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Habedeum, Quodvultdeus with the persecutions of Valerianus, Urbanus, Crescens, Eustachius, Cresconius, Crescentianus, Felix, Hortulanus, Fientianus, BISHOPS in Africa. We were martyred in Africa, 28 Nov.
Hagio, African monk in the desert encompassing Ethiopia, Mazices, and Mauretania. Visited in the desert and Nitria by an old historian. Contemporary of Arsisius.
Helenus, I am from the desert. I followed the way of chastity and moderation, honed by the practice of fasting and prayer, to quell the temptations of the flesh. God always provided what I needed when I needed.
I once visited a journey to visit other monks. My load was heavy, and in the name of Jesus enlisted wild donkeys to carry my burden. On another occasion, I visited a monastery for Sunday service, but there was to be none, because of river crocodiles. In the name of Jesus, I bade the crocodile to give me a ride on its back to visit the Presbyter (Elder), to conduct services.
It did so, but the Presbyter (Elder), was too frightened to come. God gave me the ability to read souls and spirits, as well as to stop evil spirits from tormenting.
Heliodorus with Secundianus, the bishop with Jacobus, Marianus, Concordia, Marina, Saturninus, and Silvanus. We were martyred in Africa. 6 May.
Helladius and Theophilus, “the Deacon.” We preached in Libya, martyred by torture and burning in a furnace, 8 Jan.
Heraclas, Bishop, and Helladius, martyrs.
Heraclemon and others hermits of Kemet (4th century), 12 June
Heraclemon, John, Andrew, and Theophilus of Kemet (4th century) 2 Dec.
Heracles, Presbyter (Elder), Possibly a duplicate name, but a Presbyter (Elder), of the (Africa) Mareotis area in Kemet, who agreed to the deposition at Alexandria in 321A.D.in a synod of more than one hundred African Kemetian (Egyptian) and Libyan bishops of Heretic priest Arius and his wicked, irreverent henchmen. (One of the holy folk).
Heraclius, Alexander the Bishop, Anna, Elizabeth, Theodota, and Glyceria, at Adrianopolis (2nd or 3rd. century), Martyrs, 22 Oct
Heraclius with Palus. Martyred in Africa, 26 May.
Herais, (also known as Rhais, Irais) with also Irais. I am a Virgin martyr. I was a lass of 12 years of age. I was born at Tabne in Kemet. I professed Christ, and under the prefect Culcianus, I was beheaded with other women in 303 A.D. 23 Sept.
Heredina with Saturninus, and four children, the lectors Saturninus (another) and Felix, and the nun, Maria, and the toddler, Hilarion; Senator Dativus; Thelica, Emeritus, Felix, Ampellius, Rogatianus, Victoria, 37 other Christians ( Felix, Quintus, Maximianus, Rogatianus, Rogatus, Januarius, Cassianus, Victorianus, Vincentius, Caecilianus, Restituta, Prima, Rogatianus, Eva, Givalius, Rogatus, Pimponia, Secunda, Januaria, Saturnina, Martinus, Datus, Felix, Margarita, Major, Honorata, Regiola, Victorinus, Pelusius, Faustus, Datianus, Matrona, Caecilia, Secunda, Matrona(another), Januaria, of Abitine, in the Northwestern part of Africa.
We were arrested having prayed the Divine Mysteries in the Emeritus’ house. We professed the faith. I Saturninus was clubbed. I died in jail, 12 Feb. 304 A.D. 11 Feb. Roman, 20 Feb in Algiers.
Heradius and Zozimus, martyrs, at Carthage.
Herais, wife martyred after being married three weeks.
Herais (Iraja). with brother, Abadir. We are children martyrs of Saint Basilides sister. Basilides is called the Father of Kings. We were brought under arrest to Antinoe, Kemet, beheaded with 3685 companions and other martyrs with Cluthus, a physician and priest. Also martyred with us were Apa Paphnutius of Tentyra, priest; Apa Isaac of Tiphre, priest; Apa Shamul of Taraphia, priest; Apa Simeon of Tapcho, priest; Sissinius of Tantatho, priest; Theodore of Chotep, priest; Moses of Psammanius, priest; Philotheus of Pemdje, priest; Macarius, of Fayum, priest; Maximus of Vuchim, priest; Macroni of Thoni, priest; Senuthius, of Buasti, priest; Simeon of Thou, priest; Ptolemaeus, priest; who was son of the Eparch, priest; Thomas of Tanphot, priest. Coptic calendar, 25 Sept.
Hermes, and Victor martyred in Africa, 2 Nov.(Probably the same Hermes and he who was with Papias, and martyred in Africa with Publius, 2 Nov._.
Hermes, Solutor. Martyred in Africa with21 Jan.
Hemerion, Tryphon, Cyrion, Eulogius, another Cyrion, Menelaus, Porphyrius, Apricus, Justus, Julianus, Orestes, and Julius, martyred at Alexandria 3 July. Hermogenes of Alexandria (Dec. 10, martyr
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FATHER MELVIN DOUCETTE
"Come to Me with a humble heart"
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Jesus addressed this parable to those who were convinced of their own righteousness and despised everyone else. "Two people went up to the temple to pray; one was a Pharisee and the other was a tax collector. The Pharisee took up his position and spoke this prayer to himself, 'O God, I thank you that I am not like the rest of humanity-greedy, dishonest, adulterous-or even like this tax collector.
I fast twice a week, and I pay tithes on my whole income.' But the tax collector stood off at a distance and would not even raise his eyes to heaven but beat his breast and prayed, 'O God, be merciful to me a sinner.' I tell you, the latter went home justified, not the former; for everyone who exalts himself with be humbled, and the one who humbles himself will be exalted." Luke 18: 9 - 14
Here is another message from Jesus addressed to Joseph. Our Lord spoke to him in these words, "How do you pray? Do you concentrate on yourself or are you concentrated on Me? Do you show off before Me by telling Me all that you have done? In the parable of the Pharisee and the tax collector, I show you the two approaches to prayer.
The Pharisee is full of pride and he only speaks about all the good he has done and he praises himself over the rest of the people. He enjoys saying that he is not greedy, dishonest or adulterous and that he is not like the tax collector. He presents himself as if he is a saint and he does not need any grace.
He thinks he is doing well on his own. He does not know that he is the worst of sinners as he is full of pride and blind to his sins.
The tax collector on the other hand is very humble. He stands in the back and he does not look up. He keeps his head down, as he knows that he is a sinner. He beats his breast as a sign that he has done wrong and prays in this way, 'O God, be merciful to me a sinner.'
He tells the truth that he has sinned and asks God to have mercy on him. Of the two, the tax collector is the one who touches God's heart because of his humility. He receives the grace he has asked for and he is filled with peace and joy.
I call you all to imitate the tax collector for all men have sinned and they fall short of the Kingdom of God. I told you that without Me, you can do nothing, nothing good. Those who follow the Pharisee will surely make a mess of their lives. Come to Me with a humble heart and I will receive you and you will be My friend." Father Melvin
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Medjugorje Day By Day Oct 01 - The month of Mary
The Holy Eucharist "is not merely the memory of an event or the portrayal of a great figure; it is the fulfillment of our personal relation to Christ, of the believer to his Redeemer . . . . To wait for Him, to invite Him, to go to receive and honor and praise Him, to be with Him, drawn into the intimacy of Communion with Him—that is the Christian feast" (Msgr. Romano Guardini).
Mother Teresa - A day alone with Jesus is apt to spur us on in the vigorous pursuit of holiness through personal love for Jesus. Jesus desires our perfection with unspeakable ardor. " For this is the will of God, your sanctification. "
Meditations by Padre Pio - 1 Walk with simplicity in the ways of the Lord and do not torment your spirit. Your must hate your faults, but with a quiet hate, not troublesome and restless. We must be patient with them and gain from them through holy humility. Without that patience, instead of diminishing, your imperfections will increase constantly, as there is nothing that nourishes our defects like restlessness, and the haste to drive them away.
Archbishop Fulton Sheen - Why do we try so hard to forget?
" Memory is the source of unhappiness to many people today; hence their attempts to stifle it with alcohol and drugs. What is the explanation for the vast amount of sleeping tablets sold to the American public? It has been pointed out that enough are sold to put every person in the United States to sleep twenty-two nights a year, or to put nine million to sleep three hundred and sixty-five nights a year.
Undoubtedly, some of this is medically necessary for the easing of pain, but more likely most of the pills are taken in an effort to `forget' or `get away from it all.' The memory has the peculiar trick of never asking our permission for anything it shoots up into consciousness; sometimes the more displeasing the ideas are, and the harder we try to forget them, the quicker and the more often they flash before our eyes.
It is a psychological fact that the more the mind fears a thing, the more that fearful thing comes like a ghost out of the past to torture it. What we hate and dread we remember best, and nothing that we present to our mind can blot it out. No wonder Macbeth in desperation asked his physician: `Canst thou not...pluck from the memory a rooted sorrow; raze out the written troubles of the brain...which weigh upon the heart?' (Macbeth, Act V, Scene iii, Line 40)."
St. Faustina's diary http://www.marian.org/directory_flash.html - O my Jesus, give me strength to endure suffering so that I may not make a wry face when I drink the cup of bitterness. Help me Yourself to make my sacrifice pleasing to You. May it not be tainted by my self-love, even though it extend over many years.
May purity of intention make it pleasing to You, fresh and full of life. This life of mine is a ceaseless struggle, a constant effort to do Your holy will; but may everything that is in me, both my misery and my strength, give praise to You, O Lord. (1740)
When I met with the Lord, I said to Him, "You are fooling me, Jesus; You show me the open gate of heaven, and again You leave me on earth." The Lord said to me, When, in heaven, you see these present days, you will rejoice and will want to see as many of them as possible. I am not surprised, My daughter, that you cannot understand this now, because your heart is overflowing with pain and longing for Me. Your vigilance pleases Me. Let My word be enough for you; it will not be long now.
And my soul found itself once again in exile. I lovingly united myself to the will of God, submitting myself to His gracious decrees. (1787)
Dailys - http://www.catholic-forum.com/e-pistle.html - Quote of the Day You know well enough that Our Lord does not look so much at the greatness of our actions, nor even at their difficulty, but at the love with which we do them -St. Therese
Today's Tidbit St. Therese is one of the patrons of missions. Although Therese never left the convent, she had a great desire to be a missionary and prayed fervently for missions. One of the reasons Therese was chosen as a patron of missions is to highlight the importance of praying for the success of missionaries.
MEDJUGORJE DAY BY DAY
These thoughts for a day are taken from a daily meditation book based on the Messages of Our Lady of Medjugorje by Father Richard J. Beyer, Ave Maria Press. Oct 1 - THE MONTH OF MARY
The Blessed Mother speaks of grace today:
Dear children, pray during this month. God has allowed me to help you everyday with graces, in order to protect you from evil. This month is mine. I would like to give it to you. Pray and God will give you the graces that you ask for. I will support your requests. (WM 10-25-84).
St. Paul also speaks of grace:
But the free gift is not like the trespass. For if the many died through the one man's trespass, much more surely have the grace of God and the free gift in the grace of the one man, Jesus Christ, abounded for the many (Romans 5:15).
The month of October is traditionally dedicated to the Mother of God, and parishes often honor her with votive Masses, community rosaries, and other special devotions. We are thankful that the effect or merit of these prayers are her special gift to us, for she says, "this is my month -- I want to give it to you."
In today's message she speaks several times of "grace," meaning "favor," the love or the magnanimity of God. Mary herself is often the mediator of this grace: "God allows me every day to help you with graces..." These cannot be earned, but are pure gifts: "But if the choice is by grace, it is not because of their works -- otherwise grace would not be grace" (Romans 11:6).
Although a gift, God always chooses to give his grace to all who ask. Our Lady says, "You just pray and God will give you the graces you are seeking." Other than this, the most important thing is to respond to the graces given: "As your fellow workers," St. Paul writes, "we beg you not to receive the grace of God in vain" (2 Cor 6:1).
Indeed, grace and works of charity are the heavenly treasure we are asked to store up instead of earthly wealth; in this task, we have the Blessed Virgin's words: "I will help along with it."
Let us pray that this Marian month of October will be a time of special grace for us as we honor the Queen of Peace, the bearer of God's grace.
Public Message Our Lady of Emmitsburg
To the World through Gianna Talone Sullivan September 7, 2008 The Vigil of the Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Dear little children, praised be Jesus!
Thank you, little ones, for praying with all your heart. In this world there will always be inequality of the poor and of the wealthy. But in the next world, God dwells in glory and in equality. What you do in this world, God will reward you according to your deeds in the next. At some point, all can be in glory with Him, but the main key to dwelling in His glory is spiritual poverty.
In all humility you must seek meekness and pray with a humble heart. In everything that you do, you must seek humility. Everything that you are gifted is a grace from God and is not of your doing. You alone can do nothing!
Those who are poor truly have the upper hand, and it leads more quickly to spiritual poverty. However, there are many wealthy; and these, my children, give in the benevolence of their work. But everything granted is a gift from God whether it is your health, your appearance, your financial means, or even your spiritual component. Everything is from God! If He took that gift from you, you would have nothing!
Live in humility now, so that in the next world you are rewarded more quickly this greater gift of reigning in glory with Jesus. A wonderful gift indeed, spiritual poverty, humility of heart! Pray, children. Pray with all your heart, and remember: Whether you are loved in this world or hated, if you are forgotten or if your good name is remembered, it does not matter because God knows. He will never forget you. He will always love you.
If you continue to pray with a humble heart, your name is chosen to be among all the saints where a seat in His Kingdom has been reserved for you. So seek only God; and give Him glory, for He loves you. And if you desire to give me a gift, the greatest gift you can give to me is to live in humility and do all your works in Love, for Love, and through Love—that being my Son.
Peace to you, as I bless you abundantly with the great gifts of Heaven and graces from the abode of my Son’s Most Sacred Heart.
Thank you for responding to my call.
Reflection by Fr. John B. Wang
On the eve of her birthday, our dear Mother helpfully specifies the greatest birthday gift we can give her: To live in HUMILITY and do everything in LOVE. Clearly in this message, the Immaculate Virgin Mary is echoing the biblical Beatitudes, “Blessed are the poor in spirit, for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
Blessed are the meek, for they will inherit the land.” Just as LOVE is the crown of the spiritual life, HUMILITY is its foundation. Together, love and humility form a ladder to heaven.
We must be humble for, in truth, we own nothing. Our Mother reminds us that everything we have has been freely given to us by God. We must be poor in spirit, for on our own we can do nothing. We are powerless and depend totally on God’s grace. Furthermore, attachment to worldly concerns ties us down to earth.
If we are poor in spirit, we are ready to fly to God. So pray for the gifts of HUMILITY, SPIRITUAL POVERTY, and LOVE. Ask to be guided by these precious virtues in our daily living.
LESSONS from Our Lord for the World Final Lesson
Lesson #30 (Final Lesson) In private chapel at home November 11-12, 1995, midnight RETURN TO GOD
My dear little one, if ever I wanted to stress upon My people the importance and significance of prayer, there would be no more opportune time than the present. I am not asking My people to give Me all of their undivided attention.
I am asking them to return back to God and to give even a little of their time in prayer and thanksgiving to My Father for all the wonders He gives to all people continuously and unconditionally. If all My people would pray daily even for a small amount of time, there would be peace and unity. Some of My beloved ones are praying, yet many are not.
If ALL would pray, there would be peace through love and mercy. I desire to give to My people all good things from above. I have given My words of love and My teachings in hope that My people will return to the Way of truth. The future is contingent upon prayer. Much can be mitigated through prayer.
My Father is merciful and kind, especially to the repentant sinner. Just as Nineveh was spared, so too can the world in which you live be spared. Love and mercy are key elements and virtues of the truth. My Father is tender and kind. He seeks the humble hearts and He is a patient God.
There is tremendous hope for the journey for all who desire to know and live the truth. I would like to continue to give My lessons to My people, but I have given My Word through the Scriptures, and I am still waiting for My people to live My Word. My Word is THE Word. It is already written. It has been available to My people for 2000 years. No new words will make any difference if My Word through Scripture is not practiced.
My beloved priests, bishops, cardinals, deacons, religious, nuns, and even Christian evangelicals and ministers may have studied My Word, but I have invited ALL My people of the world to live My Word. There comes a time, little one, when no additional words from Me will make any difference or make a greater impact on people. Those who desire My Word have it already. For those who do not desire to know My Word, then no other words from Me will change their hearts.
Pray for all people. Pray and love all people, even those who seem to be farthest away. Do not be afraid to pray for those who are your enemies. Do not harden your hearts, but walk through clouds of anger and bitterness and meet them with love, strength and mercy on the other side. There is no need to take justice into your own hands. There is no need to take prosecution to the full extent of the law.
What are needed are contrite hearts, merciful hearts, patient hearts, and hearts of compassion. Those who live My Word have hearts of love, mercy, patience and compassion. Those who do not live My Word have hearts of stone and live not in My world but in their own. You cannot serve two masters. Those who live by My Word of truth and love know that justice will be fulfilled at the hand of My Father.
You cannot say you are a child of God, a chosen people, and then through words and actions contradict the law of love as I have given it to you. If you pray, you will know the truth, for the least contradiction to loving would cause inner division, for love and hate are not able to be mixed.
I await My people to return to Love. This does not mean that man is perfect or will not fail. If that were the case, My death for love of you would have been in vain. It means that through prayer and humility in accepting yourself in failure, you are able to grow in holiness and reach the Kingdom through patience and the virtues dispensed from God. It does not mean that you are not to live by the law established by mankind for structure and organizational standards in society.
What is needed to return to God is to live in a world by the virtues of love and dignity, not revenge, resentment, or hatred. It is so necessary, little one, that My people return to Me soon, before it becomes any more difficult to change. The longer My people delay, the colder the heart becomes, more and more like stone. But prayer, love and mercy chip away at the stony heart, and soon enough purity radiates beneath all layers.
I am here, little one, for all people. I love all people. I died for all people, and I would die again if I could because of My love for all people.
Listen to the teachings of My Church. Listen to My Word and live it. Just take a few minutes to be with Me, to ponder My love in your life. I want to call all My people to Me. Return to God, My loved ones. Please return. Change the current path towards human destruction to one of love, peace, unity and life. Live in freedom through living the truth of My Word.
I shall not give any new words until My people begin to live My current words, for all is written. My Word will not change. It stands as is for I am the living Word. Those who live in Me live My Word. So many have chosen to walk away. Come, return to My love. Live My Word of truth. I love you, My beloved people. I am your Jesus of Mercy.
I am Love, and I have so much to give you, more than you could ever imagine. Come, come to Me. Return back to Me. Return to God. All I can ask of you and all I can invite you to is to RETURN TO GOD!
End of Lesson 30.
Words of God the Father for the World Current Release
The Words of God the Father through Gianna Talone Sullivan To the World September 8, 2008 The Feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary
Children of Humanity,
v As your Father and your God, I always invite you to come before Me with open arms, willing to receive and willing to give. My “Words” are for all peoples of all faiths. They are not for a select few.
Be careful how you judge; for even in the time of My Son, prophets were ridiculed and mocked. The ancestors of the Pharisees and Scribes washed their hands of the blood of the prophets; and then in turn, those who followed later wondered about the outcome. (Mt: 23:29-32)
Is it not the same today? If you can now wash your hands of the blood of My prophets who both listen and give, then who will be responsible for what comes later? Will there not still then be the same blood which you are now dismissing yourself from dealing with?
My Son said, “Woe to you!”—to those of you who now kill the prophets and then later try to redeem yourselves. Is that not hypocrisy? Can you not even live and learn from the past?
I have given you very much—My most treasured Son, the gift of the Holy Spirit to lead and guide you, and the most pure and Immaculate Mother, Mary. To what extent will you desecrate her, only to go ahead and lift up your own self? It would be most wise and prudent for you to look to her and learn, O’ you of little faith. Learn from her conviction, her devotion, her meekness, her kindness, her fidelity and loyalty to God, at all costs, living in Truth.
I am a patient God. I am a loving God. I have only wanted, from the inception and creation of time, for you to dwell in complete happiness and total freedom. It was through the hands of humans who bowed to evil that mankind was therefore thrown out of Paradise. That was not My doing.
Initially, life was created forever to be lived in Paradise. You now have that opportunity once again by avoiding temptation. Through your free will, you can reject evil and be the Truth and the Light through compassion, kindness, love and fidelity.
Nothing goes unnoticed. For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, you have been given a gift. If you drape a cloth of negligence over your eyes and block your ears from hearing the Truth, then your own fate is what you make of it; for you do not allow Mercy from Heaven. Justice and Peace shall meet; and all must be held accountable. It is best to surrender and to have nothing in this world than to lose everything in the next.
Your time, as you know it, is limited; for the body only survives so long. The soul will have to answer, and yet cries out for Justice. You have the complete control over your vices, your thoughts, your muscles, your words, what you see and what you hear, how you act, what you say, where you walk and what you do, what you receive and what you give, how you give and how you receive.
For those who have eyes to see and ears to hear, this is for you to behold. Peace.
SHORT POWERFUL PRAYER THROUGH ST. JOSEPH
"Glorious St. Joseph, tenderhearted father, faithful guardian of Jesus, chaste spouse of the Mother of God, I ask you to join me in praising God the Father through His Divine Son who died on the cross and rose again to give us sinners new life. Through the Holy Name of Jesus, pray with me that we may obtain from the eternal Father the favor we ask. (here state your intention)."
Say this prayer for nine consecutive days.
Fear not! God is your shelter (the 23rd Psalm and the Lord’s Prayer. God never fails. Don’t fail him. Call on Jesus. Jesus on the mainline, tell him what you want!
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