Prayers to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Sorrowful an Immaculate Heart of Mary also

Prayers to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
O Immaculate Heart of Mary, full of goodness, show your love towards us.   Let the flame of your heart, O Mary, descend on all people.  We love you immensely.  Impress true love in our hearts so that we have a continuous desire for you.  O Mary, gentle and humble of heart, remember us when we are in sin.  You know that all men sin.  Give us, by means of your Immaculate Heart, spiritual health.  Let us always see the goodness of your motherly heart and may we be converted by means of the flame of your heart.  Amen.Immaculate Heart of Mary, full of love for God and mankind, and of compassion for sinners, I consecrate myself to you.  I entrust to you the salvation of my soul.  May my heart be ever united with yours, so that I may hate sin,
love God and my neighbor, and reach eternal life with those whom I love.  May I experience the kindness of your motherly heart and the power of your intercession with Jesus during my life and at the hour of my death.  Amen.Prostrate at thy sacred feet, O august Queen of Heaven, I venerate thee with the most profound respect, and I believe that thou art the daughter of the Eternal Father, the Mother of His Divine Son, and the Spouse of the Holy Ghost.
Full of grace and virtues and heavenly gifts, thou art the purest temple of the most Holy Trinity, thou art the treasury and dispenser of divine mercy.  Thy Immaculate Heart, full of charity, sweetness and tenderness, has given thee the name of Mother of Divine Clemency.  Therefore, in my affliction and agony I present myself with confidence before thee, our most loving Mother, and I pray thee to make me experience the love which thou bearest us; Grant me (specify the favor) if it be the Will of God and for the good of my soul.  Amen.

O Immaculate Heart of Mary, refuge of sinners, I beg of you by the infinite merits of the Sacred Heart of Jesus, and by the graces God has granted to you since your Immaculate Conception, the grace of never going astray again.  Mother, keep me, a sinner, constantly bathed in the light of your Immaculate Heart.  Amen.

Immaculate Heart of Mary, I Trust in Thee!

“Look to the Star!  Call upon Mary!  In danger, in difficulty or in doubt, think of Mary, call upon Mary, keep her name on your lips, never let it pass out of your heart.  Following in her footsteps, you will not go astray: praying to her, you will not fall into despair: thinking of her you will not err.  While she keeps hold of your hand, you will not fall … you will not grow weary … you will have no fear … enjoying her protection, you will reach the goal.”
(Saint Bernard)



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2 responses to “Prayers to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

  1. Regina Mary

    Please, can you tell me the name of the artist who painted the above image of the Immaculate Heart of Mary? I’ve been trying to find it, and the matching Sacred Heart Image, but it’s awfully hard to find without having the artist’s name! Thank you! Regina

    • Hi Regina,

      I don’t have any info on this picture. Where ever I copied it from I labeled it “Sorrowful and Immaculate Heart of Mary” as I have a devotion to Our Lady under this title. When Googled with this title or just “Immaculate Heart of Mary”, this picture shows up both times with my blog and one called “The Cali Catholic Girl” where I see you left her a note asking for the artist’s name also!

      I you can try this Catholic forum: (this is their Vocation Forum on this site: You have to join to post (unless you are already a member?) I can have a friend who is on the Vocation Forum on this site post the picture and ask for the artist’s name. I have seen other members post drawings and paintings and asking for the artist’s name and have gotten the answer. You never know who might have the name! I’ll ask her to post this under the Vocation Forum and one called Open Mic that is for miscellaneous questions, comments, etc. Her member name on this site/forum is “chiarafrancesco”. Mary

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