Dear Members, Benefactors and Apostles of the Living Rosary,
It is our wish that you possess all the
gifts and joys of the Resurrected Christ:
Happiness, strong health, faith, hope and
love. I congratulate you on this Glorious
Feast of Joy and Hope!
Through Christ’s Resurrection, the power
of death over our souls was overcome and
we received the ability to become immortal.
No more was sin to condemn us to an
eternity of suffering. Christ left with us His
true Presence made manifest in a most
wonderful way by the partaking of His Body
and Blood in the Most Blessed Sacrament.
By communion in these holy Mysteries, we
participate in Christ’s Resurrection. We
lovingly greet the Church of Christ that
came forth from Our Savior’s pierced
Heart, as our Mother. She is the Spouse of
Our Redeemer and it is through Her, in
Baptism, we are born to life.
The Church is the pillar and ground of
Truth. The gates of hell have risen up
against Her innumerable times; but they
have never prevailed against Her - NO, not
for a single moment! Holy Mother the Church holds us in Her arms. She is with
us in our exile. She alone has the words of salvation. All who seek Her with their
whole heart and soul will, one day, know Her. It is an article of our Creed:
“I believe in the holy Catholic Church.” We must love Her and be resolved
to obey Her. Without faith, submission is not possible. Faith makes our reason
bow down to the Word of God. To more clearly express the necessity of faith, the
members of the Church are called the faithful. Faith is the first link of the supernatural
union between man and God. When error takes the place of faith, it
separates the faithful from God. There will come a time when heresy will not
confine itself to reject simply one article of Faith, but proclaim the total
independence of reason from dogma and doctrine. Only God has the power to
give His Church a form other than He has already given Her. We have a duty to
defend Her and, if necessary, to win the crown of martyrdom.
ary and the Church are the two Mothers of mankind. The God-Man united
Himself with Mary and established her as representative of the human race.
During her sojourn here on earth, She was the Mother of all the living.
(Gen 3:20) In her single person, Mary is what the Church collectively has been from
the day of Its foundation. Her office as Mother of God surpasses all her other glories.
God found the most lively faith and fervent love in Mary!