Sunday, November 11, 2012

The Catholic Defender: "Totus Tuus" (Totally Yours)

On November 14th, 7:00 P.M. Central, at St. Peter's Parish Hall, Marshall, Missouri, Deepertruth's Dr. Gregory Thompson will be speaking "Servant to Jesus through Mary, Why Morning Glory". Coming closer to the Sacred Heart of Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

Dr. Thompson will be joined by Father William Korte,Priest and Defender of the Faith, Spiritual Director, Year of Faith, "Women of Faith".

Words from Dr. Gregory Thompson:

"Do whatever He tells you".

Be eager to present yourself acceptable to God, a workman who cause no disgrace, imparting the word of truth without deviation.

A short, easy secure and perfect way to become a saint. Practice the Faith!

Blessed John Paul II described his experience with Jesus through Mary as a decisive turning point in his life. He made his Papal motto, "Totus Tuus".

Resources to Defend the Catholic Faith, evangelize Fallen Away, and Convert Sinners will be provided.

God is offering the people of our time a powerful and effective way to become great saints, and it's not because we're so good. Rather, it's because our times are so perilous, and God wants his mercy to triumph through Mary. So, he gives us poor, sinful souls an amazing gift. What St. Louis De Montfort called a little known "secret".

Popes have been so influenced that they have written encyclicals on this preemminent devotion. Doctors of the Church have embraced this devotion and walked in holiness.

St. Maxmillian Kolbe said, " that they may enlighten, reinvigorate, and set on fire the souls living in their own environment..."

Blessed Mother Teresa said, "From childhood, the Heart of Jesus has been my first love". Her purpose, "To satiate the thirst of Jesus Christ on the Cross for the Love of Souls." She said, "Our Lady was the first person to hear Jesus' cry 'I Thirst' with St. John the Apostle." John was the disciple whom Jesus gave Mary to us and to Mary.

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