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O Gloriosa Domina

                                  Jesus, Son of Mary www.thecalltofatima.com             O GLORIOSA DOMINA

                                       Hail most high, most humble one!

                                       Above the world; below thy Son,

                                       Whose blush the moon beauteously mars

                                       And stains the timorous light of stars.

                                       He that made all things, had not done,

                                       Till He had made Himself thy son.

                                       The whole world’s Host would be thy guest

                                       And board Himself at thy rich breast.

                                       O boundless hospitality!

                                       The Feast of all things feeds on thee.

                                       Let hearts and lips speak loud and say

                                       Hail door of life and source of day!

                                       The door was shut, the fountain sealed;

                                       Yet light was seen and life revealed.

                                       The door was shut, yet let in day,

                                       The fountain sealed, yet life found way.

                                       Glory to Thee, great virgin’s Son,

                                       In bosom of thy Father’s bliss.

                                       The same to Thee, sweet Spirit be done.

                                       As ever shall be, was and is.

                                                                         (Richard Crashaw 1612-1649)

              

O Fátima, Farewell original song in Portuguese & English

O Fatima, Farewell! original song

O FATIMA, FAREWELL!

O Virgin of the Rosary
of Fatima dear Lady,
O dearest Queen of Heaven
to save thou’ art ever ready.
O Virgin of the Rosary of Fatima dear Lady,
As now we leave your sanctuary
once more we kneel before thee.

Refrain:
Just one more final prayer
as we leave, O Mother Mary!
May our hearts ever ring
with the words that we sing:
Oh Fatima! Farewell!
Mother dear, Farewell!

Before we leave O Mother
oh, hear our prayer of sorrow,
And save us from all danger
today, tonight, tomorrow.
Before we leave, O Mother
have mercy on our sorrow,
And ever be our guardian,
today, tonight, tomorrow.

O Mother as we leave you
the tears to our eyes are springing,
But still our hearts with happiness,
your love, your praise are singing.
O Mother as we leave you
our eyes with tears are dimming,
But though we weep at parting
our souls with love are brimming.

Law of God in Lucia’s words

"We should engrave the law of God's love into our hearts" Sister Lucia of Fatima

"We should engrave the law of God's love into our hearts" Sister Lucia of Fatima

God’s insistence that we should engrave the law of his Love in our hearts, that we should use it as a symbol on our arm and a frontlet before our eyes, that we should have it written on the doors and doorposts of our houses, is in order to ensure that it should always be present to us, that we should meditate on it night and day, and that we should teach it to our children, to our brothers and sisters and to all those around us. It is to be the guide of our footsteps, that is, we must walk in the path of love.

Sister Lucia of Jesus and of the Immaculate Heart, book “Calls from the Message of Fatima”, page 157, available on  http://www.thecalltofatima.com/

Call to Fatima is now on Amazon.com!

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Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary Poll

Prayer for the Church in Ireland

Our Lady of Knock, Queen of Ireland, Co.MayoPrayer for the Church in Ireland

God of our fathers,
renew us in the faith which is our life and salvation,
the hope which promises forgiveness and interior renewal,
the charity which purifies and opens our hearts
to love you, and in you, each of our brothers and sisters.

Lord Jesus Christ,
may the Church in Ireland renew her age-old commitment
to the education of our young people in the way of truth and goodness, holiness and generous service to society.

Holy Spirit, comforter, advocate and guide,
inspire a new springtime of holiness and apostolic zeal
for the Church in Ireland.

May our sorrow and our tears,
our sincere effort to redress past wrongs,
and our firm purpose of amendment
bear an abundant harvest of grace
for the deepening of the faith
in our families, parishes, schools and communities,
for the spiritual progress of Irish society,
and the growth of charity, justice, joy and peace
within the whole human family.

To you, Triune God,
confident in the loving protection of Mary,
Queen of Ireland, our Mother,
and of Saint Patrick, Saint Brigid and all the saints,
do we entrust ourselves, our children,
and the needs of the Church in Ireland.

Amen.

The Message of Fatima now brought to Dungloe

The Message of Fatima now brought to DungloeThe Call to Fatima presentation in Dungloe 9th July 2010

On Friday 9th July, The Call to Fatima team visited St Crona’s Church, Dungloe, County Donegal.

It was a special event with prayer, hymns and presentation. Dungloe community came together to see Our Lady’s Messages through “The Call to Fatima” film and were enrolled in the Brown Scapular by the Parish Priest Father Seámus Meehan. Soprano singer Louise Irvine was a special guest for the evening. Louise performed such a beloved Fatima hymns as Ave Maria and Farewell Fatima, along with Panis Angelicus and other beautiful and famous classical hymns.

Evening started with the Rosary in honour of Our Lady of Fatima, recited in different languages for the unity of the world and for the Pope’s intentions for Ireland. The Rosary was transmitted via local radio for the sick and elderly people who could not attend.

The Call to Fatima team wants to say thanks to all who came along, and a special thanks to Fr Meehan and event organiser Mary Howley and sacristan Breege at St. Crona’s Church.

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