass and in living more deeply our consecration.

    The mission has been planted in our hearts by the hand of God.

    We must spread the consecration as Mary said at Fatima. We must unite to the Mass.

    There will be one flock with one Shepherd.

    The shepherd helps lead the strayed ones home.

    The home for us is the Heart of Jesus.

John 10: 7-21

So Jesus spoke to them again:

In all truth I tell you,
I am the gate of the sheepfold.
All who have come before me
are thieves and bandits,
but the sheep took no notice of them.
I am the gate.
Anyone who enters through me
   will be safe:
such a one will go in and out
and will find pasture.
The thief comes
only to steal and kill and destroy.
I have come
so that they may have life
and have it to the full.
I am the good shepherd:
the good shepherd lays down his life
    for his sheep.
The hired man,
    since he is not the shepherd
and the sheep do not belong to him,
abandons the sheep
as soon as he sees a wolf coming,
    and runs away, 
and then the wolf attacks
    and scatters the sheep;
he runs away
    because he is only a hired man
and has no concern for the sheep.
I am the good shepherd;
I know my own
and my own know me,
just as the Father knows me
and I know the Father;
and I lay down my life for my sheep.
And there are other sheep I have
 that are not of this fold,
 and I must lead these too. 
They too will listen to my voice,
 and there will be only one flock, 
one shepherd.
The Father loves me, 
because I lay down my life
 in order to take it up again.
No one takes it from me; 
I lay it down of my own free will, 
and as I have power to lay it down, 
so I have power to take it up again; 
and this is the command 
   I have received from my Father.

These words caused a fresh division among the Jews. Many said, ‘He is possessed, he is raving; why do you listen to him?’ Others said, ‘These are not the words of a man possessed by a devil: could a devil open the eyes of the blind?’

John 17: 10-26

All I have is yours
and all you have is mine,
and in them I am glorified.
I am no longer in the world,
but they are in the world,
and I am coming to you.
Holy Father,
keep those you have given me
   true to your name,
so that they may be one like us.
While I was with them,
I kept those you had given me
   true to your name.
I have watched over them
   and not one is lost
except one who was destined to be lost,
and this was to fulfil the scriptures.
But now I am coming to you
and I say these things in the world
to share my joy with them to the full.
I passed your word on to them,
and the world hated them,
because they belong to the world
no more than I belong to the world.
I am not asking you
   to remove them from the world,
but to protect them from the Evil One.
They do not belong to the world
any more than I belong to the world.
Consecrate them in the truth;
your word is truth.
As you sent me into the world,
I have sent them into the world,
and for their sake I consecrate myself
so that they too
   may be consecrated in truth.
I pray not only for these
but also for those
who through their teaching
   will come to believe in me.
May they all be one,
just as, Father, you are in me
   and I am in you,
so that they also may be in us,
so that the world may believe
   it was you who sent me.
I have given them the glory
   you gave to me,
that they may be one as we are one.
With me in them and you in me,
may they be so perfected in unity
that the world will recognise
   that it was you who sent me
and that you have loved them
   as you have loved me.

I want those you have given me
to be with me where I am,
so that they may always see my glory
which you have given me
because you loved me
before the foundation of the world.
Father, Upright One,
the world has not known you,
but I have known you,
and these have known
that you have sent me.
I have made your name known to them
and will continue to make it known,
so that the love with which you loved me
   may be in them,
and so that I may be in them.

Ezekiel 34: 11-16

     “For the Lord Yahweh says this: Look, I myself shall take care of my flock and look after it. As a shepherd looks after his flock when he is with his scattered sheep, so shall I look after my sheep. I shall rescue them from wherever they have been scattered on the day of clouds and darkness. I shall bring them back from the peoples where they are; I shall gather them back from the countries and bring them back to their own land. I shall pasture them on the mountains of Israel, in the ravines and in all the inhabited parts of the country. I shall feed them in good pasturage; the highest mountains of Israel will be their grazing ground. There they will rest in good grazing grounds; they will browse in rich pastures on the mountains of Israel. I myself shall pasture my sheep, I myself shall give them rest–declares the Lord Yahweh. I shall look for the lost one, bring back the stray, bandage the injured and make the sick strong. I shall watch over the fat and healthy. I shall be a true shepherd to them.


From the LITANY of the Sacred Heart,

Heart of Jesus, sacred temple of God

Heart of Jesus, house of God and gate of heaven

end excerpt July 2, 2000 message (from October 8, 2000 Daily Message)



~ May 29, 2000 ~

    When we come to Mass we make an offering of ourselves, all our sorrows (wounds), joys, our complete selves. We see our lives and we put ourselves in Mary's Heart, ask to make the offering in greatest purity. In His Heart we offer the sacrifice IN HIM and WITH HIM.

    We become one with Him as deeply as possible. We dwell in His most perfect Heart offering sacrifice to God for our sins and the sins of men. Our whole being is very active in the Mass as we realize more the power of this Sacrifice most worthily offered. We want to give ourselves as completely as possible, our past, all of ourselves, now become so one in the moment of sacrifice as we become one in Him pleading and begging to our God for purification, for help, for love of Him and all others. We give thanksgiving, worship and honor to Him, our whole being given as a sacrifice on the altar IN His pure and holy Heart. Being in the Immaculate Heart of our Mother, we offer sacrifice for the Church and the world.

    We offer every precious moment of our lives, united to the Masses around the world, being one in Jesus. Every moment is a moment of sacrifice united to God. This is what we do in the Morning Offering.

    The pages of the book of our lives are being written. These moments of our lives are so dear to God, for we offer our lives as a sacrifice for souls.

    Are we spending the precious moments of our lives offering sacrifice to God for His honor and glory and giving our lives as a sacrifice for souls?

    Write a short page every day or the following day, similar to an examination of conscience, seeing the good (so much good we accomplish we overlook, so many precious moments of joy we forget) and the times we were troubled.

    The devil tries to keep us focused on the problems.

    We are His shepherds, helping to shepherd His flock, there is so much good we can accomplish every day.

    We should write a short page every day, date it, read over it when we are troubled, keep it in a book, see how many joyful moments we have every day.

    Give them to God as a bouquet of flowers placed at His feet on that last day, the pages of the life of our book.

    We will want all pages to be done in love, all for the honor and glory of God.

    We should pray the prayer from Jesus before His bitter passion.

John 17: 22

I have given them the glory
   you gave to me,
that they may be one as we are one.

John 17: 11

I am no longer in the world, but they are in the world,
and I am coming to you.
Holy Father,
keep those you have given me
    true to your name,
so that they may be one like us.

May 29, 2000 continues ~

    Jesus' Heart is on fire for love of us.

    God the Father loves us so much, give Him the moments of our lives as a sacrifice.


    Our prayers are answered. We must pray from the depth of our hearts. Giving ourselves in consecration to Jesus, consecrating our hearts to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

    Offer sacrifice.

    Put the flowers as gifts beneath the throne of God.

    Plead and beg for souls.

    Offer sacrifice. Be united as a body.

    And the bell tolls.

    Do you hear the bells toll?

    As I drove away it was 9:30.

    The moments of our lives we cannot live again.

    We are here to love and honor God and to serve Him, to prepare ourselves for the life hereafter and to help others get there.

    He is the Son of God.

    He showed us how to be children of the Father.

    He laid down His life for His flock.

    He is the Good Shepherd.

    We lay down our lives in our Morning Offering.

    We lay down our lives and unite to the perfect Sacrifice of the Savior.

    The moments go by with such swiftness and now here is the day, the kids are grown, the grandchildren have come, and we still say, "TOMORROW I will be about my union with God."

    All the precious moments that could have been united as a sacrifice for special grace for ourselves and others.

    When He was here on earth, He merited grace by His life and death.

    We need to tap into this grace our Divine Savior came to earth to gain for us.

    We must tap into this sacrifice.



    The moments of our lives tick away. There are millions of souls in nursing homes that could be offering up their lives for souls. We have to unite ourselves and reach them, all the souls that will hear us and unite to this Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. He is the Head, we are the members of His body, the Church. We must be united in the Mass, praying every moment together, being one in Him in this Holy Sacrifice so that great grace will be released.

    All our most difficult trials, when we endure them with love, can help to bring down great grace.

    The moment is now.

    The bell is tolling.

    I can only live in this moment.

    I must unite it to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, praying for souls.


Through Him, With Him and In Him


    This is the message of the Second Mass Book.

    How do the pages of your book appear, the pages that are being recorded whether we write about it or not?




    Do they all carry a smiley face because we carried the cross with Jesus?

    Every moment, whether of joy or suffering, can be a moment of grace being released for our needs, for the salvation of souls, to make reparation to God, to honor and love Him and obey Him.

    OUR LIVES ARE INDEED PRECIOUS, every moment, a moment that our Father gave us as a child of God for His honor and glory.

    Alleluia, God, help us unite as a body.

    Alleluia, God, help us to see ourselves all one as the family of the Father with Mary our loving Mother.



~ May 29, 2000 - Second Message ~

    Today when we celebrate and picnic with our family, how will the page of our book look for the Father? Whether we write or not, we lived it as He willed or we lived it against His will.

    Were our moments, moments to give Him honor and glory, to help promote the kingdom, to help save souls and lead others to God? Did the moments help us have a higher place in heaven? Did we mature more in our love relationship with God?

    Here is a basket with flowers.


~ May 29, 2000 - Second Message continues ~

    Our precious moments are to be petals of flowers we give to our Father for that last day.

    Let us record the moments so we can see how the pages of our book are reading. They are being written, whether we write about them or not, and He has them all recorded in our book of life.

    August 8, 1946

    Today is the day I was born into the world.

    What a glorious day it was, for I came and had the opportunity to gain heaven and help others do likewise.

    The bell tolls.

    The long night will soon be over.

    A new spring day buds forth.

    In the fall, the leaves give way to winter and soon we see the days are gone and past. How did we love and serve the Lord?



~ May 29, 2000 - Second Message continues ~

    The trees are barren, the trees are in full bloom - the years go by, the seasons change, a small sore, a big blockage in the heart, soon the long hard nights come to a close and the glory of the long days waited, arrives. God gives His people what is their due.

    How did we love and serve our God? How did we promote the kingdom on earth?

    How did we live?

    How did we follow in the Good Shepherd's footsteps and lay down our lives for our friends?


John 10: 11 - 15

I am the good shepherd:
the good shepherd lays down his life
   for his sheep.
The hired man,
   since he is not the shepherd
and the sheep do not belong to him,
abandons the sheep
as soon as he sees a wolf coming,
   and runs away,
and then the wolf attacks
   and scatters the sheep;
he runs away
   because he is only a hired man
and has no concern for the sheep.
I am the good shepherd;
I know my own
and my own know me,
just as the Father knows me
and I know the Father;
and I lay down my life for my sheep.

The Our Father

Our Father, Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil. Amen.


May 29, 2000

Dear Father,

Today I went shopping,
Today I watched television
all day, today I spent
my moments drinking and looking
for momentary pleasures, today
I focused on how I looked,
what I would wear,
how my house looked,
how much money I made.
Today I had illicit sex.
Today at the picnic I got drunk and
hurt others.
Today all I thought about was myself.


May 29, 2000

Dear Father,

Today I prayed and I asked You to take my life as a sacrifice offered up to You. I had a good day with my family, I did not agree with the things that would offend You, I lived to promote the kingdom.

Today is the day of the Lord.
When I go to bed tonight, I am happy for the moments I had, joy and suffering, for I gave them to You to help me to get to heaven and help other souls to get there, too.

Oh Father, thank You for life.
I love You, I adore, I thank You,
I am Your little child.
Thank You for Mother Mary and for putting her on the window so we can remember her and how much she loves us and cries out to us to help reach her children.

Mother Mary, help us do your work.
Father, I love You.
Help us to spread the rosary so others will pray the prayers to the Father and Mother asking for help.

Our Father Who art in heaven, hallowed be Thy name. Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven. Give us this day our daily bread and forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us. And lead us not into temptation but deliver us from evil. Amen

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed are thou among women and blessed is the Fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of death. Amen.

Glory be to the Father, and to the Son, and to the Holy Spirit. As it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be, world without end.

Thank You, Father,
I love You,
Your child.




end excerpt May 29, 2000 message (from October 9, 2000 Daily Message)



~ August 17, 2000 ~

    To contemplate the miracle of the Eucharist is so pleasing to me and makes me cry. Jesus is truly with us in His Divinity and Humanity.

    I see the great gift in the priest. A human can look down and see bread and through the words of consecration it is changed into the Body of Jesus and he can look at the cup of wine and the wine is changed into the Blood of Jesus through the words of consecration. 

    I cannot say what is in my heart for this great event and to think God in His goodness remains with us truly present through the hands of a man.

    I cannot imagine what it would be like to have that power in my hands and look down at bread, and then there is Jesus' Body; wine, and then there is Christ's Blood.

    I want to ponder this mystery and thank God for this gift of God truly with us in His Divinity and Humanity.

    Oh, my men, do you see the gift given to man, a human person, to consecrate the bread and wine so they become the Body and Blood of Jesus?

    Oh, my men, do you see the sacredness of it all, that a man can forgive sins?

    Oh, do you see how we must pray for our precious priests and why the devil would work to stop men in anyway from following this vocation?

    Oh, my men, it is indeed the most precious gift, this gift of the priesthood, to realize that Jesus Christ is truly present in His Humanity and Divinity after a man, a priest, has said the words of Consecration.

    Oh, my heart is so filled with this great gift of God. I want so much to lie down and worship our God, for He is so good to us, and the priests are so very, very, very important.

    Yesterday at Mass, I watched as a priest looked down after the Consecration. I just gaped with awe and wonder for this mystery and I knew what a gift this was.

    I cannot adequately write about it, it is a mystery and what my heart knows is so deeply embedded in my soul.

    My heart cries to thank God for His goodness and I want to worship and honor Him and be with Him in His Eucharistic presence within me.

    Oh, God, help the schools and the priests to lead men to an appreciation of the Eucharist and our Church.

    We truly are the bride of Jesus.

    I go to the altar of Sacrifice and I receive Him my Divine God, He is my spouse, I am one with Him in this work to help lead souls to heaven, helping in this Act of Redemption.

    My heart is His, my being I give freely, to be used as His messenger for His holy purpose.

    The miracle of the Eucharist is a mystery that we can ponder with such joy. Joy fills our hearts for this treasure. This is a great gift from God.

    The Shepherds of Christ Movement is to help lead men into greater holiness. Jesus wants our hearts more like His. He desires holiness. He wants our hearts pure.

    The Mass is the gift He gives us. He wants us to unite to this sacrifice. Mary takes us to His Eucharistic Heart. The rosary is an aid to help us grow in our spiritual life. It is a tool against Satan, it is the Mother's prayer given to her children to lead them into insight into knowing more the Mystery of God's love through the grace especially given in lights by the Holy Spirit when we pray the rosary. 

    The Movement, Shepherds of Christ, is to help renew the Church and the world. The Movement must be strong, one that will last, made up of apostles, servants, handmaids and future priests, associates and others that act as intercessors praying for the priests, the Church and the world, and living firmly their life of consecration to the Sacred Heart and Immaculate Heart, united to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass at every moment of our lives.

    We want the Movement to be a strong pillar to help the world.

    Jesus is Chief Shepherd of the Flock.

    We are united in this network of prayer, united as one praying united to the Mass.

    We must turn our lives to consecration, we must unite to this great sacrifice of the Mass.

    His plan is perfect. We must unite to the Chief Shepherd.

    Mary leads men to the Eucharistic Heart of her Son Jesus. 

    Jesus is Chief Shepherd of the Flock.





    God loves us so much, we do not fully comprehend how He suffered for the sins of pride and hardness in the hearts of men.

    Jesus was beaten for our sins, crowned with thorns for our lack of love and for the hatred in our hearts.

    Jesus paid the price for our sins and His Heart hurt so much because of His most perfect love. We are responsible for hurting Jesus in the passion when we are haughty and prideful and do not tell the truth and do not forgive.

end excerpt August 17, 2000 message (from October 10, 2000 Daily Message)



~ Newsletter 1998 Issue 5 ~


Mother at Our Side

I am the good shepherd: the good shepherd is one who lays down his life for his sheep. The hired man, since he is not the shepherd and the sheep do not belong to him, abandons the sheep and runs away as soon as he sees a wolf coming, and then the wolf attacks and scatters the sheep; this is because he is only a hired man and has no concern for the sheep. I am the good shepherd; I know my own and my own know me, just as the Father knows me and I know the Father; and I lay down my life for my sheep. (Jn 10:11-151)

Yes, the Good Shepherd has laid down His life for us. As He was near death, an awesome episode in the work of redemption took place: 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 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 moment the disciple made a place for her in his home." (Jn 19:25-27).


    Speaking of Mary, Vatican II tells us: "In an utterly singular way she cooperated by her obedience, faith, hope and burning charity in the Savior's work of restoring supernatural life to souls. For this reason she is a mother to us in the order of grace." 2

    Mary is the Mother of Jesus. She is also our Mother. The above words of Scripture and of the Second Vatican Council attest to this.

    Yes, Jesus has given us Mary as our spiritual Mother. As He hung on the cross, Jesus told John to look upon Mary as his Mother, this John who represented all of us. In His moment of deepest anguish and suffering, Jesus was thinking of us. As the undescribable physical pain racked His body from head to toe, as the unfathomable spiritual anguish penetrated to the depths of His magnificent Heart, Jesus was thinking of us. If we allow this scene to penetrate into our hearts, if we take the time to contemplate the depth of Jesus' and Mary's love for us as their Hearts were pierced with grief, we are truly overwhelmed with the magnificent greatness, sorrow, and tenderness of the scene.

    The fact that Mary is our Mother, the fact that she has such a powerful role to play in our salvation in no way detracts from the mediatorship of Christ. Vatican II states: "The maternal duty of Mary toward men in no way obscures or diminishes this unique mediation of Christ, but rather shows its power. For all the saving influences of the Blessed Virgin on men originate, not from some inner necessity, but from the divine pleasure. They flow forth from the superabundance of the merits of Christ, rest on His mediation, depend entirely on it, and draw all their power from it. In no way do they impede the immediate union of the faithful with Christ. Rather, they foster this union." 3

    In her loving, maternal role, Mary cooperates with the Holy Spirit in forming Christ in us. Pope John Paul II tells us: "The Church knows that 'all the saving influences of the Blessed Virgin on mankind originate... from the divine pleasure...' This saving influence is sustained by the Holy Spirit, Who, just as He overshadowed the Virgin Mary when he began in her the divine motherhood, in a similar way constantly sustains her solicitude for the brothers and sisters of her Son." 4

    Mary, our Mother is ever with us, guiding us, teaching us, caring for us, protecting us, loving us. With her maternal assistance we go to the Father through and with Christ in the Holy Spirit.

    Mary nourishes our growth in Christ with a very tender and specialized love for each of us. She regards each of us as a precious, unique individual. John Paul II again speaks to us: "Of the essence of motherhood is the fact that it concerns the person. Motherhood always establishes a unique and unrepeatable relationship between two people: between mother and child and between child and mother. Even when the same woman is the mother of many children, her personal relationship with each one of them is of the very essence of motherhood. For each child is generated in a unique and unrepeatable way, and this is true both for the mother and for the child." 5

    The Holy Father then applies these ideas to Mary and us: "It can be said that motherhood 'in the order of grace' preserves the analogy with what 'in the order of nature' characterizes the union between mother and child. In the light of this fact it becomes easier to understand why in Christ's testament on Golgotha His Mother's new motherhood is expressed in the singular, in reference to one man." 6

    This is the awesome and consoling truth-you and I are very precious to Mary. She shows us her Heart as a symbol of her life of love, including her most special, unique love for each of us individually. Yes, she loves each of us much more than we can ever fathom. It is our great privilege and responsibility to love her in return. She asks for this love, she asks for our trust, she asks us to come to her maternal and Immaculate Heart, so that she can lead us ever closer to the Heart of her Son, Jesus.

    Are we sorrowful, anxious, troubled? Let us go to Mary our Mother and ask her to console us. Let us ask her for the grace to handle our sorrow, our anxieties, our troubles properly-according to God's will. In this way our suffering will bring us closer to Christ as it simultaneously allows us to contribute to the ongoing Christianization of the world.

    Are we especially joyful, happy, basking in the glow of a goal successfully accomplished? Let us go to Mary and ask her to help us handle our joy, our happiness, our success as God intends. Let us petition her not to allow our joy to make us forgetful of God, our God Who is the source of all true joy, success and happiness.

    Yes, Mary invites us to come to her in all circumstances-whether it be in joy or sorrow, success or failure, laughter or tears. Mary wants us to share in her maternal wisdom so that we may understand how to use our various experiences to come closer to God in Christ. Sharing our lives with Mary in this fashion, and on a consistent basis, requires that we love her, that we trust her, that we surrender ourselves to her maternal love.

    Help us, Mother Mary, to probe ever more deeply into the depths of your love for us. Help us to realize more and more that to be loved by you is to experience a sweetness, a warmth, a tenderness, a serenity, a security, which makes us cry out, "O Mother, how good and loving you are!"


1. Scriptural quotations are taken from The Jerusalem Bible, Doubleday & Co. 
2. The Documents of Vatican II, "Dogmatic Constitution on the Church", America Press edition, no. 61 
3. Ibid., No. 45. 
4. Pope John Paul II, Encyclical Letter, The Mother of the Redeemer, United States Catholic Conference, No. 38. 
5. Ibid., No. 45. 
6. Ibid., No. 45. 

end excerpt from Newsletter - 1998 Issue 5 (from October 10, 2000 Daily Message)



~ Newsletter 1998 Issue 5 ~


Mural over Altar in China, Indiana

The Eucharist

  • Pope John Paul II reminds us: "The Eucharist is above all else a sacrifice. It is the sacrifice of the Redemption and also the sacrifice of the New Covenant...

    "It is therefore very opportune and necessary to continue to actuate a new and intense education, in order to discover all the richness contained in the new liturgy. Indeed, the liturgical renewal that has taken place since the Second Vatican Council has given, so to speak, greater visibility to the Eucharistic Sacrifice. One factor contributing to this is that the words of the Eucharistic Prayer are said aloud by the celebrant, particularly the words of consecration, with the acclamation by the assembly immediately after the elevation.

    "All this should fill us with joy, but we should also remember that these changes demand new spiritual awareness and maturity, both on the part of the celebrant-especially now that he celebrates 'facing the people'-and by the faithful. Eucharistic worship matures and grows when the words of the Eucharistic Prayer, especially the words of consecration, are spoken with great humility and simplicity, in a worthy and fitting way, which is understandable and in keeping with their holiness; when this essential act of the Eucharistic Liturgy is performed unhurriedly; and when it brings about in us such recollection and devotion that the participants become aware of the greatness of the mystery being accomplished and show it by their attitude." 7


7. Pope John Paul II, Letter, The Mystery and Worship of the Eucharist, Pauline Books and Media, No. 9. 
8. Robert M. Schwartz, Servant Leaders of the People of God, Paulist, p. 154.

end second excerpt from Newsletter - 1998 Issue 5 (October 10, 2000  Daily Message)



~ January 3, 2000 ~






    Yes, He is alive. He is not a textbook Jesus, He wants a real loving relationship with us His body, the spouse of Christ.

    The role of the handmaids and servants and all of us in the Shepherds of Christ is to live this life of union with Him, pleading and begging as His spouse for the souls, pleading and begging for grace and mercy for the priests, the Church and the world.

    Be with Jesus in the garden and know more fully about the souls that would go to the eternal fires of hell and be damned forever despite His life given as a sacrifice. His anguish was so great He sweat blood.

end excerpt from January 3, 2000 (from October 10, 2000 Daily Message)



 Messenger: We do not have funds for rosary beads for rosary makers. 
                    Please help us.

                   We desperately need funds.

                    Pray for 2 urgent intentions


Messenger: Jesus asks us to pray for special things.
  Spread the Blood of Jesus, Consecrate their hearts,
                Cast the Devil far away, ask for the coming of the Holy

                1)  Pray for urgent intention, a special priest 
                      and all involved.
                2)  Pray for Father Mike and Father Laurentin.
                3)  Pray for special Bishops and Archbishops
                4)  Pray for a special man and son,
                     and family and all involved.
                5)  Pray for all priests, Bishops and Cardinals
                     receiving the Newsletter.
                     Pray for grace for them to respond especially
                     by beginning prayer chapters.
                6)  Pray for the telephone operators.
                7)  Pray for communication and business in
                8)  Pray for people to respond to fund letters.
                9)  Pray for money to circulate pictures.

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               10)  Pray for funds and grace.
              11)  Pray for all Shepherds of Christ apostles,
                     handmaids, servants.
              12)  Pray for availability Prayer manuals.
              13)  Pray for second priestly Newsletter Book.
              14)  Pray for documentary and all involved.
              15) Pray for special intentions of our donors.




          I am but a little speck on this earth,
                 but with His might He can use me
                 to spread the devotion to His
                 Most Sacred Heart.

          Oh dear and precious Heart of Jesus
                 I give myself as completely as
                 possible to Thee so you will use
                 me to spread the devotion to the
                 ends of the earth for Your most
              precious Heart.

          I am Rita your precious soul.

          Use me to help to spread this burning
               devotion to the souls of this earth.

          I am yours, take me, use me as you

           I surrender myself to you.

          It is your might behind me, your power
                 that sends me. I am an Apostle of
                 the Sacred Heart of Jesus. I give
                 myself as completely as possible to

          Sacred Heart of Jesus I place my
                 trust in Thee.

          Father hear us please. We beg through
                the  intercession of Father Carter
                and Our Lady of Clearwater that 
                prayer chapters are started all over
                the world and the Priestly Newsletter
                gets there immediately with the
                Prayer Manual.



A Note from the President of Shepherds of Christ:

If you are devoted to Our Lady's rosary, we need your help! A member of our ministry is very devoted to Our Blessed Mother and he is helping to teach us how to grow our volunteer rosary makers. He estimates that we will need approximately $37,000 this year for beads alone! This translates into 22,339,500 rosary beads (yes, 22 million beads) assembled by volunteers into 378 thousand rosaries. The biggest users of our rosaries are the Catholic schools, who requested more than 100,000 rosaries last year.

Can you help us? I appeal to you for funds, whether large or small. We give because we love God, we love our Blessed Mother, and we love souls. We will accept gifts in many forms, besides cash or check donations, we can receive gifts directly in the form of stocks or property. These gifts can offer large tax advantages to the donor and increase the monetary value of the gift to us. Also if you can help assemble rosaries we need your help! If you can help us in anyway, please call or write us. God Bless!

I love you,
John Weickert




A rosary can be used to pray for healing. It is powerful to unite our prayers to the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and pray through the powerful intercession of Our Lady of Clearwater.

In times of trouble, for special prayer, we can use our rosary and pray as follows.

A Rosary for Healing or for Someone with Cancer.

On one Hail Mary bead or as many as you desire, say: 

May God heal                     through the intercession of Our Lady of Clearwater in union with the Mass and all the Masses being celebrated around the world.

Pray the Hail Mary or Hail Mary's then pray this after the Hail Mary.

May the cancer be uprooted and thrown into the sea.

We believe with all our hearts.

After the Glory Be — pray the following petition.

May                     be healed through the intercession of Our Lady of Clearwater if it be the holy will of God.

Note: You can look at Mary on the image rosary while you pray this rosary.

Note: The above section can be printed out from a PDF file, and you can pray the rosary looking at the pictures.


December 17, 2000, Mary speaks:

Help me to circulate my red and blue
    Rosary Books and the
    prayers my Son gives to you.

This is a gift we give you.
All the revelations are gifts given to you.
My Son is the Light of the World.
He is Jesus born in a stable.
Will you help me?
He is the Light of the World. Help me, help me
    reach my children of the world.

To order your Rosary Book fill out this form and send your donation to Shepherds of Christ Ministries, PO Box 193, Morrow, Ohio 45152-0193, Telephone: (toll free) 1-888-211-3041 or (513) 932-4451.

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Messenger: Pray for Ron, Fernando and Perry.


Prayer List for apostles for interior use in the Movement. Pray hourly.

Spread the Blood of Jesus on everyone involved with Shepherds of Christ in any way, consecrate their hearts, cast the devil out, pray for coming of the Holy Spirit in a special way for all people involved on this list.

Please pray for one new very important intention.
Pray for the 5 urgent intentions.
Pray for the Pope and everyone we need to help us.
* Pray for the priestly newsletter, for funds for it and for all involved.
Pray for the taping of the priestly newsletter.
Pray for the reproduction of disks.
Pray for the Newsletter that went from China and Eden Prairie.
Pray for priests receiving the Newsletter for grace.
Pray for fund letters, all donors, and getting the right names. 
Pray for setting up telephone communications at the Morrow Center for priests receiving the newsletter and wanting the Prayer Manuals.
Pray for open communications within the Shepherds of Christ Ministries.
Consecrate Hearts of all Priests in the world saying Mass today.
Pray to see the vision of the Reign of the Sacred Heart and the Era of Peace.
Pray for the prison ministry.
Pray for Michael B.
Pray for the Documentary.
Pray for all mankind, Church and the world.
Pray to make amends to God for the sins of the men of this earth.
Pray to make reparation to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
Pray for Don, Don, Mike, Bob, Bob, Dave, Reggie, Bush, all donors and those who Jesus wants to help us financially.
Pray for Father Carter and the Jesuits, the people at Colombiere.
* Pray for 2 special priests.
* Pray for funds and grace.
Pray for designated priests, Fr. Mike, Fr. Laurentin, Fr. Joe, Fr. Lou B., Fr. Jim, Fr. Willig, Fr. Smith, Fr. Ken, Fr. Sevilla and all priests involved in the Imprimaturs translations including all bishops and all bishops over us. Pray for Bishop Ed, Fr. Don, Father at Tuesday Masses, Fr. Tom, Fr. Bill, all priests involved with Walter, Fr. Hagee and special priests, priests who help us in China, and priests who help us in Florida.
Pray for Father's sister Merle, for all of us servants, handmaids, apostles and vocations to all 7 categories.
Pray for the Internet team and the daily messages.
Pray for people reading the Internet.
Pray for prayer book, Mass Book II, and Daily Message Books.
Pray for all covers, pray for Cathy.
Pray for the elected officials.
Pray for an audience with the Pope.
Pray for all Jesuits involved, all those over us.
Pray for Mike and Dan.
Pray for the rights to the books, pray for Jesuits in Father's house.
Pray for the process of getting Father's books on the Internet.
Pray for money to reprint the books.
Pray for the Imprimatur on the Priestly Newsletter Book II.
Pray we can send it to all bishops and Jesuits.
Pray for Fernando, Ron, Joseph, Peter, Ed, Jane, Sonia, Don, Sue & Ken.
Pray for Perry and family and discernment.
Pray for all sub-centers and all out-of-state rosaries; Denver, Iowa, Pennsylvania, Toledo, St. Louis, Memphis and California.
Pray for the sisters' mailing, nursing home mailing, bus mailing.
Pray for Genevieve's daughter and Sheila's mom and the repose of the soul of Jerry's dad.
Pray for Paul and Joan discernment.
Pray for B & M and Tina and Terry, all printing jobs, companies involved.
Pray for 5th, the 13th, the 17th.
Pray hourly for the Rosary on the 5th & all attending and those traveling to Florida.
Pray for building up of Morrow, Ohio, Dale, Indiana, Toledo, Ohio, Sidney, Ohio, Iowa, and other sub-centers.
Pray for the Holy Spirit Center and all involved.
Pray for all our families, children in school, college mailing.
Pray for lots and lots of people to help us get prayer manuals and pictures.
Pray for Rosary Factory and rosary beads.
Pray for lots of rosary makers and rosaries for the schools.
Pray for Paul C., Margaret Mary, Steve and Sheila, Monica, Angie, Marian, Cathy, Joe, Nick, Mary, Emily, Joe, Doris, Glaci, Dunkers, Joan R., Morgan, Mark, Walter, Janice, Mike A., Margaret, Ron, Harold, Scott, Nathan, Don,  Rosalie, and Dennis.
Pray for everyone who has asked us to pray for them.
Pray for Steve and Sheila and repairs.
Pray for Fred doing the paper and all involved in priestly "start-up".
Please pray for all Shepherds of Christ children.
Pray for Victor's son, Michael. (Victor and Frances)
Pray for Delores and organization of writings and other material.

Last revised March 7, 2001


(Please copy and pass out to family and friends.)


I _________________ give my heart to
You Jesus and Mary on this day
I promise to help spread the devotion to
the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.



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