Is Hell Real Seminar

If you were unable to attend this wonderful seminar on Hell. It is now available to watch on YouTube

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Is hell real? Does it really exist? How do we know that it is real?
The unfortunate reality is that many people nowadays, including priests and clergy, no longer believe in hell. Many think of hell as just foolish, childish stories invented in the medieval past. Some believe in hell, but mistakenly think that everyone goes to heaven, and that hell is empty. Others believe that our souls aren’t eternal, and that after we die, our souls merely disappear from existence.
In this 1 hour webinar, we will talk about the reality of hell and the truth of the eternal nature of our souls. Yes, hell is very much real! In this webinar, we will cover the following:
Amazing prophecies that foretell of a time when the highest leadership in the Catholic Church will deny the existence of hell
A summary of various biblical passages that explicitly mention and talk…

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Introduction to the Book of Truth

UPDATED This seminar will be in English however it will be available in other languages in the next few weeksClick link below to register for the Introduction to the Book of Truth Webinar August 7, 2021

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You are invited to attend the INTRODUCTION TO THE BOOK OF TRUTH Global Seminar on August 7, Saturday, at 9:00pm Singapore Time (GMT+8). 9:00 AM East Coast time

But you, Daniel, shut up the words and seal the Book, until the time of the end. Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall increase.
– Daniel 12:4

The Book of Truth, revealed to the Prophet Daniel, is the promised gift from God for the End Times. Secrets contained in the book were also given in part to St. John in the Book of Revelation.

It has been foretold that the Second Coming of Christ will be in our lifetime, and we all need to prepare as the devil will unleash his power to deceive God’s children and lead them on the road to perdition.

Now the time has come to unveil the Book of Truth as the seals are…

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First Saturday Devotion

August 7th,2021 First Saturday Devotions
Saturday 7:30pm Sydney time.

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What are First Saturday Devotions?

In the July 13, 1917 apparition at Fatima, Our Lady said, “I shall come to ask for…the Communion of Reparation on the first Saturdays.”  She came expressly to request this devotion when she appeared to Sister Lucia on December 10, 1925, in Pontevedra, Spain, where she was preparing to start her religious life.

While Sister Lucia was in the chapel with Our Lord during part of the night of May 29-30, 1930, He explained the motivation for the devotion. This explanation answered the question posed by her confessor about why the number should be five Saturdays and not nine to correspond with the nine First Fridays, or seven  to correspond with Our Lady’s seven sorrows.

Our Lord responded that there are five ways that people offend and blaspheme against the Immaculate Heart of Mary:
1.  Offences or blasphemies against the Immaculate Conception – its denial and/or ridicule

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Neuvaine du Salut dans le monde


Neuvaine du Salut dans le monde

24-30 Mai 2021

6h00 à Bogota (Colombie) ESPAGNOL
7h00 à Québec
13h00 à Paris

10h00 Canada East ANGLAIS
9h00 à Québec
15h00 à Paris

11h00 USA East ANGLAIS
10h00 à Québec
16h00 à Paris

6h30 Europe Centrale Allemagne SLOVAQUE Tchéquie
6h30 Paris

11h00 Europe Centrale POLONAIS Croatie Danemark
11h00 Paris

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Daily Zoom Crusade Prayers Meetings around the world

The Countries are listed in alphabetical order
Please share so everyone has the benefit of joining these prayer groups as part of the Global Prayer Initiative
God Bless

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Wherever you are in the world, there is a Daily Zoom Crusade Prayer Meeting that you can join! See below the complete list of Daily Zoom Crusade Prayer Meetings that you can join. To join a Zoom Crusade Prayer Meeting, just click on the Zoom link.

Host Country Language Meeting Time Click on Zoom Link to Join
Albania Albanian 7.40 Tirane time (Daily)
Africa English 7pm Nigeria UTC (Daily)
Argentina , Paraguay, Bolivia Spanish Monday,Wednesday & Thursday 3 pm Buenos Aires Time
Argentina , Paraguay, Bolivia Spanish 9 pm (Daily)
Thursday at 10 pm
Buenos Aires Time
Australia English 730pm NSW time
(First Saturday National Monthly Rosary Vigil)
Australia English 730 pm Northern Territory time
(Tuesday evening)
Tuesday Evening Only
Australia English 10am Queensland time (Tuesday)
11am Victoria time (Thursday)
Australia English 7pm Western Australia time (Friday)
730pm South Australia time (Monday)

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April 27 USA Prayer Session

Click the link to register for the upcoming prayer session

9pm East coast time

We will be praying the Holy Rosary and select Crusade of Prayers

O Mother of Salvation, come to my aid, as I struggle to find the time for prayer.

Help me to give, to your beloved Son, Jesus Christ, the time He deserves to show Him how much I love Him.

I ask that you, my Blessed Mother of Salvation, seek for me the Graces I need and ask your dear Son for every grace and favour, so that He can envelop me into the Bosom of His Sacred Heart. Amen.”

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Jesus to Mankind seminar

Please join us April 20, 2021 at 9 PM East Coast time

This seminar we will be sharing messages about Gods promise of Eternal Life and entrance into the New Paradise for those that love Him.

“My dearly beloved daughter, it is only natural for people to fear the unknown and this is why they fear death. Death is one of the most frightening things  in the minds of man for many are blind to My Promise of Eternal Life. Were they to witness My Glorious Kingdom then death would have no power over them.

I welcome all souls into My Kingdom. I do not reserve a place only for the holy and the elect, although there is a special place in My Kingdom for them.
I welcome all sinners, including those who have committed terrible sins, for I Am first most a God of Great Love. I will welcome anyone who calls out to Me in reconciliation and remorse. Once this happens, before the point of death,  every soul will be greeted by Me and I will embrace them.”

Please use this link to register for the seminar

Feast of St.Joseph

Prayers to St. Joseph, the foster-father of Jesus, date back almost as far as 50 A.D.! Even though he came from King David’s noble ancestry, St. Joseph lived a life of great humility and adoration to his Holy Family as a carpenter.This prayer is among the earliest invocations to St. Joseph, and also one of the best known:

Oh, St. Joseph, whose protection is so great, so strong, so prompt before the throne of God, I place in you all my interests and desires.

Oh St. Joseph, do assist me by your powerful intercession and obtain for me from your divine son all spiritual blessings through Jesus Christ, our Lord; so that having engaged here below your heavenly power, I may offer my thanksgiving and homage to the most loving of Fathers.

Oh St. Joseph, I never weary contemplating you and Jesus asleep in your arms. I dare not approach while he reposes near your heart. Press Him in my name and kiss his fine head for me, and ask him to return the kiss when I draw my dying breath. St. Joseph, patron of departing souls, pray for us. Amen

Lord, have mercy.Lord, have mercy.
Christ, have mercy.Christ, have mercy.
Lord, have mercy.Lord, have mercy.
God our Father in heaven,have mercy on us.
God the Son, Redeemer of the world,have mercy on us.
God the Holy Spirit,have mercy on us.
Holy Trinity, one God,have mercy on us.
Holy Mary,pray for us.
Saint Joseph,pray for us.
Noble son of the House of David,pray for us.
Light of patriarchs,pray for us.
Husband of the Mother of God,pray for us.
Guardian of the Virgin,pray for us.
Foster father of the Son of God,pray for us.
Faithful guardian of Christ,pray for us.
Head of the Holy Family,pray for us.
Joseph, chaste and just,pray for us.
Joseph, prudent and brave,pray for us.
Joseph, obedient and loyal,pray for us.
Pattern of patience,pray for us.
Lover of poverty,pray for us.
Model of workers,pray for us.
Example to parents,pray for us.
Guardian of virgins,pray for us.
Pillar of family life,pray for us.
Comfort of the troubled,pray for us.
Hope of the sick,pray for us.
Patron of the dying,pray for us.
Terror of evil spirits,pray for us.
Protector of the Church,pray for us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world,have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world,have mercy on us.
Lamb of God, you take away the sins of the world,have mercy on us.
God made him master of his household,And put him in charge of all that he owned.

Let us pray.

O God, who in your inexpressible providence
were pleased to choose Saint Joseph
as spouse of the most holy Mother of your Son,
grant, we pray,
that we, who revere him as our protector on earth,
may be worthy of his heavenly intercession.
Through Christ our Lord.
R/. Amen.

History of the St. Joseph Altar

The St. Joseph Altar is Sicilian in origin. During a terrible famine, the people of Sicily pleaded to St. Joseph, their patron saint, for relief. St. Joseph answered their prayers, and the famine ended. In gratitude, they prepared a table with foods they had harvested. After paying homage to St. Joseph, they distributed the food to the less fortunate.

The Altar is set up in three tiers, representing the Holy Trinity. A statue of St. Joseph is placed on the top tier, usually surrounded by flowers, greenery & fruit.

No meat is prepared for the Altar. This is probably because St. Joseph’s Feast falls in the Lenten Season and also because meat was a rarity to the Sicilian peasants. Breads, cakes and cookies, baked in symbolic Christian shapes, are prepared for the Altar. Pastries in the shapes of monstrances, chalices, crosses, doves, lambs, fish, bibles, hearts, wreaths and palms adorn the tiers of the Altar. Symbols of St. Joseph – such as lilies, staffs, sandals, ladders, saws, hammers and nails – are also used. There is symbolism in many of the items on the Altar. Breadcrumbs rerpresent the sawdust of St. Joseph the Carpenter. Twelve whole fish represent the apostles. Wine is symbolic of the Miracle at Cana.

The Altar is a medium of petition and thanksgiving. Petitions of the faithful are written on pieces of paper and placed in baskets on the Altar. Photos of deceased relatives & friends decorate the Altar as well.

Please visit this site to see a virtual altar of St.Joseph and how to make yours at home

This is a list of churches and stores that display the altars

Saint Joseph was a just man, a tireless worker, the upright guardian of those entrusted to his care. May he always guard, protect and enlighten families.

Pope Benedict XVI
Apostolic Exhortation Familiaris Consortio the Role of the Christian Family in the Modern World Nov 22, 1981, The Solemnity of Our Lord Jesus Christ, Universal King