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True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint  from 1941 Ed.
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True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint  from 1941 Ed.
True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint  from 1941 Ed.
True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint  from 1941 Ed.

True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint from 1941 Ed.

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caroln314 Store True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis De Montfort TAN Book Reprint from 1941 Ed. Prev Stop Play Next True Devotion to Mary by Saint Louis De MontfortWith Preparation for Total Consecration Made EasyTan Books and PublishersTranslated by Fr. Frederick Faber, DD, Priest of the OratoryEdited and annotated by The Fathers of the Company of MaryNEW Retypeset Edition with added readings from Douay Rheims Bible and The Imitation of Christ for easy access when doing the "Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary of St. Louis de Montfort." Traditional Readings. Nothing changed.Pages: 301Soft-cover EditionSize: 5 1/2" x 8 1/2" x 1"True Devotion to Mary by St. Louis Marie Grignion De Montfort (1673-1716) is considered to be the greatest single book on the Blessed Virgin Mary ever written. Divinely inspired, it is the classic statement on the spiritual way to Jesus Christ through the Blessed Virgin Mary. Beloved by countless souls, this book sums up the entire Christian life, showing a way of holiness that is short, easy, secure and perfect--a way of life chosen by Our Lord Himself, as explained here by the "Apostle of Mary" Yet, this holy way to Jesus through Mary remains unknown to most Catholics--even to the most devout among Christians. This is due undoubtedly, in large part, by the work of satan, who cannot endure that Mary should be so successful in bringing souls to her Divine Son. In fact, St. Louis De Montfort predicted that the devil would try to bury True Devotion to Mary; and indeed, his precious manuscript lay hidden all during the 1700's and was finally brought to light in the year 1842, when found in a trunk of old books. No Catholic should pass the age of 18 without having read True Devotion to Mary, in fact, the younger the reader, the better to develop this Holy Slavery of Jesus through Mary, or of Mary to Jesus. St. Louis De Montfort prophesied that the True Devotion to Mary would be the way of the Saints of the Latter Days. May God raise up a multitude of such Saints--and may the reader of this book become such a Saint. The more we honor the Blessed Virgin Mary, the more we honor Jesus Christ, because we honor Mary only that we may the more perfectly honor Jesus Christ, since we go to her only as the way by which we are to find the end we are seeking which is Jesus Christ.True Devotion to Mary has several exterior practices of which the following are principal ones: 1) to enroll ourselves in her confraternities and enter her congregations. 2) to join the religious orders instituted in Her honor 3) to proclaim Her praises 4) to give alms, to fast and to undergo outward and inward mortifications in her honor 5) to wear her liveries, such as the Rosary the Scapular or the little chain 6) to recite with attention, devotion and modesty, the Holy Rosary, consisting of fifteen decades of Hail Marys in honor of the 15 principle mysteries of Jesus Christ, or 5 decades, which is l/3 of the Rosary every day. 7) to sing, or have sung spiritual canticles in her honor 8) to make a number of genuflections or reverences, while saying, for example, every morning, sixty or a hundred times, Ave Maria, Virgo Fidelis (Hail Mary, Faithful Virgin), to obtain from God the Graces to be faithful to the graces of God during the day; and then again in the evening, Ave Maria, Mater Misericordiae (Hail Mary, Mother of Mercy) to ask pardon of God through her for the sins that we have committed during the day; 9) to take care of her confraternities, to adorn her altars, to crown and ornament her images; 10) to carry her images or have them carried in processions and to carry a picture or an image of her about our own persons, as a mighty arm against the evil spirit; 11) to have copies of her name or picture made and placed in churches, or in houses, or on the gates and entrances into cities, churches and houses; 12) to consecrate ourselves to her in a special and solemn manner.But after all, I loudly protest that, having read nearly all the books which profess to treat of devotion to Our Lady, and having conversed familiarly with the best and wisest of men of these latter times, I have never known nor heard of any practice of devotion toward her at all equal to the one which I now wish to unfold; demanding from the soul, as it does, more sacrifices for God, ridding the soul more of itself and of its self-love, keeping it more faithfully in grace and grace more faithfully in it, uniting it more perfectly and more easily to Jesus Christ, and finally being more glorious to God, more sanctifying to the soul and more useful to our neighbor than any other of the devotions to her.As the essential of this devotion consists in the interior which it ought to form, it will not be equally understood by everybody. Some will stop at what is exterior in it, and will go no further, and these will be the greatest number. Some, in small number, will enter into its inward spirit; but they will only mount one step. Who will mount to the second step? Who will get as far as the third? Lastly, who will so advance as to make this devotion his habitual state? He alone to whom the Spirit of Jesus Christ shall have revealed this secret, the faultlessly faithful soul whom He shall conduct there Himself, to advance from virtue to virtue, from grace to grace, from light to light, until he arrives at the transformation of himself into Jesus Christ, and to the plenitude of His age on earth and of His glory in Heaven. -- St. Louis De MontfortView My FeedbackView My Other Items For SaleVisit My eCRATER StoreAdd me to your Favorite SellersPlease do not make payments on Sundays or Holy Days of Obligation. 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