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Archive for May, 2008

May 31 – Special Homily – Fr Angelo: Visitation of Mary

Saturday, May 31st, 2008
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Homily #080531s ( 00min) Play – This year the Visitation supersedes the Feast of the Immaculate Heart, but they are related. Mary went to visit Elizabeth out of the pure love from her Immaculate Heart and the Magnificat is the most exquisite joy-filled song expressing this Love. This is the secret of Joy to love and serve your neighbor out of Love for God.
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Our Lady Co-redemptrix

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

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Our Lady Co-redemptrix

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Mary, Coredemptrix

You are blessed among women, co?redemptrix! Blessed One selected in pref?erence to all who are blessed! Chosen One, singular among all who are chosen! Priceless Pearl that belongs in the treasury of God’s wisdom! Mother, you are the Glory of Mo?thers! We seek you, O Lady, and in all sincerity turn to you in prayer. Help us in our weak?ness; turn away from us all disgrace. Who is more worthy of entreating the Heart of our Lord Jesus Christ than you, blessed Mary, who live with your Son and speak with Him? Speak, Mother, for your Son listens to you; and whatever you desire you will receive. In?voke His holy name in our behalf. (more…)

May 31 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: The Feast of The Visitation

Saturday, May 31st, 2008
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Homily #080531 ( 08min) Play – The visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to St Elizabeth highlights Mary’s virtues of charity and humility. Fr Ignatius also notes the Marian Titles of the Visitation, ‘The Living Tabernacle of God’, ‘The Ark of the New Covenant’, ‘Virgin Made Church’, and the ‘Mediatrix of All Graces’. Ave Maria! Mass readings +++

FiNews – Amsterdam Marian Conference – Its Live Now

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Amsterdam Marian Conference

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May 31 – St Maximilian – Despair? Never! Go to the Mother of Mercy

Saturday, May 31st, 2008

Ave Maria!May’s Theme: Mary Mediatrix

“He who falls into sin, who immerses himself in vice, who holds in contempt the divine graces sent him, who no longer looks at the good example of others, and who pays no heed to salutary inspirations and renders himself unworthy of receiving other graces, perhaps ought to fall into despair? No, never! Because he has a Mother who has been given him by God, a Mother who does not worry about the fact that he may be unworthy of the grace of mercy, because She is only the Mother of Mercy, for this reason She makes haste to fly to, even if not invoked, wherever the misery of souls is most gravely manifest.” (cf. SK #1094)

May 30 – Special Homily – Fr Ignatius: Sacred Heart Evening

Friday, May 30th, 2008
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Homily #080530s ( 06min) Play – Solemnity of the Sacred Heart, Evening Mass. All things are centered toward Christ and the center of Christ is his Sacred Heart. And, since God is love, the Sacred Heart is the symbol of Love itself. St. Margret Mary Alacoque saw this love in the form of flames surging from the Lord’s wounded Heart that demand a loving response from us.

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FiNews – Amsterdam Marian Conference

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Amsterdam Marian Conference

Ave Maria!

Just a reminder. The Live Marian Conference will be tomorrow starting at 7:30am till noon. Please pray for the success of this. I am sure the Devil does not want this to happen. See you tomorrow.? Ave Maria!

The New Religious Intolerance

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Funny how the secularists can create the most intolerant of religions:

Environmentalists are Gaia?s priests, instructing us in her proper service and casting out those who refuse to genuflect. . . And having proclaimed the ultimate commandment ? carbon chastity ? they are preparing the supporting canonical legislation that will tell you how much you can travel, what kind of light you will read by, and at what temperature you may set your bedroom thermostat.

Just Monday, a British parliamentary committee proposed that every citizen be required to carry a carbon card that must be presented, under penalty of law, when buying gasoline, taking an airplane, or using electricity. The card contains your yearly carbon ration to be drawn down with every purchase, every trip, every swipe.

May 30 – Homily – Fr Angelo: The Most Sacred Heart of Jesus

Friday, May 30th, 2008
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Homily #080530 ( 12min) Play – The Solemnity of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus has always been connected with the Solemnity of Corpus Christi. It is exactly in the Blessed Sacrament that we find God’s Love for us, that we find the Wounded, Victim Love of the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus. Ave Maria! Mass readings +++

May 30 – St Maximilian – Divine Mercy & Mary Mediatrix

Friday, May 30th, 2008

Ave Maria!May’s Theme: Mary Mediatrix

“Divine grace is a gift of the divine mercy and, according to St. Bernard, God entrusted the entire order of grace to His Most Holy Mother, the Immaculate. She, in fact, is not capable of abandoning anyone, because it has never be heard that anyone, after having had recourse to Her, has been abandoned.” (cf. SK #1088)

May 29 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: The Holy Name of Mary

Thursday, May 29th, 2008
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Homily #080529 ( 09min) Play – The origin of the name of Mary does not come from man but was inspired by God. Mary, meaning ‘the sea’, is vast, deep, and unfathomable. Invoke the Holy Name of Mary when in temptation to gain her protection and love. Ave Maria! +++

May 29 – St Maximilian – The Kindness of the Immaculate

Thursday, May 29th, 2008

Ave Maria!May’s Theme: Mary Mediatrix

“The Immaculate is so kind, truly so kind that She does not get discouraged with any of us, notwithstanding our numerous defects; rather, although She Herself is the Immaculate, nevertheless She does not disdain to make use of little mediators stained by sin in order to continue Her work of conversion and sanctification, that is, of giving rise to and of cultivating supernatural life in souls.” (cf. SK #911)

May 28 – Homily – Fr Ignatius: Mary, The New Eve & Coredemptrix

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008
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Homily #080528 ( 06min) Play – St Paul refers to Christ as the New Adam. The Church Fathers, specifically St Ireneus, made the connection that if Christ is the New Adam, Mary must be the New Eve, the Mother of all the living and the Coredemptrix. Ave Maria! +++

Video – Dr Mark Miravalle – MaryCast Historical Highpoints of Mary Coredemptrix #14: Contemporary Saints & Mary Coredemptrix

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

MaryCast Historical Highpoints of Mary Coredemptrix #14 ( 10min) PlayDr Mark Miravalle explains the term ‘sensus fidelium’ (sense of the faithful) and provides examples of contemporary saints using the term ‘Coredemptrix’ as support for the solemn proclamation of the 5th Marian Dogma of Mary Coredemptrix. Ave Maria! +++

To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: marycast@airmaria.com

To order the book this series is based, click: With Jesus: The Story of Mary Co-Redemptrix

May 28 – St Maximilian – Turn with Sincerity to Mary Mediatrix

Wednesday, May 28th, 2008

Ave Maria!May’s Theme: Mary Mediatrix

“Even if one had the disgrace of dying spiritually, even if Satan told him that he will never rise again from the spiritually dead, it is enough that he turn with sincerity to the Mediatrix of all graces, to the Immaculate, not only to obtain the grace of resurrection, but moreover to reach a high degree, a very high degree, of sanctity.” (cf. SK #1230)