Prayer in honor of the second sorrow of Mary: The Flight into Egypt Most sorrowful Mother, your Mother’s heart brimmed over with sorrow at the hate of Herod for your innocent Son. To save Him from the king’s jealousy, you had to flee with Him to Egypt. Your heart also suffered at seeing the suffering of […]Read More Second and Third…
In honor of the First Sorrow: the Prophecy of Simeon Most Sorrowful Mother, grief filled was your heart when, on offering your divine Son at the temple, Holy Simeon foretold that a sword would pierce your soul. There and then you knew you would suffer with Jesus. Queen of Martyrs, let me unite my heart to […]Read More First Sorrow:…
I greet you O Mary, Immaculate Virgin, Queen of heaven and earth, sure refuge of the sinner I am.Hail Mary, Beloved Daughter of the Father, Mother of the Son, faithful Spouse of the Holy Spirit.Secure in your hands, I renew my baptismal promises and through you I give myself entirely to Jesus Christ, my King, […]Read More Happy Feast of the Nativity of Mary!
Prayer of Saint John Vianney O most holy Virgin, Mary, who evermore stands before the most holy Trinity, and to whom it is granted at all times to pray for us to your most beloved Son; pray for me in all my necessities; help me, protect me, and obtain for me the pardon of all […]Read More First Saturday: September 2019
“Many believe in Me, but few believe in My love . . . and among those who do, too few rely on My mercy. . . . Many know Me as their God, but how few trust in Me as their Father.” From the Way of Divine Love Find the First Friday Devotions: HERERead More First Friday: September 2019
I hear often the frustration that Catholics have – or it is seen all over social media (in good ways and bad) – regarding the use of the rainbow in the gay agenda. And, yes, we tend to cringe at the flags and the themed merchandise…it’s everywhere. For years, I’ve been wanting to figure out […]Read More The Noah Initiative
We are celebrating this Feast and the 4th Anniversary of this blog with a new layout. We are excited for this fresh new look which has provided an opportunity to tidy up some aspects that had become a bit cluttered. We hope you enjoy it and thank you for your continued readership as we celebrate […]Read More Happy Feast of the Assumption of Mary!