Please note: This post pertains to my publication of The Crown and Completion of All Sanctity, described below. However, since this post, I have published The Crown of Sanctity, which is a much more complete treatment of the same matter. I highly recommend reading The Crown of Sanctity instead — it is linked on the right hand sidebar of this website, and can also be obtained from http://www.CrownOfSanctity.com
On this day sixty eight years ago, a soul entered into her eternal reward — a soul the likes of which the world has not seen since the Assumption the Blessed Virgin Mary.
Her name is the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta, and I am finally ready to speak to you of her unrivaled revelations from God.
Often I have spoken of the Divine Mercy devotion of St. Faustina: how it is truly God’s final effort of salvation in the world, and an undeniable herald of the imminent initiation of the great prophecies given throughout the millennia regarding the end of the age, which is now upon us. But there is another half of God’s Final Effort in the world: that of sanctification. For this end, I believe God has chosen Luisa Piccarreta to reveal the Gift of Living in the Divine Will to the world.
For over four years on this blog I have only briefly hinted here and there about this Gift, but I have finally sufficiently researched, studied, prayed, and received spiritual direction regarding it that I am ready to explain it myself.
Also, now that I have said what I want to say about Living in the Divine Will, I am ready to unveil an apostolate that I have felt called to start, and have myself been engaging in for over a year now: The Divine Will Missionaries of Mercy.
My hesitation in sharing this was great as well; first and foremost due to my own weakness in following the very precepts I desired to set down as a baseline for the apostolate: Lent of 2014 I was good about sticking to the regimen, but I often fell out of the habit during Ordinary Time. Thankfully God has given me the grace to be stronger in it since last Advent. That, combined with the encouragement of my Spiritual Director, means I am ready to share this apostolate with whoever else might feel called to take part.
To see what this apostolate is about, please take a look at the website: www.DWMoM.org