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“Am I not here Who Am your Mother?” She said to little Juan Diego.

Let us not build cancerous walls of fear in our minds, or in our spirits, or in our bodies or in our families, or in our communities, or in our countries or in our world but let us work together to build bridges of Faith that allow us all to grow in Love and Peace and Unity, strong in the fabric of Truth. Only Love is Real. Leaving no one child of God left behind, anywhere, any time, ever. Let us be what we are all called to be in Truth. Let us be Love, for only Love is real. Only Love is Forever. Let us be united in Peace in Love in the Whole Mystical Body of Christ, honoring one another in Truth, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, our Mother, and the Mother of God.

Let us create together, let us grow together, let us hope together, let us share this world with One Heart, with Love, Together.

Our Lady of Guadalupe, Our Lady of the Americas, Our Lady of Peace, pray for us and for our world! Amen.

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“Obedience to Love: “It’s not hard to obey when we Love the One whom we obey.”-Saint Ignatius of Loyola -“Love is pure devotion. Pure and simple. One Heart, One Mind, One Body, One Soul, One Flesh in Christ, as it was in the beginning, is now, and ever shall be in time and in Eternity. Amen.”-Owen Joseph/Shannan Suzzette

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“I Love You, O my God, and my only desire is to Love You until the last breath of my life. I Love You, O my infinitely lovable God, and I would rather die Loving You, than live without Loving You. I Love You, Lord, and the only grace I ask is to Love You eternally…my God, if my tongue cannot say in every moment that I Love You, I want my heart to repeat it to You as often as I draw breath.”- Saint John Vianney

Saint John Vianney, pray for us!

Saint Therese “Little Flower” of Lisieux, pray for us!

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“To Love God is something greater than to know Him”- Saint Thomas Aquinas

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Trust God. Trust Love. Forever.- Owen Joseph/ Shannan Suzzette

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God who loves us creates us and wants to share life with us forever. Our love response takes shape in our praise and honor and service of the God of our life. 

All the things in this world are also created because of God’s love and they become a context of gifts, presented to us so that we can know God more easily and make a return of love more readily. 

As a result, we show reverence for all the gifts of creation and collaborate with God in using them so that by being good stewards we develop as loving persons in our care of God’s world and its development. But if we abuse any of these gifts of creation or, on the contrary, take them as the center of our lives, we break our relationship with God and hinder our growth as loving persons. 

In everyday life, then, we must hold ourselves in balance before all created gifts insofar as we have a choice and are not bound by some responsibility. We should not fix our desires on health or sickness, wealth or poverty, success or failure, a long life or a short one. For everything has the potential of calling forth in us a more loving response to our life forever with God. 

Our only desire and our one choice should be this: I want and I choose what better leads God’s deepening life in me. 

Ignatius’s first principle is that all creation is a gift, coming from God and leading toward God. Furthermore, “all things in this world are…presented to us so that we can know God more easily and make a return of love more readily.” This means that God is in this creation. The choices  we make in our daily life in this world push us away from God or draw us closer to Him. Ignatius sees God as present, not remote or detached. He is involved in the details of our life. Our daily lives in this world matter. 

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