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Rev. John Campoli, i.v.dei
His Love Ministries

Remember that our heavenly Father has our best interests at the forefront of His plan for our lives. Jesus always walks with us, especially in our sufferings. Cling to Him with everything you’ve got and give Him all your pain, suffering, and disillusions. He can turn them into joy, and glory and, finally, will turn our death into life.

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Daily Meditation

If you want to complete a 40-day challenge during Lent, here are four ideas…

1. Technology fast

For the next 40 days, you could set yourself a goal to reduce your time on technology and social media. Even if it’s just spending an hour reading a book or going for a walk, a break from that screen could do you wonders.

2. De-cluttering

Another 40-day Lent Challenge you could try is this de-cluttering challenge. Every day for 40 days, you clear out a different part of your home. Then, by Easter Sunday, you’ll feel like a new person!

3. Acts of kindness

Every year, a popular 40-day Lent Challenge is about distributing random acts of kindness. Why not challenge yourself to do something nice for someone every day? It could brighten their day, whether it’s sending your co-worker a nice message or holding the door open for someone.

4. Give to charity

Lent is all about sacrifice, so what better 40-day Challenge than to give to others? Everyone has a lot of clutter in their house that they never use, so why not take a bag and every day put in it one item and at the end of Lent, take it to your local charity shop.



Father John Campoli

Since 1982, Father John Campoli has conducted healing Masses, Retreats, Parish Missions, and Days of Recollection in the United States, England, Ireland, Trinidad, Belize, and the Middle East.

A priest of the Voluntas Dei Institute was ordained in 1970 for the Diocese of Trenton, New Jersey. Father holds a Master’s degree in Theology from Mount St. Mary’s Seminary, Emmitsburg, Maryland, and has pursued post-graduate studies in Liturgy at Catholic University. From 1970 until 1991, he served the Diocese as parochial vicar and pastor in several parishes, as well as being the Diocesan Director of Liturgy for ten years.

In 1991, Father felt a call to a more consecrated life and with the bishop’s permission left the diocese to join Voluntas Dei, a Secular Institute of Pontifical Rite. He is a priest in good standing in the Voluntas Dei Institute. As a member of the Institute, he has successfully completed its Safe Environment Program and the criminal background checks as mandated by the Dallas Charter.

Father Campoli has been involved in Renewal and the Healing Ministry for over forty years. He is the author of several books and has appeared on television and radio. In addition to having produced an extensive series of CDs on healing and spirituality, he has written many articles for newspapers and magazines. Father John celebrates a Sunday Mass each week, which is available on YouTube and Facebook

When Father Campoli is asked to give a brief summary of the objectives of the Ministry, he would say that he tries to bring people to an understanding that “God is love, love is mercy, mercy is forgiveness, and forgiveness heals.”

Father Campoli is available for
Parish Missions.


Mass Cards
and Weekly Mass Intentions

Mass Enrollment

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Weekly Mass Intentions

If you have a person, living or deceased, that you would like to have remembered at our weekly YouTube Mass, just CLICK HERE to submit the names.

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