Saturday, August 1, 2009

Devotion to Mary.............August 1




"Many will not let devotion
to the Blessed Virgin even take root in their hearts. But blessed is the person
who accepts this grace and keeps it.
Such a devotion dwells in all
who are the Lord's heritage--
in all who will praise Him eternally in heaven."

St. Alphonsus Liguori


French words:
"Mary, your name itself is a prayer,
a sign of peace and of pardon,
of mercy and of hope."

10 comments:

diddleymaz said...

Our Blessed Heavenly Mother looks so sad and sweet here,
Holy Mother of God help me to please your Son and the Father by listening to the Holy Spirit and You as You try to guide us ,amen

Ginny said...

What a beautiful and graceful picture. A nice start to my Saturday!

Anonymous said...

WOW!! What a BEAUTIFUL holy card. One of my favorites. Mary is a huge part of my life. I also collect Mary statues. As a matter of fact I found a GORGEOUS one yesterday at a garage sale. I LOVE it!! Blessings to all~JMJ~Lisa S

Anonymous said...

Thankyou, Micki, for this serene and lovely holy card of Our Lady. I also love the quote.

Diane S.

marion said...

What a beautiful image of Our Blessed Lady - makes me think of the the Memorare.

Micki said...

diddleymaz - Yes, if only we all would listen more to the Holy Spirit.

Ginny -"Graceful picture"....I like that description.

Lisa - Congratulations on finding a beautiful new statue for your collection of Mary.....hey, maybe SHE found you!

Diane - "Serene"....now there's a peaceful word for Mary....great choice.

marion - It's interesting to read you were reminded of the "Memorare"...a beautiful prayer for a beautiful mother.

Amy said...

beautiful prayer.

Anonymous said...

Friends,

Sorry that I forgot to translate this card yesterday.

Here is the meaning of the French words:

"Mary, your name itself is a prayer, a sign of peace and of pardon, of mercy and of hope."

John
PS: August 2 is the day of commemoration of Mary as Our Lady of the Angels.

zetor said...

Beautiful card and prayer.

Micki said...

Amy - St. Alphonsus Liguori
deserves all the thanks.

John - I apologize for keeping you so busy with all these translations. Thank you dear friend.

zetor - So glad you stopped by. Thanks for leaving a comment.