Even though my glorious Patron is the Seven Sorrows of Mary, I have oddly enough, never prayed Her novena. That is, until my Spiritual Director recently had me pray one, in direct honor of this Good Mother’s Sorrows. In short, it was the most powerful novena I have ever prayed. I call it “irresistible” for […]Our Lady of 7 Sorrows Irresistible Novena — Mary’s Secretary
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Our Lady of Sorrows ~ Fr Ripperger
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för 10 månader sedanI also have a story about Our Lady of Sorrows. I am a revert and spent much wasted time away from the Catholic Church, only to be drawn back in quite powerfully and unexpectedly. I started praying the Seven Sorrows rosary about a year ago after listening to this webcast. I wanted to experience the promises Fr. Ripperger talks about, yet at the same time doubting someone like me would even be privy to them. I asked Our Lady to reveal to me my greatest defect, and like clockwork it was revealed. And just as Fr. Ripperger says, it was something totally unexpected. With Our Lady’s help, I was able to address that fault. Well, a couple of months ago my sister and I had a huge fight. We had grown up in an unstable home, and carry ‘baggage’ or wounds to this day that sometimes resurface, and we start blaming and yelling at each other. Well this fight ended with her telling me, “l’m done.” I was devastated. She had never said this before. I began praying to Our Lady to bring my sister back to me and to God. A couple of days later, I called her to say I was sorry, and to my surprise she called me back. We spoke about God and about Jesus, and my experience coming back to the Faith, and I suggest a few Fr. R webcasts. Well, a couple of days after that she reverted back to the Faith! She started praying the rosary every day, is going to Mass, and receiving reconciliation! She is “all in” and feels like her eyes have been opened. Thank you Our Lady and Jesus! 🙏 This is real!Visa mindre76SVARADölj 2 svar
för 1 månad sedanYour story sounds like mine…………same here……I am back, but this time I am here to fight against the Modernists….and I am devoted to Our Lady of Sorrows, who came to me in a dream after coming back to the church, and God told me, “I choose You.” I need to keep praying to Our Lady to reveal to me what I am chosen for, and I have a feeling it has to do with the coming Chastisement and The Warning that Our Lady spoke about in Akita and what she didn’t say in Knock and what she keeps telling visionairies in private revelations every day all over the world……..I think many of us will become martyrs.Visa mindreSVARA
för 11 månader sedan (redigerad)I’d like to share a story about Our Lady of Sorrows. When I was in grade school about 2nd or 3rd grade. My mother was given a 4ft tall statue of our lady of Sorrows with her face and praying hands made of genuine ivory, by a wealthy man who sold her the land our family home was built on. The man’s wife owned quite a number of huge statues of our Blessed Lady and famous saints because they had a chapel built in their property. The man was advancing in age and could no longer care for the chapel and the statues after his wife passed away. My mother chose to have the Our Lady of Sorrows statue. My mom loved the beautiful sad face of our Lady. Every year-every Friday before Good Friday, which we call ‘Viernes Dolores’ in the Philippines, my mother would have a nice huge altar set up in our garage so we can honor Our Lady of Sorrows on her special day. It is a 24hr continuous chanting(reading) of the Passion Of Christ, which starts midnight of Thursday till Friday midnight. It is open to all the faithful who want to honor and venerate the seven sorrows of Our Lady. it is called ‘pabasa’ in my country. This tradition was done yearly from 1960-61 till 2010 when my mother succumbed to pancreatic cancer. But the main story that I actually want to share is about my mom on her death bed at home. For some unexplainable reason, I did not want to leave her side at all. I just kept on praying, little did I know that this would be her final hour. I cried and yelled for my siblings who were having late lunch, to come over to the room, when I saw my mom made that last deep breathe and held it for a few seconds then breathe out. My 2 siblings came rushing into the room. My brother who is a dentist by profession and also had a nursing degree at NYU and worked as nurse prior to graduating from Columbia University-Dentistry, was checking for vital signs, and with a sad defeated voice uttered the words “she no longer has a pulse-mom is gone”. We were crying very loudly, gathered around my mom looking at her and I started a prayer. After about 3 to 5 mins of crying and praying in front of my mom, all 3 of us said almost in unison, “look she is smiling!” We all saw the beautiful smile on her face which lasted about 2 seconds. We then started asking each other if each of us witnessed her big beautiful smile. I believe that my mom had a happy and peaceful death because of her love and devotion to our Lady. I believed that our Blessed Mother kept her promise to my mom. I believed that Our Lady welcomed my mom to the next life. So there, I hope that my story would be an encouragement for many people to pledge a devotion to our Blessed Mother because she will help us to the end of our life and pray for our salvation. BTW, I inherited the statue of our Lady of Sorrows. I pray to her everyday. I pray the Our Lady of Sorrows chaplet every friday, And I do read the Passion of Christ by myself, every year on Friday before Good Friday. Sept 15 is the other feast day of our Lady of Sorrows. I am unable to do what my mother did for 50 years. I hope to pass down the Our Lady of Sorrows’ statue to either of my 2 children. Sadly, both of them do not practice their Catholic faith. Their faith is not deeply rooted, which is my fault. I did not instill in them the love and fear of God as much as I should have. I’m guilty of neglecting their religious education . I have nobody to blame but me. My husband and I were workaholics back then, in New Jersey, trying to provide the best for our children. We are now retired in the Philippines. Our son and daughter are still living-working in the US (New Jersey & Arizona) I trust that our Blessed Mother will bring my children back to the path to heaven in God’s time. Let us all pray unceasingly. TO GOD BE THE GLORY FOREVER AMENVisa mindre225SVARAVisa 36 svar
för 1 år sedan (redigerad)I lost my two precious sons. My son Noah was 15 , my 19 year old son Andy I found on my couch dead 14 months later! We were extremely close! I know Mother Mary understands my pain..knowing her suffering was even so much deeper is humbling !