Honoring Mary, Our Blessed Mother

One of Jesus’ many gifts to us was in sharing his mother. Mary is our most perfect example of discipleship. If you call on her, she surrounds you with motherly love and carries our prayers to her son. Our Blessed Mother knows that nothing is more important for us than our relationship with her son. Her ultimate goal is to lead us closer to Jesus.

I’ve had a devotion to Mary my whole life. I’ve felt her presence and guidance and know she is with me. She will do this for you as well. Simply ask Mary to be with you, to pray your prayers with you, and to bring your prayers to God, and she will do that without hesitation.

I’ve written a number of books and posts on our Blessed Mother. If you’d like to learn more about her or how to pray with her, check out the following links.

Mary the Rose   

Mary, the Mother of Jesus

Marian Devotion Through Art

Our Lady of the Rosary

The Daily Rosary

Memorare

Devotion of Louis Mary Grignion de Monfort

Finding Jesus

Mini Mary Garden

Mary in the Garden

The Assumption of Mary

Grieving with Mary

Fatima at 100. Fatima Today

Say It and Pray It

Pray It to Pieces

Rosary in Your Hand

Books: The Rosary Prayer by Prayer, Grieving with Mary, Fatima at 100. Fatima Today

My Website

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