Sunday, May 3, 2009

He's baaaaack!

Who's back? Why Father Corapi, of course!

I miss his booming voice and the thrill that now that I live in a more traditional diocese, I may be able to come and hear him speak.
He was exhausted and malnourished, and a long rest did him a world of good. Now, he's back on the road, ready to challenge and inspire us with his booming voice and take no prisoners style.
Welcome back, Father, you were missed!
Read about it in the National Catholic Register.

Here's a Marian Meditation from his website
As we enter another month of May we can’t help but turn our thoughts to Mary, the Mother of the Lord and our dear spiritual Mother. For whatever reason some people have difficulty relating to the Blessed Mother. On the other hand, tens of millions of us love her dearly and can’t understand why anyone wouldn’t. I have always thought, “If she’s good enough for Jesus, She’s good enough for you!”We find ourselves caught in a violent spiritual war today. We need all of the help we can get. One of the greatest aids God has given us is the gift of His own Mother. We are foolhardy indeed if we refuse or fail to avail ourselves of this powerful gift.

Pray the Rosary every day. If we do not do this I’m afraid we’ll bear much of the responsibility for the state of the world—which is catastrophic. Can God bless a country that formally and legally embraces such human rights abuses as the genocide of abortion? Can God look fondly on a world that sanctions things such as fetal stem cell research, human cloning, and gay marriage?
These things constitute an assault on life itself, yet the average person is apparently too dull witted or morally blind to see this. At decisive times in human history, when all seemed dark, desperate, and nearly lost, the Church turned to Mary, the Mother of the Lord and our Mother, the Woman Clothed with the Sun. She interceded for poor humanity with her Son and won the day.
We are at such crossroads now and this May let’s not fail to turn to her in all of our needs. Everything we give to her, all of our prayers, go immediately to Jesus, Who gives them to the Father in the power of the Holy Spirit.I strongly urge you to totally consecrate yourself to Jesus through Mary, pray the Rosary every day, and have confidence in her maternal intercession.
Above all love your Mother, for I promise you—your Mother loves you.
God Bless You
Fr. John Corapi

1 comment:

Amy said...

I LOVE Fr. Corapi - its good to know he is feeling better.