Lent 2021


The blog is tetralingual and some articles, including Letters to the Filipinos, have text in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French, to facilitate evangelization.  I am including more languages in 2021 to reveal prominent public messages Heaven is giving to the future and last Pope Peter II.

The Holy Spirit asked me to intensify the correspondence with the Filipinos because they will perform a distinct role in God’s Plan of Salvation for Humanity in The End Times.  I am developing the Philippines Package for the purpose.

I express my deepest appreciation to all my Facebook friends and readers of my blog who congratulate me on my August 5 birthday.

The blog has been a major success since its inception on January 11, 2013.  The blog started bilingual, English and Portuguese, became tetralingual including Spanish and French, and now the blog contains article in more than twenty languages.

Annual Blog Views

21,568 in 2013

34,114 in 2014

64,841 in 2015

69,595 in 2016

64,341 in 2017

58,588 in 2018

52,193 in 2019

63,546 in 2020

Blog Visitors

9,834 in 2013

16,470 in 2014

37,895 in 2015

39,456 in 2016

37,298 in 2017

27,321 in 2018.

26,133 in 2019

23,067 in 2020

Article Publication

     79 in 2013

   342 in 2014

   459 in 2015

   584 in 2016

   485 in 2017

   650 in 2018

   673 in 2019

1,287 in 2020

List of the Most Popular Article

[Click on each following link to retrieve its corresponding article.]

Portuguese version of Holy Spirit’s Gifts and Fruits in 2013

English version of FOUR BLOOD MOONS in 2014

English version of Three Days of Darkness in 2015

English version of Recent Eucharistic Miracle in Poland in 2016

English version of Satan is a Real Entity in 2017

English version of Anthony: Wise Driver in 2018

Portuguese version of The Holy Spirit is the Sanctifier in 2019

Spanish version of Deadly Sins and Heavenly Virtues in 2020

Countries with Most Views

[in decreasing order]

United States, Portugal and Brazil in 2013

United States, Brazil and Portugal in 2014

United States, Brazil and Philippines in 2015

United States, Brazil and Philippines in 2016

United States, Philippines and Brazil in 2017

United States, Philippines and United Kingdom in 2018

United States, Philippines and Brazil in 2019

United States, Philippines and Brazil in 2020


Manuel Silveira


The blog dedicated to the Holy Spirit, comprises meditations on Catholicism to move Christians closer to God.  The Holy Spirit has called me to study Theology independently, document my studies, and communicate them to the world.


Born in the city of Horta, Azores, Portugal, on August 5, 1954, I lived till October 1973 in the nearby parish of Castelo Branco. I graduated from the Horta lyceum as a distinct student, served as a navigation officer in the Portuguese Air Force from 1973 till 1976, and immigrated to the United States on June 1976.

I married Noémia in November 1979 and we live in Providence, Rhode Island, USA. My wife was born in the parish of Santo Amaro, island of São Jorge, Azores. We have two daughters, Alexandra, 40, and Andrea 29. Alexandra has completed a post-doctorate in Medicine by Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, and is a director in a biotechnology company; Andrea has earned a bachelor’s degree in Psychology at the University of Rhode Island, North Kingston, RI, has joined Johnson & Wales University, Providence, RI, and is pursuing a Master’s Degree in Organizational Psychology at the university.

I got undergraduates degrees in Mathematics and Computer Science both by Rhode Island College, Providence, RI, a Master in Business Administration (MBA) in Accounting by Bryant University, Smithfield, RI, and completed advanced graduate studies in Computer Information Systems at Bryant University. I held a professional certificate in Manufacturing and another in financial services.

I was an engineer for about 30 years with American Insulated Wire, Pawtucket, RI, a wire and cable manufacturer, and took early retirement in September 2007, when the company was acquired by a competitor.


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4 Responses to Reader

  1. Cherian Joseph says:

    May I have your kind permission to translate all of your great works posted here into my mother tongue, Malayalam.

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