Saint Camillus de Lellis
Dear Family of Mary!
Today Jesus and Mary want to offer us rest. We are all tired. Our struggles, both physical, emotional and spiritual are wearing us out. Our hearts are very often heavy, due to the sorrows of this world. We have little or no control over our circumstances. And so, worry can entrap us. But this is not what Jesus and Mary want for us. They are with us to help us every day to stay in the peace of God.
Jesus told us the way to find rest in the Gospel for today (I have separated the sentences so we can read them slowly and prayerfully):
“Come to me, all you who labor and are burdened,
and I will give you rest.
Take my yoke upon you and learn from me,
for I am meek and humble of heart;
and you will find rest for yourselves.
For my yoke is easy, and my burden light.” (Mt 11:28-30)
Our Lady says the same:
“Dear children, In this restless time, anew I am calling you to set out after my Son – to follow Him.
I know of the pain, suffering and difficulties, but in my Son you will find rest; in Him you will find peace and salvation.
My children, do not forget that my Son redeemed you by His Cross and enabled you, anew, to be children of God; to be able to, anew, call the Heavenly Father: ‘Father’.
To be worthy of the Father, love and forgive, because your Father is love and forgiveness.
Pray and fast, because that is the way to your purification, it is the way of coming to know and becoming cognizant of the Heavenly Father.
When you become cognizant of the Father, you will comprehend that He is all you need.
I, as a mother, desire my children to be in a community of one single people where the Word of God is listened to and carried out. (Our Lady said this resolutely and with emphasis.)
Therefore, my children, set out after my Son.
Be one with Him.
Be God’s children.
Love your shepherds as my Son loved them when He called them to serve you. Thank you.” (June 02, 2013)
Amen and Amen!
In Jesus, Mary and Joseph!
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