Marian Lauds in May

The month of the Blessed Virgin Mary continues; and, today, I am posting a picture (above) which was sent to us from an Irish lass who dwells in the Ohio Valley. It is a picture of her May Mary altar: a tangible laud to Our Lady for the month of May.

And, as another laud to the Blessed Virgin Mary, I am linking to John Michael Talbot’s version of Our Lady’s Magnificat; a version of the Magnificat which was loved by Marian I (b. 1934- d. 2020):

That is a beautiful version of Our Lady’s canticle; the canticle which offers a glimpse of the depth of beauty found in the Immaculate Heart of Mary. Here is a mention of this beauty by Father Johann G. Roten, S.M.:

“The most beautiful biblical text about Mary’s heart is the Magnificat because it reveals to us the wondrous riches of Mary’s humble and regal heart. Her heart sings the praises of God, but it is not a solitary song, my song about the history of my soul, but the Magnificat is the song of the history of salvation for all God’s people.”  (source)

May the Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us.

If you have a picture of your Mary altar, do send it, if you can.

May you have a good day in Our Lady’s month.


~Homily from yesterday: Fr. Carr speaks against government control of religious services, Virginia: