Sauniuniga mo le Vaitau o le Filemu

Ata na pueina e Michał Maksymilian Gwozdek

 

E tatau i tagata ona vaavaai mo le filemu o Keriso i le Malo o Keriso.
—POPE PIUS XI, Faataga Primas, n. 1; Tesema 11th, 1925

Maria Paia, Tina o le Atua, lo matou Tina,
aʻoaʻo mai ia matou talitonu, ia faʻamoemoe, ia alofa atu ma oe.
Faasino mai le ala i lona Malo!
Fetu o le sami, susulu mai ia i matou ma taitai i matou i lo matou ala!
—POPE FAAMATALAGA XVI, Fetalai Salvil. 50

 

MEA taua o le "Era o le Filemu" o le a sau i tua atu o nei aso o le pogisa? Aisea na fai mai ai le faifeʻau pope mo pope e lima, e aofia ai St. John Paul II, o le a avea ma "vavega silisili i le tala faasolopito o le lalolagi, lona lua i le Toetu?"[1]O Katinale Mario Luigi Ciappi o le pope theologian mo Pius XII, John XXIII, Paul VI, John Paul I, ma St. John Paul II; mai Aiga Catechism, (Setema 9th, 1993), i. 35 Aisea na fai atu ai le Lagi ia Elizabeth Kindelmann o Hanikeri…

… O le Agaga o le Penetekoso o le a lolovaia le lalolagi i lona mana ma o se vavega tele o le a tosina mai i ai tagata uma. O le aafiaga lea o le alofa tunoa o le Afi o le Alofa… o Iesu Keriso lava ia… e leʻi tupu se mea faʻapenei talu ona liutino le Upu. O le tauaso o Satani o lona uiga o le manumalo aoao o loʻu Loto paia, o le faʻasaʻolotoga o agaga, ma le tatalaina o le ala i le faʻaolaina i lona atoaga. —Iesu ia Elizabeth Kindelmann, O Le Malamalama o Alofa, i. 61, 38, 61; 233; mai le tusi faʻamaumau a Elizabeth Kindelmann; 1962; Imprimatur Archb Bishop Charles Chaput

O nei mea uma e foliga mai e matua uiga ese, taua tele. Ma o le a faia, aua o le mea o le a faia e le Atua o le a, mulimuli ane, aumaia le faʻataunuʻuina o upu sa tatou tatalo mo le 2000 tausaga:

Thy Kingdom come, Thy will be done on earth as it is in Heaven. (Matt 6:10)

When Jesus says that this will open “the way to salvation to its fullest extent,” He means that a new grace is coming, a final “meaalofa” to the Church in order to sanctify and prepare her pei o se Faʻaipoipo for the final coming of the Groom at the end of time. What is this meaalofa? It is the Kingdom of the Divine Will or “Meaalofa o le ola ai i le Finagalo Paia. "

Ua e vaʻai i le mea e ola ai i Loʻu Loto? le sili ona matagofie ma sili ona pupula i totonu o isi paʻia uma, ma o le a avea ma pale ma faʻamaeʻaina o isi uma tapu. - Auauna a le Atua Luisa Picarretta, O Le Meaalofa o le Ola i le Finagalo Paia, Rev. Joseph Iannuzzi; n 4.1.2.1.1 A

A o ou tusia i Faʻamaoni Moni, this is much more than simply faia God’s will, but actually uniting to it and umiaina it as one loto nofotoatasi, thus regaining the rights of divine sonship that were lost in the Garden of Eden. These include the “preternatural” gifts once enjoyed by Adam and Eve. 

Our first parents’ “rightful claims”… include, but are not limited to the preternatural gifts of immortality, infused knowledge, immunity from concupiscence and their mastery over all creation. Indeed, after Original Sin, Adam and Eve who enjoyed the rightful claims of kingship and queenship over all creation, lost this rightful claim, whence creation turned against them. —Faaa. Joseph Iannuzzi, faifeau, Le taupou Maria i le Malo o le Finagalo Mamalu, footnote n. 33 in Tusi Tatalo o le Finagalo Paia, i. 105

In the 36 volumes that Jesus and Our Lady dictated to Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta,[2]vaʻai I luga Luisa ma ana tusitusiga they repeatedly explain how the restoration of the Divine Will in man will be the pinnacle of salvation history. Jesus is almost beside Himself in anticipation of this final crowning, which is the glory of His Passion.

I le Foafoaga, O laʻu mea sili o le fausiaina o le Malo o Loʻu Loto i Laʻu foafoaga agaga. O loʻu autu autu o le faia ia taʻitoʻatasi foliga o le Tolutasi Paia e ala i le faʻatinoina o Loʻu Loto ia te ia. Ae o le aveʻesega a le tagata mai Loʻu Loto, na ou leiloa ai Loʻu Malo ia te ia, ma mo le 6000 tausaga umi na ou tau ai. —Mai tusi a Luisa, Vol. XIV, Novema 6, 1922; Au Paia i le Finagalo Paia saunia e Fr. Sergio Pellegrini, faatasi ai ma le faamaoniga a le Archb Bishop o Trani, Giovan Battista Pérsiri, i. 35

So now we come to it: Le fetauiga a malo is underway. But in this darkness, God has given us a Star to follow: Mary, she who literally shows us the path we are to take in order to prepare for the descent of this Kingdom. 

O ia o se Tina ma Faʻataʻitaʻiga e tatau ona vaʻai i ai le Ekalesia ina ia malamalama ai i lona atoaga le uiga o lana ia lava misiona.  —POPE IOANE PAULO II, Redemptoris Mater, l. 37

 

OUR LADY, THE KEY

In the apparitions of Our Lady around the world, she often announces herself under a title such as: “Our Lady Queen of Peace,” “The Immaculate Conception” or “Our Lady of Sorrows”, etc. These are not boasts or mere descriptions: they are prophetic reflections of who and what the Church herself is to become within the boundaries of time.

Among all believers she is like a “mirror” in which are reflected in the most profound and limpid way “the mighty works of God.”  —POPE ST. IOANE PAUL II, Redemptoris Mater, l. 25

A tautalagia se tasi [Maria poʻo le Ekalesia], o le uiga e mafai ona malamalama uma i ai, toetoe lava a aunoa ma le agavaʻa. —Faʻamanuia Isaako o Stella, Liturgi o Itula, Vol. Ou, i. 252

Hence, the Church is going to become Immaculate;[3]cf. Faʻaaliga 19:8 she too is going to become the mother of universal peace; and thus, she too Church must also pass by way of faanoanoaga in order to realize this coming Toetu. In fact, this purity is a necessary precursor in order for the Kingdom of the Divine Will to descend and for Jesus to reign i totonu it, that is, within the Church in a new modality (cf. Rev 20:6). 

E naʻo le agaga mama e mafai ona faʻamalosi e faʻapea: "Ia oo mai lou malo." O se tasi na faʻalogo ia Paulo o fai mai, "O lenei, aua neʻi pule le agasala io outou tino faitino," ma na ia faʻamamāina o ia i gaioiga, mafaufauga ma upu o le a fai atu i le Atua: "Ia oo mai lou malo!"-Catechism o le Katoliko Ekalesia, l. 2819

Our Lady explained to Luisa how she was conceived without sin, but that it was still necessary for her throughout her young life to expand the Kingdom of the Divine Will within in her heart in order to prepare for the descent of Jesus into her womb.[4]ff. Le Suʻega In fact, it was not until the Annunciation that she became aware of the Divine Plan, thus giving her complete “fiat” at that moment.

By living in the Divine Will, I formed the heavens and its Divine Kingdom within my soul. Had I not formed this Kingdom within me, the Word would never have descended from heaven to earth. The only reason He descended was because He was able to descend into his own Kingdom, which the Divine Will had established within me… Indeed, the Word would never have descended into a foreign kingdom – not at all. For this reason he first wanted to form his Kingdom within me, and then descend into it as a conqueror. -Le taupou Maria i le Malo o le Finagalo Mamalu, aso 18

O loʻo i ai le ki to understanding what you and I must do in the days ahead in order to prepare for the coming of Christ to reign within us in this “new and divine holiness." We have to cease giving life to our human will and embrace the Divine Will in all things. Hence, Our Lady becomes the “sign” that has appeared in our times, a “Woman clothed in the sun” of the Divine Will who is thus able to elude the dragon. If we then are to defeat Satan in this hour of apostasy (which is really the futile crowning of the human will), then we must imitate this Woman with all our being.

Do you know what renders us dissimilar? It is your will that robs you of the freshness of grace, of the beauty that enraptures your Creator, of the strength that conquers and endures everything and of the love that impacts everything. In a word, your will is not the Will which animates your Heavenly Mother. I knew my human will only to keep it sacrificed in homage to my Creator. —Our Lady to Luisa, Ibid. Day 1

If we too keep our human will sacrificed, whilst asking each day for God to give us the Gift of Living in the Divine Will, then we will slowly begin to observe how interior discord, restlessness, anxiety, fear, and malaise—in a word, the aafiaga of the human will—begin to melt before the rising Sun within. I can tell you that since I said “yes” to Our Lady over a year ago to live in the Divine Will,[5]vaʻai O Voids o le Alofa she has crushed beneath her heel so much in me that has stolen away peace—even though I am only at the very beginning of this new journey. It has filled me with so much hope. For authentic hope is not whipping oneself into a state of wishful thinking, but is born when one actually exercises faʻatuatua in not only repenting but faia what God asks of him. As Our Lady said to Luisa… 

The light of the sun of the Divine Will that enveloped me was so great that, embellishing and investing my humanity, it continuously produced heavenly flowers in my soul. I felt the heavens lower themselves to me as the earth of my humanity arose within it. So [in me] heaven and earth embraced, were reconciled and exchanged the kiss of peace and love. —Ibid. Day 18

 

TRUE PEACE

Hence, one can better understand now the foundation of the Era of Peace: the reunion of the will of man with the Will of God, to the very ends of the earth. In this Finagalo Nofofuathe fruits of justice and peace will manifest in a way so miraculously as to have not had their equal since the Incarnation and Resurrection of Jesus Himself. 

O iinei na valoia mai ai o lona malo o le a leai ni tapulaʻa, ma o le a faatamaoaigaina i le faamasinoga tonu ma le filemu: “i ona aso e tupu ai le amiotonu, ma le tele o le filemu… Ma o le a pule o ia mai le tasi sami e oo atu i le tasi sami, mai le vaitafe e oʻo atu i le tuluʻiga o le lalolagi ”… A iloa loa e tagata, e le faalauaiteleina pe i le olaga faitele, o Keriso o le Tupu, o le a mulimuli ane maua e tagata le tele o faʻamanuiaga o le saolotoga moni, amio pulea lelei, filemu ma le fealofani… aua ma le salalau ma O le lautele lautele o le malo o Keriso o le a atili ai ona nofouta tagata i le sootaga e fusia faatasi ai i latou, ma o lea e tele feteʻenaʻiga o le a taofia atoa pe o le mea sili o latou oona o le a faʻaitiitia. —POPE PIUS XI, Faataga Primas, n. 8, 19; Tesema 11th, 1925

That “link” is the Divine Will. 

O le filemu e le naʻo le leai o ni taua… O le filemu o le “toafilemu o le filemu.” O le filemu o le galuega o le faʻamasinoga ma le aʻafiaga o le alofa mama.-CCC, l. 2304

… Ua iloa ia Keriso le tulaga saʻo o mea uma, le faatasiga o lagi ma le lalolagi, e pei ona finagalo le Atua le Tama mai le amataga. O le usitaʻi o le Atua le Alo Faʻafouina e toe faʻatuina, toe faʻavae, le mafutaga muamua a le tagata ma le Atua ma, o le mea lea, le filemu i le lalolagi. O lona usiusitaʻi ua toe tuʻu tasi ai mea uma, 'mea i le lagi ma mea i le lalolagi.' —Cardinal Raymond Burke, lauga i Roma; Me 18th, 2018; lifesitnews.com

Fai mai St. Paul, "O mea uma na faia, o loo oi ma o loʻo galue pea e oʻo mai i le taimi nei," o loʻo faʻatali ai le laveaʻiina o taumafaiga a Keriso e toe faʻafoʻi le va fealoaʻi i le va o le Atua ma ana foafoaga. Peitai o le galuega faʻaola a Keriso e leʻi toe faʻaleleia mea uma, ae na faʻafaigofieina le galuega o le faʻaola, na amata ai le tatou togiola. E pei ona tofu sao tagata uma i le le usiusitaʻi o Atamu, e tatau foʻi ona tofu tagata uma ma le usiusitaʻi o Keriso i le finagalo o le Tama. E faʻatoa maeʻa le togiola pe a fefaʻasoaʻi tagata uma i lona usitaʻi… - Auauna a le Atua Fr. Walter Ciszek, Na te Taʻitaʻia aʻu (San Francisco: Ignatius Press, 1995), itulau 116-117

O lo matou faʻamoemoe sili lea ma le matou talosaga, 'Ia oo mai lou malo!' - o se Malo o le filemu, faʻamasinoga ma le toʻafilemu, lea o le a toe faʻatuina ai le uluaʻi fealofani o le foafoaga. —POPE IOANE PAULO II, Tagata Aʻoga lautele, Novema 6, 2002, Zenit

 

 

FAITAU FUAFUAGA

Sauniuni mo le Pule

Le Meaalofa

Le Tama Pele Pele ... Ua Ia Afio Mai!

Pe e afio mai Iesu?

Toe Mafaufau i le Iʻuga taimi

Papa, ma le Dawning Era

Le Afio Mai Le

O Le Toetu o le Ekalesia

Le Afio Mai Fou ma le Paʻia Paia

Le Paia Fou… poʻo le Fouvale Faʻavae Fou?

Faʻamaoni Moni

Le Nofofua Will

Ki i le Fafine

 

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1 O Katinale Mario Luigi Ciappi o le pope theologian mo Pius XII, John XXIII, Paul VI, John Paul I, ma St. John Paul II; mai Aiga Catechism, (Setema 9th, 1993), i. 35
2 vaʻai I luga Luisa ma ana tusitusiga
3 cf. Faʻaaliga 19:8
4 ff. Le Suʻega
5 vaʻai O Voids o le Alofa
lafoina i AIGA, FINAGALO ATUA, O LE TAIMI O LE FILEMU ma pōpō , , , , , , , , .