A Timeless Marian Treasure Compiled By Sr. Manetta Lamberty, S.C.C.
Deepen your devotion for the Empress of the Universe!
This universal Mother has long been in orbit, circling the globe, answering urgent calls with radar swiftness and enriching every hamlet, every village, every country of each succeeding century. Tradition, as recorded in this tribute to the Mother of God, has left us a Mary-message for each of the three hundred and sixty-five days of the year. Devotees of Mary will find in this unpretentious volume a wealth of inspiration to rocket their thoughts into space, straight to the heart of their Queen, the Woman in Orbit.
Sister M. Virginia Seabert, S.C.C.
Woman in Orbit consists of 421 pages including two bonus additions - Your Mother, Your Queen, a Love Letter featuring selected quotes from various approved Marian apparitions and Mary, the Power of Her Name by St. Alphonso Liguouri.
FREE Divine Mercy Rosary DVD with every purchase - includes the four mysteries of the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet featuring quotes from the Diary of St. Faustina.
"Cap-de-la-Madeleine was a parish of lukewarm Catholics. Fr. Desilets was going to use the rosary as a weapon to restore the vitality of their faith."
Recorded from October 7th, the Feast of the Holy Rosary, to October 13th, the 100th Anniversary of the Miracle of the Sun - the story of Our Lady of the Cape reveals the gravity of our Heavenly Mother's love for souls and the means she uses to bring her children back to faith in her Son.
About the Author
James Gerard Shaw first visited Our Lady of the Cape as Feature Editor for the British United Press on August 15th, 1948 - the day Isabelle Naud went home from the Blessing of the Sick and rose from the wheel-chair she had been tied to for ten years. In 1950 he succeeded Fr. John Mole, OMI, as editor of Our Lady of the Cape magazine, a position he left in 1953 to devote himself to writing books.
Shaw's unique insight, writing at the height of Marian piety in Canada, and with access to the exhaustive archives at the Cape, reveals many crucial details long forgotten about the extraordinary story of Canada's spiritual heritage ... a careful listen is almost certainly bound to lead the listener to a "Cape Conversion; the aha moment one experiences upon discovering the length, depth and breadth of Heaven's Divinedesign through the founding of Cap-de-la-Madeleine and the story of Our Lady of the Cape."
BY SAINT LOUIS-MARIE GRIGNION DE MONTFORT, ADAPTED BY EDDIE DOHERTY
To find the grace of God, we must discover Mary.
“An effective means for Christians to live faithfully their baptismal commitments.” — Pope John Paul II, in his Encyclical Letter Redemptoris Mater
Described as “authentic Marian spirituality” by Pope John Paul II, this short but powerful work will lead you on the path to perfect consecration to Jesus Christ through the hands of his mother, Mary—for she “has a precise place in the plan of salvation.”
In this down-to-earth handbook, Saint Louis de Montfort provides excellent recommendations for both interior and exterior practices of devotion, and carefully explains the wonderful effects that this consecration can bring about in your life. This little-known devotion truly frees the soul, giving it the freedom of the children of God. You will find many fruits of grace. You will be surprised. And you will be filled with joy.
“You must use this secret for your own growth in holiness and for the saving of your soul. It will help you only if you use it. The more you use it the more it will help you.”
This is a message desperately needed in our day, and for this reason—and at the request of the Montfort Missionaries—St. Louis’ classic work has been adapted for modern times by popular contemporary journalist, Eddie Doherty.