Prayer To Mother Mary — Theresa Monro
Mother Mary. Our Lady, Queen of he Angels. May she be upon you always. She will take care of you. If you ever feel distressed during your day, call upon Our Lady - just say this simple prayer: "Mother Mary of Jesus, please be a mother to me now." This is the prayer the Beloved Mother Ter
Madonna of the Rose
I don't believe I have shared this image before. It is a painting currently hanging at St. Mary's Catholic Church in Bristol Indiana. The title is...
Immaculate Heart of Mary_Red_ 72 MB
Immaculate Heart of Mary_Red File size: 81 MB Dimensions Inches: 28 × 37 Centimeters : 71 x 93 Millimeters: 711 x 939 Pixel…
May 31st: Joy of Messianic Salvation
Today is the Feast of the Visitation. We Franciscans take special joy in this feast as it is part of the Seven Joys of Mary, that make up the seven mysteries in our Franciscan Crown Rosary. The …
Mother Mary on Moving Forward with Christ’s Plan
Mother Mary says, dear heart, I am Mother Mary. I come today with important news. Due to the change of the Divine plan, right now, we, the Divine, have been mainly focusing on Christ’ Plan for disclosure. The Divine wants to make sure our Divine agenda moves forward smoothly, and to help Christ so that Christ’s plan can get accomplished step by step
Canticle of Mary Art Print by Jen Norton
Canticle of Mary art print by Jen Norton. Our art prints are produced on acid-free papers using archival inks to guarantee that they last a lifetime without fading or loss of color. All art prints include a 1" white border around the image to allow for future framing and matting, if desired.
Mother Mary says, dear heart, I am Mother Mary. I come today with important news. Due to the change of the Divine plan, Mother Gaia’s Rebuilding process has been delayed. What will happen next, instead, is the releasing. What I mean by that is that since the Christ era has begun, the Divine and the company of heaven, have been busy working on the Divine agenda, and helping Christ with the development of the Divine plan.
Guadalupe by Jen Norton
I had fun colorfully reimagining the image of Our Lady of Guadalupe. Her glowing halo, her roses for Juan Diego, elements of Mexican history and cathedrals... it's all there, just a little different.