True Devotion to Mary: With Preparation for Total Consecration

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Tan Classics, 2010 - Religion - 301 pages
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Considered by many to be the greatest single book of Marian spirituality ever written, True Devotion to Mary is St Louis de Montfort's classic statement on the spiritual way to Jesus Christ though the Blessed Virgin Mary.

In this beautiful and sublimely inspiring book, de Montfort explains the wonderful spiritual effects which true devotion to Mary brings about in a person's life.

This new edition in the TAN Classic format includes an expanded Preparation for Total Consecration with readings and prayers. There is no better way to advance quickly in holiness, no better way to please God, and no better way to guarantee one's present sanctity and eternal salvation than the true devotion to Mary.

This is the original TAN edition now with updated typesetting, fresh new cover, new size and quality binding, and the same trusted content.

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User Review  - Rob G - Goodreads

Simply a masterpiece! Read full review

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User Review  - Randy - Goodreads

If you don't have a strong devotion to the Blessed Virgin this book might feel as though it brushes idolatry. If you do have a strong devotion to Mary this a great devotional to keep close at hand. Read full review

About the author (2010)

The author of The Secret of the Rosary and the originator of total consecration to Mary, St. Louis-Marie Grignion De Montfort (1673-1716) remains one of the greatest apostles of Marian devotion the world has ever known. As a young priest, De Montfort dedicated himself to preaching to the people. This highly gifted orator's language was simple but full of divine love, much as you will find in True Devotion to Mary. De Montfort s whole life was marked by constant prayer, love for the poor and holy joy in humiliations and persecutions. De Montfort was canonized by Pius XII in 1947.

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