The Morning Offering is “of fundamental importance in the life of each and every one of the faithful.“
– Saint John Paul II
“Whenever you make some sacrifice say, O Jesus, it is for the love of You, for the conversion of sinners, and in reparation for the for the sins and offences committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.” (These were the words of Our Lady of Fatima to the Little Shepherds following the vision of hell.)
– Our Lady of Fatima, July 13th, 1917
…”Make everything you do a Sacrifice and offer them to God for the conversion of sinners.”
– Angel of Peace, July 1916
Teachers and Parents,
The definition of the word ‘sacrifice’ is an act offering to God something that is important to you. Refer to ‘flip book’ below for examples.
The Morning Offering is a prayer said at the beginning of the day in order to entrust (offer) your entire day to Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary.
The Morning Offering gives each one of us the opportunity to make our every thought, word and action of the day a sacrifice. check out this review. Then, offer your sacrifice, to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary. And when you do, say, as Our Lady requested, “O Jesus, it is for the love of YOU, for the conversion of sinners and in reparation for the sins and offences committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary.”
One becomes ‘more aware’ of their actions, the Presence of God in their lives and how He sees us.
It is a daily continuous ‘YES’ to God.
#OFFER IT UP
This flip book – Our Lady Calls to Catholic Educators and Parents to help their students and children to embrace Prayer and Sacrifice
Each day the morning offering is prayed mark it on your own personal desktop Treasure Sheet. When your sheet is full, click the Spiritual Bouquet button below, and add it to the millions of other prayers and sacrifices that children are offering to help the Immaculate Heart of Mary to triumph in our families and world.
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