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Mary Said Yes. Will We? Pope Francis Consecrates the World to the Heart of Mary Comments

Mary said her yes to God: a yes which threw her simple life in Nazareth into turmoil, and not only once. Any number of times she had to utter a heartfelt yes at moments of joy and sorrow, culminating in the yes she spoke at the foot of the Cross. Here today there are many mothers present; think of the full extent of Mary's faithfulness to God: seeing her only Son hanging on the Cross. The faithful woman, still standing, utterly heartbroken, yet ... Continue Reading

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  1. LRT
    11 months ago

    Pope John Paul II consecrated Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on March, 25, 1984. God chooses specific dates for specific reasons! (Known only to God himself).

  2. Rick Postel
    11 months ago

    Russia not the world .Was it not made clear have our clergy must guard themselves from the Deceiver and not become like the Pharisees.

  3. Fatima
    11 months ago

    Our Lady of Fatima said the consecration would take place, but " it would be late". To clarify what this means, we have to only hear what our Lady of Garabandal said to Conchita about the Warning, which will take place "when Communism returns and is at its worst". Yes, the Consecration of Mary's Immaculate Heart will take place, but Communism is not fully developed in the world and the US, but it is very close.

  4. John Waligorski
    11 months ago

    I would like to know why Pope Francis did not consecrate Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary? Consecrating the world will do nothing. It has been done before and we still do not have peace. Russia is what our Lady wants consecrated. When will we have a Pope who will obey our Lady

  5. rafaelmarie
    11 months ago

    Russia has not been consecrated yet because socialism is still rearing it's ugly head in the United States and the world. - Fr. Isaac Mary Relyea

    I guess we will see if socialism is still rearing it's ugly head after the world wide consecration?

  6. abey
    11 months ago

    "Behold the handmade of the Lord , be it done unto me according to your word" These are words of pure humbleness before the Father. Her ever fragrant Roses are called the First fruits of the Lamb/the Elect of God /The remnant seed of the Woman(Rev. Ch 12). How did they become Her roses - They keep the commandments of God & have the testimony of Jesus, & care not for their own lives (not confirming to this world) & follow the lamb wherever He goes, as His soldiers.. For unto her Roses is herself revealed, her Mystery, this beloved daughter of God.


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