Chapter 5

1. Who do all graces come from? Who do all graces come through?

2. What is Catholic belief regarding this?

3. What are the two things that Mary shared with Jesus to such an extent that She was given the privilege of being Reparatrix and also Dispensatrix of all the gifts won by Christ’s blood and death?

4. What two means should we employ as a militant?

5. How do we re-Christianize the world?

6. Why does Mary accomplish this goal infinitely better than we do?

7. How does is that different from us?

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  1. Chapter 5.
    1.Grace comes to us from God: Mary only distributes it.All graces come to us through Mary, and not that graces are given to us only if we pray to Mary. In Mary’s incomparable goodness, she obtains numerous graces are for those who do not pray to her, for those who do not know her, even for those who blaspheme her.
    2. Catholic belief holds that from the Assumption of Our Lady until the end of time, all the graces that God gives to men are distributed by His Mother.
    3.Because as Co-redemptrix with her Son she has done her part in meriting for us every grace that will ever be conferred. The Blessed Virgin, as the Sorrowful Mother, had also been subjected to suffering when she acquired these graces, should she not be in a position of honor now when these graces are distributed?
    Pope Pius X declared, ” associated by Christ in the work of redemption, she merits ” de congruo” ( in an inferior way)
    what Christ merits “de condigno” (in strict justice) and is the principal minister in the distribution of grace.
    Pope Benedict XV affirmed: “Because of the union of the BVM with Jesus in His redeeming Passion, graces of every kind, which we receive from the treasure of the redemption, are distributed to us, by the hand of the Mother of Sorrows.”
    4.As work of a militant, we want to bring those men who are living in the state of mortal sin to live the life of grace.
    we want those, whose consciences are free from mortal sin, to be guided by principles foreign to those of Christ, to live a more deeply spiritual life.

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  2. 5. Re-Christenizing the world, causing men to live the life of Christ, is evidently a supernatural work. Supernatural is the work of grace and to bring those men to life the ( 1) life of grace, their consciences are free from mortal sin, but who allow themselves to be guided by principles foreign to those of Christ, (2)to live a more deeply spiritual life.
    6. Mary obtains grace for men a thousand times more easily than you because she helped her Son in meriting this grace for them and because she is the Mother of the Author of Grace.
    7. Mary obtains all the graces that are necessary for him from the day he is born until the time he dies. She obtains all graces for ll men, for millions of human beings who have existed from the day of her Assumption until now and for those who will exist until the end of time. We will obtain only a few graces for a handful of men.

    Story of the Miraculous Medal. The Blessed Virgin appeared to Saint Catherine Laboure, a sister of Charity on November 27, 1830 in Paris. St. Catherine was in the Chapel at the time, making her meditation. She heard a rustling of the silken folds of a dress, raised her eyes and saw the BVM resplendent with light, garbed in a white robe and a cloak, the color of the dawn. Her feet rested on the globe of the world, in her hands she held another globe, which she offered to our Savior with an indescribable expression of supplication and love. Then she was presented the scene which has been represented on the Miraculous Medal. Mary’s hands, weighted with graces, symbolized by radiant rings, shed sheaves of luminous rays on the earth, but especially on one particular spot. The BVM lowered her eyes upon me and spoke “The globe that you see represents the whole world and particularly France, and each individual person. Behold the symbol of the graces that I shed upon the persons who ask them of me.”
    Have a medal struck on this model, whoever will carry it with piety will receive great graces, especially those who wear it about their neck. The graces will be abundant for those who have confidence.”The letter M (Mary) appeared surmounted by a cross, and below the M two hearts, one crowned with thorns, the other pierced by a sword around the edge was a crown of twelve starts. In 1832, The Archbishop of Paris was consulted and he authorized that the medal be struck. Devotion spread throughout France and throughout the world..The medal has effected numerous miracles, unhoped-for cures, preservation from the dangers of death, and conversions of obstinate sinners. Medals can be obscured by sewing into garments, or attached on pillowcases to bring back the estranged to the Catholic faith.

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  3. All graces come from God through Mary. Catholic belief holds that from the Assumption of Our Lady until the end of time, all the graces that God gives to men are distributed by His Mother. The Blessed Virgin, as the Sorrowful Mother through the communion of her will and suffering with Christ, merited most worthily to become the Reparatrix and Dis-pensatrix of all the gifts that our Savior purchased for us by His death and by His blood. We want to re-Christianize our milieu and we NEED supernatural means to do so. Mary is able to obtain grace for men a thousand times more easily than us because she helped her Son in meriting this grace and she is the Mother of the Author of Grace. We may only be able to obtain a few graces for a handful of men.

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