Walking with "The most Marian Pope" this Week

A young Karol Wojtyla called the day he consecrated himself to Jesus through Mary a turning point in his life. Seeing the turn his life made, how can one not want to follow in this humble shepherd's footsteps?

For those of you preparing for your consecration on the Feast of the Assumption, welcome to a grace-filled week as you are guided by Blessed John Paul II ever closer to Mary who will lead you to the "unsearchable riches of Christ." This is a wonderful week in which we learn of Mary's maternal mediation, her unceasing gift of mercy, and how entrusting all to her leads to our consecration to Christ.

Share your experiences with us below. We'd love to hear how the Lord is working in your heart this week through the help and intercession of "The most Marian Pope."

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