Frances Hogan is a lay missionary and educator working in the Catholic Church since the late 60's. She worked as a missionary in West Africa for some years. She has taught in schools in Africa and Ireland. From the mid-80's she lectured in the Milltown Institute of Philosophy and Theology in Dublin, and served four years on the Theological Commission of the Bishops. She is also trained as a Spiritual Director and Retreat giver.
Since the '80s Frances has written ten books, now out of print. Over the years Frances has made many teachings on Scripture and the Spiritual Life available for sale on hundreds of cassettes. The current list is available in her online shop, now only available in digital format on franceshogan.com
Frances no longer gives Missions in parishes, as well as Retreats and Seminars to people mainly in the English-speaking world. She continues to give Scripture classes from her home.
Referring to Dec 25, 1932 in the last paragraph, when Jesus tells Luisa that to " those where He does not grow and remains tiny....to see my birth all love changed into justice for poor souls." He then instructs Luisa to change His tears and whimpers into joys.
Question: Does Luisa's actions mitigate for those who are to receive justice because of their lack of response to the universal invasion of Jesus's Divine Love?