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Consecration to Mary

Personal consecration

O Immaculata,
Queen of heaven and earth,
refuge of sinners and our most loving Mother,
God has willed to entrust
the entire order of mercy to you.
I,a repentant sinner,
cast myself at your feet humbly
imploring you to take me with
all that I am and have,
wholly to yourself as your possession and property.
Please make of me,
of all my powers of soul and body,
of my whole life, death and eternity,
whatever most pleases you.
If it pleases you, use all that I am
and have without reserve,
wholly to accomplish what was said of you:
“She will crush your head,”
and “You have destroyed all heresies in the whole world.”
Let me be a fit instrument in your immaculate
and merciful hands for introducing
and increasing your glory to the maximum
in all the many strayed and indifferent souls,
and thus help extend as far as possible the blessed
kingdom of the most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
For wherever you enter you obtain the grace of conversion
and growth in holiness,
since it is through your hands that all graces
come to us from the most Sacred Heart of Jesus.
Allow me to praise you, O sacred Virgin,
Give me strength against your enemies.

Consecration to Mary - Parishes

O Immaculata, Virgin Mother of the Church and Refuge of sinners, we join together to consecrate ourselves to your Immaculate Heart. We consecrate to you our whole being, our entire life; all that we are all that we have, all that we love; our body, our heart, our soul.
To you we consecrate our families, our priests, (sisters, parish council, parish societies, choir, altar boys, lectors, Eucharistic ministers, youth ministry, school children, teachers, etc.) We entrust to you the sick and the dying, the souls of the faithful departed, the entire parish family of  . We desire that everyone may know and share in the benefits of your mission of love.
So that our consecration may be truly efficacious and persevering, and so that it may bear the fruits of a rich interior life, O Mother, today we renew our consecration as Christians and our baptismal promises.
We formally promise our fidelity to the truths of the Church with joy, humility, and firmness of will, following the teachings of your Holy Father, our Bishop, and the Magisterium of the Church.
We promise to pray the rosary, to listen to the Word of God, to obey his Commandments, to participate in the solemn feasts of the Church, to seek strength in the sacraments, especially Reconciliation and the Holy Eucharist. We pray that we may always be ready to offer our actions, prayers, and sacrifices to anticipate the triumph of the Lord’s Kingdom in our souls, in those of our brothers and sisters, in our parish family, and in the entire world. Amen.

Consecration to Mary - Families

O Immaculata,
Queen of heaven and earth, our life,
our sweetness, and our hope, on this day we the __________________family come before you to consecrate ourselves to you as your possession and property. We praise God because he has brought us together to give ourselves to you our Mother. We do this because Jesus said on the Cross, “Behold your Mother.”
We need you, Mother Mary, to help us to be a truly Catholic family. Enter into our family life. Repeat to us the words you spoke at Cana, “Do whatever He tells you.”
Help us to overlook one another’s faults, to forgive as Jesus has forgiven us, and to love one another as Our Lord has asked us to love.
Please use our family to crush the head of the serpent. Ask your Spouse, St. Joseph, Protector of the universal Church, to keep us one in mind and heart with your Son’s Vicar, Pope___________.
Today you have become the Queen of our hearts andhome. May ourhomebe a “City of the Immaculata,” where the Sacred Heart of Jesus reigns forever. Amen.

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Pope Francis' gives an annual message to guide and inspire our Lenten journey. This year's title is “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem” (Mt 20:18)
Lent: a Time for Renewing Faith, Hope and Love. 
In this wonderful, succinct message the the Holy Father calls us to renewal through fasting, prayer, and almsgiving which in turn enable and express our faith, hope, and love. Read below to learn a little more. If you'd like to read the whole message, the link is at the bottom of the article. 

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