December 4 -- St. Peter Chrysologus
St. Peter lived and died in Imola, Italy. (406-450) He is a codtor of the Church. His eloquence earned him the title of "Chrysologus" which means golden worded. He was one of the great orators sent by God to write admirable literary works infused with Catholic doctrine to mankind. These were so elevated in content and rich of language that they became lasting treasures for posterity.
At the time, they were indispensable for the nascent Church to grow and flourish.
It is clear that God gives the necessary graces in all historical epochs.
Therefore it is logical to expect that the Church that triumphs after the expected chastisement predicted by Our Lady of Fatima in 1917, will be especially rich with the graces of the past as well as an abundance of the greatest graces ever distributed to mankind. Of course, this would be God's way of honoring His Most Blessed Mother.
We pray to Our Lady, through St. Peter's intercession, for those past graces to return with the highest brilliance for her glory and the glory of Holy Mother Church.
We ask Our Lady to look kindly upon us and to give us the ability to use the "golden words of Truth" to help bring about the establishment of Her glorious Reign, the triumph of Her Immaculate heart that She predicted in Fatima: “Finally, My Immaculate Heart will triumph!”
"The Lord gave the word; great was the company of the preachers." PSALMS 68:11