Tag Archives: Mary

8 Sept: Nativity of Mary

Here is the entry in the Roman Martyrology for today’s feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary:
Festum Nativitatis beatae Mariae Virginis, ex semine Abrahae, de tribu Iuda ortae, ex progenie regis David, e qua Filius Dei natus est, … Continue reading

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OLDIE: PRP – 4th Glorious Mystery: The Assumption

I’ll dig into the Fibber McGee closet of this blog’s archive for an oldie.
Back in 2006 I put together a “Patristic Rosary Project”, digging into the Mysteries we reflect on in recitation of the Rosary through the lens of some … Continue reading

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Pope Francis’ Prayer to Mary

Yesterday the Holy Father lead a profession of Faith for all the Italian bishops as they are meeting in plenary session. He addressed them. At the end of the address, Francis pronounced a prayer to Mary which should move any … Continue reading

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Reposted DAILY OFFERING TO THE IMMACULATE HEART OF MARY

I reposted posted the Daily Offering to the Immaculate Heart of Mary as a page

HERE.

I would be pleased if you went there every day and also used the sharing buttons on that page every day.
Ask our Blessed Mother Mother for … Continue reading

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Beating the devil! The “Madonna del Soccorso”

People seem finally to be noticing the image of Mary (as of this writing – it’ll probably change one day) on the sidebar.  All of sudden I am getting email about it.
The image is that of a “Madonna del Soccorso… … Continue reading

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Benedict XVI before the Pietà of Etzelsbach

Here is the text of the homily delivered by Benedict XVI in Etzelsbach, Germany at a pilgrimage church where a wooden statue of the Pietà is honored.
Whereas in his other talks Pope Benedict has been a little more “intellectual”, in … Continue reading

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