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Securing a Very Special Grace: Church Approves New Messages of Hope in a Darkening World

6/20/2011 - 7:19 AM PST

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'Flame of Love' messages urge the world to embrace Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary

HAVERTOWN, PA (June 20, 2011) - Marian apparitions like the recently Church-approved "Flame of Love" messages have a common thread - an urgent call to prayer for protection, and as a means of achieving perfection, through the Virgin Mary. The Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary, recommended and urged by Pope Benedict XVI and Blessed Pope John Paul II, serves as an ideal way to heed the call.

"The Church-approved 'Flame of Love' messages Our Lady provided to all of us through Elizabeth Kindelmann of Hungary are, together, a call to commitment to Jesus through Mary," said Anthony Mullen, executive director of the Children of the Father Foundation - sponsor of the website. "We are blessed with the opportunity to further that commitment by offering free resources to individuals, parishes and other groups who are interested in learning and completing a perfect renewal of our baptismal vows, and accepting the special grace to strive and imitate Jesus by imitating Mary."

Information on the Church-approved "Flame of Love" messages is available at Information on St. Louis de Montfort's Total Consecration is available at

Elizabeth Kindelmann lived in Hungary from 1913 until 1985. Her personal Spiritual Diary includes a number of messages provided directly to her by the Virgin Mary. The following example includes the urgent call to prayer that has been the foundation of Marian apparitions throughout history:

"Take this flame ... it's the flame of love of my Heart. Ignite your own heart with it, and pass it on to others! This flame full of blessings springing from my Immaculate Heart, and that I am giving you, must go from heart to heart. It will be the great miracle of light blinding Satan. It is the fire of love and concord (harmonious unity). I obtained this grace on your behalf from the Eternal Father by virtue of the five Blessed Wounds of my Divine Son."

"God chose Mary as His vehicle to unite Himself with all humanity through His Son and our Savior, Jesus Christ," Mullen said. "All of her Church-approved messages, like those to Elizabeth Kindelmann, are consistent in their call to commitment to Jesus through her. There is no better way to embrace that commitment than St. Louis' Total Consecration. Our apostolate is dedicated to making that devotion readily available to everyone, and we continue to expand our outreach ... to spread Mary's message of prayer, protection and perfection throughout the world. The longer one waits to embrace the special graces God is offering, the greater chance faithful Catholics will get sucked into the vortex of evil that is spreading and accelerating. In the Flame of Love messages, our Mother states: 'Satan's implacable hatred is increasing to such an extent that he even succeeds in gaining over pious souls.'

"At Fatima," Mullen added, "God requested devotion to Mary's Immaculate Heart. God now is offering a special grace of protection to those willing to accept, embrace and spread His Mother's role and the power given to her Immaculate Heart and the Flame of Love that issues from this Heart, which is so protective of her children God gave to her as Mother under the cross of her Son."

Visit to learn more about the Total Consecration, and to order the free resources for completing it. To request an interview with Anthony Mullen, please contact Tim Lilley at The Maximus Group at 678-990-9032 or

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  1. Roger
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    MANY THANKS and GOD's BLESSINGS to all of you !!!!!

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