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November 12th, 2012

Poem : Mary, The Immaculate

Mary The Immaculate

God willed through His Spirit
A ‘preservative redemption’
For Mary – the Mother of His Son.

Being The Creator
And apart from His Creation
His will was done.

For in no manner could His Word
Becoming Jesus – Our Savior from
Sin – be stained with the Original
Sin of Adam and Eve.

Thus, God, The Father ordained
That The Mother of Our Lord Jesus
Would be immaculate, that is,
Free from any trace of Original Sin.

Those in denial of this truth
Are claiming that Jesus was ‘a sinner’.
Thus the source of the latter
Can only be – the father of lies!

May God have mercy on them
And bring them to the TRUTH!!!

– – – written by Liam Ó Comáin

August 18th, 2012

Rosary is More Of Jesus Than Of Mary

Rosary is More Of Jesus Than Of Mary

Many of the protestant evangelical brothers think the Holy Rosary is more about Mary and less about Jesus. And that the primary focus is always of Mary that we (Catholics) fail to realize the dreaded “repetition” of words attributed to it in the Gospel of Mathew 6:7; KJV “But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking.”

The Repetition Argument Against Rosary

At first glance of this verse our fundamentalist brothers seem correct on their allegations against Catholics practicing this form of prayers. Catholics with less faith can easily be convinced and subverted of their original positions and allegiance to their Church. The “repetition” argument proves damaging to those who have less faith but to those who have faith on its effect and miraculous results (praying the Holy Rosary), many are willing to be called blind followers or fanatics in the name of Mary and the Holy Rosary.

Does repeating a prayer to God violate Jesus teaching? Our protestant brothers said, definitely, because Mathew 6:6-8 said so; KJV- 6 “But thou, when thou prayest, enter into thy closet, and when thou hast shut thy door, pray to thy Father which is in secret; and thy Father which seeth in secret shall reward thee openly.7 But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking.8 Be not ye therefore like unto them: for your Father knoweth what things ye have need of, before ye ask him.”

Will examine the alleged malpractices charge to us by our protestant brothers if that “repetition’’ argument on its broader context does not contradict Jesus teaching.

In Mathew 6:7; KJV- 7 “But when ye pray, use not vain repetitions, as the heathen do: for they think that they shall be heard for their much speaking.” To arrive to a better conclusion of this text we should examine also why Jesus language and message was thrown in this manner. 2 “Therefore when thou doest thine alms, do not sound a trumpet before thee, as the hypocrites do in the synagogues and in the streets, that they may have glory of men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.” 5 “And when thou prayest, thou shalt not be as the hypocrites are: for they love to pray standing in the synagogues and in the corners of the streets, that they may be seen of men. Verily I say unto you, they have their reward.”

These two verses (2&5) have a connection to verse 6 to help us understand its broader context of the messages. The connection can be glaringly seen by the used of the words “hypocrites and synagogues” as have been the practice of the Pharisees during that time. Jesus often called the Pharisees hypocrites (Mat 15:7; 16:3; 22:18; 23:23,25,27,29; Mk 7: 6). …. 8 “How can you say, ‘We are wise, and the law of the Lord is with us’? … 8: 11 in Matthew 21:13; “According to scripture He said my house will be called a house of prayer; this indicates that at least part of the above was for His time.

Jesus Himself Repeats Prayers

Now we shall expound if repetitive prayers violate or contradict Jesus teaching.

Mathew 26:38-45 KJV- “38 Then he said to them, “My soul is overwhelmed with sorrow to the point of death. Stay here and keep watch with me.” 39 Going a little farther, he fell with his face to the ground and prayed, “My Father, if it is possible, may this cup be taken from me. Yet not as I will, but as you will.” 40 Then he returned to his disciples and found them sleeping. “Could you men not keep watch with me for one hour?” he asked Peter. 41 “Watch and pray so that you will not fall into temptation. The spirit is willing, but the body is weak.”

42 He went away a second time and prayed, “My Father, if it is not possible for this cup to be taken away unless I drink it, may your will be done.”43 When he came back, he again found them sleeping, because their eyes were heavy. 44 So he left them and went away once more and prayed the third time, saying the same thing. 45 Then he returned to the disciples and said to them, “Are you still sleeping and resting? Look, the hour is near, and the Son of Man is betrayed into the hands of sinners.”

See how Jesus himself repeats prayers, such as at Matthew 26:44, and in three instances he repeated a prayer to His Father. Protestants such as Martin Luther have employed this verse to attack Catholic practices such as the use of praying the Holy Rosaries. This is a clear manifestation proponent against repetitive prayer erred in interpreting Mt.6:6-8 because Jesus would surely not contradict His teaching with His action in Mt.26:44; “So he left them and went away once more and prayed the third time, saying the same thing.” The old familiar saying was correct that “Action speaks louder than Words”. Jesus practice repetitive prayer (41) “so that we will not fall into temptation” as suggested by the very verse in that episode.

One of my letter exchanging (Christian) mates in the mary forum sent me letter addressed this way: Comment #1301

“I must point out that the topic of this post is titled – SHOULD WE PRAY TO VIRGIN MARY? – people till date have post argument for and against. Well.. no body has considered what the RC Church actually says in its official teachings of the Catechism (CCC). The surprising answer is that the RC Church officially does only state that Virgin Mary and saints can only be “honoured” and not prayed to or worshipped.”

Precisely, you have correctly indicated that Catholics do honored Mary and the Saints and not prayed to or worshipped! Thank you sir for helping us Catholic shared your personal view to our dear protestant brothers.

The word “prayer” means to ask, not “to worship”. People who pray to Mary are only asking for her to pray to Jesus WITH them. Mary is not “between” us and God, but is rather “alongside” of us in her prayers. Mary was not only the first Christian; she was also the first Evangelist. And by all indications the real first-born from above (again) Christian.

Why we pray to Mary, maybe what they mean is the Holy Rosary? First and foremost, my dear brothers the Rosary is not a prayer of words but of meditation…meditated the entire gospel, the incarnation, birth, life, suffering, death, resurrection, and glory of our Lord Jesus the Christ. The Rosary is also called “angelic salutation”, it is the summary about the Blessed Virgin and his Son’s life on earth and it consists of two parts, that of praise and petition.

The key to properly saying the rosary is to concentrate on the Hail Mary, and more emphasis on the MEDITATION of the MYSTERIES. In that way, you are properly reliving the entire GOSPEL in your heart and soul. (Hebrew 8:10) “I will put my laws into their minds and write them on their hearts. Then I will be their God and they shall be my people.” This is the quickest and surest way to please the Holy Trinity as told to us by St. Domininic in his book the secret of the Holy Rosary.

Vocal Prayer: (Biblical)

Let us prove if the Rosary is more Mary than Jesus; let us do some accounting:

1) Begin: Creed; 1 Father – 1 Jesus (Son) – 1 Holy Spirit 1 Hail Mary

2) Our Father 1 our Father –

3) For Faith 1 Hail Mary – 1 Jesus (SON) –

4) For Hope 1 Hail Mary – 1 Jesus (SON) –

5) For Charity 1 Hail Mary – 1 Jesus (SON) –

6) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus (SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh, my Jesus

7) Mystery of day 1 our Father –

8) Hail Mary each 10 Hail Mary – 10 Jesus(SON)- of the ten beads

9) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus(SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh my Jesus

10) Mystery of day 1 Father –

11) Hail Mary each 10Hail Mary – 10 Jesus(SON) of the ten beads

12) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus(SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh my Jesus

13) Mystery of day 1 Father –

14) Hail Mary each 10Hail Mary – 10 Jesus(SON) of the ten beads

15) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus(SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh my Jesus

16) Mystery of day 1our Father

17) Hail Mary each 10Hail Mary – 10 Jesus(SON) of the ten beads

18) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus(SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh my Jesus

19) Mystery of day 1our Father –

20) Hail Mary each 10Hail Mary – 10 Jesus(SON) – of the ten beads

21) Glory be & 1 Father – 2 Jesus(SON) – 1 Holy Spirit – Oh my Jesus

22) Hail Holy Queen 2 Mary 1 Jesus(SON) –

23) Oh God 1 Father (GOD) 1 Jesus(SON) – 1 Mary

13 Our Father; 57 Mary 68 Jesus(Son) – 7 Holy Spirit

Vocal layer results:

* From its decade there were 13 refers to Father.
* From its decade there were 57 refers to Mary.
* From its decade there were 68 refers to Jesus.
* From its decade there were 07 refers to Holy Spirit.
* Combine Father, Son, and the Holy Spirit equals 88 lines.
* Mary has 57 lines divided into 88 lines composing the Trinity.
* Resulting to 0.353% more on Mary and 0.647% on Trinity /Jesus.

About The Mysteries

For each decade of the Rosary focuses on passages of scripture as a meditation. These are called the mysteries. Out of 20 meditation decades (5 are done each day) 18 of them follow Jesus through the Bible and two are related to Mary (Assumption and Coronation).


My simple accounting proves that the Rosary is more of Jesus (TRINITY) than of Mary. PLUS meditating the sorrowful mysteries in each bead is much more beneficial, from the agony in the garden to the crucifixion in death on the cross would be the best sign that we can show and share His passion carrying the (our own) cross.

Matthew 19: NIV-23 “Then he said to them all: “Whoever wants to be my disciple must deny themselves and take up their CROSS DAILY AND FOLLOW ME.” Through DAILY recitation and MEDITATION of whole mysteries of the ROSARY we surely shared His cross (also ours) and assured we FOLLOW Jesus right path to our salvation.

Jesus king of mercy I trust in you. Oh Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee! Ave Maria!

– – – written by Christine Marie

August 17th, 2012

The Hail Mary of A Protestant

Hail Mary of a Protestant

This is the beautiful incident of a protestant drawing much strength from the prayer of Hail Mary, unknowingly.

A little six-year-old Protestant boy had often heard his Catholic companion reciting the prayer ‘Hail Mary.’ He liked it so much that he copied it, memorized it and would recite it every day. ‘Look, Mummy, what a beautiful prayer,’ he said to his mother one day.

‘Never again say it,’ answered the mother.’ it is a superstitious prayer of catholics who adore idols and think Mary a goddess. After all, she is a woman like any other. Come on, take this Bible and read it. It contains everything that we are bound to do and have to do.’ From that day on the little boy discontinued his daily ‘Hail Mary’ and gave himself more time to reading the Bible instead.

One day, while reading the Gospel, he came across the passage about the Annunciation of the Angel to Our Lady. Full of joy, the little boy ran to his mother and said: ‘Mummy, I have found the ‘Hail Mary’ in the Bible which says: ‘Hail Mary full of grace, the Lord is with thee, blessed art thou amongst women. ‘Why do you call it a superstitious prayer?’

On another occasion he found that beautiful Salutation of St. Elizabeth to The Virgin Mary and the wonderful canticle. MAGNIFICAT in which Mary foretold that ‘the generations would call her blessed.’ He said no more about it to his mother but started to recite the ‘Hail Mary’ every day as before. He felt pleasure in addressing those charming words to the Mother of Jesus, our Savior.

When he was fourteen, he one day heard a discussion on Our Lady among the members of his family. Every one said that Mary was a common woman like any other woman. The boy, after listening to their erroneous reasoning, could not bear it any longer, and full of indignation, he interrupted them, saying:

‘Mary is not like any other children of Adam, stained with sin. No! The Angel called her FULL OF GRACE AND BLESSED AMONGST WOMEN. Mary is the Mother of Jesus Christ and consequently Mother of God. There is no higher dignity to which a creature can be raised. The Gospel says that the generations will proclaim her blessed and you are trying to despise her and look down on her. Your spirit is not the Spirit Of the Gospel or of the Bible which you proclaim to be the foundation of the Christian religion.’

So deep was the impression which the boy’s talk had made that his mother many times cried out sorrowfully: ‘Oh my God! I fear that this son of mine will one day join the Catholic religion, the religion of Popes!’ And indeed, not very long afterwards, having made a serious study of both Protestantism and Catholicism, the boy found the latter to be the only true religion and embraced it and became one of its most ardent apostles.

Some time after his conversion, he met his married sister who rebuked him and said indignantly: ‘You little know how much I love my children. Should any one of them desire to become a Catholic, I would sooner pierce his heart with a dagger than allow him to embrace the religion of the Popes!’

Her anger and temper were as furious as those of St. Paul before his conversion. However, she would change her ways, just as St. Paul did on his way to Damascus. It so happened that one of her sons fell dangerously ill and the doctors gave up hope of recovery. Her brother then approached her affectionately, saying:

‘My dear sister, you naturally wish to have your child cured. Very well, then, do what I ask you to do. Follow me, let us pray one ‘Hail Mary’ and promise God that, if your son recovers his health, you would seriously study the Catholic doctrine, and should you come to the conclusion that Catholicism is the only true religion, you would embrace it no matter what the sacrifices may be.’

His sister was somewhat reluctant at the beginning but as she wished for her son’s recovery. She accepted her brother’s proposal and recited the ‘Hail Mary’ together with him. The next day her son was completely cured! The mother fulfilled her promise and she studied the Catholic doctrine. After long preparation she received Baptism together with her family, thanking her brother for being an apostle to her.

The story was related during a sermon given by the Rev. Father Tuckwell. ‘Brethren, he went on and said, ‘The boy who became a Catholic and converted his sister to Catholicism dedicated his whole life to the service of God. He is the priest who is speaking to you now! What I am I owe to Our Lady.

You, too, my dear brethren, be entirely dedicated also to Our Lady and never let a day pass without saying the beautiful prayer, ‘Hail Mary’, and your Rosary. Ask her to enlighten the minds of Protestants who are separated from the true Church of Christ founded on the Rock (Peter) and ‘against whom the gates of hell shall never prevail.’

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