On Sunday, July 19th, members of Legion of Mary and Prayers For Life visited residents of Medford Rehabilitation and Nursing Center to give out red roses, Sacramental medals, American flags, and to say prayers together. This is the second nursing home visit organized by the groups, and a third visit is planned to cover all […]
July 24, 2020
It’s been several months since we received from a courier a new message from Sr. Sasagawa, and the world has seen great upheaval since then. And the story continues to receive steady attention. One reader writes in regarding the translation we provided for the new message: I offer an improved translation of part of the […]
July 14, 2020
On Sunday, July 12th, in the sweltering heat, the spiritual activist group “Prayers For Life” led a Rosary procession down High Street to Medford’s City Hall. Once at City Hall, the group was joined by Fr Henry, who gave a “strong” blessing for the spiritual well-being of the city and the nation. Participants carried signs, […]
July 13, 2020
Have you ever thought that these four soil are four aspects of your own life? If you look at the Lord’s explanation of the soil, it becomes possible to personalize the four soils.
July 12, 2020
There’s so much good that America does in the world, and its important to say that, and remind ourselves of that. And at the same time, there’s too much to be done, and that is why we go to Jesus with all that weighs us down.
July 5, 2020
Members of the Prayers For Life apostolate gathered on Corpus Christi Sunday, June 14th, in the parking outside of the outside of the Courtyard Nursing Home with images of Our Lady of America and the Divine Mercy to pray the Rosary as part of an effort to lift the spirits of those staying at nursing […]
June 17, 2020
Members of the Legion of Mary, a group of Marian devotees, stationed themselves near the entrance of Hornell Stadium in Medford MA, where the protests were held on Friday, June 5th, 2020, to pray for the spiritual healing of America. On Thursday, members of the group sprinkled Exorcised Salt around some areas of the stadium, […]
June 6, 2020
Racism is an ugly symptom. It’s a component and a distinct quality that comprises a much larger problem that’s growing all around us today: Evil. As a lawyer we are trained to get to the heart of the issue as quickly as possible for our clients. And when possible, to resolve “the whole” of their […]
June 3, 2020
The Corona virus is an evil which has caused every people on every continent mind-blowing quandaries and herein pours Christ’s mercy and love. When I jumped in my car I was immediately engaged by Mother Angelica, who said “Jesus Christ pours out His Blessings during hardships and tears…Look for His Blessings.” We are children of hope. […]
May 29, 2020
In a certain sense we are all leaders. We have leadership in the church, in society. Political leadership. Society leadership at different levels. Today’s liturgy is the opportunity to learn from the style of leadership of Jesus. The contrast is very stark. The sheep represent dependency, absolute vulnerability. The sheep are the ones that cannot […]
May 3, 2020
We embark on the journey to Emmaus which is the journey to nowhere. But it is precisely at that point when we are sinking, when nowhere is better than this place, the point of going to nowhere, that the Risen Lord enters the story.
April 26, 2020
In the popular lore of America, George Washington remains the pivotal figure in the foundation of the identity of America, and the idea of the Republic being one nation under God, and being one of prayer, is not without critics. Similarly contested is a story of George Washington at Valley Forge, where he received a […]
April 25, 2020
This second Sunday of Easter has matured in our spiritual consciousness as Divine Mercy Sunday. In the second reading of this liturgy, St. Peter praises God, who has given us, thanks to His mercy, a new birth. God’s mercy is a birthing process. It’s like a mother bringing forth a new baby. When Peter writes […]
April 19, 2020
For many Catholics, these Sacraments are not presently available. However, what better tribute would it be to pay to God’s Mercy than to trust that Jesus is not hindered by any circumstance from visiting a soul who appeals to His Mercy?
April 19, 2020
When considering the new message from Sr. Agnes, Father Heilman offered the following commentary: I’ve been doing very strict fasts since we got [the story of the new message]. I’m taking this very seriously, and we’re trying to do our best to call out to God as the people of Nineveh did, because, you know, […]
April 9, 2020
Tom Caffrey is a co-host, along with Dan Duddy, of The 13th Apostle, which airs on WQPH every Saturday at 11:30 AM. Tom recently contracted the COVID-19 Coronavirus along with members of his family. He shared about this difficult trial on this past Saturday’s show (April 4th), and he graciously agreed to the following interview… […]
April 6, 2020
This Sunday, we celebrate what our Christian tradition calls Palm Sunday, which is the start of Holy Week. St Paul writes to us in his Letter to the Romans: “But what proves that God loves us is that Christ died for us while we were still sinners. Having died to make us righteous, is it […]
April 5, 2020
The Gospel of this Sunday presents us with the resuscitation of Lazarus, which is very different from the resurrection of Jesus. The former, Lazarus, dies again, as is evident from the text itself: “Meanwhile a large number of Jews heard that he (Jesus) was there and came not only on account of Jesus but also […]
March 29, 2020
What meaning can we make of the present situation of anxiety, fright and almost near sense of hopelessness about the present and the future? In precis, the lingering question is that of evil: What meaning can we make about the suffering of the innocent? What sense can we make of the evil of the coronavirus?
March 22, 2020
Since we published the story about the new message Sister Agnes received from her angel there has been no shortage of questions raised. The first round related to our credibility as a news source, which is fair, and we have offered a reply. More inquiries have been made recently for an update from Sister Agnes […]
March 22, 2020