Sun, Sep 24, 10:58 PM (9 hours ago)
Today we were informed by our Priest that we are no longer allowed to say the St.Micheal Prayer after communion or the soul of Christ prayer!
No,this is not a joke! I spoke with Father after mass about how much this upsets me. He said “He just got the order” He also said though I “Someone were to start it “spontaneously ” he could not stop them. But could not lead it.
Now,you have known me for many years. One thing I am not is an alarmist. But this is no longer on the fringe. I will personally start saying The St.Micheal prayer “spontaneously ” at every mass. This comes directly from the synod. What’s next? Denying the true presence of Our Lord in the Eucharist!?
I would like to know if any other parishioners were given this same edict?
Either way,I will continue to pray.
I wanted to share this beautiful picture I took of the sky and sun, at 4:18pm EST, while standing in front of my husband’s crypt (Livonia, Mich) on his 70th birthday, . He passed suddenly June, 2022.
Notice the cross. A friend thought the oval beneath the cross looked like the Miraculous Medal to him.
I changed the light saturation to look more closely at the images.
The iridescence is beautiful. At first look, I saw petals of a flower.
But if that’s Mary, beneath the cross, it so follows the belief “to Jesus, through Mary”.
It was a beautiful consolation I received yesterday on what was a hard day for me. My husband was a remarkable man. God made him that way, and his will was so truly aligned to the love of God.
Dear Michael Brown,
I read these posts with great interest, but I was struggling to understand this passage about a “huge light”:
A “huge light” would be seen. If not for the intervention of Heaven, “what God created on earth” would “soon be damaged beyond recovery” (2004). A “very dramatic effect” was in progress as regarded “the support structure of what man calls nature” (2004). Before the event occurred, there would be “premature expectation” (2010).
I’m seeing quite a bit of talk about the recent odd behavior of Betelgeuse, in the shoulder of the constellation Orion. Brightening and dimming, there are speculations it’s about to go nova (or supernova, because of its size). Some have said we’re too far away to be affected, but what if we weren’t?
Saw this just now and wanted to get your thoughts.