MIŠELOV BRAT UZVRAĆA UDARAC KRISTIJANU! Nakon što je sinoć ŽESTOKO IZVREĐAO Gvozdenovića, oglasila se njegova porodica i uputila BRUTALNE reči! (FOTO)

Nakon što su tokom svih ovih meseci imali dobar i korektan odnos u najgledanijem rijalitiju svih vremena, Kristijan Golubović i Mišel Gvozdenović su u samom finalu rijalitija zaratili.

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Naime, tokom sinoćnjeg ”Pretresa nedelje” sa Milanom Miloševićem, Kristijan je iskoristio priliku da žestoko oplete po Mišelu i izvređa ga, na šta nije ostala imuna ni njegova porodica, a sada se na Instagramu oglasio Mišelov brat, Saša Gvozdenović.


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– Nije bitno šta kaže, već ko kaže… Tako da pozdrav od Gvozdenovića za divnog i pametnog čoveka – napisoa je Mišelov brat poruku za Kristijana uz video gde Golubović vređa njegovog brata, pa dodao i emotikone srednjeg prsta.

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  1. Matthew 6:24-34

    Jesus said to his disciples:
    “No one can serve two masters.
    He will either hate one and love the other,
    or be devoted to one and despise the other.
    You cannot serve God and mammon.

    “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life,
    what you will eat or drink,
    or about your body, what you will wear.
    Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing?
    Look at the birds in the sky;
    they do not sow or reap, they gather nothing into barns,
    yet your heavenly Father feeds them.
    Are not you more important than they?
    Can any of you by worrying add a single moment to your life-span?
    Why are you anxious about clothes?
    Learn from the way the wild flowers grow.
    They do not work or spin.
    But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor
    was clothed like one of them.
    If God so clothes the grass of the field,
    which grows today and is thrown into the oven tomorrow,
    will he not much more provide for you, O you of little faith?
    So do not worry and say, ‘What are we to eat?’
    or ‘What are we to drink?’ or ‘What are we to wear?’
    All these things the pagans seek.
    Your heavenly Father knows that you need them all.

    But seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness,
    and all these things will be given you besides.
    Do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself.
    Sufficient for a day is its own evil.”

    Matthew 6:24-34
    Jesus said to his disciples:
    “No one can serve two masters.
    He will either hate one and love the other,
    or be devoted to one and despise the other.
    You cannot serve God and mammon.
    “Therefore I tell you, do not worry about your life,
    what you will eat or drink,
    or about your body, what you will wear.
    Is not life more than food and the body more than clothing?
    Look at the birds in the sky;
    they do not sow or reap, they gather nothing into barns,
    yet your heavenly Father feeds them.
    Are not you more important than they?
    Can any of you by worrying add a single moment to your life-span?
    Why are you anxious about clothes?
    Learn from the way the wild flowers grow.
    They do not work or spin.
    But I tell you that not even Solomon in all his splendor
    was clothed like one of them.
    If God so clothes the grass of the field,
    which grows today and is thrown into the oven tomorrow,
    will he not much more provide for you, O you of little faith?
    So do not worry and say, ‘What are we to eat?’
    or ‘What are we to drink?’ or ‘What are we to wear?’
    All these things the pagans seek.
    Your heavenly Father knows that you need them all.
    But seek first the Kingdom of God and his righteousness,
    and all these things will be given you besides.
    Do not worry about tomorrow; tomorrow will take care of itself.
    Sufficient for a day is its own evil.”
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    Today is the Feast Day of Spiritual Warrior Saint Thomas More
    ✝️
    Pray for us
    Sir Thomas More was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was also a councillor to King Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to May 1532. He wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary, ideal island nation.
    But his belief that no lay ruler has jurisdiction over the Church of Christ cost Thomas More his life. More steadfastly refused to approve King Henry VIII’s divorce and remarriage and the establishment of the Church of England — the first protestant church. (Protestant means that which is protesting the Catholic Church.)
    Described as “a man for all seasons,” More was a literary scholar, eminent lawyer, gentleman, and father of four children. He was an intensely spiritual man and would not support the king’s divorce from Catherine of Aragon in order to marry Anne Boleyn. Nor would he acknowledge Henry as supreme head of the Church in England, breaking with Rome, and denying the pope as head.
    More was committed to the Tower of London to await trial for treason. After refusing to take the Oath of Supremacy, he was convicted of treason and beheaded. Of his execution, he said: “I die the King’s good servant, and God’s first.”
    In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II named him patron of political leaders. The supreme diplomat and counselor, he did not compromise his own moral values in order to please the king, knowing that true allegiance to authority is not blind acceptance of everything that authority wants. King Henry himself realized this and tried desperately to win his chancellor to his side because he knew More was a man whose approval counted, a man whose personal integrity no one questioned. But when Thomas More resigned as chancellor, unable to approve the two matters that meant most to Henry, the king had to get rid of him.

    AMEN even actuall today 2021 HIS GB BREXIT didnt they commit treasome : Danilo Rubio Procopio har ställt en fråga i St. Joseph Terror of Demons.
    a1trS mftpnonsorehidm ·
    MEANING OF CONSECRATION TO MARY:
    Q: What is the meaning of consecration?
    A: Consecration (nowadays also called dedication or entrustment) is a well-known term in the history of spirituality. It has biblical roots, and became the quest of many saints and spirituals through the centuries. Martyrs, virgins, monks are so-called consecrated persons.
    Consecration can be both personal and communitarian. It was promoted as oblation in Spain (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries) and became the object of special attention in France in the seventeenth century.
    Famous names attached to the Consecration movement are St. Louis Grignion de Montfort, St. John Eudes, and St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. During the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries Popes Leo XIII and Pius XI lent their voices to the movement.
    So did the Legion of Mary, St. Maximilian Kolbe, and his Militia of the Immaculate, and the various Fatima groupings. During this century entire nations were consecrated to Mary (Portugal, Italy, Poland…) and, based on the message of Fatima, the consecration of the whole world was requested.
    This consecration was made by John Paul II on March 24, 1984, in union with the bishops of the world, and considered by Lucia as both sufficient and efficacious. On October 8, after the celebration of the mass, bishops united with the Holy Father in an “Act of Entrustment” to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
    But what is the meaning of consecration (dedication or entrustment)?
    1. God consecrates
    In a strict and primary sense, there is room only for one type of consecration, the one made by God himself. Only God can appropriate a human being and make him/her sacred.
    God communicates his holiness to us; he gives us participation in his holiness. He is our creator and wants us to be in his image. This transformation into his likeness is the foremost meaning of consecration.
    2. Consecration is a response
    Our consecration is therefore essentially a response to his call. In acquiescing, we bind ourselves to a consecration that comes from God. We consecrate ourselves to belong to the Lord in a new way.
    In fact this new way is the only way by which we truly become who we are. The foremost example of God-human consecration is Jesus Christ himself. He is the “Anointed,” meaning he totally belongs to God.
    When, by a free act of his person (intelligence, will, affection), he accepts the mission for the salvation of the world (Jn 17, 19; 30) he consecrates himself. This is what we call his subjective consecration in response to the objective consecration of his being which occurred in his humanity at the moment of the Incarnation.
    3. Consecration in Christ through baptism
    Christ imparts to his disciples and followers a very special belonging to God. He gives us his own life by making us participants in his own consecration. This happens in baptism. Baptism is our first and most important consecration. Baptism is our objective consecration.
    With Christ and through him we are destined and commissioned to the glory of God and the salvation of the world. There is a radical meaning to this mission: through baptism we do not belong to ourselves anymore but to Christ who imparts his life to us.
    4. A consequence of baptism
    What we commonly regard as consecration–our subjective consecration through promises, renewal of baptismal promises, confirmation, and vows–is consecration by voluntary adherence to what baptism has made of us.
    We promise to live as sons and daughters of God, and thus fulfill subjectively our objective consecration. All consecrations which follow baptism are rooted in this primary act of our Christian vocation.
    5. Consecration to Mary
    Can we consecrate ourselves to Mary? Mary is not the Creator, she is not the Redeemer. She is the opposite of a Goddess; she never substituted herself for God. But it was God’s will that Mary had something to do with our Christian life, with our sanctification. It is a role assigned to her by God.
    In perfect union with her Son and subordinate to him, the Vatican II Council calls her “our mother in the order of grace” (LG 61). Let us not forget that Mary is the prototype of perfect consecration at the beginning of the New Testament.
    She was chosen to help us in our consecration through her intercession and by her maternal care, which disposes us to receive the gift of God we receive in baptism. She is the perfect example of the Church, and the model of all faithful. In her extreme spiritual sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s inspiration she is God’s creaturely masterpiece.
    All consecrations to Mary have this Spirit-oriented (meaning Christocentric and theocentric) meaning. Consecration to Mary is consecration to the “perfect means” (Montfort) which Jesus chose to unite himself with us and vice versa.
    Consecration to Mary heightens the depth and truth of our commitment to Christ. Consecration to Mary must explicitly state that our ultimate goal and end is God (Holy Spirit; Christ our Lord).
    Consecrations to Mary where one pledges to perform all actions “through Mary, in Mary, and for Mary” are in fact a pledge to perform them more perfectly through Jesus Christ, with him, in, and for him. Dedication to the Heart of Mary must therefore maintain the vital unity between the Heart of Mary and the Heart of Jesus.
    We must confide ourselves to the Heart of Mary in view of our consecration to God. We offer ourselves to this divine consecration through Mary, for she points the way to the heart of Jesus.
    . (Mt 7,6.12-14)
    Često čujem da se govori, barem među Napoletancima: “Danas i psi i svinje dobivaju diplomu!” Sad mi dođe da kažem kako, iz lažnog osjećaja dobrote, u Crkvi svete stvari i bisere (sakramente) dajemo psima i svinjama, to jest osobama koje nemaju baš ništa od kršćanstva i koje se, unatoč tomu što se ispovijedaju kršćanima, protive Crkvenom nauku. Isusova zapovijed o nedavanju svetih stvari i bisera svinjama prije svega je upućena nama svećenicima koji smo upravitelji sakramentalnog života. Događa se, nažalost, da, zbog želje da izgledamo dobri, ili možda da ne izgubimo nekog prijatelja od određene važnosti u društvenom, političkom i ekonomskom životu, spremni smo udijeliti Sakrament i osobama koje javno žive stil života suprotan Duhu Evanđelja.
    Kako se može dopustiti da neki kriminalac ili mafijaš dođe vjenčati se u Crkvi? Kako se može dopustiti da se gradonačelnik, koji promiče gay pride, pojavi u Crkvi da primi Euharistiju? Kako se može dopustiti da se neki političar, koji je u Saboru izglasao zakone protivne kršćanskom moralu, pojavi u Crkvi da primi pričest? Kako se može dopustiti da mladi koji žive u vanbračnoj zajednici prime Sakrament potvrde? Kako se može dopustiti da neki mladić, samo zato što je sjajno završio studij teologije, bude zaređen za svećenika Kristove Crkve, iako se zna da za to nije pozvan od Boga? Ima još mnogo primjera, ali ću se zaustaviti ovdje da ne duljim.
    Crkva nije “Diskont”. Put za primanje sakramenata je uzak. Naravno, nitko ih nije dostojan primiti, ali Gospodin zahtjeva dobru volju. Dobra volja se sastoji u kročenju putem obraćenja, a to je put strpljenja, oprosta, dijeljenja, blagosti, potrage za Bogom. Onaj koji sakramentalnom putu pristupa bez dobre volje i napora da postane bolji “jede i pije vlastitu osudu”.
    Svećenik koji upravlja sakramentima kao da su “stvari” još je veći grešnik od onoga koji ih prima bez prikladne priprave. Svećenik je pozvan biti milosrdan, ali i ozbiljan u upravljanju BOŽJIH stvari. Amen. Aleluja.
    (O. Lorenzo Montecalvo od Družbe Otaca Božanskog Poziva)
    (S ljubaznim dopuštenjem Družbe Otaca Božanskog Poziva)

    Today is the Feast Day of Spiritual Warrior Saint Thomas More ✝️ Pray for us
    Sir Thomas More was an English lawyer, social philosopher, author, statesman, and noted Renaissance humanist. He was also a councillor to King Henry VIII, and Lord High Chancellor of England from October 1529 to May 1532. He wrote Utopia, published in 1516, about the political system of an imaginary, ideal island nation.
    But his belief that no lay ruler has jurisdiction over the Church of Christ cost Thomas More his life. More steadfastly refused to approve King Henry VIII’s divorce and remarriage and the establishment of the Church of England — the first protestant church. (Protestant means that which is protesting the Catholic Church.)
    Described as “a man for all seasons,” More was a literary scholar, eminent lawyer, gentleman, and father of four children. He was an intensely spiritual man and would not support the king’s divorce from Catherine of Aragon in order to marry Anne Boleyn. Nor would he acknowledge Henry as supreme head of the Church in England, breaking with Rome, and denying the pope as head.
    More was committed to the Tower of London to await trial for treason. After refusing to take the Oath of Supremacy, he was convicted of treason and beheaded. Of his execution, he said: “I die the King’s good servant, and God’s first.”
    In the year 2000, Pope John Paul II named him patron of political leaders. The supreme diplomat and counselor, he did not compromise his own moral values in order to please the king, knowing that true allegiance to authority is not blind acceptance of everything that authority wants. King Henry himself realized this and tried desperately to win his chancellor to his side because he knew More was a man whose approval counted, a man whose personal integrity no one questioned. But when Thomas More resigned as chancellor, unable to approve the two matters that meant most to Henry, the king had to get rid of him.

    AMEN even actuall today 2021 HIS GB BREXIT didnt they commit treasome : Danilo Rubio Procopio har ställt en fråga i St. Joseph Terror of Demons.
    a1trS mftpnonsorehidm ·
    MEANING OF CONSECRATION TO MARY:
    Q: What is the meaning of consecration?
    A: Consecration (nowadays also called dedication or entrustment) is a well-known term in the history of spirituality. It has biblical roots, and became the quest of many saints and spirituals through the centuries. Martyrs, virgins, monks are so-called consecrated persons.
    Consecration can be both personal and communitarian. It was promoted as oblation in Spain (fifteenth and sixteenth centuries) and became the object of special attention in France in the seventeenth century.
    Famous names attached to the Consecration movement are St. Louis Grignion de Montfort, St. John Eudes, and St. Margaret Mary Alacoque. During the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries Popes Leo XIII and Pius XI lent their voices to the movement.
    So did the Legion of Mary, St. Maximilian Kolbe, and his Militia of the Immaculate, and the various Fatima groupings. During this century entire nations were consecrated to Mary (Portugal, Italy, Poland…) and, based on the message of Fatima, the consecration of the whole world was requested.
    This consecration was made by John Paul II on March 24, 1984, in union with the bishops of the world, and considered by Lucia as both sufficient and efficacious. On October 8, after the celebration of the mass, bishops united with the Holy Father in an “Act of Entrustment” to the Blessed Virgin Mary.
    But what is the meaning of consecration (dedication or entrustment)?
    1. God consecrates
    In a strict and primary sense, there is room only for one type of consecration, the one made by God himself. Only God can appropriate a human being and make him/her sacred.
    God communicates his holiness to us; he gives us participation in his holiness. He is our creator and wants us to be in his image. This transformation into his likeness is the foremost meaning of consecration.
    2. Consecration is a response
    Our consecration is therefore essentially a response to his call. In acquiescing, we bind ourselves to a consecration that comes from God. We consecrate ourselves to belong to the Lord in a new way.
    In fact this new way is the only way by which we truly become who we are. The foremost example of God-human consecration is Jesus Christ himself. He is the “Anointed,” meaning he totally belongs to God.
    When, by a free act of his person (intelligence, will, affection), he accepts the mission for the salvation of the world (Jn 17, 19; 30) he consecrates himself. This is what we call his subjective consecration in response to the objective consecration of his being which occurred in his humanity at the moment of the Incarnation.
    3. Consecration in Christ through baptism
    Christ imparts to his disciples and followers a very special belonging to God. He gives us his own life by making us participants in his own consecration. This happens in baptism. Baptism is our first and most important consecration. Baptism is our objective consecration.
    With Christ and through him we are destined and commissioned to the glory of God and the salvation of the world. There is a radical meaning to this mission: through baptism we do not belong to ourselves anymore but to Christ who imparts his life to us.
    4. A consequence of baptism
    What we commonly regard as consecration–our subjective consecration through promises, renewal of baptismal promises, confirmation, and vows–is consecration by voluntary adherence to what baptism has made of us.
    We promise to live as sons and daughters of God, and thus fulfill subjectively our objective consecration. All consecrations which follow baptism are rooted in this primary act of our Christian vocation.
    5. Consecration to Mary
    Can we consecrate ourselves to Mary? Mary is not the Creator, she is not the Redeemer. She is the opposite of a Goddess; she never substituted herself for God. But it was God’s will that Mary had something to do with our Christian life, with our sanctification. It is a role assigned to her by God.
    In perfect union with her Son and subordinate to him, the Vatican II Council calls her “our mother in the order of grace” (LG 61). Let us not forget that Mary is the prototype of perfect consecration at the beginning of the New Testament.
    She was chosen to help us in our consecration through her intercession and by her maternal care, which disposes us to receive the gift of God we receive in baptism. She is the perfect example of the Church, and the model of all faithful. In her extreme spiritual sensitivity to the Holy Spirit’s inspiration she is God’s creaturely masterpiece.
    All consecrations to Mary have this Spirit-oriented (meaning Christocentric and theocentric) meaning. Consecration to Mary is consecration to the “perfect means” (Montfort) which Jesus chose to unite himself with us and vice versa.
    Consecration to Mary heightens the depth and truth of our commitment to Christ. Consecration to Mary must explicitly state that our ultimate goal and end is God (Holy Spirit; Christ our Lord).
    Consecrations to Mary where one pledges to perform all actions “through Mary, in Mary, and for Mary” are in fact a pledge to perform them more perfectly through Jesus Christ, with him, in, and for him. Dedication to the Heart of Mary must therefore maintain the vital unity between the Heart of Mary and the Heart of Jesus.
    We must confide ourselves to the Heart of Mary in view of our consecration to God. We offer ourselves to this divine consecration through Mary, for she points the way to the heart of Jesus.
    (Mt 7,6.12-14)
    Često čujem da se govori, barem među Napoletancima: “Danas i psi i svinje dobivaju diplomu!” Sad mi dođe da kažem kako, iz lažnog osjećaja dobrote, u Crkvi svete stvari i bisere (sakramente) dajemo psima i svinjama, to jest osobama koje nemaju baš ništa od kršćanstva i koje se, unatoč tomu što se ispovijedaju kršćanima, protive Crkvenom nauku. Isusova zapovijed o nedavanju svetih stvari i bisera svinjama prije svega je upućena nama svećenicima koji smo upravitelji sakramentalnog života. Događa se, nažalost, da, zbog želje da izgledamo dobri, ili možda da ne izgubimo nekog prijatelja od određene važnosti u društvenom, političkom i ekonomskom životu, spremni smo udijeliti Sakrament i osobama koje javno žive stil života suprotan Duhu Evanđelja.
    Kako se može dopustiti da neki kriminalac ili mafijaš dođe vjenčati se u Crkvi? Kako se može dopustiti da se gradonačelnik, koji promiče gay pride, pojavi u Crkvi da primi Euharistiju? Kako se može dopustiti da se neki političar, koji je u Saboru izglasao zakone protivne kršćanskom moralu, pojavi u Crkvi da primi pričest? Kako se može dopustiti da mladi koji žive u vanbračnoj zajednici prime Sakrament potvrde? Kako se može dopustiti da neki mladić, samo zato što je sjajno završio studij teologije, bude zaređen za svećenika Kristove Crkve, iako se zna da za to nije pozvan od Boga? Ima još mnogo primjera, ali ću se zaustaviti ovdje da ne duljim.
    Crkva nije “Diskont”. Put za primanje sakramenata je uzak. Naravno, nitko ih nije dostojan primiti, ali Gospodin zahtjeva dobru volju. Dobra volja se sastoji u kročenju putem obraćenja, a to je put strpljenja, oprosta, dijeljenja, blagosti, potrage za Bogom. Onaj koji sakramentalnom putu pristupa bez dobre volje i napora da postane bolji “jede i pije vlastitu osudu”.
    Svećenik koji upravlja sakramentima kao da su “stvari” još je veći grešnik od onoga koji ih prima bez prikladne priprave. Svećenik je pozvan biti milosrdan, ali i ozbiljan u upravljanju BOŽJIH stvari. Amen. Aleluja.
    (O. Lorenzo Montecalvo od Družbe Otaca Božanskog Poziva)
    (S ljubaznim dopuštenjem Družbe Otaca Božanskog Poziva)

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