2 March 2014

The Critical Role Of God's Mother at This Time:

The Critical Role Of God's Mother at This Time
If we wish to be full members of Jesus Christ, all the manifestations of His life must be inside of us in a real way.  Now the greatest manifestation of that love is the Immaculate Conception...Mary His Mother... and our Mother... through whom He willed to be born and bring us our eternal salvation.
When we have in ourselves a place for the Love of Jesus for Mary, when we love Mary together with Jesus, we fulfill God's desire; and then as a consequence, Mary comes to us with her love of Jesus.
Mary takes everything that is ours and in return she gives everything that is uniquely her possession: her desire for God to be loved.  Her only purpose is that Jesus be loved, and she intercedes constantly that His love be poured into our hearts.  The Mother of God directs our entire existence to the love of God the Father in Jesus through the Holy spirit.  Every time Jesus turns to Mary asking: Mother what do you desire?  She has only one answer: Son that you be loved with Your own love...the love You gave to me to love You... and which You now wish to share with all of Your children who choose this grace!
Barbara Kloss and AP Marcus

Important reminder: The Annual Men's Spiritually Conference is Saturday, March 15 at St. Joseph's University in Philadelphia.  Please go to www.manupphilly.com to see the speakers and to register.  I will be there and I urge you to attend if you are within 60 miles of Philadelphia.  Our dear friend David Abel will be one of the speakers.

Please do forward these Spiritual Gems to your Catholic friends.

You can receive complimentary materials to make your Consecration to God through Mary’s Immaculate Heart (important spiritual protection at this time in salvation history) at myconsecration.org... where you can also learn about Our Lady of Las Lajas.

God Bless you and your work,
    Anthony Mullen
    8 St. Albans Avenue
    Newtown Square, PA 19073
    visit us at: www.myconsecration.org

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