5 Jan , 2017
O Saint John Neumann, your ardent desire of bringing all souls to Christ impelled you to leave home and country; teach us to live worthily in the spirit of our Baptism which makes us all children of the one Heavenly Father and brothers and sisters of Jesus Christ, the first-born of the family of God.
Obtain for us that complete dedication in the service of the needy, the weak, the afflicted and the abandoned which so characterized your life. Help us to walk perseveringly in the difficult and, at times, painful paths of duty, strengthened by the Body and Blood of our Redeemer and under the watchful protection of Mary our Mother.
May death still find us on the sure road to our Father’s House with the light of living Faith in our hearts.
Melanie Peters is a good girl, as good girls go. Never doing anything bad, other than a little mischief with her best friend, Carol. So, why would one of Lucifer’s lackeys be so interested in her? Interested to the point of killing her in the most ridiculous way imaginable and sending her to the “Gates of St. Peter” earlier than they are expecting her(…..)
Here I am Lord” is a book comprised of 35 essays written and posted as blog posts over a two year period. It is a refreshing alternative to conventional “daily devotion” ensembles, and is ideal for the Christian who likes to read without a specific schedule in mind. With captivating titles such as “Can You Hear Me Now”, “Identity Theft” and “The Magnificent Seven” the book promises to offer the reader many enjoyable and interesting moments of reading while drawing closer to the Lord.