Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (meanwhile, edition)

Old Glory is in tatters after the winds the last few days. But that’s about the state of the country right now. (Since I began writing this post, a new flag was hoisted.) Lots of Roses going on. Temps have been just at frost level. Meanwhile, ever so tiny, in front and back yards:

In seeing flowers it’s all about “picking” them to give to the Immaculate Conception. Jesus provided them for that, right?

The sub-current that’s going on is that the hearts of Jesus and Mary are always together. In following them throughout the Rosary such a Mystery is impressed upon me, or weighs upon me, mystery by mystery.

The Rosary has a certain rhythm to it, emphasizing the unity of the two hearts of Jesus and Mary… Pray the Rosary.

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One response to “Flowers for the Immaculate Conception (meanwhile, edition)

  1. Aussie Mum

    Re “The Rosary has a certain rhythm to it, emphasizing the unity of the two hearts of Jesus and Mary”.
    I am wondering if this is why so many through the years have attached the Miraculous Medal to their Rosary beads, this medal also expressing that unity.

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