Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (Happy Birthday to you, Mary! edition)

We’re happy that Mary Immaculate, Mother of God, of her Divine Son, Christ Jesus, was born of Saint Anne her dear mother. A joyous day. Use the scroll arrows on the picture above. All great flowers for the Immaculate Conception on her birthday! Yay! Flowers for you, Mary! These were all taken on the vigil, yesterday.

Saint Anne kept Mary safe in her womb from the murderous pharmaceutical laboratories wanting to drag any pregnant woman like herself into their sterile laboratory conditions so as to rip the likes of little Mary out of her womb, then ripping out the organs of the likes of dearest Mary so as to do research and/or develop and/or test “vaccines.” Thanks for protecting dearest Mary, Saint Anne! Thank you!

Meanwhile, I don’t know how it is that priests and bishops can celebrate Holy Mass on this day in honor of the birthday of the Queen of heaven and earth, angels and men, the Queen Mother of God, when they themselves have gotten any of these murderous “vaccines”, encouraged others to do so, even making their church campuses into injection centers, even lending their diocesan newspapers into the hands of the murder propagandists who insist on such murder.

Maybe they pretend that in offering Holy Mass in honor of the birthday of the Immaculate Conception their hypocrisy will be accepted as more flowers for the Immaculate Conception. No. Guardian angels will swat away any flowers given in hypocrisy. Mary should be getting only flowers simply given in her honor, which means the person giving them honors her own Son, and respects those made in the image of her Son.

Here’s another slideshow of just a few flowers for the Immaculate Conception through the years:


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2 responses to “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (Happy Birthday to you, Mary! edition)

  1. pelerin

    Magnificent. One of them looks like the Dove of Peace. What a beautiful flower.

  2. sanfelipe007

    I am always blown away by these photos. Let me include an interesting comment from another site Which was given in answer to a question about abortion.
    No, the Hippocratic Oath is not legally binding on doctors, and since it is sworn to Apollo and attendant Greek health deities any attempt to make it legally binding would be unconstitutional.

    And it expressly forbids abortions, BTW. No, not the “do no harm” everybody cites:

    “I will give no deadly medicine to anyone if asked, nor suggest any such counsel; and in like manner I will not give to a woman a pessary to produce abortion. With purity and holiness I will pass my life and practice my Art.”

    nk (1d9030) — 9/7/2021 @ 3:41 pm


    some pagans understood the sanctity of life.

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