Saturday, August 28, 2010


The webmaster is hard at work trying to get Joomla!, the system used for the site, to figure out the problem, but so far it appears they have not gotten back to him.

I will keep everyone posted.

To say I am stressed and confused these days, as are hundreds of priests who get summoned, accused of something and not given any rights or process, would be the classic understatement.

I mentioned I love the title of Our Lady Undoer of Knots and a dear friend sent this prayer, which I pray through the intercession of Our Blessed Mother:

Dear God:

Please untie the knots that are in my mind, my heart and my life.

Remove the have nots, may nots, might nots that may find a home in my heart.

Release me from the could nots, would nots and should nots that obstruct my life.

And most of all, Dear God, I ask that you remover from my mind, my heart and all my life all of the ‘am nots’ that I have allowed to hold me back, especially the thought that I am not good enough. Amen.

Prayer to the Virgin Mary as Untier of Knots:

Holy Mary, full of the presence of God during your life you accepted with great humility the Holy Will of the Father and the legacy of your Son Our Lord Jesus Christ.

Evil never dared to entangle you with its confusion. Since then you have interceded for all of our difficulties. With all simplicity and patience you have given us example on how to untangle the knots in our complicated lives. By being our Mother forever, you arrange and make clear the path that unites us to Our Lord. Holy Mary, Mother of God and ours, with your maternal heart untie the knots that upset our lives. We ask you to receive in your hands ( mention who or prayer request) and deliver us from the chains and confusions that have us restrained. Blessed Virgin Mary, through your grace, your intercession and by your example, deliver us from evil and untie the knots that keep us from uniting with God, so that once free of every confusion and error, we may find Him in all things, have Him in our hearts and serve him always in our brothers and sisters. Mother of Good Counsel pray for us . Amen

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