News from Dan Lynch Apostolates

 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity
January 18 - 25, 2019

The theme for the 2019 Week of Prayer for Christian Unity is, "Justice, Only Justice, You Shall Pursue." (Deuteronomy 16:20). The organizers chose it for its powerful message of promoting truth, equality and unity.

So what does Jesus require of us? He requires, as Pope Benedict XVI said, prayer and love for the condition of unity and the condition of peace. He requires Christian unity as a sign to the world that He is truly the Son of God! To help us to realize this unity He wants us to pray for it. Pope Francis prays for it and Jesus King of All Nations revealed His Chaplet of Unity and asked us to pray for it.

Read more HERE.
 

The 2019 National March for Life will take place on Friday, January 18th with the theme, “Unique from Day One”.

Being pro-life is based upon the truth of science. Medical and technological advancements continue to reaffirm the science behind the pro-life cause – that life begins at conception or fertilization, or day one, when egg meets sperm and a new, unique, human embryo is created.

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HERE.
 

The US Bishops 9 Days for Life Novena begins today and continues through Tuesday, January 22, 2019. It is a multi-faceted novena for the respect and protection of every human life.

Please join us and thousands of Catholics nationwide in this novena for a Culture of Life through the Intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Patroness of the Unborn.


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HERE.
 
 The Feast of the Baptism

This is it. It’s all in God’s and your hands now!
 
January 13 is the Feast of the Baptism of the Lord and the end of our Advent/Christmas Campaign to help us reach our goal of $120,000.

Read more HERE.
 

On January 5 we celebrate the feast of Bishop St. John Neumann. He was born in Czechoslovakia in 1811 and raised in a German family that prayed daily morning and evening prayers together with the Rosary. His mother attended daily Mass and gave alms of food and clothing to her poorer neighbors. He had a good example of family prayer and charity. He completed his seminary education but was not ordained because they had no need of priests!

Read more HERE.
 

December 27 is the feast of St. John, the Beloved Disciple. From the day of the crucifixion, when Jesus entrusted His mother to the care of John, he took her and cared for her in his home and in his heart. After the persecution under King Herod Agrippa I in the year 42, John left Jerusalem and sailed over the Mediterranean Sea with Mary to safety to Ephesus, in what is now Turkey. Ephesus was the rich center of the Roman Empire in the East with a population of a quarter million. There he built her a house where she lived and died and from which she was assumed into heaven. 

Read more HERE.
 

It was Christmas Eve in the cold of snowy Colchester, Vermont, in a church a few years ago. The Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe was prominently displayed before the congregation during Mass.
 
The priest began his Christmas homily and noticed to his chagrin that many people were pointing at the image and he heard a lot of murmuring. He interrupted his homily and looked towards the image. There, to his great surprise, he saw that the people were pointing...

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Here at Dan Lynch Apostolates, our mission is simple: to bring conversions and a Culture of Life and Civilization of Love, for which St. John Paul II prayed.
 
We do that in a very unique and special way through promoting devotion to Our Lady Guadalupe, to Our Lady of America, to Jesus King of All Nations and by coordinating Visitations of their images and devotion to St. John Paul II.

Read more HERE.  
 

Servant of God, Sister Thea Bowman, F.S.P.A. (Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration), addressed the US Bishops at their annual meeting held in 1989.

Sister Thea, the granddaughter of a slave, was born in 1937 and decided to become a Catholic at the age of nine. A few years later, she asked to join the Franciscan Sisters of Perpetual Adoration and became the first African-American member of the Order.

Read more HERE.
 

There are so many recent mass shootings in the United States that most people cannot keep track of them. A mass shooting is defined as four or more people shot. In 2018 there have been 307 mass shootings. 12 of these mass shootings have occurred since the one in the Pittsburgh synagogue on October 27. In less than 3 weeks, 12 mass shootings have left 79 shot of whom 23 were killed.

Read more HERE.
 

Padre Pio (1887–1968) was an Italian priest and the first stigmatist priest in the world. Unfortunately, he suffered under obedience to a homosexual bishop and under clerical homosexual corruption in his diocese that went as high up as the Vatican. His secret weapon against this was personal holiness.

Read more HERE.
 

The I Should Do This! Checklist for the Laity

As a member of the lay faithful, you are called by your Baptism to be an apostle to bring the Gospel message into the temporal realities of the world such as your family, neighborhood, work, parish, culture, the media, politics, sports, etc.

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