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Thursday, January 10, 2019

THE FINAL QUIZ GAME


If you died today . . .  Could you pass St. Peter's single test question in order to get into heaven?

Here's his question:

Did you make time in your life to help the poor and suffering?

A "Yes" gets you in.   A "No" leaves you out.

"Not everyone who calls me their Lord will get into the kingdom of heaven. For it is not the hearers of the word who are saved,  but it is the doers."  Matthew 27:21

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

GARABANDAL - A MOVIE DEBUT OF THE YEAR - ONE DAY ONLY!



From 1960 - 1965 four young girls from the remote mountain village of Garabandal, Spain, encounter St. Michael the Archangel and then the Blessed Mother 1000s of times over five years. She prophesies to the children the coming scandal in the Church, she warns the current Bishops and clergy and gives (Conchita) the future dates of a "Miracle", a "Warning" and a terrible "Chastisement" with "Three Days of Darkness" before the return of the Lord in their lifetimes. Before his death, Saint Padre Pio added credence to the girls’ visions and prophesies.


Sunday, January 6, 2019

THE SECRET AND POWER OF PRAYER


Pray in your car, pray in the bathroom at work and pray at home as often as you can.  Pray a few "Our Father" or a few of our Catholic prayers each time.  

Then listen and watch as you pray, after you pray and act on what good you hear in your mind or see happening around you.  God will speak more and do more as you take action for charity's sake.  Bro. Joseph +


Friday, January 4, 2019

FOR THOSE WHO KNOW SOMEONE USING METH!

Just saw a program on TV and in it, a doctor said it takes 18 months for the brain to detox completely from the effects of meth. He said it takes 90 days in rehab and an addict should go to sober living for at least a year.

The first days off meth (usually because of lack of funds) triggers depression and fits of crying. One point of meth sells for $10 and a person typically needs 7 - 8 points per week to avoid withdrawal.

Lastly, most become locked into a vicious cycle of highs and lows, usually for the rest of their life. Only a miracle of God can save from meth self-destruction. Photo: Macaulay Culkin before and after meth.


Thursday, January 3, 2019

One Day You Shall Laugh!


Just like this woman, a double amputee living on the streets of Palm Desert, CA, all of us and most certainly the homeless can suffer from profound loss and sadness in this life. Yet, Hope has a name, it's Jesus! He inspires us by saying, "Blessed are you that weep and mourn for one day you shall laugh," Luke 6:21