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The Two Powerful Ritas!!

Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Rita gaining power! (Image Source) Posted by Picasa

St. Rita's powerful intercession before God for us all!- if we ask! (Image Source) Posted by Picasa
With Hurricane Rita gain power in the gulf as she heads for a collision course with Texas let us take a minute to remember the powerful intercession of another Rita- Saint Rita of Cascia. Often called the patron Saint of hopeless causes let us call out to her for those in the path of the other Rita and for ourselves.
Saint Rita of Cascia pray for us and all those in the path of the hurricane and lead us all to Our Lord Jesus Christ- The Divine Mercy- through the Immaculate Heart of Mary!
Omnia Pro Iesu Per Mariam!!

"It is only from want of knowing how to make use of the divine action that so many Christians pass their lives in anxiously pursuing a multitude of methods which might prove useful if ordained by this divine action, but which by preventing a simple union with it, become positively harmful. All this multiplicity fails to impart that which can only be found in the principle of all life, that which is continually present with us, and which stamps each of its tools with a character of its own and makes it work with an incomparable fitness. Jesus is sent to us as a Master to whom we do not sufficiently attend. He speaks to every heart, and to each He utters the word of life, the only word applicable to us, but we do not hear it. We want to know what He has said to others and do not listen when He speaks to ourselves. We do not sufficiently regard things as having been supernaturalised by the divine action. We should always accept them with the perfect confidence they merit; with an open mind and with generosity, and be sure that nothing will harm those who act thus. This vast activity, which is in itself ever the same from the beginning to the end of time, is employed with every moment, pouring its immensity and virtue on the souls which adore it, love it, and rejoice in it alone." + Excerpt from Abandonment to Divine Providence
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