The Queenship of the Blessed Virgin Mary

Who is she that cometh forth as the morning rising, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, terrible as an army set in array? – Canticles 6:9

Mary, the most humble of creatures, she who proclaimed herself the handmaid of the Lord, she who always bent her head to the holy will of God, she who proncounced the most perfect word, her “fiat,” she now towers above all in glory. Indeed, her prophecy is now in its full realization: “All generations shall call me blessed.” Only Heaven knows how to give her the due tribute of honor.

Mary is received by the Blessed Trinity, Who places on her head a golden crown. She is crowned Queen of the Universe! God’s power is her power: she is infinite in her sway by God’s mercy. All graces pass through her maternal hands.

-Excerpt from The Holy Rosary





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