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J'avise le bon Dieu et le
bon Dieu m'avise. (I look at the good God and the good God looks at
me.) Response given to the Cure
of Ars by a farmer when asked
what he did during visits to the Blessed Sacrament.
Message from the Manager
welcome to all our readers to the February 2017 Newsletter. This year
has flown and Lent is fast approaching. It is a time of prayer,
penance and sacrifice for 40 Days. These are special days which God
uses to prepare the hearts and minds of parishes, families and
individuals for the greatest feast of the year, Easter Sunday.
Biblical history teaches us that 40 is a significant number when God
needs to cleanse and prepare us for a new beginning. After Noah
and his family entered the Ark, it rained for 40 days and 40 nights.
Moses spent 40 days and 40 nights on Mt Sinai and the Israelites
wandered in the desert for 40 years before entering the Promised
Land. Recorded in the Gospels of Matthew, Mark and Luke, Jesus fasted
for forty days and nights in the desert. During this time, Satan
appeared to Him and tried to tempt Him. After Jesus refused each
temptation, the devil departed and Jesus returned to Galilee where he
began His ministry of preaching and teaching. Christ showed us,
through His forty days in the wilderness, that prayer, fasting and
sacrifices will give us many graces to overcome sin.
We must be vigilant, as the attack on the family by members of the
media and many of our Politicians intensifies. Through our prayers,
acceptance of suffering and sacrifices God can soften their hearts
and minds. The message that Our Lady of the Rosary gave the three
young children at Fatima was that we must say the rosary and suffer
much to save souls from the fires of hell. Mother Teresa exhorted us
to pray for our Church leaders, especially our bishops and priests,
who are very much under attack from Satan. They need our prayers to
have the courage to speak out against the culture of death that has
engulfed our society.
We have a beautiful selection of Spiritual Reading, CDs and Lenten
colouring and activity books for children to help keep us focused on
the true meaning of Lent as we prepare for Easter.
A very sincere thank you is offered to all our readers who help us
through prayer and financial sacrifice. May God grant you a Blessed
Brother Francis 10: He is Risen DVD produced by Herald Entertainment $14.50
Steeped in Scripture and instruction, Brother Francis 10: He is Risen is
a wonderful reminder of God's goodness and power. This episode includes
an animated presentation of key points in the life of Jesus, His death on
the cross, triumph over death and ascension to the Father. Children love
Brother Francis' joyful demeanour and will learn much about Christ's life
when they listen to him. The corresponding, Brother Francis 10: He is
Risen Colouring and Activity Book ($4.25), has illustrations to colour
and activities to do that reinforce the beautiful message about the Resurrection
depicted in the DVD. Other books for Lent and Easter in the range from
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Stations of the Cross - A Colouring Storybook, The
Resurrection - A Reader and Colouring Book and Brother
Francis: What is Lent? - Colouring Book. All are $4.25
Stations of The Cross Colouring Book from St Joseph’s Colouring Books $3.00 Easter Colouring Book from St Joseph’s
Colouring Books $3.00 Colouring Book about Lent from St Joseph’s
Colouring Books $3.00 My First Easter Colouring Book from Warner
Press Kids $3.50 Easter Sticker Book by Karen Williamson $9.95 My Look and Point Easter Sticker Book by
Christina Goodings $9.95 Lenten Adventure Set from Holy Heroes 2 Books
for only $20.00 Celebrating Lent by Rev Jude Winkler OFM Conv
$3.00 The Stations of the Cross by Rev L Lovasik SVD
$3.00 The Easter Story by Rev L Lovasik SVD $3.00 The Way of the Cross for Children by Rev Jude
Winkler OFM Conv $3.00 The Story of Easter by George Brundage
(Carry-Me-Along Board Book) $8.95 The Way of the Cross by Juliette Levivier
The Passion and Death of Our Lord Jesus Christ by Archbishop Alban Goodier SJ $24.95
Archbishop Alban Goodier SJ fills in the many blanks in the historical
narratives about the Passion of Jesus Christ with a riveting account
based on history, culture and his own deep spiritual insights.
The Sadness of Christ by Saint Thomas More $23.95
This book was the last that St. Thomas More wrote in the Tower of London
before he was executed for standing firm in his Catholic faith. In it, he
explores the Gospel passages that depict the agony of Our Lord in the
Garden of Gethsemane. He depicts Christ as a model of virtue in the face
of suffering and persecution. He includes valuable and eternally relevant
reflections on prayer, courage, friendship, statesmanship, and more. It
is an excellent resource for Lent.
reading for Lent: Christ is Passing By Homilies by Josemaria
Escriva $19.95 The Way of the Cross by St Josemaria Escriva
$14.95 The Way of the Cross with Bl. Mother Teresa
$6.00 Saints and Sinners of Calvary by Fr
Christopher Rengers OFM Cap. $13.20 Lenten Reflections by Scott Hahn $19.95 Lent and Easter by Joanna Bogle $7.00 Love Hurts The Truth Behind Redemptive Suffering
CD by Matthew Leonard $5.00 The Cross and the Beatitudes by Fulton J Sheen
$12.50 The Seven Words of Jesus and Mary by Fulton J
Further spiritual reading for Lent: A Blessed Lent by Fr Philip. G. Bochanski $8.00 Lent: The Journey to Easter Joy By Benedict
XVI $5.00 Meditations on the Stations of the Cross by
Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman $7.00 New Companion to Lent from Catholic Truth
Society $5.00 The Sermons of St Francis de Sales for Lent by
St Francis de Sales $24.95 The Seven Last Words by Fulton J Sheen $9.95 The Way of the Cross by St Alphonsus Ligouri
$3.30 The Glory of These Forty Days by James
Tolhurst $15.00 Lent at Ephesus CD by Benedictines of Mary/
Queen of Apostles $24.95
The End of the Present World and The Mysteries of the
Future Life by Fr Charles Arminjon
This was no less true in the late nineteenth century, when Father Charles
Arminjon, a priest from the mountains of south-eastern France, assembled
his flock in the town cathedral to preach a series of conferences to help
them turn their thoughts away from this life's mean material affairs-and
toward the next life's glorious spiritual reward. His wise and
uncompromising words deepened in them the spirit of recollection that all
Christians must have: the abiding conviction that heavenly aims, not
temporal enthusiasms, must guide everything we think, say, and do.
Absolute Relativism by Chris
With a forward by Cardinal Raymond Burke Absolute Relativism by Chris
Stefanic is an important book for every household. It shows how the
attitude that if it feels good then do it inhibits our freedom and
abolishes real tolerance. This book is short and easy to read exposing
the myth that in living according to our own rules we are free but in
fact we ruin our lives and those of others.
The Healing Peace of Christ by Archbishop Anthony Fisher $8.00
Struck down by Guillain-Barré Syndrome, Sydney’s Archbishop Anthony
Fisher has, over the past year, experienced the anguish occasioned by
human frailty and illness. In this book, he reflects on this experience
and on the healing peace of Christ that is only appreciated when we are
Greater love has no man than this,
that a man lay down his life for his friends. You are my friends if you
do what I command you. No longer do I call you servants, for the
servant does not know what his master is doing; but I have called you
friends, for all that I have heard from my Father I have made known to
The Lord Jesus, John 15:13-15
Friend, go up higher!
The Lord Jesus, Luke 14:10
PURPOSE IN LIFE
paper was a
heroic news-reporter with the Australian army in World War II and
killed in New Guinea in 1944. His job was to keep up morale of the
soldiers and their folks at home. When he joined up, the army had just
discovered psychology, and he was quizzed, “What’s your purpose in
life?” At once he quoted the Old Green Catechism:“God
made me to know, love and serve Him here on earth and to see and enjoy
Him for ever in Heaven.” He had made Christian ideas and
ideals his own — the Three Ds: the Dignity, Duty and Destiny
of man made in God’s image.Gen.
1:26-27; Deut. 10:i2; 11:13.
THE SPIRITUAL WAR
Satan has special departments in Hell
working overtime, always concocting new plans to ensnare souls to
live and die in mortal sin.
Further, Satan — at least as alleged by C.S. Lewis in The
Screwtape Letters — assigns other fallen angels, that is, demons,
to individual human souls, to promote these evils.
ONGOING CHRISTIAN FORMATION
doing things together helps adolescents (and children): e.g. gardening,
household repairs, preparing vegetables, washing & pegging out
clothes. Then adolescent son or daughter might “open up” to either
mother and father, separately or together.
Avoid confrontations, avoid prying questions. Rather,
try this bit of wise and witty ironic sarcasm — just leave it lying
“WHY I DON’T WASH”
1.I was forced to wash as a child.
2.People who wash are hypocrites — they think they are
cleaner than everyone else.
3.There are many different kinds of soap. I can’t decide
which one is best.
4.I used to wash, but 1 got bored and stopped.
5.None of my friends wash.
6.I’ll start washing when I get older and dirtier.
7.1 can’t spare the time to wash.
8.The bathroom is never warm enough in winter or cool enough
9.People who make soap are only after your money.
John Bohan, Geelong West, in Into
the Deep, December 2016.
Enthuse by parental good example of living
a life in good standing with God — praying daily,
morning and night, on one’s knees; Sunday Mass, and perhaps weekday
Mass for special intentions.
Do you go to Confession regularly? To a
regular confessor? Have you they ever been on a retreat?
The worst scenario is an adolescent having nothing
to live for, and whining like a curmudgeon, “I didn’t ask to
be born”! It’s worth remembering that:- It’s a privilege to have lived.
John L. Tierney, casual remark
HOLY CHILDSamuel was given encouragement by
old Eli the priest (who foster-fathered him):
Samuel did not yet know the Lord…
And he said, Speak, Lord, Thy servant is listening.
1 Samuel 3:7 and 3:10
WHAT DOES HE READ? What do you?
Is he reading the Bible? Do you? Try the Didache
Bible (see Handouts n. 138) with its helpful notes
and articles and cross-references to the CCC).
And do they ever see yon checking things in the CCC (Catechism
of the Catholic Church)?
Is it feasible to have Bible Discussion Group for
family and even others? It helps if each has a different version, which
brings out the difficulties of translating an ancient language and
culture into modernity.
Then there’s The Book of Virtues with its
inspiring snippets in a constructive counter-attack on schooling which
despises heroes and saints. Try taking turns reading bits aloud during
the main meal.
If the adolescent does not read, it’s still not too late
to help him enter into his full literacy potential and to read books
for pleasure and improvement.
Some families regularly read adventure fiction or travel,
saints or biography, taking turns at the main meal. N.B. It’s character
formation to eat together.
Reading helps all present to escape addiction to TV, mobile phones, or lost in cyber
space in computer games. Reading books transcends the shallow
relationships of a virtual presence. Also, Face Book, U-tube and
Twittering have lots of “stranger danger” and bad
company, as well as wasting much time.
The internet is a grievous temptation even to
those old enough to know better. Yet deliberately entering an occasion
of sin can sometimes be justifiable. But more than half of it’s
pornography — an electronic brothel and propaganda for promiscuity.
It’s worse than being trapped in an underwater cave by an octopus, or
sinking into bottomless quicksand:
But I say to you that every one who
looks lustfully has already committed adultery. If your TV or mobile
causes you to sin, cast it out; better to forego electronic
entertainment, or education than be thrown into hell.
Adapted from Matthew 5:28-32)
SELF-RESTRAINT in Bedroom & at School
Does the adolescent have a TV or mobile phone in bed?
It’s a symptom of a serious malaise. What’s more, the whole electronic
entourage is a lure for wasting time, missing opportunities and
squandering life itself. Computers on every desk in school rewire the
brain to its detriment; they impair intellect occasion moral weakness.
They can become a false religion! They weaken concentration,
mental alertness and memory power, which are all empirically
See REMOTELY CONTROLLED, How Television is damaging our
lives and what we can do about it, by Dr Aric Sigman, 2005, 356 pp.
(see Handouts n. 125).
Aim for it indirectly, by honesty
and generosity. We need humility to
admit when we are wrong. We need humility to be right,
to know it and to say so, especially courageous humility
to be good when mocked as a “goody-goody” by those who spread,
teach and practise the evils of worldliness.
There ARE two kinds, closely related:-
1.“Waking up”, to get up each morning, either “cranked up”
by someone else or on one’s own selfstarter, and consciously,
deliberately getting up to give glory to God as pledged in the
Baptismal Covenant — with all its myriad details in the small print.
2.“Waking up” and taking one’s place in the Church and in
society, with personal commitment to the Lord Jesus and embracing the
Christian adult mindset, the Christian “word-view” —
in other words, completing a successful Christian adolescence.
Most folk need some encouragement to embrace a life-style
with a set time of rising and rising with a
definite purpose. We need to conquer our laziness and impose
on ourselves a timetable to put ourselves to bed at night at an hour
early enough for rising for a better day on the morrow — the basic
program for reforming dissolute youth in boot camps!
We all need a program of balanced activities: others can
make suggestions, but we must impose it on ourselves. With this is the
good habit of being able to say “NO!” to self — instead of reserving
our ‘no’ for parents and other authorities in life.
What needs doing? “Needs!” We all need to be needed!
There are people everywhere in need of help: friendship, spirituality,
hunger, thirst, clothing, housing, tutoring the young, reading to old
people. There are the Missions crying out for volunteers: the rewards
are out of this world:-
That they cannot repay you means
you are blessed, because recompense will be made to you when the dead
rise again. Luke 14:14
Family Life International and Parish Conferences of St
Vincent de Paul need helpers.
Our world is diving deeper into a
gutter,: we can turn it back to the Light, Life and Love of God.
THE CANCER OF SELF-PITY
An ADOLESCENT needs friends of his own sex to
talk to. It’s not homosexual to have non-sexual same-sex friendships —
it’s an extension of siblings.
Non-sexual opposite sex friendships are
essential too — better in company, not pairing off or dating before
they’ve grown in self-control and self-forgetfulness in a group of
young men and women. And tactful chaperoning is more necessary than
The greatest therapy is simply talking with ordinary people: only severe
cases need a psychologist. Talking keeps us going through the purple
patches of life. Good friends can lift us out of ourselves and reduce
depression, folly and self-pity.
It’s good for youth to blow their minds in sport, and not
just watching it. There’s “healing in the bush”, growing in virtues
through camping and bushwalks.
Responsibility breeds maturity. But much money, gadgets,
luxury, idleness, often breed spiritual poverty:-
But Jeshunin (i.e. Israel, the
Chosen People) waxed fat, and kicked; then he forsook God who made him,
and scoffed at the Rock of his salvation.
Many youngsters suffer an “involutional regression”.
Instead of spiralling upward and outward to manhood and womanhood, they
spiral inwards and down, back into childish
immaturities. On life’s freeway they’re “going the wrong way”, or like
a whirlpool plunging into its own gloomy depths.
They need extra help, as also do those who missed out on
the pre-adolescent stage of “adult childhood” (.Handouts n.
132), for it’s tough facing up to that personal effort required to
conquer self, selfishness, sin and Satan. Though they must do
it themselves, they can be helped.
It is highly desirable to spiral upwards and
outwards — going clockwise, too — heading for maturity,
adulthood, marriage and parenthood.
MANHOOD, WOMANHOOD, SAINTHOOD
An eager adolescent keeps aflame his faith, hope and
charity, despite stumbling and rekindlings. Confusion, uncertainty,
gloom and darkness of the tunnel-syndrome in adolescence are a training
course for young adults to emerge into the light of day.
After more or less completing the adventure of
adolescence, getting married is an entry into a
greater adventure, as also are priesthood and Religious
There is also the single state of secular life lay
apostles as unmarried men or women who sublimate their natural
appetites in spiritual counterparts.
The culmination of all four holy states of life is in
fatherhood and motherhood, or exercising spiritual parenthood in the
priesthood or as Religious.
The celibate priest, of course, is spiritually married to
the Church and like Our Lord, the Bridegroom.
THE CHURCH, its beliefs and practices and
personnel, are a puzzle to unbelievers. For many, God and our souls are
unscientific superstition; marriage is out-of-date; free will is humbug
for determinism; and life is an unsolvable riddle:-
Since man by evolution, descending
from the ape,
Acquired what may perhaps be
A more developed shape,
No fouler superstition,
No loathlier pretence,
Has dogged him than the vain
That he was talking sense.
Pi in the Highby Dr E.L. Mascall 1959
At times, non-believer brand us
Christians as dupes or hypocrites. Yet belief in God is far
more scientific than believing that chaos and chance produced
They are baffled by the Church’s world-wide spread and
continuity across twenty centuries (see Handouts n. 64), with
a multitude of priests and lay faithful, detailed doctrines and moral
prescriptions, its rituals and ceremonies, and subsidiary institutions
like universities and schools, hospitals, lots of buildings and real
estate. They reduce the Church to what they see, its present personnel
of hierarchy, laity and buildings, with no idea of their transcendent
union with the 1st century Church of the Apostles with most members in
The incomprehension is due to:
* ignorance, from years of Godless
* falsehoods and concealments by
The atheists firmly accept the witness of social and mass
media that the Church is a fraudulent institution of dupes and
child-abusers. The media highlight any wickedness and are
deceitfully silent on the Church’s vast activity to the contrary.
Our failures and traitors do not represent us or what we
believe and achieve, no more than Jesus was a failure because of Judas
Iscariot and his ilk down the centuries.
Catholic school products of the past 45 years, often lost
in fads and fashions, often swallow most of the falsification.
Behaviour is purposive. Those who “go with the flow” fail
to see that evolution is a quasi-religion. It’s blind faith in chaos.
It’s unscientific and intellectual suicide for daily living.
Ironically, their chaotic thinking mirrors the evolution they espouse —
it’s mental chaos produced by faith in chaos.
THE REAL CHURCH
The Church’s purpose is to populate Heaven with saints, to
turn sinners into saints. Likewise the purpose of marriage is to
populate Heaven with saints. Husbands & wives sanctify each other,
and together sanctify their children. (CCC n. 1534).
Personal freedom is fundamental for a free society. As
well as intellectual power, we have the power to choose the moral or
immoral, our “will power”.
The God-given powers of intellect and will interact as
conscience, a moral consciousness, freedom, the “still, small voice” of
God which Elijah heard in the cave on Mt Horeb in the Sinai Range (1Kings 19:12 kj &rsv only).
THOSE SHADES OF GREY
MANY THINGS in life really are
shades of grey — and many things are not.
Moreover, there would be no shades of grey if there were
nothing black and white.
Talk of “shades of grey” can be a deceit, depending on the
topic. Beware of it in moral matters like “pastoral solutions” for
divorce and remarriage which negate Our Lord (Handoutsn. 138,
Shades of grey can get you out of anything! If everything
were shades of grey, martyrdom would be foolishness. If there’s nothing
worth dying for, life is not worth living. It is the promoter's of
“shades of grey” who reject Veritatis Splendor, the encyclical
of St John Paul II on morality.
There are no shades of grey in Our Lord’s words recorded
in the Gospels. Claims made for “Shades of grey” can be a ploy to evade
Are tribunals for Anti-discrimination and Equal
Opportunity set up deliberately to promote immorality like homosexual
acts and gender mainstreaming? The latter means that there is no
difference between male and female, so it is now politically incorrect to
ask if a new baby is a boy or a girl. Also, the baby can be registered
without its sex being stated — which itself is an admission there is a
Sensitivity is a refinements of
charity to others. Men, even priests sometimes, could improve a deal.
Sensitivity Training is practical psychology. It should
make a student more sensitive, like Christian formation as a school of
charity, life in the Spirit.
Boys & girls should be brought up to be considerate,
that is, to be sensitive to the feelings of other.
For better or for worse, they will imitate the mutual
sensitivity they see between their fathers and mothers — or the lack of
it. They will also copy even unconsciously how their fathers and
mothers treat people outside the family.
In practice, sensitivity training is often caught up in
the ego-philosophy, in Godless self-centredness:
* increased sensitivity towards
* lower sensitivity to the
feelings of others.
Another half-truth is the term “self-esteem”. It used to
mean self-respect since we are made in the image of God. That aspect is
good and true.
There is a false aspect, whether intended or not:
self-esteem becomes a lying lure for self-worship. It can become the
road to suicide, says its original promoter, William Coulson. See the
(23-1-95 & 144 (10-1-96), andHandoutsnn. 59 (23-12-2008) and 89 (8-10-2013): copies posted on
No Conscience and no Commandments?
No virtuous Life!
Without a moral Compass and a moral Map, where am
I? I am LOST !
ATHEIST DOES (1) NOT BELIEVE IN GOD
He might say he believes in nothing. And he is proud of
it. Yet he certainly believes in himself, and probably in organic
evolution — especially a militant atheist, a relativist, a
deconstructionist. And yet:-
The fool has said in his heart, there is no God.
Psalm 14 [ 13]:
The atheist ignores the facts:-
Scientists firmly believe in unseen realities, from
electrons to gravity. God-fearing men believe in the unseen Being Who
is the reason for it all. Science finds “how it works”, religion
(2) NOR IN CONSCIENCE
Conscience requires us, including
atheists, to discern right from wrong, to choose the good and avoid
Rejection of conscience leaves him defenceless against
Satan. Then Satan can directly tempt him to sin by the World,
the Flesh and Devilish Pride.
Or Satan can use trickery with less direct lures. He
distracts us all from thoughts of growing in virtue, so we slither
backwards downhill towards vice.
Another indirect bait is to emphasize one virtue to the
neglect of others. For example, to claim faith and forget charity. Or
to claim philanthropy is the only real practice of religion and forget
(or even deride) its essential foundations in faith.
NOR IN THE TEN COMMANDMENTS
“Commandments are an outdated
superstition of ‘a backward tribe’ of Hebrews” — it sounds racist!
The atheist ignores the facts:-
Our freedoms in Australian democracy come from Ten
Commandments of rights and duties, the Manufacturer’s Instructions. Our
laws are based on them.
While he rejects the Sermon on the Mount against adultery
and lust, he likes the Golden Rule:-
So whatever you wish that men would do to you, do so to
them; for this is the law and the prophets.
Matthew 7:12 and other texts like 19:19; 22:39
Note the logical order in the Ten: CFCDE pp. 102-103
The Ten Commandment (called Ten Words Exodus 34:28
The Eight Beatitudes (begin the Sermon on the Mount
1. God (full text of Commandments: Exodus 20:1-17; Deut.
1. Humble before Creator — Matthew 5:3
2. Name (see Holy Name Pledge in CFC DE p. 97)
2. Mourn for sins — all sins dishonours the Name of God
3. Day for worship and rest from work
3. Meekly adore God on Sundays and rest from work
4. Honour parents (thereby learn rights & duties hi
4. Hunger for righteousness — for virtues and holiness
5. No murder
5. Merciful — it’s compulsory: cf. James 2:13
6. No adultery
6. Pure in heart — something more than chastity
7. No stealing
7. Peacemakers — bringing out the best hi others
8. No lying
8. Persecuted for true beliefs; also 7. Peacemakers
9. No lust (Hammurabi’s Code lucked morality of thoughts)
6. Pure hi heart — cf. Matthew 5:28
10. No greed (ditto: only the Hebrews had Commandments
7. Peacemakers — links with a right intention or
TO LIVE A GODLY LIFE
we need Conscience
as a Moral Compass, and the Ten Commandments
as a Map for virtuous living:- Conscience is the
well-formed interplay of mind & will, and neither lax nor
scrupulous, but sensitive. Like bodily muscles, it gets better if often
Conscience needs clear knowledge of good and evil to
assess personal situations. Animals have instinct & conditioning
but not conscience or commandments.
of compass and map:-
Proper formation of a conscience is akin to tuning a
compass reading; other-wise conscience and compass lack accuracy and
can be deceptive:-
A Compass is a magnetized needle, with NSEW marked to give
magnetic directions; adjusted for
1. geographical variation from true north,
2. deviation from bias near the compass (e.g. iron objects);
3. and junking bearings taken near magnetic islands.
A Map requires essential items:-
its name, to ensure it’s the relevant map;
north, marked to match it with the landscape; the scale,
for working out distances;
a ‘legend’ to read the icons for roads & rivers etc.
Usually a compass and a map need
each other, and so do conscience and Commandments of natural morality.
Applying the parable of compass and map:-
Commandments from God are natural moral laws knowable from
human reason when free from bias, and reinforced by God’s revelation in
both OT and NT. and overriding any government laws to the contrary:-
We must obey God rather than men.
Conscience, the interaction of mind and will, can’t change
true and false, or good and evil. Therefore it can’t modify the Ten
Commandments to suit a whim, no more than a compass can rewrite a map.
for a good conscience
Give thy servant therefore an
understanding heart... to discern between good and evil...
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