The Catholic Charismatic Carolinians

The Catholic Charismatic Carolinians (CCC) is a student organization that embraces the identity of the Carolinian Spirit as Witnesses to the Word.

The Catholic Charismatic Carolinians (CCC) is a Catholic organization dedicated to spread the Good News of Salvation. A community of members whose hearts have been ignited with the Fire of the Spirit, we seek to spread this love and ignite the hearts of whoever we meet.

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Photos from Millennial Catholics's post 23/09/2021

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23/09/2021
23/09/2021

𝙏𝙃𝙄𝙉𝙂𝙎 𝙏𝙊 𝙆𝙉𝙊𝙒 𝘼𝘽𝙊𝙐𝙏 𝙏𝙃𝙀 𝙎𝙏𝙄𝙂𝙈𝘼𝙏𝘼

The stigmata represent a sign of Christ’s sufferings during the Passion, and therefore they constitute a theological statement; that is to say, they are a faithful reproduction in certain people of Jesus’ wounds at the moment of his crucifixion, above all in what refers to the place of the wounds (feet, hands, side and head).

In the cases the Church has approved, the stigmata are a grace of God granted to few saints; the stigmata are physical manifestations of Christian mysticism.
The Church doesn’t canonize anyone just because they have the stigmata. What the Church does when it canonizes is recognize the exemplary Christian life of a saint, whether or not he or she has the stigmata.
The Church uses criteria to determine whether or not the stigmata are authentic:

1. The stigmata are located in the same places as the five wounds of Christ.
2. The stigmata all appear at the same time.
3. The stigmata appear spontaneously while the person prays in ecstasy.
4. They cannot be explained by natural causes.
5. They do not deteriorate into necrosis.
6. The do not give off a bad smell; on the contrary, sometimes it is said they smell of flowers.
7. They do not become infected.
8. They bleed daily and profusely.
9. They remain unchanged despite treatment. They do not become worse.
10. They cause a significant modification of the bodily tissues.
11. They do not close perfectly and instantaneously.
12. They are accompanied by intense physical and moral suffering, as from participating in the sufferings of Christ. (The lack of pain is a bad sign and a cause for doubt.)

As if the above were not enough, the entire life of the person involved is also studied. He or she must be a person who practices Christian virtues heroically — in particular, their great love for humility and for the cross should stand out.

The case of Saint Pio of Pietrelcina not only fulfilled the rules listed above; in addition, Saint Pio of Pietrelcina bore fruit that reveal to us who he really was.

What fruit do we see?

1. Obedience to all of the Church’s orders.

2. His spiritual soundness, expressed in his humility, obedience and prayer, was never disproven.

3. Real charitable work through the hospital he founded.

4. The way he lived his religious community life.

5. Doctrinal fidelity in his priestly ministry.

6. He bore his moral sufferings patiently — sufferings stemming from people doubting him, in addition to the suffering of his soul due to the isolation imposed on him by authorities.

7. The spiritual strength to bear the stigmata and persecutions for fifty years.

Despite persecution, Padre Pio’s actions always showed his firm and constant fidelity and intense love for Holy Mother Church. In the midst of the sorrow that this suffering caused him, he would often say, "The hand of the Church is gentle even when it strikes us, because it is the hand of a mother."

The Church has canonized Padre Pio because it proved, through canonical procedures, the authenticity of his stigmata. If they had been false, the Church would certainly not have canonized him.

That is to say, the Church doesn’t canonize anyone just because they have the stigmata, but if someone does have the stigmata and the Church concludes, after rigorous study, that they are false, then that is an impediment for a future canonization of that person, even if he or she leads a holy life.

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Sources:

(1) The Mystery of the Five Wounds—SmithSonian (Retrieved on September 22, 2021);

(2) What are the Stigmata and How do We Know if They are Authentic—Aleteia (Retrieved on September 22, 2021);

(3) Pinterest

Timeline Photos 22/09/2021

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St. Pio Prayer of Trust and Confidence:

O Lord, we ask for a boundless confidence and trust in Your divine mercy, and the courage to accept the crosses and sufferings which bring immense goodness to our souls and that of Your Church.

Help us to love You with a pure and contrite heart, and to humble ourselves beneath Your cross, as we climb the mountain of holiness, carrying our cross that leads to heavenly glory.

May we receive You with great faith and love in Holy Communion, and allow You to act in us, as You desire, for Your greater glory.

O Jesus, most adorable heart and eternal fountain of Divine Love, may our prayer find favor before the Divine Majesty of Your Heavenly Father. Amen.

https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/devotions/st-pio-prayer-of-trust-and-confidence-380

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22/09/2021

"You have not suffered or do not suffer in vain. Pain matures you in spirit, purifies you in heart ... . Succeed, therefore, in giving a Christian value to your suffering. I want you to know that you are not alone, or separated, or abandoned in your Via Crucis; beside you, each one of you, is the Blessed Virgin, who considers you her most beloved children." –St. John Paul II
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22/09/2021
21/09/2021

—from “Angels and Saints” bit.ly/2WSJ7Zx

21/09/2021

Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless and the treasury of compassion — inexhaustible, look kindly upon us and increase Your mercy in us, that in difficult moments we might not despair nor become despondent, but with great confidence submit ourselves to Your holy will, which is Love and Mercy itself.

Eternal God, in whom mercy is endless and the treasury of compassion — inexhaustible, look kindly upon us and increase Your mercy in us, that in difficult moments we might not despair nor become despondent, but with great confidence submit ourselves to Your holy will, which is Love and Mercy itself.

21/09/2021

Faith.

21/09/2021

How to REALLY Pray the Rosary

21/09/2021

There was joy in the Heart of Jesus. There was welcoming love in the words that fell from His lips in reply to the question of His new-found disciples. They had been won by His irresistible charm and, longing for closer acquaintance, had asked with childlike simplicity: “Master, where do You live?” We can almost see the light of gladness sparkling in the eyes of Jesus as He hears the question. We can almost catch the note of eager hope in His reply as, turning again and leading the way along the path He had been traveling, He bids His new-won followers: “Come and see.”

“Come and see.” If only we would do so! If only, with the wisdom of Andrew and John, we, too, would heed the invitation of the Master and follow along the path He travels before us until we find at last where He dwells.

“Come and see.” And where does He lead us? The path will hardly be the most alluring. Indeed, at times it will be drab and dreary. It will undoubtedly be steep in places, and rough and painful, too. It will turn sharply from the broad and noisy ways where worldlings revel and lead through solitary places where earth’s maddening cries are hushed and prayerful silence lingers; where childlike hearts glow warm with love’s pure fire and generous kindness breathes a native air; where self is lost in sacrifice for others and humble lowliness is honored guest.

Yes, such are the chosen spots where Jesus makes His dwelling. If I have failed at times to find Him perhaps it is because I have not sought Him there.

𝘑𝘦𝘴𝘶𝘴, 𝘎𝘦𝘯𝘵𝘭𝘦 𝘔𝘢𝘴𝘵𝘦𝘳, 𝘩𝘢𝘷𝘦 𝘮𝘦𝘳𝘤𝘺 𝘰𝘯 𝘶𝘴.

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Timeline Photos 21/09/2021

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When was the last time you prayed for souls in purgatory? Let us answer the call from Padre Pio, whose feast day is this week!

https://www.ewtn.com/catholicism/devotions/novena-for-the-holy-souls-in-purgatory-286

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21/09/2021

6 𝙁𝘼𝘾𝙏𝙎 𝘼𝘽𝙊𝙐𝙏 𝙎𝙏. 𝙈𝘼𝙏𝙏𝙃𝙀𝙒

Every 21st of September, the Church remembers St. Matthew, one of the Twelve Apostles of Jesus and the traditional author of the first Synoptic Gospel! As part of this wonderful celebration, let us get to know more about our saint of the day with these six facts about him.

1. St. Matthew is the author of the first gospel.

—Born in Palestine sometime in the 1st century, Saint Matthew was one of Jesus's 12 apostles and also one of the four Evangelists, according to the Bible. Matthew authored the first Gospel of the Bible's New Testament, now known as the Gospel of Matthew. The book of Matthew was primarily written for a Jewish audience.

2. Matthew, which means "Yahweh's gift" is the Christian name of his former name, Levi.

—St. Matthew is also called St. Matthew the Evangelist, St. Matthew the Apostle, or Levi. Assuming that the identification of Matthew with Levi is correct, Matthew (probably meaning “Yahweh’s Gift”) would appear to be the Christian name of Levi (called by Mark “Levi the son of Alphaeus”).

3. He worked as a tax collector, which was a hated profession during the time of Christ.

—Matthew was a tax collector in the service of Herod Antipas, tetrarch of Galilee. Because his occupation was one that earned distrust and contempt everywhere, the scribes of the Pharisees criticized Jesus on seeing him eat with tax collectors and sinners, whereupon Jesus answered, “I came not to call the righteous, but sinners” (Mark 2:15–17).

4. He is the patron saint of accountants and tax collectors.

—Matthew was a tax collector and is therefore the patron saint of bankers.

5. His book contains more that 130 Old Testament quotes and allusions.

—As Jesus speaks, performs miracles, and makes decisions, the Gospel of Matthew highlights how Jesus’ ministry was prophesied about in the Old Testament. There’s no “messiah checklist” in the Torah, so the Jews pieced together their own picture of what the messiah would be like and how he would save Israel. These allusions helped Matthew’s Jewish audience see that Jesus was the one they were really waiting for.

6. The symbol for his Gospel is a winged man.

—Saint Matthew is often depicted with one of the four living creatures of Revelation 4:7, which reads, "The first living creature was like a lion, the second like a bull, the third living creature had a human face, and the fourth living creature was like a flying eagle."

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Sources:

(1) Cayholic Org - Saint Matthew (Retrieved on September 20, 2021);

(2) Biography Dictionary - St. Matthew (Retrieved on September 20, 2021);

(3) Franciscan Media Org - Saint Matthew (Retrieved on September 19, 2021).

(4) Kids Kiddle - Matthew the Evangelist Facts for Kids (Retrieved on September 19, 2021).

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21/09/2021

As great as unfallen human nature could be, it could not compare to what God has given us in Christ. We might say that God let us break a bone so that He Himself could reset it, making it not just stronger but unbreakable. God has allowed us to lose not only divine grace, but also the standing we had as His servants, His obedient slaves. He foresaw that we would fall. He didn’t cause it, but He did freely permit it. He did so in order to bring about a glorious new creation that exceeds every possibility belonging to human nature. So Christ took our fallen human nature, and didn’t merely bring it back to life. He united it to Himself, so that the life He restored in us was divine life.
The grace He gave us was His own sonship.

We share in the divine sonship of Jesus Christ. This is the essence of salvation and the substance of Catholicism. Baptized into Christ, we are partakers of the divine nature (2 Pet 1:4). We live the life of the Blessed Trinity, calling upon Christ’s Father as “Our Father.” Life doesn’t get any better than that, or any more perfect.

— From my book “Reasons to Believe” Available at https://goo.gl/tzRWZm

Was Mary Really a Virgin? (Mary was a Virgin and Jesus had no Brothers and Sisters!) 21/09/2021

Was Mary Really a Virgin? (Mary was a Virgin and Jesus had no Brothers and Sisters!)

Was Mary Really a Virgin? (Mary was a Virgin and Jesus had no Brothers and Sisters!) Was Mary Really a Virgin? Yes, Mary was a Virgin for her whole life and Jesus had no brothers and sisters or siblings. Mary was an ever virgin and this video...

20/09/2021

- From “Swear to God” bit.ly/3eqrGeI

20/09/2021

Today, September 19, is the memorial of St. Januarius, Bishop and Martyr.

Little is known about the life of Januarius. He is believed to have been martyred in the Emperor Diocletian’s persecution of 305. Legend has it that Januarius and his companions were thrown to the bears in the amphitheater of Pozzuoli, but the animals failed to attack them. They were then beheaded, and Januarius' blood ultimately brought to Naples.

"A dark mass that half fills a hermetically sealed four-inch glass container, and is preserved in a double reliquary in the Naples cathedral as the blood of St. Januarius, liquefies 18 times during the year...Various experiments have been applied, but the phenomenon eludes natural explanation...." [From the Catholic Encyclopedia]

text: franciscanmedia.org
image: catholicworldreport.com

20/09/2021
19/09/2021

What’s the Point of Religion?

18/09/2021

- From “Swear to God” bit.ly/3eqrGeI

18/09/2021

— From my book “The First Society” Available at bit.ly/2AoLLh3

18/09/2021

Natapos na naman ang unang linggo ng School year 2021—2022. Kumusta naman ang online class? Naalala mo pa ba nung face-to-face pa ang classes? Nakakamiss nung mga panahong wala pang pandemya 'no?, 'yung tipong pagkatapos ng nakakapagod na oras sa eskwelahan ay dederetso ka sa simbahan para mahanap ang kapahingahang sa Panginoon lamang nararanasan.

May mga pagkakataong kaunting usap lang niyo ni Lord, ready ka na uli para lumaban. Iba 'yung feeling pag nakakapag-recharge ka dahil sa Kanya.

Pero sana, kahit may pandemya, 'wag mo pa ring kalimutang bisitahin Siya. Miss ka na ni Lord. ♥️

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18/09/2021

—From “The First Society” bit.ly/2AoLLh3

18/09/2021

25th Sunday in Ordinary time

The Mercy of God is like an endless sea: it consumes all. We are all cought up in His Mercy. But what we do with that is up to us. Many of us take the Mercy of God for granted. We wish instead to become powerful and strong in the eyes of the world.

Today, Jesus reminds us that however great we may become, we are but children who are in need of guidance. We may seem wise and strong to the world, but in the end, we still need His Mercy. And it is in this realization that we can become great. It is only by humbling ourselves can we become our fullest selves.

Today, let us ask the Lord to humble us and mold us to become better than what we currently are. Let us ask Him to fill our hearts with love and mercy. Today, let us live out our lives as children of God.

Laudetur Iesus Christus, in saecula saeculorum, amen!

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and forever, amen!

25th Sunday in Ordinary time

The Mercy of God is like an endless sea: it consumes all. We are all cought up in His Mercy. But what we do with that is up to us. Many of us take the Mercy of God for granted. We wish instead to become powerful and strong in the eyes of the world.

Today, Jesus reminds us that however great we may become, we are but children who are in need of guidance. We may seem wise and strong to the world, but in the end, we still need His Mercy. And it is in this realization that we can become great. It is only by humbling ourselves can we become our fullest selves.

Today, let us ask the Lord to humble us and mold us to become better than what we currently are. Let us ask Him to fill our hearts with love and mercy. Today, let us live out our lives as children of God.

Laudetur Iesus Christus, in saecula saeculorum, amen!

Praised be Jesus Christ, now and forever, amen!

18/09/2021

—from “Joy to the World” bit.ly/2Yj752r

17/09/2021
17/09/2021

Can you imagine justifying abortion (I.e. the killing of unborn human beings) by appealing to… the gospel?

So much could be said here. But I think it comes down to this. Abortion says, “You die for me.” The gospel says, “I’ll die for you.”

17/09/2021

"...through the Mother of God, the entire human race was renewed, and the sorrow of the first mother, Eve, was transformed into joy." –St. John Damascene

17/09/2021

—From “Swear to God” bit.ly/3eqrGeI

16/09/2021

St. Francis de Sales called the center of his soul the sanctuary of God, where nothing enters save the soul and God. This was the place of his retirement and his ordinary abode; and therefore, in his soul there was nothing but purity, simplicity, humility, and union of the spirit with its God.

When St. Bernard was entering a church to pray, he would say to his thoughts: “Remain here outside, useless thoughts and disorderly affections, and thou, my soul, enter into the presence of thy Lord!”

”Excerpt from the book "Cultivating Virtue: Self-Mastery with the Saints"

16/09/2021

𝙉𝙊 𝙏𝙊 𝘼𝘽𝙊𝙍𝙏𝙄𝙊𝙉, 𝙔𝙀𝙎 𝙏𝙊 𝙇𝙄𝙁𝙀!

The Holy Father recently shared his take on the abortion, he stressed that accepting abortion is like accepting daily murder. Since time immemorial, the Church has not changed its teaching on abortion. It has been unwavering in its protection of the sanctity of human life FROM WOMB TO TOMB: from conception to natural death. It embraces and stands up for the lives of all the unborn; hence, TOTALLY AGAINST direct abortion.

Just like the Holy Father Pope Francis, may we all be firm in upholding the sanctity of human life. As responsible Catholics, may we bring Christ’s message about the dignity of human life to our culture.

To further know the stand of the Church on abortion, please read the following (taken from the Cathechism of the Catholic Church)

1. ESSENCE OF HUMAN LIFE

2270 Human life must be respected and protected absolutely from the moment of conception. From the first moment of his existence, a human being must be recognized as having the rights of a person - among which is the inviolable right of every innocent being to life.72

Before I formed you in the womb I knew you, and before you were born I consecrated you.73
My frame was not hidden from you, when I was being made in secret, intricately wrought in the depths of the earth.74

2. ABORTION AS CRIME

2271 Since the first century the Church has affirmed the moral evil of every procured abortion. This teaching has not changed and remains unchangeable. Direct abortion, that is to say, abortion willed either as an end or a means, is gravely contrary to the moral law:

You shall not kill the embryo by abortion and shall not cause the newborn to perish.75
God, the Lord of life, has entrusted to men the noble mission of safeguarding life, and men must carry it out in a manner worthy of themselves. Life must be protected with the utmost care from the moment of conception: abortion and infanticide are abominable crimes.76

2272 Formal cooperation in an abortion constitutes a grave offense. The Church attaches the canonical penalty of excommunication to this crime against human life. "A person who procures a completed abortion incurs excommunication latae sententiae,"77 "by the very commission of the offense,"78 and subject to the conditions provided by Canon Law.79 The Church does not thereby intend to restrict the scope of mercy. Rather, she makes clear the gravity of the crime committed, the irreparable harm done to the innocent who is put to death, as well as to the parents and the whole of society.

2273 The inalienable right to life of every innocent human individual is a constitutive element of a civil society and its legislation:

"The inalienable rights of the person must be recognized and respected by civil society and the political authority. These human rights depend neither on single individuals nor on parents; nor do they represent a concession made by society and the state; they belong to human nature and are inherent in the person by virtue of the creative act from which the person took his origin. Among such fundamental rights one should mention in this regard every human being's right to life and physical integrity from the moment of conception until death."80

"The moment a positive law deprives a category of human beings of the protection which civil legislation ought to accord them, the state is denying the equality of all before the law. When the state does not place its power at the service of the rights of each citizen, and in particular of the more vulnerable, the very foundations of a state based on law are undermined. . . . As a consequence of the respect and protection which must be ensured for the unborn child from the moment of conception, the law must provide appropriate penal sanctions for every deliberate violation of the child's rights."81

3. DIGNITY AND SANCTITY OF THE UNBORN

2274 Since it must be treated from conception as a person, the embryo must be defended in its integrity, cared for, and healed, as far as possible, like any other human being.

Prenatal diagnosis is morally licit, "if it respects the life and integrity of the embryo and the human fetus and is directed toward its safe guarding or healing as an individual. . . . It is gravely opposed to the moral law when this is done with the thought of possibly inducing an abortion, depending upon the results: a diagnosis must not be the equivalent of a death sentence."82

2275 "One must hold as licit procedures carried out on the human embryo which respect the life and integrity of the embryo and do not involve disproportionate risks for it, but are directed toward its healing the improvement of its condition of health, or its individual survival."83

"It is immoral to produce human embryos intended for exploitation as disposable biological material."84

"Certain attempts to influence chromosomic or genetic inheritance are not therapeutic but are aimed at producing human beings selected according to s*x or other predetermined qualities. Such manipulations are contrary to the personal dignity of the human being and his integrity and identity"85 which are unique and unrepeatable.

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Sources:

(1) Catechism of the Catholic Church (CCC);

(2) 📷 Pinterest

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The Catholic Charismatic Carolinians

PREAMBLE

Moved by the Spirit, inspired by the writers of the Scriptures so that the written word of God may be:

Useful for teaching the Truth, rebuking error, correcting faults, and giving instructions for right living, so that the person who serves God may be fully qualified and equipped to do every good deed (2nd Tim. 3:16-17)

We, who put our faith and trust in the Incarnate Word, accepting Him as our Lord and Savior, faithful children of the Roman Catholic Church and bonafide students of the University of San Carlos, unite from the “Catholic Charismatic Carolinians”.





PREROGATIVE

The name of this organization shall be THE CATHOLIC CHARISMATIC CAROLINIANS.

The abbreviated name of this organization will be CCC wherein all the letters shall be capitalized.

This organization shall be composed of any Catholic and for the special membership, we also welcome non-Catholic students of the University of San Carlos.

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Cebu City
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