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"The 24 Hours Of The Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ" as revealed to Luisa Piccarreta

 
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"The 24 Hours Of The Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ" as revealed to Luisa Piccarreta
*** The 24 Hours Of The Passion Of Our Lord Jesus Christ ***

Revealed to the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta

ACTUAL TEXT IN FULL AT :

[link to www.benedictinesofdivinewill.org]

SHORT INTRODUCTION : At the age of 17, the Servant of God (SOG) Luisa Piccarreta wrote her first novena of preparation for Christmas with 9 hours of meditation. After finishing it, Our Lord invited her to meditate continuously on the last 24 hours that He suffered during the course of His Passion, beginning with the moment when He said good-bye to His Mother (that is, before instituting the Eucharist) and ending with the moment when Jesus was buried. In every hour of His Passion, Our Lord invites us to accompany Him and bring him consolation with our love; this way, little by little as we enter into every scene, every word, every truth and every suffering, we will begin to understand just how great the Love of God has been for us and it will be impossible for us not to desire to love Him as much He deserves to be loved by us. This way, we will deepen our understanding not only of the External Passion that Jesus endured, also all his intimate sufferings, hidden to the eyes of the creatures, which are His Internal Passion. Therefore, meditating on the Hours of the Passion means to be united to Jesus and to do everything that He did during every one of the scenes of His Passion. It also means to be united to the prayers and reparations that Jesus offered interiorly to the Father while He was being scourged, crowned with thorns, crucified, etc., and for this purpose, we follow the book, “The 24 Hours of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ” as revealed to SOG Luisa Piccareta. In such a way that every time we read, meditate, and penetrate into every hour of the Passion, we must try to make Jesus’ prayers, intentions and reparations our own so that together with Him we can offer them to the Father for the salvation of souls and the benefit of all humankind.

After the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta had been living continuously the Hours of the Passion for over thirty years, Saint Hannibal Maria Di Francia, who had been appointed as the Ecclesiastical Censor for all her writings, commanded her under Holy Obedience to put them into writing. As a result we have this Book of Heaven ( not to be confused with the 36 - volume work also known as "Book of Heaven" by the same Servant of God ). Seeing the wealth of its content and glimpsing all the good that they would do to our souls, Saint Hannibal printed the first four editions of this book in the years 1915, 1916, 1917 and 1924. After the S.G. Luisa Piccarreta finished writing the original manuscript , she sent it to St. Hannibal along with a letter. In this letter she speaks of the complacency that Jesus feels whenever we meditate on these Hours. She says, “as if Jesus heard His own voice and His prayers being reproduced in those reparations, just as the ones He raised to His Father during the 24 hours of His sorrowful Passion.” Also, Luisa included along with the manuscript and letter some additional notes in which she listed the * effects and promises * that Jesus made to whoever meditated on these Hours of His Passion.

( NOTE : From EWTN : "While the Postulation does not have the authority to prohibit the reading of Luisa's writings that are in circulation, no one is permitted to publish her Diary of 36 volumes. EXCEPTIONS have been made for the following writings of Luisa: The 24 Hours of the Passion, The Virgin Mary in the Kingdom of the Divine Will, and her Letters, as well as for the works of Padre Bernardino Bucci about Luisa. Prayer groups are ENCOURAGED to study these approved books until such time as the official typical edition is published in conformity with the doctrine of the Church and the approval of the Congregation for the Causes of the Saints. [Clarifications 8, 14]" [link to www.ewtn.com] )

*** Luisa Piccarreta's "24 Hours of The Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ" TEXT IN FULL is at :

[link to www.benedictinesofdivinewill.org]
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A short biography of Luisa Piccareta :

[link to www.mysticsofthechurch.com]
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The POSITIVE Canonical Status of Luisa Piccareta and her writings in the Catholic Church (updated) :
[link to luisapiccarreta.com]
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OP,

Could you share your understanding of living in the
Divine Will as revealed to Luisa?

I know some but it might not be right...

My understanding is that for so long man has received God's
grace to follow/to do His Will.

God continues to gives more, the Trinity actually desires that
we live in the Divine Will which is much more...

And, all you have to do is ask for the gift of the
Divine Will. The 'grace' factor, you must be in the state
of grace when you ask for the gift of the Divine Will.
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Mary, I just read your message . My personal view on the matter ? You should make it a point to read the text I referred at the start of this thread BEFORE asking further. You should ask yourself why you did not do that in the first place. I believe we should be OBJECTIVE about the matter first , instead of being "personal" about it, as that is usually very subjective and relative - and highly questionable in the end. A diamond is a diamond, whether a good person or a bad person holds it. If you are going to question the value of diamond depending on the person holding it, then this is sheer nonsense.

I will give you a HINT here . Too many Catholics believe that one must ALREADY be a good Catholic before praying the Rosary. This is nonsense ! The Rosary has many functions, including converting non-Catholics and bad Catholics BUT these are never in their minds. A deeper analysis shows that people who think that one must ALREADY be a good Catholic to recite the Rosary usually (but not always) have motives/agendas that are contrary to the Rosary devotion (ie, they do not favour the Rosary devotion in the first place, frankly speaking ). Ponder repeatedly on what I have just HINTED to you.
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Forget all that, start following pope in twitter otherwise
you will burn in purgatory forever.
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Value and Effects of these Hours of the Passion
from a Letter of Luisa to Saint Annibale M. di Francia,
and from her Writings

St. Annibale: "I begin by reporting here a letter which the Author sent me…"

Most Reverend Father,

I am finally sending you the Hours of the Passion, now written, and all for the glory of Our Lord.
I also include another sheet which contains the effects, and the beautiful promises which Jesus
makes to anyone who does these Hours of the Passion. I believe that if one who meditates them is
a sinner, he will convert; if he is imperfect, he will become perfect; if he is holy, he will become
more holy; if he is tempted, he will find victory; if he is suffering, in these Hours he will find the
strength, the medicine, the comfort. And if his soul is weak and poor, he will find spiritual food and
the mirror in which he will reflect himself continuously to be embellished and to become similar to
Jesus, our model
.
The satisfaction that blessed Jesus receives from the meditation of these Hours
is so great, that He would want at least one copy of these meditations to be present and practiced
in each city or town. In fact, it would happen, then, as if Jesus heard His own voice and His prayers
being reproduced in those reparations, just as the ones He raised to His Father during the 24 hours
of His sorrowful Passion. And if this were done in each town or city at least, by as many souls, Jesus
seems to make me understand that Divine Justice would be placated in part, and in these sad times
of torments and bloodshed, Its scourges would be stopped, in part, and as though dampened. I let
you, Reverend Father, make appeal to all; may you complete, in this way, the little work that my
lovable Jesus had me do.

I also tell you that the purpose of these Hours of the Passion is not so much that of narrating the
story of the Passion, because there are many books that treat this pious topic, and it would not be
necessary to make another one. But rather, the purpose is the reparation, uniting the different points
of the Passion of Our Lord with the diversity of the many offenses, and making worthy reparation
for them together with Jesus, almost making up for all that the other creatures owe Him. From this,
the different ways of reparation present in these Hours: in some sections one blesses, in others one
compassionates, in others one praises, in others one comforts suffering Jesus, in others one
compensates, in others one supplicates, prays and asks.
Therefore, I leave it to you, Reverend Father, to make known the purpose of these writings with a
preface."