Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (The Dead of Winter, edition)

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Just because it’s the dead of winter in so many ways and on so many levels, that’s no reason not to give flowers to the Immaculate Conception. Here are some frosty Jasmine in the back yard of the rectory, with seeds that looks to have downy like feathers perhaps to help them fly a bit to spread out in a wider area. And that’s a good thing: more flowers for the Immaculate Conception.

Would that these would spread all the way to the Vatican, and that someone there would get the good idea to give flowers to Jesus’ good mom, but NOT to Pachamama of death. The truth of the matter is that Jesus appreciates flowers being given to His own good mom, and specifically NOT to Pachamama.

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4 responses to “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (The Dead of Winter, edition)

  1. Aussie Mum

    O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.

  2. Aussie Mum

    “Flowers for the immaculate Conception” brought the above prayer to mind and thus the Miraculous Medal (1830) which points back to Gen 3:15 and forward to Apoc 12. Wishing Our Lady would intervene to end the blasphemy and sacrilege emanating from the Vatican, it came to mind that we are only 11 years away from the 200th anniversary of the Miraculous Medal. Wondering if that might be the turning point I went searching on the internet to see if something propitious happened for the Church on the Miraculous Medal’s 100th anniversary in 1930 – and it did. The Rosary of Our Lady’s Tears” was given to Sister Amalia Aguirre in Brazil and a commemorative medal was subsequently struck (rosary and medal approved by Msgr Franciscus Campos Barreto, Bishop of Campinas). That medal, like the Miraculous Medal, has been a source of graces, conversions and miracles.

    Our Lady told Sister Amalia that to her Institute (the Missionary Sisters of Jesus Crucified) “is reserved a special honour, that is the conversion of many members of a wicked sect to the blooming tree of the Church”. I had to wonder if that “wicked sect” was the St Gallen Mafia and those behind the Amazon Synod. Was it just a coincidence that Heaven chose Brazil for this message (Brazil contains more of the Amazon than any other country in the region) and that the bishop who approved the apparition had the same surname as one of the president-delegates to the Amazon Synod and Vice-President of REPAM? They are not the same person but mention of one brings the other to mind.

  3. Catherine

    Thank you Aussie Mom for sharing the history surrounding the Rosary of Our Lady’s Tears. Our Blessed Mother is so good to us.

    It is a very dark and painful time we are experiencing now. I too wish to see an end to the wickedness and corruption. However, I believe it is good we are going through this revelation of sin and corruption. Oft’ times, in order to bring healing, the sickness, corruption and wickedness has to be revealed and acknowledged. Then we seek reparation and forgiveness, that will through God’s grace. bring healing and save souls. Jesus does not want our destruction. He gave his life so that we all may be saved and live.

    • Aussie Mum

      Yes, it’s not pleasant but necessary that we recognise the deception underway or else we could be caught up in it and separated from Our Lord for all eternity. Seeing the horror of the situation draws us closer to Him, our Saviour, prompting acts of love and sorrow for sin. How good God is to give us the grace to see our dilemma and the means to turn it around. Without the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the Sacraments of the Church we would be done for.

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