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THE CATHOLIC PACIFIC NORTHWEST

A Catholic Christian Millennial Renaissance
Establishing a Christian Culture in the Pacific Northwest
Through God's Divine Grace and Divine Will in the Eternal Light of Jesus Christ:
Divine Love and Divine Mercy of God



The Eternal Light Of Jesus,
Our Lord and Our Savior

Received Through Divine Love and Divine Mercy
God of Light - God of Grace - God of Love - God of Mercy
The King of Judgment And of Eternal Life


The Light Of Truth
Source Of All Life and All Love
Given Through Grace, God's Gift Of Mercy



A Catholic Program In The 21st Century Of The New Millenium
For A Pacific Northwest Temple-Basilica Shrine In God's Divine Grace And Will:
Jesus' Divine Love And Mercy,
A Christian Ecumenical Evangelization With A Call To Greater Holiness And Sanctification
Realized Through Prayer, Intercession, and The Work Of The Holy Spirit -
God Will Provide The Way



As Catholics we believe that the Roman Catholic Church and Catholicism is the truest and fullest expression of Christianity because it best presents and explains Jesus Christ as the fulfillment of all revelation and as the focal point and subject of Judaeo-Christian Theology. Christ is the author and our redemptive subject through all time from the Adam and Eve's original sin and expulsion from the Garden of Eden, through His people and the His covenants, the kings and the Davidic Kingdom, the prophets, to the establishment and developing traditions of Jesus' Church. If best explains the revealing of the Messiah, His crucifixion and resurection, and His abiding presence with us until the end of the time. It best explains God's Plan for Man's Redemption, the reason for our redemptive suffering, and the means He has envoked to bring us back into full relationship with Him as His Children in the Eternal Kingdom.

  A CALL TO HOLINESS AND SAINTLINESS
REVERENCE AND DEVOTION FOR OUR LORD AND SAVIOR

"FATHER . . .    this is eternal life, that they may know you,
the only true God, and Jesus Christ whom you have sent."
"God our Saviour desires all men to be saved and to come to the knowledge of the truth."
"There is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved"
- than the name of JESUS.

  PURPOSES OF WEB SITE:
  1.   Present to the Pacific Northwest community the beauty of the Catholic Christian Faith and by what beliefs, standards and convictions a person of the Catholic Church lives by and for.
  2.   Establishing and Reinforcing Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Eucharistic Sacrament and for Devotion to Divine Mercy to be in all communities of the Pacific Northwest. Encourage a formal Apostles of Divine Mercy program.
  7.   Convert souls through the fullness of faith of the Catholic Church, the Blessed Eucharistic Sacrament and God's Divine Love and Divine Mercy to the glory of God and His kingdom.

Personal Devotion and Mystagogy:
THIS SITE IS FOR PERSONAL USE - - This site is the author's personal Journal for the continuing conversion journey deeper into Catholicism from Protestantism, into the supernatural and mystical, the spiritual. A mystical theology of a personal relationship with Jesus, a deep rich spirituality with God. Through the infusion of the Holy Spirit one may journey deeper and deeper into their soul knowing Jesus. "Come to Me. For I am with you always, unto the end of the world, even unto Eternity."
This is a reference library of Catholic thought and theology set in a Garden oasis, an Eden of devotion and reverence to My Lord and My God, and for Our Lady. Those entering here are welcome to also journey along a personal path of continuing religious and spiritual conversion while witnessing and testifying to God's Divine Love and Mercy, to His Divine and Eternal Wisdom and His Divine Will.
Salvation and redemption is through God's Grace and Mercy Alone, and brought to our understanding through the indwelling Holy Spirit, the Divine Third Person of the Godhead;
Lord Jesus Christ. And He said, "And, who do you say I am?" You are the Son of the Living God, The Divine Second Person in the Trinity.
O Lord, I will worship and adore You in holiness and on bended knee.


O Radiant Dawn, splendor of eternal light, sun of justice: come, shine on those who dwell in darkness and the shadow of death.
Jesus as the sun is one of the many symbols of Him often used in liturgy and Scripture. Jesus serves as the all-illuminating light that sends away all shadows and exposes all to the light of truth. The symbolism of the dawn is that Jesus is coming soon and we should wait expectantly for him.

The great human need is to know who we are,
We gain that knowledge through our spiritual life and devotion to our faith,
We are all on a journey with destination and goal in Jesus Christ,
Our path is to take us through Our Lordís crucifixion, death, resurrection, and ascension to eternal life in Him,
We must always have our eyes, heart, and soul fixed on God through Jesus, providing service to His own in His kingdom as we journey through this life to our goal and destination.





We are a visual people and look to see the beauty in God's presence. When we approach a Cathedral whether from afar or near, we begin to feel and know God's Presence. To see a Catherdral in shimmering white "jewel" light excites us and gives us joyful knowing that we are in the presence of Our Lord. Then, to come onto the Cathedral grounds and enter into His Sanctuary we fall on our knees in praise and in worship of His love and divine mercy. To have this is to have the heritage given us through the Catholic fullness of faith.

We are a sensuous people, looking and listening to see and hear the beauty of Godís in our presence. This we do before allowing ourselves to be embraced and nourished by Our Lordís love. Our churches should be such to excite us and give us joy knowing that we are in the presence of Our Savior. They should be there available in a way to make us want to enter into His Sanctuary and be on our knees in praise and worship of His love, grace, and divine mercy. The interior of our churches should be so furnished and arranged in order to help us respond to this the simplest of knowing and honoring God. Guard against the assaults of modernity attempting to remove the presence of the Divine and the Sacred from our midst. Keep the House of God from becoming the house of the people.

PROLOGUE - IN THE BEGINNING WAS THE WORD
1 IN the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.
2 He was in the beginning with God.
3 All things were made through Him, and without Him nothing was made that was made.
4 In Him was life, and the life was the light of men.
5 And the light shines in the darkness, and the darkness did not comprehend it.
6 There was a man sent from God, whose name was John.
7 This man came for a witness, to bear witness of the Light, that all through him might believe.
8 He was not that Light, but was sent to bear witness of that Light.
9 That was the true Light which gives light to every man coming into the world.
10 He was in the world, and the world was made through Him, and the world did not know Him.
11 He came to His own, and His own did not receive Him.
12 But as many as received Him, to them He gave the right to become children of God, to those who believe in His name:
13 who were born, not of blood, nor of the will of the flesh, nor of the will of man, but of God.
14 And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth.
(The Oldest Genealogy - - John 1:1-5,9-14; John the Baptist - - John 1:6-8)

CATHEDRALS OF CHRIST'S LIGHT - This program pursued in the new Catholic millennium makes a bold statement to our Pacific Northwest parishes and communities of our Lordís presence in our Cathedrals, churches and in our lives. This is accomplished through identifying Catholic cathedrals and churches in the Pacific Northwest in prominent public view 'impact' locations along freeways, in major view corridors, on hills and elevated areas, and in community centers and city squares. The cathedral would be renovated and lighted both on the exterior and in its interior so that it becomes a radiant, shimmering 'beacon' and 'jewel light' to the community. This lighting would include the lighting and enhancement of cathedrals' surrounding grounds to make it a show place where people want to come and to stay bathed in this Light of our Christ.
Also encouraged would be the same lighting of all Catholic churches as well as churches of other denominations.





MISSION:
"Establishing and Regenerating the Divine and Sacredness of Catholic Tradition and Heritage in the Pacific Northwest;
Revitalizing the Moral Absolutes of Catholic Christian Culture in the Community;
Renovating and Renewing Cathedrals and Churches of the Pacific Northwest to Radiate Christ's Divine Light and Establishing and Reinforcing Perpetual Adoration of the Blessed Eucharistic Sacrament;
and Constructing a Basilica of the Pacific Northwest - a Temple and Shrine of the Blessed Sacrament and of Jesus Divine Mercy."

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Dedicated to the Diocesan Bishop, the Papacy, and the Historical Roman Catholic Church, and
Apostolic Devotion to Adoration of the Eucharistic Sacrament and the Divine Mercy of Jesus Christ;
Through Witness and Testimony of a Former Methodist-Evangelical Recently Converted to Catholicism,
Having Belief in God's Saving Grace, in the Lordship of Jesus Christ, and in The One, Holy, Catholic, and Apostolic Church

Acknowledgment and Appreciation In the name of Our Lord, Our Lady, Our Holy Church:
Thanks and appreciation is given to all sites on the Internet and to other sources
for their contributions and their dedication to spreading Our Lord's, Our Blessed Mother's, and Our Church's message.

All the information on this site is faithful to the Magesterium and Traditions of the Roman Catholic Faith.
This site is presented with the intent as stated in the Mission Statement above;
It is not intended as criticism of anyone especially the Catholic Church, the Church hierachy, or the Catholic Tradition.

Where criticism is directed, when it is, is at the secular world of the last century, and at the secular cults it bore:
Those of science and technology, ecology and evolution, sports and entertainment, commercialism and money, and human secularism and cultural socialism.
Those who might be the offended are those having a liberal bent and those wanting to modernize the Church and rid our faith of the Divine Jesus and the symbologies that enforce and reenforce our faith and love for God, His Christ, the Blessed Mother Mary, all the Angels and Saints, the Sacraments of the Church, the very Church as the one, true, Catholic, and apostolic historical Church.

Created: 4/22/2000 - - - Modified: 12/16/2003

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