2016 Forum Consecration to Jesus through Mary

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  1. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    True Devotion to Mary

    At long last! Note: If at all possible try to go to confession at least within the octave of your consecration (8 days before or after).
    The Day of Consecration

    "At the end of the three weeks", says St. Louis De Montfort, "they shall go to confession and to Communion, with the intention of giving themselves to Jesus Christ in the quality of slaves of love, by the hands of Mary. After Communion, which they should try to make according to the method given further on [See TD # 266], they should recite the formula of their consecration, which they will also find further on. They ought to write it, or have it written, unless they have a printed copy of it; and they should sign it the same day they have made it. it would be well also that on that day they should pay some tribute to Jesus Christ and our Blessed Lady, either as a penance for their past unfaithfulness to the vows of their Baptism or as a testimony of their dependence on the dominion of Jesus and Mary. This tribute ought to be according to the devotion and ability of everyone, such as a fast, a mortification2 an alms or a candle. if they had but a pin to give in homage, yet gave it with good heart, it would be enough for Jesus, who looks only at one's good will. Once a year at least, on the same day, they should renew the same consecration, observing the same practices during the three weeks. They might also once a month, or even once a day, renew all they have done, in these few words: 'I AM ALL THINE AND ALL I HAVE BELONGS TO THEE, O MY SWEET JESUS THROUGH MARY, THY HOLY MOTHER."

    Consecration to Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Wisdom, through the Blessed Virgin Mary

    O Eternal and incarnate Wisdom! 0 sweetest and most adorable Jesus! True God and true man, only Son of the Eternal Father, and of Mary, always virgin! I adore Thee profoundly in the bosom and splendors of Thy Father during eternity; and I adore Thee also in the virginal bosom of Mary, Thy most worthy Mother, in the time of Thine incarnation.

    I give Thee thanks for that Thou hast annihilated Thyself, taking the form of a slave in order to rescue me from the cruel slavery of the devil. I praise and glorify Thee for that Thou hast been pleased to submit Thyself to Mary, Thy holy Mother, in all things, in order to make me Thy faithful slave through her. But, alas! Ungrateful and faithless as I have been, I have not kept the promises which I made so solemnly to Thee in my Baptism; I have not fulfilled my obligations; I do not deserve to be called Thy child, nor yet Thy slave; and as there is nothing in me which does not merit Thine anger and Thy repulse, I dare not come by myself before Thy most holy and august Majesty. It is on this account that I have recourse to the intercession of Thy most holy Mother, whom Thou hast given me for a mediatrix with Thee. It is through her that I hope to obtain of Thee contrition, the pardon of my sins, and the acquisition and preservation of wisdom.

    Hail, then, 0 immaculate Mary, living tabernacle of the Divinity, where the Eternal Wisdom willed to be hidden and to be adored by angels and by men! Hail, 0 Queen of Heaven and earth, to whose empire everything is subject which is under God. Hail, 0 sure refuge of sinners, whose mercy fails no one. Hear the desires which I have of the Divine Wisdom; and for that end receive the vows and offerings which in my lowliness I present to thee.

    I; (Name), a faithless sinner, renew and ratify today in thy hands the vows of my Baptism; I renounce forever Satan, his pomps and works; and I give myself entirely to Jesus Christ, the Incarnate Wisdom, to carry my cross after Him all the days of my life, and to be more faithful to Him than I have ever been before. In the presence of all the heavenly court I choose thee this day for my Mother and Mistress. I deliver and consecrate to thee, as thy slave, my body and soul, my goods, both interior and exterior, and even the value of all my good actions, past, present and future; leaving to thee the entire and full right of disposing of me, and all that belongs to me, without exception, according to thy good pleasure, for the greater glory of God in time and in eternity.

    Receive, 0 benignant Virgin, this little offering of my slavery, in honor of, and in union with, that subjection which the Eternal Wisdom deigned to have to thy maternity; in homage to the power which both of you have over this poor sinner, and in thanksgiving for the privileges with which the Holy Trinity has favored thee. I declare that I wish henceforth, as thy true slave, to seek thy honor and to obey thee in all things.

    O admirable Mother, present me to thy dear Son as His eternal slave, so that as He has redeemed me by thee, by thee He may receive me! 0 Mother of mercy, grant me the grace to obtain the true Wisdom of God; and for that end receive me among those whom thou lovest and teachest, whom thou leadest, nourishest and protectest as thy children and thy slaves.

    0 faithful Virgin, make me in all things so perfect a disciple, imitator and slave of the Incarnate Wisdom, Jesus Christ thy Son, that I may attain, by thine intercession and by thine example, to the fullness of His age on earth and of His glory in Heaven. Amen.

    Sign your name here..


    Note: You may wish to begin to wear a scapular now as a sign of your consecration. It is Our Lady's "livery", her uniform so to speak.

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  2. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    33 Days to Morning Glory

    DAY OF CONSECRATION: A Glorious New Morning

    Before Consecration
    Congratulations! You've made it to Consecration Day. Now get ready for a gloriously new morning in your spiritual life. Of course, you're already ready. You've been faithfully preparing for this moment for the last 33 days. So here are just three things I recommend by way of final preparation: (1) Make a good confession — but if you don't have time to do so before the consecration, then from your heart tell the Lord you're sorry for your sins, and make a resolution to go to confession as soon as you reasonably can. (2) Write out or print up the prayer of consecration, so you can sign it after you've recited it. (3) Get a miraculous medal to wear around your neck as a sign of your consecration — or at least keep one in your purse or wallet. (See explanation of the miraculous medal in Appendix Two [available in the book 33 Days to Morning Glory].) Again, these three things are recommendations. They're not essential to the consecration.

    Prayer of Consecration
    Okay, so you're ready to make your consecration. Now you'll need the right prayer. You can use either the one that follows, one from the saints, or one that you write yourself. Whatever prayer you use, I recommend that you recite it after attending Mass or even after receiving Holy Communion (if there's time). If you can't get to Mass, you can still make the consecration — Mass is highly recommended but not essential. With or without Mass, after you recite the consecration prayer, I suggest that you sign it, date it, and keep it in a safe place. (When I renew my consecration annually, I like to recite the prayer from the original copy and then sign and date it again.) Anyway, once again, here's the 33 Days to Morning Glory Prayer of Consecration that summarizes the main ideas of our four Marian giants:

    I, ____________, a repentant sinner, renew and ratify today in your hands, O Immaculate Mother, the vows of my Baptism. I renounce Satan and resolve to follow Jesus Christ even more closely than before.

    Mary, I give you my heart. Please set it on fire with love for Jesus. Make it always attentive to his burning thirst for love and for souls. Keep my heart in your most pure Heart that I may love Jesus and the members of his Body with your own perfect love.

    Mary, I entrust myself totally to you: my body and soul, my goods, both interior and exterior, and even the value of all my good actions. Please make of me, of all that I am and have, whatever most pleases you. Let me be a fit instrument in your immaculate and merciful hands for bringing the greatest possible glory to God. If I fall, please lead me back to Jesus. Wash me in the blood and water that flow from his pierced side, and help me never to lose my trust in this fountain of love and mercy.

    With you, O Immaculate Mother — you who always do the will of God — I unite myself to the perfect consecration of Jesus as he offers himself in the Spirit to the Father for the life of the world. Amen.

    After Consecration
    What comes after we make our Marian consecration? Lots of grace and a gloriously new morning! But as morning turns into day, we may begin to wonder how we should live out our consecration. Do we just make it once and then forget about it? No. The following three points will help us live it out to the full: renewal, attitude, and devotion.

    Saint Louis de Montfort recommends that we renew our consecration at least once a year on the same day, though he would encourage us to renew it even more frequently. Pope John Paul renewed his consecration to Mary every day. For daily renewal, we can use the same full formula that we recite on Consecration Day or we can pray a shorter version such as this one:

    Mary, my Mother, I give myself totally to you as your possession and property. Please make of me, of all that I am and have, whatever most pleases you. Let me be a fit instrument in your immaculate and merciful hands for bringing the greatest possible glory to God.

    Another way to renew and even deepen our Marian consecration is by making this retreat, 33 Days to Morning Glory, with a group (or groups) from your parish. The group retreat, which includes a retreat companion and accompanying DVD, is a great way to enrich our understanding of Marian consecration. The group retreat also happens to be the first stage of an evangelization and faith-formation initiative called Hearts Afire: Parish-based Programs from the Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception. To learn more about this group retreat, see the information pages at the end of this book .

    How should we live out our consecration? What kind of "Marian attitude" should we have? This is difficult to explain fully, and it will vary from person to person. Even our four saints differ in the way they express it. Still, they share the essentials.

    Saint Louis de Montfort says that it's not enough to give ourselves to Mary just once and then be on our way. He believes we need to enter into the spirit of consecration, which requires an interior dependence on Mary. In other words, he explains that we should do everything "with Mary, in Mary, through Mary, and for Mary"119 so as to do it all the more perfectly with Jesus, in Jesus, through Jesus, and for Jesus. De Montfort homes in especially on the "with Mary" idea and describes it using language that St. Maximilian Kolbe will later adopt:

    The essential practice of this devotion is to perform all our actions with Mary. ... We must have habitual recourse to our Lady, becoming one with her and adopting her intentions ... . In other words, we must become an instrument in Mary's hands for her to act in us and do with us what she pleases, for the greater glory of her Son; and through Jesus for the greater glory of the Father. In this way, we pursue our interior life and make spiritual progress only in dependence on Mary.

    While Kolbe describes his consecration to Mary in a way similar to this citation ("instrument in Mary's hands"), he believes that "no fixed formula exists" for living the consecration. He thinks that Mary herself needs to teach us what it means: "I don't know anything, either in theory and still less in practice, about how one can serve the Immaculata ... . She alone must instruct each one of us at every moment, [and] lead us ... ." To receive Mary's instructions, we need to turn to her "through humble prayer" and reflect on "the loving experience" of her intercession in our daily lives. In sum, for Kolbe, we learn the attitude of consecration by relying on Mary's powerful intercession, experiencing her tender care, speaking to her from our hearts, letting ourselves be led by her, having recourse to her in all things, and trusting her completely. Also, Kolbe would say that our consecration to Mary should give us an apostolic spirit that seeks to inspire others to make the consecration. For, as we learned earlier, Marian consecration is not just the quickest, easiest, and surest way to holiness for you and for me but for everyone, and thus, it's the most efficient way to bring the whole world to God in Christ.

    For Blessed Mother Teresa, the living out of Marian consecration is essentially an attitude of the heart. More specifically, it's a living with and in Mary's Immaculate Heart. This attitude is described in detail in her "consecration covenant," which we read earlier. Moreover, the context for her entire consecration is found in a kind of compassion on Jesus who thirsts for love and for souls. So, for Mother Teresa, the attitude of living the consecration is one of allowing Mary to bring us to the Cross of Jesus, of letting her quiet us so we can hear Jesus' painful thirst, and of asking her to teach us to console Jesus with her own pure love.

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  3. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    Pope John Paul II finds the core of how we should live out our entrustment to Mary in words from the Gospel of John, "And from that hour the disciple took her to his own home" (Jn 19:27). In other words, he understands the attitude of entrustment as bringing Mary into everything that makes up one's inner life. As the "Pope of Suffering," he also gives a "co- redemptive" emphasis to his theology of Marian entrustment. He does this when he points out that she who was most fully united to Christ in his redemptive consecration of himself on the Cross helps us to unite ourselves to this same consecration. In other words, Mary helps us to "offer up" our own crosses; she reminds us not to waste our suffering; and she gives us the courage to be "co-redeemers" with Christ (see Col 1:24) — of course, in a way that is subordinate and united to Christ. What we see in all these saints and blesseds, however they express it, is that we should draw close to Mary, lovingly depend on her, speak to her from our hearts, have confidence in her powerful intercession, and share with her our joys, sorrows, and sufferings. Having said this, being consecrated to Mary is not based on feelings or even a constant mindfulness of Mary, as beautiful as such mindfulness is. According to St. Maximilian Kolbe, the proper attitude of those who are consecrated to Mary flows not so much from reason or emotions but from the will:

    t is not at all necessary that the thought of the Immaculata should occur to [one's] mind ... for the essence of our union with her does not consist in thought, memory, or sentiment, but in our will.

    I continue to say: we belong to her even if we do not constantly repeat this concrete offering [of a particular action to her], because we consecrated ourselves to her once, and we have never taken back our consecration.

    [E]ven when we are not thinking of it ... [Mary] directs every one of our actions, prearranges all the circumstances, repairs the damage of our falls and leads us lovingly toward heaven, and through us she is pleased to implant good ideas, sentiments, and examples everywhere in order to save souls and lead them to the good Jesus.

    So, while St. Louis de Montfort says, "We must never go to our Lord except through Mary," Kolbe teaches us that this going through her does not always have to be a conscious act. He would surely say that it's a good thing to explicitly turn to Mary, but it's not necessary to do this every time we turn to Jesus. He believes that once we've consecrated ourselves to Mary and develop an habitual dependence on her, we always do go to Jesus with her, even if we're not thinking of it. It's like this: Let's say a husband loves his wife and has to leave for a business trip, far from home. While he's travelling, meeting with clients, and filling out reports, his wife is still with him, in his heart, even if he's not explicitly thinking of her. So it is with us when Mary is in our hearts.

    When we're fully consecrated to Mary, when we've developed a relationship of childlike dependence on her motherly care, she's always with us whenever we pray, just as Jesus is always with us whenever we pray to the Father. This latter point is true, for example, even if we don't explicitly turn to Jesus when we say, "Our Father." Kolbe's main idea here is that the Father, the Son, and Mary, who is always united with the Holy Spirit (while remaining a creature), do not live along parallel lines. Rather, Jesus, Mary, and the Holy Spirit are always united together in one movement "upward" to the Father, and whenever we turn to one of them, we join all of them in their one upward movement. In other words, they're not in competition; they don't take away from each other. Rather, they form a unity and work as a team — though with different roles — to bring all back to the Father.

    I'd like to emphasize one important point before we conclude: While it's true that the effects of Marian consecration hold even when we're not thinking about Mary, living the consecration does require some effort. After all, deep relationships require communication and work, and this definitely applies to our relationship with Mary. The "communication" part refers to developing a loving dependence on her and turning to her in prayer, which we've already learned about in this section and about which we'll learn even more in the next. The "work" part refers to avoiding sin, which breaks both Jesus' and Mary's Hearts. Let me be clear: To be fully consecrated to Mary does not mean we won't still sin. However, it does mean that we should have a sincere resolution to avoid at least all mortal sin and that we should truly strive to grow in virtue and holiness. This is such a crucial part of Marian consecration that, as you'll recall, de Montfort begins his prayer of consecration with a renewal of our baptismal promises to reject Satan (sin) and follow Jesus Christ more closely.

    In conclusion, if we're fully consecrated to Mary, then she works in our lives, augments our good works, and cares for us and our loved ones even when we don't have recourse to her. Moreover, with the Holy Spirit, she leads us to Jesus regardless of whether or not we're thinking of her. Such is the power of her motherhood. Such is the power of Marian consecration! Because of the greatness of this gift, we should strive all the more to unite ourselves with Mary and aim to do everything through her, with her, and in her. At least out of gratitude, we should make it our aim to have an attitude of growing mindfulness of and dependence on her. Yet there should be more at work here than just trying to be grateful to Mary. For the more we belong to her, the more she can use us to accomplish God's most perfect will. Indeed, the more we unite ourselves to Mary the more she can bring us into the deepest possible intimacy with Jesus. This is a mystery that she herself will teach us, a lesson we'll learn more from the experience of her loving care than from studying it in books.

    To help us deepen our attitude of loving dependence on Mary, it's a good idea to practice Marian devotions, especially those that are most connected to Marian consecration. Preeminent among these is the Rosary.

    The Rosary fosters in us the attitude that I just described in the previous section. When we pray the Rosary, our focus should be on the mysteries of the life of Jesus. Yet the "Hail Marys," which faithfully flow in the background, foster in us the habitual attitude of being with Mary even as we're going to Jesus. In other words, even if we aren't thinking of the words of each Hail Mary, the words are still there, helping us to contemplate Christ. For a full treatment of the Rosary, see Appendix Two [available in the book 33 Days to Morning Glory].

    Other Marian devotions treated in Appendix Two are the scapular, miraculous medal, Chaplet of the 10 Evangelical Virtues, and the Chaplet of the Seven Sorrows. Marian devotions not treated in Appendix Two but that deserve mention and a brief description are novenas, icons, pilgrimages, feast days, confraternities, and spiritual reading.

    NOVENAS. From the Latin word "novem," meaning nine, a novena is typically a nine-day period of prayer to obtain special graces or to implore particular petitions. Novenas tend to convey a sense of urgency. Prayed every day for nine days, the prayer can be as simple as a single Hail Mary or as elaborate as the Litany of Loreto. (See Appendix One for this prayer [available in the book 33 Days to Morning Glory].) Sometimes, an intention is so urgent that we don't have nine days beforehand to pray. For instance, maybe you've just been granted a job interview, but it's scheduled for this afternoon! Well, you might try Blessed Mother Teresa's "flying novena," whereby one prays nine Memorare's in a row. (For the text of the Memorare prayer, see Appendix One [available in the book 33 Days to Morning Glory].) Mother Teresa would often pray this novena whenever big problems or difficulties arose that needed an immediate dose of great grace. It's reported that she often experienced miraculous effects by praying it.

    ICONS. Icons, or any tasteful images or representations of Jesus, Mary, the angels, or the saints, serve to turn our minds and hearts to God as they remind us of his presence and the loving intercession of Mary, the angels, and the saints. In 787, the Second Council of Nicea declared that holy images (including those of Mary) are to be used and venerated. When we venerate an image (be it a picture, statue, etc.), we're showing a sign of reverence toward the person whom the image represents. In our busy lives, placing pictures of Mary in our homes and even in our cars can remind us that she is always with us. We can also keep our favorite prayer cards in a pocket or purse. If you'd like to purchase a prayer card with the image from the cover of this book, please see the ad at the back [available in the book 33 Days to Morning Glory].

    P ILGRIMAGES. Pilgrimages lead us from the everyday rhythm and distractions of life to a graced place of prayer and encounter with the Lord. There are many Marian shrines and pilgrimage destinations around the U.S. and the world.

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  4. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    wow, now that's what I call a glorious day!! Approved apparition site...Holy doors...communion...confession...consecration....it truly does not get any better than that!! What a blessed day! You will be floating on air by the end of the day :LOL:
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  5. Indy

    Indy Praying

    What a glorious sunny warm May day for consecration here in the West coast of Ireland. Well done everyone, here's to a long=eternal, faithful and joyful and loving slavery.

    Thanks for all the great posts and useful text to read during this consecration, it helped each day to know there were others on this road also and to read the great works.
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  6. Mario

    Mario Powers

    Amen! It's always wonderful to have company!:)

    Safe in the Hearts of Jesus and Mary!
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  7. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    Happy Fatima day.

    Congratulations all you new and renewed servants of the Lord, under the Consecrations to a life of loving slavery under the mantle of our most August Heavenly Queen, Mistress and loving Heavenly Mother Mary.

    Just to share a lovely blessed coincidence that happened this time.

    Last Saturday morning during Holy Mass, our Parish Priest allowed an ordained Deacon to give the sermon. He introduced him as Father Francis. This Deacon is a convert from another Christian Faith. I asked the Parish Priest in confession, is Father Francis a new Priest. He told me he will be very soon. :)

    Anyway, for the first time in years, Father Francis gave us a sermon on Our Lady, and in particular Consecration to Mary in the Luis De Monteford style. :love:

    I was amazed, and in confession asked our Parish Priest to thank Father Francis, and that I was in the process of the 33 day preparation for Consecration, which was the case at last Saturday. What a lovely blessing in our age when we never hear sermons on Mary. This one made up for all the times we never hear Blessed Mother honoured from the pulpit. Praise God. :)
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  8. Florida Panther

    Florida Panther Jesus through Mary

    Thank you so much Potato Sack! Rosary and Mass this morning, Friday mornings there is Adoration in our Chapel so I proclaimed my consecration in front of the Blessed Sacrament! I was also able to have one of our Priests bless my Miraculous Medal and Brown Scapular which I've been wearing but waiting on having them Blessed until today!

    Glorious Day!
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  9. Charity

    Charity Mercy

    Happy Consecration Day to all my forum family! We can truly say we did it with Mary, in Mary, through Mary to the Sacred Heart of our Beloved.
    This is the third year in a row I have made the consecration and this year was very different. One would expect the third experience to be easier, more flowing than the times before. But for me this time was the most difficult of all. I had such aridity in prayer, such obstacles in many ways to fully particpate and complete the devotion each day. I cannot determine why it was this way, but I have to trust that Mary knows my heart, my intentions, and somehow is pleased with perseverance to completion of Consecration even though the method in which it was done was askew. Thank you to all who posted or commented in any capacity- I dont think I could have done it without all of you.
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  10. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    It is a Glorious New Morning!

    And so today we have completed our journey to consecration day. Today 30 members of the forum completes our 33 day preparation and are consecrating ourselves to Mary. Praise God for this great group to complete this journey with! Some of us are re-consecrating ourselves and some of us are doing this for the first time, some are making journeys to special shrines or apparition sites to perform our act of consecration and some of us will do this in our bedrooms....regardless today begins or re-starts a wonderful new way of life, as Fr. Michael Gaitely describes below:

    A new way of life in Christ. The act of consecrating oneself to Jesus through Mary marks the beginning of a gloriously new day, a new dawn, a brand new morning in one's spiritual journey. It's a fresh start, and it changes everything.

    So let us continue to hold our heavenly mother's hand and continue to let her transform us and re-arrange our lives in ways that are pleasing to her. And may we follow her as she leads us directly to her son, praying and trusting all the way. May we all be fruitful slaves to Mary, always following her lead with promptings from the Holy Spirit. Our new way of life is just beginning or being re-started - Praised be to God and may we live our consecrations well!

    St. Louis de Montfort, pray for us, may we live our consecrations well!
    Mother Angelica, pray for us may we live our consecrations well!

    Our consecration group:

    Florida Panther
    Clare A
    Amazing Grace
    Fatima and family
    Denise P
    Woman Clothed with the Sun
    Kathy K
  11. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    congratulations on your perseverance! Each year usually presents some challenge...as buckethead never makes the journey easy for us and tries to hinder us in one way or another. so happy the day is here!
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  12. Katfalls

    Katfalls Powers

    Absolutely amazing day for me! Praise be Jesus Christ now and forever. Thank you Mary my Mother.
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  13. DonnaS

    DonnaS Guest

    I went to confession and made my Consecration today in front of Jesus in the Tabernacle.....I could not make mass today but as a school nurse made many missions of mercy today :) I did the 33 days to Merciful Love Consecration with Fr Gaitley and it was phenomenal.
  14. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    I wonder if anyone would like to start the 33 day preparation for Consecration to Sacred Heart of Jesus through Immaculate Heart of Mary. We could just get one finished for 8th December. Especially with all that is going on around us. Safe in the hearts of Jesus and Mary. :notworthy:
  15. Sign me in please, Julia :love: And Many thanks!!!
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  16. Amazing Grace

    Amazing Grace Principalities

    I'm in!!!
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  17. PotatoSack

    PotatoSack Powers

    Ok, i will start a new tthread with daily postings as I usually do. I am in the car now getting ready to walk into work so can't start it until tonight. I have not kept up with the Antonio thread so am a bit sceptical but all will become clear very, very soon. nno matter what it is never a bad time to do the consecration and will be happy to start a thread.

    Who is in? let me know :)
  18. Sam

    Sam Powers

    Oh wow, thanks Julia! I was supposed to start yesterday and forgot! I suppose I could do two days today or just do day 33 preparation and the consecration on Dec. 8. Anyway, thank you for the reminder and welcome back{you were missed}!

    Start Nov. 5, finish Dec. 8 There is also a Nov. 9'th start date too.
    Mar 10, 2015#4

    Start Jan 9 - consecration day Feb 11, Our Lady of Lourdes
    Start Feb 20 (or 21 during leap years) - consecration day March 25, The Annunciation
    Start April 10 - consecration day May 13, Our Lady of Fatima
    Start April 28 - consecration day May 31, the Visitation
    Start June 13 - consecration day July 16, Our Lady of Mt. Carmel
    Start July 13 - consecration day August 15, The Assumption
    Start July 20 - consecration day August 22, Queenship of Mary
    Start Aug 6 - consecration day Sept 8, Nativity of Mary
    Start Aug 10 - consecration day Sept 12, Holy Name of Mary
    Start Aug 13 - consecration day Sept 15, Our Lady of Sorrows
    Start Sept 4 - consecration day Oct 7, Our Lady of the Rosary
    Start Oct 19 - consecration day Nov 21, Presentation of Mary
    Start Nov 5 - consecration day Dec 8, Immaculate Conception
    Start Nov 9 - consecration day Dec 12, Our Lady of Guadalupe
    Start Nov 29 - consecration day Jan 1, Mother of God
    Start Dec 31 - consecration day Feb 2, Presentation of the Lord
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  19. Sam

    Sam Powers

    IN! We can always count on you! Thank you PS!
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  20. Julia

    Julia Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

    IN too. I am going back to the beginning of this thread to get the first few days prep until PS gets going on the latest Consecration. Bless all you lovely little prayer Warriors. You make an ould womans' heart happy. LOL
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