Keep your eyes open!...


April 30, 2013  

(1Th 5:6-10) Therefore, let us not sleep, as others do: but let us watch, and be sober. For they that sleep, sleep in the night; and they that are drunk, are drunk in the night. But let us, who are of the day, be sober, having on the breast plate of faith and charity and, for a helmet, the hope of salvation. For God hath not appointed us unto wrath: but unto the purchasing of salvation by our Lord Jesus Christ, Who died for us: that, whether we watch or sleep, we may live together with him.

ARCHDIOCESE OF WASHINGTON: Three Prophetic Insights from Pope Leo XIII That Still speak powerfully 120 Years Later by Msgr. Charles Pope


...That is, the “time of mercy” we are in has an end; it is not indefinite, and depends upon our response to Heaven. And we must readily admit that we have not responded to the warnings and messages of Our Blessed Mother as we should have. We have not listened to nor recognized divine warnings, whether from the popes or the prophets, to bring the world back from the brink. And therefore, like the Prodigal Son, we must begin to reap what we have sown, now that the world is collectively broke—financially and most significantly, spiritually. But like the Prodigal Son, it will be precisely in chastisement that the world’s eyes will be opened, and we will be granted one last opportunity to either return home to the Father… or remain separated from Him for eternity.....

…before I come as the just Judge, I am coming first as the King of Mercy… before I come as a just Judge, I first open wide the door of My mercy. He who refuses to pass through the door of My mercy must pass through the door of My justice… —Divine Mercy in My Soul, Jesus to St. Faustina, Diary, n. 83, 1146

I know the words above will be alarming and even frightening to some readers. And so, by God’s grace in the days to come, I wish to write you more frequently, as my spiritual director has asked me to do. I will try, then, to keep my writings shorter. In them, with God’s help, I hope to ground your heart—not in fear—but in authentic hope that grants us a divine perspective of all things.

You are precious to me, reader… so precious to Jesus. I thank God that I have been able to share in the kind of love that St. Paul had for his readers. We will not be abandoned in these times! There is a great grace coming to the Church that will change everything. And so, turn your hearts toward Jesus, fix your eyes upon Him, join the hand of your Mother, and pray, pray, pray. For in prayer, God unites us to Himself, clothes us in armour, and grants us all the graces we need to remain faithful participants in the Kingdom.


Dear Holy Father… He is Coming!
Prophecy, Popes, and Picarretta
The Hour of the Sword
Raise Your Sails (Preparing for Chastisement)


Orans Position & Raised Arms

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Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

16. No longer heed the feelings of immortified nature, nor the suggestions of self-love, which clamors to have, to pssess, to keep and to hoard up. Let it cry out as much as it likes; we belong to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and we must have only what He wishes us to have, and be glad to be like Him, stripped of all things.

April 24, 2013  

(Rom 10:13-15) For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? Or how shall they believe him of whom they have not heard? And how shall they hear without a preacher? And how shall they preach unless they be sent, as it is written: How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, of them that bring glad tidings of good things?

EXCERPT VATICAN RADIO: Pope Francis: Church is in a love story

"But the Church does not grow by human strength. Some Christians have gone wrong for historical reasons, they have taken the wrong path, they have raised armies, they have waged wars of religion: that is another story, that is not the story of love. Yet we learn, with our mistakes, how the story of love goes. But how does it increase? Jesus said simply: like the mustard seed, it grows like yeast in the flour, without noise."

FIRST THINGS: Cross-Centered Catholic Renewal by George Weigel

EXCERPT INDEPENDENT.IE: Irish Archbishop Martin pledges to heal wounds of disillusioned

"Of course there are some who will not want to listen," he said. There are others too who have been so hurt and betrayed in the past, that understandably they find themselves unable to trust our message.That is why we must continue, as Pope Benedict XVI exhorted us in his letter, 'to reflect on the wounds inflicted on Christ's body', and persevere in our efforts to bind those wounds and heal them."

The cleric then referred to Pope Francis's call for the church to reach out to people.  "Pope Francis has spoken recently about the need to 'go out of ourselves', beyond our usual comfort zones to the 'edges of our existence'," he said. It is there, he says, that we meet the poor, the forgotten, the disillusioned.  And there we must sing our new song in a way which will speak to the reality of their daily lives, with all their hurts and burdens and troubles. The only way we can do that is by singing about God's mercy and love for each one of us personally."

"That is what the new song is about - it is a song of love, that God unconditionally loves each one of us, despite our sinfulness and imperfections, and that the Lamb of God, who suffered and died to take away the sins of the world, has mercy on us.  The singing of the new song is not simply a task for bishops, priests and religious. It belongs to all God's people. We are all called to holiness and to mission."

"During this Year of Faith, I pray for a renewed outpouring of the Holy Spirit in Ireland, enkindling the fire of God's love in the hearts of all the faithful! My brothers and sisters, we need you to share in the renewal and new evangelisation that is at the very heart of the Church's mission.  Sing the new song of the Lord with your hearts and your lives, by witnessing to Christ in your families and workplaces, and in the new mission fields of media, culture, business and politics."

MORE: Self-giving love is not optional by  Fr. Scott Lewis

CRISIS MAGAZINE: When the Going Gets Tough, the Tough Get Going

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

15. Frankly, I do not think the favors which our Lord promises you, to consist in an abundance of temporal things: for He says that these often deprive us of His grace and of His love, whereas it is with these latter gifts that He wishes to enrich your soul.

April 18, 2013

(John 15:18-20) If the world hate you, know ye that it hath hated me before you. If you had been of the world, the world would love its own: but because you are not of the world, but I have chosen you out of the world, therefore the world hateth you. Remember my word that I said to you: The servant is not greater than his master. If they have persecuted me, they will also persecute you. If they have kept my word, they will keep yours also.

POPE FRANCIS “Let us pray especially for Christians who suffer persecution,” he said, adding, “ – [and] in these times, there are many Christians who suffer persecution, a great many, in many countries: let us pray for them from our heart, with love, that they might feel the living and comforting presence of the Risen Lord.”

ACN: Syria has become a battlefield

The head of an ancient Middle Eastern Church has described how "the whole of Syria has become a battlefield" and has appealed to world leaders to intervene in a bid to stop the fighting.

In a statement, Melkite Greek Catholic Patriarch Gregorios III Laham says that the country’s “suffering has gone beyond all bounds” and that the conflict “has mown down thousands and thousands” of people, both civilians and military.

The Damascus-based patriarch estimates that, since the conflict broke out two years ago, up to 400,000 Syrian Christians, possibly more than 25 percent of the total, are either displaced within the country or have fled abroad.

In the statement, which was sent Monday, April 15, to Catholic charity Aid to the Church in Need (ACN), Patriarch Gregorios reports that since early 2011 more than 1,000 Christians have been killed, that “entire villages have been cleared of their Christian inhabitants” and that more than 40 churches and other Christian centers (schools, orphanages and care homes) lie damaged or destroyed.

He states that key to the country’s problems are chaos and insecurity, as well as an influx of “fundamentalist Islamists.”

The patriarch declares that the threat to Christianity in Syria has wider implications for the religion’s future in the region because for decades the country has provided a refuge for faithful from Lebanon, Iraq and elsewhere.

He states that the conflict poses a severe threat to Muslims, pitting one Islamic tradition against another.

As a Catholic charity for persecuted and other suffering Christians, Aid to the Church in Need has provided ongoing emergency aid (food, shelter and medicine) both in Syria and in neighboring countries, working through leading bishops in the region.

VATICAN RADIO: Caritas Lebanon: desperate appeal for help for Syrian refugees

: Persecuted on All Sides: Christians in the Modern World


Christians, churches dwindling in Iraq since start of war 10 years ago
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VIA A MOMENT WITH MARY: Our Lady of Arabia: A New Cathedral in Bahrain

The apostolic vicariate of Northern Arabia stretches over Bahrain, Kuwait, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
Msgr Ballin explains: "I was in Kuwait when I received a phone call from the Secretary of the Minister for Follow-Up Affairs, telling me that the minister wanted to meet with me. Back in Bahrain, I immediately went to see the minister, and it was with great emotion that Sheikh Ahmed bin Atiyatallah Al Khalifa, the minister in charge of the follow-up of decisions made by the king or the government, gave me the land title for a 9,000 m2 plot where we will build the new church."
The document is dated February 11, 2013, feast of Our Lady of Lourdes, who in Bahrain, corresponds to Our Lady of Arabia: "Our prayers have been answered," the bishop wrote. "Our Lady of Arabia is well able to perform miracles!" The new church will be the Cathedral of Arabia.
"In the course of that meeting, the minister invited me to go [today] on February 13th to the royal palace to meet King Hamad bin Isa Al Khalifah with all the religious officials. He added that I would be seated next to the king as his special guest! I will therefore have the opportunity to thank him for the land given precisely by royal order," Msgr Ballin concluded.


Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

14. Our Lord would fain be your sole Support, Friend and Delight, provided you seek neither support nor delight in creatures. Nevertheless, you must not be ill at ease or constrained in your intercourse with your neighbor, but always humble, bright, kind and gracious in your manner.

April 16, 2013  

(Rom 12:21) Be not overcome by evil: but overcome evil by good.

VATICAN RADIO: Text of Telegram from Vatican Secretary of State to Cardinal Sean O'Malley

Deeply grieved by news of the loss of life and grave injuries caused by the act of violence perpetrated last evening in Boston, His Holiness Pope Francis wishes me to assure you of his sympathy and closeness in prayer. In the aftermath of this senseless tragedy, His Holiness invokes God’s peace upon the dead, his consolation upon the suffering and his strength upon all those engaged in the continuing work of relief and response. At this time of mourning the Holy Father prays that all Bostonians will be united in a resolve not to be overcome by evil, but to combat evil with good (cf. Rom 12:21), working together to build an ever more just, free and secure society for generations yet to come.

LINK: Statement from Cardian O'Malley

NCR: Horror at the Boston Marathon

: The hope of Christ in the carnage of Boston

Was Jesus Christ at that finish line yesterday, and if he was, where could he be found? Christ was found quite readily in the nameless people who helped scurry the injured from the scene, some of whom they doubtless did not even know. Christ was in the hands and arms of the emergency personnel who came quickly to save the lives of the injured. Christ made himself known in the runners who went back to aid the hurting people in the crowd. Christ was certainly present in the words and sorrow felt by Sean Cardinal O'Malley, who must feel the spiritual weight of the world falling on him today. Christ comes in the clergy and religious who helped direct people away from danger and offer prayers and Masses for the sick and the dead. In the acts of kindness and the acts of aid, Jesus was at that finish line.

Pray for the presence of Christ to be felt by all of those impacted by the terrorism at the Boston Marathon.


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EXCERPT FIRST HAND VICTIM'S ACCOUNT: Bostonians reach out and turn their goodness on me

I plodded to the 35-kilometre mark when a spectator offered me a slice of orange, his face troubled. ''There have been explosions near the finish line. The marathon has been temporarily suspended.''

Naively I ran on.

Police and runners were mingling on the course. Some wept wrenchingly, their features distorted in grief, or shock. Many had relatives waiting at the line.

The crowds fell quiet. Overhead, helicopters clattered. Police vehicles were racing everywhere, ambulance sirens shrieked.

Police turned back those of us still running. I needed to contact family. Strangers handed me their phone. I asked a teenager for directions to a local landmark where my relatives would be; the teen insisted on escorting me there.

As I waited, strangers stopped to offer help. One bloke wanted to give me his jacket so I wouldn't get cold. Passers-by touched me. One stopped, gazed at me, shaking his head. ''I am sorry,'' he said.

Boston silenced, in shock, in grief. Its citizens reaching out to each other in spontaneous solidarity. More than that, people felt implicated in a wrong, embarrassed: their guests had been hurt, frightened. They turn their goodness upon me and I feel like crying.

A terrible beauty born.

LINK: Boston Marathon bombings: How to help

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

13. We must be content with and conformed to His most holy Will, stripped and destitute of pleasure, friends, consolation, talents, and aware of our lack of virtue.

April 12, 2013  

(Psa 8:4-6) What is man, that thou art mindful of him? or the son of man, that thou visitest him?  Thou hast made him a little less than the angels, thou hast crowned him with glory and honour: And hast set him over the works of thy hands.

SHOCKING: Doctors in China Have Performed 336 Million Abortions Since 1971

Official data from China’s health ministry has revealed just how pervasive abortions have been in China since it instituted its one-child policy. Since 1971, Chinese doctors have performed 336 million abortions in a country with a population of 1.35 billion. They have also performed 196 million sterilizations and inserted 403 million intrauterine devices, a birth control procedure that some have said are forced on women in China, reports the Financial Times. China has estimated that without the birth restrictions its population would now be around 30 percent larger.

In the United States, with about one-quarter of China’s population, an estimated 50 million abortions have been performed since the Roe v Wade decision legalized the practice in 1973. Even though many have been calling for a softening of the one-child rule, the number of procedures has remained steady since the late 1990s, with around 7 million abortions and 2 million sterilizations per year.

EXCERPT VIA Anne Lastman: Broken Branches Issue 92 (

How Did I Survive An Abortion? by Imre Teglasy (Hungary)

I begin my story with my family, and especially with my father, who was a major  in Hungary  till the  end  of the Second  World  War. As a professional soldier  with  his religious  conviction  (he was born in a Catholic family of eight  children) he  was  declared a  class-enemy of the new Communist regime and was sacked at once and removed with  his wife and  two sons  from Budapest  to the Great Hungarian  Plain (puszta). They were  ordered not  to leave  their  dwelling  place. He could  hardly  find the  most  basic  job ... he and  his family were  starving.

In  this  sad  plight  my  father's  wife  realized   she  was pregnant. My father  tried  to protect me, but my mother did  not  want  to  carry  me  to  term. But  it  was  not  so simple to get rid of an unborn baby in the early '50s ... so she asked my grandfather staying in the capital to get a doctor who would be willing to perform the abortion. He found such a doctor in Budapest  but class enemies  were not  allowed  to  leave  the  plain  (puszta), so  while  my father  was  absent   she  tried  to  cause  an  abortion by jumping down from a kitchen table; when that failed she took very hot baths in a tub but they were not successful either.  Then  she  got  a  lot  of  quinine   pills  from  her brother. She took  them  but  they  were  not  sufficient  to cause a miscarriage so I was born.

I heard  the story of my birth accidentally  when I was 11 years  old  and  when  my  father  and  I were  staying  in Yugoslavia with relatives. It was late at night and I had gone  to  bed  in the  room  in which  my father  and  my relatives  were   talking.  At  that   time  my  parents had already   divorced   and  one  of  my  relatives  asked   my father  why.  Thinking  I was  asleep,  my father  told  him the story.

As I lay there  in bed, neither a small child nor an adult, I cried, speechlessly, all night long into my pillow. I experienced an emotional earthquake. I felt good myself and I did not know why my mother had tried  to kill me at all.

I  am  still  looking  for  the  answer  which  is  perhaps blowing  with  the  wind, since she died  some  years  ago. There  are  two  different  expressions in our  Hungarian language    concerning "mother".    One of them ("édesanya")  is  connected  with  "sweetness" meaning that  the sweetness of a loving mother has a connection to  the  milk you  get  from  her  bosom. The  other  word ("anya") simply means  that somebody has a mother but this  term  is very  formal  and  has  no special  content of sentiment so one  uses  this  term  in every  official form requiring the  name  of your  parent. In fact my mother tried to kill me, terrorised by the economical pressure of the  regime  and  when  it was  not  successful  she  didn't give me suck, so I was neither able to enjoy her milk nor her love.

Later  when  I was two years  old I was found  by a very nice  young  lady  who  lifted  me  up  to  her  heart  from under  the  kitchen  table. She  bought  me  new  clothes, shoes, brought me to the opera-house for performances (since she was a ballet-dancer) and to the photographer since she was proud  of "her" nice godson ... my relatives told  me  that  I had  usually  called  her  with  this  word: "mother"  (édesanya).

My biological mother could not love me although  I was begging  or  dancing  for her  approval and  acceptance. I studied well, become a well-known  writer by publishing several  books, carried  out  scientific  research and  won academic  honours but everything seemed  to be in vain since  I was  not  able  to win her  love. In my twenties I published a  book  of  poems  and  one  of  these  works reflects on my life story using the ancient  Greek myth of Penelope. In this  poem  you  can  analyse  the  confused bonding  of an abortion-survivor with his parent or with the abuser of her child.


You sit on the stigma of silence with averted eyes
You would draw my face
onto your withered lap Spin it over weave it through with sea-blue veins
with scarlet reed
Spin me over weave me through with snake
with strand of hair Unravel me by night give birth to me by day only kill me by night

You would piece together my bones a stripped-down image
for the walls of your palace bind my skin and gut
as strings onto your harp.
Is it an axe that I am? Propped up in a corner is it a prince?
sewn inside a frog's skin.

(Translated by Eva Kovacs-Hicks, Toronto)

It took  50  years  of pain  and  sorrow to  overcome  the situation of a deeply damaged  (unborn) child and that of a  post-abortive mother  ...  I  always  tried   to  love  my mother ... meanwhile I realized  that  I hated  those  foods (cheese,  beer,  etc)   which   she   liked   whilst,  on   the contrary, I liked the kind of women who have black hair and  eyes, slight  face  which  reminded me  of my  god- mother. So many  times  I asked  myself:  where   is  my mother, how can I love her?

Before her  death  the  Lord gave me the  answer by His merciful  forgiveness. After so many years  of struggling, begging  and  dancing  for her  love I finally was  able  to
reconcile  with her before her death. It happened by not accepting    but    rather   understanding  some    of   the elements  of  the   kind   of  "internal"  terrorism  which pushed  and  pressured her  to kill me. And finally I am going to die too and I badly need this forgiveness of the Lord for my own sins as well.

There  is a picture  in my bedroom above  my bed. This photo  was taken by the sculpture of the Pieta carved  by Michelangelo in the middle of 16th century. The picture illustrates the  Blessed  Virgin who  is a Patron  Saint  of Hungary  and  now she is perhaps my mother and hope and trust  as well.

Against the  civilisation  of death  I am now  working  for the  culture   of  life  full  time.  From  the  special  grace offered me by Almighty God, the Creator, I have a large family  ...  The  smiles  of my  children  and  wife  are  my strongest  weapons in  doing  my  duty  to  protect life! Thanks to the Lord!

LINK TO ENTIRE ISSUE: Broken Branches Issue 92 for April/May, 2013

VIDEO: Personal Story: Imre Téglásy, Human Life International

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

12. May He teach you what He desires of you, and may He give you the strength to accomplish it perfectly! If I am not mistaken this, in a few words, is what I think He chiefly requires of you: He wishes that you should learn to live withut support- without a friend- and without satisfaction. In proportion as you ponder over these words, He will help you to understand them.

April 9, 2013 

(Jude 1:17-19) But you, my dearly beloved, be mindful of the words which have been spoken before by the apostles of our Lord Jesus Christ: Who told you that in the last time there should come mockers, walking according to their own desires in ungodlinesses. These are they who separate themselves, sensual men, having not the Spirit.

MSGR CHARLES POPE: Reaping the Whirlwind: A reflection on the deepening darkness that celebrates homosexual unions and activity.

POPE FRANCIS (2010): From a letter to the Carmelite Sisters of Buenos Aires on the perils of gay marriage:

“Let’s not be naïve, we’re not talking about a simple political battle; it is a destructive pretension against the plan of God. We are not talking about a mere bill, but rather a machination of the Father of Lies that seeks to confuse and deceive the children of God.”

NEWS HEADLINE: Gay Marriage Supporters Should Avoid Taking Communion, Says Allen Vigneron, Detroit Catholic Archbishop

: Catholic church removes 'married' gay man as confirmation teacher, lector

: Why the Catholic Church Will Never Support Gay Marriage

1. Hell is real.
2. People go there forever.
3. Homosexual acts can send you to hell.
4. The Church will never condone gay marriage because it will never condone anything that will send people to hell beause
5. The business of the Church is helping people go to heaven, not sending them to hell.

CARDINAL TIMOTHY DOLAN: “Sometimes by nature, the Church has gotta be out of touch with concerns, because we’re always supposed to be thinking of the beyond, the eternal, the changeless.”

: Why we are losing the gay ‘marriage’ debate (and how we can win)

“Gay marriage is inevitable.” That’s what we’re told by gay activists. It’s a taunt devised to pick off the more faint-hearted clingers-on of traditional marriage by exploiting the human instinct to be on the winning side. And all too often, it works.

Traditional marriage advocates rightly protest that this isn’t an argument. Nothing, they say, is 'inevitable' that depends on the free choice of human beings. But this is an evasion. Look at the polls. Witness the slow but steady capitulation of state after state, country after country, to the new marriage regime. Gay ‘marriage’ may not be inevitable. But can we honestly deny that the momentum is firmly on its side?

The mistake comes in thinking that because gay “marriage” is a relatively new innovation, this momentum is merely a temporary shift of the political winds. According to this way of thinking, all that is needed is enough cash, a large-enough team of motivated and intelligent lawyers, strategists and jingoists, and a calm appeal to common sense and we will sail smoothly back in the direction of cultural sanity with a balmy zephyr blowing at our backs.

But while gay ‘marriage’ may have all the appearance of a fad, this is only an illusion. It is not a fad. It is not new. It is, in fact, the logical conclusion of the whole trajectory of social and sexual mores of the past century. The momentum enjoyed by the gay marriage movement is not that of a mere shift of the ever-fickle political winds. If it is to be compared to any sort of meteorological event, it should be compared to a hurricane: a storm that has been gathering energy for many days out at sea before ever making landfall.

A typical definition of “traditional marriage” (or what would, in a healthier society, simply be called “marriage”) goes something like this: “Marriage is the life-long, exclusive union of one man and one woman oriented towards the begetting and rearing of children.” This is the ideal that the traditional marriage movement proclaims. And it is a beautiful ideal, and well worth defending.

But an honest look at the cultural landscape raises the question of just how much is left to defend. The statistics suggest that social conservatives may be brandishing their scimitars not in defense of a robust institution suddenly threatened by a new and hostile cultural force, but rather the smoking ruins of an institution long ago surrendered and abandoned as lost. The Sexual Revolution of the 60s, and what a friend of mine calls the subsequent “hell of the Divorce Tsunami” of the 70s, have already swept this Thing That We Used to Call Marriage out to sea, leaving us clinging to the bobbing flotsam and jetsam.

By this point the statistics are so familiar that they have ceased to be shocking. And yet the numbers ought to shock us. Right now, some sixty percent of couples cohabit before marriage; nearly half of all marriages end in divorce; a record number of Americans aren’t bothering to get married in the first place, and those that do get married are getting married ever later; 41 percent of all children are born out of wedlock; 35 percent of children live in single-parent homes; only 61 percent of children under 18 live with their biological parents; and the birth rate has now dipped below the replacement level, as couples are having fewer and fewer, or sometimes no children at all.

So much for marriage being “life-long,” “exclusive” and child-oriented! Well then, what do we have left? Only the final third of our definition of traditional marriage: that marriage should be between one man and one woman. From the perspective of the gay rights movement, getting rid of this final scrap of our definition is not so much a cultural revolution, as it is a mop-up job. The revolution already happened. Now it’s simply a question of tying up the loose ends.

And they are not wrong.

The question, then, is not so much whether we are willing to do the hard work to stem the tide of gay “marriage” (which, of course, we must do), but rather whether we are willing to put our shoulder to the much harder task of rolling back the social revolution that ever permitted gay “marriage” to be calmly discussed as a viable option by reasonable people in the first place.

What makes it increasingly likely that gay “marriage” will become a reality is that the answer, in many cases, is quite frankly, “No.”  (click for more...)

CRISIS MAGAZINE: The Well-Being of Children by Dale O'Leary

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Self-effacement--Detachment

9. He will raise you to union with Himself in proportion as He finds you lowered in your own estimation. Do everything, therefore, through love and from a motive of humility.
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