Hymn to Mary, Mother of Divine Providence

7Nov

Hymn to Mary, Mother of Divine Providence


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O Provident Mother, sweet Mother of Jesus,
Oh, what a concern for your Son you expressed!
When lost in the Temple, in worry but trustful,
You sought Him and joyful You found Him in there.
 
At Cana you pleaded for us, too, your children:
"They're wanting, my Jesus, the wine of sheer gladness."
Oh, give them the wine of pure grace and pure bounty.
They will, then, your Kingdom of justice e' er seek.
 
At Cana, persuasive, you called on us saying:
"Whatever He tells you, in earnest, perform it."
Assurance you won't have of greater fulfillment.
Oh. help us to listen, whenever He speaks.
 
This Feast our Forefathers a legacy left us;
Delighted we make it our duty and glory.
In joyful thanksgiving your glories, Dear Mother,
In chorus confessing, God Triune we praise.
Ave Maria! Ave Maria! Ave, Ave, Maria!
 
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Music: P. Magri
Text: Fr. Luciano M. Visconti. CRSP

 

Feast Day of Mary, Mother of Divine Providence is on  Saturday before the Third Sunday of November. 

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There is a close relation between the Holy Eucharist and vocations to the priesthood and the consecrated life.

1Nov

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There is a close relation between the Holy Eucharist and 
vocations to the priesthood and the consecrated life.


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The Relationship Between the Eucharist and Vocation

1Nov

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The Relationship Between the Eucharist and Vocation
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St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the 40 Hour Devotion

1Nov


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St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the 40 Hour Devotion
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St Anthony Mary Zaccaria as a Reformer

1Nov

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St Anthony Mary Zaccaria as a Reformer
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Eucharist the sacrament of conversion and transformation

1Nov

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-Historians dispute about the origin of the 40-hour Devotion. Did it originate with St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the first Barnabites? Or the Augustinians?

-The practice of private adoration of the Blessed Sacrament reposed in the tabernacle for a period of 40 consecutive hours, from Good Friday to Easter morning, existed before the time of St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria.

-What Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the early Barnabites did in 1534 – 475 years ago - was to ask the authorization the expose publicly and solemnly the Blessed Sacrament for 40 hours in the Cathedral of Milan and to repeat that solemn exposition in turn in all the churches of Milan. The authorization was granted in 1537 and the practice took place for the first time from March to October 1537.
-Historians dispute about the origin of the 40-hour Devotion. Did it originate with St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the first Barnabites? Or the Augustinians?

-The practice of private adoration of the Blessed Sacrament reposed in the tabernacle for a period of 40 consecutive hours, from Good Friday to Easter morning, existed before the time of St. Anthony Mary Zaccaria.
 
-What Anthony Mary Zaccaria and the early Barnabites did in 1534 – 475 years ago - was to ask the authorization the expose publicly and solemnly the Blessed Sacrament for 40 hours in the Cathedral of Milan and to repeat that solemn exposition in turn in all the churches of Milan. The authorization was granted in 1537 and the practice took place for the first time from March to October 1537.
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