“Each year, on the occasion of Lent, the Church invites us to a sincere review of our life in light of the teachings of the Gospel.”  Pope Benedict XVI


The Passion of Christ encloses all the remedies needed for humanity.

I was thinking about the Passion of my sweet Jesus, and upon coming, He told me:

“My daughter, every time the soul thinks about my Passion, remembers what I suffered, or feels compassionately, she renews the application of my pains within herself. My Blood rises to inundate her, and my wounds place themselves on the path to heal her if she is wounded, or to embellish her if she is healthy and all my merits, to enrich her. The trade that she does is surprising: it is as though the soul were putting into the bank everything that I did and suffered and were receiving in return as twice as much. In fact, everything I did and suffered is in continuous act of giving itself to man, just as the sun is in continuous act of giving light and heat to the earth. My work is not subject to exhaustion; is enough if the soul just wants it so, and as many times as she wants it, she receives the fruit of my Life. So, if she remembers my Passion twenty, a hundred, a thousand times, so many more times will she enjoy the effects of my Passion. But how few are those who make a treasure of it! Still with all the good of my Passion, one can see souls who are weak, blind, deaf, mute, crippled living cadavers, such as to be disgusting. This is because my Passion is put into oblivion.

My pains, my wounds, my Blood are strength which removes weaknesses, light which gives sight to the blind, tongue which loosens tongues and opens the hearing, way which straightens the crippled, life which raises the cadavers...

All the remedies needed for the whole of humanity are in my Life and Passion. But the creature despises the medicine and does not care about the remedies; and so one can see, in spite of all my Redemption, the state of man perishing, as though affected by an incurable consumption.

But that which grieves Me the most is to see religious people who tire themselves out in order to acquire doctrines, speculations, stories but about my Passion, nothing. So, many times my Passion is banished from churches, from the mouths of priests; therefore, their speech is without light, and the peoples remain more starved than before.”

Luisa Piccarreta    October, 21 1921    Volume 13


Names of the priests from left to right: 

Fr. Alfred Cioffi; Fr. Carlos Massieu;

Fr. Richard Cortese; Fr. John Brown;

Fr. Julio Rivero, tor; Fr. Robert Young, ofm;

Fr. Paul Guthrie, ofm; Fr. Dave Leon;

Bishop Pearse Lacey; Fr. Paul Casullo;

Fr. Larry Shinnick; Fr. Pedro Rubio, hdv;

Fr. Ed Fisher; Fr. Augustine Davis, osb;

and Fr. Vincent Clemente.

We have chosen on the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, to bring you our new website dedicated to all Priests, and entrusted to the maternal love of Mary Queen of the Divine Will,

Mother of Jesus Christ the High Priest, and of all Priests, with the occasion of His Holiness Pope Benedict XVI, having proclaimed a Jubilee Year for Priests, on the 150th anniversary of the “dies natalis” of St. John M. Vianney.

Our purpose is to invite all priests to grow in unity with the Father, through the Son, in the Holy Spirit by means of a greater knowledge of the priesthood that Jesus has participated to us and of his priesthood life, lived in the Divine Will.  With the help of the Sacred Scriptures, Tradition and Magisterium of the Church and the life and writings of the Servant of God, Luisa Piccarreta.  All for the Glory of the Father, our total transformation in him and the establishment of the Kingdom.               

Divine Will Conference - Corato, Italy - June 2010

The Servant of God

   Luisa Piccarreta

        1865 -1947