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My petition to Our Lady of Perpetual Help thorough the novena

Our Lady of Perpetual Help thorough the novena please arrest my helper wherever he is and let him have no rest until he locate me.

Our Lady of Perpetual Help thorough the novena please remove the spirit of deceptive, intransigent, fallacy, block ear, marine spirit, and destroyed the evil covenant if late in marriage of Patrick Chisolu Onwughalu in Jesus name

Our Lady of Perpetual Help thorough the novena please destroy any connecting rope that is tired against my Late father uncompleted buildings and send my family a helper to build house for us in Jesus name

O Mary, Help us

Mary has helped us, Mary wants to help us, Mary can help us, Mary will help us, O Mother of Perpetual Help listen to our pleading souls, you can help us in our needs Mary with hope we call on you
Glory be to the Father to the Son and to the Holy Spirit as it was in the beginning is now and every shall be world without end. Amen

Our Lady of Perpetual
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◄ Luke 10:16 ►
"Whoever listens to you listens to me; whoever rejects you rejects me; but whoever rejects me rejects him who sent me." The faith of those who live their faith is a serene faith.

What you long for will be given you; what you love will be yours for ever. Since it is by giving alms that everything is pure for you, you will also receive that blessing which is promised next by the Lord: the Godhead that no man has been able to see. In the inexpressible joy of this eternal vision, human nature will possess what eye has not seen or ear heard, what man's heart has never conceived. -- Pope St. Leo the Great

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26/06/2021
26/06/2021

JUNE 27TH 2021

THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

FIRST READING

WISDOM 1: 13 - 15; 2: 23 - 24

God did not make death, and he does not delight in the death of the living. For he created all things that they might exist, and the creatures of the world are wholesome, and there is no destructive poison in them; and the dominion of Hades is not on earth. For righteousness is immortal. For God created man for incorruption, and made him in the image of his own eternity, but through the devil’s envy death entered the world, and those who belong to his party experience it.

_*The Word of the Lord.*_


_*RESPONSORIAL PSALM*_
_Psalm 30: 2, 4 - 6, 11 - 12a, 13b (R.) 2a_

_*R/. I will extol you, Lord, for you have raised me up.*_

I will extol you, Lord, for you have raised me up,
and have not let my enemies rejoice over me.
O Lord, you have lifted up my soul from the grave,
restored me to life from those who sink into the pit. R.

Sing psalms to the Lord, you faithful ones;
give thanks to his holy name.
His anger lasts a moment; his favour all through life.
At night there are tears, but at dawn comes joy. R.

Hear, O Lord, and have mercy on me;
be my helper, O Lord.
You have changed my mourning into dancing,
O Lord my God, I will thank you forever. R.


_*SECOND READING*_
_*2ND CORINTHIANS 8: 7, 9, 13 - 15*_

Brethren: As you excel in everything — in faith, in utterance, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in your love for us — see that you excel in this gracious work also. For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich. I do not mean that others should be eased and you burdened, but that as a matter of equality your abundance at the present time should supply their want, so that their abundance may supply your want, that there may be equality. As it is written, “He who gathered much had nothing over, and he who gathered little had no lack.”

_*The Word of the Lord.*_


_*ALLELUIA*_
_2nd Timothy 1: 10_

Alleluia.
_Our Saviour Christ Jesus abolished death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel._ Alleluia.


_*GOSPEL*_
_*MARK 5: 21 - 43*_

At that time: When Jesus had crossed in the boat to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, a great crowd gathered about him; and he was beside the sea. Then came one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name; and seeing him, he fell at his feet, and begged him, saying, “My little daughter is at the point of death. Come and lay your hands on her, so that she may be made well, and live.” And he went with him. And a great crowd followed him and thronged about him.
And there was a Woman who had had a flow of blood for twelve years, and who had suffered much under many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was no better but rather grew worse. She had heard reports about Jesus, and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his garment. For she said, “If I touch even his garments, I shall be made well.” And immediately the haemorrhage ceased; and she felt in her body that she was healed of her disease. And Jesus, perceiving in himself that power had gone forth from him, immediately turned about in the crowd, and said, “Who touched my garments?” And his disciples said to him, “You see the crowd pressing around you, and yet you say, ‘Who touched me?”’ And he looked around to see who had done it. But the woman, knowing what had been done to her, came in fear and trembling and fell down before him, and told him the whole truth. And he said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace, and be healed of your disease.”
While he was still speaking, there came from the ruler’s house some who said, “Your daughter is dead. Why trouble the Teacher any further?” But ignoring what they said, Jesus said to the ruler of the synagogue, “Do not fear, only believe.” And he allowed no one to follow him except Peter and James and John the brother of James. When they came to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, he saw a tumult, and people weeping and wailing loudly. And when he had entered, he said to them, “Why do you make a tumult and weep? The child is not dead but sleeping.” And they laughed at him. But he put them all outside, and took the child’s father and mother and those who were with him, and went in where the child was. Taking her by the hand he said to her, “Talitha cumi”; which means, “Little girl, I say to you, arise.” And immediately the girl got up and walked; for she was twelve years old. And immediately they were overcome with amazement. And he strictly charged them that no one should know this, and told them to give her something to eat.

The Gospel of the Lord.

Reflection.

VICTORY OVER SICKNESS AND DEATH.

SCRIPTURE READINGS: [Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24; Ps 30:2,4-6,11-13; 2 Cor 8:7.9.13-15; Mk 5:21-43]

The world’s greatest and last enemy, as St Paul said, is death. “The last enemy to be destroyed is death.” (1 Cor 15:26) Most of us fear sickness and death. The reality of life is that death does not consider one’s status or position in life, whether we are rich or poor, influential or ordinary. In today’s gospel, the woman was just an ordinary lady who had spent all her money on her illness. She had to suffer the shame and inconvenience of an illness that could find no cure. At the other end of the spectrum was Jairus, a man of status, whose daughter was only twelve years old and dying of an illness. Clearly, therefore, no matter who are we are, we will have to face sicknesses and death eventually in our life. There is no escape.

Yet, today’s first reading is very reassuring when the author of the book of Wisdom wrote, “Death was not God’s doing, he takes no pleasure in the extinction of the living. God did make man imperishable, he made him in the image of his own nature; it was the devil’s envy that brought death into the world, as those who are his partners will discover.” Clearly, God wants us to live and not to die. God wants us to share in His life and in His love. “Just as sin came into the world through one man, and death came through sin, and so death spread to all because all have sinned.” (Rom 5:12) “The wages of sin is death.” (Rom 6:23)

To find life and healing, we need to have faith in Jesus. This is the message of today’s healing miracles in the gospel. St Mark presents to us two stories on healing and the restoration of life. In the first case, the woman suffering from a serious and prolonged me********on disorder and in the second case, that of the dying daughter of the synagogue official, Jairus. But it is good to note that both were driven to find Jesus only out of desperation. Jairus pleaded with Jesus, “My little daughter is desperately sick. Do come and lay your hands on her to make her better and save her life.'” It is a reality that many Catholics and non-Catholics come to Jesus for healing only as a last resort after exhausting all the avenues available to them, seeing doctors and taking all kinds of medication. Most come out of desperation, especially those who are rich and powerful. When it comes to life and death, everything else does not matter. For the powerful Jairus, he would have heard Jesus preach in the synagogue. Theologically, he might have had issues with what Jesus taught and did. But in the face of his daughter’s imminent death, all these theological and polemical issues were left aside; after all, he had seen Jesus delivering a man from evil spirits and cured many who were sick. In desperation, many of us who have doubts about Jesus come to him in humility, like Jairus who “fell at his feet and pleaded with him earnestly.” He put his dignity aside for an itinerant preacher, the last recourse for finding a cure for his daughter.

So, too, the woman “who had suffered from a haemorrhage for twelve years; after long and painful treatment under various doctors, she had spent all she had without being any the better for it, in fact, she was getting worse. She had heard about Jesus, and she came up behind him through the crowd and touched his cloak.” It was out of desperation that she came from behind and touched the cloak of our Lord for healing. We must appreciate the predicament she was in. To suffer from me********on disorder was one of the worst things that could happen to a woman, more so in the days of old.

Why was this illness such a distressing thing for a woman? When a woman suffers from continuous me********on, it puts her in a very embarrassing situation. She would have been despised and lived in constant shame, knowing that she was not normal. She would have been physically weak as well, due to the loss of blood. And having spent all her money to find a cure, she was totally impoverished. Furthermore, in ancient days, to be childless due to her condition was considered a curse and a shame, and her future was bleak as no one would look after her. Finally, in her condition, she could not even come near to God, not just her fellowmen. She was forbidden to worship in the Temple because she was considered unclean. Just like the l***r that Jesus healed earlier, she was an outcast.

For all these reasons, we can appreciate why she clandestinely came behind Jesus in the crowd to touch His cloak instead of asking Him to heal her directly. It was wrong of her to touch our Lord and cause Him to be unclean. What would the Lord say to her? Would she be reprimanded and shamed for all to see? So her faith in Jesus, even though it might appear superstitious to some, was actually an ultimate act of faith in the power of our Lord to heal. We too are called to imitate her faith in placing our lives in our Lord completely. Of course, in another sense, her faith was not perfect because of her fear. So too some of us, especially those who are of some position in life, are afraid to come to Jesus for healing lest we lose the world’s and society’s respect, even though we desire healing desperately. But we should come to our Lord. The Lord is compassionate and kind and understanding. Just as He healed the woman with an imperfect faith, He too can heal us who have an imperfect faith.

Then why did the Lord expose her in front of the crowd, causing her to feel fear and embarrassment? “Immediately aware that power had gone out from him, Jesus turned round in the crowd and said, ‘Who touched my clothes?’ ‘Then the woman came forward, frightened and trembling, and she fell at his feet and told him the whole truth. ‘My daughter,’ he said, ‘your faith has restored you to health; go in peace and be free from your complaint.'” Jesus wanted to complete her healing by freeing her from the sense of inadequacy, rejection and fear by affirming her as the daughter of God, for all this while she was furtively keeping the disorder to herself whilst being alienated from her fellowmen and from God because of her uncleanness. By affirming her faith and her daughtership, she was completely healed. We know that we are healed when we are no longer ashamed of our past and our illnesses.

In the meantime, the faith of Jairus was also tested. He was waiting patiently for Jesus to get to his daughter before she died. But before they arrived, word came to the official that she had died. The fact that the mourners were there meant that they all expected her to die anytime and had given up hope. But Jesus told the official, “Do not be afraid; only have faith.” Upon arriving, Jesus made it clear to the mourners, that the child was asleep, not dead. Even though the crowd laughed at Him, Jesus, “taking with him the child’s father and mother and his own companions said to the girl, ‘Little girl, I tell you to get up.'” And she was raised back to life to their great astonishment. Indeed, faith in Jesus is the key to fullness of life. It is our faith in Christ that we know death has been conquered, and death for us in Christian understanding is to be asleep for a while as we await our resurrection.

But it is not enough to be healed or be raised from the dead and given a second chance. St Paul reminded the Corinthians to give back what they have received. “You always have the most of everything – of faith, of eloquence, of understanding, of keenness for any cause, and the biggest share of our affection – so we expect you to put the most into this work of mercy too.” So too when we are healed or given a second chance in life, we must not continue to live for ourselves but for others. Life is truly ours only when we live for others and care for others. Living just for ourselves, even if we are physically healthy, will not give us life. We must testify to the power of the Lord who has healed us and given us a new life. We must now share with others what we have and, most of all, to be like Jesus, a life-giver in all that we do. Our life belongs to God and so is our health. When the Lord gives us His blessings, out of gratitude, we must share with others so that they too can know that the Lord is good. In giving life to others, in dying for others, like the Lord, we receive the fullness of life and love.

The Lord be with you.

JUNE 27TH 2021

THIRTEENTH SUNDAY IN ORDINARY TIME YEAR B

FIRST READING

WISDOM 1: 13 - 15; 2: 23 - 24

God did not make death, and he does not delight in the death of the living. For he created all things that they might exist, and the creatures of the world are wholesome, and there is no destructive poison in them; and the dominion of Hades is not on earth. For righteousness is immortal. For God created man for incorruption, and made him in the image of his own eternity, but through the devil’s envy death entered the world, and those who belong to his party experience it.

_*The Word of the Lord.*_


_*RESPONSORIAL PSALM*_
_Psalm 30: 2, 4 - 6, 11 - 12a, 13b (R.) 2a_

_*R/. I will extol you, Lord, for you have raised me up.*_

I will extol you, Lord, for you have raised me up,
and have not let my enemies rejoice over me.
O Lord, you have lifted up my soul from the grave,
restored me to life from those who sink into the pit. R.

Sing psalms to the Lord, you faithful ones;
give thanks to his holy name.
His anger lasts a moment; his favour all through life.
At night there are tears, but at dawn comes joy. R.

Hear, O Lord, and have mercy on me;
be my helper, O Lord.
You have changed my mourning into dancing,
O Lord my God, I will thank you forever. R.


_*SECOND READING*_
_*2ND CORINTHIANS 8: 7, 9, 13 - 15*_

Brethren: As you excel in everything — in faith, in utterance, in knowledge, in all earnestness, and in your love for us — see that you excel in this gracious work also. For you know the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, that though he was rich, yet for your sake he became poor, so that by his poverty you might become rich. I do not mean that others should be eased and you burdened, but that as a matter of equality your abundance at the present time should supply their want, so that their abundance may supply your want, that there may be equality. As it is written, “He who gathered much had nothing over, and he who gathered little had no lack.”

_*The Word of the Lord.*_


_*ALLELUIA*_
_2nd Timothy 1: 10_

Alleluia.
_Our Saviour Christ Jesus abolished death and brought life and immortality to light through the Gospel._ Alleluia.


_*GOSPEL*_
_*MARK 5: 21 - 43*_

At that time: When Jesus had crossed in the boat to the other side of the Sea of Galilee, a great crowd gathered about him; and he was beside the sea. Then came one of the rulers of the synagogue, Jairus by name; and seeing him, he fell at his feet, and begged him, saying, “My little daughter is at the point of death. Come and lay your hands on her, so that she may be made well, and live.” And he went with him. And a great crowd followed him and thronged about him.
And there was a Woman who had had a flow of blood for twelve years, and who had suffered much under many physicians, and had spent all that she had, and was no better but rather grew worse. She had heard reports about Jesus, and came up behind him in the crowd and touched his garment. For she said, “If I touch even his garments, I shall be made well.” And immediately the haemorrhage ceased; and she felt in her body that she was healed of her disease. And Jesus, perceiving in himself that power had gone forth from him, immediately turned about in the crowd, and said, “Who touched my garments?” And his disciples said to him, “You see the crowd pressing around you, and yet you say, ‘Who touched me?”’ And he looked around to see who had done it. But the woman, knowing what had been done to her, came in fear and trembling and fell down before him, and told him the whole truth. And he said to her, “Daughter, your faith has made you well; go in peace, and be healed of your disease.”
While he was still speaking, there came from the ruler’s house some who said, “Your daughter is dead. Why trouble the Teacher any further?” But ignoring what they said, Jesus said to the ruler of the synagogue, “Do not fear, only believe.” And he allowed no one to follow him except Peter and James and John the brother of James. When they came to the house of the ruler of the synagogue, he saw a tumult, and people weeping and wailing loudly. And when he had entered, he said to them, “Why do you make a tumult and weep? The child is not dead but sleeping.” And they laughed at him. But he put them all outside, and took the child’s father and mother and those who were with him, and went in where the child was. Taking her by the hand he said to her, “Talitha cumi”; which means, “Little girl, I say to you, arise.” And immediately the girl got up and walked; for she was twelve years old. And immediately they were overcome with amazement. And he strictly charged them that no one should know this, and told them to give her something to eat.

The Gospel of the Lord.

Reflection.

VICTORY OVER SICKNESS AND DEATH.

SCRIPTURE READINGS: [Wis 1:13-15; 2:23-24; Ps 30:2,4-6,11-13; 2 Cor 8:7.9.13-15; Mk 5:21-43]

The world’s greatest and last enemy, as St Paul said, is death. “The last enemy to be destroyed is death.” (1 Cor 15:26) Most of us fear sickness and death. The reality of life is that death does not consider one’s status or position in life, whether we are rich or poor, influential or ordinary. In today’s gospel, the woman was just an ordinary lady who had spent all her money on her illness. She had to suffer the shame and inconvenience of an illness that could find no cure. At the other end of the spectrum was Jairus, a man of status, whose daughter was only twelve years old and dying of an illness. Clearly, therefore, no matter who are we are, we will have to face sicknesses and death eventually in our life. There is no escape.

Yet, today’s first reading is very reassuring when the author of the book of Wisdom wrote, “Death was not God’s doing, he takes no pleasure in the extinction of the living. God did make man imperishable, he made him in the image of his own nature; it was the devil’s envy that brought death into the world, as those who are his partners will discover.” Clearly, God wants us to live and not to die. God wants us to share in His life and in His love. “Just as sin came into the world through one man, and death came through sin, and so death spread to all because all have sinned.” (Rom 5:12) “The wages of sin is death.” (Rom 6:23)

To find life and healing, we need to have faith in Jesus. This is the message of today’s healing miracles in the gospel. St Mark presents to us two stories on healing and the restoration of life. In the first case, the woman suffering from a serious and prolonged me********on disorder and in the second case, that of the dying daughter of the synagogue official, Jairus. But it is good to note that both were driven to find Jesus only out of desperation. Jairus pleaded with Jesus, “My little daughter is desperately sick. Do come and lay your hands on her to make her better and save her life.'” It is a reality that many Catholics and non-Catholics come to Jesus for healing only as a last resort after exhausting all the avenues available to them, seeing doctors and taking all kinds of medication. Most come out of desperation, especially those who are rich and powerful. When it comes to life and death, everything else does not matter. For the powerful Jairus, he would have heard Jesus preach in the synagogue. Theologically, he might have had issues with what Jesus taught and did. But in the face of his daughter’s imminent death, all these theological and polemical issues were left aside; after all, he had seen Jesus delivering a man from evil spirits and cured many who were sick. In desperation, many of us who have doubts about Jesus come to him in humility, like Jairus who “fell at his feet and pleaded with him earnestly.” He put his dignity aside for an itinerant preacher, the last recourse for finding a cure for his daughter.

So, too, the woman “who had suffered from a haemorrhage for twelve years; after long and painful treatment under various doctors, she had spent all she had without being any the better for it, in fact, she was getting worse. She had heard about Jesus, and she came up behind him through the crowd and touched his cloak.” It was out of desperation that she came from behind and touched the cloak of our Lord for healing. We must appreciate the predicament she was in. To suffer from me********on disorder was one of the worst things that could happen to a woman, more so in the days of old.

Why was this illness such a distressing thing for a woman? When a woman suffers from continuous me********on, it puts her in a very embarrassing situation. She would have been despised and lived in constant shame, knowing that she was not normal. She would have been physically weak as well, due to the loss of blood. And having spent all her money to find a cure, she was totally impoverished. Furthermore, in ancient days, to be childless due to her condition was considered a curse and a shame, and her future was bleak as no one would look after her. Finally, in her condition, she could not even come near to God, not just her fellowmen. She was forbidden to worship in the Temple because she was considered unclean. Just like the l***r that Jesus healed earlier, she was an outcast.

For all these reasons, we can appreciate why she clandestinely came behind Jesus in the crowd to touch His cloak instead of asking Him to heal her directly. It was wrong of her to touch our Lord and cause Him to be unclean. What would the Lord say to her? Would she be reprimanded and shamed for all to see? So her faith in Jesus, even though it might appear superstitious to some, was actually an ultimate act of faith in the power of our Lord to heal. We too are called to imitate her faith in placing our lives in our Lord completely. Of course, in another sense, her faith was not perfect because of her fear. So too some of us, especially those who are of some position in life, are afraid to come to Jesus for healing lest we lose the world’s and society’s respect, even though we desire healing desperately. But we should come to our Lord. The Lord is compassionate and kind and understanding. Just as He healed the woman with an imperfect faith, He too can heal us who have an imperfect faith.

Then why did the Lord expose her in front of the crowd, causing her to feel fear and embarrassment? “Immediately aware that power had gone out from him, Jesus turned round in the crowd and said, ‘Who touched my clothes?’ ‘Then the woman came forward, frightened and trembling, and she fell at his feet and told him the whole truth. ‘My daughter,’ he said, ‘your faith has restored you to health; go in peace and be free from your complaint.'” Jesus wanted to complete her healing by freeing her from the sense of inadequacy, rejection and fear by affirming her as the daughter of God, for all this while she was furtively keeping the disorder to herself whilst being alienated from her fellowmen and from God because of her uncleanness. By affirming her faith and her daughtership, she was completely healed. We know that we are healed when we are no longer ashamed of our past and our illnesses.

In the meantime, the faith of Jairus was also tested. He was waiting patiently for Jesus to get to his daughter before she died. But before they arrived, word came to the official that she had died. The fact that the mourners were there meant that they all expected her to die anytime and had given up hope. But Jesus told the official, “Do not be afraid; only have faith.” Upon arriving, Jesus made it clear to the mourners, that the child was asleep, not dead. Even though the crowd laughed at Him, Jesus, “taking with him the child’s father and mother and his own companions said to the girl, ‘Little girl, I tell you to get up.'” And she was raised back to life to their great astonishment. Indeed, faith in Jesus is the key to fullness of life. It is our faith in Christ that we know death has been conquered, and death for us in Christian understanding is to be asleep for a while as we await our resurrection.

But it is not enough to be healed or be raised from the dead and given a second chance. St Paul reminded the Corinthians to give back what they have received. “You always have the most of everything – of faith, of eloquence, of understanding, of keenness for any cause, and the biggest share of our affection – so we expect you to put the most into this work of mercy too.” So too when we are healed or given a second chance in life, we must not continue to live for ourselves but for others. Life is truly ours only when we live for others and care for others. Living just for ourselves, even if we are physically healthy, will not give us life. We must testify to the power of the Lord who has healed us and given us a new life. We must now share with others what we have and, most of all, to be like Jesus, a life-giver in all that we do. Our life belongs to God and so is our health. When the Lord gives us His blessings, out of gratitude, we must share with others so that they too can know that the Lord is good. In giving life to others, in dying for others, like the Lord, we receive the fullness of life and love.

The Lord be with you.

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