UPDATE 2: Water Well Needed For Mission In Africa


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I was thirsty and you gave me drink”

Fr. Joseph Mungai is visiting the USA and is in need for his mission in Africa. His parishioners are in need of a well. They do not have clean drinking water and help is needed.

I have a very serious request for my readers. If you are able to donate to help build a well, for family’s in Africa, please help our cause.

Any amount would be appreciated. God bless you.

I will be updating this post from time to time as new developments come.  I ask you please also, to pray for all the souls in need of fresh water for drinking. Please pray that this mission receives this gift of fresh water through the intercession of St. Kateri Tekakwitha, and may the glory, praise and honor be given to our Lord.

If you would like to donate online, please go to: Father Joe’s Water Well on GoFundMe

If you would like to send a donation, please send donations before February 19th 2016, as he will be heading back to Africa. He is also available on Twitter: @frjoemungai

 

Donations can be made to:

Sr Larraine

11714 Main Street, Middletown Ky 40357 

Contact: 502 – 356-9281 or Larraine@waterwithblessings.org

The video below is part of Father Mungai’s community who are definitely in great need of fresh water.

 

 

St. Kateri Tekakwitha, pray for us. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us all.

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Eucharist Heart


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Something to ponder…

An in the womb of a is a in early development or it wouldn’t be a at . A fertilized egg before implantation in the Fallopian tube of a woman, is a child even still, in early development, or it wouldn’t be a child at birth. No matter how small, a child is a child at the moment of conception, or its not a child at all.

The heart is the very first organ to develop in every developing child. Is it a shocker that in EVERY Eucharistic Miracle that has come to us, that Heart Cells are found in the blood in the Eucharist? Pro life is at the HEART of Christ. Pro life is in the Heart of Faith in Christ. Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us all.

 

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Fear Him


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What do homosexuals, masons, communists, socialists, and ______________ (fill in the blank) all have in common, that so many fear may have infiltrated the Catholic Church?

Be it that the Church has been “infiltrated” or not, its been infiltrated by SINNERS since our Lord founded it, 2000 years ago. He is the Head. “Be not afraid”. He has been dealing with US SINNERS before He was Conceived. As He deals with us today and the Church remains. Fear only Him.

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JOY And Thanksgiving


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An estimated 2 million people took part in the procession at the Eucharistic Congress.

I pray for all souls to bring our Lord back, in such splendor, into your hearts.

My Lord and my God

Words can not describe the JOY in my heart and soul, watching the video below.

 

For the full story: CLICK HERE

 

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Don’t Forget Your Catholic Vitamins


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VERY short post as copied from my facebook account today after a night of very good reading.

Spent some time reading St. Thomas Aquinas last night (without distractions) and realized what was missing in society today. His writings are like taking vitamins for the mind and intellect.

 St. Thomas Aquinas, pray for us

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Watching In Awe


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Watching in awe

 

From January 29, 2015

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Remembering: St. John Paul II With Edith Zierer


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I watched a video today that I must share on this day of Remembering The Holocaust..
I am not going to write about this, as I just feel, know in my heart, there is more a need today, for them to tell the story.

Edith Zierer was born to a wealthy and educated Jewish family in Katowice, Poland.  In 1939, in advance of the German invasion of Poland, her family fled and moved from place to place.

“Suddenly, totally unexpectedly, a young priest made his way through the people and approached me. I looked up and saw a Christian priest in a brown robe standing in front of me, with a great light in his eyes. He turned to me of all the people who were sitting there in the station, and asked ‘Why are you sitting here like that?’” she recounted.

The young priest was Karol Wojtyla, who in 1978 would become Pope John Paul II. He brought her a sandwich and tea. “I was thin, gaunt, tired and ill. To this day I remember the first bite … I finished the sandwich and he told me to stand up because ‘We’re going,’ as he said. I wasn’t capable of standing on my skinny legs. I fell onto the floor of the train station and he was forced to carry me in his arms.”

Edith Zierer entered into eternal life in 2014. For Oral history interview with Edith Zierer, please see this LINK

 

 

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