Thank You and God Bless you all through the Intercession of Bl. Manuel!
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Thank You and God Bless you all through the Intercession of Bl. Manuel!
Greetings of Peace in Christ,
The Main Admin of the Website for the Cause of Canonization of Blessed Manuel Gonzalez Garcia based in the Philippines would like to inform those who are requesting relics of Bl. Manuel Gonzalez from Brasil, Spain and Portugal or in any parts of Europe, we will forward your requests to the Main postulator in Spain. For those living in Asia and English speaking devotees, like the Philippines, India, Pakistan, and the U.S. we hope to mail your request by next month since we are financially unstable.
Those who wish to donate can send their donation to the address below. We will only mail 2nd class relics (Ex Indumentis) of Bl. Manuel Gonzalez contained in small prayer cards. The Postulator gave us only these small prayer cards to be distributed to the lay faithful for Private Veneration. For those who will request for relics in thecas and for Public Veneration, please consider the guidelines posted in our website (http://beatomanuel.weebly.com/relics-of-bl-manuel.html) We will still contact the Postulator General if we can issue authenticated first class relics for public veneration.
Remember that 2nd class relics are free but we need your donation for the shipment of the relic, not the relic itself.
We hope for your patience and consideration on this matter.
Sincerely Yours in Christ,
The Staff of the Cause of Canonization
Blessed Manuel Gonzalez
For Donations contact the Address below:
CAUSA CANONIZACION BEATO MANUEL G.
c/o Reymond N. Lovendino
Seaview Subd., Buraguis
"'Behold your Mother" is the biggest word, solemn and generous Heart of Jesus in the Gospel after "This is my body." Motherhood of the Virgin of us is being given and created in every moment of Sagrario . Mother, the clean and spotless of all mothers'
In the beginning of life is always God. So mothers, bearers of life, women are "blessed" by the Creator, the fruit of your womb is blessed. Mary, Mother, is the "blessed" par excellence: with her comes Jesus, the blessing of God to the world. Thus was called "blessed among women." But this choice of Mary as Mother of God has made his life is full of mystery. She is presented in the gospel as virgin and mother, illogical realities, but we can reveal how fertility virginity when the person is open to God's plans. "The" yes "of Mary involves both motherhood and virginity" (Benedict XVI, 18/12/2011). This might be because the God who worked in the barren womb of her cousin Elizabeth, she could work in her virginal womb, He is the God of Life. Mary conceived Jesus and served Him continuous task carried the mother mission. Finish time, when it comes time to pass from this world to the Father, Jesus bestowed on Mary, from the cross, a new mission, not as his mother, but as the mother of the beloved disciple, "Behold your Mother" , "Behold your son." Since the disciple took her into his home, Mary began to be an integral part of the Christian spiritual universe. She is recognized in a new spiritual motherhood, mother of all who follow His Son. "Mary's motherhood, which began with the fiat of Nazareth fulfilled at the cross" (Benedict XVI 29/11/2006).
Thus Mary, he has learned throughout his life to hear and do the will of God, becomes the Master who teaches the disciples. She's the one who knows that God does not leave unfulfilled promises that the Lord makes its way to the confusion of men, the mother who knows that God is the Lord of history, that the light passes through the dark-ness and because knows it teaches, it spreads and becomes the bearer of the good news broadcasting and live what you've learned.
Mary is our Mother in the order of grace! Such host leads to a new discovery. As we approach Mary, to her Immaculate Heart, we found it all to Jesus, his whole life has been a yes to God's plan, it is she who best knows the Son and who can best guide us to be authentic Christians, thus leaving maternal hands driving, forward along the road that leads more fully the Son, that is, by way of full conformity to Him
We, believers, following his example should express the unheard of She: what about Mary not been written yet and that has to be done in our personal history and the history of mankind.
"The love of Bto. Manuel González Immaculate Mother has no limits. A She is dedicated and loves her so much that does not come forward without her. But his devotion to Mary is in union with Jesus in the Eucharist. She is the one who teaches him to love Jesus and men, one preparing to welcome you and thank you for accompanying. That flesh and blood that you get will bring the memory of Mother "(The Abandoned Tabernacle Bishop, p. 462).
Sister. Leonor Maria Mediavilla, M.E.N.
"The Lord has done great things for me" (Lk 1: 49)
We are very happy to tell you that on Saturday, April 13, 2013 at St Paul of the city of Santa Fe, three sisters of the Congregation of Eucharistic Missionaries of Nazareth: Marina Retamar Paula Ma, Ma Soledad Arener Ferreira and Florence Ma Serra Ceccarosi have made temporary profession.
On the day of the Virgin of Guadalupe, very important festival in Santa Fe, the ceremony began at 12am, led by Father Mario D `Angelo (who was for many years chaplain to the sisters) and concelebrated by Fr Claudio Bianculi and P. Carlos Cepeda. The three dear novices made their temporary profession, issuing their vows of chastity, poverty and obedience and live accepting the constitutions of the Congregation. Received the medal sign of their consecration.
They were accompanied by all the Family Eucharistic Reparation: the congregation of Eucharistic Missionaries of Nazareth, the institution of lay Eucharistic Missionaries of Nazareth, Eucharistic Union member Reconstructive members of the new group of collaborating REMA (Maternal Eucharistic Repair), family, friends and faithful.
Enjoying a beautiful sunny autumn day, after the ceremony share a celebratory meal in the courtyard of the house of St. Mary of Nazareth formation, from noon until evening.
We thank God for the vocation of our sisters and ask them the grace to be faithful and steadfast in their commitment. Also ask for the Eucharistic refreshing charisma, which leads us to accompany the most neglected of all: Jesus in the Eucharist in the tabernacle, is increased by more Eucharistic missionary vocations.
Easter Sunday, 31 March 2013
Dear brothers and sisters in Rome and throughout the world, Happy Easter! Happy Easter!
What a joy it is for me to announce this message: Christ is risen! I would like it to go out to every house and every family, especially where the suffering is greatest, in hospitals, in prisons …
Most of all, I would like it to enter every heart, for it is there that God wants to sow this Good News: Jesus is risen, there is hope for you, you are no longer in the power of sin, of evil! Love has triumphed, mercy has been victorious! The mercy of God always triumphs!
We too, like the women who were Jesus’ disciples, who went to the tomb and found it empty, may wonder what this event means (cf. Lk 24:4). What does it mean that Jesus is risen? It means that the love of God is stronger than evil and death itself; it means that the love of God can transform our lives and let those desert places in our hearts bloom. The love God can do this!
This same love for which the Son of God became man and followed the way of humility and self-giving to the very end, down to hell - to the abyss of separation from God - this same merciful love has flooded with light the dead body of Jesus, has transfigured it, has made it pass into eternal life. Jesus did not return to his former life, to earthly life, but entered into the glorious life of God and he entered there with our humanity, opening us to a future of hope.
This is what Easter is: it is the exodus, the passage of human beings from slavery to sin and evil to the freedom of love and goodness. Because God is life, life alone, and we are his glory: the living man (cf. Irenaeus, Adversus Haereses, 4,20,5-7).
Dear brothers and sisters, Christ died and rose once for all, and for everyone, but the power of the Resurrection, this passover from slavery to evil to the freedom of goodness, must be accomplished in every age, in our concrete existence, in our everyday lives. How many deserts, even today, do human beings need to cross! Above all, the desert within, when we have no love for God or neighbour, when we fail to realize that we are guardians of all that the Creator has given us and continues to give us. God’s mercy can make even the driest land become a garden, can restore life to dry bones (cf. Ez 37:1-14).
So this is the invitation which I address to everyone: Let us accept the grace of Christ’s Resurrection! Let us be renewed by God’s mercy, let us be loved by Jesus, let us enable the power of his love to transform our lives too; and let us become agents of this mercy, channels through which God can water the earth, protect all creation and make justice and peace flourish.
And so we ask the risen Jesus, who turns death into life, to change hatred into love, vengeance into forgiveness, war into peace. Yes, Christ is our peace, and through him we implore peace for all the world.
Peace for the Middle East, and particularly between Israelis and Palestinians, who struggle to find the road of agreement, that they may willingly and courageously resume negotiations to end a conflict that has lasted all too long. Peace in Iraq, that every act of violence may end, and above all for dear Syria, for its people torn by conflict and for the many refugees who await help and comfort. How much blood has been shed! And how much suffering must there still be before a political solution to the crisis will be found?
Peace for Africa, still the scene of violent conflicts. In Mali, may unity and stability be restored; in Nigeria, where attacks sadly continue, gravely threatening the lives of many innocent people, and where great numbers of persons, including children, are held hostage by terrorist groups. Peace in the East of the Democratic Republic of Congo, and in the Central African Republic, where many have been forced to leave their homes and continue to live in fear.
Peace in Asia, above all on the Korean peninsula: may disagreements be overcome and a renewed spirit of reconciliation grow.
Peace in the whole world, still divided by greed looking for easy gain, wounded by the selfishness which threatens human life and the family, selfishness that continues in human trafficking, the most extensive form of slavery in this twenty-first century; human trafficking is the most extensive form of slavery in this twenty-first century! Peace to the whole world, torn apart by violence linked to drug trafficking and by the iniquitous exploitation of natural resources! Peace to this our Earth! Made the risen Jesus bring comfort to the victims of natural disasters and make us responsible guardians of creation.
Dear brothers and sisters, to all of you who are listening to me, from Rome and from all over of the world, I address the invitation of the Psalm: “Give thanks to the Lord for he is good; for his steadfast love endures for ever. Let Israel say: ‘His steadfast love endures for ever’” (Ps 117:1-2).
Dear Brothers and Sisters, to you who have come from all over the world to this Square at the heart of Christianity, and to you linked by modern technology, I repeat my greeting: Happy Easter!
Bear in your families and in your countries the message of joy, hope and peace which every year, on this day, is powerfully renewed.
May the risen Lord, the conqueror of sin and death, be a support to you all, especially to the weakest and neediest. Thank you for your presence and for the witness of your faith. A thought and a special thank-you for the beautiful flowers, which come from the Netherlands. To all of you I affectionately say again: may the risen Christ guide all of you and the whole of humanity on the paths of justice, love and peace.
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Oración al Beato Manuel González García
Corazón de Jesús Sacramentado, que te dignaste elegir
a tu siervo Manuel para ser el apóstol de tus
Sagrarios abandonados, consagrando su vida entera
a reparar esos abandonos, dándote y buscándote
amorosa, fiel y reparadora compañía en el Santísimo
Sacramento; por aquella fidelidad con que te sirvió
durante toda su vida y por el celo ardiente con que procuró
tu mayor gloria, mediante la educación cristiana de los
niños pobres, la formación de sacerdotes santos y la
aproximación de todos a Ti en la sagrada Eucaristía,
te rogamos humilde y fervorosamente, que si te agradan
sus méritos y virtudes, te dignes aceptar nuestras súplicas
y concedernos por su intercesión, la gracia que de todo
corazón te pedimos si ha de ser para mayor gloria de
Dios, advenimiento de tu reino eucarístico honor de tu
Madre Inmaculada, exaltación de tu fidelísimo siervo
y provecho de nuestras almas.
Se recomienda 1 Padrenuestro, 1 Avemaría y 1Gloria.
Our Nazareth is celebrating. Why? It is the day devoted to congratulate our Blessed Manuel Gonzalez.
DAY 3: In our church, San Juan de los Panetes, had a very intimate act, exposed the Blessed Sacrament, pray Vespers, meditation and worship. So we wanted to prepare for the big day. Chaired all acts by Don Sergio Perez, our Advisor.
DAY 4: In our church, we celebrate the Holy Mass of Thanksgiving, also chaired by D. Sergio, the spiritual Father concelebrated by Don Jose Maria Navarro from the seminary and two seminarians acolytes.
The Holy Mass was celebrated with great solemnity and above all very experienced, Don Sergio in his homily made us strong charisma of the FER. He furthered this phrase of Our. Founder: "Is not that the look of Jesus Christ in these tabernacles is a look that pierces the soul and never forgets?". Although all not I.
Upon completion we venerate the relic.
Next we shared the dining room and snack fraternally. Here we had a "toast" greeting to Blessed with our lighted candles. He lived a very nice and you could tell he was partying UNER.
The attendance was very large and thank God breathed a great love for the Blessed Manuel Gonzalez and his work. I can say that the our Eucharistic charism is alive.
On January 4, the first Friday of the month, the FER of Tenerife met at Mary Immaculate Parish and Blessed Manuel Gonzalez located in Cuevas Blancas (in the city of Santa Cruz de Tenerife). Along with the parish community shared a moment of encounter with Jesus in Eucharistic adoration, and then the Mass, concelebrated by the pastor, Valentin Gonzalez Vargas and UNER adviser, Daniel Padilla Piñero. Before leaving, in the Eucharistic celebration was the veneration of the relic of Blessed Manuel. At the end, Don Valentin invited us to a room of the parish to share a snack and fraternal joy for the gift that the Lord has done in the person and holiness of Blessed Manuel González García.
On January 4, 2013 Familia Eucarística Reparadora in Albacete have been celebrating.
We have joined with the many people who like us on this day were celebrating.
It was the feast of our founder, Blessed Manuel Gonzalez, our D. Manuel.
We spoke of Blessed Manuel Gonzalez, his life, his testimony and faith in the Eucharist, Jesus made bread for our food. We have also discussed the document prepared by the last Synod of Bishops, which proposes a new evangelization for the new times.
How beautiful to hear everything they say the bishops and the Pope on how faith is an encounter with Jesus who saves, how we are to pass on the faith to our word and our testimony.
We also mentioned briefly document the Pope on peace.
The weather has been the only problem, because we were all enthralled and we have had the bell, we had to go to church and share our joy with all the Parish of the Assumption, we prayed the Rosary to the Blessed Sacrament and, finally, Mass has been an encounter with Jesus in the Eucharist, from which we get the strength to continue living. D. José Luis, the Pastor and our advisor, explained how D. Manuel saw Jesus, just as the apostles were in their day. Everyone saw and found, as the Gospel says that Jesus is the source of life and hope.
Now we go home happy, wanting to be new evangelizers, in order put in our minds and in our hearts to follow Jesus by our friend and partner, to share it with those who turn away from Him or not yet known , so that He is the center of our own and therefore love God and above all let ourselves be loved by God, as you rightly said D. José Luis in his homily.
This joy we share with so many people who like us have been held in this January 4 the feast of Blessed Manuel Gonzalez, our D. Manuel.
Teresa Martinez Mirror
Yesterday January 4, in the city of Málaga, parish of the Shrine, we had Mass in memory of our beloved founder in his birth to heaven.
We have the support of many members of the FER, and supporters of the work of our blessed devotees. The Mass was presided D. Francisco Gonzalez, rector of the major seminary, and D. José Fenoy accompanied by several seminarians who at the same time is the choir and in charge with liturgical and other presents.
In the homily he introduced us to Bto. Manuel Gonzalez as a witness yet model, as it was throughout his life, a notice of the living presence of Jesus in the Eucharist and is abandoned. And so today and this charisma and purpose of the Year of Faith, repeating the words that tell the Bto. John Paul II at the beatification ceremony, in which he proposed as the model and witness to the Church for their faith. Faith made him move in two dimensions that had a single center, pastoral and social activity that flowed from his contemplation of the Eucharist ... In these times of great need, we are invited to imitate in the give and give to God and neighbor.
He recalled the importance of praying how he, reading and meditation of the Gospel in the light of the lamp of the Shrine ...
In the end we went to venerate the relic while prints calendars were delivered and thoughts of Blessed Manuel.