Immaculate Heart of Mary

Last spring I was exploring the inseparableness of the Sacred Heart of Jesus (which feastday was yesterday) and the Immaculate Heart of Mary (which feastday is today), and posted some entries on united novenas, Two Hearts United, etc. This year the unification of the Two Hearts is still on my own heart, along with how Fatima, where Mary first revealed her Immaculate Heart (as I posted about a few days ago) plays a role in this unification.

From, “Fatima. Mary’s Immaculate Heart and Your Salvation”, by Frère François de marie des Anges (pgs. 17-18), I would like to share the following:

Thus the revelation of Fatima comes to complete that of Paray-le-Monial [where Jesus revealed His Sacred Heart to Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque], and devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary to be joined to the devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus, commanded three centuries ago.  Indeed, most certainly, these two devotions, as the two Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary, are inseparable and could not ever proceed one without the other.  Such is the great design of our Heavenly Father for <<the last centuries of history>>:  the reign and universal triumph of Their two Hearts united.

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My friend Carol shared a link with me from the Catholic Online video section; it’s called “Our Lady Smiles”. I think it will make your heart smile too.

Our Lady Smiles

Thanks, Carol.

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2 Responses

  1. The innocence and joyfulness of children causes many to smile so it should come as no surprise that their Mother should smile too.!
    Any news of the speading of devotion to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary is good news for us all.

  2. Ann, is it any wonder that Mary has appeared so often throughout the years to children and young people, trusting them with her most important messages to mankind, revealing to them what has later become either doctrine or dogma of the Church.

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