''I wish that for every month, on the 13th, the people to whom I have revealed to will speak to all My children, to invite the world, and invite every person in the world today to lessen their own desires, putting their own interests above all else...
What Should We Do?
Lent reminds us of repentance, penance, and penitence, because we have offended God. But that is not enough. If just that, then it does not yet include all of its meaning, because Lent is the most significant time of the year. The First Reading on the first day of Lent makes the difference more obvious.
The Church begins Lent with a reading from the Prophet Joel (2:12-18). The reading takes us back to the extremely difficult times in Israel. The land was destroyed by locusts and crop failures. The future of the people is hopeless. The prophet Joel says that people have brought the disaster upon themselves because of their unfaithfulness to God. But he did not summon people into the synagogue to repent. He also did not call them to sacrifice animals in the Temple. He did not talk about public repentance, rending garments to show grief. No, the prophet Joel said: "Rend your hearts, and not your garments."
The first challenge of Lent is to open wide our hearts in life. We rend our hearts not only in the spiritual domain but also in real life; for example, sharing bread with those in need; visiting the sick, the diseased, the homebound, those in hospitals or nursing homes.
Lent is a call to mourn for what we can do but did not. Lent is an opportunity to grieve for what we should do but did not. Lent is an opportunity to change what we ought to. Therefore, Lent is not just for penance. Lent is formation, preparation, and renewal of anything that is hindering life from uniting with God.
Therefore, Lent is an invitation for us to unite with God through the Eucharistic Jesus.
Prayer of Offering to the Eucharistic Jesus
O Lord Jesus, I prostrate before the Sacrament of the Holy Eucharist to offer my soul, body, thoughts, words, deeds, and all the hardships of my life. God, please accept my humble offering and grant me Your Most Holy Body.
Though the covenant is unequal, I know it is because of Your all-encompassing love for me, though I am weak and sinful. I promise to daily thank, love, worship, and praise You.
I chastise myself to express my gratitude to You, because of my indifference and lukewarmness in the past toward the Most Precious Body and Blood in the Most Holy Sacrament. I beseech You to let me receive this sacrament, and as my penance, to earnestly visit the Most Holy Body in the tabernacle, because I have offended the Lord of heaven and earth.
O Most Holy Sacrament, O Most Divine Sacrament – may I daily thank, love, worship, and praise the Eucharistic Jesus. For You are my only hope and my inheritance. Amen.
Our Lord Jesus Christ
and Mother Mary
Expressing Their Feelings
through the 14 Stations
of the Cross
Jesus carried the Cross to Calvary.
St. John the Apostle wrote in chapter 19:16-18: “Then he handed him over to them to be crucified. So they took Jesus, and he went out, bearing his own cross, to the place called the place of a skull, which is called in Hebrew Gol'gotha. There they crucified him, and with him two others, one on either side, and Jesus between them.”
The road from Pilate's palace to Calvary is more than 600 meters long.
During the journey, He was hungry, thirsty, in pain, barely able to walk the 1,321 steps.
The Scriptures recorded that He fell three times, but in the revelations to St. Nhichlin and St. Brigitta, He fell 13 times while carrying the crossbar on His shoulder.
The wooden crossbar, weighing 79 to 110 pounds, was tied tightly on His shoulder during the agonizing journey.
The crown of thorns was thrown off His head, causing blood to splatter. God suffered excruciating pain when the soldiers picked it up and forced it deeper onto His head.
He had already lost a lot of blood and fluid from being brutally scourged, and because the previous night's wounds still bled, they fear Jesus will die along the way and not reach the place of execution as planned, the soldiers forced Simon of Cyrene to help Jesus.
According to the revelations to St. Nhichlin and St. Brigitta, the Lord said that He endured the tortures and scourges "to the same degree as if I died 19 times."
According to scientific discoveries from the Shroud of Turin and historical studies, the person sentenced to death must carry a horizontal crossbar. The upright post is built on the hill.
The face of Jesus Christ from the Shroud of Turin (left).
The face of Jesus in the drawing of
a messenger as well as a painter
who was revealed by Our Lord Jesus Christ (right).
The wound on the shoulder blade is as big as 3 fingers with 3 bones exposed.
This wound, not recorded by men, caused Jesus more anguish and pain than all the wounds in the execution.
The purpose of the horizontal crossbar tied tightly to both hands is for the condemned to have no hope of escape and for his friends to not be able to remove it.
At the same time it is a corporal punishment to severely punish the convict.
The Church describes the Way of Jesus' Cross through 14 images called "The 14 Stations of the Cross."
Pilate condemned Jesus to crucifixion
The following are the words of Jesus and Blessed Mother for the 14 Stations of the Cross, given to humanity on the 24th of October, 2018, at the Church of Our Lady of Lavang, Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, along with the words inspired by the Holy Spirit through the messenger Lucia.
1. Jesus is condemned to death
2. The Lord Jesus carries His Cross
3. The Lord Jesus falls the first time
4. The Lord Jesus meets His Mother
5. Simon helps the Lord Jesus carry His Cross
6. Veronica wipes the face of the Lord Jesus
7. The Lord Jesus falls for the second time
8. Jesus consoles the women of Jerusalem
9. The Lord Jesus falls for the third time
10. The Lord Jesus is stripped of His garment
11. The Lord Jesus is nailed to the Cross
12. The Lord Jesus dies on the Cross
13. The Lord Jesus is taken down from the Cross
14. The burial of the Lord Jesus in the tomb
The messenger, Lucia Phan, is an American immigrant from Vietnam. She leads an intense prayer life that focuses on attending Mass and adoration of Our Lord in the Most Blessed Sacrament. She receives the messages by way of interior locutions and is able to capture miraculous images of the Eucharist on her cell phone's camera. When Jesus gives her messages, it is as a Father in the family, as the Master/the Teacher.
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