QUEEN OF PEACE

QUEEN OF PEACE

Thursday, December 31, 2015

Are you memory“ing” your transition from 2015 to 2016?

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December 31, 2015 A.D.

 

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December 31, 2015 A.D.

Are you memory“ing” your transition from 2015 to 2016?
 
Caritas Community New Years 2014

Caritas Community New Years 2014/2015 at the Cross on Penitentiary Mountain, sending up their prayers by lighting sky lanterns, and watching their prayers and the lanterns go up to the heavens...

Every year, the Caritas Community gathers in prayer to transition in the new year. This is a tradition that the founder of Caritas began with his family before the Community was started. When you gather for a holy purpose, you not only receive the grace of prayer, but, God also gives you joy, for you will never experience togetherness like you can when you gather for a holy reason in prayer. It is like Medjugorje visionary Ivan said about prayer groups, a principle that is true for any relationship, that you grow closer to each other by praying together, than by talking to each other.

While many spend their New Year's eve in party“ing” in a worldly way, Our Lady is showing in Her messages to be memory“ing” these moments in prayer. Our Lady of Medjugorje said on December 31, 1984:
 
“When you hear the bells at midnight, you will fall on your knees, bow your head to the ground so that the King of Peace will come. This year I will offer my peace to the world. But afterwards, I will ask you where you were when I offered you my peace.”

We are being offered Mercy this year. Tonight, New Year's Eve, in this Year of Mercy, think of when 2016 ends. Will you have memoried this evening tonight in a holy way? The founder of Caritas, his family and the Caritas Community will be remembering all of you in prayer tonight as we memory this moment together in prayer and love.
 
In the Love of Our Lady,
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Katie
Wisconsin, Wisconsin - USA
Although we will likely not make it to midnight, we will be in unity with Caritas, saying our rosary together for peace and Our Lady's intentions for all. Hugs to the Community from your 'family' in WI. Katie and Pat

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