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A set of five books on Mary all published by the Slaves of the IHM in Vienna, Ohio. All of the books contain beautiful colored pictures.
Contains the powerful novena from Heaven, the Fifty-four day Rosary Novena. Excellent for getting your prayers answered. Added to the usual meditations for each Mystery of the Rosary is a brief thought from Saint Louis de Montfort on true devotion to Mary. Includes the Litany of Loreto, with quotes from a saint for each invocation. The four antiphons of Our Lady, their origin and meaning. Also tells some stories of Our Lady. Softcover, 37 pictures in color. 5 black and white.
These gems written by many saints are words of gold expressing the great love souls ought to cherish toward their Spiritual Mother. If Jesus is our brother, and the Greek word for "brother" means, "from the same womb," then all the baptized are formed in the womb of Our Lady, in imitation of Christ. Lavishly illustrated with traditional four color pictures. 80 pp. PB.
Prayers of the Perpetual Novena in Honor of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, the account of the three apparitions of Our Lady to Saint Catherine Laboure, stories of conversions, cures and protection proving the power of the Miraculous Medal.
With 39 (most of them rare), colored illustrations and 4 black and whites, this booklet takes many of the highlights from The Secrets of the Rosary by Saint Louis de Montfort, giving the prayers, origin, and some helpful Rosary advise from this great spiritual master. The meditations for each mystery are taken exclusively from sermons and writings of Doctors and Saints of the Catholic Church. Every mystery is illustrated in color with a 19th century print. History, stories of tremendous battles won, miracles worked and graces obtained through the power of Our Lady's Rosary. How we got the 54-Day Rosary novena and more.
Beautifully illustrated. The Novena to the Immaculate Conception is composed of traditional prayers of the Church and of the saints. In honor of the 150th anniversary of the definition of the Dogma. Followed by The Stations of the Infant Jesus, or The Way of Bethlehem by the incomparable Saint Alphonsus. Ends with The Burning Babe, the poignant poem of Saint Robert Southwell, S. J., one of the great martyrs of the English Reformation.
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