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Spirituality
Don't you know that good works are the fruit of many tears and of a lot of suffering?Fr. Pio
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Preach the Gospel at all times and when necessary use words. St. Francis of Assisi
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Focus on and remove the defect that most prevents you from joining God. Fr Pio.
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Another fall, and what a fall! Must you give up hope? No. Humble yourself and, through Mary, your Mother, have recourse to the merciful Love of Jesus. A miserere, and lift up your heart! And now begin again. The Way, 711
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Praying is the pouring of our heart into the heart of God- Fr. Pio
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Have no fear of moving into the unknown. Simply step out fearlessly knowing that I am with you, therefore no harm can befall you; all is very, very well. Do this in complete faith and confidence. Pope John Paul II
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Thou hast created us for Thyself, and our heart is not quiet until it rests in Thee. Saint Agustine
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POWERFUL QUEEN,
PRONOUNCE YOUR FIAT



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
FIAT



For it is not against human enemies that we have to struggle, but against the principalities and the ruling forces who are masters of the darkness in this world, the spirits of evil in the heavens. 13 That is why you must take up all God's armour, or you will not be able to put up any resistance on the evil day, or stand your ground even though you exert yourselves to the full. 14 So stand your ground, with truth a belt round your waist, and uprightness a breastplate, 15 wearing for shoes on your feet the eagerness to spread the gospel of peace 16 and always carrying the shield of faith so that you can use it to quench the burning arrows of the Evil One.

Eph. 6.11

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.

-Prayer to San Michael Archangel

Our Founding Principles





Totus Tuus and its members are faithful to the Catholic Church and loyal to the teaching of the Magisterium. Thus, we know the importance of being part of Christ’s mystical body. Jesus gives all his members, laity included (cf. LG 34), the capacity of offering through their lives that worship which he himself called "worshipping the Father in Spirit and truth." (Jn 4:23)





According to the second Vatican Council, in this transcendent priestly reality of Christ’s mystery, the laity is called to offer their whole lives as a spiritual sacrifice, thus cooperating with the entire Church in the Redeemer’s continual consecration of the world. This is the laity’s great mission:





"For all their works, prayers and apostolic endeavors, their ordinary married and family life, their daily occupations, their physical and mental relaxation, if carried out in the Spirit, and even the hardships of life, if patiently borne—all these become ‘spiritual sacrifices acceptable to God through Jesus Christ.’ Together with the offering of the Lord’s body, they are most fittingly offered in the celebration of the Eucharist. Thus, as those everywhere who adore in holy activity, the laity consecrates the world itself to God." (cf. LG 34; CCC 901)



 


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