Tuesday, April 15, 2008

Holy Father..........April 15


WELCOME TO THE UNITED STATES
POPE BENEDICT XVI

April 15-20, 2008




"The one who has hope lives differently;
the one who hopes has been granted
the gift of a new life."

Pope Benedict, Spe. Salvi, 2

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

"Welcome!" indeed, to Pope Benedict XVI! And I join you and all the Host of God in prayer for fulfillment of God's will through our Holy Father and through his visit to our country. In Jesus' Most Holy Name, Amen. For reader information, EWTN is carrying live and encore coverage of his visit each day. I have a central time schedule I can share if anyone wishes me, too.

Anonymous said...

What a blessed and holy time for us in this country to have our beloved Shepherd, Holy Father Pope BenedictXVI, in our country. This is a time of great graces!!!

Diane S.

Prayerflowers said...

Sweet Micki,
Thank you for this picture of Pope Benedict. I am so excited that he is coming here. I am praying for more eyes to be open to our Sweet Jesus.
Love,
Prayerflowers

Nan said...

Micki,

Thank you! I'm praying for the continuing safety and health of Pope Benedict.

Nan

Anonymous said...

Praise God for our Holy Father's visit to our nation. I agree with Diane -- it feels like a time of great graces. Micki, a quote I came across in your website for July spoke to me in relation to the logistics of my new-ish efforts at praying without ceasing. Thank you and thank God for its appearance for me tonight: "There is not a time to pray and a time not to pray...you hold the hand of God. Sometimes you talk and sometimes you dont, but you are with God all the time." Catherine de Hueck Doherty

Micki said...

Everyone - Thank you so much for taking the time to post a comment. It is such a blessing to read how everyone is praying for our Holy Father. Yes, I agree that this is a great time of grace for us all. Again, I love reading YOUR comments....let us all join together in praying for our Shepherd's safety.

John said...

This is just a test. Please ignore.