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Seventy First Letter to the Filipinos

  Actual grace entails transient divine impulses due to salutary acts, in consideration of Christ’s merits, for union with God and spiritual growth.  The Harvard professor received and cherished actual grace from both Christ and His mother.  She held a … Continue reading

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Seventieth Letter to the Filipinos

It follows an excerpt of the article Pray for Priests: The final, fierce battle between Christ and Satan is fast approaching with the imminent debut of The Antichrist, and Satan has a master plan to attack the Roman Catholic Church: … Continue reading

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Sixty Ninth Letter to the Filipinos

“Youth Saturates Hell” is an article of the Youth Package.  Click on the following link to retrieve the article. https://meditationsoncatholicism.blog/2017/10/02/youth-saturates-hell/ Christ also stresses the Warning on His message given to Luz de Maria on September 28, 2017. ______________________________________________________________   THE … Continue reading

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Sixty Eigth Letter to the Filipinos

I surprisingly discovered that the article “Anthony: Wise Driver” has been the most popular article of my blog in the Year 2018. I originally penned the article on June 25, 2014, I did not expect it to become a favorite … Continue reading

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Sixty Seventh Letter to the Filipinos

The articles Interaction with the Holy Spirit, Man Thirsty of God and Dialogue with the Holy Spirit are central to the Divine Call Package. The article Interaction with the Holy Spirit describes my first contact with the Holy Spirit in … Continue reading

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Sixty Sixth Letter to the Filipinos

The Holy Spirit asked me to send you the Parable of the Vineyard Laborers. Click on the following link to retrieve the parable. https://meditationsoncatholicism.blog/2018/04/08/parable-of-the-vineyard-laborers/ I wonder why this parable since I had decided to send you another theme … it … Continue reading

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Sixty Fifth Letter to the Filipinos

When I originally mentioned that the last pope of the Roman Catholic Church would be named Pope Peter II, Catholic clergy and laymen objected that it was impossible because no pope had taken the name Peter except the first pope. … Continue reading

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