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MONTH OF MARY TRAVEL FEATURE: Detroit, Michigan
The Mass in Philadelphia was one of dozens that took place across the United States, as bishops answered the Pope’s call to pray the consecration prayer together.
Pope Francis has announced he will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Blessed Mother on March 25. What’s the significance and historical context of this consecration? Register columnist Father Raymond De Souza has the answer. Plus Father Raymond give insights into the greatest canonization ever when five holy companions were canonized 400 years ago on March 12, 1622 — what’s the relevance today? Also, Andrea Picciotti-Bayer another give us some updates on practical matters for Catholics — that is the freedom to practice our faith. The host of Religious Freedom Matters tells how school choice in education relates to our faith and our liberty. Consecration of Russia and Ukraine, Five Saints of 1622, and Religious Freedom (March 19)
“Prayer, and in particular prayer to Mary, is very powerful," said the Russian archbishop.
Ukraine’s Latin Rite Catholic bishops asked Pope Francis earlier this month to consecrate Ukraine and Russia to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
Sister Lucia, one of the three Fatima visionaries, recalled in her memoirs that Our Lady asked for ‘the Consecration of Russia to my Immaculate Heart, and the Communion of reparation on the First Saturdays’ to prevent a second world war.
“Am I not here,” said Our Lady of Guadalupe, “I who have the honor to be your mother? Are you not in my shadow and under my protection? Am I not the source of your joy? Are you not in the hollow of my mantle, in the crossing of my arms?”
As California continues with a 12-person limit on outdoor Mass attendance due to the coronavirus, the Archbishop of San Francisco expands his reach, marking a very special day for Mother Teresa's Missionaries of Charity.