1. vasilyt:

The Lily - Frank William Topham

    vasilyt:

    The Lily - Frank William Topham

  2. by-grace-of-god:

"Notice how much Our Blessed Lady is made the link of bringing Christ to humanity. First of all, it was through her as a Gate of Heaven that he walked into this earth. It was in her as a Mirror of Justice that he first saw with human eyes the reflection of the world he had made. It is in her as a kind of living ciborium that he is carried to the first Communion rail of her cousin’s home, where an unborn babe salutes him as the Host who is to be the Guest of the World. It is through her intercession at Cana that he brings his Divine Power to supply a human need. And it is finally at the cross that she who gave Christ to the world, now receives him back again in us who have the high and undeserved honor to call ourselves Christian.
Because of this intimacy I wonder if it is not true that as the world loses veneration for Christ’s mother, it loses also its adoration of Christ. Is it not true in earthly relationships that, as a so-called friend ignores your mother when he comes to your home, sooner or later he will ignore you? Conversely, as the world begins knocking at Mary’s door, it will find that Our Lord himself will answer.
If you have never before prayed to Mary, do so now. Can you not see that if Christ himself willed to be physically formed in her for nine months and then be spiritually formed by her for thirty years, it is to her that we must go to learn how to have Christ formed in us? Only she who raised Christ can raise a Christian.” - Archbishop Fulton Sheen

    by-grace-of-god:

    "Notice how much Our Blessed Lady is made the link of bringing Christ to humanity. First of all, it was through her as a Gate of Heaven that he walked into this earth. It was in her as a Mirror of Justice that he first saw with human eyes the reflection of the world he had made. It is in her as a kind of living ciborium that he is carried to the first Communion rail of her cousin’s home, where an unborn babe salutes him as the Host who is to be the Guest of the World. It is through her intercession at Cana that he brings his Divine Power to supply a human need. And it is finally at the cross that she who gave Christ to the world, now receives him back again in us who have the high and undeserved honor to call ourselves Christian.

    Because of this intimacy I wonder if it is not true that as the world loses veneration for Christ’s mother, it loses also its adoration of Christ. Is it not true in earthly relationships that, as a so-called friend ignores your mother when he comes to your home, sooner or later he will ignore you? Conversely, as the world begins knocking at Mary’s door, it will find that Our Lord himself will answer.

    If you have never before prayed to Mary, do so now. Can you not see that if Christ himself willed to be physically formed in her for nine months and then be spiritually formed by her for thirty years, it is to her that we must go to learn how to have Christ formed in us? Only she who raised Christ can raise a Christian.” - Archbishop Fulton Sheen

  3. "Do you want to know yourself better? Then discover silence."
    Pope Benedict XVI (via confessionsofsomeoneanonymous)
  4. "She [Mother Mary] is an echo of God, speaking and repeating only God. If you say “Mary” she says ‘God’."
    St. Louis de Montfort (via warriors-of-god)
  5. theraccolta:

Ecce mater tua!

    theraccolta:

    Ecce mater tua!

  6. athenagracee:

    i’ve always clung to this psalm, but this promise has never been so life-giving. that He is with me. His ridiculous call to ‘fear no evil,' though all around is death and tears and pain, is empowered by His promise of presence. He doesn’t always bring us out of life’s valleys, but He walks beside us. 

    and if that sounds cliche, wait till you hear it when you’re in this valley… then your soul will drink it in like water in a desert.

    instagram: @athenagracee

  7. "I plead with you—never, ever give up on hope, never doubt, never tire, and never become discouraged. Be not afraid."
    Pope John Paul II (via mycontagiouslove)
  8. allaboutmary:

Pope Pius XII praying before the Madonna of Divine Love in a Roman church in the Marian year 1954.

    allaboutmary:

    Pope Pius XII praying before the Madonna of Divine Love in a Roman church in the Marian year 1954.

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Currently serving with NET Ministries of Canada. On hiatus until June 2015. Pray for me!