Yesterday on March 18th Our Lady spoke to Marjiana as she continues to do so now once per year.

March 18, 2022

“Dear children, with a motherly love I am calling you to—full of strength, faith and trust—look towards my Son. Keep opening your hearts to Him and do not be afraid, because my Son is the Light of the world and in Him is peace and hope. That is why, anew, anew I am calling you to pray for those of my children who have not come to know the love of my Son. So that my Son, with His light of love and hope, may illuminate also their hearts; and you, my children, that He may strengthen and give you peace and hope. I am with you. Thank you.”

A beautiful message and yet also an exhortation to keep on praying ‘for those who have not come to know the love of my son”.

This evening at Mary of the Angels we will host the half way event for the 40 days for life and so between that and our evangelisation ministry to the LGBT community, we are in constant contact and prayers for ‘those who have not yet come to know the love of my son

Yet Our Lady invites us to pray without judging as she calls us to the fullness of strength, faith and trust.

What does that mean?

Well it means that Our Lady is not only concerned about those that don’t know Jesus but that she is also concerned about us and she wants us to be even stronger in our own faith and trust in Jesus.

She invites us to keep on opening our hearts because as we do this, Jesus fills our hearts with his supernatural love and strength and peace.

A man who opened his heart fully and lived a life in the fullness of strength, hope and faith is St. Joseph who’s feast we celebrate today.

Joseph opened his heart fully to Jesus and Mary and gave them his entire life and so who better to intercede and help us today than him!

Rayne and I already have a little testimony to Joseph this week as we are due to go to Ireland and Rayne’s visa still hadn’t arrived. We’ve been doing the novena to Joseph and despite the voice message on the Irish passport office that says something like ‘we will not arrange collection at the office or speed up your application”, we went there anyway and met a really nice girl who went into the back office and did it all for us there and then!

Thank you Saint Joseph!

So let us keep joyful in our hearts and trust without borders in the goodness of the heart of Jesus for both ourselves and for others.

Have a Supercallifragilisticexpialidocious day!

Michael