THE DIVINE WILL

HOW TO LIVE IN IT ACCORDING TO THE WRITINGS OF
lUISA PICCARRETA,
SERVANT OF GOD


The Study Group
St. Hannibal di Francia

presents


THE DIVINE WILL IN A

13 MIN NUTSHELL


Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D


Graduate pontifical University Gregoriana/Rome


Fr. Dr. Joeseph Iannuzzi

presents


- First Chrstians

- Adams knowledge

- Souls in purgatory offer sufferings

- Chastisements and distractions

- Mass and Divine Will,

- Purgatory and Divine Will,

- Gift of the Divine Will on loan,

- Receiving the Gift, Vol 12, Vol 19,

- Vol 30. Dec 26, 1931 etc

- Jesus experiencing what we experience?

- Disturbances and the Divine Will.

- Privation and desolation are the same?

- The Pope and the Divine Will

- Reading all the volumes?

- Growing in the Divine Will on earth and in heaven

- Being restless

- Helping souls in the purgatory

- Come back to the Divine Will after mortal sin

- Gods presence and multilocation

- Using past suffering and apply it souls in purgatory

- Priests who oppose the Divine Will

- Felix culpa?! vol 14. Feb 6. 1922

- Would Christ have come without original sin

- first sects in Christianity, ex. Gnostics

- Proper Catholic Perspectives ltdw.org ( Die Lehren von Luisa Piccarreta aus katholischer Perspektive - www.fiatsupremum.com )

Gospel

Luke 14:26-33, Part IV

26 “Whoever comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters, yes, and even life itself, cannot be my disciple. 27 Whoever does not carry the cross and follow me cannot be my disciple. 28 For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not first sit down and estimate the cost, to see whether he has enough to complete it? 29 Otherwise, when he has laid a foundation and is not able to finish, all who see it will begin to ridicule him, 30 saying, ‘This fellow began to build and was not able to finish.’ 31 Or what king, going out to wage war against another king, will not sit down first and consider whether he is able with ten thousand to oppose the one who comes against him with twenty thousand? 32 If he cannot, then, while the other is still far away, he sends a delegation and asks for the terms of peace. 33 So therefore, none of you can become my disciple if you do not give up all your possessions.

 


 



 


 


 


Catena Aurea - St. Thomas Aquinas. A continuous commentary on the four Gospels, consisting exclusively of the passages of the ecclesiastical writers and Fathers of the Church. 

THEOPHYLACT. For we ought not to lay a foundation, i. e. begin to follow Christ, and not bring the work to an end, as those of whom St. John writes, That many of his disciples went backward. (John 6:66.) Or by the foundation understand the word of teaching, as for instance concerning abstinence. There is need therefore of the above-mentioned foundation, that the building up of our works be established, a tower of strength from the face of the enemy. (Ps. 61:3.) Otherwise, man is laughed at by those who see him, men as well as devils.
GREGORY. (ubi sup.) For when occupied in good works, unless we watch carefully against the evil spirits, we find those our mockers who are persuading us to evil. But another comparison is added proceeding from the less to the greater, in order that from the least things the greatest may be estimated. For it follows, Or what king, going to make war against another king, sitteth not down first, and consultelh whether he be able with ten thousand to meet him that cometh against him with twenty thousand?
CYRIL OF ALEXANDRIA. For we fight against spiritual wickedness in high places; (Eph. 6:12.) but there presses upon us a multitude also of other enemies, fleshly lust, the law of sin raging in our members, and various passions, that is, a dreadful multitude of enemies.
AUGUSTINE. Or the ten thousand of him who is going to fight with the king who has twenty, signify the simplicity of the Christian about to contend with the subtlety of the devil.
THEOPHYLACT. The king is sin reigning in our mortal body; (Rom. 6:12.) but our understanding also was created king. If then he wishes to fight against sin, let him consider with his whole mind. For the devils are the satellites of sin, which being twenty thousand, seem to surpass in number our ten thousand, because that being spiritual compared to us who are corporeal, they are come to have much greater strength.
AUGUSTINE. (ut sup.) But as with respect to the unfinished tower, he alarms us by the reproaches of those who say, The man began to build, and was not able to finish, so with regard to the king with whom the battle was to be, he reproved even peace, adding, Or else, while the other is yet a great way off, he sendeth an ambassage, and desireth conditions of peace; signifying that those also who forsake all they possess cannot endure from the devil the threats of even coming temptations, and make peace with him by consenting unto him to commit sin.
GREGORY. (in Hom. ut sup.) Or else, in that awful trial we come not to the judgment a match for our king, for ten thousand are against twenty thousand, two against one. He comes with a double army against a single. For while we are scarcely prepared in deeds only, he sifts us at once both in thought and deed. While then he is yet afar off, who though still present in judgment, is not seen, let us send him an embassy, our tears, our works of mercy, the propitiatory victim. This is our message which appeases the coming king. 

From the writings of Luisa Piccarreta


Vol. 23, October 10, 1927

Instead of stripping, my Divine Fiat fills the soul up to the brim with Its goods; It gives her dominion over herself, It converts passions into virtues, weaknesses into divine strength. It gives innumerable joys and happinesses, It gives by grace that which It is by nature – firmness, perennial unshakeability. The exile is for one who is tyrannized by passions, without dominion over himself, without being able to move around within his God; and if he thinks of some good, it is mixed with and surrounded by darkness. So, the virtues of the poor exiled one are strained, inconstant; he is a slave to his own miseries, and this renders him unhappy. All the opposite for one who lives in my Divine Will. Nor would I have tolerated keeping you alive for so long knowing that you were in exile; your Jesus loves you too much - how could He have borne keeping you exiled? And if I tolerate, it is because I know that, as little daughter of my Will, my Will keeps you not in the conditions of exile, but in Its own properties, in Its light - free and dominating, with the only purpose of forming Its Kingdom within yourself and of impetrating It for the human family. And you should be happy about this, knowing that all the desires, the yearnings, the sighs of your Jesus are for the Kingdom of my Will upon earth; my complete glory I expect from the Fiat Voluntas Tua on earth as It is in Heaven.”









Gospel

Luke 14:25-33, Part V

The Cost of Being a Disciple

25 Large crowds were traveling with Jesus, and turning to them he said: 26 “If anyone comes to me and does not hate father and mother, wife and children, brothers and sisters—yes, even their own life—such a person cannot be my disciple. 27 And whoever does not carry their cross and follow me cannot be my disciple.
28 “Suppose one of you wants to build a tower. Won’t you first sit down and estimate the cost to see if you have enough money to complete it? 29 For if you lay the foundation and are not able to finish it, everyone who sees it will ridicule you, 30 saying, ‘This person began to build and wasn’t able to finish.’
31 “Or suppose a king is about to go to war against another king. Won’t he first sit down and consider whether he is able with ten thousand men to oppose the one coming against him with twenty thousand? 32 If he is not able, he will send a delegation while the other is still a long way off and will ask for terms of peace. 33 In the same way, those of you who do not give up everything you have cannot be my disciples.
 





 

Catena Aurea - St. Thomas Aquinas. A continuous commentary on the four Gospels, consisting exclusively of the passages of the ecclesiastical writers and Fathers of the Church. 

BEDE. He had said above that the tower of virtue was not only to be begun, but also to be completed, and to this belongs the following, Salt is good. It is a good thing to season the secrets of the heart with the salt of spiritual wisdom, nay with the Apostles to become the salt of the earth. (Matt. 5:14.) For salt in substance consists of water and air, having a slight mixture of earth, but it dries up the fluent nature of corrupt bodies so as to preserve them from decay. Fitly then He compares His disciples to salt, inasmuch as they are regenerated by water and the Spirit; and as living altogether spiritually and not according to the flesh, they after the manner of salt change the corrupt life of men who live on the earth, and by their own virtuous lives delight and season their followers.

FROM THE WRITINGS OF LUISA PICCARRETA

 Vol. 35, March 30, 1938

You must know that I can repay and I know how to repay even the small sacrifices and attentions - and certainly the big ones. I count everything, and I do not leave even a breath done for Me without reward; even more, if these sacrifices are done for one who loves Me - for one who wants to live in my Will - I feel as if they were done for Myself. So, in order for these sacrifices to be done in my Will, I place in them my divine flavor, so that they may feel the taste and the pleasure in making these sacrifices, and the need for making them - taste and pleasure in sacrifice. They are like the salt and spices for the food, like the grease for the wheels which could barely move, but once the grease has been applied, they can run. The divine taste empties the sacrifice, making it light and pleasant. This is the reason why, in our Love, we created a holy passion, a taste and a pleasure which makes it impossible for Us not to love the creature.

The Hours of the Passion

St. Hannibal of Francia, Luisa’s extraordinary confessor affirms that her method is a “totally new approach,” and she was the first to introduce this way of contemplating the Lord’s passion

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آلام المسيح - The Hours of the Passion in Arabic

St. Hannibal of Francia, Luisa’s extraordinary confessor affirms that her method is a “totally new approach,” and she was the first to introduce this way of contemplating the Lord’s passion

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The Virgin Mary
in the Kingdom
of the Divine Will

In the late 1920s the Virgin Mary appeared frequently Luisa in her little bed and revealed to her the events in her life, - from her Immaculate Conception, up to her physical assumption into heaven. The 36 lessons of the Queen of heaven are given to lead the soul into living continuously in the Divine Will.   Imprimatur

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Spiritual Exercises

on the Divine Will for priests
and deacons
with Fr. Pio Ciampi

Book, Softcover - 106 Pages

Catholic Community Fiat, Totus Tuus
In these spiritual exercises the purpose and meaning of the writings of Luisa Piccarreta are disclosed on the basis of Church teaching, including the testimony of Pope Benedict XVI, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the writings of Saints of the Church, and clarifications by Father Pio M. Ciampi. Luisa's writings describe in an extensive catechesis nothing less than the fulfillment of the Lord's Prayer in our day.


Translation with kind permission of
Fr. Pio Ciampi

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Learn to live in the Divine Will
Radio Maria weekly

This program invites you to explore the outpouring of the gifts of the holy spirit that today more and more people are experiencing. We will explore these spirit’s gifts through spiritual discernment. This discernment is grounded in sacred scripture and the magisterium, and is articulated in the writings of the church’s mystics, in particular those of the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta.

The Gift of Living in the Divine Will

Fr. Joseph Iannuzzi OSJ presents the content of his Church approved work and more


The Hours of the Passion Audio

 

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part I

Study groups

For study material we recommend Questions and answers by
Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D: link
and his church approved
dissertation: link
and prayer group guidelines: link

 download material here: link

About us: Study group St. Hannibal di Francia

As a study group of lay faithful in connection with priests who are spreading the knowledge of the Gift of the Divine Will in Europe and in the world  we are organising retreats, compiling information, and forming studygroups. We are based in Europe/Germany and Austria and we have an international outreach.

Phone: 0049-3212-1275585

The information is grounded on academic research and encounters at retreats.

We are in communion with the catholic church and it's teachings.

All donations are used for the spreading of the Kingdom of the Divine Will.


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Phone: 0049-3212-1275585

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part I-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part II-I

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part II-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part III-I

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part III-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part IV

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part V

Links

Living in the Divine Will, Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D: link
Pius association  Luisa Piccarrreta, Corato, Italy: link
Benedictine monks of the Divinw Will: link
Benedictine daughters of the Divine Will: link 
L'Associazione Privata di Fedeli “Fiat! Totus Tuus:: link
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