18 March 2014


Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with thee; blessed are thou among women, and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus. Holy Mary, Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now and at the hour of our death. Amen.



marylise said...

Dear Heresy Hunter: Thank you for these beautifully symbolic images of the Blessed Virgin Mary. There is a mysterious contrast between her power, as depicted in the first image (Virgin Most Powerful) and her perfect humility, gentleness and docility, as depicted in the second image. This mystery tells us so much about God Himself -- Who He is, what He loves, how He sees things. The second image is breathtaking. Everything is there: the royal status of the Blessed Virgin Mary as Queen of Heaven, her Seven Sorrows, her Holy and Immaculate Conception, her ineffable and unique title "Mystical Rose." In these strange times, it is a big help to be reminded of the loveliness of the all-holy and ever-virgin Mother of God. This is so wonderful Thank you again.

Keith Metcalfe said...

Lol I love your salutarions!
You and all you farms of filth have no clue with whom you are dealing. I don't hide behind the veil of ignorance that is the internet. You wimps feel safe behind the net, but if you grow a pear, come on by London and meet me face to face and we will talk like actual men. Inforunately I don't see that in the future because punk ass pieces of shit don't actually have legit wit to flex with such actual skill. You'd rather act like being internet pussies makes you 'real' fighters for truth. Gee.. I wonder how real saints dealt with quarrels before the internet.
Come at me

Name said...

Keepin' it classy I see..........

Keith said...

Hahaha yeah... Because until me this guy is classy?
What a joke! Just be aware that I'm watching this blog for now on.. Giving replies to the libel and shit scholarship. What a bunch of losers!

plc53 said...

I recently came across the Novena Prayer to Our Lady, Undoer of Knots. The prayer is based on the words of St. Irenaeus who stated, concerning the purity and obedience of the Blessed Virgin Mary, "Thus then, the
knot of the disobedience of Eve was untied through the obedience of Mary."

There is a beautiful painting that was done by Johann Melchior Georg Schmittdner, circa 1700, that further develops the power, tenderness, and mystery of the Immaculata. On one side of Our Holy Mother an angel is feeding to her the knotted rope of our sins, and on the other side an angel looks out towards us, to show what the Blessed Virgin has done, and can and will do for us.

Very helpful prayer, and great meditation on the Queen of Heaven, Our Holy Mother the Blessed Virgin Mary. A return to, and an appreciation for, the powerful virtue of purity is so desperately needed by our world today. Ave Maria.

marylise said...

Dear plc53: What perfect timing to see your email on the eve of the Solemnity of the Annunciation. The image of Our Lady untying the knots of our sins is so very uplifting and thought-provoking. How can we ever love her enough? Thank you for inspiring more praise of her endless loveliness.

plc53 said...

Yes, Marylise, "de Maria nunquam satis!"

Mary Mediatrix of all Graces and Co-Redemptrix.

How blessed we are, unworthy sinners, to have been given such a priceless treasure from His Holy Cross. "Behold thy Mother."

Mary, Mother of the Eucharist, pray for us.

I read in St. Louis de Montfort's book, I think it was, that the holy angels and archangels eagerly wait upon the Queen of Heaven to assign them with a task or a battle to fight in her honor. And that they are filled with joy when called to serve Our Lady, Queen of the Angels.

And how terribly the demons fear and hate just the mention of her Holy Name.

And in the Divine Praises we, with true joy and happiness proclaim,
"Blessed be the name of Mary, Virgin and Mother"! And "blessed be the great Mother of God, Mary most Holy!"

Yes, yes, de Maria nunquam satis.

Ave Maria!

May God bless you, Marylise, and TH2, and all those here who love the most pure and holy Virgin Mary, Mother of God. May her purity shine and grow within us, as we look to Our Lady, Star of the Sea to guide us through these dark and difficult times. She will crush the demons and destroy heresies. Without a doubt! Her Immaculate Heart will triumph.


marylise said...

How thrilling to picture the angels awaiting the privilege of an assignment from the Blessed Virgin Mary. What a blissful meditation for the former feast of St. Gabriel (March 24), one translation of Gabriel being "God is my warrior." As you probably know, St. Bernadette said that after seeing the Blessed Virgin Mary she would have been happy to die just for the chance to see her again. Can we ever forget the golden-yellow roses on her feet? The least sigh from her Immaculate Heart is worth more to God and to us than the virtues of all other saints combined. Thank you for your beautiful thoughts.

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