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SURRENDER NOVENA - FR. DOLINDO RUOTOLO

<br> SURRENDER NOVENA - FR. DOLINDO RUOTOLO


 
Father Don Dolindo Ruotolo, a candidate for beatification and the Catholic Church has granted him the title "Servant of God", was a Neapolitan priest (1882-1970), stigmatized miracle worker and "mouthpiece of the Holy Spirit".

Father Ruotolo had extraordinary communication with Jesus throughout his heroic life, a life that was totally devoted to God and the Holy Mother Mary. He referred to himself as "the Madonna's little old man" and the Rosary was his constant companion. As you can see from this novena much of what our Lord wants flies in the face of normal human inclination and reason. We can only rise to this level of thinking through the grace of God and the help of the Holy Spirit.

We must let go of our problems, stop worrying and trying to resolve them ourselves. We must believe, trust and allow our Lord to rescue us from ourselves and supply our wants, needs and resolve our problems as only He can.

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Fr. Dolindo Ruotolo was born, in Naples, Italy on October 6,1882. Ordained at the young age of 23 on June 24, 1905, Don Dolindo dedicated every moment of his long life to prayer and penance at the service of thousands of faithful who asked for his spiritual direction and turned to him for help and comfort. The testimonies of miraculous healing due to his intercession before and after his death cannot be counted: tuberculosis healed, limbs made well, suicide attempts stopped due to his tempestuous intervention and so on. He never denied his help to anyone pleading with Jesus for all who ask and confide in him.

Don Dolindo died in Naples on November 19, 1970, in the extreme voluntary poverty he had chosen to live throughout his life. He told people to knock at his tomb for their needs and he would continue to answer. Now, more then ever, people flock to his Church and knock at his tomb, confident of his intercession and receiving healings and graces. He is a candidate for beatification and the Catholic Church has granted him the title "Servant of God
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