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Devotion in Honor of the Five Holy Wounds

Posted by ozybracelets on February 21, 2012 at 8:15 PM Comments comments (1)

Pray the Devotion in Honor of the Five Holy Wounds with The Passion Wrist Rosary. Made of Leather as a reminder of the whips that gashed Christ’s back when they scourged Him at the pillar, Wood as a reminder of the tremendous cross Christ carried while onlookers jeered and heckled as he staggered toward His crucifixion, Silver as a reminder of the sword that barbarously pierced His side, and the Stigmata Hand Charm as a reminder that Jesus loved you so much that He allowed Himself to be nailed to the cross and die. Visit http://www.ozy.webs.com/ to view all the selections of The Passion Rosary Bracelet for Men, Women and Teens.

An Act of Contrition

O Most loving Redeemer, humbly prostrate at the foot of the Cross, I implore from the bottom of my heart pardon for all my sins, which were the cause of Thy bitter Passion and of the overwhelming sorrow of Thy most afflicted Mother. O good Jesus, let not Thy Precious Blood be shed for me in vain. May Thy five Sacred Wounds ever plead before Thy Eternal Father on behalf of my misery; and through the infinite merits of Thy Sacred Death and the bitter anguish of Thy holy Mother, grant me, dearest Lord, to atone for the past and to persevere in Thy love for the future. Amen.

Devotion in Honor of the Five Holy Wounds

As I kneel before Thee on the Cross, most loving Saviour of my soul, my conscience reproaches me for having nailed Thee to that cross with these hands of mine, as often as I have fallen into mortal sin, wearying Thee with my monstrous ingratitude.

My God, my chief and most perfect good, worthy of all my love because thou hast ever loaded me with blessings, I cannot now undo my misdeeds, as I would most willingly;

but I will loathe them grieving greatly for having offended Thee, at Thy feet, I will try, at least, to compassionate Thee, to give Thee thanks, to ask of Thee pardon and contrition;

wherefore, with heart and lips, I say:

To the First Wound of the Left Foot

Lord Jesus Christ, I adore the sacred Wound of Thy left foot; I compassionate Thee

for the most bitter pain which Thou didst suffer. I thank Thee for the love whereby Thou wast wearied in overtaking me on the way to ruin, and didst bleed amid the thorns and brambles of my sins.

I offer to the Eternal Father the pain and love of Thy most holy Humanity, in atonement for my sins, all which I detest with sincere and bitter contrition.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father..

Holy Mother, pierce me through, in my heart each wound renew of my Saviour crucified.

To the Wound of the Right Foot

Holy wound of the right foot of my Jesus, I adore Thee! I compassionate Thee, O my Jesus, for that most bitter pain which Thou didst suffer. I thank Thee for the love which pierced Thee with such torture and shedding of blood in order to punish my wanderings and the guilty pleasures I have granted to my passions. I offer to the Eternal Father all the pain and love of Thy most Sacred Humanity, and I pray unto Him for grace to weep over my transgressions with burning tears, and to enable me to persevere in the good which I have begun, without ever swerving again from my obedience to the commandments of my God.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father..

Holy Mother, pierce me through, in my heart each wound renew of my Saviour crucified.

To the Wound of the Left Hand

Holy wound of the left hand of my Jesus, I adore Thee! I compassionate Thee, O my Jesus, for that most bitter pain which Thou didst suffer. I thank Thee for having, in Thy love, spared me the scourges and eternal damnation which my sins have merited. I offer to the Eternal Father the pain and love of Thy most Sacred Humanity, and I pray Him to teach me how to turn to good account my span of life, and bring forth in it worthy fruits of penance, and so disarm the angry justice of my God.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father..

Holy Mother, pierce me through, in my heart each wound renew of my Saviour crucified.

To the Wound of the Right Hand

Holy wound of the right hand of my Jesus, I adore Thee! I compassionate Thee, O my Jesus, for that most bitter pain which Thou didst suffer. I thank Thee for Thy graces lavished on me with such love, in spite of all my perverse obstinacy. I offer to the Eternal Father all the pain and love of Thy most Sacred Humanity, and I pray Him to change my heart and its affections, and make me do all my actions in accordance with the will of God.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father..

Holy Mother, pierce me through, in my heart each wound renew of my Saviour crucified.

To the Wound in the Sacred Side

Holy wound in the side of my Jesus, I adore Thee! I compassionate Thee, O my Jesus, for the cruel insult Thou didst suffer. I thank Thee, my Jesus, for the love which suffered Thy side and Heart to be pierced, that the last drops of blood and water might issue forth, making my redemption to abound. I offer to the Eternal Father this outrage, and the love of Thy most Sacred Humanity, that my soul may enter once for all into that most loving Heart, eager and ready to receive the greatest sinners, and from it may never more depart.

Our Father …

Hail Mary …

Glory be to the Father..

Holy Mother, pierce me through, in my heart each wound renew of my Saviour crucified.

THE ROSARY, REALLY?!

Posted by ozybracelets on November 12, 2011 at 3:10 AM Comments comments (0)

What if people prayed...turning from our old ways? Unborn children would see the light. - Casting Crowns

What IF people prayed fervently and consistently?

We don't need to convince you of the positive ramifications that would result. What we do need to do is discover when best to pray because

we just DON'T HAVE TIME!

Most people do want to pray, know the basics of prayer but lack the time to pray as we should, as encouraged by Our Blessed Mother, who

has come to this world, so many times, in the spirit of guidance, to show us how. We know we should but we don't. In this do-it-fast, do-it-

all lifestyle we have chosen for ourselves, we are left with little or no time at the end of the day to even consider praying THE ROSARY,

REALLY!? If we are coherent enough at the end of the day, we say our thank You(s) to Our Lord, plead to Our Blessed Mother for

intercessory prayer to care for our families, friends and the world before we find ourselves shaking out of the start of a dream just in time

to make the sign of the cross and hope we didn't startle ourselves out of a good night's sleep.

 

So when DO we pray a daily rosary under our current lifestyles?

The Answer: Pray PART OF IT in those moments when you are walking to work or school. Then pray another PART OF IT on one of your

work/school breaks and FINISH IT as you walk back to your car. Establish a routine, keep your rosary handy. Sometimes you can find idle

times in the day and you can quickly do ONE DECADE and finish sooner. The key is to keep the rosary in your immediate FOCUS.

What does that mean? WEAR IT! Not as a jewelry piece but as a powerful prayer tool. Wear it where you can see it so that you are

reminded to PRAY IT. Select a rosary bracelet that with its beauty, will lure you to gaze at it. Invest in it so that by sitting on your wrist

the sparkle will draw your eyes to it and soon turn your gaze into INSPIRATION.

 

Invest in a beautiful rosary bracelet of QUALITY, one that you will WANT to wear every day, one that is easy to slip or click on (lobster

and toggle clasps are nightmares especially when in a hurry because the darn clock is running too fast), one that has ALL the components of

the rosary (i.e., the Our Father, 3 Hail Mary and 10 Hail Mary beads to help you keep track) and most especially, one that has the

Miraculous Medal because Our Blessed Mother designed it herself and pleads that we wear it to receive added graces, something we most

certainly need more of in our lives and in the lives of our families. A website that carries rosary bracelets with all these components is OZY

Rosary Bracelets at www.ozybracelets.com. The selection is vast with rosary bracelets for men, women, and teens. Another site is

http://www.ourladyrb.webs.com/ who carry themed rosary bracelets dedicated to Our Blessed Mother, Christ's Passion, Day of the Dead

(All Souls Day), and St. Valentine. The website has a fresh feel with links to all their selections. Every Rosary Bracelet, at both these sites,

either slips or clicks on and includes a Miraculous Medal, too

Day of the Dead, a Mexican Tradition, has Crossed the Boarder!

Posted by ozybracelets on October 30, 2011 at 3:35 AM Comments comments (0)

Spanish: Dia de los Muertos is a Catholic Feast Day observed on November 2nd. It is particularly celebrated in Mexico, where it has the equivalency of a national holiday incorporating gatherings of family and friends to remember and pray for loved ones who have died. The celebration takes place on November 1st and 2nd, in connection with the Catholic Feast of All Saint's Day (November 1st) and All Souls Day (November 2nd).

Traditions connected with the holiday include honoring the deceased by building private alters embellished with sugar skulls, marigolds, and the favorite foods and beverages of the beloved departed, and visiting their grave site, adorning them with these gifts.

The celebration of Dia de los Muertos is an act of love that has crossed the boarder and begun a trend in the USA. Tucson, AZ celebrates Dia de los Muertos with community participants dressed in an array of colorful skeletal costumes in a procession that culminates with dropping messages, addressed to their loved ones, into a large urn and burning them in a commemorative bonfire.

Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead Rosary Bracelets

Dedicated to the Feast of All Souls Day and the Dia de los Muertos/Day of the Dead celebrations, the collection of Dia de los Muertos Rosary Bracelets are designed with skulls and colorful beads and are fully functional rosary bracelets with all the components necessary to pray the rosary, another Catholic tradition. Made to slip or click on for ease and frequency of use, every Dia de los Muertos Rosary Bracelet includes the Medal of the Immaculate Conception better known as the Miraculous Medal for the many miracles attributed to it. The Miraculous Medal was designed by Our Blessed Mother, herself, who promised us graces for wearing it.

Offering a departed loved one the prayers of the rosary is a tradition in Mexican Catholic families as well as many Catholic families around the world to assist the departed with the hope of spending less time in Purgatory and/or averting Hell. Made of Stone, Glass Pearls, Crystals, and Oxidized Silver, the Dia de los Muertos Rosary bracelets offer comfort, through the grace received by wearing the Miraculous Medal, and appealing to the traditions of the Dia de los Muertos ceremony.

Dia de Los Muertos Rosary Bracelet IV for larger selections go to The Day of the Dead Rosary Bracelet Collection

The Miraculous Medal

Posted by ozybracelets on October 18, 2011 at 3:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Wear the Miraculous Medal & Receive Great Graces

Included with Every OZY Rosary Bracelet

 

The hand of Our Blessed Mother, herself, designed the Miraculous Medal, originally named The Medal of the Immaculate Conception but because it granted many miracles people renamed it the Miraculous Medal.

 

Mary spoke to St. Catherine Labouré:

"Have a medal struck upon this model. Those who wear it will receive great graces..."

 

The Meaning of the Front Side of the Miraculous Medal

Mary is standing upon a globe, crushing the head of a serpent beneath her foot. She stands upon the globe, as the Queen of Heaven and Earth. Her feet crush the serpent to proclaim Satan and all his followers are helpless before her (Gn 3:15). The year of 1830 on the Miraculous Medal is the year the Blessed Mother gave the design of the Miraculous Medal to Saint Catherine Labouré. The reference: : “O Mary conceived without sin pray for us who have recourse to thee.” supports the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of Mary—not to be confused with the virgin birth of Jesus, and referring to Mary's sinlessness, “full of grace” and “blessed among women” (Luke 1:28)—that was proclaimed 24 years later in 1854.

 

The Meaning of the Back Side of the Miraculous Medal

The twelve stars can refer to the Apostles, who represent the entire Church as it surrounds Mary. They also recall the vision of Saint John, writer of the Book of Revelation (12:1), in which “a great sign appeared in heaven, a woman clothed with the sun, and the moon under her feet, and on her head a crown of 12 stars.” The cross can symbolize Christ and our redemption, with the bar under the cross a sign of the earth. The “M” stands for Mary, and the interleaving of her initial and the cross shows Mary’s close involvement with Jesus and our world. In this we see Mary’s part in our salvation and her role as mother of the Church. The two hearts represent the love of Jesus and Mary for us. (See also Lk 2:35).

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