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  • Catholic Devotions: First Saturday Devotion to Our Lady {Catholic Caucus]

    05/05/2007 9:54:54 AM PDT · by Salvation · 7 replies · 1,631+ views
    The Work of God ^ | not available | The Work of God
    Catholic DevotionsFirst Saturday Devotion to Our Lady This is a devotion of reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, done to honour Our Lady's sorrows as suggested by Our Lord in an apparition to Sister Lucia a visionary from Fatima in 1925 and as requested by Our Lady. BackgroundThe First Saturday Devotion to the Immaculate Heart of Mary was first mentioned by Our Lady of Fatima on July 13, 1917. After showing the three children a vision of hell she said, "You have seen hell where the souls of poor sinners go. To save them, God wishes to establish in...
  • Remembering the Forgotten First Saturdays

    04/15/2005 7:44:01 AM PDT · by concernedAmerican1 · 6 replies · 973+ views
    America Needs Fatima ^ | 04-15-05 | America Needs Fatima
    Most candid souls will admit that the world is in spiritual pain. Continual disregard of Fatima's warning will doom generations to spiritual bankruptcy. This is especially true in the disregard for the First Saturday devotions. The America Needs Fatima campaign is making a special effort to help Catholics remember. Our Blessed Mother has given us the means to heal and restore order, harmony and peace with a simple solution of prayer and penance, and following the Five First Saturday's specific instructions. The America Needs Fatima staff is promoting this devotion in a 425,000 prayer-card campaign. Five individual cards have been...
  • Homilies preached by Father Robert Altier on the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary

    05/09/2006 9:17:01 AM PDT · by MILESJESU · 5 replies · 476+ views
    A VOICE IN THE DESERT FROM THE EXCERPTSOFINRI.COM | 5/09/2006 | Milesjesu
    Saturday June 8, 2002 Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Reading (Isaiah 61:9-11) Gospel (St. Luke 2:41-51) The following homily was preached at a parish mission at St. John’s Church in St. Paul, MN In the Gospel reading today, we hear two very important statements right at the very end of the Gospel. First of all, Jesus went down to Nazareth and was obedient to them. If we just think for a moment about what that means, God Himself has made Himself obedient to His mother. God made Himself obedient to the authorities on a human level. When He...