Just a reminder that all weekday School of Mary at Mary’s Hill Contemplative Divine Will Cenacles may be joined live as well as viewing the archived recordings of previous cenacles by visiting our website at queenofthedivinewill.org and selecting the page entitled: “Events/Programming Calendar”. Link provided below:
On a separate note, please, when you can, listen to Father Joseph Iannuzzi’s Radio Maria Broadcast of April 18, 2020, link attached below:
Fiat Always in Christ,
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The School of Mary Invocation
Oh Mary, Mother of mercy, Queen of the Divine Will, please teach us to love Jesus and live in the spirit of our vocation more and more, the spirit of faith, hope and love, the spirit of obedience and of loving the Holy Will of God, the spirit of chastity, poverty and humility, the spirit of mercy and apostolic zeal for the salvation of souls, especially those whom the boundless mercy of Your Divine Son has entrusted to us. Amen
Fiat Voluntas Tua sicut in Caelo et in Terra
In the Silence of our hearts. Let us Live United in the Divine Will. FIAT!
Deserted churches, and without ministers.
Continuing in my usual state, my always lovable Jesus made Himself seen so very afflicted, and I said to Him: ‘My Love, why are You so afflicted?’ And He: “Ah! my daughter (Luisa), when I allow that churches remain deserted, ministers dispersed, Masses reduced, it means that the Sacrifices are offenses for Me, that the prayers are insults, the adorations irreverences, the confessions amusements, and without Fruit. Therefore, no longer finding My Glory, but offenses, nor any Good for them – making no use of them, I take them away. But this tearing ministers away from the Sanctuary means also that things have reached the ugliest point, and that the variety of scourges will multiply. How hard man is – how hard!”
Dissolving oneself in Jesus, to be able to say: what belongs to Jesus is mine.
I was abandoning all of myself in Jesus, when He told me: “My daughter, dissolve yourself in Me. Dissolve your prayer in Mine, so that your prayer and Mine may be one single prayer, and one would not recognize which one is yours and which Mine. Your pains, your works, your will, your love – dissolve them all in my pains, in my works, etc., so that they may mix one with the other, and form one single thing; to the extent that you may be able to say, ‘What belongs to Jesus is mine’, and I may say, ‘What is yours is Mine.’
Imagine a glass of water, which is poured into a big container of water. Would you be able to distinguish, afterwards, the water of the glass from the water of the container? Certainly not. Therefore, for your greatest gain and my highest contentment, repeat often in whatever you do: ‘Jesus, I pour this into You, so that I may do not my will, but Yours’, and immediately I will pour my acting into you.”
Another Relevant Article by Mark Mallet…. from his website here on November 11, 2019.
A voice cries out:
In the desert prepare the way of the LORD!
Make straight in the wasteland a highway for our God!
(Yesterday’s First Reading)
YOU have given your fiat to God. You have given your “yes” to Our Lady. But many of you are no doubt asking, “Now what?” And that’s okay. It’s the same question Matthew asked when he left his collection tables; it is the same question Andrew and Simon wondered as they left their fishing nets; it’s the same question Saul (Paul) pondered as he sat there stunned and blinded by the sudden revelation that Jesus was calling him, a murderer, to be His witness to the Gospel. Jesus eventually answered those questions, as He will yours.
If you are only giving your “yes” to God right now, then you are akin to those in Christ’s parable of the workers who entered the vineyard at the last hour of the day, but were paid the same wage as those who had laboured all day. That is, Jesus will give you the same Gift as those who have been preparing for it for decades, which of course, may not seem fair. But, says the vineyard Owner:
Am I not free to do as I wish with my own money? Are you envious because I am generous? (Matthew 20:15)
God’s ways are not our ways — “his knowledge is beyond scrutiny,” says today’s First Mass reading. And He has His reasons. Even though St. Paul was not among the Twelve who gave up everything and followed Jesus for three years, he became one of the greatest Apostles. Why? Because the one who is shown the greatest mercy is often the one who “has shown great love” in return. Click here to continue reading Mark Mallett’s post
Good article from Mark Mallett’s website
Our Lady’s Little Rabble
ON THE FEAST OF THE IMMACULATE CONCEPTION
OF THE BLESSED VIRGIN MARY
UNTIL now (meaning, for the past fourteen years of this apostolate), I have placed these writings “out there” for anyone to read, which will remain the case. But now, I believe what I am writing, and will write in the days ahead, are intended for a small group of souls. What do I mean? I will let Our Lord speak for himself:
All are invited to join my special fighting force. The coming of my Kingdom must be your only purpose in life. My words will reach a multitude of souls. Trust! I will help all of you in a miraculous way. Do not love comfort. Do not be cowards. Do not wait. Confront the Storm to save souls. Give yourself to the work. If you do nothing, you abandon the earth to Satan and to sin. Open your eyes and see all the dangers that claim victims and threaten your own souls. —Jesus to Elizabeth Kindelmann, The Flame of Love, pg. 34, published by Children of the Father Foundation; Imprimatur Archbishop Charles Chaput
Jesus is Coming! At the head of this special fighting force preparing the way is Our Lady. The group is small because few respond to her call; the band is paltry because few accept the conditions; the force is tiny because few confront the storm in their own souls much less the Storm spreading over the world. They are often those who reject the “signs of the times”…
Continue to read more here
In his post, Daniel O’Connor, a 2019 speaker at the Divine Will Conference at Mystical Rose Gardens, writes about the recent events in Rome, particularly, the tossing of the Amazonian idols into the Tiber. Please click HERE to read his whole post.
photo and content credit: Daniel O’Connor
Daniel O’Connor (one of the guest speakers at the 2019 Divine Will Conference at Mystical Rose Gardens) has a new book coming out Sept 14th, called The Crown of History. It will be available on Amazon at this link: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XBHG7GZ But you can preorder now…
Kindle $3 • Paperback $7
Father Gabriel of St. Mary Magdalene, O.C.D. has this to say about the will and love:
“There is a sensible love and there is a love of the will. Sensible love consists in a feeling that draws us affectionately toward someone and makes us experience pleasure in that person’s company or in the remembrance of the same. Love of the will consists in wishing a person well, by free choice and determination of our will. When afterwards this love takes full possession of the soul, then it wants to belong to the person loved and deliberately to consecrate its entire life to that person.”
Which is true love?
He continues, “Love of the will, because the will is what is most personal in us. Our liberty resides in the will, and it is precisely with this That we give ourselves to God. For this reason He asks of man exactly the ‘gift of his will.’ It is in this full consecration to God that the total giving of self on the part of a human being consists.” (P.5 from Little Catechism of the Life of Prayer)
As we continue to call on the Divine Will to move in us, to act in us, we can see how it begins and ends in love, true love. The masters of prayer, Carmelites and others, knew this life of prayer was about a radical love; a magnanimity of the soul that wants God above all else.
If we are having difficulty in whatever stage of living in the Divine Will, let us ask Him to give us generous hearts!
Sharing a link from a post on YouTube: A prayerful Rosary with pictures, video, music, and meditations on each Hail Mary taken from The Book of Heaven or The Virgin Mary in the Kingdom. Audio: Mark Mallet’s beautiful Rosary “Through Her Eyes- A Journey to Jesus”.