|Sacred Relics of the three Fatima
Seers & Bl. Alexandrina Maria Da
Costa grace the display altar.
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, May 27, 2017
Thursday, May 25, 2017
Thursday, May 18, 2017
In this latest manifestation, me and a dear sister-in-Christ - Dre (the leader of our Mililani Fatima Prayer Group) - had just finished a rather heavy discussion about a certain spiritual topic when, not long afterwards, I mysteriously heard a deep male voice say to me, "Take a picture... my mother is in that cloud."
I looked up at the blue afternoon sky and did see a large, wispy cloud in my field of vision that didn't impress me as anything unusual... but I snapped a couple of pictures, anyway, using my cellphone. It was only after I looked at the resulting photos that I recognized an image of our Blessed Mother and the Christ Child, formed in the cloud (see below). Dre immediately discerned the images, too, after I showed it to her. Needless to say, we were both amazed.
I'm sure there are readers who'll say there's nothing in the photo but just a few random clouds; an opinion that I completely appreciate... but I took the liberty of outlining the holy figures, as I and my friends clearly see them, in the images shown below.
Saturday, May 6, 2017
Monday, May 1, 2017
~ Words of Bl. Rolando
To understand a bit more about what led up to this young man's martyrdom, it's necessary to learn some of the history of his time and place. At the time Rolando was a seminarian, the end of World War II was right around the corner. In Italy, the Fascist dictator Benito Mussolini, who was allied with the Nazis, had just been removed from power by Allied Forces in 1943, which then triggered the Germans to seize control of certain areas of the country. In turn, Italian militant resistance groups called "partisans" were formed, which included many Communists, who hoped to fill the governmental vacuum left by Mussolini and the Nazis once the civil unrest was over.