Grace from All the World’s Masses

Eternal Father,
we humbly offer Thee our poor presence,
and that of the whole of humanity,
from the beginning
to the end of the world
at all the Masses
that ever have or ever will be prayed.
We offer Thee all the pains,
sufferings, prayers, sacrifices,
joys, and relaxations of our lives,
in union with those of our Lord Jesus here on earth.
May the Most Precious Blood of Christ,
all His Blood, Wounds,
and Agony save us,
through the Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Amen.

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2 Replies to “Grace from All the World’s Masses”

  1. The heart of Mary was/is not immaculate, she was sinner.
    And a person cannot be saved through what you describe as the ” blah blah of Mary “.
    Ii would urge you to repent, and get saved, and leave that monstrous Cult of Rome, The Whore of Babylon. Rev 17 KJV / AV 1611
    i.e the catholic so called church.

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  2. Dear SpookChristian, you are spreading hate and you are judging the state of my soul too. If Lord of the Hosts took so much care while building His ark, do you think He would let His Son dwell in a sinful womb? When you say Mary is not mentioned in Bible ( in another comment) , you show me where is it mentioned in Bible explicitly or suggestively that Mary was a sinner? (I am not talking about ‘Original Sin’ )

    Luke 1: [28] And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.

    John 1: [14] “And the Word became flesh and dwelt among us, and we beheld His glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father, full of grace and truth”

    In both the above verses, Jesus and Mary both are called ‘full of grace’. And don’t you see the verse ‘ Lord is with thee’?.

    If us, mere believers think ourselves sinless or washed by sin or redeemed sinners just by ‘accepting’ or confessing Jesus as saviour, how much more purer Mary would be, who bore the God? How can you judge her a sinner?

    While, I am thankful to your concern towards my soul, I am a very well informed Christian and a very well informed Catholic ( to my best possible capability).

    If you really want to make a difference in the world, please try to know what we believe and why we believe so, with an open mind. I would suggest you to read, ‘Lamb’s Supper’ by Dr. Scott Hahn. You will understand the Book of Revelations from a former Protestant’s viewpoint.

    And again, am sorry, I am not available for long repeated discussions.

    Thanks for stopping by.

    God Bless,

    Carol

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