There are two types of Marian devotees in this world.
There are winners. And there are losers.
What makes the difference?
This is a very important question, because St. Louis de Montfort says many are losers. And by losers, he means they lose their eternal salvation.
“There are at this time, more than ever, false devotions to our Blessed Lady which it is easy to mistake for true ones. The devil, like a false coiner and an experienced deceiver, has already deceived and destroyed so many souls by a false devotion to the Blessed Virgin, that he makes a daily use of his diabolical experience to plunge many others by this same way into everlasting perdition” (“True Devotion to Mary”, #90).
Being one of the greatest Marian Saints in the history of the Church, St. Louis de Montfort obviously figured out what makes the difference. And so, he took a different approach.
And now you can too. In fact, you can take his approach, because you now have access to the secrets which skyrocketed St. Louis’ own Marian devotion.
He was so familiar with the works of St. Teresa of Avila he almost knew them by heart.
He has the distinction of having written St. Louis de Montfort’s favorite Marian book, called “The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God”, published for anyone who’s ever wanted to take his devotion to Mary to the highest possible level.
This book so impressed St. Louis de Montfort, that he drew from it extensively when he wrote his “True Devotion to Mary”. He even took his motto from Fr. Boudon: “God Alone”.
- how to follow in the footsteps of a great Marian saint
- why you can be certain of honoring God by this devotion
- how God is the ultimate end of this devotion
- why the devil hates the Rosary, and how you can beat him
You’ll get the inside story of the untold benefits you can receive for having devotion to St. John the Apostle. You’ll discover little-known, very inspiring examples from the life of St. John Chrysostom, from which you can benefit immensely. (Fr. Boudon was also St. John Chrysostom’s biographer.)
You’ll drink in why devotion to St. Joseph, St. Joachim, and St. Anne is important, other Saints to be devoted to, and how devotion to them can increase your devotion to Mary. You’ll learn excellent ways you can honor the holy Angels, why it’s necessary to have devotion to them, and the immense benefits to you for doing so.
You’ll find out why faithfully living your devotion to Mary will bring you a high place in Heaven. You’ll get air-tight refutations against the objections which are formed against this Marian devotion. (You won’t be at a loss for words again.)
You’ll learn why you can never honor Mary enough. You’ll uncover the strength of Mary’s Immaculate Heart, and how Jesus Himself taught St. Mechtilde devotion to it (You’ve never seen it described like this.). You’ll discover a clear explanation of the tricks of the demons and how they use against us the very means we have of overcoming them. (Fr. Boudon gives the most assured means overcoming them, and you’ll find out what the devil dreads the most.)
And if that’s not enough to get you to dive into this book, look at what St. Louis de Montfort’s biographers had to say about it…
Canon Blain, St. Louis-Marie’s best friend wrote: “As Louis-Marie devoted a lot of time to spiritual reading, he became familiar with nearly all books dealing with the spiritual life. Those which in my opinion were his favorites were those by the late Fr. Boudon.
“He would have liked everybody to join the society of the slaves of the Blessed Virgin. The source of this zeal was the book (“The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God”) written on this subject by the late Fr. Boudon.”
Montfort Father Jean-Marie Texier: “The writings of this holy priest (Fr. Boudon) charmed the fervent seminarian (St. Louis-Marie) in his free time and gave a lively impulse to his momentum toward the good. But none captivated him as much as “The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God”.
“It is a rich repertoire from which Montfort drew extensively when his composed his Treatise on the True Devotion. One finds, in effect, in the writings of Montfort, the thoughts of Boudon, and sometimes even his expressions.”
Can you imagine how rich your spiritual life would be if you knew exactly what St. Louis de Montfort did to skyrocket his own devotion to Mary? You don’t have to imagine it. This book will show you how to do it.
But before I tell you why and show you how, St. Louis de Montfort points out…
Okay, here are St. Louis’ 3 reasons you’re not making your desired progress:
FIRST: This Marian devotion is: (1) “a mystery of grace unknown to even the wisest and most spiritual among Christians” (#21); (2) “one of these secrets of grace, unknown by the greater number of Christians, known even to few of the devout, and practiced and relished by a far less number still (#82); and (3), “a secret unknown to almost all Christians, even the most devout” (#177).
Plus, St. Louis admitted he left a lot out.
He said: “I have now said many things about the most holy Virgin; but I have many more to say, and there are infinitely more which I shall omit, whether from ignorance, inability, or want of time, in the design which I have to form a true client of Mary, and a true disciple of Jesus Christ” (#111).
SECOND: The lack of the interior spirit. “As the essential of this devotion consists in the interior which it ought to form, it will not be equally comprehended by everybody. Some will stop at what is exterior in it, and will go no further, and these will be the greatest number. Some, in small number, will enter into its inward spirit; but they will only mount one step” (#119).
THIRD: The devil. “Because the devils, who are skillful thieves, wish to surprise us unawares, and to strip us. They watch day and night for the favorable moment. For that end they go round about us incessantly to devour us, and to snatch from us in one moment, by a sin, all that we have gained of graces and of merits for many years.
“Their malice, their experience, their stratagems, and their number, ought to make us fear immensely this misfortune, especially when we see how many persons, fuller of grace than we are, richer in virtues, better founded in experience, and far exalted in sanctity, have been surprised, robbed, and unhappily pillaged.
“Ah! How many of the cedars of Lebanon, how many of the stars of the firmament, have we not seen to fall miserably, and in the twinkling of an eye to lose all their height and all their brightness!” (#88)
So, it’s obvious from what St. Louis said these reasons for your lack of progress have nothing to do with you.
But because he said he took up his pen so that “sooner or later the Blessed Virgin shall have more children, servants, and slaves of love than ever” (#113), he gives you…
massive progress at breathtaking speed
Yes, you read that right. God depends on Mary…even to this day.
St. Louis de Montfort is quite clear on this. Listen…
“Let us recall here, as a proof of the dependence we ought to have on our Blessed Lady, what I have said above in bringing forward the example which the Father, the Son, and the Holy Ghost give of this dependence.
“The Father has not given, and does not give, His Son except by her; He has no children but by her; and communicated no graces but by her.
“God the Son has not been formed for the whole world in general except by her; and He is not daily formed and engendered except by her, in the union with the Holy Ghost; neither does He communicate His merits and His virtues except by her.
“The Holy Ghost has not formed Jesus Christ except by her; neither does He form the members of Our Lord’s Mystical Body except by her; and through her alone does He dispense His favors and His gifts.
“After so many and such pressing examples of the Most Holy Trinity, can we, without an extreme blindness, dispense ourselves from Mary, and not consecrate ourselves to her, and depend on her to go to God, and to sacrifice ourselves to God” (#140)?
TWO. Talent. God invites everyone to follow this way, because everyone can walk this path. A high IQ isn’t necessary.
THREE. Experience. “Whoever, then, wishes to…advance in the way of perfection, and surely and perfectly to find Jesus Christ, let him embrace with great-heartedness this devotion to our Blessed Lady, which perhaps he has not known before; let him enter into this excellent way, which was unknown to him and which I now point out: ‘I show you a more excellent way’” (#168).
What, then, does this Marian devotion require?
First of all, as you just read, it requires the interior spirit, which this book helps you grasp. It also requires fidelity and perseverance. Our Lady obtains both for you.
“Our Blessed Lady is the faithful Virgin, who by her fidelity to God repairs the losses which the faithless Eve has caused by her infidelity. It is she who obtains the graces of fidelity and perseverance for those who attach themselves to her” (#175).
When you finish reading this book, you’ll know how to attach yourself to Our Lady much better than you know now.
If you get these three things down, just these – nothing more, nothing less, the results will be hard to believe.
When understanding the secrets to St. Louis de Montfort’s extraordinary devotion to Mary is made so simple, it becomes clear that progress can be made in a very short time.
As a result, St. Louis de Montfort could say: “As there are secrets of nature to do in a short time at little cost and with facility, natural operation, so also in like manner there are secrets in the order of grace to do in a short time with sweetness and facility, supernatural operations” (#82). No more than five minutes a day is required. Five minutes, not of study, but of a fascinating encounter with Our Lady!
St. Maximilian Kolbe gives some excellent advice on how best to have this fascinating encounter with Our Lady.
“The Immaculata is a totally godlike being existing on an infinitely higher plane than all that surrounds you. She will be revealing herself to you through the sentences you read and will suggest thoughts, convictions, affections which have probably not even entered the author’s mind.
“Do not begin to read before you have prayed to her. Do not try to read much, but interrupt your reading by lifting up your heart to her, especially when various affections arise in your heart. And when you finish your reading, confide to her the task of bringing forth in you an ever more bountiful harvest. Read not out of curiosity, but rather read a little well.
“We should put into practice what we have read. It is sufficient to dedicate five minutes daily to the reading, but be resolute, and do not omit these five minutes any day. This will be an assurance of advancement in perfection.”
And so, St. Louis said of Mary: “For an egg she gives an ox; that is to say, for a little that is given to her, she gives much of what she has received from God” (#81).
As an example, here are…
this Marian devotion helps produce in you
SECOND – “It would be no wonder if, at the hour of death, it should be found that a person faithful to this practice shall, by the means of it, have delivered many souls from Purgatory, and converted many sinners, though he shall have done nothing more than the ordinary actions of his state of life. What joy at his judgment! What glory in his eternity” (#172)!
THIRD – The most unique effect of all - - it’ll help you become greater than the Saints. That’s not a misprint. And St. Louis tells you why…
“There have been some Saints, but they have been in small numbers, who have passed by this sweet path to go to Jesus, because the Holy Ghost, faithful Spouse of Mary, has by a singular grace disclosed it to them. But the rest of the Saints, who are the greater number, although they have all had devotion to our Blessed Lady, have not on that account, or at least very little, entered upon this way. This is why they have had to pass through harder and more dangerous trials” (#152).
So, not only can you surpass the Saints, it’s easier for you to do so.
Here’s even more proof.
“The formation and the education of the great Saints who shall come at the end of the world are reserved for (Mary)” (#35),
“I have said that this would come to pass particularly at the end of the world, and indeed presently, because the Most High with His holy Mother has to form for Himself great Saints, who shall surpass most of the other Saints in sanctity, as much as the cedars of Lebanon outgrow the little shrubs, as has been revealed to a holy soul, whose life has been written by a great servant of God” (#47).
Now, you may or may not believe we’re in the Last Times, and you’re free not to, but Sr. Lucia of Fatima believed so and said so.
See what she had to say:
“Father, the Most Holy Virgin did not tell me that we are in the last times of the world, but She made me understand this for three reasons. The first reason is because She told me that the devil is in the mood for engaging in a decisive battle against the Virgin. And a decisive battle is the final battle where one side will be victorious and the other side will suffer defeat. Hence from now on we must choose sides. Either we are for God or we are for the devil; there is no other possibility.”
By the way, as a child of Mary and one who keeps the commandments of God, this decisive battle includes you.
But to return to your being greater than the Saints…
Best of all…
…St. Louis promises you can do this and enjoy all these rewards without changing your daily routine or adding any new spiritual practices, unless you want to.
“Isn’t this to love our neighbor perfectly? Isn’t this to be the true disciple of Jesus Christ, who is always to be recognized by His charity? Isn’t this the way to convert sinners, without any fear of vanity; and to deliver souls from Purgatory, without scarcely doing anything but what we are obliged to do by our state of life” (#171)?
“It would be no wonder if, at the hour of death, it should be found that a person faithful to this practice shall, by means of it, have delivered many souls from Purgatory, and converted many sinners, though he shall have done nothing more than the ordinary actions of his state of life. What joy at his judgment! What glory in his eternity!” (#172)
Furthermore, he says “by that immaculate way of Mary and that divine practice which I am teaching, we toil but little” (#218).
And more than that, not only is this the easiest way for you to get the best results, it also produces them for you in the quickest amount of time.
That’s why St. Louis says: “As there are secrets of nature to do in a short time at little cost and with facility, natural operation, so also in like manner there are secrets in the order of grace to do in a short time with sweetness and facility, supernatural operations” (#82).
And so, with this devotion: “At a slight expense, and in a short time he will become God-like, because he has been cast in the same mold which has formed a God” (#219).
Then he asks: “Why do you think that Jesus lived so short a time on earth, and of those few years spent nearly all of them in subjection and obedience to His Mother? This is the truth: that He was perfected indeed in a short time, but that He lived a long time, longer than Adam, whose fall He had come to repair, although the patriarch lived above nine hundred years.
“Jesus Christ lived a long time, because He lived in complete subjection to His holy Mother, and closely united with her, in order that He might thus obey God His Father.
“For the Holy Ghost says that a man who honors his mother is like a man who lays up a treasure; that is to say, he who honors Mary his Mother up to the point of subjecting himself to her and obeying her in all things, will soon become exceedingly rich: because he is every day amassing treasures by the secret of that philosopher’s stone: “He who honors his mother is as one who lays up a treasure” (Ecclesiasticus 3:5).
There’s no need to weigh the pros and cons of this devotion, because there aren’t any cons. How could there be when God Himself still takes this way of dependence on Mary?
So, there’s clearly no reason for you not to dive right in. This is a no brainer.
And if you’re faithful to this Marian devotion, you’ll be out of the woods for good, because any way that God shows you by His own example can’t fail. If you follow the way He shows you, the sky’s the limit.
The way of dependence on Mary is God’s accelerated, proven plan for you to attain the heights of holiness. No more guesswork.
God invites you to take part in a mission of great significance for the Mystical Body of Christ and for the entire world. A mission, incidentally, Jesus said most people don’t accept - - to their own detriment.
“For many are called, few are chosen” (Mt. 20:16).
“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many. How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few” (Mt. 7:13-14).
If you imitate the many, you’ll miss out on the greatness God desires so much for you.
But by accepting God’s invitation to follow His way of dependence on Mary, you will, in a real sense, establish yourself in history.
Your biography, your accomplishments in living this way of dependence on Mary, will be permanently recorded, inscribed, and displayed in the Book of Life, available for the entire heavenly court to see.
“Everyone who acknowledges Me before others I will acknowledge before My heavenly Father” (Mt. 10:32).
“I tell you, everyone who acknowledges Me before others the Son of Man will acknowledge before the angels of God” (Lk. 12:8).
“I will never erase his name from the Book of Life but will acknowledge his name in the presence of My Father and of His angels” (Apoc. 3:5).
For this reason, St. Louis de Montfort says: “Oh, how highly we glorify God, when, to please Him, we submit ourselves to Mary, after the example of Jesus, our sole Exemplar!” (#18)
After he pointed out that Jesus is “our only Model to whom we should conform ourselves” (#61), he adds: “Having, then, before our eyes an example so plain and so well-known to the whole world, are we so senseless as to imagine that we can find a more perfect or a shorter means of glorifying God than that of submitting ourselves to Mary, after the example of her Son” (#139)?
Now, with everything you’ve read so far you may want to ask yourself if you’re in it to win it.
And you may want to consider whether you can find an easier, shorter, faster, and more secure way to God than the one He shows you by His own example of dependence on Mary.
Every Pope has approved this Marian devotion. In the history of the Church, none have ever condemned it, because they saw no downside in it.
And as you read above, this devotion is also the best way to help your neighbor, who needs your help.
In fact, Blessed Pope Paul VI said:
“There reigns among men, by the hidden and benign mystery of the divine will, a supernatural solidarity whereby the sin of one harms the others just as the holiness of one also benefits the others. Thus the Christian faithful give each other mutual help to attain their supernatural aim. Thus while attaining their own salvation, they have also cooperated in the salvation of their brothers in the unity of the Mystical Body.”
Remember, at Fatima, in August of 1917, Our Lady expressly said she needs your help: “Pray much and make sacrifices for sinners, for many souls go to hell because there is no one to make sacrifices for them.”
Our Lady is pointing out how urgently - - even desperately - - souls need your help. And your neighbor needs your help right now, because it was to help people in the NOW that Jesus came into this world. When the sick, the lepers, and the blind went to Him, He didn’t tell them God sent these afflictions so they might be worthy of Heaven. No! He healed them right then and there!
He didn’t tell the hungry multitudes that fasting was good for their souls. He fed them on the spot! It’s by helping people in the present that you help them attain heavenly glory in the future.
Don’t forget, Noah took immediate action and began building the ark BEFORE it started raining. Unlike the five foolish virgins in the Gospel (and most people, actually), he didn’t wait until his back was against the wall before taking action, because he was smart.
Here Jesus is showing you the wisdom of planning ahead, and you can see how unwise it is to wait until your back is against the wall before taking action.
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And in addition to what Our Lady said at Fatima, there are other important reasons why you want to take action today.
“The thief comes not, but for to steal, and to kill, and to destroy. I am come that they may have life, and may have it more abundantly” (Jn. 10:10).
Think about what “abundantly” means. It means God wants you to prosper in your devotion to Mary, not just get by.
“Easy to mistake for true ones,” he says. Someone once said about debt, and this applies equally to the chains of Satan: “They’re too weak to be felt until they are too strong to be broken.” This is all by devilish design, and that’s why St. Louis adds that Satan “lulls them to sleep” (#90).
That’s the real problem with the devil. He’s so sneaky you normally don’t realize you’ve been caught in his coils and robbed blind of all your graces until it’s too late to do anything about it. And the number of the lost is much greater than you think.
“The perverse are hard to be corrected, and the number of fools is infinite” (Ecclesiastes 1:15). Infinite. That’s a lot more than simple majority.
The devil is so insidious, God felt it necessary to issue this warning twice: “Sometimes a way seems right to a man, but the end of it leads to death!” (Prov. 14:12; 16:25).
And the devil is very skillful and very successful using his “diabolical experience to plunge many others by this same way into everlasting perdition.” And thus Jesus could say: “How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few” (Mt. 7:13-14).
On the other hand, Jesus says: “Blessed are those servants, whom the Lord when He comes shall find watching” (Lk. 12:37).
“You also must be prepared, for at an hour you do not expect, the Son of Man will come” (Lk. 12:40).
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Now you are at a very important crossroad in your life.
You can either choose to follow the way God still takes today, or not.
St. Peter says: “Therefore, brothers, be all the more eager to make your call and election sure, for, in doing so, you will never stumble. For, in this way, entry into the eternal kingdom of our Lord and savior Jesus Christ will be richly provided for you” (2 Pet. 1:10-11).
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Declining to do so all but guarantees you’ll be going nowhere fast in your devotion to Mary and definitely guarantees you’ll be exposed to more dangers from the evil one.
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Here’s St. Louis de Montfort’s reminder:
“The devils, who are skillful thieves, wish to surprise us unawares, and to strip us. They watch day and night for the favorable moment. For that end they go round about us incessantly to devour us. And to snatch from us in one moment, by a sin, all that we have gained of graces and of merits for many years.
“Their malice, their experience, their stratagems, and their number, ought to make us fear immensely this misfortune, especially when we see how many persons, fuller of grace than we are, richer in virtues, better founded in experience, and far higher exalted in sanctity, have been surprised, robbed, and unhappily pillaged” (“True Devotion to Mary”, #88).
That’s why St. Peter warns: “Be sober and vigilant. Your opponent the devil is prowling around like a roaring lion looking for someone to devour” (1 Pt. 5:8).
And St. Paul gives you the true nature of the battle: “For our struggle is not with flesh and blood but with the principalities, with the powers, with the world rulers of this present darkness, with the evil spirits in the heavens” (Eph. 6:12).
Instead of seeing you enjoy eternal life and the “peace of God which surpasses all understanding” (Phi. 4:7), he’s eager – and uses every waking moment – to have you join him in his fate:
“The Devil who had led them astray was thrown into the pool of fire and sulfur, where the beast and the false prophet were. There they will be tormented day and night forever and ever. This pool of fire is the second death” (Apoc. 20:10, 14).
And Jesus Himself says the devil is quite successful:
“Enter through the narrow gate; for the gate is wide and the road broad that leads to destruction, and those who enter through it are many. How narrow the gate and constricted the road that leads to life. And those who find it are few” (Mt. 7:13-14).
If he weren’t so successful in dragging souls to eternal perdition, why would Jesus say few find the road that leads to life?
That’s why St. Louis de Montfort says: “Their malice, their experience, their stratagems, and their number, ought to make us fear immensely this misfortune…” (#88).
But devotion to Mary offers you the best security. It helps you “put on the armor of God so that you may be able to stand firm against the tactics of the devil” (Eph. 6:11).
This is exactly what you need, because “we hold this treasure in earthen vessels” (2 Cor. 4:7).
And the devil knows firsthand how powerful this Marian devotion makes you against him.
He knows St. Louis de Montfort speaks the truth when he says this devotion keeps “the (soul) more faithfully in grace, and grace more faithfully in it, uniting it more perfectly and more easily to Jesus Christ; and finally, being more glorious to God, more sanctifying to the soul, and more useful to our neighbor, than any other of the devotions to her” (#118).
That’s why St. Louis says: “The evil spirit does not for the most part counterfeit the other devotions, but only those to Jesus and Mary, the devotion to Holy Communion, and to our Blessed Lady, because they are, among other devotions, what gold and silver are amongst metals” (#90).
So you can see why St. Paul said “Satan masquerades as an angel of light” (2 Cor. 11:14).
On the other hand, Jesus and Mary want you to make rapid progress in your Marian devotion (to think differently would be absurd), and because “The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God” helps you make rapid progress…
…and because you’re clearly not into self-sabotage (otherwise you wouldn’t have read this far), then…
…who, other than the evil one, could possibly make you hesitate clicking the “ADD TO CART” button below today?
It’s your choice.
Wearing a seatbelt significantly reduces the potential consequences of those risks.
And yet there’s absolutely ZERO downside in wearing a seatbelt.
No one has ever arrived safely at his/her destination and been angry for having worn a seatbelt.
It’s that same characteristic that makes owning (“The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God” great: zero downside. Regardless of whether Satan attacks you or not.
But the fact is, he will attack your devotion to Mary, because if the foundation is bad, the house will crumble.
Owning “The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God” ensures you aren’t worse off for implementing the strategies. So, even if Satan never attacked you, you are STILL better off than you were before, because you’d still be growing in grace and giving God greater glory. There’s no downside to that.
In sports, they say defense wins championships. But since you can’t win without scoring, you also need a good offense.
This devotion to Mary gives you excellent defense and offense.
Mary’s defense of you makes sure that every grace and merit you’ve earned or will earn will be safe from the devil – the only one who’s doing everything he can to steal them – even as you read this.
“The fourth good office which Our Lady renders to her children and faithful servants is to protect and defend them. This good Mother and powerful Princess of the heavens would rather dispatch battalions of millions of Angels to help one of her servants than that it should ever be said that a faithful servant of Mary, who trusted in her, had had to succumb to the malice, the number, and the vehemence of his enemies” (“True Devotion to Mary”, #210).
As for good offense, Mary positions you for great gains in the spiritual life.
“By this devotion we confide all we possess to the Blessed Virgin, who is faithful….It is on her power that we lean. It is on her mercy and charity that we build, in order that she may preserve and increase our virtues and merits, in spite of the devil, the world, and the flesh, who put forth all their effort to take them from us” (#173).
Since Mary distributes “to whom she wills, as much as she wills, as she wills, and when she wills, all His gifts and graces” (#25), why do you think she gave you the grace to come to this page today?
Because, as Fr. Texier says in “To Jesus Through Mary”: “She is a good Mother who takes pleasure in her children and tries in every way to do them all possible good” (p.43). “She wants to communicate to each the share of the spiritual goods which is intended for him. Her admirable role is to bring all her children to the thrones which divine love has prepared for them” (p.44).
Then he says: “Let us resolve to place ourselves in her fruitful hands; let us allow her to do to us all the good that she dreamed for us” (p.44).
“The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God” helps you allow Mary to do all the good she wants for you.
If you’re hesitating to claim your copy of this book…..if you doubt this book will help you…..if you think this book will work for others but not for you…..or if you think this book will fail you somehow, I can assure you those thoughts aren’t from Mary. It’s only her enemy – Satan – who would put such thoughts in your mind.
As St. Louis de Montfort says: “He will put terrible snares before the faithful servants and true children of Mary, whom it gives him more trouble to conquer than it does to conquer others” (#50).
But if you’re ready to trample the devil under foot, run circles around him, and do great things for Mary, then “The Holy Slavery of the Admirable Mother of God” helps you do all these things.
It makes it as easy as possible for you to win. And if you win, countless others win. Jesus knows it. Mary knows it. And the devil knows it.
This Marian devotion is your way of fighting back. And it’s effective.
If you realize how much joy it would give Mary to help you understand what St. Louis de Montfort calls “one of these secrets of grace, unknown by the greater number of Christians, known even to few of the devout, and practiced and relished by a far less number still” (#82), then click the “ADD TO CART” button below – now.
It’s your choice.
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To Jesus through Mary,
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