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At 8:57am on 1/21/2009 while at the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels I saw a modern day Saint become an Angel Being. Some religions teach that that means eventually they may not help Earth. I petitioned God, Christ, and the Saints of the Catholic Church to change time and space for them to continue to help Earth as long as possible, sainthood is a human decision.
The vision I had of this comes from the book “Art For The Cathedral The Cathedral for Our Lady of Angels” Los Angeles, California by John Nava: Tapestries From Proposal To Installation. The cover of the book had a picture named, “Study for a Magdalene 1999” and is an oil canvas, the photo is by Maimon Nastir.
A different painting he has is literally St. Mary Magdalene.
To me it represents the unknown saints, of other religions that represent the same concept.
St. Mary Magdalene was a prostitute that was exercised and allowed to learn.
How often does a Priest get evaluated for disorders?
How does someone report a Priest without getting prayed against?
Some people are afraid of Priest and Religious because prayer is powerful, even negative prayer!
When I was in High School, people use to tell me, “I am going to pray for you”, it looked to me like they were joking. Because I am Psychic I can discern, I told them, “Only good prayers from the real God.”
Even High School student know about bad prayers.
It is unbelievable what people will do when they think on one will know.
People might see priest doing wrong why they don’t want to be Priest.
“God judges every secret thing whether it be good or whether it be evil”.
The Holy Name Society is to honor the Holy Name of Jesus. It started as a mens organization and Nationally the racial make up is about two or three percent, according to Albert Wilson, the President of the local chapter.
The local chapter is majority Black-Americans, this reflects not only the diversity of the Catholic Church, but also the diversity of the West Los Angeles area.
The organization holds breakfast meetings that litany. To learn more about this orgazniation at St. Mary Magdalen Catholic Church 1241 Corning St. West Los Angeles, CA 90035, contact Al Wilson at (310) 559-7159
All-powerful Father, today we rededicate ourselves to your service, and to the works of justice and freedom for all. As you have called us from many peoples to be one nation, help us to give witness in our lives and in our life as a nation to the rich diversity of your gifts. We ask this through our Lord Jesus Christ, your Son, who lives and reigns with you and the Holy Spirit one God, for ever and ever.