Marian Devotion

Terri Aluise, a Busy Mom on Saying the Rosary Daily, Consecration, and Heaven — BFP 005

By John B. Manos / September 2, 2017 / Play in new window | DownloadIf you are struggling to say your Rosary daily, wonder if your devotion today will mean anything in the future, or looking for a powerful way to step up your spiritual life, then listen to this episode with Terri Aluise. Terri Aluise joins John and discusses the need to…

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Act Like You Know the Queen: Fr. Hardon Explains The Queenship of Mary

By John B. Manos / August 22, 2016 /

When I read about the variety of things Pope Pius V did in bringing Mary to a higher place of honor in the Roman Church, I’m often amazed that he wasn’t able, or perhaps, it was not yet time, for the apparent conclusions.  Just consider this short list of changes he made: He added the…

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Image of the Blessed Mother inset in a circle with floral flourishes to each side. John B. Manos

Consecration to the Immaculate Heart and the Trial of the West by Islam?

By John B. Manos / August 17, 2016 /

In the wake of Mohammedism’s (Islam’s) initial spread over the middle east, an African bishop penned a consecration to the Blessed Mother’s Immaculate heart. The Bishop of Toledo wrote one as well. We know that Spain was run over by Islam for a time, but it got me wondering… August is traditionally devoted to focusing on devotion to the…

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How Cigarettes and the Blessed Mother can Defeat a Bolshevik Army

By John B. Manos / July 2, 2016 /

Quite some time ago, I read a quote that had been sent to me by a number of people, but I wasn’t really sure what to say about it other than express disgust and disappointment. Sometimes you read these things said by Cardinals and it makes you wonder if they are Catholic, or unaware of what…

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We Have Everything Through Mary

By Landon DePasquale / June 7, 2016 /

On the Feast of Mary, Mediatrix of All Graces… One of the great difficulties we face today is a dearth of Marian devotion. It is not uncommon to walk into a Church and find it devoid of any images of our Blessed Mother. The great Marian feasts no longer involve processions in honor of the Blessed Virgin…

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