Reflection – Place God in the First Place

July 5, 2019 – “In this time I especially desire to call you to decide for God. Place God in your lives, in your families, in the first place. In these days that are passing in this world of materialism and everything that distances you from my Son, decide for me! Live my messages! I… Continue reading Reflection – Place God in the First Place

Reflection – “I Know You Are Crying Out For My Son…”

April 2, 2019 –“Dear children, as a mother who knows her children, I know that you are crying out for my Son. I know that you are crying out for truth, for peace, for that which is pure and not deceptive. That is why I, as a mother, through the love of God, am addressing… Continue reading Reflection – “I Know You Are Crying Out For My Son…”

Reflection – Silence and Suffering

January 2, 2019 – “…But my motherly heart knows that there are still those who believe and love, who are seeking how to draw all the closer to my Son, who are tirelessly seeking my Son – then, in this way, they are also seeking me. These are the humble and the meek with their… Continue reading Reflection – Silence and Suffering

Unplug for God and Find Joy in Silence

Great post written by Paul Oakes from Catholic Stand I feel worth sharing…. (via Catholic Stand & Written by Paul Oakes) An old proverb says silence is golden. Whoever came up with that proverb was on to something. Today, I went to a popular fast food sandwich chain restaurant for lunch. While waiting in line… Continue reading Unplug for God and Find Joy in Silence

Cardinal Sarah: To Meet God We Need Silence

(via Catholic News Agency) At a presentation for his new book on Wednesday, Cardinal Robert Sarah said that not only does the Church need silence, but the act of being in silence and of listening to God is efficient, in its own way. “We have seen we must talk, we must do something, we must… Continue reading Cardinal Sarah: To Meet God We Need Silence

The Sound of Silence

There’s a whole lot of noise out there in the world, always something looking to hold our attention hostage. A lot of it is our responsibilities, which we can’t help, like work, studies, and family. But then there’s everything else. The stuff that doesn’t really matter yet it captivates our attentions anyway, sometimes for hours… Continue reading The Sound of Silence