This is a piece by Anthony Mullen, director of the Flame of Love Movement in the U.S. He has been sending booklets on it to be given away on my visits. Henceforth, they will be drop-shipped to each city so some are available, as we were wiped out in Nashville. Attendance has been a little more than I expected.
Alas, Fr. Daniel Reehil of St. Edward’s in Nashville, told me some glitch caused their videotaping to produce all video and no audio. Their IT guy can’t figure it out – as they routinely videotape things. I really would have liked you to hear Susan Skinner – Veil of Veronica’s comments, but such is life. I’m pretty sure the videotape from Atlanta was okay…and we will have a video of Ft. Lauderdale available later in the week.
Yesterday at Mass I prayed for inspiration on the Pope’s Encyclical – and got it. I need to have a little quiet time to get it down properly. I am in transit to Ft. Lauderdale today and will be very busy tomorrow…but if I get a few moments, I will have it up tonight. If not, it will be up Wednesday.
For now, enjoy Anthony…and thank you for the wonderful reception I am getting as I travel around this great country. I can tell you from Nashville and Atlanta, take heart…you are not alone!
Once when Elizabeth Kindelmann (www.flameoflove.us) was speaking with a very intelligent person, who did not understand the messages of Jesus and Mary about the Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, Elizabeth stated: “I frequently pray using the Blessed Virgin’s words, and I ask the Holy Spirit to enkindle light in those who have heard the messages.” She then added this key insight: “I felt that what I said (to that person) did not come from my natural powers.”
This is a critical piece of Wisdom that we must be convicted of and seek to meditate on now and until we believe we have absorbed this Wisdom through our daily mental prayer. The Wisdom flows directly from one of the most important insights in all of Holy Scripture:
“No one can say Jesus is Lord, except by the (power of) the Holy Spirit!”
Blessed Pope Paul VI in…
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