Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Prayer of Consecration to the Divine Will

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November 28, 2012


(Mat 6:9-10) Thus therefore shall you pray: Our Father who art in heaven, hallowed be thy name. Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done on earth as it is in heaven.


LINKPrayer of Consecration to the Divine Will

 Frank Rega: His Eminence Archbishop Pichierri, who is responsible for Luisa Piccarreta's cause, rejects the claim that there are doctrinal errors in her writings. Further, not only is it not prohibited to spread the knowledge of her life and of her writings, but it is desirable to do so. 

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VIA Rev. Joseph Leo Iannuzzi:


Hello friends, As many of you know, yesterday at the Vatican Pontifical University, and for the first time, a doctoral dissertation on the collected writings of the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta was successfully defended and approved unanimously. This marks the beginning of a beautiful chapter in the annals of the Church. It is noteworthy that this work will be published and distributed far and wide.

To those who have supported this undertaking that took no less than 10 years of assiduous study and consultation with the very best Vatican professors of dogmatic and mystical theology, your prayers and sacrifices near and far have made this all possible. As for the doctoral defense of Rome, in all honesty, it could not have gone better. In attendance were several monks and the rector of the college in Rome where I live, university dottorandi, as well friends from Rome. After a 1 hour and 40 minute doctoral presentation that included questions from Vatican professors of various disciplines on the doctrines in Luisa's "original text" and the doctrines of Tradition and the Magisterium, the professors asked all to kindly exit the aula so that the professors might deliberation and come to an official verdict. After a few minutes, the president of the theological team of Vatican professors invited back into the aula those in attendance. The Vatican professors then pronounced their unanimously approval my dissertation on the collected writings of the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, and conferred upon me the title, "Sacrae Theologiae Doctor", which reads in English, "Doctor of Sacred Theology" (S.T.D.).

To my unawares, the entire defense of my doctoral dissertation was recorded and photographed by one of the monks, who informed so after the defense. I am in the process of obtaining this recording. I wish to emphasize that this dissertation is not my effort only, but that of all those who through their prayers and support have assisted in this undertaking for the greater glory of God. Having said this, I wish to share with those of you who have indeed contributed to this dissertation the following, as it is an applause not to my, but to all of you. During the defense, one of the Vatican professors applauded what was referred to as, my "courageous effort in the daunting task of having translated in this dissertation into English Luisa's works even before the critical edition has come out", and for having "successfully demonstrated a link between Luisa's writings on the early ecumenical councils, and patristic and scholastic theology". May God bless you and may the Holy Spirit breathe forth upon this generation the gift of Living in the Divine Will, for the time of the reign of the Kingdom of the Supreme Fiat is upon us all.

In Domino, + Rev. Joseph Leo Iannuzzi

Thoughts and Sayings of Saint Margaret Mary: Love of God

29. Love Him with all your strength, think always of Him, let Him do with you, in you and for you, whatever He wills, and do not be anxious about anything else.

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