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DAY 227 of NONNIE'S PHOTO A DAY: The Assumption of Our Blessed Mother


our blessed Mother…
  her Son… together again
at her assumption

Prayer to Our Lady, Assumed in Heaven
Immaculate Virgin, Mother of Jesus and our Mother, we believe in your triumphant assumption into heaven 
where the angels and saints acclaim you as Queen.
We join them in praising you and bless the Lord 
who raised you above all creatures.
With them we offer you our devotion and love.
We are confident that you watch 
over our daily efforts and needs, 
and we take comfort from the faith in the coming resurrection.
We look to you, our life, our sweetness, and our hope.
After this earthly life, show us Jesus, the blest fruit of your womb, O kind, O loving, O sweet virgin Mary.


linked to Rebecca's
labor of love-
HAIKU MY HEART






Comments

rebecca said…
dearest nonnie,
thank you for lifting my heart with your outpouring of mary love. "We look to you, our life, our sweetness, and our hope.
After this earthly life, show us Jesus, the blest fruit of your womb, O kind, O loving, O sweet virgin Mary."
to rest here in your peace, your radiant heart is a blessing my friend!
xo
Norma Ruttan said…
you are so welcome, dear Rebecca! Since my becoming a member of the Legion of Mary, my love for Mary has made me aware of how she suffered and suffers with us today.
Reading Pleasure said…
What a beautiful and soul moving supplication, Nonnie. I am Presbyterian, but my husband is a Catholic and on occasion I follow him to his church.
Lea said…
Touching and beautiful Nonnie, this tribute is full of heart.

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