Saint Francis de Sales

January 23, 2019

St. Francis de Sales

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“The measure of love is to love without measure.”

Whenever the Church is threatened, the Lord raises up a Saint or two or brings about Miracles. In this instance, the Lord raised up two Saints, St. Francis de Sales, the Bishop of Geneva, a Doctor of the Church, and Founder of a Religious Order and St. Jane Frances de Chantal. He also gave us many Miracles, including the softening of men’s hearts.

The years 1567 through 1622 were not great years for Catholics in Switzerland. They were not especially good years for a bishop of the Catholic Church, in particular the Bishop of Geneva. For that task, the Lord had to search all over Heaven until He could find a special soul who would not only be capable of pastoring the people of God during the period of hell caused by John Calvin, but would be willing to take on the job. The soul who would be Francis de Sales was the perfect candidate. So the Lord blessed him, gave him special Angels to guide and protect him, covered him in the mantle of Mother Mary, and sent him on his way. He was to be the first of thirteen babies the Lord would give to this special family. But of all, this was the prize, given from the Lord.

The Angels delivered the future St. Francis de Sales to a beautiful château in what was called Thorens at that time, but today is just outside the breathtakingly city of Annecy, France, on Lake Geneva. He was born in a château on August 21, 1567. His family was part of the House of Savoie, which was a noble family in Europe. On the following day St. Francis was baptized in the Parish church of Thorens, and given the name Francis Bonaventure. His patron saint was the Little Poverello of Assisi. He was named after St. Francis and Bonaventure, another famous Franciscan and Doctor of the Church. [St. Bonaventure, Seraphic Doctor, was born just five years before St. Francis died, and followed in the Poverello’s footsteps.] The combination of qualities exemplified in Francis, who was all heart, and in Bonaventure, who was brilliant, were just the traits young Francis would need in his ministry for the Church, as he grew in body and spirit.

What were his parents thinking about for this, their first baby? Would he continue in the House of Savoie, taking care of the land, his heritage? Would Francis Bonaventure follow in the footsteps of his namesakes? Although we read that both parents were traditional Catholics, could they have had any idea what they were doing when they gave such powerful names to their newborn? Nothing is by coincidence, not even the naming of a child. Unless it is God’s Holy Coincidence.

The room in which he was born was known as St. Francis’ room, because of a painting in the room of the Saint preaching to the birds and the fishes. It was always young Francis’ favorite painting of his namesake, as was this his favorite room.

Francis was born prematurely, leaving him frail and delicate, physically challenged as a young child. But he was never Spiritually challenged. From his earliest childhood, he was unusually active and energetic. He was a product of Home Schooling in his early years. His mother kept his education in her own hands, aided by a tutor, Abbé Déage, a local priest who was very learned. As Francis grew, this priest became his tutor, traveling with him everywhere during his youth. Beautiful traits were instilled in him by the Lord, who guided his mother in his upbringing his entire life. He was obedient and truthful no matter what the consequences. In addition, he was a voracious reader; he devoured every book he could get. He was very eager to learn. The Lord was gearing him up for a mighty job and he couldn’t begin too soon.

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January 21, 2019

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Day of Recollection Set at Holy Family Mission

January 18, 2019

Holy Family Mission

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“Poor Souls in Purgatory”

and Memorial Mass for Bob and Penny Lord

With Msgr. Scott Marczuk

And Deacon Steve Mallett

Thursday, February 14, 2019        1:00 to 6:00 pm

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Are you using your Guardian Angel?

January 16, 2019

Pope John XIII often would ask his Guardian Angel to go to the Guardian Angel of someone he was going to meet with to soften his heart before the meeting.

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Are we ignoring the value and importance of our Guardian Angel?  #angels

Bob and Penny gave us these insights into the Angels in their book Heavenly Army of Angels.

Envision in your mind’s eye, a pitch black sky.  As far as the eye can see, there is not the tiniest glimmer of light.  All is dark!  Then, in an instant, without warning, the entire sky is ablaze with hundreds of thousands of small lights which form a massive sphere of brilliance.  The brightness of that light reaches out to every corner of the earth.  Gone is the darkness.  All is light!  That is our own vision of how the Angels may have been created.  In what is humanly referred to as the blink of an eye, the Angels were.  God anticipated the creation of man.  In His great benevolence, He knew we would need help from above, and so in less than an instant, the Angels were created.

God is so good.  He knows how little of our brains we use.  We cannot possibly understand His Ways.  God knows we could not comprehend the concept of Angels as invisible beings.  We have to see Angels to understand them.  So, for us, when they are manifested in human forms, He gives them powerful, muscular bodies, with gentle, beautiful feminine faces.  He incorporates the best of male and female and puts all of it into one form.  He gives them wings, for strength, speed and majesty.  But the decision as to whether they have wings, or take on the appearance of cherubs, or mighty soldiers, none of that has anything to do with us.  We don’t determine it, and it really is not for us to conjecture.  God makes those decisions.  If we decide whether God can give Angels wings, or cannot give them wings, or muscular bodies, or whatever, we limit His power and abilities.  And I don’t think God is going to put up with too much of that.  We cannot lose our perspective of who is the Creator, and who are the created.

There was such an important reason for the creation of Angels.  He made them a significant part of our lives.  He gave them power to help us through this journey to Heaven.  They’re there by our side at the drop of a hat.  And yet, we don’t use them.  A common expression today is, “Take the Angels off the unemployment line.”  We have either forgotten about them, lost faith in the ability of the Angels to help us, or are too embarrassed by our peers to mention Angels, fearing we’ll be ridiculed as old-fashioned.  Many of us have joined the ever-growing number of people searching for a better mousetrap.  We’re in the age of progress; there has to be something better, more powerful, more helpful, in the latest bag of tricks offered us by the world.  What our Faith has given us down through the centuries is the same old thing.  But it works!  If it isn’t broken, don’t fix it!

St. Paul went right to the heart of our belief in Angels, and the battle for our souls, when he warned his followers,

“Put on the armor of God, that you may be able to stand against the wiles of the devil.  For our wrestling is not against flesh and blood, but against the Principalities and the Powers, against the world rulers of this present darkness, against the spiritual forces of wickedness on high.”

Paul was one of the most brilliant men our Church has ever known.  He never wasted words on niceties, when it was important to get to the heart of a subject.  But he also didn’t go out of his way to antagonize people, unless he had a strong purpose.  Why would he make this statement, he, who’d had visions of Heaven, who was so close to Jesus and the Angels, if it were not true?  We find it so easy today to dismiss the notion of Angels and devils.  We categorize demons as psychological.  A Catholic priest, chairman of the Theology department of a major American Catholic University,

Was Paul a seer?  Did one of his Angels bring this atrocious attack against our beliefs to Paul, two thousand years ago, so he could warn us (in Ephesians 6: 11-12) about these blasphemies which are so chic and sophisticated today?  Did he know that the day would come when his very words would be contradicted and held up to ridicule by those who are supposed to be on our side?  Can you picture St. Paul, one of the most brilliant men our Church has ever known, being reduced to a first century witch doctor?  What do the illustrious theologians of this final decade of the twentieth century, have to say about St. Augustine, St. Thomas Aquinas, St. Anthony of Padua, St. John of the Cross, St. Bonaventure, and all the other Doctors of the Church, who always admitted to having used the teachings of St. Paul as a basis for their own writings?

We were giving a talk in a small southern town.  The hostess had asked her brother to introduce us.  He opened his remarks by saying, “I like what I read in Bob and Penny Lord’s books.  I’ve been to their talks, and they remind me of things my second grade teacher, Sister Mary Regina taught us as children.”  We thanked the man for his generous comments, but shared with the group present, we don’t mean to talk like Sister Mary Regina did forty years ago, just for the sake of bringing you down the path of Memory Lane.  The only reason, our master of ceremonies mentioned that our comments are reminiscent of something his grade school teacher might have said, is because he doesn’t hear these things any more.  And that’s sad!  We don’t try to bring you back to another time.  We’re re-focusing on values that should never have been given up.  We’re not trying to go backward.  We’re trying to steel up for what’s ahead.

The gifts of power the Lord gave us, and continues to give us, should not be categorized as simply childhood memories.  They are current, as modern and touchable as the Word, itself.  We are the losers when we allow ourselves to be influenced by respected scholars who would put these gifts on the back burner, or infer mockingly that they are throwbacks to a less informed, less scientifically based medieval church who needed magic and symbols to survive.  Demons have been replaced by neuroses.  That is certainly Satan’s joke.  And he’s laughing very loudly.  If there are no demons, well then, naturally, there can be no Angels!  Then, is there a God?

But there are so many gifts the Lord has given us, to help us through this journey, this pilgrimage to the Kingdom.  And one of the greatest aids we have, is the gift of the Angels.  However, very few know anything about them.  Don’t feel bad.  I never knew anything about them!  Oh, I always knew there were Angels.  They have been a part of my Catholic upbringing for as far back as I can remember.  I said the Guardian Angel prayer on and off until I was about eight or nine years old.  I’m sure the good Nuns told us stories about the Angels in grammar school.  But I never really thought anything about Angels.  They were there, but they didn’t mean anything to me.  It took me until I was almost forty years old to realize how important the Angels are, how much power the Lord has given them, and how they are literally there to help us get through this pilgrimage of life.

It began on a Labor Day weekend party in 1975.  Penny and I went to a friend’s house for a barbecue.  We had returned to the Church in January of that year, after having left for over three years.  Our life was now very exciting.  Church was the major focus of everything we did.  We surrounded ourselves with members of our Parish, who felt the same way we did about Church, Marriage and Family.

We had gone on a Marriage Encounter weekend in May 1975, which had changed our lives.  The very next month, Fr. Chuck Gallagher and 2,000 couples left for a pilgrimage to Lourdes and Rome.  Penny and I just couldn’t come up with the $500 each it cost to go, and so we missed it.  But when they came back and shared the glory, and the majesty, and the excitement of our Church, through their experiences in Lourdes and Rome, Penny and I vowed the next year, we would go on our own pilgrimage, even if we had to hock everything to get the money.

So we really looked forward to this Labor Day party.  A cousin of the host had been to Europe, and he was going to tell us about some of the shrines he had visited.  He began by sharing about Padre Pio and San Giovanni Rotondo, in Italy.  Now, we had never heard of either Padre Pio, or San Giovanni Rotondo, but we listened intently as he explained about this Franciscan Capuchin priest who had the Stigmata of Jesus for fifty years of his priesthood.  We were completely overwhelmed by the miracles and spiritual gifts attributed to Padre Pio.  So we decided, on the spot, that we would visit San Giovanni Rotondo.

Sort of as an aside, the cousin of our host mentioned that just about ten miles from San Giovanni Rotondo was the cave of St. Michael the Archangel.  In 490 A.D., Michael had appeared in that cave, and claimed the cave and the mountain for himself and the Heavenly Hosts of Angels.  We will go into more detail on the cave of St. Michael in a later chapter.  That was the first mention of an Angel I had heard since my childhood, when Sister Dolores used to tell us stories about the Angels.  But I hadn’t even thought about Angels since I “grew up”.  After having heard about the cave, Penny and I looked excitedly at each other.  We decided we would visit there, too.

This was the beginning of my love affair with the Angels.  I had to know more about them.  I began reading books on the Angels, everything and anything I could get.  When Penny and I began our sixteen years of pilgrimages, we visited every shrine known to man, that had anything to do with an Angel.  In 1976, we visited the Cave of St. Michael in Italy.  In 1977, we visited the Mountain of St. Michael in France.  We found out that St. Michael was the Patron Saint of Belgium.  It went on and on.  I photographed every Angel I could find, from the great Bernini Angels in St. Peter’s Basilica, to little cherub Angels in the Church of the Immaculate Conception in downtown Los Angeles.

Little by little, the Lord has been revealing to us the role of the Angels in our lives, the power they have been given by God, how much they want to help us.  I like to call the Angels our cousins.  I’m not sure if that’s Biblical, or liturgically correct, but I feel such a closeness to them, I believe they are directly related to us.

I need to feel the power that I know the Lord has given the Angels.  I need to feel it in a physical way.  I love to drive on the highway on a windy, cloudy day, and see what I like to call sculptures in cloud, images of Angels following my car, protecting me.  I can see their great wingspan, the majestic flow of their bodies as they move through the sky.  We’re in a time when hope, morals, all the values we have held dear, are being smashed against the rocks, destroyed, in order to make way for a new world order, a new age that will send us right down to the bowels of hell.  I need to know that there is strength, there is power, there is hope for me and my family and my church.  The Angels, from the sweet little cherubs to the mighty warriors, their muscles rippling, their swords drawn and ready, are just one more way Our Lord tells us loud and clear that He is in charge; He is with us always; He has not left us orphans.

We want to share that gift with you.  We believe you need it as much as we do, and as much as we want to share it with you.  But don’t keep it to yourselves.  We’re in a time when the power and availability of the Angels, to help us get through the rough periods, to counsel and comfort us when we need it, and to finally escort us to meet Our Lord and Our Lady when our time comes, must be shared.  You’ve got to get out there and spread the word.  Share some of the stories we’re going to tell you in this book.

You know what the most frustrating part of all this is?  We have this real urgency to impress on you how powerful the Angels are in our lives.  We use all kinds of poetic language to stress this point, but it just doesn’t seem to be enough.  For those of you who have followed our writings, in the past two years, we have been stressing power, the power the Lord gives us.  We have written about powerful men and powerful women; now we’re writing about an Army of Angels.  Can you see the point the Lord is trying to make through all of this?  He wants you and me to understand the power He has given us, because we’re going to need it, especially in this last decade of the second millennium, what may possibly be the end times.

We don’t really expect to fully understand, in our lifetime, the full nature or role of the Angels.  But we know what we know.  We can feel, deep down inside of us, how crucial it is that we reach out to the Angels now for help.  The Lord has given them to us; we must use them.

We’re in a time when everything we have ever held sacred, is being taken away from us in a very sinister, subtle, organized way.  That’s the enemy’s modus operandi, subtle and sinister.  And we’re falling for it.  It’s crept into our churches, our seminaries, our schools, our homes.  We are all becoming victims of a ravenous hunger for knowledge, cleverly packaged for human consumption, with a promise to prove everything beyond a shadow of a doubt, or it does not exist.  Faith has gone out the window.  Either prove it or get rid of it.  Tradition is dwindling.  Show it to me on television, or on a printout sheet, a hard copy, or on a digital display.  We’re being overpowered by technology.

We’re told the concept of Angels is ridiculous.  “Give me a break.  Get out of the middle ages.  Forget that witchcraft.  Get into the twentieth century.”  We defend the Angels with the fact that Angels are mentioned in just about every other page of Scripture.  We ask, almost afraid of the answer, “You do believe in Scripture, don’t you?”  So the next attack is on Scripture.  It’s taken Satan two thousand years to build up enough false courage to attack the credibility of Sacred Scripture.  But he’s out to destroy everything that makes us a church, and a people.  The latest heresy is, Jesus didn’t say the words that are in the Gospels.  The Gospel writers put the words into his mouth!  Can you understand why we contend it’s so important that we have a strong Army to protect us?  We’re not only getting clobbered from the bad guys, and the world; now we’re getting it from the good guys, our own.  We pray to the Angels to give us the words to say, that will touch your heart, and compel you to turn in the direction of the Angels, for strength.  They function best when they have a strong prayer cover.  You must be a prayer warrior to give them the power they need to help you.  But before you can do any of that, you must get to know them.

Get to know your cousins, and your very best friends, God’s Angels.  Find out who they are, what their role in Salvation history has been, how they fit into your life, and form a part of your life, how you can accomplish great things for God and yourself, how you can turn it all around, to the point of being able to change the course of history, by appealing to your Angels for help.  Learn how you are not hopeless or helpless.  You have strength; you have power; you have family and friends in God’s Heavenly Army of Angels.

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The Saints reveal the road to Happiness!

January 15, 2019

The Saints

Bob and Penny Lord wrote this about the Saint in the introduction on Saints, Maligned, Misunderstood and Mistreated. Very timely.

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We believe the Saints are so powerful, and their heroic contribution so great, we want to focus on them and their lives.  As some of them are new to many of you, we believe you will be happily surprised to learn about such heroes in our Church.

As we have said so many times before, our Church is perfect – perfect because she was founded by the Perfect One – Jesus Christ.  Our Church is precious, more precious than the most beautiful, costly diamond in the world; because the cost was, and continues to be so high – higher than any price ever paid for a priceless jewel.  And why is she so precious?  What was the cost?  Our Church flowed from the very Heart of Jesus, pierced out of love for us.  

We are told that the Church is nourished by the blood of the martyrs.  But there are many types of martyrs, many who lived and died for Mother Church – the Names of Jesus and Mary on their lips.  Many of those Saints you will read about could have touched the world without being part of Mother Church, could have been accepted by the world solely by their merits.  Then why did they choose to serve God, often suffering the malignant slings of slander, the judgments of those who misunderstood them and mistreatment at the hands of those they trusted?  Why?  The answer can be found in any Catholic Church – in the Tabernacle – on the Altar during any Holy Mass.  It is He, Our Savior, Who is with us, as He promised, to the end of time.  It is He Who is in the Church He founded, never leaving her an orphan, as He promised.  This Savior stole their hearts and they would never be the same – suffering any cost, any wounds, any attacks – all for the Mother (Church) they fell in love with, as their hearts were being won by her Founder.

We are told that many of the great writers or artists, for that matter, were not accepted in their lifetime.  Then why did they do it?  We believe the answer can be found in the lives of the Saints you will be reading about, because they were compelled to; there was a wind at their backs propelling them forward to their writing pads or canvases.  The best way to explain why they chose the path they did is to go to Hebrews 11:13,  “All of these (Saints) died in faith.  They did not obtain what had been promised but saw and saluted it from afar.”  For us, the key words here are “…saw and saluted it from afar.”  They trusted in God; they had Faith in God, and while possibly everyone else in the world let them down, He did not disappoint them.

There is a love story that has to be told.  For us, the love story is about Mother Church, her founder Jesus Christ, His Mother Mary, all the Saints and the Angels.  They are like photos on the wall, or in an album, that have no meaning unless they are shared.

We want to shout from the roof tops, from the mountain peaks – We are in love!  And because we are  in love, we write.  And because they were in love, they served Jesus through Mother Church, without looking at the end of the story, without any promises, sometimes lonely and forsaken – always faithful.

The greatest betrayals, the ones that wound the most, are the attacks from within the family.  We, who are part of the Body of Christ, are part of a large beautiful family.  Only sometimes members of the family forget to look into the mirror Jesus holds up to all of us and they give in to the traps of the world; the result – good people doing bad things.  Now, don’t get us wrong.  We are not excusing or downplaying the iniquities suffered by our Saints, at the hands of those who promised to be faithful and lost their ways.  Nor are we judging those who inflicted the mortal wounds borne by our Saints.  Sometimes, even for us, as writers, it is hard to separate the act from the actor.  If we looked at the guilty, with the loving Eyes of Jesus, most likely we would see those who have fallen, as they once were, full of innocence and dedication – commitment and truth their standard.  Sadly they forgot that the deeds that man does live after him.

Get to know the Saints.  Get inside their souls.  Let them influence you on your Journeys of Faith  They are there for you; they will help you; they will take you gently by the hand and walk you right past St. Peter through the Pearly Gates, to the Kingdom of God.  And you will at last be with Family.  You will be Home!  Come!  Let us begin!

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The Holy Eucharist is the Heart of our Church

January 11, 2019

The Holy Eucharist, the Bread of Life,  is the Heart of Our Church.

Jesus came to us in Bethlehem in a Manger. Bethlehem is known as the city of bread and the Manger is derived from the latin word meaning to eat.

Archbishop Fulton Sheen wrote in his book , Remade for Happiness that we do not consume the Eucharist, rather we are consumed by the Eucharist.

For centuries Jesus has been trying to draw us in a closer relationship to His Heart.

The Miracle of the Eucharist of Lanciano #lanciano is a slice of a Heart. 

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Miracle of the Eucharist of Lanciano

The miracle of Lanciano that occurred in 700 was just the beginning.  That was 1250 years ago.  Had that miracle taken place, and then the flesh and blood disintegrated, as would have been normal, the miracle would have been none the less a miracle.  The priest’s faith had been renewed.  The entire town, the whole country for that matter, became aware of the miracle. Pilgrims flocked to Lanciano to venerate the Host turned flesh.  Belief in the Eucharist had been reborn.  The gift from the Lord was complete.

But that’s not all.  The Miracle is ongoing. The Host-turned- Flesh, and the wine-turned-Blood, without the use of any form of preservative, is still present in the reliquary.  In 1574, testing was done on the Flesh and Blood.  An unexplainable phenomenon was discovered with the Blood.  The five pellets of coagulated Blood are different sizes and shapes.  But any combination weighs the same as the total.  In other words, 1 weighs the same as 2, 2 weigh the same as 3, and 3 weigh the same as 5.

How many tests have been made over the years, how many times Our Dear Lord Jesus allows Himself to be prodded and cut, examined under microscopes, and photographed.  The most recent, an extensive scientific research done in 1970, used the most modern scientific tools available.  The results of the tests are as follows:

– THE FLESH IS REAL FLESH.  THE BLOOD IS REAL BLOOD.

– THE FLESH CONSISTS OF THE MUSCULAR TISSUE OF THE HEART   (MYOCARDIUM)

– THE FLESH AND BLOOD BELONG TO THE HUMAN SPECIES.

– THE FLESH AND BLOOD HAVE THE SAME BLOOD TYPE (AB)

– IN THE BLOOD, THERE WERE FOUND PROTEINS IN THE SAME NORMAL   PROPORTIONS AS ARE FOUND IN THE SERO-PROTEIC MAKE UP OF FRESH,   NORMAL BLOOD.

– IN THE BLOOD, THERE WERE ALSO FOUND THESE MINERALS: CHLORIDES,   PHOSPHOROUS, MAGNESIUM, POTASSIUM, SODIUM AND CALCIUM.

– THE PRESERVATION OF THE FLESH AND OF THE BLOOD, WHICH WERE LEFT   IN THEIR NATURAL STATE FOR TWELVE CENTURIES (WITHOUT ANY CHEMICAL   PRESERVATIVES) AND EXPOSED TO THE ACTION OF ATMOSPHERIC AND   BIOLOGICAL AGENTS, REMAINS AN EXTRAORDINARY PHENOMENON.

Continue to learn about the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the peace that is beyond all understanding that comes from Devotion to His Sacred Heart.  Possibly, the longest Journey of Faith is from the head to the heart. 

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January 10, 2019

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