Today is the seventh day of the month and I would like to keep my promise to dedicate the seventh day of each month in a special way to our Heavenly Father’s message to Madre Eugenia Ravasio[i]. Why?
There is a simple explanation:
So far I have not found a comparable scripture outside the biblical revelation which conveys the love of our heavenly Father for us human beings as invitingly as these few pages which our heavenly Father communicates to Madre Eugenia in an apparition. Read More
Judas has completed his betrayal and Jesus is taken captive. This happens after the Lord in Gethsemane has received the suffering from the Father’s hand and has said His yes to all that now lay before Him.
A yes that went through fear and pain of death; a yes, after he had asked his father that this cup should pass him by (cf. Mt 26:39-44); a yes of total surrender to the Father; a yes out of love for us humans.Read More
Preliminary remark: I created these meditations 2018, so they are repetitions. At that time the present painful situation was not yet foreseeable. That is why there are formulations which refer to the normal course of the Holy Masses.Read More
The betrayal of God, at the price of unjust mammon! How often does that happen?
How often do people sell themselves for mammon, for their honor, their disorderly lust, their power…
Thirty pieces of silver they gave to Judas and knew that blood was on this money. But it was not only the blood of a man, which would be bad enough! No, it was the blood of the Son of God; that blood which saves them. It was the blood of the Lamb, which was given away for the world. They paid the traitor. Read More
Having said this, Jesus was deeply disturbed and declared, ‘In all truth I tell you, one of you is going to betray me.’ The disciples looked at each other, wondering whom he meant. The disciple Jesus loved was reclining next to Jesus; Simon Peter signed to him and said, ‘Ask who it is he means,’ so leaning back close to Jesus’ chest he said, ‘Who is it, Lord?’ Jesus answered, ‘It is the one to whom I give the piece of bread that I dip in the dish.’ Read More
Six days before the Passover, Jesus went to Bethany, where Lazarus was, whom he had raised from the dead. They gave a dinner for him there; Martha waited on them and Lazarus was among those at table. Mary brought in a pound of very costly ointment, pure nard, and with it anointed the feet of Jesus, wiping them with her hair; the house was filled with the scent of the ointment. Read More
I have set aside the 7th of each month for the Father’s Message through Madre Eugenia, which is recognised by the Church and which I always highly recommend (can be found here: https://www.fatherspeaks.net/eugenia_msg.html). Unfortunately I missed it last month and will make up for it later in the year.Read More
First of all, I would like to thank the Lord and St. Agnes for bringing the story so close to us through the ministry of Harpa Dei. Perhaps some of us can repeat for ourselves the words that are put into the mouth of St. Ambrose at the end: “This girl has captivated me, she has conquered my heart.”