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Immaculate Heart of Mary


From the time of Adam, God has spoken to His saints and prophets through visions, dreams, and inner voices...

Heart of Mary Ministry

Our Lady, Queen of Peace, speaks to the world... Hear Her messages to us. Monthly articles, music, etc. Site by Sr. Mary Lucy Astuto.

Home Page of the Immaculate.

Here at the Home Page of the Immaculate you will find both information about the Blessed Virgin Mary and organizations which promote the knowledge, love, and service of Her, according to the wonderful example of St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe, Martyr of Auschwitz, and in the spirit of authentic Roman Catholicism.

Immaculate of Mary Homepage .

This site is faithful to the Holy Father, Pope John Paul II, and to the Magisterium and Teachings of the Roman Catholic Church. Together with the Holy Father, the Author dedicates himself and this Website to Mary, the Immaculate Mother of God. May She be our refuge always, and....


What is The Third Secret of Fatima? This website provides one possible version of it. If anything , it reminds us of the urgent need for Christians to repent, pray and fast....This site also include a Catholic Theme Park, "Center" for the Queen of Peace, Current Issues ....

(Link submitted per kind courtesy of Rafael Brom.)

Mediatrix of all Graces.

Our Lady's Five Weapons Of Salvation

The message of Medjugorje is a call to Conversion, conversion back to God. Our Lady gives us five tools which we can use to overcome the power and influence of evil and sin in our lives..

Our Lady of Sorrows

A website under the patronage of St Gabriel of Our Lady of Sorrows. Here you will find devotional materials about the sufferings experienced by the Blessed Virgin Mary. Traditionally, seven events have been listed, called the Seven Sorrows of Our Lady (or the SevenDolours)...

Prayers to Mary, the Blessed Mother.

The Memorare and other prayers..

But Why do we pray to Mary?

Rosary Center

Website of the headquarters of the Rosary Confraternity of the Catholic Church, located in Portland, Oregon, USA; administered by the Dominican Fathers.

The Blessed Virgin Mary.

Mary, the New Eve, freely obeyed God: "God puts the destiny of all mankind in a young woman's hands. Mary's "yes" is the premise for fulfilling the plan which God in his love had prepared for the world's salvation." - Pope John Paul II, General Audience, September 18, 1996.

The Spirituality of Fatima and Medjugorje.

In these our times, there have been numerous reports of Marian apparitions around the world. Relatively few have received official Church approval. Among all the Marian apparition sites of the 20th century, two stand out .... - Fr. Edward Carter, S.J.

Understanding Catholic Devotion to Mary.

This is often forgotten by Catholics themselves, and therefore it is not surprising that those who are not Catholic often have a completely wrong conception of Catholic devotion to the Mother of God. They imagine...

Let Mary never be far from your lips or your heart.
And to obtain the fruit of her prayers, do not forget the example of her life.
With her support, you will never fall.
Under her protection, you will never fear.
And with her help, you will reach your heavenly goal.

- St. Bernard.

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    Ave Maria.

    St. Thomas Aquinas said that "many souls are now in Heaven through the prayers of Mary who otherwise would not be there." St. Alphonsus de Liguori says that "devotion to Mary is morally necessary for our salvation." St. Louis de Montfort said, "I have no better way of knowing if a man is for God than if he likes to say the Hail Mary and the Rosary." Prayer is nothing else than speaking to God; and to speak to God without concentrating our attention upon Him is a thing most odious to His Divine Majesty. Being a good servant of God does not mean always being spiritually consoled, or always feeling sweet and calm, or never feeling repugnance or aversion to what is good. If this were so, neither St. Paul nor St. Catherine of Siena could have served God well. Surely sin, and sin only should cast us down and grieve us. If we have sinned, when once our act of sorrow has been made, there ought to follow in its train joy and holy consolation." (St. Francis de Sales). Our Lady of the Rosary Library

    Excellent Traditional Catholic resource on many issues such as the New Mass, Church doctrine, Prophecies, and lives of the Saints. We offer books, articles, and prayer cards at extremely low prices.