Hail, Holy Queen of Heaven and earth; Co-redemptrix with Christ; Mediatrix of all Grace and Mercy; Advocate for the People of God; Woman clothed with the Sun (cf. Rev 12:1); Spouse of the Holy Spirit; and Spiritual Mother of all humanity (cf. Jn 19:26); we, the Apostles of Light of your Immaculate Heart, come before you this day to renew, through, with and in that same glorious Heart, the solemn vows made at our baptism. We firmly reject Satan, the ancient serpent (cf. Rev 12:9), the Father of Lies, and a murderer from the beginning (cf. Jn 8:44), whose head, swollen with pride, shall be crushed beneath your heel (cf. Gen 3:15), and of whose poison cup we refuse to drink; we reject this world and its vanities, of which the devil is prince (cf. Jn 12:31); finally, we reject every form of impurity of mind, body and spirit.
In the presence of the Most High Triune God and His cloud of heavenly witnesses (cf. Heb 12:1-2), the angels and saints, we take you, O Blessed Virgin Mary, as our Spiritual Mother (cf. Jn 19:26); and, taking to heart what has been said of you – “she will meet him as an honourable mother, and will receive him as a wife married of a virgin. With the bread of life…she shall feed him, and give him the water of wholesome wisdom to drink: and she shall be made strong in him, and he shall not be moved” (cf. Sir 15:1-2) – we hereby espouse your Immaculate Heart, offering to you, O Mary, our little Hearts, so full of sin and self-love; that you, who cannot and will not be outdone in liberality and generosity, might meet us in the same spirit and offer to us your own Immaculate Heart. Furthermore, may we participate in your own fullness of grace, and be clothed with the myriad virtues that adorn the glorious temple of your Holy Heart. Please obtain for us a deep, ever-increasing spousal intimacy of life with you, in order that by being ever more united with, and conformed to, your Immaculate Heart, we might become increasingly united with, and conformed to, the Sacred and Eucharistic Heart of Our Lord, Jesus Christ – your Son and our Lord – such that we might adore His Heart with the perfect, unadulterated and immaculate love of your own Immaculate Heart, and thereby be found pleasing in His sight.
Thus, we solemnly entrust and consecrate to you, O Immaculate Virgin Mary, in our abject misery, poverty, weakness, sinfulness and nothingness, everything that we are and have, just as we are, without reserve: body, soul, intellect, will and emotions; all of our interior and exterior goods and possessions; and even the satisfactory, meritorious value of all our good works – past, present and future – for you to dispose of according to the designs of your Immaculate Heart, in anticipation of the promised Triumph of your Immaculate Heart in the Church and the world, and in preparation for the long-awaited establishment of the holy city, the new Jerusalem, that shall come down out of heaven, and through which all creation shall return to the perfect glorification of God, Who shall establish His glorious dwelling amongst men (cf. Rev 21:2-3).
Like lambs led to the slaughter who open not their mouths (cf. Acts 8:32), we place ourselves and the spiritual sacrifice of our prayers, works, joys, and especially our sufferings – of this day and of our entire lives – on the altar of your Immaculate Heart. Please, Holy Mother, unite us and our offerings to Jesus and His perfect offering of Himself, renewed this day and everyday, throughout the world, from the rising of the sun to its setting, in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass. As members of Christ’s Mystical Body and participants in His Royal Priesthood, a dignity and office bestowed upon all the baptized, may our daily participation in the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass be the center of our day and the center of our lives. As the true re-presentation of the once-for-all sacrifice accomplished by Christ on Calvary, may we be ever-increasingly aware of this truly awesome reality in which we participate, and by which we are united and sanctified.
Thus, we offer this sacrifice in a profound act of glorification, adoration, gratitude, reparation and supplication to the Most Holy Trinity; for the intentions and the consolation of the Two Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary; for the Church’s solemn recognition and definition of Your Spiritual Motherhood, Mary; for the Holy Father and his intentions; for all bishops, priests, deacons and religious of the One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic Church; for an increase in vocations to the holy, ministerial priesthood of Christ Jesus; for all God’s priestly people; and for the salvation of all souls until the end of time.
In imitation of Christ, your dearly beloved Son, “the firstborn of all creation” (cf. Col 1:15), we humbly request that the chalice of suffering might be taken from us (cf. Lk 22:42); yet, with Christ and in imitation of you, O Holy Virgin, we ultimately submit our unconditional and irrevocable fiat to the Divine Will, as we echo Christ’s prayer of obedient resignation: “Father, if thou wilt, remove this chalice from me: but yet not my will, but thine be done” (Lk 22:42); and we patiently accept, in advance, those unavoidable crosses and sufferings that the Divine Heart of God, in His infinite and inscrutable wisdom, has pre-ordained for each; understanding that the salvation of the many is contingent upon the sanctification of the few. O Mother and Mediatrix of all Grace and Mercy, may we truly participate in Your fullness of Grace and be clothed with your own heroic virtues of faith, hope, charity, purity, humility, poverty of spirit, littleness, hiddenness, fortitude, and that perfect resignation of will necessary to deny our very selves, pick up our crosses daily, and follow Jesus (cf. Lk 9:23) on the narrow path of evangelical poverty, chastity and obedience; bearing witness to our faith in Christ and His Holy Gospel in all of our thoughts, words and deeds, even to the point of the shedding of our blood, should we be called to wear the holy crown of martyrdom.
And when our mission on this earth has been accomplished, we pray that, through the most powerful intercession of St. Joseph, Universal Patron and Patron of the Dying, we too might be personally escorted, by Jesus and Mary, to the throne of the Thrice Holy Godhead; that the Eternal Father, seeing reproduced in our souls the image of His crucified Christ, might invite us to the Eternal Banquet, the heavenly wedding feast of the Lamb and His Bride, the Church (cf. Rev 19:9). Furthermore, having comprised the humble “heel” of the Mystical Body used by you, Mary, to crush the head of the ancient serpent (cf. Gen: 3:15), may we, one day, make up bright, shining stars in the crown about your Most Immaculate Heart (cf. Rev 12:1). And may we behold He Who is, Who was, and Who shall be for all eternity, participating in the merits of the angels and saints in paradise and in the eternal chorus of praise, glory, wisdom, thanks, honor, power and might to our God forever and ever (cf. Rev 7:12). Amen.
by Jayson Brunelle
In this Year of Mercy, 2016, Our Lord and Our Lady have brought it about that on March 25th, which is the fixed celebration of the Solemnity of the Annunciation and, by extension, is a celebration of the very beginning of Christ’s salvific work, we will additionally celebrate Good Friday, which is the solemn celebration of the definitive completion of Christ’s work of redemption. Thus, on March 25th, we shall simultaneously celebrate the beginning and the end of Christ’s work of Redemption – the truest celebration of Christ as the Alpha and the Omega, the Beginning and the End. Let us take a few moments to ponder this stupendous reality.
The key here is that the Solemnity of the Annunciation is a celebration of the Incarnation, whereby Christ definitively begins His work of the Redemption of humanity: that is, as the Eternally Begotten Son of the Father, the Eternal Word, He unites a true human nature to His Divine Nature, thereby initiating the reconciliation of God and man in his very Person! This perfect union of the Divine and human natures of Christ is referred to as the Hypostatic union. According to the Catholic Encyclopedia, “Hypostasis means, literally, that which lies beneath as basis or foundation. Hence it came to be used by the Greek philosophers to denote reality as distinguished from appearances (Aristotle, “Mund.”, IV, 21)… [T]he Council of Chalcedon (451)…declared that in Christ the two natures, each retaining its own properties, are united in one subsistence and one person (eis en prosopon kai mian hypostasin) (Denzinger, ed. Bannwart, 148). They are not joined in a moral or accidental union (Nestorius), nor commingled (Eutyches), and nevertheless they are substantially united.”
In other words, Christ becomes human in order that humans might become divinized!
The stupendous reality that this Solemnity providentially co-incides with the solemn celebration of the Passion, which is the Church’s official commemoration of the painful, bloody completion of the work of human Redemption, wrought by Christ, only underscores and drives home the profound and necessary union that exists between these two Solemnities; the Annunciation, which is the beginning of this Work, and the Passion, which is the culmination of it.
Moreover, we would be remiss were we not to consider the cooperation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in each of these pivotal events of our Redemption. At the Annunciation, Mary gave her unconditional “fiat” to the Father through His messenger, the Archangel Gabriel, and thus consented to becoming the Theotokos, or, the “God-bearer.” Moreover, Mary stood at the foot of her Son’s cross as He endured the painful hours of His agony on the Cross.
Regarding Mary’s unique participation in the Redemption of humanity with Christ, Lumen Gentium, the Second Vatican Council’s Dogmatic Constitution on the Church, has this to say in its final chapter:
“The predestination of the Blessed Virgin as Mother of God was associated with the incarnation of the divine word: in the designs of divine Providence she was the gracious mother of the divine Redeemer here on earth, and above all others and in a singular way the generous associate and humble handmaid of the Lord. She conceived, brought forth, and nourished Christ, she presented him to the Father in the temple, shared her Son’s sufferings as he died on the cross. Thus, in a wholly singular way she cooperated by her obedience, faith, hope and burning charity in the work of the Savior in restoring supernatural life to souls. For this reason, she is a mother to us in the order of grace.
“This motherhood of Mary in the order of grace continues uninterruptedly from the consent which she loyally gave at the Annunciation and which she sustained without wavering beneath the cross, until the eternal fulfillment of all the elect. Taken up to heaven she did not lay aside this saving office but by her manifold intercession continues to bring us the gifts of eternal salvation.  By her maternal charity, she cares for the brethren of her Son, who still journey on earth surrounded by dangers and difficulties, until they are led into their blessed home. Therefore, the Blessed Virgin is invoked in the Church under the titles of Advocate, Helper, Benefactress, and Mediatrix.  This, however, is so understood that it neither takes away anything from nor adds anything to the dignity and efficacy of Christ the one Mediator. ” (Lumen Gentium, Ch. 8).
Let us, then, hasten to take full advantage of this grace filled Triduum – particularly, Good Friday – to meditate on the profundity of what both Christ and Our Lady have done for us, and continue to do for us, if only we allow them to.
This article originally appeared on the blog “http://divineheartofgod.org”
Many of you will probably have heard or read about the most recent, blatant worship to Satan in Detroit, Michigan through the ceremonial unveiling of the statue of the high demon Baphomet. This is the same demon who was originally worshiped in the city of Mendes in ancient Egypt. But that is not the main point of this post. As part of the ceremony, those who bought a $25 ticket to attend were instructed to sign a document on which was written the following:
I agree that by signing this document under any name, given or adopted, actual or pseudonymous, I am hereby avowing my soul to Satan (aka Abbadon, aka Lucifer, aka Beelzebub, aka The Antichrist) . . . I do so knowing that He (aka The Fallen One, aka The Father of Lies) or any of His representatives may choose to collect my eternal soul at any time, with or without notice. I understand that my signature or mark representing any name, real or made up, upon these papers constitutes a lasting and eternal contract, and that there will be no further negotiations on the matter of my eternal soul.
Compare that with what Saint Nilus had to say about the mark of the beast:
On the seal (the mark) will be written the following: ‘I am yours.’ ‘Yes, you are mine.’ ‘I go willingly, not by force.’ ‘And I accept you in accordance with your will, and not by force.’
Some of you may disagree; some of you may mock and scorn at all of the above. But the fact remains that those who did not reject the screed on the said document and signed it, even if they did not think anything would or could happen, now or at any time in the future, in both essence and fact legalistically signed over their souls to Satan for $25. And Satan will ‘happily’ take them, albeit at his own convenience, because he is a first-class legalist; that is his specialty. The above is a beginning, manifest example of the mark of the beast (Rv 13 & 14), which is no more, no less, than consecration to Satan; knowing or otherwise.
Only one thing and one thing alone supercedes the mark of the beast and that is the Seal of God the Father (Rv 3:10-12), which is granted to a soul, to a human being, through consecration to Him. Reserved specifically for the time when the mark would become openly manifest and celebrated in the world – and that is in our present time, which we have brought about by our own free will choice – the Seal of the Heavenly Father, the lineage of which dates back to the Seal of Yahweh originally conferred upon Aaron, has the power to protect souls and annul the mark of the beast.
There is no other option, no other way, in the days to come. An epic battle will soon ensue between the declared children of light and the declared children of darkness – a spiritual and physical battle, the proportions of which have never been seen before – and it will go down in the annals of history. The time will come and is already here when you will belong either to God the Almighty Father or to Satan. The middle way, the way of the lukewarm (Rv 3:15-16), has been taken away by Christ Himself, so that the sifting of humankind can take place and those who are for God become everlasting witnesses for the glory of His mighty Name.
How small and tiny are my words compared to the greatness of the problems and the darkness which fills the world. Yet, anyone with faith will believe that my words, my plans and my actions will save the world. I must, therefore, speak of the future so my children understand.
Do not expect me to openly intervene by great visions to world leaders or by great miracles that turn back the violence. Do not expect me to sweep over the world and in one day return all to sanity and peace. These actions are too apocalyptic, reserved for Jesus’ final coming.
My plans are not for a final coming, but for a drawing of all creation into a heavenly reality, for a restoration of earth and a continuing of human history. Obviously that history is being challenged by the greatest evils that have ever existed. Mankind is at a tipping point, when life suddenly might go from light to darkness, from order to chaos. These are not apocalyptic words as if some heavenly power is about to chastise. These are earthly words, the daily realities that fill the news.
What will take place? The events will preach to all who care to listen. The true state of affairs will become evident to all. I am speaking now, before all the events happen, so my words can be recorded and believed. They will be believed more after the events than before. Even then, it will not be too late. However, the time is very, very short. I prophesied that 2015 would be the year for the beginning of the events and that October 13, 2017 (the 100th anniversary of Fatima) is a very important date. So, you can see that history is moving quickly into this time period.
I would speak to different groups. To you who know me and love me, whom I call Children of the Locutions, now is the time for the greatest fervor. Your families must grow and your children must experience joys, but you also must gather much more for family prayer and daily devotions. You must examine your lifestyles and act according to the words of St. Paul, “I tell you brothers, time is running out. For the world in its present form is passing away” (1Cor.7: 29-31). I will be with you in your quest for a deeper life of faith.
To all the others, I say this. Let these events preach to you. You have been blinded by the world and its passing glory. Let the events help you, now, to see that the world in its present form is passing away. If you but ask, I will come to you and show you my new path for your life.
Cited from http://www.locutions.org/
Below you can find the consecration prayer to the Divine Heart of God the Father (shown above) translated into the Maltese language. The translation was done by Joanne Micallef, M.A. (Trans.). The Maltese translation of the prayer is also available for download from here: Consecration to the Divine Heart in Maltese.
Il-Qalb Divina t’Alla l-Missier Tħaddan il-Qlub Kollha – Imħabba Infinita
Missier li Inti fis-Smewwiet, għajn tal-Ħajja, l-Imħabba u l-Ferħ Etern. Inti tajtna r-rigal prezzjuż tal-ħajja nfisha. NitolbuK bil-ħniena, Missier li Inti fis-Smewwiet, tħallina qatt nieħdu dan ir-rigal bħala dritt tagħna. Aktar minn hekk, Inti sejjaħtilna għall-qdusija. Sejjaħtilna biex nieħdu sehem fil-ħajja tal-Familja Divina TiegħeK bi Kristu, ma’ Kristu u fi Kristu. Aħna nitolbuK li, fil-Benefiċenza TiegħeK, tagħtina l-grazzji kollha meħtieġa biex ngħixu skont ir-Rieda Divina TiegħeK u noffruleK f’kull ħin u f’kull mument, il-milja tal-gratitudni tagħna, il-qima tagħna, ir-radd il-ħajr u s-suppliki tagħna. Aħna nikkonsagraw rwieħna formalment LileK bħala…
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Re-printed from: http://afterthewarning.com/messages-from-heaven/edson-glauber/2015/06/06-27-apparition-of-the-queen-of-the-rosary.aspx
Today during the apparition the most Blessed Mother didn’t give a message, but showed me an important vision: she appeared holding the Infant Jesus in her arms. In her right hand was a rosary which shone brightly, to her right was St Peter with a book and keys, and to her left St Paul, who held a book and a sword. They were enveloped in a light which was not as strong as the light radiating from the Infant Jesus. Below them was the globe representing the whole world.
During the apparition the Infant Jesus asked St Peter to hand him the keys and he obeyed. As soon as he had given the keys St Peter knelt and kept his head bowed in prayer. Where he was, the light that had been radiating disappeared and it became darker, only remaining bright where the Virgin was with Jesus and St Paul.
At this moment the globe below them began to be wrapped around by a large crown of thorns which wanted to dominate everything. I understood these to be difficult moments which the Church and the world were to go through, times of trial, spiritual darkness and great confusion. Our Lady, seeing what was happening and as Mother of the Church, concerned for the salvation of all, lowered her right hand in the direction of the globe, and her rosary slowly moved towards the world and around the globe. Our Lady’s rosary kept moving, turning around the world and shining brightly. I understood that she was causing her children throughout the world who believed in her apparitions and messages, to pray more and to intercede for the Church of her Divine Son and for humanity. The rosary was descending lower and lower, radiating such a strong light that the horrible crown of thorns was driven away from the globe, leaving it and being destroyed, leaving only the rosary as a sign of victory over evil and the difficult times. It was at this moment that Our Lady looked at St Paul who, as if understanding what she was saying to him, went to where St Peter was, and kneeling beside him, prayed together with him. And where St Peter was again became bright with that light. Our Lady then looked at her Divine Son and prayed to him on behalf of the Church and the world. The Infant Jesus, seeing that humanity was praying and accepted his most Holy Mother’s request, listened to her request to give the keys to St Peter once again, but the Infant Jesus gave the keys into Our Lady’s hands, who as Mother of the Church gave them into the hands of St Peter. She and the Infant Jesus gave us their blessing and the vision ended.