The Fall Charismatic Mass was held on November 18, 2017.


Prophecies Given At the Celebration


“During the singing of ‘You Have Called Me Higher’ I saw Jesus with His Shepherd’s Staff of wood at the bottom of a high hill covered with beautiful green grass.  He was leading all of us, the sheep, slowly but surely up the hill.  Some of us sheep were fat, some big, some small and there were lots of baby sheep.  The sun was shining in the mid-afternoon and it was the perfect temperature, very peaceful.  We were very joyful on a perfect day.  Not one of us had any blemish or was unable to walk forward.  As we walked up the hill our wool slowly changed color, from light brown to beige and then to white.  Jesus would turn around every so often, making sure that no one would falter.  He encouraged us forward with love in His Eyes and gentleness in his continence” – Emily Zimmerman

“During our praise and worship I heard “I chose you.  You did not choose me.’  Then I saw Jesus standing at the altar.  It was the Divine Mercy Jesus.  The rays from His Body were flowing from Him.  The rays filled and consumed us.  Then the words came – ‘Jesus, I trust in you.’  It was as if this is what He wanted us to say to Him.”  – Sylvia Hoff

Other Words Not Shared

“Dear Children, are any among you weak in faith?  Is the fear occupying space in your heart?  Are there walls and locked doors around you heart?  Just as on that first Pentecost, I come today in Power and Might, with Grace and Mercy.  I call you to be My Witnesses!  Do not fear.  I am with you always!  Go in My Power.  Open your hearts and lives more and live in My Love.         – Jolene Carpenter

Isaiah 61:1-3 (NABRE) The spirit of the Lord GOD is upon me, because the LORD has anointed me; He has sent me to bring good news to the afflicted, to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, release to the prisoners, 2 to announce a year of favor from the LORD and a day of vindication by our God; to comfort all who mourn; 3 to place on those who mourn in Zion a diadem instead of ashes, to give them oil of gladness instead of mourning, a glorious mantle instead of a faint spirit. – Janice Nelson

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