September 2013


eastwind memoirs23 Sep 2013 08:45 am

eastwind memoirs 02 – brawl in a border village bar – PORTUGAL

eastwind memoirs 02
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Brawl in a Border Village Bar – PORTUGAL
 
By Bernie Lopez, eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com
 
(The Filipino author hitchhiked 25,000 kilo­meters for 18 months, drifting through 18 countries in Europe and North Africa for 3. This is a true story, with the dialogue reconstructed.)
 
during the death march
in bataan in world war two
the soldiers who survived
were those whose only concern
was to place one foot in front of the other
those who looked up
the endless road ahead died of despair
myopia is sometimes a virtue
foresight a dangerous folly
especially in times of crisis and pain
 
         At the first Portuguese village at the border of Spain and Portugal, Vila Real de San Anto­nio, I rested outside a bar. It was dusk. The evening was becoming royal blue against a cloudless sky.
         The guitar was heavy. I peeked in. The bar­ten­der beckoned to me. He saw my guitar, my magic wand. I went in. I did not know it was easy to understand Portuguese if you spoke broken Spanish. With a little help from non-verbal communica­tions, I felt at home in Portugal. There was an all-male group, all in different levels of inebriation in this crowded village bar.
         The bartender pointed to my guitar. So I brought it in and took it out of the case. He told me to play a tune. I obliged. The drinkers, mostly middle- and old-aged, gathered around me, staring si­lently, waiting for me to open my mouth and strum the guitar. I did not have stage fright. I felt like singing. There I was sing­ing a Filipino Christmas carol again weeks after Christmas, the same tune I played in Morocco for Vicky and her boy friend, Ang Pasko Ay Sumapit (Christmas is here). I thought the song would impress listeners as really ‘foreign’, really ‘eastern’. In reality, the minor chord progression was very Spanish in origin. It was also for lack of other songs to sing.
         In the middle of the song, a huge mug of cold beer slid down the ramp and screeched to a halt in front of me, frothing with anger. Then a large salami sandwich came next. They knew I was hungry. After the first song, they shouted rowdily. They grabbed the guitar from me and one played and sang a sad Portuguese folk song while I ate raven­ous­ly.
         That night, I had about six mugs of beer, some­thing I had not done for a long time. It was a far cry from the meditative gofio of Lanzarote. I was out of Africa, back in Europe were alcohol was king. After that quiet cave, it was good to mix with the rowdy Portuguese who were more drunk than I was.
         A guy put an arm around my shoulder. We both talked in broken Spanish. “Listen, my young man, where are you sleeping tonight?” he asked.
         I shrugged my shoulder, “I don’t know. Perhaps in the park outside. I saw a nice park outside.”
         His eyes widened in amusement. He laughed aloud until he choked. “You sleep in the park outside? That’s terrible. Nonsense, my young man. You sleep in my house tonight.”
         “You’re sure it’s no trouble?”
         “No trouble at all. It is my privilege to have a Filipino for a guest. We never see Filipinos around here, you know.”
         “Okay, muito obrigato.”, I did not remember if that was Catalan or Portuguese, but he understood and laughed.
         “Fine. I’ll see you later.”
         He left to join others who were singing, or trying to sing. There were no videokes or karaokes then. I joined others who were trying to talk to me. Everyone had to shout to be heard. It was total pandemonium. Another guy called me aside. He almost fell on me.
         “Where are you sleeping tonight, my friend?” he said.
         “Someone offered me to sleep in his house.”
         “Who?”
         I pointed to the guy who was by now trying to sing.
         He said, “Sebastian? Nonsense. You’re sleeping in my house tonight.”
         I shrugged my shoulders, “Doesn’t matter. Anywhere is fine.”
         “No, you sleep in my house,” he insisted with finality.
         “Talk to him,” I smiled.
         He marched straight to the other guy. They had an argu­ment. The others were siding with one or the other. The chaos was reaching a climax. Then I knew it would happen. The two had a fist fight. One went down on the floor. The other dove at him and they grappled like children on the floor to the amusement of everyone. Everyone was shouting like they were in an American wrestling match.
         I felt so privileged that in my first Portuguese village, people were fighting over me to sleep in their house. The feeling was nice. But if I did not leave, there would be a dilemma. I quietly took my guitar and was about to leave. The bartender saw me. I hush-hushed him and he understood. Quiet­ly, I left and walked to a nearby park. The pandemonium vanished away slowly. Then there was a deafening silence.
         I slept in the park. There was no rain. I preferred sleep­ing in the open alone rather than feeling rigid as a guest in a house whose host would certainly be over-hospit­able. It was good I left. And it was also good they fought over me. That was something I would never forget ever, my first encounter with the boisterous and lovable Portuguese. The whole night, before sleeping, I was laughing aloud to myself like a lunatic. The Portuguese were very much like Filipinos, I thought, warm, over-hospit­able, easy to befriend, noisy, unassuming, and reckless. Bernie Lopezeastwindreplyctr@gmail.com
eastwind memoirs23 Sep 2013 08:04 am

filipino sailors in athens – the one-night millionaire – em09

FILIPINO SAILORS IN ATHENS
The One-night Millionaire
 
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/09/eastwind-memoirs-01
 
eastwind memoirs 01
 
By Bernie V. Lopez
eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com

 

An excerpt from the book
WINGS AND WANDERLUST – The Art of Discovering Your Inner Self
(send the book as a Christmas gift to friends anywhere in the Philippines, Php450 all postal charges included, received via JRS in 2 to 3 days, no credit card needed. Email request to eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com).

 

every path is unique
no one can live your life for you
gurus can only give tips and guidelines
in the end you fly your own aircraft
you flap your own wings
you watch your own sunset
you find your own path
in your own way in your own style
 
when you enter the dark forest
good and bad things lurk
to make and break your soul
take the chance, you will not regret it
darkness and light will encompass you
make the Lord your beacon
for He is the Light in your darkness
gather strength in His grace
and everything will fall into place
beyond your imagination
 
eastwind

 

           On my second day in Athens, I wandered into Syntagma Square in the center of the city.

 

           GREEK WAITER (dressed in all-white) – Hey you, Filipino!
           ME – Hello.
           GREEK WAITER – You Filipinos are the craziest people I have met ever.
           ME – Really now. How come?

 

           There were about ten waiters dressing up with white linen a long table about a third of a kilometer long across the entire square. It practically ended at the horizon.

 

           GREEK WAITER – (Moving his finger 360 degrees.) You see this table, 300 meters long all around? This table is for big shots like the mayor of the city or an impor­tant business­man. This table is expensive. Only rich people have their parties here.
           ME – What does that have to do with crazy Filipinos?
           GREEK WAITER – (Pointing to one giving instructions to other waiters.) You see that crazy Filipino over there?
           ME – That’s the crazy Filipino? Looks normal to me.
           GREEK WAITER – You don’t understand. He is a humble second officer in a Panamanian ship that just landed in Piraeus yesterday. He can’t possibly afford to hire this long table.
           ME – If he is a Filipino seaman, he can.
           GREEK WAITER – That’s what I mean. You guys are crazy. He saves his salary for five years and spends it all in one birthday bash. He is inviting all Filipinos in the entire city of Athens, I mean all. Now, tell me, what is the logic in all that?
           ME – I don’t think you would understand even if I explained it to you.
           GREEK WAITER – Try me.
           ME – Well, okay. Filipinos have a different way of looking at things. Money is not everything. You work your ass off, that’s okay. But for a Filipino seaman, you earn money to spend it.
           GREEK WAITER – I give up. You’re just as crazy. I wouldn’t kill myself for five years inside the belly of a lousy ship just for a birthday party. He’s crazy.
           ME – I agree. He’s crazy alright. But in a commendable way.  He likes a birthday bash. What can you say? I must meet him and get invited.

 

           I walked over to him and he smiled upon seeing me, speak­ing in our native language,

 

           MONCHING (Filipino merchant marine) – Name’s Monching. What ship are you from?
           ME – Name’s Bernie. No ship. I’m not a seaman. That waiter says you are crazy for having an expensive party.
           MONCHING – (Laughing.) You only live once. You’re invited anyway to my birthday tomorrow night. All Filipinos are invited, no matter who they are, what they are, nurses, musicians, bar girls, whoever. Tell all Filipinos you know. Listen, I’m busy. You go talk to my friend Kardo over there.

 

           I went over to Kardo. He had a huge duffel bag with him.

 

           KARDO – What ship?
           ME – No ship.
           KARDO – I am the US Navy. Big warship. What are you doing here?
           ME – Not much. Just passing through?
           KARDO – And you’re not a seaman?
           ME – Nope.
           KARDO – That’s strange. You must be a tourist.
           Filipino seamen were not aware of Filipino drifters, hitchhikers, which were rare at that time. I did not bother to explain.

 

           KARDO – (Whispering furtively, to make sure no one else hears.) Listen, man, I need help.
           ME – Yes?
           KARDO – You see this?

 

           He opens the huge duffel bag. I peered in and saw a ton of blue seal Salem and Winston cigarettes, green and red like Christmas decor.

 

           KARDO – You help me. We sell this in the night bars. You get free drinks.
           ME – You’ve got about $2,000 worth in there, right?
           KARDO – Shhh. Shut up. Five thousand. That’s just for this week. If I am not tired, next week again. Unlimited supply.
           ME – I bet. You have a friend in the commissary.
           KARDO – Yes, Filipino also, my best friend. He gets 20%. Okay, okay, I’ll give you a commission.
           ME – I’m not interested in a commission. I’d like the drink though.
           KARDO – You’re on. Let’s go.
           ME – You navy men are crazy.
           KARDO – Of course, only way to be. This is nothing. I smuggled Harley Davidsons in Corsica and Smith and Wesson in Rotterdam. I’m a businessman, sailor on the side.
           ME – You got anything in mind aside from making money on the side?
           KARDO – Of course. Women. You want a woman tonight? On me.

 

           I did not reply. And so we left Monching, fixing up his birthday party, and went around the bars. I was amazed the bartenders knew him. He must have been smuggling cigarettes regularly for years. We had one or two free drinks in every bar. After about ten bars, we were dead drunk. The duffel bag was now almost empty. Kardo treated me to American steak somewhere. I could hardly walk. I couldn’t go home, so Kardo dragged me to his three-star hotel. Pretty good. I ended up with a hangover and missed Monching’s party. I could have met the entire Filipino community of Athens but I had a splitting headache from retsina, the Greek wine which smelled and tasted like aviation gas to a Filipino. eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com

 

Read more eastwind memoirs
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2014/04/eastwind-memoirs-collection
 
Send the book as a Christmas gift to friends anywhere in the Philippines, Php450 all postal charges included, received via JRS in 2 to 3 days, no credit card needed. Email request to eastwindreplyctr@gmail.com).

 

A Christmas Card (click photo to blow up)

 

amdg
prayer request bulletin20 Sep 2013 08:14 pm

prayer request bulletin #111 – Sept 21, 2013

PRAYER REQUEST BULLETIN 111
September 21, 2013
 
Apology for late bulletins. We are swamped.
 

Dear Ricky T.,

I am placing this up front for your 231 friends in your cc list to see, hoping to elicit more prayers. Please note that prayers are timeless and are never too late. If we pray for a successful operation even after the operation, the Lord listens in advance. Update me on news about Alex.

Bernie

Your prayer request –

1) Please pray for TR Alexander today as he faces surgery. 2) TR Alexander’s surgery for the aneurysm was postponed until this morning at 7:30 a.m. Please pray for him. 3) I received  message from TR’s daughter and surgery went as planned. The next six hours are the most critical so continue to pray.

RICKY T.

Pass this document to friends as a link –

http://www.sisterraquel.com/2013/09/prayer-request-bulletin-111

Appendix 1 –  Guide for prayer requesters, if it’s your first time.
Appendix 2 –  a) Prayer for Healing
                       b) Prayer for World Peace
 
Your prayer request is a form of prayer, because it implies you know He is listening. Your prayer request will also be more effective if you pray for others in this bulletin. Praying for others is praying for yourself a hundred fold. The more people pray, the more powerful our prayers.

 

The Mother Ignacia Prayer Warriors, with worldwide on-line members, are praying for each and every request in this bulletin, published regularly at www.sisterraquel.com. We do not do automatic email replies. We read and pray for each prayer request. Subscribe as member at www.sisterraquel.com to get this bulletin automatically and to receive all inspirational materials. Apologies for late publication. We work in batches in our spare time on a voluntary basis.
 
Prayers are timeless and are never too late. If we pray for a successful operation even after the operation, the Lord listens in advance.
 
JOIN THE PRAYER WARRIORS
We are gathered in Jesus’ name in the internet. He is in our midst, on our keyboards, in our hearts at this very moment. Together, we are his global prayer army. We adore you, O Jesus, for You have redeemed the world.
TO JOIN, SEND EMAIL TO sr.raquel.rvm@gmail.com
 
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PRAYER REQUESTS
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01
Our dearest prayer warriors and Sr. Raquel,
I am a mother of two very young boys, ages 5 and 11. Last night I was on a desperate call begging our Lord in my prayers, to instantly take this illness away … wash and cleanse me off of these cancer cells by the most precious blood of our Lord Jesus Christ because I BELIEVE that God can also take this sickness away as suddenly as it came. I have been so grateful in my prayers for my husband who has been very sick much longer than I have been. He has a tumor in the brain that caused him to have a mild stroke in December of 2009.  I also have my father who has been suffering for 3 years now from a chronic illness that has incapacitated him for a long time. Please pray for all of us. I realized when I was diagnosed for breast cancer stage 2, maybe God wants me to stop and think for a while and start caring for myself somehow. Thank you Lord for the blessings you shower us with everyday. Mother Mary, mother of our Lord Jesus Christ, help us and keep us from all the wicked enemies.
JENNY
I SHORTENED YOUR PRAYER REQUEST SUBSTANTIALLY. PLEASE SHORTEN YOUR PRAYER REQUESTS.
 
02
Hello sister Raquel, please pray for my family our problems, thank you so much.
RENE
 
03
Dearest Sister Raquel, Bernie, all prayer warriors,
Could you please keep praying for all my health issues. I am still very much burdened. And healing of partner and relationship. I pray that i may fully recover in Jesus name. I keep praying for you all! Your prayer warrior
MARY
 
04
Hi Sr. Raquel,
Kindly pray for my parents, PACIANO and TERESA A., both 83 years young. They both got weak at the same time. My mom is bed ridden, the same with my dad. I pray that they both regain their strength and their minds, plus the good memories, until the last days of their lives. Thank you very much. God bless and more power.
VKI
 
05
Please Pray with all your faith that GOD will Bless me  (Phil C.) with my Soul Mate as soon as it is possible with GOD. I’ve never had a girlfriend and been Praying and hoping for one for at least 18 years, I’m 41 years old now. Please Pray GOD Blesses me financially so i am able to bUy food and pay bills…Please also Pray GOD will put it in the hearts of multitudes upon multitudes of people to pray for my prayer requests … Thank You.…
PHIL
 
06
PLEASE PLEAD WITH GOD TO DELIVER ME AND HEAL ME COMPLETELY FROM BIPOLAR 2.  I HAVE STRUGGLED FOR 40 YEARS. ALSO TO BIND UP ALL MY WOUNDS CAUSED BY MEN. ALSO, DELIVERANCE FOR THOMAS, CHRISTOPHER, MICHELE, LISA AND ALISA. HEALING FOR KELLANY AND HANNAH. THANK YOU!
BARBARA
 
07
Peace! I would like to ask for your prayers that i may be able to heal my relationship with my fiance before he leaves for abroad. May the good Lord give us the chance to patch things up, to have a better communication, to have a personal heart-to-heart talk and to grow together in our relationship. I believe that nothing is impossible to Him. Thank you in advance Sr. Raquel for the help. God bless!
MAY
 
08
Dear sister in Christ,
My name is siju i am from india i am working in saudi arabia since 11 years, since 4 years i got pain on my lower back and it started spreading to my hands and legs ,when this pain starts i become weak physically i am just like a paralysed person,weight loss, i am so much afraid sister, i read in internet that some lower back pain is due to kidney ,i am at crying sister for healing ,please pray for me sister for my healing and let me go back to my country and live there forever, please pray for me sister, I am 33 years old i am a bachelor ,please pray for my future and i can start a business in india and i am started doing excercise please pray for me that i may get good health an i can gain weight . please pray for me sister ,god has given you blessings , heal me sister with your prayers. God Bless You
SIJU
 
09
Good day po sister and sa lahat po, pls pray over me po dahil masama po ang katawan ko nahihirapan po akong huminga at nahihilo po ako thx po.masakit po ang shouldr ko at minsan sumasakit ang likod ko. salamat po..
JAMESON
 
11
Please pray for Nadia, 30 years old, who tried to commit suicide today. Her brother found her in time and now she is at the hospital being treated.
BETTY
 
2
For:  Owen, we prayed for this young boy a couple of times in the past. Owen is going out of the province and having a fistula repair in his bowel. During  his last transplant his stomach wall fell apart and then  this happened. Please also pray that his post op will be successful. His Mom has had many crosses to carry for her young son since the day he was born; therefore she is in need of Mother Mary’s assistance and strength.  Blessed Mother, as a mother yourself, please look down on Lisa and ask Your Son Jesus to fill her peace and hope. For Pauline who is going tomorrow to get the results of her lung scan. Jesus in Your mercy, please be merciful to Pauline. For Erika ( 21 years old) who had a mammogram done on Monday and now has to have an emergency cat scan done this Friday. For a very, very special intention. I beg you Jesus to take everything from this individual that is not of You and please wash, cover, soak and completely cleanse his body. Jesus we place all our trust in You. Always remember no matter what goes on in our lives ” NEVER LET GO OF GOD’S HAND” God Bless all
MARIE
 
12
Dear Sr. Raquel and Prayer warriors
First I would like to thank God I can always send message to ask for all your prayers even thru email. I thank God for all His Blessings and am also asking for His forgiveness. Please Sr. Raquel include the ff Prayer.Request.
1. Please pray to God to heal my left ear its been almost 2 weeks now my left ear felt congested and can hear well after my colds.
2. Also pls. Im asking God’s guidance for the.work He is giving to me in the province of Samar. That I maybe safe there also specially that it is located in mountainous area and i will be far from my family.
3. Please include also my broken relationship with my australian Boyfriend Lance J. We broke up and  I dont know the will of God he is the man meant.for.me hope he will understand and still communicate with me soon as still love him.
4. Please pray also peace and safety of our family my brothers, sisters and their families.
5. Please.pray to.God.that.there will be cure and.treatment of HIV/AIDs.
This I Pray in Jesus name. Amen. Thank you for all the Prayers. God bless,
ASE
 
13
Hello, Please pray for the healing of Ruby C. who’s in comatose at a hospital in Connecticut, USA. This is her 2nd stroke. Thank you and may our good Lord bless you all always.
ROSEMARIE
 
14
Dear Sr. Raquel,
May I request for your healing oil, I want to apply them to my sick friends who cannot go
To the healing center in Novaliches. Thank you very much.
FE
HEALING OIL DISTRIBUTION HAS BEEN SUSPENDED TEMPORARILY DUE TO LACK OF TIME AND MONEY. PLEASE GO TO THE HEALING CENTER TO GET SOME. YOU ARE IN THE HEALING OIL REQUEST LIST IN CASE THE SERVICE IS REVIVED. THE PRAYER WARRIORS ARE PRAYING FOR YOU AND SICK FRIENDS.
 
15
Sis raquel can i request for a healing oil for my husband who was diagnosed with metastatic liver cancer and he is bow having ascites or fluid in the abdomen..pls help us…
YSIGH
PLEASE SEE NOTE IN NO. 14 ABOVE.
 
16
Please help me pray that all those people who envy us that they should change especially that they are our family. Enlighten my husband to broad his mind and not to put more anger in his heart but to enjoy life which the Lord has given us. I lift up to you my cousin who has been in trouble with my husband, hope he should change his bad behavior towards our family. Bless my mom and my whole family.  Bless us Lord AMEN!
COCO
 
17
Dear sister,
Please pray for my son and me so that: we recover our hair, get rid of social phobia, that my son gets an education and a job, that he finds good friends, a good  saint wife. Please pray that I stop thinking about the past, about how bold people have been to me, in the name of Jesus Christ. Thanks.
ADELAIDE
 
18
I’m asking for healing of body & spirit for my friend who had a truck accident.  His name is Javier Jose Cs. Thank you very much.. God bless us all!
EMMA
 
19
Prayer request for: Atty. Pio F. in an ICU unit with cancer
VSC
 
20
Please pray for the restoration of a special friendship. She is like a daughter to me and means so much as i have no children of my own. I want to teach her to pray the Rosary and bring her to Mass someday. I know that God sent her to me. Thank you.
ELENA
 
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APPENDIX 1
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PRAYER REQUEST PROTOCOL.
1
Make your request short and do not post repeatedly as it results in confusion and double entries we cannot monitor.
2
English is better so non-Filipinos prayer warriors can understand your prayer requests.
3
Put a subject title “prayer request” to avoid being identified as a spam. ‘No subject’ are sometimes not read but deleted.
4
We protect the privacy of requesters. Email addresses and last names are not published. This does not change the efficacy of the prayers.
5
The ministry mainly accepts prayer requests from individuals. We cannot accept a large stream of requests from a single source which has its own prayer grouping and forwards requests to us one by one. We cannot handle this kind of volume. We prefer the requests to first be consolidated into one document and sent to us a single request.
 
THE ESSENCE OF PRAYER AND PAIN
 
The Lord sanctifies all who reads this bulletin, prayer requesters, prayer warriors, and readers. When you read this bulletin, you will realize that perhaps your pain is nothing compared to those of others. Pain is an act of prayer if offered to the Lord. Pain sanctifies and may often be the Lord’s instrument to bring us closer to Him.
 
PREDOMINANT PRAYER REQUESTS
 
Physical healing– cancer and other terminal diseases.
Spiritual healing– depression, confusion, loss of faith.
Relationship healing – friends and family quarrels, separations, conflicts.
Financial rescue– unemployment, exams, businesses, medical expenses.
 
For the sick, request for healing oil for free by postal mail. Just give your postal address to sr.raquel.rvm@gmail.com. But first read about its history, healing oil that appeared miraculously a day before Ondoy-
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2010/02/announcement3-–blogsite-library-links/

 

GUIDELINES FOR PRAYER WARRIORS
 
As a prayer warrior, you become an integral part of the healing ministry. Subscribe as member at www.sisterraquel.com to receive prayer request bulletins automatically. If you do not receive it, inquire at sr.raquel.rvm@gmail.com. You are free to choose your form of prayer. Suggested are 1) one Hail Mary per request or group of requests, or 2) say “Jesus, Mary, Joseph, Mother Ignacia” per request or group of requests, or 3) three Hail Marys or your own prayer after reading the entire bulletin.

 

HEALING MINISTRY’S COMPLETE LIBRARY
 
Browse thru the ministry’s extensive archives of inspirational materials –
http://www.sisterraquel.com/2010/04/archive00-entire-ministry-library/
Save this link for future readings. The link list may not be updated.

 

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APPENDIX 2
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a. PRAYER FOR HEALING
 
I surrender myself to you totally, Lord. Whatever is Your will I accept. I offer myself to You for healing. You said, ask and it shall be given to you. I am asking and praying hard right now, Lord, with all my heart and with all my soul. Heal me if it is Your will, as I prostrate myself here before You. Through the intercession of our Blessed Virgin Mary, St Joseph and Mother Ignacia del Espiritu Santo Amen.
 
People have been healed in the Youtube by saying a healing prayer
with Sister Raquel –
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wAZcwNimBSg
with Father Suarez –
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8UP3LHBgtIc
 
b. PRAYER FOR WORLD PEACE
 
We may be at the brink of a global war or a mega-disaster. Please pray for peace and against disasters by saying 3 Hail Marys to Our Lady of Fatima everyday as soon as you wake up. Make it a habit. In a month, your 90 Hail Marys goes a long way for world peace.

 

The Lord reigns and heals in cyberspace.
amdg
 
eastwind journals18 Sep 2013 03:17 pm

eastwind journals 76 – PRAYER FOR POPE FRANCIS I

UNITED WE PRAY FOR OUR DEAR POPE FRANCIS

WE HAVE TO PRAY FOR HIM: FOR HIS HEALTH, INTENTIONS AND NEEDS

MANY ARE THOSE WHO WANT TO SEE HIM LEAVE HIS PAPACY… BUT THAT THEY WILL NEVER SEE… THAT WILL HAPPEN ONLY WHEN THE LORD CALLS HIM…

ONE HAIL MARY FOR POPE FRANCIS, THAT HIS HEAVENLY MOTHER COVER HIM WITH HER MANTEL PROTECTING HIM FROM THE MALIGNANT ENEMY.

FORWARD AS SIGN OF HOPE AND FAITH

Our objective is to reach 10 million Hail Mary´s for our Pope Francis

This campaign has just started, give it new impulse forwarding this message to all our contacts: the Prayer of 10 million Hail Mary´s is to strengthen every action of our dear
Pope Francis.

Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with Thee, Blessed art thou amongst women and blessed is the Fruit of Thy womb, Jesus.
Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of death. Amen.

DO NOT FORGET THAT FORWARDING THIS ADDS UP TO OBTAIN THE 10 MILLION HAIL MARY´S

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