Mrs. Beth Burns
"Zeitoun" 1 Haywood Lane
Lagoon Grass, Nsw 2480

Monday, March 9, 2009

Hi Patti

Thank you for replying so soon. I have news to share with you, previously I had ordered some oils for two nieces who have been trying to get pregnant, and one took 18 years the other about 5years, the both got pregnant through the St. Filomena's oil and cord. I just found out this morning that the clinic told her she is pregnant and she said she still is in a state of shock. What a miracle. She said she was going to tell her father tomorrow on his 60th birthday as a surprise, how is that.

I have to tell you since my son was diagnosed with caner I used to bless him every day with holy oil, and just before he saw the light of God, and was describing it to us not realizing he was ready to leave us. To me this is the most midcults holy oil one can use. Many people with little faith and now I hear so many response all to do with the holy oil, as I typing It, just occurred another 5 people have used this oil for pregnancy, and for the suffering of health , and some already have the children and I have never seen them so happy.

The niece who been wanting children for LAST 18 years, said if it's a girl they will call it after St. Filomena (FELICITY OR PHIL for a boy.)

Thanking you for your kind prayers and work.

God bless

Love Margaret
Greetings from Australia! I am writing to acknowledge the receipt of the parcel. Your support is extremely well received by all of us here in Beagle Bay Mission, and I would go so far as to say that your actions are having an extremely positive impact on the morality and spiritual life of all the parishioners and children. As I sit here, my parishioners are out praying the Rosary. They are all working extremely hard to ensure we do our obligation to the best of our ability. Thanks a million for helping me to spread the good news here in Australia. I am happy to inform you that another new group of St Philomena was officially planted and blessed here in Beagle Bay on the Feast of our Blessed Mother Mary. I will send some more photos later on.

Be assured of my prayers for you and the members.

Some years ago, a Christian minister and a group of students came to my country - Tanzania for a summer field study program. They had a jeep to enable them travel deep into the rugged hinterland. On one of their travels, the vehicle broke down and they had to employ the services of the village mechanic. The mechanic saw the problem, traveled to the city and bought the spare parts, came back and fixed the car. He spent three full days working on the car. The clergyman was afraid that the mechanic’s service charges would be too high. In order to force the mechanic to settle for less, he went into the washroom, removed much of the money from his wallet and hid it in his socks. The idea was that, when the mechanic tells him the cost, he would open his wallet and say, "Look, this is all I have." So, he comes out of the washroom and they are ready to leave. He says to the mechanic, "So, now, what do you charge for your workmanship?" The mechanic looked at him and says, "You are a man of God. I do it for God. God will pay me. For you, it is free of charge." The clergyman concluded his story with the observation that the mechanic, through his faith in God, has overcome the fear of poverty and attachment to money, which he in his relative affluence was not able to do.

Today’s Gospel is a continuation of the instructions that Jesus gave to the twelve apostles as he sent them out to go and proclaim the Good News of the Kingdom of God. The values of the Kingdom are different from the values of the world, so much so that people tend to reject the message and turn against the messengers. Tradition has it that, almost all the apostles died the violent death of martyrdom. Some of them ended up being crucified on the cross, like Peter and Andrew; beheaded like James and Paul; flayed alive like Bartholomew; or thrown into a cauldron of boiling oil, like John. It was natural, therefore, for the apostle to fear as Jesus sends them out to evangelize a hostile world.

By looking to Jesus, we see that the trials and sufferings of this life, especially those that we face as we try to live out and share our faith with others are short-lived. We should, therefore, not give into fear of contradiction, knowing that, in the end truth with triumph over untruth, justice over injustice, and eternal life over death, as we see already in the Life, Death and Resurrection of Our Master, Jesus Christ.

With every good wish and blessing! Yours sincerely in Christ,

Fr. Daniel Kilala
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA
Children with Fr. Daniel Kilala AUSTRALIA

Friday, February 13, 2009

Dear Patti,

Father Gabriel Amorth, and Chief Exorcist of the Vatican writes:

One day a colleague of mine heard the devil say during an exorcism, 'Every Hail Mary is like a blow on my head. If Christians knew how powerful the Rosary was, it would be my end.'

The secret that makes this prayer so effective is that the Rosary is both prayer and meditation. It is addressed to the Father, to the Blessed Virgin, and to the Holy Trinity, and is a meditation centered on Christ. I write in addition to the above: Please enunciate each word of the Rosary clearly and distinctly. Do not trample on the heels of the words of anyone with your words.

Do not speak over the leader if you are following or the respondent if you are leading the Rosary. Remember that they also are having a conversation with Mary Our Mother and it is not polite to speak when someone else is speaking.

In the case of the public Rosary there are only two people speaking: the Leader and the respondents. Each is speaking to the Blessed Mother and listening carefully to her response within their hearts as they meditate on the scene before them in their consideration of the mystery being spoken of and interpreted and translated into their lives.

Spread this powerful prayer of exorcism, the Rosary, which contains the Our Father, the Perfect Prayer, prayed five times in the recitation of each set of the Rosary's Mysteries, backed up by the powerful prayers of Our Mother who prays with us as we pray 53 Hail Mary's.

The Eternal Father described to a group of us, through a Visionary Friend of mine, what happens when we pray the Rosary, saying, 'When you pray Holy Mary Mother of God, pray for us sinners now..., the Blessed Mother comes instantly to your side to pray with you. And she does not come alone. She brings angels with her. And not just one or two for she is the Queen of Angels, so choirs of angels come with her. And she and Jesus are joined at the heart and cannot be separated so she brings Jesus with her. And Jesus cannot be separated from the Trinity so He brings the Father and the Holy Spirit with Him. And where the Holy Trinity is, all of creation is, and you are surrounded by such beauty and light as you cannot imagine in this life.

Your Mother comes as Our Lady of Grace with her hands outstretched. Rays of light emit from her hands piercing your body, healing you and filling you with graces. This is your inheritance which was poured out from the heart of Jesus on the Cross, when the centurion pierced His Heart with the spear, into the only pure vessel ready to receive such graces at that time, Your Mother.

Now as you pray the Rosary, or even just recite one Hail Mary, you receive your portion of these graces. He also said at this time, 'Anyone who goes to Mary and prays the Rosary cannot be touched by Satan.'

Is it any wonder that anyone who prays the Rosary from the heart is so blessed and protected and powerful in their prayers for others?

Father Daniel Kilala

Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Dear Patti,

Greetings from Australia. It is my wish and prayer that you are doing fine. Me too. I am writing to inform about the bushfires still going on in Victoria. It was as hot as it has ever been since records began to be kept in some 150 years. The temperature soared to 46.5 degrees which I think equates to about 120 degrees or there about in the old language. The "cool change" that arrived late Saturday prevailed both Sunday & Monday with little or no rainfall when it was & where it was needed most (In the entire State of Victoria). In the meantime there are still very active fires raging that have still not been brought under control.

The lives lost which had risen to 153 yesterday morning has now reached a figure of 173 with a predictions that there are still many areas that have not been scrutinized & that the death toll could be far, far worse. There are hundreds if not thousands of people stranded with just the clothes on their backs (for 3 days) & NOTHING ELSE! Their homes have been burned down to the ground & with it, everything they possessed. The stories that are unfolding would move the cruelest heart to tears except perhaps the mongrels that were responsible for this catastrophe. Some of them are alleged to have re ignited the fires that were brought under control in spite of all the devastation that was prevailing.

It is being recognized as the worst: peace time: disaster in the history of this Country & would have to be when considering that picturesque towns such as Narbethong & Marysville do not exist anymore. The carnage & devastation, the human tragedies & sufferings, the cost in terms of the lives of innocent victims & its price (in these very difficult economic times) defy all logic or understanding. At present, there are still 2 or 3 fires that are of some concern & both the Prime Minister & State's Premier have toured some of the affected areas. They have been moved as much as many Melbournians, Victorians & Australians by the extent of the tragedy & suffering of the victims. Perhaps these signs contain a Divine message for us humans amidst society's total disdain for the sanctity of basic human values & reluctance to acknowledge "GOD" in our midst.

Please keep us in your prayers.

Sincerely yours,

Saturday, January 17, 2009

Dear Patti,

I want to begin today by discussing my cell phone. My cell phone is small; it fits neatly in my shirt pocket. It does all sorts of neat things like contain my schedule, all my addresses, the names, addresses and phone numbers of all my friends, it connects to the internet, it gets my email, and I can even play solitaire on it. Or yes, my cell phone does something else too: it makes and receives phone calls.

All of us receive calls from the Lord. The question becomes: Do we recognize his number? Sometimes, like the disciples in the Gospel, we recognize the Lord and follow. Sometimes, we don’t recognize His number and can’t be bothered with answering. Often, though, we just send God’s call to voice mail. We might be afraid of what He is going to ask of us. He might demand something more than we want to do or give. Maybe, we’d rather deal with Him later. Maybe if we ignore the call enough, we won’t have to deal with it at all.

Cardinal Newman wrote this beautiful reflection: "God has created me for some definite service; He has committed some work to me which He has not committed to another. I have a mission. I may never know exactly what that mission is in this life. I shall be told it in the next. I have a part in a great work. I am a link in a chain, a bond of connection between persons. He has not created me for nothing. I shall do good. I shall do His work. I shall be an angel of peace, a preacher of truth in my own place, even if I do not realize what I am doing. But, if I keep His commandments, I will serve Him in my calling."

What is your calling? What is my calling? The general answer to those questions is simple: we are called to serve God. The particular answer to these questions is a mystery, the mystery of our lives. We pray today for the grace and courage to be attune to God’s call in our lives. We pray for the courage to have an orientation to the Lord throughout our lives, so that when He calls we will respond, "Speak Lord, your servant is listening."

Sincerely yours,
Fr Daniel Kilala


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