Did you know that for centuries the Catholic Church has recommended one specific, definitive solution to all the problems which have ever plagued the Church, including the current scandals?
I discovered this while reading St. Louis de Montfort’s “True Devotion to Mary”.
And this complimentary Marian gift I’m giving you today contains detailed information about this specific remedy, information you won’t find elsewhere.
Please follow me briefly here, and you’ll see why this Marian gift contains what the Church has repeatedly said for centuries is the definitive solution to any and all disorders in the Church.
St. Louis-Marie de Montfort says in his “True Devotion to Mary”…
“Hence it comes to pass that the most perfect consecration to Jesus Christ is nothing else but a perfect and entire consecration of ourselves to the Blessed Virgin, and this is the devotion I teach; or, in other words, a perfect renewal of the vows and promises of holy Baptism” (#120).
He continues: “Men,” says St. Thomas, “make a vow at their Baptism to renounce the devil and all his pomps.” “This vow,” says St. Augustine, “is the greatest and most indispensable of all vows.” It is thus also that canonists speak: “The chief of vows is the one we make at Baptism.”
“Yet who has kept this great vow? Who is it that faithfully performs the promises of holy Baptism? Have not almost all Christians swerved from the loyalty which they promised Jesus in their Baptism? Whence can come this universal disobedience, except from our forgetfulness of the promises and commitments of holy Baptism, and from the fact that hardly any one ratifies of himself the contract he made with God by those who stood sponsors for him?” (#127)
“This is so true, that the Council of Sens, convoked by order of Louis the Débonnaire to remedy the disorders of Christians, which were then so great, judged that the principal cause of that corruption of morals arose from the forgetfulness and ignorance in which men lived of the commitments of holy Baptism; and it could think of no better means for remedying so great an evil than to persuade Christians to renew the vows and promises of Baptism” (#128).
“Now, if the Councils, the Fathers, and experience even, show us that the best means of remedying the irregularities of Christians is by making them call to mind the obligations of their Baptism, and persuading them to renew now the vows they made then, does it not stand to reason that we shall so it in a perfect manner by this devotion and consecration of ourselves to Our Lord, through His holy Mother? I say in perfect manner; because in thus consecrating ourselves to Him we make use of the most perfect of all means, namely, the Blessed Virgin” (#130).
“No one can object to this devotion as either a new or an indifferent one. It is not new; because the Councils, the Fathers, and many authors both ancient and modern, speak of this consecration to Our Lord, in renewing the vows and promises of Baptism, as of a thing anciently practiced, and which they counsel to all Christians.
“Neither is it a matter of indifference; because the principal source of all disorders, and consequently the eternal perdition of Christians, comes from their forgetfulness and indifference about this practice” (#131).
This valuable short book I’m giving you today at no cost helps establish you on the Gibraltar foundation of your baptismal promises, and you’ll be much less likely to forget them.
It’s called “Consecration to Mary and the Baptismal Promises according to Saint Louis-Marie de Montfort”, by Montfort Father Jean-Maurice Bonin. I translated it from French.
And it’s yours today with my compliments, at no cost, on the house. And again, no opt-in is required.
I’ve given family and friends a more detailed explanation about it, and they are dying for me to publish it. They just want to know when they can get it. And now it’s available for immediate download.
This is the deepest dive on the Baptismal promises you’ll ever read. In fact, although it mentions the Catechism of the Council of Trent, it teaches you more about Baptism than the Catechism of the Council of Trent, the Baltimore Catechism, and the Catechism of the Catholic Church, combined.
And, if you like this Marian gift, please share it with as many others as you think will benefit from it, because the devil has clearly stepped up his diabolical plan and redoubled his efforts for the ruin of souls.
What’s more, Jesus and Mary need your help and the help of those you love right now, because as Ven. Pope Pius XII wrote in his Encyclical on the Mystical Body (Mystici Corporis, #44):
“Because Christ the Head holds such an eminent position, one must not think that He does not require the help of the Body…Yet this, also, must be held, marvelous though it may seem: Christ HAS NEED of His members…Moreover as our Savior does not rule the Church directly in a visible manner, He WILLS to be helped by the members of His Body in carrying out the work of redemption.”
Remember, you risk nothing, because there’s no cost or charge to you or opt-in required.
Here’s the link to your complimentary book: