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Jesus Living in Mary

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John Paul II calls his encounter with Montfort spirituality "the decisive turning point" in his life. He terms it, "indispensible to anyone who means to give himself without reserve to Christ."

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Publisher's Synopsis

Montfort (1673-1716) the mystic missionary to the poor of Western France, who preached the "most simple and, most direct path to Jesus". For the first time, an encyclopedic presentation of Montfort's Marian way to the Trinitarian life of Love.

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"Congratulations... Is it possible that the absence of the 'secret sanctity' - a life lived in Mary - is the fundamental reason for the weakness of the Trinitarian awareness and experience of so many Christians? Montfort's Trinitarian teaching of the love tradition can be as vital for us today as it was when he preached it so dynamically and so profoundly in his time."      ~Ewert Cousins, Professor of Theology, Fordham University

Excerpt
"O Jesus, living in Mary,
Come and live in Thy servants,
In the spirit of Thy holiness,
In the fullness of Thy might,
In the truth of Thy virtues,
In the perfection of Thy ways,
In the communion of Thy mysteries.
Subdue every hostile power
In Thy spirit, for the glory of the Father. Amen."

Biography

He preached Mary everywhere and to everyone. A member of the Third Order of Saint Dominic, Saint Louis was one of the greatest apostles of the Rosary in his day, and by means his miraculously inspiring book, The Secret of the Rosary, he is still so today; the most common manner of reciting the Rosary is the method that originated with Saint Louis’s preaching. In 1715, he founded a missionary band known as the Company of Mary.

Author de Montfort, St. Louis
Book Type Hardcover
Page Count 1400 pp.
Publisher Montfort Publications 1994
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