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Mary Our Spiritual Mother, Leads Us to Jesus!

Holy Spirit, Jesus, & Mary, Lead us to God …GodMindfulness

The Most Blessed Virgin Mary ask’s Prayer, Penance, Eucharist..GODMINDFULNESS

…above all else you might learn from my blog, PRAY THE ROSARY DAILY

“so much of the Godly actions around Prayer and Penance, are a matter of attitude; they do not require a burden of extra time, as much as they require consciously embracing a God-Mindfulness attitude, while completing our daily activities.” The marytojesus.com blog is also the godmindfulness.com blog. MTJ

I believe what is important is to Pray the Rosary at least once daily, and enter into a special communication with our Blessed Mother. THE PRAYING of the ROSARY OPENS a COMMUNICATION channel between our Soul and Mary’s to Jesus. The Rosary is one of the most powerful tools the world has ever seen, to bring Jesus and Mary into our life and cast out Satan and all his influencers. /Mary to Jesus blogger


Image is St Bridget (Brigitta, Brigitta, Birgite) 1302-1373. Daughter of Birger, Prince of Sweden. Wrote Revelations, translated into various languages. Bridget was Foundress of the Brigittine Rosary. The Trinity of God the Father, Son and Holy Ghost appear above the saint. 19th century French coloured woodcut

Prayer Penance Eucharist

What Mary and Jesus Ask!

PPE for the Soul

During the Pandemic and for a long time in Health Care, the concept of using masks, gloves and gowns or Personal Protective Equipment, to protect our bodies from exposure to bacteria, viruses and other pathogens transmitted by fluids or air has been well known.

Prayer, Penance and the Eucharist could be thought of as Personal Pprotective Eequipment for our Souls! Protecting our souls from the influences of Satan and potential eternal separation from the glorious life with Jesus, Mary, all Angels and Saints in Heaven.

Prayer is communicating with Jesus and Mary and this is the lifeblood of the Soul!

Penance is the reparations we do to heal our Souls, damaged by sins.

Eucharist is the most intimate encounter of our Souls with Jesus offering sustenance for our souls. Jesus is here right now, around me, with me, but when I encounter His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in the Eucharist, He transforms my human-ness to participate in His Human to Divine nature through His Love!

As Catholics, we encounter Christ directly in the Eucharist, mostly through partaking in the Celebration of the Mass. My focus on the Eucharist assumes an increase in attendance at the Holy Mass, but emphasizes receiving the Eucharist as a highest priority. Further, even if we do not increase our attendance at Mass, once partaking, ‘How could we not receive the Eucharist, Jesus is there, waiting for us!

The Images on this page and their associated descriptions related to Prayer, Penance and the Celebration of the Eucharist, will be reflected upon in future blog posts. The descriptions for Prayer and the Eucharist are self-explanatory. However for instlling a practice of Penance, in our daily life; there is no more powerful focus than contemplating on the Seven Sorrows of Mary. In Mary’s own words: ” “Do not forget me. Consider how much I have suffered.”
Our Lady to St. Bridget”

Mary and Jesus ask that we practice Penance for the sins that we have committed, but also in reparation for the sins that others commit. Through Penance, we ask Mary and Jesus to use the Graces of our actions, to reconcile people that have blinded themselves to Jesus’s Grace and unlimited Love and Mercy.

Margaret Mary Alacoque born in 1647, promoted devotion to Jesus’s most Sacred Heart.

Prayer

Referring to the image of Margaret Mary Alacoque, Margaret Mary is holding Jesus’s most Sacred Heart as He displayed It to her (Jesus appeared to her in numerous visions, displaying to her His Sacred Heart, sometimes burning as a furnace, and sometimes torn and bleeding on account of the coldness and sins of men.) Jesus instructed Mary Margaret to let the world know about the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

On 27 December 1673, the feast of St. John, Margaret Mary said that Jesus had permitted her to rest her head upon His heart, and then disclosed to her the wonders of His love, telling her that He desired to make them known to all mankind and to diffuse the treasures of His goodness, and that He had chosen her for this work. Source

Jesus to St, Margaret Mary re: His Sacred Heart>>>
Our Lady of Seven Sorrows

Penance

Referring to the image of Our Lady of Seven Sorrows: “I gaze upon the children of men to see whether anyone feels compassion for me, and alas, I see but few! …Do not forget me. Consider how much I have suffered.”
Our Lady to St. Bridget

The Seven Sorrows of Mary

  • 1)The Prophecy of Simeon (Luke 2:34-35)
  • 2) The Flight into Egypt (Matthew 2:13-21)
  • 3) The Loss of Jesus for Three Days (Luke 2:41-50)
  • 4) The Carrying of the Cross (John 19:17)
  • 5) The Crucifixion of Jesus (John 19:18-30)
  • 6) Jesus Taken Down from the Cross (John 19:39-40)
  • 7) Jesus Laid in the Tomb (John 19:39-42)
  • Mary promised one of the Kibeho visionaries, “If you say the Rosary of the Seven Sorrows and meditate on it well, you will find the strength you need to repent of your sins and convert your heart. Pray my Seven Sorrows to find repentance.” Source
Eucharist

Eucharist is the most intimate encounter of our Souls with Jesus offering sustenance for our souls. Jesus is here right now, around me, with me, but when I encounter His Body, Blood, Soul and Divinity in the Eucharist, He transforms my human-ness to participate in His Human to Divine nature through His Love!

As Catholics, we encounter Christ directly in the Eucharist, mostly through partaking in the Celebration of the Mass. My focus on the Eucharist assumes an increase in attendance at the Holy Mass, but emphasizes receiving the Eucharist as a highest priority. Further, even if we do not increase our attendance at Mass, once partaking, ‘How could we not receive the Eucharist, Jesus is there, waiting for us!

Eucharist

Jesus Christ acts as a bridge between humanity and divinity. His sacrifice is our continual connection to heaven itself. The point where Jesus touches earth burns with immense love for mankind. And as man elevates the host up towards heaven, the Holy Spirit drips divinity back into the chalice of our receptive hearts. Mary is also a chalice, she is a simple and humble cup who holds divinity within her. And once a chalice holds the blood of divinity, it can never be a normal cup again. We burn illuminated candles and our hearts burn within us as we gaze upon the heart of our Savior. And as the world embraces the sacrifice of their Ultimate Love, Mary’s mantle will wrap around us in an embrace of solace. Source Leanne Bowen, Artist!

The artist’s visual conceptulization of the meaning of the Eucharist is inspiring to me and will be a topic of a future post regarding the urgency of frequently receiving the Eucharist!

Artist Leanne Bowen depiction of the Eucharist. Her studio is on Etsy, QR source below.

Our Lady of Mt Carmel Mary and Jesus both holding the brown scapular

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