Sunday, December 29, 2013

Pope Francis Demonstrates the Life Of Jesus Christ

November 9, 2013

There is so much violence throughout the world pertaining to different religious groups that are seeking spirituality by means of violence, and we have Francis Pope, one of the greatest religious spiritual leaders in the world, on his knees washing the feet of prisoners advocating forgiveness, understanding, communication, grief, pain, and love. Without having to say it, he was on his knees sharing the "Rebirth of Consciousness” with the world.

Pope Francis prayed until Jesus Christ came into his heart and soul and told him to do what he had done before the entire world. He had to demonstrate the true meaning of forgiveness, freedom, justice, love, and the life of Jesus Christ, the Son of God.


Letter to Pope Francis

Irma L. Muñiz and Family
4833 Saratoga Blvd. #336
Corpus Christi, TX 78413
Telephone: (409) 363-1878 Email:

                                                            December 9, 2013

His Holiness Pope Francis
Apostolic Palace                                
00120 Vatican City

                        Re: Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz 40288-115

Your Holiness:

You are a man of prayer and a just man.  I write in supplication for your spiritual influence to help free my husband, Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz, who has been unjustly incarcerated for nearly twenty years.  At 71 years of age, he is serving a sentence of life without parole in Texas.

My husband’s health conditions are degenerative, and he uses a wheelchair the majority of the time.  He has submitted an application for early release under a new "Compassionate Release Program" and we pray for a positive outcome.  A word from you would be very helpful in the cause of his being released and we humbly ask for your intercession.

Ramiro "Ramsey" became a attorney and activist who defended civil and human rights. At age 30 he ran for Governor of Texas. Although he was not elected, he awakened political consciousness and made positive contributions to the lives of all, especially Mexican Americans and Hispanics, seeking justice through political representation. Subsequently, malicious charges and persecutions were made to put him away, and sadly were all too successful.

Pastor Reverend Dr. R.L. Uzzel stated, "Wrong perceptions, judgments, mistakes, and withholding evidence contributed to his convictions." Dr. Andres Guerrero, a graduate of Harvard School of Divinity, shares this view. He is writing a book about Muñiz’s history, imprisonment, and spirituality. 

I am convinced of my husband’s innocence, and I have worked with others for twenty years to obtain freedom and justice for Ramsey Muñiz. My family loves and supports him. Catholic priest Father Juan Romero of California has written three times to President Obama. Other religious leaders, national organizations, and congressmen have also supported our efforts.

From his imprisonment, Ramsey watched you washing the feet of prisoners.  You showed your loving tenderness, humility, forgiveness, compassion, mercy, suffering, and love. This act gives us hope for his return to his family and community.

Information which can help you advocate on behalf of Ramiro “Ramsey” Muñiz with President Obama can be accessed at For additional information, go to and If you wish to contact my husband directly, you may write him at the following address in Beaumont, Texas:
Ramiro R. Mu
ñiz #40288-115 / FCC Beaumont-Medium / P.O. Box 26040 / Beaumont, TX  77720.

                                                            In spiritual unity with you and God's family,

                                                            Irma L. Muñiz and Family

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Tribute to Nelson Mandela 1918 - 2013

I am greatly saddened about the passing of Nelson Mandela, but at the same time I see him embracing my beloved brother, Jesus Christ, who gave His life for freedom, justice, and love for the world. Even as I share these words of spiritual wisdom, I cannot stop tears of sadness and sorrow because at the moment that I heard of his passing, I was reading his recent book, making comments about his thoughts which made an impact on my heart. He spoke with the same voice, knowing the true meaning of oppression, discrimination, racial bias, loneliness, chains, shackles, and a long imprisonment. Those who continue to feel the cold iron and steel doors that shut their hearts and minds can understand.  I will be with my brother, Nelson Mandela, as I will pray for his journey to heaven, and I ask that after his resting and taking his spiritual position that he come into my heart and soul and give me the courage, pride, love, heart, and soul to become a free man once again and to bring freedom to the masses of humanity.
To Nelson Mandela I say, “I will always love you for coming into my life when I was in solitary confinement.  My wife, Irma Muniz, sent me your most famous book -- Long Walk to Freedom. I read the book twice, and I shall always love you for being the man, father, and spiritual human being that you shall forever be.”
I have fasted, drinking only water for the last four days. I shall continue to fast in dedication to the spiritual life of my beloved freedom brother, Nelson Mandela.
Freedom.  Freedom. God, give us our freedom.
Ramsey R. Muniz
Confined 21 years in the prisons of the United States of America