Jan 09 2007


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Greetings of peace to all who visit.

“I have neither silver nor gold, but what I do have I give you.”

About – the Pelianito messages

The readings you will find here are neither literature, nor theology. They are excerpts from the journal of a Roman Catholic Christian, loyal to the teachings of the church, struggling to discern and follow the will of God in her life. Perhaps God will use these words to touch you in some way, perhaps not. Either way, may you be blessed as you journey with the Lord.

About -  Pelianito, the person

I am a cradle-Catholic, a middle-aged married woman with grown children. In 1997 I had a very profound experience of the Lord in the Eucharist. Since then I have felt the Lord speaking to my heart and especially opening Scripture to me as he did to the disciples on the road to Emmaus. As you can see in the messages this poor sinner had and still has much to learn. Like St. Paul I can only boast of my weakness, for without it I would not have this treasure to share.

From the beginning I always felt that the messages in my journal were not for me alone. My heart burned to share these words with others but I had no real outlet. This caused me great anxiety until I was able in 2003 to start an online mailout, which eventually lead to a blog. Being able to share my journal was a great relief. I believe it is God’s will that I post these messages and I leave it to the Lord to lead his beloved little souls to them according to his perfect timing.

About – Pelianito, the name

At one point early on, I felt the Lord giving me a new name, Pelianito, which He revealed to me, means “Sent”. At first I thought that I would be literally “sent” as part of my mission, but as the mailout took shape I realized, it was the messages that would be “sent”. A little play on words for the electronic age.

I ask Jesus in Mary to grant a special blessing of peace to all who visit this site.


To contact Pelianito email: pelianito(at)catholic(dot)org.

To order her book, Cling to Hope with Joy: Messages from Scripture, visit www.goldleafword.com.

70 responses so far

70 Responses to “About”

  1. CLAREon 01 Oct 2008 at 9:25 pm

    how do I subscribe to your blog – couldnt see anything on the webpage about this

  2. pelianitoon 02 Oct 2008 at 6:05 pm

    Peace be with you Clare.

    The “subscribe” link is in the blogroll, item 1. You will be sent a confirmation email. The mailout goes out usually on Sunday nights and consists of the previous week’s blog entries. You may peruse the archives to see what has gone out in previous mailouts.

    God bless.

  3. Susanon 06 Oct 2008 at 7:44 pm

    I just discovered your blog, thank you so much, this is so beautiful.

  4. pelianitoon 06 Oct 2008 at 8:01 pm

    Thank you Susan. God is so good to give us encouragement in times of trial. We must not lose hope no matter what.

    May his kingdom come and may his holy will be done now and forever. God bless you and yours.

  5. Mary Thereseon 22 Oct 2008 at 12:23 pm

    Thank you so very much for publishing your journal. Christ speaks so very clearly to you, I am sure, but also to me through your “blog”!

  6. pelianitoon 22 Oct 2008 at 7:25 pm

    Mary Therese, thank you for your encouragement. As I said above, I always felt that these words were not for me alone. Your comment is a confirmation of that. Thanks be to God!

    I also feel that perhaps our Lord wants to use this blog to give others a thirst for Scripture so that by meditating regularly on the Word, He may speak His words of love into their hearts as well. Certainly the Holy Father wants to encourage us in this practice.

    At any rate, I am humbled that God would use this poor sinner to speak His words of love to you and all who read the messages. May God be praised forever!

  7. Mary-Louiseon 23 Oct 2008 at 11:27 am

    I read your words and they echo what I hear and see around me. I give in to fear for my family, especially my children, who are away from the church — and one child who is on a dangerous path. Surrendering all anxiety to Jesus is such a hard thing to do. I hope one day you are led to share your experience of the Eucharist, because stories are easily absorbed and remembered. God bless.

  8. pelianitoon 23 Oct 2008 at 9:05 pm

    Thank you for commenting, Mary-Louise. It is so easy to be discouraged. I too have loved ones who are on dangerous paths. I find it helps to place these people in the Immaculate Heart whenever I feel anxious, or to pray “Jesus I trust in you to grant the grace of conversion to this person.” If you have not read St. Faustina’s diary, “Divine Mercy in My Soul,” please consider doing so. The depths of our Lord’s mercy are unimaginable. He wants us to trust Him. Believe that your prayers will be the rain that softens the ground for God’s message to be planted in the hearts of those far from Him. Confidence in God’s mercy is a very powerful prayer. I will add my prayers to yours. Peace be with you dear sister.

    I will consider your suggestion and will pray about it.

  9. anneon 30 Oct 2008 at 3:18 pm

    comments about those far away have helped me too. i also am sad about children and others. yes, Mercy and Trust is what we must lean on. thank you so much. anne

  10. pelianitoon 30 Oct 2008 at 4:01 pm

    God bless you, Anne, and all those you are concerned about.

  11. Dee Marieon 18 Nov 2008 at 9:21 am

    I am glad that I have been led to your blog, and how you have reached out to all who are searching.

    I hear the words ‘do not be afraid’… His Will be done. But worry creeps back in – especially for those in my own family.

    Thank you for sharing this gift.

  12. pelianitoon 18 Nov 2008 at 12:51 pm

    I too must fight the temptation to worry. It is just that–a temptation. If we dissect worry, we can see that it serves no purpose except to instill fear. Worry denies trust in God. Worry lives in the future; God dwell in his eternal present. If we worry we step out of the presence of God. Then fear can attack us. Just say “NO” to worry. If you get these feelings, say, “Jesus I trust in YOU!” That is why he gave us this prayer through St. Faustina. It was to get us through this time. What a beautiful Lord he is! Ponder his beauty and you will be free from worry.

    I too am concerned for those in my family. God has given you the gift of faith not just for yourself but for all those he has placed on your heart. Fast and pray for them. God has given them the gift of your faith. Place them in the Immaculate Heart and pray for all souls. Our Lord longs to save them through you. Ask our Lord how to pray for them. He wants to save them more than you do! He will use you if you are willing. Be an instrument of his love for them. And be at peace.

    God bless you Dee Marie.

  13. Agnes CKon 13 Dec 2008 at 7:51 am

    Dear Pelianito,
    Thank you for starting this blog, and thank the Lord that Mark Mallet led me here. Such beautiful thoughts & inspirations. I especially love “Live in His Love II” – that the Lord condescends to speak to each of us so lovingly and personally… touches me profoundly.
    Your postings are a great comfort in these troubled times.
    God bless you.

  14. pelianitoon 13 Dec 2008 at 9:31 am

    All thanks and praise to God dear sister. He wants to comfort us in these troubled times. That he will use worthless sinners as his instruments is a testament to his unlimited grace and mercy. Thank you for your comment.

    God bless.

  15. Davidon 02 Jan 2009 at 8:15 pm

    Dear Pelianito,

    Thank you for your labors of love. Like Agnes above, I also was led to your blog through the Mark Mallett Meditations. The Holy Spirit is making powerful use of the web to reach His people, and to prepare us for the troubled times ahead.

    I, too, have a daily prayer burden for my adult children, as well as our beautiful grandchildren. Thank you for the prayer image of placing them in the Immaculate Heart. I find comfort and strength in your words that God has given me the gift of faith, not for myself alone, but also for them… that God has given THEM the gift of MY faith. I have always treasured the gift of faith; now I have all the more reason to treasure it.

    Grace and blessings to you. PAX CHRISTI

  16. pelianitoon 02 Jan 2009 at 8:48 pm

    Thank you for your comment David. Our Lord knows how much we need encouragement in this age more than any other. I praise God for what he is able to do through broken instruments.

    I have found that placing all those God has given me to pray for in the Immaculate Heart is a very powerful way to pray. More and more I offer my prayers to our Lady for her purposes while entrusing my needs and all the people on my prayer list to her. It is a very simple way to accomplish much spiritually. I look after her business and she looks after mine.

    God be with you and yours through Jesus in Mary.

  17. anneon 16 Jan 2009 at 10:30 pm

    what an ecouraging group of comments.i particualaly like the words them the gift of your faith. sp supportive. also placing others in Immaculate Heart and offering prayers to Mary for her purposes. we need to be constantly reminded . thank you all.

  18. pelianitoon 17 Jan 2009 at 8:28 am

    Our Lord is so merciful! He has given us many, many shortcuts in the spiritual life–ours and those we are praying for, the most beautiful of which is our Blessed Mother. Let us continue to build up the kingdom, no matter what we see around us.

  19. pelianitoon 04 May 2009 at 10:10 am

    Private to KM. I tried to reply to your message but the email you supplied was invalid. If you email me directly at pelianito@catholic.org I can reply to you there. God bless you.

  20. Lindaon 13 Jun 2009 at 6:22 pm

    Very interesting and thoughtful commentary. I’ve just found this blog, and would like to subscribe, but I’m afraid I can’t see where to sign up. THere is a ‘log in’ but is that for first time users?

    God bless you!


  21. pelianitoon 13 Jun 2009 at 11:06 pm

    God bless you too Linda. Welcome to the blog.

    You do not need to subscribe to read the blog. If you would like to sign up for weekly mailouts of the week’s blog posts sent to your email account each Sunday or Monday, scroll down on the right-hand side of the page to “Blogroll” item 1.

    May God speak his words of love and hope into your heart

  22. Jeanne Thereseon 26 Sep 2009 at 2:16 pm

    How do I subscribe to your WEBSITE? for daily thoughts. God Bless you and Keep you in the Hollow of his hand.

    Thank You!

  23. pelianitoon 26 Sep 2009 at 4:12 pm

    Thank you for your kind words of support. May our Lord be praised in all
    who visit my blog.

    On the right side under Blogroll there is a link to subscribe to the
    weekly mailout. Generally I post two to three times per week to the blog
    and then on Sunday or Monday send that week’s blog posts to subscribers.
    When you subscribe you will be sent an email asking you to confirm. You
    must do as the email says or you will not be added to the subscribers

    God bless you dear sister.

  24. Kayon 26 Sep 2009 at 6:45 pm


    I definitely want to subscribe to your blog and I was reading some of the comments. I am computer illiterate. What is a blogroll? Gotta walk me through it. Sorry.

    God Bless,

  25. pelianitoon 26 Sep 2009 at 7:09 pm

    Welcome Kay! Peace and all good to you and yours.

    You only need to subscribe if you want the weekly mailout of the previous week’s blog posts. If you intend to visit this site regularly, you may not need to subscribe. The blogroll is on the right-hand side of the home page down near the bottom. The first item in the list is how to subscribe to the weekly mailout, which goes out generally on Sunday or Monday each week. I hope this has helped. May God continue to lead you into his peace.

  26. Heatheron 27 Sep 2009 at 4:20 pm

    Have just come over here via Mark’s site. Am ever so glad that he put up links to you.
    I am curious on your experience with the Eucharist that led you to your mission in life.
    I was brought to the RC via the receiving of our Lord in this holy form and will never cease or hesitate to tell others of the power of the Eucharist.
    Thank you for your blog.

  27. gloria romolinion 27 Sep 2009 at 5:26 pm

    great site pray for all of us

  28. pelianitoon 27 Sep 2009 at 6:54 pm

    God bless you both, Gloria and Heather. Welcome to my blog. Heather, there is a chapter in my book that details my experiences with the Eucharist and my call to this mission. I will consider adding part of that chapter to this blog as a new page as you are not the first to request it.


  29. LauraLee Gaudioon 29 Sep 2009 at 12:25 am

    I have a large prayer list. It continues to grow. I am grateful that the Lord sends me people to pray for and grants me the grace to pray, the desire to pray. I realize the Lord God knows my heart, my worries, my concerns, so then (I feel silly for asking this) may I simply present my prayer list to Our Lady and her Immaculate Heart and not have to mention each individual by name?

    May the peace of the Holy Spirit fill each of us.

    God Bless, LauraLee

  30. pelianitoon 29 Sep 2009 at 6:51 am

    St. Pio used to pray one prayer to the Sacred Heart each day for all those who had asked for his prayers.

    Our Lord knows our limitations. Whenever someone asks me for prayers I immediately place that person in the Immaculate Heart. Our Lady keeps track of them for me. I give all my prayers to her (since my consecration) and ask her to dispense them as she sees fit. It is a very efficient way to pray, and must be pleasing to the Lord as it is all through Mary. It also removes all limits as Mary has no limits. God is so good! Alleluia!

  31. Kathleenon 29 Sep 2009 at 10:54 am

    I also recently found your wonderful website via Mark’s site. I have printed several of the blogs and will read them to my recently blinded daughter. Her offered-up sacrifices will bring many souls to Jesus I am sure. Miracles continue to happen for our family and we never cease to thank God for his mercy, love and the great gift of faith. Thank you and God bless,

  32. pelianitoon 29 Sep 2009 at 4:56 pm

    I thank God for the beautiful faith he has given you and your daughter. Please ask your daughter to pray for those in my family that need conversion–there are many!

    May you feel the Lord’s love today and always.

  33. Mary Nicewarneron 13 Oct 2009 at 12:06 pm

    I, too experienced a miraculous conversion. I was a cradle Catholic who left the church for fifteen years. One day, I sat on the bed and cried out “Lord, I am fed up with my life!” Instantly I was in the presence of the Heart of Jesus and pierced by the rays of His Mercy. A life changing event. I have written about it on my blogs. The Lord has been giving me “words” and dreams since then. Lately they have been really strong. The world needs to turn to the Lord. Soon.

  34. pelianitoon 13 Oct 2009 at 12:33 pm

    Praise the God of mercy! What a beautiful story. Thank you for sharing it. I will have a look at your blog later.

    How good our Lord is to give these strong messages to so many different people! I know my own courage would fail me if I did not have so many confirmations of these messages. May Our Lord and Our Lady strengthen us for the times just ahead. I too sense and urgency and have felt called to increase my prayers yet again.

    For the sake of his sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.

  35. Christieon 27 Nov 2009 at 4:25 pm

    What a blessing that God speaks to us through His other children. What a family we have! I find it beautiful that He uses this way not only to teach us about Himself but also to strengthen our bond within the communion of saints.

    You are the second blog that I’ve come across where your messages seem to reflect “coincidentally” the ones that I receive through prayer. I first one was Mark Mallett’s. I asked for confirmation after confirmation from God that what Mark was writing on his blog came from our Lord. Each answer, no matter how specific my request was always a very strong yes. God is so merciful with us. I found your site through Spirit Daily’s link but I also found it interesting that you have a connection with Mark Mallett.

    Thank you for your courage to share your gifts with others. I am hoping to learn more about my own gifts and how I am to use them from your faith journey. He is so faithful to us and never leaves our side. He reveals the picture to us in little puzzle pieces, but when we can start to make out the little pictures within the big picture it only causes us to praise Him even more!

    Thanks again for your charitable faithfulness to Him.

  36. pelianitoon 27 Nov 2009 at 7:20 pm

    God bless you Christie. Yes, you will never see farther ahead than the next step. Try giving your mission to Our Lady and then stand back! :) God bless you dear sister.

  37. Cindyon 10 Mar 2010 at 11:12 am

    I want to thank you and Our Lord for leading me to your blog. I began my own conversion last year and I feel the Holy Spirit has been leading me toward every increasing closer to the Lord every day and at every moment. I know that I am not alone and I know that I am merely an instrument of the Lord yet it is comforting to know that there are others who are experriencing the hand of God in their life all for his Glory. I recently had a dream wherein I can remember only one thing, a word James 4. It seems to affirm my sense that I must do all I can to help others come to the Lord through my own conduct and by sharing God’s Love for us all. Thank you for sharing you experience. God continue to Bless You! Praise be the our Lord Jesus Christ! KIng of endless Glory!

  38. Kathleen Humphreyon 24 Aug 2010 at 4:01 pm

    I would like to receive your emails.

  39. margaret munckon 29 Dec 2010 at 3:39 am

    I can’t thank my friend mary enough for sending me this blog. Just in time to re-enforce the need to fast and pray. I have 5 sons who spent many hours in prayer as children went to church every day with me and now they play video games. The words are very comforting and necessary. God is so good to man kind. I had a web site but it had to be taken down due to an invasion by evil intended people. It is being rebuilt but I have lots to write in it again. It does seem to me that we have moved into a time of not being able to do anything but fast and pray.

  40. Andrew Josephon 11 Feb 2011 at 7:06 am

    Took me time to read all of the comments, but I really enjoyed the article. It proved to be very helpful to me and I’m sure to all of the commenters here! It is always good when you can not only be informed, but additionally engaged! I’m certain you had joy writing this article.

  41. pelianitoon 11 Feb 2011 at 8:13 am

    Welcome Andrew Joseph! You may find more people read your comment if you post it under the latest message in the main body of the blog. God bless you!

  42. Helen Margareton 13 Dec 2011 at 10:48 pm

    I have been such a sinner, and now I am finding it hard to believe that I will make it. O God I am so sorry for all the wrong I have done, each like a blow to your heart. I am so happy I was given this address. I pray that Jesus will draw me closer to Him and show me how to live a sincere life following Him. I want to try and pray more, and to offer all my little trials in reparation for the sins I mave committted. Please pray for me as I will pray for you.Thank you so much for this blog. Jesus be praised! God Bless You!

  43. pelianitoon 13 Dec 2011 at 11:34 pm

    Welcome Helen! Remember “there is more joy in heaven over one sinner who repents…” Praise God for your contrite heart!

    If you want to be consoled read St. Faustina’s Diary. In the meantime, here are some readings (each word is linked to a different post)…


  44. Bill Sr.on 15 Dec 2011 at 9:37 am

    To Helen Margaret
    I hope you realize how blessed you are. Your words give you away. You know God and you know yourself. You know that you are loved and you have answered love’s call in your heart. All that is left is to let that love take control of your precious life our Lord desires. It is a surrender that conquers its adversaries and seals victory for Him.
    You can take heart in the words of the gentle and contrite “Summons Hymn” we love to sing, especially these,

    Will you love the “you” you hide if I but call your name?
    Will you quell the fear inside and never be the same?
    Will you use the faith you’ve found to reshape the world around,
    through my sight and touch and sound in you and you in me?

    Lord your summons echoes true when you but call my name.
    Let me turn and follow you and never be the same.
    In Your company I’ll go where Your love and footsteps show.
    Thus I’ll move and live and grow in you and you

    Peace be unto You

  45. Mickon 03 Apr 2012 at 9:14 am

    Peli, this may seem an odd question, but is the picture at the top of your webpage that of a wild rose? I ask because I am currently praying a novena to St. Therese and have asked that she please send me a rose as a sign, if God wills. As I was checking out your site just now, something told me to “look at the picture.” I don’t think I ever looked at this picture before, so I was kind of stunned. But perhaps it’s a wild purple raspberry flower? (Those do grow around here.)

  46. pelianitoon 03 Apr 2012 at 12:39 pm

    Mick, it is a wild rose, which is the provincial emblem of the province where I live. The wild rose is an important symbol to me and came to me in a dream some years ago. When I found it in the blog templates, I took it as a sign. Now it looks as if you can take it as a sign too!

  47. Jennyon 18 Apr 2012 at 10:38 pm

    Hello Peli—just posted a comment in the prayer requests part of your website–sorry i posted in the wrong place. Just wanted to say, I came across your site by accident today and wish to say, I am delighted!! keep up The Good Work. Will pray for you and your family, next time I go to Adoration–bye for now–Jenny

  48. pelianitoon 19 Apr 2012 at 7:49 am

    Thanks Jenny. I am constantly amazed by what God can do when simple sinners say yes to him! Welcome to the family. :) If you want others to respond to your future comments it is best to post them under the most recent message post.

    BTW, you didn’t find us by “accident”. :)

  49. anneon 09 May 2012 at 7:52 am

    does God teach us through dreams how should I respond to the dreams that I have

  50. pelianitoon 09 May 2012 at 12:41 pm

    Anne, I discerned some time ago that the dreams I feel are from God are primarily a call to prayer. When you have a dream that you feel is from God, first of all pray about the subject matter or the person in the dream. Then ask God if there is more he desires from you would he please let you know. Be at peace dear sister.

    You may also post your dreams in the comments under the latest blog post if you feel they are meant to be shared.

  51. anneon 10 May 2012 at 7:14 am

    Thank you that is great advice.
    I have been spending my time thinking about them instead of praying.
    I love to pray!
    I am hoping to “pray always” as scripture says.

  52. Paul Girouxon 18 May 2012 at 3:43 am

    I REALLY wish I had your trust. My journey is in it’s 3rd year with no sign of abating. Prayer is increasingly difficult and I’ve almost given up many times. All of the comments resonate with me. I don’t know where you all get your strength. There must be a reason for all of this. Wish I knew.

  53. pelianitoon 18 May 2012 at 6:59 am

    Paul, trust is a decision not a feeling. Do not imagine that I or anyone else here glides through our lives never feeling stressed, never wavering in our faith. What I have said to others is to pray often the prayer Jesus gave to St. Faustina: “Jesus I trust in you.” Pray it until you mean it! Our trust is being tested in these times. That is why Jesus gave us such a simple prayer–something we could utter or cry out several times a day. In good times or in bad, let us always say, “Jesus I trust in you.” God be with you dear brother.

  54. maryon 30 Jul 2012 at 9:03 pm

    Hesitatingly I post…after being led to your site some months ago as I have traversed the valleys and peaks of a 15+ year very debilitating chronic invisible illness, mercifully having been told by a spiritual director some years after it’s onset that it was/is in response to my answer to Jesus when asked if I would do anything (without knowing what it might be) to offer myself in stemming the tide of all He had been showing me of the horrors of the Culture of Death. I was almost terrified at the time of my “yes,” so profound an experience it was. To this day, the suffering ~ physically, mentally, emotionally, spiritually ~ has been humanly unbearable at times. Of late, after so many years, it has taken its toll, become a place nearly devoid of feelings of love, the desire to pray, horrendous temptations to resentment, and as ever, a grievous sense of abandonment by Him even in the midst of EVER-present confirmations of His Presence to the contrary! I pray nonetheless. I offer it all nonetheless. I say “yes” though scarcely bearing it at times, and feel badly for weeping so. Joy escapes me. I KNOW He and all of heaven is here with us all, and yet, the experience of abandonment and constant accusations as to being nothing more than a self-pitying “martyr” bring me to near despair more times than I can count. Please know that I visit your site every day in the wee hours of the morning before entering the blessed relief of sleep, and hold tightly the words I believe the Lord gives you for us. Many, many times, it has given me the strength to “Choose Life,” just one more day, for souls…no matter the cost! God Bless you richly for your obedience and faithfulness. It has made all the difference in my life…

  55. pelianitoon 30 Jul 2012 at 10:14 pm

    Oh Mary! Your obedience in offering yourself as a victim soul is bearing so much fruit–you will be amazed when our beautiful Lord shows us what he was able to purchase with your humble offerings. Trust in him who has called you to this heroic sacrifice. He is more near to you in your feelings of abandonment than he is in any feeling of consolation. This poor sinner is humbled to be used to give you hope and strength in your mission of suffering. May Jesus in Mary continue to give you perseverance and unending strength as you continue to toil in the harvest of souls. Your rest will be well deserved. “Well done, good and faithful servant.”

  56. maryon 31 Jul 2012 at 1:02 am

    Thank you so much for your words of encouragement, but even the thought of “victim soul” not only frightens me, but I am of the persuasion would not apply, as I am keenly aware of a far less than desirable past and plenty of moments of cowardice and emotional pleadings with the Lord to “let this cup pass.” If it were not for the most merciful Sacrament of the Confessional and the union with Him in the Eucharist, I would be history to be sure. I prefer to think that I have been given the opportunity to repay the Lord for His unwarranted forgiveness AND offer up what I all too often chaff against for the salvation of souls. My understanding of actual victim souls is that they find joy in their sufferings, embrace their cross. I have a good long distance to go in that area…and pray daily HE sees me through to the finish line…In the meantime, praying all His very best for you, yours and everyone His is touching through you!

  57. pelianitoon 31 Jul 2012 at 9:50 am

    Mary, we will leave it to God to decide the merits of you sufferings and their application. For now let us just give him what we can and ask for the graces we need to do all he asks of us with generosity and love.

  58. maryon 31 Jul 2012 at 5:40 pm

    Amen ;)

  59. William Kennedyon 12 Oct 2012 at 10:26 pm

    Hi, a friend of mine led me to this site.. She thought it would be a good place for me to post a most serious question. Because I need some serious help with this. I have no clue where to post this, so I’ll post it here, and let you sort it out.. And Thank you..
    It has recently come to my attention that all the leaders in my parish are Obama supporters.. I absolutely know for sure that our Nuns are, because I heard straight from the horses mouth, this morning.. Sister came to breakfast with a few of us after Mass. The debate from last night came up.. Her views came out, and she admited to being for Obama.. Her view on Abortion is much the same as VP Biden.. Our jaws dropped! I debated her on the subjected for a while.. I have heard from another, very credible source, that our 2 Priests, and 1 Deacon, are also in the Obama camp.. (in my opinion, the devils den).. I want to know for sure in regards to the clergy, ie, I want to hear it straight from them, just as I did this morning from Sister.. So my question is this: How should I approach them with the question? Should I be point blank, saying “I heard you are voting for O, is this true? Or, should I ask “May I ask who you are voting for?” or, should I be some what sligh, by asking “Father, is it a sin to vote for O?.. Any help you can give me, I would certainly appreciate.. Thank you, sincerely, William Kennedy.. btw, I’m in So California..
    PS: My reason for wanting to know, is because I feel that if they are on the wrong side of this, then I think we are being led by misguided shepherds, and I may need to find a new parish.. or a new state..

  60. pelianitoon 13 Oct 2012 at 9:43 am

    Peace and blessings William. I am moving your post to the comments section of the latest blog post (click here and scroll down). That way you will get a response from other people as well as me. I will post my response there as well. God bless.

  61. Mark Crosson 16 Oct 2012 at 10:29 pm

    William I would take the approach to ask if it were 1860 would they be for slavery? I would then compare the two, that is slavery and aboration with the point that at least African Americans could fight for their rights both physically and in speech. I would then point out that to allow abortion is a violation of the rights of God the Father (first comandment).
    I would then say in love that the sin of slavery on the American soul pales in comparison to the stain of sin on the soul of aborition.

  62. VTAon 24 Oct 2012 at 4:41 am

    @William If you change parishes or move to another state, I don’t think you’ll find the situation much different. I would just pray for your priests and nuns, and engage them gently (NOT confront) if the situation arises.
    I think many Catholics (myself included) agree with Obama on many social justice issues. The GOP basically seems indifferent to these issues, despite what they say. But abortion (and gay marriage, etc.) is a deal breaker. A Catholic simply can’t vote pro-abortion.
    Personally, I think many in the GOP merely claim to be pro-life to get the Christian vote. They (our GOP Congress) haven’t even tried to do anything about it for quite a while. Nevertheless, unlike the Dems, they are not openly “pro-choice”.

  63. Roberton 04 Dec 2012 at 1:41 pm

    The Democratic Party denied God three times on TV in front of the whole Country. They are pro-abortion pro- gay marriage and for all intents and purposes socialist/ communists. They still received a majority of Catholic vote.

    Unfortunately we are going to get what we deserve. I see all these signs in church about social justice. Its a code word for socialism. What ever happened to charity? The answer is, America now wants the government to do it. That charity will include abortion, birth control and gay maraige counceling

  64. auroraon 20 Dec 2012 at 1:02 am

    The scripture readings and reflections been forwarded to me.
    As I read it you are send by God to help others to understand the readings and reflections – that motivate them to spend more
    time to read the bible and to spend time to the Blessed Sacrament and cling for intercession to Blessed Mother. I promote the Precious Blood of Jesus Christ and focus to the scripture readings and Blessed Sacrament.
    A Blessed Christmas and New Year 2013

  65. pelianitoon 20 Dec 2012 at 8:30 am

    Thank you Aurora! Welcome to the blog. You have a lovely understanding of the purpose of my blog–The Eucharist, Scripture, the Blessed Mother. Thank you for the work you are doing to promote devotion to the Precious Blood of Jesus–it is our safety and our salvation. A blessed Christmas to you too.

  66. bernieon 20 Jan 2013 at 8:16 am

    Who is Gloriano. This was in a prayer I believe when I got your blog in an e-mail from a friend. I know that there are many many things the matter with our world. It is on its way to hell faster and faster now but we don’t need to call on the intercession of something that will not help. Enlighten me on who is Gloriano and please answer. I would like to know. If it is some saint tell me.

  67. pelianitoon 21 Jan 2013 at 8:07 am

    Thank you for your question Bernie. It is always good to discern carefully what we do not understand. The term is Gloriana (“a” at the end). The word was given to me in my “tongues” language, a language of the Holy Spirit. I was also given the meaning: Gloriana: The angels and saints in perfect communion with the Blessed Trinity; the perfect unity of heaven. The word falls under the category of private revelation so if you would rather not use the term, feel free to just refer to the unity of heaven, or the communion of saints. May God grant you wisdom and discernment.

  68. moniqueon 31 Jan 2013 at 6:46 pm

    Thank-you so much for the information on Caritas. I definitely don’t want to be involved in it then.There’s so many things today that appear good from the outside. We really have to have great discernment and prayer. Mark Mallett has a great message on the Illumination today.

  69. Julieon 26 Sep 2013 at 3:42 pm

    For the last 5 years God has been calling me to several hours a day of contemplative prayer. I heard this “Not ONE SOUL! I DO NOT WANT TO LOSE ONE SOUL! BRING ME SOULS!” It was urgent and very powerful with the love and mercy of Jesus. I feel an urgency but it is peaceful. I also heard this “You are My Beautiful Gate through which Heaven will pour.” I believe that the teeter totter of good and evil is being tipped toward good and that billions of souls are being saved through this quiet prayer time when I also meditate on “The Hours of the Passion” given to mystic Luisa Picaretta by Jesus during the 1800s. I know “billions” seem like a lot but, when we realize that there is no time for God, then we can go back in time to the battlefields during the world wars and bring souls to Jesus. Since this all started I have had increasing pain from arthritis of the spine. I finally understand that this pain has been added to give weight to my prayer for souls. Jesus is coming soon. I am 60. I think my grandchildren will be in a very beautiful place. Not sure if I will make it, but you and I, and an army of servants living in the Divine Will are ushering in THE ERA OF PEACE. God bless you “Pelianito”

  70. pelianitoon 26 Sep 2013 at 5:06 pm

    Thank you Julie. All these confirmations are such a blessing. The evil one does all he can to discourage us! What times we are in! May God grant that we live only and always in his holy will. Jesus, Mary, Joseph, we love you! In the Divine Will, save many souls, from Adam to the last man! Jesus we trust in you.

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