Faithful to the Magisterium, the following spiritual sharings are put together for the evangelical purpose of Holy Spirit.

Spiritual Sharings for Blessings of All

May the Most Holy Trinity and Its whole Marian and Eucharistic Family of Holy Angels and Saints continue to guide and bless these spiritual sharings!

*Update: March 16, 2018

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  (1)  The whole process of salvation history may be divided in three major stages as follows:

           A. The Uncreated Family of the Most Holy Trinity, i.e., God the Father, God the Son, and God the Holy Spirit ad intra (towards inside) in eternity. 

           B. The Uncreated Family of the Most Holy Trinity reaching out ad extra (towards outside) to create all creation, in particular the family of angels and humans.

           C. The Fulfillment of the Uncreated Family of the Most Holy Trinity reaching out ad extra, i.e., the everlasting union between the whole Uncreated Family and the whole family of divinized creation in and through Jesus Christ. One may call this everlasting eschatological union the eschatological Heaven of the Divine Heavenly Family, i.e., the Most Holy Trinity and its whole Marian Family of Holy Angels and Saints.          

         *Alleluia! Alleluia! Praise and thanks be to the Most Holy Trinity and Its whole Marian and Eucharistic Family of Holy Angels and Saints!  (Jan. 1, *updated Jan. 3) 

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  (2) Apparently, those who have the personal experience of visiting and spending sufficient time before the Blessed Sacrament would agree with the following real Eucharistic experience:

         Due to the profusion or plenitude of ungodly, un-divine, un-divinized, sinful energies permeating, to varying extents, the whole not-yet-divinized creation (i.e., outside the forever divinized Heaven and the *everlasting un-divinizable Hell), indeed even the present global village, churches and all of us, it would usually take more than an hour (preferably an hour and half) before anyone visiting the Blessed Sacrament would be sufficiently divinized. Being set free extensively from the *unbecoming anti-divinizing diabolic energies and the not-yet-divinized human energies, they would begin to experience the divine Eucharistic impact, immediate, delayed, or both.

       That is perhaps why most Christians, who are used to spending little or no time before the Real Presence of Jesus, would excuse themselves saying: "Nothing is really happening! I do not want to waste my precious time!" By all appearances, they have yet to discover or re-discover, as never before, the awesome radiant Presence of Jesus Himself invisibly hidden but ceaselessly radiating from the Tabernacle.

        On the other hand, there are countless Christians who have personally tasted the wonderful consequences, living a life which is slowly but divinely transformed as "partakers of divine nature" (2Pet 1:4), such as the divine love, peace, sweetness, happiness, discernment, purification, divinization, etc., effected by the Eucharistic divine radiances. As a consequence, they would go back to the Lord in the Blessed Sacrament, again and again, day after day, without ceasing, even for the rest of their lives.

        One may, therefore, conclude that the Blessed Sacrament is the greatest gift of God given to each global villager. At the same time, this gift from Heaven is also the single most powerful divine means of divinization, according to God's divine plan respecting the salvation or divinization of each person on earth.

       Alleluia! Alleluia! Praise and thanks be to the Most Holy Trinity and Its whole Marian and Eucharistic Family of Holy Angels and Saints!  (Jan. 1, *updated Jan. 5) 

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  (3) A priest in Toronto said: "This morning Toronto felt like - 40 C. below. Much worse than that is the winter of our cold heart towards Jesus."  (Jan. 6)

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  (4) An anonymous sister in Christ and daily visitor of the Holy Eucharist witnesses: "Yes, it usually takes me about an hour an half in visiting the Real Presence of Jesus before I can feel the significant impact, immediate, delayed or both."  (Jan. 7)

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  (5) An anonymous person notes: "Today is the feast of Epiphany, the manifestation of the Lord. Apparently, there are at least *seven kinds of Eucharistic manifestation:

      (1) the normal physical epiphany or visible manifestation on the surface, i.e., the Blessed Sacrament is just a piece of ordinary bread;

      (2) the invisible, transparent, translucent diaphany in which the divinizing Eucharistic Light or Energy is radiated plentifully through the Blessed Sacrament in all directions, blessing all creation transcosmically, in particular the visiting faithful and those being prayed for;

      (3) the spiritual manifestation of the Lord in our heart and in our daily life after we receive Jesus in the Holy Communion;

      (4) the rare miraculous manifestation of the Holy Eucharist in which one may see Lord's visible blood or sense His radiant power or light emerging from the Consecrated Host;

      (5) the apocalyptic manifestation at the end of human history in which the Lord Jesus as King of Kings will just simply come out of the Consecrated Host.

     *(6) the real personal manifestation of Jesus as some saintly persons in the history of the Church have seen Jesus Himself appearing from the Tabernacle.

      *(7) the powerful manifestation during exorcism which has been experienced by countless priests during exorcisms using the divine means of the Blessed Sacrament."

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 (6) The following inspiring prayer is sent in by someone    (Jan. 14)  

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 (7) A person sent this link answering the following question:  Is there any Hell as revealed by the Holy Bible?    (Jan. 21) 

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 (8) A priest says: "When the Lord Jesus calls you to follow Him, He also follows you as His faithful follower to make sure everything is alright."    (Jan. 27)

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 (9) Some one suggests a site on the Guardian Angels by Fr. Ripperga.   (Feb. 4) 

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 (10) Another suggests a frequently visited Marian apparitional site today.  (Feb. 4) 

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 (11) Mother Teresa was once asked two questions, i.e., How much should we love Jesus? How much should we love Mary His Mother? The answers were "we should love Jesus as much as Mary loves Jesus" and "we should love Mary as much as Jesus loves His Mother."  The above is recommended by someone.  (Feb. 12)

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 (12) Another person recommends the following site respecting our sinfulness amid the radiation of the Blessed Sacrament.  (Feb. 12)

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 (13) Someone by the *pen name H.E.M.A. has written a Lenten message as follows: "One should never focus on oneself exclusively, continuously, and intensely. Otherwise, he or she may become either depressed and disappointed in life, or fall into great egocentric pride, completely out of proportions. Rather, one should always associate humbly with others, examine and correct oneself daily, seeing oneself as God sees him or her as a beloved child of God whom God loves unconditionally."  (Feb. 19, updated Feb. 20)

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 (14) The following quote by Meister Eckhart is also suggested for Lent. It is found in: Bernard McGinn, The Mystical Thought of Meister Eckhart (New York: Crossroad, 2001), p. 134: "You must know that to be empty of all created things is to be full of God, and to be full of created things is to be empty of God."  (Feb. 19)

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 (15) Someone suggests an incredible series of daily meditations during Lent.  (Feb. 23) 

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 (16) A sister in Christ sent in a message on the importance of fasting in both English and Cantonese.  (Feb. 28) 

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 (17) If the very last moment of one's spiritual life on earth can define how one will spend the rest of eternity, how Padro Pio died should certainly matter to us, as someone sent in this message.  (March 2) 

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 (18) The same person further recommends the secret of Padro Pio's holiness and a special on this modern Saint.  (March 3) 

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 (19) The following prophecy on loving each other has been sent in for our spiritual discernment and possible blessing.   (March 7) 

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 (20) Here is a formula for Heaven sent by an anonymous person.  (March 9) 

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 (21) Someone reminds us that March 10 is the beginning of the Novena to St. Joseph, *practical Patron of the Universal Church.  (March 10, *updated March 16) 

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 (22) Here is a summary of the Eastern Catholic Churches.  "The Slav emissaries who roamed the world for a religion to live by went to Rome, to Asia, to the four corners of the East to find one. When they stopped in Constantinople they attended a liturgy and they came back home reporting 'At the Liturgy we did not know if we were in heaven or on earth!' They adopted the Byzantine way..." Kyr Joseph Archbishop Raya, Celebration! Reflections on the Divine and Holy Liturgy (Fairfax, VA: Eastern Christian Publications, 2003), p. xiv.  That is perhaps also why the mystical Gregory Mass is resurging among countless Catholics around the world today. (March 11, *March 16) 

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 (23) The following message by Chiara Lubich is sent in by a sister in Christ: "Love, which leads to reciprocity, has the power to build Christian community. A Christian community is built with love."   (March 12)

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 (24) As each person on earth has to deal with suffering of some kind each day, the two meditations on suffering sent in by a brother in Christ may be important.   (March 16)

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 (25) The process of salvation, whether individually or collectively, is a process of belonging more and more to the Lord Jesus, until its very perfection in Heaven. St. Paul reminds us: "We live to the Lord. We also die to the Lord. We are the Lord's." (Rom 14:8) That is perhaps why St. Therese of Lisieux said: "For a long time I have no longer belonged to myself. I have given myself completely to Jesus, so that He may do with me in whatever way He pleases." She also said: "How sweet it is to abandon oneself into the arms of  the Lord without fear and desire." That is also perhaps why in the Jesus Prayer, Christians pray continuously: "Lord Jesus, have mercy on me a sinner!"   (March 16) 

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                January 1, 2018, *updated Jan. 14, 2018)

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