Mary is ‘the holy Altar on which to see God in her and with her.’ As in the Tabernacle, we shall find Jesus. And in her, near her, we shall rest from our fatigues and our struggles, shall find peace.
‘In fine, Mary will be to us our one and all before God, and our refuge in all needs. When we pray, it will be to Mary, when we receive Jesus in Holy Communion we will place Him in Mary, to take there His delights. If we act, it will be in Mary, so that everywhere and in everything she will produce acts of self-renunciation.’
Prayers, communions, acts: all our life indeed. To live it in Mary is to have the true interior life.
(To be continued.)