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2005 05 21 - The Unborn Jesus

Apostolate at the Carmelites'

Eucharistic Congress

The Carmelites held their Eucharistic Congress at their Little Flower Heaven Retirement home in San Diego on May 25th, 2005. For the second consecutive, time the Unborn Jesus Apostolate was invited to participate by setting up an Unborn Jesus Missionary Table and by leading an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour. Sister Mary Katherine first met members of the Unborn Jesus Apostolate at the 2003 Catholic Family Conference in Anaheim, California, while Peter was volunteering at the table. He himself had donated the Child Jesus Banner which was hanging from the front of the table. The Child Jesus in the banner invites people to stop with open arms. Who was to guess that such an act of charity and detachment was going to bring many blessings to the Unborn Jesus Apostolate? The banner called on Sister Mary Katherine’s attention as she approached the Unborn Jesus missionary table. Sister Mary Katherine was so impressed with the Unborn Jesus message, she invited the Unborn Jesus Apostolate to participate for two consecutive occasions at the Carmelites' Eucharistic Congress.
Last year I was pondering on the grace God had conceived to the Unborn Jesus Apostolate as I saw Carmelite nuns worshipping Jesus in the Womb. I wondered of their reaction afterwards. Well, trusting in Jesus, I finish leading the half hour and then asked the group to resume their quiet prayers. I walked out of the chapel with my companions toward the Unborn Jesus table. The main purpose of this trip had been accomplished. This year, the Unborn Jesus Apostolate participated at the congress by setting up its missionary table and by leading an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour. Unborn Jesus members at the Unborn Jesus missionary table promote devotion to the Unborn Child Jesus by inviting the visitors to the table to start an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour at their own parish. Sister Mary Katherine reaffirmed her support for the Unborn Jesus Holy Hour when she invited some of the Carmelite nuns to join us in prayer.
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The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!
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Unborn Jesus

The Great Sign

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2005 05 21 - The Unborn

Jesus Apostolate at the

Carmelites' Eucharistic

Congress

The Carmelites held their Eucharistic Congress at their Little Flower Heaven Retirement home in San Diego on May 25th, 2005. For the second consecutive, time the Unborn Jesus Apostolate was invited to participate by setting up an Unborn Jesus Missionary Table and by leading an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour. Sister Mary Katherine first met members of the Unborn Jesus Apostolate at the 2003 Catholic Family Conference in Anaheim, California, while Peter was volunteering at the table. He himself had donated the Child Jesus Banner which was hanging from the front of the table. The Child Jesus in the banner invites people to stop with open arms. Who was to guess that such an act of charity and detachment was going to bring many blessings to the Unborn Jesus Apostolate? The banner called on Sister Mary Katherine’s attention as she approached the Unborn Jesus missionary table. Sister Mary Katherine was so impressed with the Unborn Jesus message, she invited the Unborn Jesus Apostolate to participate for two consecutive occasions at the Carmelites' Eucharistic Congress.
Last year I was pondering on the grace God had conceived to the Unborn Jesus Apostolate as I saw Carmelite nuns worshipping Jesus in the Womb. I wondered of their reaction afterwards. Well, trusting in Jesus, I finish leading the half hour and then asked the group to resume their quiet prayers. I walked out of the chapel with my companions toward the Unborn Jesus table. The main purpose of this trip had been accomplished. This year, the Unborn Jesus Apostolate participated at the congress by setting up its missionary table and by leading an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour. Unborn Jesus members at the Unborn Jesus missionary table promote devotion to the Unborn Child Jesus by inviting the visitors to the table to start an Unborn Jesus Holy Hour at their own parish. Sister Mary Katherine reaffirmed her support for the Unborn Jesus Holy Hour when she invited some of the Carmelite nuns to join us in prayer.
The Word was made flesh . . .  . . . and dwelt among us!