Virgin of Vladimir (+ image by the hand of Stephen Allison 2008)

Sunday, 20 December 2015

Jesus Light of the World

Notes of meeting on 15 December 2015

Picture of Mary with the child Jesus.
Jesus taking our petitions from us.

Jesus is the Light of the World.

Matthew 20 v 30 - 34
30 And now there were two blind men sitting at the side of the road. When they heard that it was Jesus who was passing by, they shouted, 'Lord! Have pity on us, son of David.'
31 And the crowd scolded them and told them to keep quiet, but they only shouted the louder, 'Lord! Have pity on us, son of David.'
32 Jesus stopped, called them over and said, 'What do you want me to do for you?'
33 They said to him, 'Lord, let us have our sight back.'
34 Jesus felt pity for them and touched their eyes, and at once their sight returned and they followed him.

Jesus you are the Light of the World.
Heal us and heal the World of blindness that we may see and follow you.
Fill us with your light, truth and holiness.

A Happy and Holy Christmas to all.

Sunday, 13 December 2015

Whoever acknowledges the Son has the Father too

Notes of meeting 8 December 2015

1 John 2 v 15 - 29
15 Do not love the world or what is in the world. If anyone does love the world, the love of the Father finds no place in him,
16 because everything there is in the world -- disordered bodily desires, disordered desires of the eyes, pride in possession -- is not from the Father but is from the world.
17 And the world, with all its disordered desires, is passing away. But whoever does the will of God remains for ever.
18 Children, this is the final hour; you have heard that the Antichrist is coming, and now many Antichrists have already come; from this we know that it is the final hour.
19 They have gone from among us, but they never really belonged to us; if they had belonged to us, they would have stayed with us. But this was to prove that not one of them belonged to us.
20 But you have been anointed by the Holy One, and have all received knowledge.
21 I have written to you not because you are ignorant of the truth, but because you are well aware of it, and because no lie can come from the truth.
22 Who is the liar, if not one who claims that Jesus is not the Christ? This is the Antichrist, who denies both the Father and the Son.
23 Whoever denies the Son cannot have the Father either; whoever acknowledges the Son has the Father too.
24 Let what you heard in the beginning remain in you; as long as what you heard in the beginning remains in you, you will remain in the Son and in the Father.
25 And the promise he made you himself is eternal life.
26 So much have I written to you about those who are trying to lead you astray.
27 But as for you, the anointing you received from him remains in you, and you do not need anyone to teach you; since the anointing he gave you teaches you everything, and since it is true, not false, remain in him just as he has taught you.
28 Therefore remain in him now, children, so that when he appears we may be fearless, and not shrink from him in shame at his coming.
29 If you know that he is upright you must recognise that everyone whose life is upright is a child of his.


1. Jesus Christ is the face of the Father’s mercy. These words might well sum up the mystery of the Christian faith. Mercy has become living and visible in Jesus of Nazareth, reaching its culmination in him. The Father, “rich in mercy” (Eph 2:4), after having revealed his name to Moses as “a God merciful and gracious, slow to anger, and abounding in steadfast love and faithfulness” (Ex34:6), has never ceased to show, in various ways throughout history, his divine nature. In the “fullness of time” (Gal 4:4), when everything had been arranged according to his plan of salvation, he sent his only Son into the world, born of the Virgin Mary, to reveal his love for us in a definitive way. Whoever sees Jesus sees the Father (cf. Jn 14:9). Jesus of Nazareth, by his words, his actions, and his entire person[1] reveals the mercy of God.
2. We need constantly to contemplate the mystery of mercy. It is a wellspring of joy, serenity, and peace. Our salvation depends on it. Mercy: the word reveals the very mystery of the Most Holy Trinity. Mercy: the ultimate and supreme act by which God comes to meet us. Mercy: the fundamental law that dwells in the heart of every person who looks sincerely into the eyes of his brothers and sisters on the path of life. Mercy: the bridge that connects God and man, opening our hearts to the hope of being loved forever despite our sinfulness.
3. At times we are called to gaze even more attentively on mercy so that we may become a more effective sign of the Father’s action in our lives. For this reason I have proclaimed an Extraordinary Jubilee of Mercy as a special time for the Church, a time when the witness of believers might grow stronger and more effective.
The Holy Year will open on 8 December 2015, the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. This liturgical feast day recalls God’s action from the very beginning of the history of mankind. After the sin of Adam and Eve, God did not wish to leave humanity alone in the throes of evil. And so he turned his gaze to Mary, holy and immaculate in love (cf. Eph 1:4), choosing her to be the Mother of man’s Redeemer. When faced with the gravity of sin, God responds with the fullness of mercy. Mercy will always be greater than any sin, and no one can place limits on the love of God who is ever ready to forgive. I will have the joy of opening the Holy Door on the Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception. On that day, the Holy Door will become a Door of Mercy through which anyone who enters will experience the love of God who consoles, pardons, and instils hope.
On the following Sunday, the Third Sunday of Advent, the Holy Door of the Cathedral of Rome – that is, the Basilica of Saint John Lateran – will be opened. In the following weeks, the Holy Doors of the other Papal Basilicas will be opened. On the same Sunday, I will announce that in every local church, at the cathedral
– the mother church of the faithful in any particular area – or, alternatively, at the co-cathedral or another church of special significance, a Door of Mercy will be opened for the duration of the Holy Year. At the discretion of the local ordinary, a similar door may be opened at any
shrine frequented by large groups of pilgrims, since visits to these holy sites are so often grace-filled moments, as people discover a path to conversion. Every Particular Church, therefore, will be directly involved in living out this Holy Year as an extraordinary moment of grace and spiritual renewal. Thus the Jubilee will be celebrated both in Rome and in the Particular Churches as a visible sign of the Church’s universal communion. 


Sunday, 6 December 2015

Light of the World

Notes of meeting on 1 December 2015

Picture of Our Mother resplendent in light. her clothing , her face, her Immaculate Heart shone out with fulsome light, the rays emanated from her heart and the new life of Jesus within her.
This light pervaded the room and we were bathed in it. This light went out into the Town into every street bringing goodness and calling the people to be one with the light.
All those touched by the light received from the light.
Mary says:
"Open your hearts and receive the Light of the World, He who is your salvation and promise. Let this Light enter and transform you, so that My Son Jesus can be seen working and transforming you to Holiness. I bless you in the name of the Little King Jesus the Mighty One."

No one is left out of my Light.
All are invited to the Light.


Notes of meeting on 24 November 2015

Picture of the prayer group all praising and singing. Our Lord was calling us to Himself and His Blessed Mother. Our angels seemed to lead us upward toward them, Jesus was very sad and Our Mother very grave. As we lifted up our hearts and minds to praise and glorification of Him He seemed to smile, we could all sense He was glad we were with Him and Our Mother.
Other Christians came and joined us and Jesus' Heart warmed. We could see our pitiful world covered in war and explosions there was such hatred of mankind in some peoples hearts it was almost too much to bear.
Jesus took off His blood red cloak and threw it down over our world, it was as though He were covering the world in His Blood. Mercy surrounded and engulfed the whole world.
Our Lady cast down her tiny blue mantle and it covered England and all its isles, a special enrobing for all of us against the evil one .
We prayed harder, made sacrifices, praised and thanked them. Our praise got louder and people of other cults and religions turned to Jesus crying out the Him " Lord, Lord do not forsake us"

Mary says:
"My children Mercy cometh, do not waste time, pray and be Holy . Be examples to your brothers and sisters , be like lights to lead them to my Son Jesus. he loves you with an everlasting love, remember none can come to the Father in Heaven except through my Son Jesus, He is the Way, the Truth and the Light, be beacons of light, I bless you with My Son Jesus' blessing."