The Study Group
St. Hannibal di Francia




Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D

Graduate pontifical University Gregoriana/Rome

The Study Group
St. Hannibal di Francia



Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D

Graduate pontifical University Gregoriana/Rome

- First Christians

- Adams knowledge

- Souls in purgatory offer sufferings

- Chastisements and distractions

- Mass and Divine Will,

- Purgatory and Divine Will,

- Gift of the Divine Will on loan,

- Receiving the Gift, Vol 12, Vol 19,

- Vol 30. Dec 26, 1931 etc

- Jesus experiencing what we experience?

- Disturbances and the Divine Will.

- Privation and desolation are the same?

- The Pope and the Divine Will

- Reading all the volumes?

- Growing in the Divine Will on earth and in heaven

- Being restless

- Helping souls in purgatory

- Come back to the Divine Will after mortal sin

- Gods presence and multilocation

- Using past suffering and apply it souls in purgatory

- Priests who oppose the Divine Will

- Felix culpa?! vol 14. Feb 6. 1922

- Would Christ have come without original sin

- first sects in Christianity, ex. Gnostics

- Proper Catholic Perspectives ( Die Lehren von Luisa Piccarreta aus katholischer Perspektive - )


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John 5:17-30

17 But Jesus answered them, “My Father is still working, and I also am working.” 18 For this reason the Jews were seeking all the more to kill him, because he was not only breaking the sabbath, but was also calling God his own Father, thereby making himself equal to God.
The Authority of the Son
19 Jesus said to them, “Very truly, I tell you, the Son can do nothing on his own, but only what he sees the Father doing; for whatever the Father[a] does, the Son does likewise. 20 The Father loves the Son and shows him all that he himself is doing; and he will show him greater works than these, so that you will be astonished. 21 Indeed, just as the Father raises the dead and gives them life, so also the Son gives life to whomever he wishes. 22 The Father judges no one but has given all judgment to the Son, 23 so that all may honor the Son just as they honor the Father. Anyone who does not honor the Son does not honor the Father who sent him. 24 Very truly, I tell you, anyone who hears my word and believes him who sent me has eternal life, and does not come under judgment, but has passed from death to life.
25 “Very truly, I tell you, the hour is coming, and is now here, when the dead will hear the voice of the Son of God, and those who hear will live. 26 For just as the Father has life in himself, so he has granted the Son also to have life in himself; 27 and he has given him authority to execute judgment, because he is the Son of Man. 28 Do not be astonished at this; for the hour is coming when all who are in their graves will hear his voice 29 and will come out—those who have done good, to the resurrection of life, and those who have done evil, to the resurrection of condemnation.
Witnesses to Jesus
30 “I can do nothing on my own. As I hear, I judge; and my judgment is just, because I seek to do not my own will but the will of him who sent me.



Catena Aurea - St. Thomas Aquinas. A continuous commentary on the four Gospels, consisting exclusively of the passages of the ecclesiastical writers and Fathers of the Church. 

 AUGUSTINE. (Tr. xxi. s. 5, 6) Having said that the Father would shew the Son greater works than these, He proceeds to describe these greater works: For as the Father raiseth up the dead, and quickeneth them, even so the Son quickeneth whom He will. These are plainly greater works, for it is more of a miracle that a dead man should rise again, than that a sick man should recover. We must not understand from the words, that some are raised by the Father, others by the Son; but that the Son raises to life the same whom the Father raiseth. And to guard against any one saying, The Father raises the dead by the Son, the former by His own power, the latter, like an instrument, by another power, He asserts distinctly the power of the Son: The Son quickeneth whom he will. Observe here not only the power of the Son, but also His will. Father and Son have the same power and will. The Father willeth nothing distinct from the Son; but both have the same will, even as they have the same substance.
HILARY. (de Trin. vii. c. 19) For to will is the free power of a nature, which by the act of choice, resteth in the blessedness of perfect excellence.
AUGUSTINE. (Tr. xxi. s. 11.) But who are these dead, whom the Father and Son raise to life? He alludes to the general resurrection which is to be; not to the resurrection of those few, who were raised to life, that the rest might believe; as Lazarus, who rose again, to die afterwards. Having said then, For as the Father raiseth up the dead, and quickeneth them, to prevent our taking the words to refer to the dead whom He raised up for the sake of the miracle, and not to the resurrection to life eternal, He adds, For the Father judgeth no man; thus shewing that He spoke of that resurrection of the dead which would take place at the judgment. (Tr. xxiii. s. 13).


Vol. 29, February 13, 1931

Each time We manifest a truth We resume the work of Creation. So, all that was said in the Old Testament were resumptions of the work; my coming upon earth was nothing other than resuming the work for love of creatures; my doctrine, the many truths uttered by my mouth, pointed out in clear notes my intense work for the creatures. And just as in Creation Our Divine Being rested, so with my death and resurrection I wanted to rest, also to give the time to make the fruit of my work bear fruit in the midst of creatures. But this was always rest, not the completion of the work; Our work until the end of the centuries will always be alternation of work and rest, of rest and work. See, then, good daughter, what a long work I had to do with you by manifesting to you so many truths on my Divine Will. And since the thing that most interests Our Supreme Being is to make It known, I held nothing back for a work so long, though I have often taken small breaks of rest in order to give you the time to receive my work, and to prepare you for other surprises of the work of my creative word. Therefore, be attentive to preserve and not to lose anything of the work of my word, which contains an infinite value that is enough to save and sanctify an entire world.”

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The Hours of the Passion

St. Hannibal of Francia, Luisa’s extraordinary confessor affirms that her method is a “totally new approach,” and she was the first to introduce this way of contemplating the Lord’s passion


آلام المسيح - The Hours of the Passion in Arabic

St. Hannibal of Francia, Luisa’s extraordinary confessor affirms that her method is a “totally new approach,” and she was the first to introduce this way of contemplating the Lord’s passion

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The Virgin Mary
in the Kingdom
of the Divine Will

In the late 1920s the Virgin Mary appeared frequently Luisa in her little bed and revealed to her the events in her life, - from her Immaculate Conception, up to her physical assumption into heaven. The 36 lessons of the Queen of heaven are given to lead the soul into living continuously in the Divine Will.   Imprimatur


Spiritual Exercises

on the Divine Will for priests
and deacons
with Fr. Pio Ciampi

Book, Softcover - 106 Pages

Catholic Community Fiat, Totus Tuus
In these spiritual exercises the purpose and meaning of the writings of Luisa Piccarreta are disclosed on the basis of Church teaching, including the testimony of Pope Benedict XVI, the Catechism of the Catholic Church, the writings of Saints of the Church, and clarifications by Father Pio M. Ciampi. Luisa's writings describe in an extensive catechesis nothing less than the fulfillment of the Lord's Prayer in our day.

Translation with kind permission of
Fr. Pio Ciampi


Learn to live in the Divine Will
Radio Maria weekly

This program invites you to explore the outpouring of the gifts of the holy spirit that today more and more people are experiencing. We will explore these spirit’s gifts through spiritual discernment. This discernment is grounded in sacred scripture and the magisterium, and is articulated in the writings of the church’s mystics, in particular those of the Servant of God Luisa Piccarreta.

The Gift of Living in the Divine Will

Fr. Joseph Iannuzzi OSJ presents the content of his Church approved work and more

The Hours of the Passion Audio


Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part I

Study groups

For study material we recommend Questions and answers by
Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D: link
and his church approved
dissertation: link
and prayer group guidelines: link

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About us: Study group St. Hannibal di Francia

As a study group of lay faithful in connection with priests who are spreading the knowledge of the Gift of the Divine Will in Europe and in the world  we are organising retreats, compiling information, and forming studygroups. We are based in Europe/Germany and Austria and we have an international outreach.

Phone: 0049-3212-1275585

The information is grounded on academic research and encounters at retreats.

We are in communion with the catholic church and it's teachings.

All donations are used for the spreading of the Kingdom of the Divine Will.

German Site Studiengruppe Hl. Hannibal di Francia


Phone: 0049-3212-1275585

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part I-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part II-I

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part II-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part III-I

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part III-II

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part IV

Appropriating the 
Divine Will - Part V


Living in the Divine Will, Fr. Dr. Joseph Iannuzzi Ph.D: link
Pius association  Luisa Piccarrreta, Corato, Italy: link
Benedictine monks of the Divinw Will: link
Benedictine daughters of the Divine Will: link 
L'Associazione Privata di Fedeli “Fiat! Totus Tuus:: link
 Studiengruppe Hl. Hannibal di Francia


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