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
Thursday, July 25, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
- Words of Our Lady
of Medjugorje, 7/25/2014
Monday, July 1, 2019
+ Allow Jesus to mystically live his Divine Life in us by invoking his Divine Will to infuse each and everyone of our actions; thus, elevating our acts from a mere human level to that of the Divine.
+ Bring to fulfillment the words of the Lord's Prayer: "... Thy Kingdom come, Thy Will be done on earth as it is in Heaven."
Until the day she died, Luisa's long life - at least on the exterior - was routine and uneventful. She tried to enter a cloistered convent but her effort was sabotaged by her own mother so she remained at home - virtually a prisoner in her room - where she did lace work to earn a modest income; prayed; suffered in reparation for sins; put into writing her daily experiences, revelations, and insights into Divine Will; and conversed with a small circle of trusted family and friends, including prominent prelates who sought her counsel. Her life was a literal fulfillment of words once spoken to her by Jesus:
Servant of God, Luisa Piccarreta
O Most Holy Trinity, Our Lord Jesus Christ taught us that as we pray, we should ask that our Father’s Name be always glorified, that His Will be done on earth, and that His Kingdom should come to reign among us.
In our great desire to make known this Kingdom of love, justice, and peace, we humbly ask that You glorify Your Servant, LUISA PICCARRETA, the little daughter of the Divine Will, who, with her constant prayer and suffering, deeply yearned for the salvation of souls and the coming of God’s Kingdom in the world.
Following her example, we pray to You, Father, Son, and Holy Spirit, to help us joyously embrace the crosses of this world, so that we may also glorify Your Name and enter into the Kingdom of Your Will. Amen.
[Conclude with an Our Father, Hail Mary, & Glory Be prayers]
Curia of the Archdiocese
Solemnity of Christ the King
20 November, 1994