Too Few Witnesses ©

Trinity, if it is your will, Jesus please return in glory today,

bring your justice to this world, and have mercy on us sinners.

Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.

“Our tainted nature’s solitary boast” as poet William Wordsworth spoke of Mary. Mary is the perfect creation of Almighty God.  Beautiful sunrises, breathtaking sunsets, and all the creativity of human energies in between fail in comparison with Mary. Our humble attempt to describe the many qualities and attributes of Our Lady in her Litany, surely fall short of those known to Almighty God.  Mary as it pleases you, we humbly ask for your continued intercession for a weak and sinful humanity.        Saint Juan Diego, please pray for us.

         When a distinguished visitor to the Vatican asked Pope Pius XI what was the most valuable treasure there, the Pope drew  from his pocket a well worn Rosary, pointed at it and said, This is the greatest treasure anywhere.”

         At Lourdes, our Lady appeared some eighteen times and invited Bernadette to say the Rosary with her. In the six appearances at Fatima, our Lady insisted on the recitation of the Rosary.

         At Fatima, Mary identified herself, saying “I am the Lady of the Rosary, and I have come to warn the faithful to amend their  lives and ask pardon for their sins…….They must say the Rosary.”

         Through the Rosary today, as in past times of peril that have threatened civilization, Mary has again come to save men from the evils that overwhelm them.

         The Angelic Salutation: Hail, Mary, full of grace,

REV, MSCR. CHARLES HUGO DOYLE

These faithful would agree, you can’t say too many Rosaries!

         At Fatima, Mary identified herself, saying “I am the Lady of the Rosary, and I have come to warn the faithful to amend their  lives and ask pardon for their sins…….They must say the Rosary.”

         Through the Rosary today, as in past times of peril that have threatened civilization, Mary has again come to save men from the evils that overwhelm them.

         The Angelic Salutation: Hail, Mary, full of grace,

REV, MSCR. CHARLES HUGO DOYLE