Hebrew Year 5781 (2021) Part 3: Ite Ad Joseph! Widen Your Mouth in Silence & Pray|Declare Thy Will Be Done!

In the tradition of the Jewish people and in the heritage of our Christian faith, we could tie everything together about this next year by simply praying two prayers: the Lord’s Prayer and Psalm 82 (ESV shown below). And Joseph of Nazareth is the man who will show us the way. Allow me to explain…

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Hebrew Year 5781 (2021 AD): Aleph in Pey | Silence in the Mouth Part 2

He was oppressed, and he was afflicted, yet he opened not his mouth… Isaiah 53:7 Silence of the Lambs In Part 1: “5781 (2020 AD) A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Silence, we discussed how the prophetic meaning and what we can expect from this next Hebrew year is wrapped up nicely as a

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Hebrew Year 5781 (2021): A Year to Widen Your Mouth in Silence | What to Expect Part 1

To this very day, everything I do, everything I’ve done speaks of him. It was in the silence that I heard your voice. “Silence” If we could sum up the prophetic meaning of this next Hebrew year in just one movie it’s this one. The 2016 film “Silence” directed by Martin Scorsese, based on a

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Kerygma: The Power of Love

If all Christ did was take our punishment then we would owe him our gratitude not our hearts. Holiness is a response to being loved well. The Crucifixion of Christ was abundantly more than an offering of substitution for our sins. God was not pleased to punish anyone for crimes he did not commit. Nor

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May 25, 2021 Message from Our Lady | Be my extended arms

“Dear children, Today I am looking at you and calling: return to God because He is love and out of love has sent me to you to lead you on the way of conversion. Leave sin and evil, decide for holiness and joy will begin to reign; and you will be my extended hands in

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The Power of Love

“Before we can experience the Glory we must experience the power that brought it; Christ did not first ascend in Glory but first ascended in Love; it is the Power of Love which brings the Glory.” Bishop Gerald Barbarito, Good Friday address, 2 April 2021 John’s account of Christ’s Passion is the only one of

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