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Video – Variety #135: Radio interview with Fr. Gabriele Pellettieri

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Ave Maria!

Fr. Joseph Michael interviews Fr. Gabriele Pellettieri during a visit to the friars in Perth, Australia. Fr. Gabriele, the cofounder of the Franciscans of the Immaculate, discusses Marian Consecration based on the example of St. Maximilian Kolbe who viewed consecration to Our Lady as not only for personal sanctification but the sanctification of all souls and ultimately the conversion of the world. There are many ways to express one’s Marian consecration, but Fr. Gabriele focuses on the Holy Rosary.

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3 Responses to “Video – Variety #135: Radio interview with Fr. Gabriele Pellettieri”

  1. Marie Says:

    Thank you, AirMaria, for this beautiful interview. Father Pellettieri’s love for the Virgin makes me smile!

    Thank you, Holy Mother, for the Franciscans of the Immaculate!

  2. Sir Rene Says:

    I remember when I met Fr Gabriele in Rome. I had the privilege of speaking with him. As I was talking to him about a few of my favorite Saints, he smiled at me and said: “Ah! You are forgetting the most important Saint!” Puzzled, I said: “Who is that, Father?” then he laughed and said: “The most important Saint is Our Lady.”

  3. Joanne Says:

    Ave Maria! :) Thank you so much for that beautiful interview. It is always a joy and so heartwarming to hear anyone speak with love about Our Lady. Our Lady is so wonderful, powerful and so motherly. I know that only in Heaven will I fully appreciate Our Lady’s role in my life and in the world. Praised be Jesus, Mary and Joseph! :)

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