A MESSAGE FROM OUR MOTHER, MARY


Words from our Blessed Mother 

February 12, 2022

“In the unfolding of these days in which the light of heaven seems not to touch the earth,

Days warped by sin and dripping with the residue of broken lives,

Days in which hope seems a fleeting thing,

And despair has crept into every crack,

Give me your heart,

Broken though it might be by the world,

And I will hold it for you,

And keep it safe,

And I will infuse it with my love,

And mend its brokenness so that it might be a fit heart to offer a King.

When the anger of the world is poured upon you,

And all that should be good and true seems tainted by evil,

And your step grows slower as joy becomes an elusive thing,

Give me your heart,

Broken though it might be by the world,

And I will hold it for you,

And keep it safe,

And I will fill it with love from my Immaculate Heart,

And mend its brokenness,

That you might present it to His Sacred Heart,

Whole and unblemished. 

When the days seem untouched by heaven,

And bathed in the desolation of a world that seems enslaved by hell,

And your heart has been trampled by feet

That march to the discordant sound of an angry mob,

Give me your heart,

And I will hold it for you,

And keep it safe,

And I will infuse it with my love,

And mend its brokenness,

That you might present it to my Son,

Pristine and whole,

For He is in love with you,

And desires your heart above all else.

I will hold your heart,

And kiss away its hurt, 

And mend its brokenness,

And make all things better as mothers do.

So give me your heart,

And I will keep it safe,

That you might present it to my Son,

Who is so in love with you.”

-S

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I am a retired Roman Catholic Bishop, Bishop Emeritus of Corpus Christi, Texas
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1 Response to A MESSAGE FROM OUR MOTHER, MARY

  1. philthefourlastthings says:

    WOW..!!! Where did THAT awesome poem or whatever come from? Now there is the consolation one needs to truly live, suffer, & die if necessary for Christ through Mary Mother of God. I’m gonna have to read it several times to get the full impact as hopeful statements to incorporate in these dark days of what I believe is the Great Apostacy of Thessalonians, at some point along the inexorable separation of goats from sheep forever.

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