Resolutions That Transforms Your Life
I am forwarding an important message from the Director of America Needs Fatima. In which he reminds us that 2019 can be dedicated to Our Lady with constant prayers, and many ways to be under the proactive mantle of Our Blessed Mother.
Please read the attached issue of Battlelines and confirm, as he has requested.
Thanks your help is much appreciated.
Dear Mrs. Cully,
Please tell me YES or NO if you find the attached issue of Battlelines useful as
an inspiration for your life of prayer and doing effective Catholic action.
Could you please?
Just send me back a one-liner, saying YES or NO, by simply replying to this email.
As you can see, the newsletter is about the actions of Rally Captains who serve Our Lord and Our Lady by defending our dear Catholic faith in public.
Click here to read their stories!
I remain your friend,
In Jesus and Mary
Director, America Needs Fatima
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Your Happy New Year Resolutions
New Year’s Eve is a wonderful reflective time for looking back over achievements and disappointments.
This discipline of examining the year passed and thinking about the year ahead, often leaves us wondering where the year has gone, most times we are baffled at how twelve months could pass with us doing so little towards those things most important to us.
The Christmas season is the time of Christ coming into the world.
He who makes all things new.
This is the season of new beginnings, of second chances, of trying again, of sifting through the changeable desires and ambitions that blow through our lives to find the true things, the enduring things worthy of our time and life.
Let us realise that in the year ahead we don’t have to live with events always driving and shaping us and our days. Instead we can take steps to shape events, and progress in our own lives and those corners of the world put within our sphere of influence.
It is especially a good time to set a new course because the Christmas Star is still shining, and the star of Christ is always the one to follow.