Marian Consecration in Honor of the 100th Anniversary of Our Lady of Fatima

Today we celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Last Apparition of Our Lady of Fatima to the three shepherd children. October 13, 1917, is also the day of the famous "Miracle of the Sun."

Join Fr. Chris Alar, MIC, and Fr. Michael Gaitley, MIC, in consecrating or reconsecrating yourself to Our Lady on this important occasion.

Morning Glory Consecration Prayer

I, __________, a repentant sinner, renew and ratify today in your hands, O, Immaculate Mother, the vows of my Baptism. I renounce Satan and resolve to follow Jesus Christ even more closely than before.

Mary, I give you my heart. Please set it on fire with love for Jesus. Make it always attentive to His burning thirst for love and for souls. Keep my heart in your most pure Heart that I may love Jesus and the members of His Body with your own perfect love.

Mary, I entrust myself totally to you: my body and soul, my goods, both interior and exterior, and even the value of all my good actions. Please make of me, of all that I am and have, whatever most pleases you. Let me be a fit instrument in your immaculate and merciful hands for bringing the greatest possible glory to God. If I fall, please lead me back to Jesus. Wash me in the Blood and Water that flow from His pierced side, and help me never to lose my trust in this fountain of love and mercy.

With you, O Immaculate Mother - you who always do the will of God - I unite myself to the perfect consecration of Jesus as he offers Himself in the Spirit to the Father for the life of the world. Amen.

For more news, stories, and updates on this centennial of Our Lady of Fatima, see our Fatima Anniversary page.


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