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Sunday, January 27, 2013

Official Dedication of this Weblog, Miraculous Rosary, to St. Joseph, Virgin-Father of Jesus

I hereby dedicate this website, Miraculous Rosary, to the care of St. Joseph, Virgin-Father of Jesus.
"I am the protector of the Church and the home, as I was the protector of Christ and His Mother while I lived upon earth. Jesus and Mary desire that my pure heart, so long hidden and unknown, be now honored in a special way. Let my children honor my most pure heart in a special manner on the First Wednesday of the month by reciting the Joyful Mysteries of the rosary in memory of my life with Jesus and Mary and the love I bore them, the sorrow I suffered with them. Let them receive Holy Communion in union with the love with which I received the Savior for the first time and each time I held Him in my arms." ~Diary, Sister Mildred Mary Neuzil, page 34, Taken from the Official Website of Our Lady of America©

The message quoted above was given by Saint Joseph to Sister Mildred Mary Neuzil, and preserved under the concerned care of her confidante, Sister Mary Joseph Therese, C.I.T. through the Contemplative Sisters of the Indwelling Trinity, and declared Approved for Faith Expression by the now deceased Archbishop Monsignor Paul F. Leibold of the Cincinnati Diocese.
From the official website, "The official Our Lady of America® Center in Fostoria, Ohio is the only center that has been directly associated with the visionary of this devotion to Our Lady of America®, Sister Mildred Mary Ephrem Neuzil. It is where she spent the last 20 years of her life. Sister Mildred was absolutely adamant that the purity of the message be protected at all costs so that no additions, deletions or distortions of the message would occur. Likewise, for full official canonical approval, the message’s integrity must be preserved in the pure state in which it was given by Our Lady to Sister Mildred. Contrary to the falsehoods put in the public in the past few years, this message does not yet enjoy that last stage of Church approval, a formal written statement from the only bishop of authority over the message, the bishop of the Toledo, Ohio diocese, that this devotion is "worthy of belief by the faithful." Therefore, this guardianship over the message is of the utmost importance, as is the unity of the movement to protect and promote it in its purity."

Believe no other sources!
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