God our Father, in reparation for crimes and blasphemes committed against Your Beloved Son, our Lord Jesus Christ, I offer you His Holy Face, His HolyName and His Most Sacred Heart.
"To be one who makes repairs is to give our Lord what others deny him. Just recently I was told of a television show that featured various people urinat- ing on the Crucifix of our Lord. Upon hearing this I immediately went to the prayer chapel and placed eleven crucifixes on the altar, lit a candle that I intend to keep burning for 40 days and then offered incense in a deep spirit of reparation. Our Lord said “I thirst” (Jn.19:28). This thirst continues un- quenched because it is a thirst for souls, faith, hope, love, thanksgiving, petition and adoration. Our Lord’s thirst will continue until the end of time but so will the call to reparation continue among and in his people." -s
“Let the priest, the ministers of the Lord, weep between the porch and the altar” - Joel 2:17; Ezek. 22:30
"Christianity is a middle eastern religion, in intimate familial relationship with Judaism. Reparation is needed if we are other than. Reparation is a returning. The sights and sounds of this returning should be mystical, Semitic and ancient, hovering in an incense shrouded air. The climate of this Reparation Returning is one of changelessness (Heb.13:8; Ex. 3:14; 2Cor.1:19-20; Jude 25). Western rites are sanitized versions of this mysterious drama. In this Returning, time vanishes and with bare feet* we approach the eerie secrets of an antiquity of which we are repaired. Here we have the impression of being sourced from Christian civilzation. This is an interior state externalized in observable rite of reparative prayer. At this point the Theologian takes over from the anthropologist and the Practitioner from the theologian." -s
“See then that you walk circumspectly, not as fools, but as wise (16) Redeeming (Repairing) the time, because the days are evil. (17) Wherefore be ye not unwise, but understanding what the will of the Lord is.” -Eph. 5:15-17
“The Rosary is, for me, making the past better so the present and future are better than they would have been.” -Seraphim