Other Marian books

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What Jesus owes to His Mother

In this book Fr. Ceslas Spicq examines the part played by the Blessed Virgin Mary in the life of Our Lord from her fiat to his death on the Cross, including His being born of her flesh and being instructed by her as a child.

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The Miraculous Medal

A few days after the atheist Alphonse Ratisbonne agreed to wear the Miraculous Medal, he converted to the Catholic Faith. His story inspired St. Maximilian to make wearing  the Miraculous Medal a condition of membership in the Militia Immaculatae.

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The foot of the Cross

In preface the author of book, Fr. Frederick Wiliam Faber wrote: “The beauty of Jesus is inexhaustible. If we love Him we must love her. We must know her in order to know Him. As there is no true devotion to His Sacred Humanity, which is not mindful of His Divinity, so there is no adequate love of the Son, which disjoins Him from His Mother, and lays her aside as a mere instrument, whom God chose as He might choose an inanimate thing, without regard to its sanctity or moral fitness. Now it is our daily task to love Jesus more and more.”

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Meditations on the mysteries of the Rosary

The Rosary is the favorite prayer of heaven and earth. No other prayer has been recommended by Our Lady in her visitations from heaven to earth like the Rosary. No other prayer has been so frequently praised, commended, and even commanded by the Popes, or enriched by them with such great indulgences, as the Rosary.
Our Lady at Fatima urged the recitation of the Rosary for the conversion of sinners and for world peace. One way of reciting the rosary is to meditate on its mysteries.

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