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Good morning! Today I would like to dwell on the action that the Holy Spirit performs in guiding the Church and each of us to the Truth. Jesus himself says to his disciples: the Holy Spirit "will guide you into all the truth" (Jn 16:13), being He himself "the Spirit of Truth” (cf. Jn 14:17; 15:26; 16:13).

We live in an age in which people are rather sceptical towards the truth. Benedict XVI has spoken many times of relativism, of the tendency, that is, to believe that there is nothing definitive and to think that the truth comes from consent or from what we want. The question arises: does "the" truth really exist? What is "the" truth? Can we know it? Can we find it? Here I am reminded of the question of the Roman Procurator Pontius Pilate when Jesus reveals to him the profound meaning of his mission: "What is truth?" (Jn 18:37.38). Pilate fails to understand that "the" Truth is in front of him, he fails to see in Jesus the face of truth, which is the face of God. Yet, Jesus is just that: the Truth that, in the fullness of time, "became flesh" (Jn 1:1.14), that came among us so that we might know it. The truth cannot be grasped like an object; the truth has to be encountered. It is not a possession; it is an encounter with a Person.


General Audience 24th April 2013

God will judge us on our love, on how we have loved our brethren, especially the weakest and the neediest… Christ comes to bring us the mercy of a God who saves. We are asked to trust in him, to correspond to the gift of his love with a good life, made up of actions motivated by faith and love.

We must learn every day to recognize Him in the poor and in the lowly. Let us strive for goodness and be watchful in prayer and in love. May the Lord, at the end of our life and at the end of history, be able to recognize us as good and faithful servants.


By Pope Benedict XVI
"In the sentence must be able to bring to God our hardships, the suffering of certain situations, certain days, the daily commitment to follow him, to be Christians, and also the weight of evil we see in and around us, because He gives us hope, makes us feel his closeness gives us some light in the way of life."


Conscious, merciful Savior, of my nothingness and of Thy sublimity, I cast myself at Thy feet and thank Thee for the many proofs of Thy grace shown unto me, Thy ungrateful creature. I thank Thee especially for delivering me by Thy Precious Blood from the destructive power of Satan. In the presence of my dear Mother Mary, my guardian angel, my patron saint, and of the whole company of heaven, I dedicate myself voluntarily with a sincere heart, O dearest Jesus, to Thy Precious Blood, by which Thou hast redeemed the world from sin, death and hell.

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Sanguis martyrum, semen Christianorum

Each martyr, altar of love in Christ, "Church history is a story of holiness and martyrdom ... that is why the Church everywhere must remain anchored in the testimony of the martyrs and jealously guard their memory."
Living these days requires much courage. There are so many concerns and many troubles, though, after all, is also nice to live in this time so full of hope for a more peaceful tomorrow, more human. 
Many risk their lives to defend their ideas and freedom, and we have shining examples of heroism. 
The Christian is obliged to make sacrifices to remain such. Is it not true that in some parts of the world there are still oppression and persecution that force those who wish to remain faithful to Christ to do so secretly, as in times of persecution?

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The more you are afflicted, the more you ought to rejoice, because in the fire of tribulation the soul will become pure gold, worthy to be placed and to shine in the heavenly palace.

God adds external difficulties and sufferings, which forces him to trust in God more, rather than less. Thus, without light, they must have faith, without support they must have hope and without consolation they must love. This Dark Night of the Senses, as St. John calls it, purifies the soul and enters it upon the way of holiness and mystical prayer.

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Consecration and Enthronement to our Lady of Guadalupe

The past 12th of December of 2010, the Chapel TOTUS TUUS was consecrated to Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of America. In that special date, we celebrated the enthronement of the image of Our Lady, offering our lives to her and joining together in prayer for the peace of Colombia and of the world.

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And create in me the Will of God,
Have the Divine Will take possesion of me,
Enrapture my heart to enclose it in the Will of God.
Rule over my will in order to convert in Into Divine Will
My Mother by your son´s resurrection, make me rise into the Will of God
Fiat, Fiat Fiat
(Fiat is:Be it done onto me / yes !)
"I recognize myself: As a new creation of God´s Love"
"I know that you love me, my God and I love you with all my heart"
"I want to love as you love and do as you want me to do"
Come Divine Will Come to rule on us

Prayer to San Michael Archangel

St. Michael the Archangel,
defend us in battle.
Be our defense against the wickedness and snares of the Devil.
May God rebuke him, we humbly pray,
and do thou,
O Prince of the heavenly hosts,
by the power of God,
thrust into hell Satan,
and all the evil spirits,
who prowl about the world
seeking the ruin of souls. Amen.
Christ has no body but yours.
No hands, no feet on earth, but yours.
Yours are the eyes through which He looks
With compassion on this world.
Yours are the feet with which He walks
To do good.
Yours are the hands with which He blesses
All the world.
Yours are the hands.
Yours are the feet.
Yours are the eyes.
Yours are His Body.

—St Theresa of Avila
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