NOTICE: I am a practicing Catholic, active and in good-standing with my local diocese, who professes faith and loyalty to the Church. This ministry - my "little work" - is strictly a personal expression of that faith and loyalty, and not an officially recognized ministry in the Diocese of Honolulu.
~ Peter, Ministry Administrator
Saturday, July 25, 2015
Monday, July 13, 2015
From the start of the program, I had a strong sense there was a genuine interest and sincere devotion to Our Lady in my audience members; that the divine message delivered by the Blessed Mother in Montichiari (Italy) would find receptive, fertile soil tonight in the hearts of the people. This was confirmed during the Rosary Prayer when fine silver flakes of escarchas began manifesting on the wooden floor boards, and then on some of the prayer participants. It was apparent that we were being granted a special sign of Our Lady's presence, as there was nothing around us that had any type of man-made glitter on it.
At first only a few sparkles were seen, here and there, in a certain area on the floor... but then at one point, the escarchas appeared to multiply all over the floor and some people even used scotch tape to collect them! It was simply amazing... and I knew it was the Blessed Virgin's way of putting emphasis on the Rosa Mystica message that was just relayed to the people... and to also let us all know that she was highly pleased that we had prayed and honored her tonight under her Mystical Rose title.
And so the night ended with lots of joy and excitement amongst us because of the wonderful sign we were privileged to witness, via the appearance of the escarchas; Our Lady, I'm sure, gained several new advocates for her Montichiari-Fontanelle messages... and I left the Cobb-Adams Home content and with deep gratitude towards the family (and the Lord) for the delicious meal, and for the warm Christian Fellowship we shared. Again, God is good!
"Thank you again, Peter. A lot of comments saying they loved your presentation and it inspires them to want to pray more for priests and religious, and know more about our Blessed Mother. God bless you, Peter!"
Saturday, July 4, 2015
|A rare relic of Bl. Peter: leather
from a belt he wore when he died.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
When Veronica was elected Abbess in 1716, her governance was marked with prudence and practicality. She was an ideal example of virtue and self-sacrifice for her spiritual-daughters to emulate, but also skillfully negotiated renovations to the monastery to improve their living conditions (e.g. had plumbing installed to pipe in water). Her rich mystical life in no way interfered with her administrative duties as Superior.