Mary’s house in Ephesus is one of the most extraordinary places in the world which is loved by Catholics. Orthodox and Muslims.We owe this venerable place to [servant of God] who owe this hidden treasure for all of us.
And the Mother of Jesus was there
Vandana Mataj i, who lives in an Ashram in the Himalayas, and whose Sadhana Bhoomi in winter is Rishikesh by the Gangaji, has traveled and written much - always in the light of Indian Spirituality in which she specializes. Rev. Dr Amalorpavadass said of her writings that they “emerge from her own spiritual experience. She throbs with the very heart of India and thereby in incarnated identiﬁcation with its reality.” Here she presents Marian theology and pirituality as an Indian woman sees the Mother of Jesus and women in her own country. She emphasizes Interiority — the antarmukhi drishti an aspect common both to Mary and to Indian Spirituality. She stresses the dual role of Mary. She is the mokshadayini by her intercession for us all as our Mother, and she can bring us all together in India and in all countries today increasingly becoming religiously pluriform. Muslims venerate her
See how she loves us
See how she loves us is an amazing collection of apparitions of the blessed virgin Mary. Ranging across twenty three countries and two millennia the visions chronicled here show Mary's deep love for mankind, her son, and the church. Joan Carroll Cruz has meticulously researched fifty apparitions of our lady.
Praying the Rosary
The recitation of the Holy Rosary is known to be one of the most effective forms of Marian devotion in terms of experiencing the Lord's love in our life. This book is an effective aid in making that experience a reality for every child of Mary. Besides covering the twenty mysteries (including the "Luminous" ones), this book outlines in a very simple manner various forms of recitation. Each of these forms helps lead the reader deeper into the significance of the mysteries. Further, the book also offers various ways of meditating on the mysteries in the light of the Sacred Scripture, thereby bringing alive for its user the message inherent in every passage read, every line reflected upon.
She Is My Mother
SHE IS MY MOTHER POPE FRANCIS' ENCOUNTERS WITH MARY In an interview with the author, who was his secretary during the World Youth Day (2013), in Rio de Janeiro, Pope Francis shares his experiences with Our Lady, since his childhood until his present mission as Bishop of Rome. The Pope speaks of his favourite Marian prayers and devotions and highlights their importance in the life of the Church and of Christians; the value of the Marian sanctuaries and popular piety, the place of the woman in the Church and many other topics relevant for today. Going beyond the interview, the author clears the paths that lead to the mind and the Marian heart of Pope Francis and invites the reader to do the same, of course, always using the motherly care of Mary.