Diary of St. Faustina Excerpt

An excerpt from the Diary of St. Faustina #1760 “Conference on Spiritual Warfare”. I read this so slowly as I cried and cried and cried… Jesus says, “Put your self-love in the last place, so that it does not taint your deeds. Bear with yourself with great patience. Do not neglect interior mortifications. Always justify to yourself the opinions of your superiors and of your confessor. Shun murmurers like a plague. Let all act as they like; you are to act as I want you to.” “Observe the rule as faithfully as you can. If someone causes you trouble, think… Continue Reading


The Divine Mercy Chaplet, the Precious Blood and a Fire at Our House

This Catholic musician was sitting with her family at Mass on Easter Sunday like so many of you.  I was so taken up with the beauty of the Liturgy, the words, the music, the awesomeness and intimacy of God, that I started to pray in a new way that was described to me the night before when my husband and I watched the 2006 documentary, “The Secret” and then Christianized it.  I had also been told to pray this way only one other time by a Catholic healing ministry called St. Raphael’s Ministry of Half Moon Bay, CA when I… Continue Reading


Jesus Rose On the Third Day?

A good friend asked why we say Jesus rose “on the third day” when the number of days between Friday and Sunday is actually two. It’s a very reasonable question, which has many (if not most) people today scratching their heads, so here’s the explanation. In Jesus’ day, the Jewish reckoning of time was different to the Romans’/our reckoning. Firstly, per Jewish custom, a day — as in a 24-hour cycle — was considered to be the period from nightfall to nightfall, that is, from 6 pm to 6 pm, not from midnight to midnight. This practice of viewing the… Continue Reading