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One Minute Reflection – 31 May

One Minute Reflection – 31 May

Mary remained with Elizabeth
about three months
and then returned home……….Luke 1:56

luke 1 56

REFLECTION – “The heart of our good mother Mary is all love and mercy. She desires nothing else but our happiness. We need only have recourse to her and we will be heard.”………..

THE HEART OF OUR GOOD MOTHER-ST JOHN VIANNEY
“Whoever opens his or her heart to the Mother encounters and welcomes the Son and is pervaded by His joy. True Marian devotion never obscures or diminishes faith and love for Jesus Christ Our Saviour, the one Mediator between God and humankind. On the contrary, entrustment to Our Lady is a privileged path, tested by numerous saints, for a more faithful following of the Lord. Consequently, let us entrust ourselves to her with filial abandonment!”  ……….Pope Benedict XVI (2006)

whoever opens his heart - pope benedict

PRAYER – Heavenly Father, let me constantly have recourse to Mary. May she lead me to the happiness of heavenly glory which You shar with Your Son in the unity of the Holy Spirit. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us, lead us, teach us and care for us, now and at the hour of our death, amen.

HOLY MARY MOTHER OF GOD - PRAY FOR US

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