Holy Face Devotion

Brief History of Our Lady of Good Success and Novena

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Brief History of Our Lady of Good Success and Novena
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Author: Paul Kimball

Product Code:  B2294
Publisher:  Dolorosa Press
Format:  Paperback
Pages:  80



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On January 16, 1599, the Most Holy Mother of God appeared to Mother Marianna of Jesus Torres in the Convent of the Immaculate Conception in Quito, Ecuador, asking her to have a statue made of herself as she appeared, with the Child Jesus in her left arm and a crosier as a sign that she herself governs the convent and likewise asked that her statue be placed in the throne of the abbess, where this statue is still kept to this day. The statue was consecrated by the bishop of Quito on February 2, 1611, with the title, "Mary of Good Success of the Purification or Candlemas". During the various apparitions granted to Mother Mariana until her death on 16th January, 1635, Our Lady of Good Success foretold the evils of our times in great detail. She was told that her visions and life would only become known in the twentieth century, and was asked to help by her prayers and penances the souls of our time in which she was foretold there would be an enormous corruption of the Church.

It was Our Lord's will to reserve these revelations and the story of the life of Mother Mariana for this time of ours in which the precious life of faith is almost extinguished even within the official structures of the Church, fulfilling the prophecies of Our Lady. The Most Holy Mother of God foretold that devotion to her under her title of Our Lady of Good Success would obtain mercy and pardon for sinners who have recourse to her with a contrite heart. Our Heavenly Mother also revealed that "The consoling title of Good Success... will be the support and safeguard of the Faith in the presence of the complete corruption of the twentieth century".

Illustrated with Black and white photographs.

Publisher: Dolorosa Press
Pages: 80
More by this Author: Paul Kimball
Keywords: Mary books Marian Devotion

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