the 100th anniversary of Fatima approaches, this is a good time for prayer,
fasting, and supporting one another in our efforts.
think many of you might be interested in the upcoming 90-day Challenge! It's called
is scheduled to begin on Monday, February 13th (the anniversary of the day that
the oldest of the three children at Fatima, Lucia, died) and will conclude on May
13th (the 100th anniversary of the apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima).
details and to sign up, please log onto
please check out this article... very interesting...
if you're on Facebook and want to join me in an online group where we can support one
another during this journey, here's the link to the group...
join us in prayer!
"For those participating in Nineveh
90, we are utilizing these 90 days to get a solid basic Catholic prayer life
up and running.
St. Alphonsus said, 'Prayer is, beyond doubt, the most powerful weapon the
Lord gives us to conquer evil... but we must really put ourselves into the
prayer, it is not enough just to say the words, it must come from the heart. And
also prayer needs to be continuous, we must pray no matter what kind of
situation we find ourselves in: the warfare we are engaged in is ongoing, so our
prayer must be on-going also.'"
Sign-up for the daily email prayers and reflections at nineveh90.com
the Special Forces
Training Facebook group to receive instructions and form
90 squads and buddies.
90 journey, which includes both men and women, we are embracing the great
values of mortification, a support system, and the research in the behavioral
sciences that says 90 days is about the time needed to change bad habits. We
will also be using some of the tried and true supernatural elements. Namely, the Brown Scapular, 54
Day Rosary Novena, and the 33 Day Preparation for Marian Consecration." (Fr.
here to view the
90 - Ten Elements
90? Recall the story of
in the Book of Jonah...
Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time: "Go to the great
and proclaim to it the message I give you."
When God saw
what they did and how they turned from
their evil ways, he relented and did not bring on them the destruction he
had threatened. (Jonah 3:1-2, 10)