Monday, September 3, 2012

Day 29 of 33 Days to Morning Glory

Review and synthesis
St. Louis de Monfort

These final days before consecration we will review what we have learned so far with just three words each day.  For St. Louis de Montfort the three words are: Passion, Baptism and Gift.

We learned that St. Louis' natural passion was turned into zeal for the faith. To increase our zeal, we fly to Mary. Her spouse the Holy Spirit will then will us with fire.

At our baptism we became part of the body of Christ. But it is Mary who helps us grow in that baptismal grace. She always leads us to Christ so that we no longer live but Christ lives within us.

If we give ourselves to Mary we will receive the incredible gift of herself and takes us quickly and completely to Jesus.



Here is a great talk by Fr. Lance Harlow about True Devotion to Mary.
You can receive it by MP3 or CD, just CLICK HERE!

From the CD sleeve:
The intercession of our Blessed Mother is especially important for our troubled times. St. Louis de Montfort's classic work on Marian consecration, True Devotion to Mary, provides a well-trod path to the profound graces that the Lord offers through Mary's prayers for those who trust in her intercession. In this presentation, Fr. Lance Harlow offers clear and insightful commentary drawn from the Saint's text to help explain this consecration to Jesus through Mary and the spiritual effects one can expect. This will greatly benefit all who are interested in Marion consecration.
The intercession of the Blessed Mother is especially important for our troubled times. in this presentation, Fr. Lance Harlow offers clear and insightful commentary drawn from St. Louis de Monfort's classic work True Devotion to Mary to help explain the consecration to Jesus through Mary, and the profound graces that the Lord offers through Mary's prayers for those who trust in her intercession. This will greatly benefit all who are interested in Marian consecration.
Click Here to get a copy of this talk about True Devotion.

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