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October 2009: Holy Father’s Prayer Intentions

October 1st, 2009 · 3 Comments

General: That Sunday may be lived as the day on which Christians gather to celebrate the risen Lord, participating in the Eucharist.

Mission: That the entire People of God, to whom Christ entrusted the mandate to go and preach the Gospel to every creature, may eagerly assume their own missionary responsibility and consider it the highest service they can offer humanity.

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  • 1 TexasHeather // Oct 23, 2009 at 8:17 am

    This is a timely mandate/intention for me. I just had an urge to find your blog again, and this was what I found, what I needed today. Hmm. Me-thinks perhaps ’twas not coincidence, ya think?

  • 2 Dawn // Oct 25, 2009 at 4:09 pm

    Sorry to bug you with this but I was wondering if you think it is possible to visibly see people in purgatory? I purchased an iphone app called Ghost Caller and while using it I was literally able to see ghosts all around my bedroom. I’m betting these were people in purgatory but I’m not sure. I invited some of my friends over to use the program as well (to make sure I wasn’t crazy) and they saw the beings throughout the room as well. Could you try it out and let me know what you think?

  • 3 Sister Spitfire // Oct 25, 2009 at 6:53 pm

    @ TexasHeather….good to see you! As you can see the blog has been pretty quiet. Mostly because they actually expect me to study and write papers and stuff at school. Sigh. Maybe I’ll post the homilies I am writing for class and call it blogging.

    @Dawn….I’m pretty sure that God does not have a contract with iPhone to send ghosts for “Ghost Caller.” I don’t know what you saw but I know that fooling around with the supernatural is dangerous indeed. I think that even if I had an iPhone (and I don’t) I would not be inclined to invite supernatural interaction of any sort with that app. I believe strongly that God does indeed send supernatural messengers when we need it, Sacred Scripture certainly testifies to that. However, I do think it is very important to note that God SENDS these messengers and messages and that they are not called or sought. Seeking such interaction is a violation of the commandments.

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