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Healing process with God

The only \"doctor of the soul \" is God. God is the Almighty, the One who can do anything.  Even the worst sinners can turn to Him without fear, knowing that if their soul will truly be open to repentance, God will wrap them in His mercy, in His forgiveness. Based on these considerations, here we suggest you undertake a journey of spiritual healing where God leads you every step of the way... you just have to follow the footsteps that He leaves in the sand. You will see that your footsteps are not there ... you have not been abandoned ... on the contrary, He holds you in His arms!


The sacrament of reconciliation makes the encounter with God, the Father rich in love and goodness.  It gives the Christian who turns away from Him through sin his dignity back as a child of the Father.

Psalm 51 - The Miserere: Prayer of Repentance

Have mercy on me, God, in your goodness and in your abundant compassion blot out my offence.
Wash away all my guilt; from my sin cleanse me.

For I know my offence; my sin is always before me. Against you alone have I sinned; I have done such evil in your sight that you are just in your sentence, blameless when you condemn.
True, I was born guilty, a sinner, even as my mother conceived me.  Still, you insist on sincerity of heart; in my inner most being teach me wisdom.

Cleanse me with hyssop, that I may be pure; wash me, make me whiter than snow. Let me hear sounds of joy and gladness; let the bones you have crushed rejoice. Turn away your face from my sins; blot out all my guilt.

A clean heart create for me, God; renew in me a steadfast spirit. Do not drive me from your presence, nor take from me your holy spirit. Restore my joy in your salvation; sustain in me a willing spirit.

I will teach the wicked your ways, that sinners may return to you. Rescue me from death, God, my saving God, that my tongue may praise your healing power.
Lord, open my lips; my mouth will proclaim your praise. For you do not desire sacrifice; a burnt offering you would not accept.

My sacrifice, God, is a broken spirit; God, do not spurn a broken, humbled heart.

Psalm 51:3-19


The Holy Sacrifice of the Mass is the unbloody sacrifice of the Body and Blood of Christ. It is substantially the same as the bloody sacrifice of the cross, and was instituted by Our Lord Jesus Christ at the Last Supper on the first Holy Thursday evening, just as He was entering upon His Passion. Then it was that He changed bread and wine into His most holy Body and Blood, and offered them in sacrifice, giving at the same time to His Apostles and their successors the power and the command to continue this sacred action in commemoration of Him to the end of time.

 To know more about the Holy Mass, we suggest you to read the extraordinary testimony of Catalina Rivas on the Holy Mass. You can easily find the text online.


Few people know this beautiful rite of the heart, which not only brings much peace to our unborn child, but also to his mother and father. All the unborn, even though decades have passed since the day that their life in the womb was turned off, wait anxiously for their parents to remind of them, with a prayer and the celebration of a Mass and by giving them a name! Yes, a name! Because if you have a name then you are important, you are officially part of a family. The baptism of desire is expressed internally, with a formula that the Lord himself gave to a humble German woman, the mother of several children.


The eyes of the Lord are on those who fear him, on whose hope is in his unfailing love, to deliver them from death and keep the alive in famine. (Psalm 32, 19).

Recite the Creed (short version)

Aspersion of the 4 cardinal points with holy water

Recite the following:  to all of you who were still born during the day or night, to all of you who were killed in your mother\'s womb during the day or night, or who will be killed, so that you may have eternal life in Jesus Christ

(now the collective baptismal name is given, followed by consecration to Mary, Joseph, John and the Saint of the day),

I baptize you in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the Holy Spirit. Amen

I have called you by name, you are mine (Is 43,1).

O sing unto the LORD a new song; for he hath done marvellous things: (Psalm 98,1).

Alleluia, alleluia, alleluia!

Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory be


Here is a powerful means of spiritual healing for everyone, to use in the silence of your own home, in intimacy with our God of love, peace and mercy. Each meditation has been given by the Lord himself to an Italian mystical soul (religious) in 2008 to rescue his suffering daughters.

You can find the text of this beautiful rosary in our prayer booklet, in the download section.


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