As we quickly approach the 5th anniversary of Eileen’s passing in a little less than three years, we need to get everything in order for the possibility of opening her cause for canonization. Along with this, she will need miracles. These need to be medically verified miracles that cannot be refuted. If you have friends or a loved one who has a medical illness that is beyond the capabilities of science, gather a group of people and ask them to pray solely to Eileen. If something happens, get documentation from the medical professionals in charge of the case and forward it all with written and notarized.
Now, I have an important favor to ask you. There are two priests who have incurable diseases that are beyond the help of science. If God does not intervene, they will die.
Fr. Dana Christensen (34) was diagnosed with ALS back in November Fr. John Stone Melnick is diagnosed with Pulmonary Fibrosis.
Both of these men are very good priest. We are in desperate need of good priests today. They accept their suffering as a sacrifice to God. But, Eileen also needs miracles. I ask you to join me in pleading with her to send some flowers from her field in the kingdom. If you are willing, please do the following.
It was Mothers Day, May 14, 2017 that Eileen left us all. So hard to believe that 3 years have already passed.
“Hi, my Father. Of course I’m happy. I love to be here and I’m happy because I’m here. I’d love to be here permanently….. I’m not boing to talk about that now….. Loads of stuff. We’ve been walking g through the water….. Do You like Jesus’ crown? I made it for Him out of flowers, my Father. Butchie gave flowers to me and we stuck them in the tree and the tree just seems to love to hold them. It’s going to take care of them for me until I come forever…..
You will? You will give me a whole field of flowers. For me?….. You will allow me to pick them and throw them to earth. Won’d they die when they are out of my valley?….. You mean when I throw them they will turn into graces and blessings, the whole file full, Father? I be my friends will love that. We need many blessings, Father. I’m glad You’re going to turn them into blessings. They wouldn’t know the color of these flowers. But a whole field full, Father, and more so?….. The moment I breathe my last breath. I wish we could do it now. Maybe we could change everybody, including myself. I don’t know how You think of these beautiful things, Father. I couldn’t think of them in a million years….. A field full of flowers will be picked and sent to earth to all the people. …”
During this difficult time, I thought it would be helpful for everyone to listen to one of Eileen’s talks. She gave all of us a lot of inspiration and encouragement through the years. Today, I post one of Eileen’s talks on Palm Sunday & Holy Week, St. John’s Church – Worcester, MA March 28, 2010. Enjoy, and please share this page with your family and friends.
We are living through one of the greatest trials that any of us can remember. In the past few weeks all of our lives have changed dramatically. And we do not yet know when they will return to a somewhat normal routine. In order to protect you from the possibility of infection, we are temporarily making our newsletter completely digital. Our next, or first digital addition will be available shortly.
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Now for the most important matters. Use this opportunity to enter into deeper union with our Lord Jesus Christ. Set aside space in your schedule each day for prayer, meditation on Sacred Scripture, and reading a good Catholic book. Be sure to find an online source to view the Mass. My stream can be found here. Daily, I stream the Mass at least once and some time of Adoration of the Blessed Sacrament.
Remember to prayer your Prayer for the Intercession of Eileen George. I am sure that Eileen is now praying for each one of us and assisting us in ways that on the Father knows.
Let us pray for one another, and stay safe by following the advice of your local officials.
This Sunday is our Bi-Annual Memorial Mass at St. John’s Church in Worcester, MA. We are pleased to have Bishop Joseph Pepe as our celebrant and homilist. Bishop Pepe was a fellow retreatant at many of Eileen’s Priests Retreats. He is a native of Philadelphia, PA where the Bishop met Eileen. Bishop Pepe is the Bishop Emeritus of the Diocese of Las Vegas, NV. The Bishop is a good friend and advisor of Meet-the-Father Ministry, and we are honored to have the Bishop with us for this Memorial Mass.