By arriving at this site, you are among those called to be the heralds of the imminent arrival of the Kingdom of God on earth, as promised in the Our Father prayer and now revealed in detail to the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta. Here, dear soldier, are your battle orders:
1) Live in the Divine Will!
Jesus is now freely offering, to all who sincerely desire it, the greatest possible gift: the Gift of Living in the Divine Will; which is none other than the holiness of the life of Heaven itself, now available on earth. It is the type of holiness enjoyed by the Blessed Virgin Mary (though we may never reach her) since her Immaculate Conception and enjoyed by Adam and Eve before the Fall.
2) Learn more!
Your power to hasten the Coming of the Kingdom will increase in proportion to your knowledge of the nature of this Kingdom.
The Crown of History
The Crown of Sanctity
The Crown of Sanctity, referenced at the top of this page, is available as a free Kindle eBook here, a free PDF here, and a paperback on Amazon. This is a large book that can be read cover to cover or simply used a a reference for individual questions when needed (it contains a very detailed Table of Contents to facilitate its use as a reference work).
Fr. Robert young, the holy Franciscan priest who recently passed, provided a wealth of incredible teachings on Luisa's revelations. See this website for an archive of his teachings!
More great resources on the Divine Will can be found at the website of a new apostolate based in Ireland. See www.DivineWillFamily.org
The Benedictines of the Divine Will
The Benedictines of the Divine Will is a religious community, approved by the Church in 2011, dedicated to the revelations of Jesus given to Luisa on the Divine Will. Their newsletters provide a wealth of beautiful teachings on this spirituality.
Those seeking a deep theological analysis of Jesus' revelations to Luisa on the Divine Will may consult this doctoral thesis of theologian Fr. Joseph Iannuzzi, which was unanimously approved by the faculty of the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome (thus bearing ecclesiastical approbation authorized by the Holy See) in the year 2012.
The late great theologian, Fr. Edward O'Connor (no relation to this website's creator) was a Theology Professor at Notre Dame and an expert in private revelation. The last work of his life was a strong defense, promotion, and explanation of Luisa's Revelations, entitled Living in the Divine Will: The Grace of Luisa Piccarreta.
St. Hannibal di Francia
Although Luisa Piccarreta was strongly endorsed by multiple now canonized saints -- including Pope St. Pius X and St. Padre Pio -- her strongest and most zealous promoter was St. Hannibal di Francia, who became so convinced of the superlative importance of Luisa's mission of the Divine Will (after he was appointed, by the Archbishop, to be her Spiritual Director), that he dedicated the last decades of his life to promoting Luisa's revelations.
**Unfortunately, much misinformation circulates online regarding the status of Luisa's writings (including on some big Catholic websites!). While it is true that a "Moratorium" exists limiting the commercial publication of Luisa's 36 volumes, all claims indicating that Luisa's writings "may not be circulated" or are "unapproved" are absolutely false. Indeed, there is not yet an explicitly CDF-stamped official English Translation of Luisa's volumes. One may reasonably respond to this assertion by asking, "So what?" Catholics are not required to read only those materials that presently enjoy an explicitly CDF approved official translation. Such lofty ecclesiastical approbations are doubtless imminent for Luisa's volumes; in the meantime, Catholics are completely free to "privately" (i.e. not commercially publish, perhaps not directly quote in the public proclamation of the Church, e.g. homilies at public Masses, not directly incorporate into official public Church events) read and share Luisa's 36 volumes, always maintaining great care to, above all, preserve Catholic orthodoxy in its entirety and always read Luisa's revelations through the lens of the Magisterium of the Church. Case in point: the very Archbishop from whom the aforementioned "Moratorium" proceeds was (he is now deceased) a zealous supporter of Luisa and ardently desired that her revelations be spread and lived!