The question was asked, “What happens after you say the Consecration Prayer?” The answer is simple. If you said the Consecration Prayer with genuineness and true intent of heart and mind, it means that now you belong to God our Father through your own free will choice. You have returned to Him. You are His as His child, now taken to His bosom, and He will not allow anyone to snatch you away from Him as long as you yourself desire it, for He will never override your will. It also means that you will receive His Fatherly Seal (Rv 3:10-12) – more graces to not lose your immortal soul for eternity in what is coming. It does not mean that you will not suffer in what is to come.
The question was asked, “How many times can you say the Consecration Prayer?” The answer is simple: as many times as you wish. However, once is enough. God our Father has made things very easy for those who desire to belong to Him or to return to Him. It is not a matter of how many times the prayer is said, but whether it is said with genuineness and sincerity of heart in relation to intention.
Below you can find the consecration prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father (shown above) translated by a priest into Latin, the official language of the Western Rite of the Catholic Church. The Latin translation of the prayer is also available for download from here: Consecration to the Divine Heart in Latin.
Cor Divinum Dei Patris Cingens Corda Omnium Hominum – Caritas Infinita
Consacratio Cordi Divino Patris
Pater Caelestis, Fons Vitae, Caritatis, Beatitudinis aeternae, donum vitae ipsae pretiosum nobis tribuisti. Pater Caelestis, noli nos permittere, quaesumus, hunc donum praesumere. Ad sanctitatem nos etiam vocasti. Per Jesum, cum Jesu, et in Jesu Christo, vivere in Divina Familia Tua nos vocasti. In Beneficentia Tua, quaesumus, ut concedas nobis omnes gratias necessarias vivere secundum Divinum Voluntatem Tuam, et Tibi offere unisquibusque momentis plenitudinem gratitudinis nostrae, et cultus, et supplicationis. Tibi consecramus nosmetipsos, quasi liberos prodigos redirendos Patri qui nos diliget. Nos accipe. Anulo regalo digitum nostrum circumda. Et veste purpurata nos tege. Et ad festivitatem, dapem, paratam omnibus liberis fidelibus nos praepara. Amen.
The need is here for individuals – on their own, and in their families and communities – and for the whole world to re-consecrate itself to God our Father, so that evil, which is becoming increasingly manifest each day, will be vanquished and peace can come on earth. Two thousand and fifteen years after Jesus Christ, the only begotten Son of the one and only Father, came into the world, the latter has become pagan once again. The world, in fact, is in an even worse situation than it was originally, because denial and ignorance of the good cannot be claimed any longer.
We are human beings. Yet, we were made by spirits, for spirits, so that They could live in us, in each one of us, in the heart of our souls. But there are two types of spirits: the good spirits and the evil spirits, something many still confuse in this day and age by thinking all spirits are the same or are all benevolent and desire our good. Not so.
The good spirits are God the Father, God the Son – Jesus Christ, and God the Holy Spirit – the Most Holy Trinity. The Father and the Spirit never became incarnate; They remained spirits. And even though Christ became incarnate and took on the flesh of man, He too is in His own right and in one of His natures a Spirit. They dearly wish to come and live in us, bringing joy, love, happiness and peace with Them. But unlike the evil spirits who have respect for no one and hatred for everyone, They will not override our will and shall not come to live in us and with us uninvited. We have to invite Them – something that is only just, considering the endless times They have invited us to live in Them and with Them, and we have turned a deaf ear to Their pleas.
Shall we, therefore, return to goodness, to love, to peace, to joy, to reason, to sanity by returning to God through re-consecration to Him? It is insufficient at this point in time to do anything less, because many if not most of us have become desecrated through our own will, by our sins of commission and omission. And God will not live where the darkness of sin resides. He simply cannot do so as He is pure, immaculate. Moreover, it is His express desire that all become consecrated or re-consecrated to Him at this point in history.
We need to be made pure anew and the easiest way of attaining this purity is through re-consecration to Him, as did the Maccabees in their own time (2 Mac 2:1-12). Shall we, therefore, become re-purified individually, as a people, as a nation, as an entire world of nations through His Holy Spirit, so that He can accept our “yes” and let flow all the graces needed from His Divine Heart, in order for evil to be quenched and peace be granted to the whole world? Or do you desire to keep on doing nothing about it, shirking all personal and societal responsibility, and see the world become purified through multiple nuclear holocausts, water, fire, and blood; some of which have already started to happen around the globe?
Every individual, every family, every community, every society, every nation is going to be purified. The only issue left for us to determine at this point in time is how this purification is going to happen. What would you like it to be? How would you like it to take place? The choice is in your hands and God awaits your answer. Decide.
Below you can find the consecration prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father (shown above) translated into the Italian language. The Italian translation of the prayer is also available for download from here: Consecration to the Divine Heart in Italian.
Il Divino Cuore di Dio Padre che racchiude in sé tutti i cuori – Amore Infinito
Padre Celeste, fonte di vita, amore e felicità eterna. Tu ci hai elargito il dono prezioso della vita stessa. Ti supplichiamo, Padre Celeste, di non consentirci di prendere questo dono per scontato. Più di ogni altra cosa, Tu ci hai chiamati alla santità. Tu ci hai chiamati a partecipare alla vita della Tua Famiglia Divina per, con e in Gesù Cristo. Ti chiediamo di concedere a noi, nella Tua beneficenza, tutte le grazie necessarie per vivere in comunione con la Tua Volontà Divina e di offrirTi, in ogni momento, la pienezza della nostra gratitudine, il nostro culto, il nostro ringraziamento e la nostra supplica. Formalmente ci consacriamo a Te come figli prodighi che ritorniamo al Padre che ci ama. Accoglici, metti un diadema reale sul nostro dito. Vestici con abiti regali color porpora e preparaci per la festa, il banchetto, che Tu hai preparato per tutti i Tuoi figli fedeli. Amen.
Below you can find the consecration prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father (shown above) translated into the French language. The French translation of the prayer is also available for download from here: Consecration to the Divine Heart in French.
Le Coeur Divin de Dieu le Père Englobant Tous les Coeurs – Amour Infini
Père céleste, source de la vie, d’amour et de bonheur éternel. Vous nous a accordé
le don précieux de la vie elle-même. Nous Vous prions, notre Père céleste, jamais
nous permettre de prendre ce cadeau pour acquis. Qui plus est, Vous nous avez
appelés à la sainteté. Vous nous avez appelés à participer à la vie de Votre famille
divine par, avec et en Jésus-Christ. Nous demandons que Vous nous accordiez, dans
Votre Bienfaisance, toutes les grâces nécessaires pour vivre en accord avec Votre
volonté divine et à Vous offrir, à chaque instant, la plénitude de notre gratitude,
notre culte, notre action de grâces et nos supplications. Nous nous consacrons
formellement à Vous, comme des enfants prodigues de retour vers le Père qui nous
aime. Acceptez-nous, mettez un diadème royal sur notre doigt. Drapez-nous dans
la pourpre royale et préparez-nous pour la fête, le banquet, que Vous avez préparé
pour tous Vos fidèles enfants. Amen.
Below you can find the consecration prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father (shown above) translated into the Maltese language. The translation was done by Joanne Micallef, M.A. (Trans.). The Maltese translation of the prayer is also available for download from here: Consecration to the Divine Heart in Maltese.
Il-Qalb Divina t’Alla l-Missier Tħaddan il-Qlub Kollha – Imħabba Infinita
Missier li Inti fis-Smewwiet, għajn tal-Ħajja, l-Imħabba u l-Ferħ Etern. Inti tajtna r-rigal prezzjuż tal-ħajja nfisha. NitolbuK bil-ħniena, Missier li Inti fis-Smewwiet, tħallina qatt nieħdu dan ir-rigal bħala dritt tagħna. Aktar minn hekk, Inti sejjaħtilna għall-qdusija. Sejjaħtilna biex nieħdu sehem fil-ħajja tal-Familja Divina TiegħeK bi Kristu, ma’ Kristu u fi Kristu. Aħna nitolbuK li, fil-Benefiċenza TiegħeK, tagħtina l-grazzji kollha meħtieġa biex ngħixu skont ir-Rieda Divina TiegħeK u noffruleK f’kull ħin u f’kull mument, il-milja tal-gratitudni tagħna, il-qima tagħna, ir-radd il-ħajr u s-suppliki tagħna. Aħna nikkonsagraw rwieħna formalment LileK bħala wlied ħaljin li qed nirritornaw għand il-Missier Li jħobbna. Aċċettana, poġġi dijadema rjali fuq subgħajna. Libbisna lbies irjali vjola u ħejjijna għall-festa, għall-pranzu, li Inti ħejjejt għall-ulied fidili kollha tiegħeK. Amen.
The Consecration (Seal) Prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father is being translated into various languages from the original English, so it becomes more easily accessible for people across the globe. The prayer will be posted here and made available for free download in its various translations as soon as the latter are ready. Translated languages so far include Maltese, Italian, and French.
Below is what the world really needs in our times, but Whom it keeps rejecting out of false wisdom. The Heavenly Father has promised to come and live with us and in us, restoring order in the world and granting it a period of true peace – His peace – when the world is re-consecrated to Him, to His Divine Heart. The infinitely beautiful, loving Father has been pleading for this, for years, now. And yet, so far His pleas, His cries of a Father, have fallen on deaf ears.
Will you please not be so hard-hearted and oblige your Father by returning to Him Who loves you? Sparing the world on your part from even more pain and suffering? What have you to lose by trying to find out Who your Eternal Father really Is? Click on the picture above or the link provided herewith to download the Holy Octave of Purification and Consecration to God our Father.
The diptych ecumenical icon of the Divine Heart of God the Father Encompassing All Hearts has just been featured in the newly released book Approaching the Divine – A Primer for Iconography by the world-renowned iconographer and Villanova University professor of art, Fr. Richard G. Cannuli, O.S.A. (Hope & Life Press, 2014). The icon is featured in the section Icons of God the Father. The icon had been written by Fr. Cannuli based upon the original pencil drawing of the Divine Heart. Approaching the Divine is available in hardback, paperback and ebook editions.
The question was asked, “How do you say the consecration prayer?” The answer is very simple: you just it say it, with good intent in your heart and mind.
The question was asked, “How do I go about saying the prayer of consecration” to God the Father? The answer is very simple: just say the prayer with sincerity and genuineness in your heart. And if you do not feel genuine and/or sincere, ask our Father to give you the grace of being genuine and He will do so. Our Father has made it very easy for us to become fully His property, to belong to Him instead of to Satan, because He wants each and every one of us to Him Who made us with infinite love.
FIRST LEVEL OF MEANING
Phinehas was a high priest in the Old Testament era who won from HaShem the end of His annihilation of the people of Israel and a covenant of peace, because his love for the Word of God made him defend His commandments with zeal and slay the heresy of Pe’or. The actions of Phinehas arose from his heart, from His love both for God and for Israel. The priest could not stand to (more…)
THE HERESY OF PE’OR
I found Israel like grapes in the wilderness, I saw your fathers as the first-ripe in the fig-tree at her first season. But as soon as they came to Ba’al-Pe’or, they separated themselves unto the shameful thing and became detestable like that which they loved (Hos 9:10).
Phinehas was the grandson of Aaron, the brother of Moses (Ex 6:25). He distinguished himself by risking his life to end the heresy of Pe’or and make reparation to HaShem for it, after the people of Israel had bought into the heresy lock, stock and barrel. Phinehas won from the Father cessation of the annihilation of the Israelites as a punishment (Nb 25:11-13). He also won a covenant of peace for the people and a covenant of everlasting priesthood for himself and his descendants. (more…)
The question was asked, “When is the prayer of consecration to the Divine Heart of God the Father said?” The answer is at any time. Whenever you wish to say the prayer, do so. No rules and regulations are involved although some say it daily as, like that, you are offering your day to the Father.
Meanwhile, for those who believe in the Sacrament of Reconciliation (e.g., Catholics, Orthodox), it is wise to sometimes say the prayer after confession, since the consecration leads to receiving the seal of the Father (Rv 3:10-12).
To be a child of God means to be an adoptive member of the Divine Family.
When we become children of the living God by taking steps to rediscover our true heritage and giving the Almighty Father our fiat with sincerity of heart, in essence and in fact, we become adoptive members of the Divine Family. The Family – the Father, the Son and the Holy Spirit and, yes, even the Mother* – take us in. They take us into Their Hearts and envelop us in Their bosom, showering us with all we need to become gods by grace (2 P 1:4; Ps 82:6). (more…)
We want to belong to Him – God our beautiful and humble Father – not to the other guy, that father of lies and murderer without compunction since the beginning of time. August is the month our Father desires for Himself, for His Divine Heart, as a symbol of His great, intense love. Let us, therefore, return to Him in the manner which He desires. Let us become formally consecrated to our patient Father so that we belong to Him.
With humility and love, we, the children of God, petition you, the Vicar of Christ, to approve a Feast for God our Father. We ask that this feast be entitled The Solemnity of the Divine Paternal Heart – The Feast of the Father of All Mankind, the eighth solemn day of the holy octave of consecration to God our Father. We ask that it be celebrated annually on the first Sunday of August. We believe that it is our privilege and responsibility to know, love, serve and honor God our Father through such a yearly Feast. We pray that Jesus our God and Savior, The Holy Spirit our God and Sanctifier, and Mary our Mother, guide you in approving this octave Feast so that all mankind may offer their fiat to God our Father, and so that “His Kingdom comes and His Will is done on Earth as it is in Heaven.” (more…)
The Heart of the Father: Why the Paternal Heart of Life is the Answer to the Culture of Death by Thomas W. Petrisko (2013) of Saint Andrew’s Productions.
“”We raise our voices and pray that the Love which is in the Father,” Pope John Paul II writes in Dives in Misericordia, “may once again be revealed at this stage of history…that it may be shown to be present in our modern world to be more powerful than evil, more powerful than sin and death.”
“Now, in our time, our Heavenly Father shows us the means to see this great Love of His that is so merciful, so wanting to be discovered – it is through His Heart of Life, His Divine Paternal Heart! (more…)
The public call was explicitly made for institution of the Solemnity of the Divine Paternal Heart of God the Father, in the liturgical calendar of the universal Church. This call was made by Thomas W. Petrisko, President of The Father of All Mankind Apostolate and former president of the Pittsburgh Center for Peace. In The Divine Paternal Heart of God Our Father, Petrisko (2012) said:
“The Father’s pain for His children now pierces His Paternal Heart. The Lord of Heaven and earth (more…)
The question was posed, “How do we say the prayers of consecration to God the Father?” The answer is simple: just say the Consecration Prayer with genuine intent in your heart and mind. That is all. If you feel, for some reason, that you lack the latter, ask God with sincerity to grant you that particular grace. He will as He strongly desires all mankind to become re-consecrated to Him. Alternatively, (more…)
The Apostolate of the Divine Heart announces the publication of its latest book titled The Divine Family: Experiential Narratives. The book is available directly from the publisher and the online bookseller Amazon. For those outside the US, you can obtain the book either from the respective Amazon sites or directly from the distributors.
In The Divine Family: Experiential Narratives, the lived experiences of the author with the Members of the Divine Family and others are presented openly in print for the first time. These experiences occurred from 2010 through 2012. Written predominantly in a dialogical narrative style suitable for believers and non-believers alike, the author chronicles first-hand some of her personal experiences with the archangels Michael and Raphael; demons and Satan, the Virgin Mary, Jesus Christ, the Holy Spirit and God the Father. (more…)