Greetings in Jesus and Mary...
Hope all are well.....to start...tomorrow is the feast of St. John of the Cross which means that all Carmelites are asked to fast today in order to celebrate his feast!
Update on Fr Dan, the priest that I had asked for prayers more than a week ago. He is doing better but still in the hospital...he came close to being released yesterday because he is no longer positive and his oxygen levels are better.....but suddenly they are keeping him for an infection and more testing. Please keep him in prayer that he may be home by this Thursday.
Today would be a great day to start a Novena to Our Lady for the cause of the December 1st Supreme Court ruling on a case related to Roe v. Wade. (links below) I encourage you to not only pray a novena but also to check around your community and see if there are peaceful protests at local government buildings to also pray a public rosary. This is very efficacious! We have one local near here at noon on that day! I am posting a link below to the Novena to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal since we are near the feast day of Nov. 27th and many miracles have occurred. You may also choose to start an early (or long) novena in honor of Our Lady of Guadalupe.
I have also included a link regarding Fr. Ripperger's comment that "Satan's Time is Running Short". This is something all of us want to hear. It shows in the mayhem we see around the world....frantic choas going on everywhere because he knows time runs short! The most important part of this article is the comment he makes to all of us as to how to prepare......
Asked how laymen could prepare themselves “to really hunker down and engage in this battle,” Ripperger replied that Catholics ought to keep themselves “under Our Lady’s mantle, having a strong devotion to her, asking her protection.”
Take care and God bless all of you through the prayers and intercession of our Good Queen and Mother!
Bernadette Porter is a Traditional Catholic, a wife of 41 years with 6 adult home-schooled children and 5 grandchildren. A sincere devotion to Mary, the Mother of God leads me to want to share "The Church's best kept secret" - Mary!