If you would like to know a little bit more about me, Gabrielle, including my email address, please visit the “About” page at my other blog, Contemplative Haven.  There’s little reason to go into much detail here, because this blog isn’t about me – it’s about Mary!

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  1. Thanks Gabrielle! Your site is beautiful and so important to me. Please pray for me.

  2. Harbor Star, what a beautiful name you have chosen (or was chosen for you)…

    I’m happy that you are finding something on my Mary blog that is helping you. I really appreciate your message here, and I will be praying for you tonight.

  3. Oh I am so happy I happened to stumbled upon this blog. I have a blog http://theheartofmary.wordpress.com. There are two post I did on the heart of Mary. A few weeks back I asked Mary to give to me her heart to receive her Son in the Holy Eucharist. Since then things have been happening to me, spiritually. I need help on understanding these things. Please go and read my post and any info you could give to me would be greatly appreaciated. Also please read my conversion story as I am a convert due to Mary. I would appreciate any insight you could give to me. Thanks and God Bless, SR

  4. Hello, SR. I’m very pleased to “meet” you and that you left a link to your blog (sorry, that is why it was held up in the moderated comments). I hope you’ll bear with me because I’m up to my ears in lesson plans right now… but I’ll be able to visit your site later in the week, and I’m looking forward to it. I believe I’ll be able to help you a little, with the resources on here I put up re daily entries for consecration to Mary, and other resources/sites I’ll specifically mention to you. It’s especially touching to me when you say, “I asked Mary to give to me her heart to receive her Son in the Holy Eucharist”, because if you didn’t already know that an exchange of hearts with Mary can take place, it’s like Jesus and Mary gave you this infused knowledge directly, which is such a beautiful thing.

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