(Say for nine consecutive days) Saint Michael the Archangel, loyal champion of God and His Catholic people, I turn to thee with confidence and seek thy powerful intercession. For the love of God, Who hast made thee so glorious in grace and power, and for the love of the Mother of Jesus, the Queen of… Read more »
Posts By: Alicia
There is a line in the original prayer to St. Michael the archangel that states, “…and cast into eternal perdition souls destined for the crown of eternal glory..” This line has been stuck in my head for a few weeks. As I paid attention to the line, it hit me…souls, PEOPLE who were meant for GLORY had been lost, TAKEN AWAY by satan, through his lies. Lies which were embraced by those people who were destined for Glory, do they know what they lost just by giving in?
Being hit by questions, my direction, satan calling me…in a soft whisper…cunning in his words…simple and perceived honest.
Getting ready to walk in honor of our “angel” children and not feeling it. I have noticed a hard hit on my spiritual and physical well-being. I seem to struggle even more as it gets closer and this year has been somewhat more difficult. The bombardment has been strange…I mean at first I could see… Read more »
Sometimes it is hard to be open to the works of God. We have to be sure of each of our actions and be prepared to defend them to all those around us. Defend ourselves…the very people God made us to be…must be changed consistently to meet approval or live in disapproval. Learning to live… Read more »
Good day dear friends and I say that in the most sincerest way. I had the greatest experience today, it wasn’t anything epoch or life changing, it was just a sweet reminder of God’s grace. I haven’t been feeling very well for the past several weeks (having spent a time in the ER), my… Read more »
Words for you, what will you do with the words? Words can be empty, Words can be hurtful, Words can be hateful. Words can be full, Words can be beautiful, Words can be joy. Taking the time to get our thoughts and words together will bring us greater achievement than simply saying what comes to… Read more »
Ninth Day “Mary Immaculate, the ever-virgin Mother of God, having finished the course of her earthly life, was assumed body and soul into heavenly glory.” (Pius XII, November, 1950) After the death of her Son, Jesus, Mary took care of the apostles, especially St. John, the youngest. She accompanied them with her prayers, good example… Read more »
Eighth Day “All these were constantly devoting themselves to prayer, together with certain women, including Mary the mother of Jesus, as well as his brothers.” (Acts 1:14) It is clear that we have to consider and follow Mary as our model. She is the most holy Virgin, the co-redemptrix and the Queen of Apostles. She… Read more »
Seventh Day “When Jesus saw his mother and the disciple whom he loved standing beside her, he said to his mother, ‘Woman, here is your son’. Then he said to the disciple, ‘Here is your mother’.” (Jn 19:26-27)When human perversity had reached its height and had brought about the death of our Lord, when the… Read more »