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"A Poor Clare Nun ... 'I went Straight to Heaven, for, by Means of this Prayer, Recited every Evening, I Paid all my Debts'"

APrayer For Daily Neglects Eternal Father, I offer Thee the Sacred Heart of Jesus, with all its love, all its sufferings and all its merits: First -- To expiate all the sins I have committed this day and during all my life. Gloria Patri. Second -- To purify the good I have done badly this day and during all my life. Gloria Patri. Third -- To supply for the good I ought to have done, and that I have neglected this day and during all my life. Gloria Patri. A Poor Clare nun who had just died, appeared to her Abbess, who was praying for her, and said to her, "I went straight to Heaven, for, by means of this prayer, recited every evening, I paid all my debts." Please pray for the Frank M. Foran family Note: I found this prayer on a free very old holy card  leaflet made available by the Foran family in a old book. Say this prayer, lead a holy life,  go to the Sacrament of Confession regularly and maybe you may go " straight to Heaven, for, by means of this prayer, recited ever

"Before the Epstein Scandal, There Was the Franklin Scandal"

The Epoch Times @EpochTimes According to Nick Bryant, the lack of transparency around  #JeffreyEpstein  and the  #GhislaineMaxwellTrial  isn’t the first time the  #DOJ  and  #FBI  have worked to cover up a pedophile network that catered to the country’s political and wealthy elite. []   In an interview with  WMAQ-TV  that same day, Cupich said “The Pope has a bigger agenda [than sex abuse cover-ups]. He’s got to get on with other things—of talking about the environment and protecting migrants and carrying on the work of the Church. We’re not going to go down a rabbit hole on this.” When asked about those criticizing the Pope, Cupich responded, "Quite frankly, they also don't like him because he's a Latino." [55]  Cupich later stated that his remarks were not referring to abuse by clergy, which must be exposed, reported, apologized for, and ended. - Wikipedia []

"Pope Boniface VIII completely contradicted [Pope] Innocent III, asserting that popes may resign"

The following is from a friend of The Catholic Monitor: And this brings us to the most important teachings of the man many consider the most important pope of the High Middle Ages, Innocent III. In a sermon [1]  on the anniversary of his election to the papacy, Innocent taught: The sacrament between the Roman pontiff and the Roman church perseveres so firm and unshakable that they cannot be separated from one another ever, except by death.  The Apostle says that after her husband dies, a wife “is released from the rule of her husband.”  A husband joined to his wife, does not seek a release, does not leave her , and cannot be dismissed, for “it is according to his Lord that he either stands or falls—and it is the Lord who judges.’ [2]  (emphasis mine)    It could not be clearer. Innocent teaches that the papacy is a “sacrament,” a spiritual marriage: “until death do us part.” A pope (husband) is not allowed to resign (“seek a release”), he “does not leave her,” his bride, the Church: “I

St. Teresa: “How can I thank you?” Our Lord replied, “ATTEND ONE MASS” & her Maxims

Once, St. Teresa of Avila was overwhelmed with God’s Goodness and asked Our Lord: “How can I thank you?” Our Lord replied, “ATTEND ONE MASS.” The spiritual maxims of the Holy Mother St. Teresa: 1. Untilled ground, however rich, will bring forth thistles and thorns; so also, the mind of man. 2. Speak well of all that is spiritual, such as religious, priests, and hermits. 3. Let thy words be few when in the midst of many. 4. Be modest in all thy words and works. 5. Never be obstinate, especially in things of no moment. 6. In speaking to others be always calm and cheerful. 7. Never make a jest of anything. 8. Never rebuke any one but with discretion, and humility, and self-abasement. 9. Bend thyself to the temper of whomever is speaking to thee: be merry with the mirthful, sorrowful with the sad: in a word, make thyself all things to all, to gain all. 10. Never say anything thou hast not well considered and earnestly commended to our Lord, that nothing may be spoken which shall be displea