GOD THE FATHER (2010-2013)

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“I want everyone to venerate My Divine Heart, because it is the Heart of a Father who loves His children with Infinite Love. Anyone who adores My Divine Heart atones for a multitude of sins. Console My Divine Heart and repair from your hearts (…) In this manner, peace – My Peace – will come on earth. Joy, Happiness, and Love will reign in the world once more.”

“My Divine Heart is the Heart of a Father Who loves His children to folly (…) a refuge for all men to come and rest in It, as a haven from the cares and burdens of the world (…) I desire to be loved, honored, worshipped, and venerated by all My children (…) Do not deny your Father this plea. I will accept anyone who comes to Me with a sincere heart.”

“This Devotion is in atonement for all the blasphemies committed against My Divine Heart (…) Many of the consequences of the Chastisement can be averted if (…you) pray sincerely and honestly to My Divine Heart. Whoever devoutly worships My Divine Heart pays Me homage, reparation for the tremendous agony and sorrow that I endure from My creation, due to the multitude of its sins. True reparation calms My Wrath and consoles My wounded Heart (…) Anyone who genuinely loves Me will console Me, otherwise he will be responsible for having let the fullness of My Wrath fall upon mankind.”

Note: The diptych, ecumenical, revealed icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts was written by Fr. Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A., according to the original pencil drawing of the Divine Heart. After completion, the icon was kept on the altar in the chapel of Saint Thomas of Villanova Friary (USA) for many liturgies. The icon was blessed by Fr. Cannuli both with a regular blessing and the Holy Eucharist. Presently, the icon of the Divine Heart is in S. Europe.

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Are the Orthodox part of the Roman Catholics in the Book of Revelation?

The question was asked, “Are the Orthodox part of the Roman Catholics in the Book of Revelation?” In brief, the answer is a resounding “yes, of course!” I was surprised when I found the above question because the Book of Revelation does not pertain to a single denomination, no matter how much various denominations of one stripe or another may desire to hijack this part of Scripture – indeed, any part of Scripture, if we come to that – to accomodate their self-serving, self-righteous agendas. It is also not non-denominational as the term is currently understood, to be crystal clear.

What is presently happening in our world is a sifting – of those who truly desire the Triune (more…)

Is the divine light God? – Response to a question

The question has been repeatedly asked, “Is the divine light God?” The short answer is that the divine light is part of the very presence of God and coming from Him. It is the light emanating from the core of the Father’s Divine Heart.  An example of the divine light is that specific light which appeared on Mount Tabor during the Transfiguration of Jesus Christ.

Pray for grace as nothing else will suffice

For those who do not pray, do not pray enough, or those who pray but have so far neglected to ask for specific graces in these and upcoming times: pray! Pray with the entirety of your beings and ask God our Father unreservedly for all the graces needed to remain faithful to Him to the end, because each and every one of us, without exception, is going to be tested as we have never been before; as we cannot even begin to conceive in our wildest imaginations. What is coming is fearsome and those who not pray will not make it through, because only Our Father’s grace will be capable of pulling us through the near future. Nothing else will suffice, no matter how many may think otherwise, because this is going to be a time like none other that has ever come before.

The Fifth and Sixth Seal of Revelation in the prophecies of Isaiah

(1) “You have rejected Your people, the House of Jacob, for it has long been full of sorcerers like the Philistines, and is overrun with foreigners. The country is full of silver and gold and treasures unlimited, the country is full of horses, its chariots are unlimited; the country is full of idols. They bow down before the work of their hands, before what their own fingers have made. Human nature has been humbled, humankind brought low: do not raise them again! Go into the rock, hide in the dust, in terror of Yahweh, at the brilliance of His majesty, when He arises to make the earth quake. Human pride will lower its eyes, human arrogance will be humbled, and Yahweh alone will be exalted on that day.” (more…)

Votive Mass of the Divine Heart of God the Father: Texts and Lectionary

For priests who may want it and do not have the book, may be unable to obtain it, or need extra copies, here (click on the link) is the complete Votive Mass of the Divine Heart of God the Father: Texts and Lectionary. Please feel free to print out and use as needed.

The Votive Mass of the Divine Heart of God the Father comprises selections from the Roman Missal, 3rd Typical Edition and Mass Lectionaries (Vols. I & II), 2nd Typical Edition, for use in the Dioceses of the United States of America. This Votive Mass, with its accompanying Lectionary, is offered as a convenience to those private persons who wish to celebrate this temporary Votive Mass with suggested readings. Publication of this particular Texts and Lectionary of the Divine Heart of the Father constitutes a first in the history of the universal Church.

The Mass of the Divine Heart is composed of authorized Mass texts, with several options for each text and the Consecration (Seal) Prayer to the Father, all of which have been selected specifically to express the love of God the Father for humanity. It is hoped that through this Votive Mass, which was ultimately the work of the Father, His Divine Heart and universal Fatherhood will be celebrated everywhere in the world, in accordance with the deepest desire of His Divine Heart.

The Fifth and Sixth Seals of Revelation in the Book of Joel

(1) “Listen to this, you elders; everybody in the country, attend! Has anything like this ever happened in your day or in your ancestors’ days? Tell your children about it and let your children tell their children, and their children the next generation! What the nibbler has left, the grown locust has eaten, what the grown locust has left, the hopper has eaten; and what the hopper has left, the shearer has eaten. Wake up, you drunkards, and weep! All you wine-bibbers, (more…)

The Fifth Seal of Revelation

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1) “Lift Your footsteps to wreak eternal ruin, to avenge everything that the enemy has harmed in the Sanctuary. Your enemies have roared amidst Your meeting place; they made their signs for signs. They fixed their emblems over the entrance, emblems never known before. Their axes deep in the wood, hacking at the panels, they battered them down with axe and pick. They have sent Your Sanctuary

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Can the proud abandon themselves to the Father?

The question was asked, “Can the proud truly abandon themselves to the providence of the Father?” At face value, the answer would be in the negative, but there are many aspects to this question which cannot be addressed here. In brief, the proud can end up abandoning themselves to God our Father’s providence, after He has deigned to grant them the grace of being humbled, the grace of acceptance of his grace and the grace of trust.

On God the Father – 2 – Why He made us

“Precisely because He is a Father and has a Son from eternity, God created a category of beings toward whom He could show a love like the one that exists between Him and His Son. He created beings whom He could raise up to love the Father as the Son does, to love the Son as a brother, and to love each other as brethren” (D. Staniloae, 2012, The Holy Trinity: In the beginning there was love, p. 39).

On God the Father – 1

“Being only Father, and the Father of an only Son, He wants us to think of Him only as united with the Son. He wants nothing but to have the Son with Him, in all His thoughts and feelings, in His whole existence. He does not want to feel alone in His divinity, and for this very reason He maintains His quality as Father, distinct from the Son, because He alone has the Son and only one Son” (D. Staniloae, 2012, The Holy Trinity: In the beginning there was love, p. 23).

For the people – The desert

“Now a great sign appeared in heaven: a woman, adorned with the sun, standing on the moon, and with the twelve stars on her head for a crown. She was pregnant and in labour, crying aloud in the pangs of childbirth. Then a second sign appeared in the sky, a huge red dragon which had seven heads and ten horns, and each of the seven heads crowned with a coronet. Its tail dragged a third of the stars from the sky and dropped them to the earth, and the dragon stopped in front of the woman as she was having the child, so that he could eat it as soon as it was born from its mother.  (more…)

The Icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father – 25

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Reblogged In response to arising questions.

Originally posted on THE DIVINE HEART OF GOD THE FATHER:

The Icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father: Part 5 – Brief Overview of the Theology of the Icon of the Divine Heart

It is beyond the scope of this work to enter fully into the theology of the ecumenical icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts, given its multiple levels of meaning

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Where in Scripture is the Heart of the Father? – Response to a question

Originally posted on THE DIVINE HEART OF GOD THE FATHER:

The question was posed, “Where in Scripture does it talk about the Heart of the Father?” The answer was already posted early last year, so it is herewith reposted as follows:

The Heart of God the Father in Christianity is indicated by 27 specific references in Sacred Scripture (Bartolo-Abela, 2012), with 26 of these references being in the Old Testament whereas one of the references in in the New Testament (Bovenmars, 1991). Many of these references exist in all three major sources of Scripture as shown below: namely, the Septuagint (LXX), the Masoretic text and the Latin Vulgate. A few of the references could be considered 

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Why an icon not a painting?

“The wider significance of the events portrayed [in the icon] has to be worked out in the soul of those who behold the icon; what the icon represents may have been manifested at a precise point in time and space, but its fuller significance is found in the inner world where the true work of purification, illumination and union have to be accomplished” (Fr. John Baggley, 1987, Doors of perception: Icons and their spiritual significance, p. 82).

More about why it was an icon, not a painting, that was requested by God the Father for consecration and veneration can be found here.

For the Church – 3

“Go and stand at the gate of the Temple of Yahweh and there proclaim this message. Say, “Listen to the word of Yahweh, all you men of Judah who come in by these gates to worship Yahweh. Yahweh Sabaoth, the God of Israel, says this: Amend your behaviour and your actions and I will stay with you here in this place. Put no trust in delusive words like these: This is the sanctuary of Yahweh, the sanctuary of Yahweh, the sanctuary of Yahweh! But if you do amend your behaviour and your actions, if you treat each other fairly, (more…)