Consecration to the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary--Everyone

Consecration To the Pierced hearts of jesus and Mary
used with the visit of the pilgrim images to homes
Mother Adela Galindo, Foundress SCTJM

“It is appropriate in our times, to profoundly understand and have a greater conscience of the intimate relationship that exists between the Two Hearts, and of the immense value that an authentic devotion and consecration to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary have in our lives.”
(Pope John Paul II, November 23, 1987)

O Most Sacred Heart of Jesus, you have loved humanity to the extreme and have not spared anything to bring about our salvation and to give us your love, your life, your grace, and your truth. You have loved man to the point of allowing your Heart to be pierced so as to become the source of living waters from which all graces are poured forth in abundance. Your Pierced Heart is the open fountain from which flow, with power and strength, the Blood and Water that purify, transform, vivify, and liberate our hearts, bringing us to conversion. Your Pierced Heart is the narrow door through which we enter and participate in the Kingdom of Heaven. It is in your Divine Heart that we learn the virtues of humility and meekness, of obedience and abnegation. It is in your Most Sacred Heart that we find the fullness of love and peace.

To your Heart, O Lord, we wish to consecrate ourselves today. Through this act of consecration, we desire to enter into your Heart, our refuge and protection from all our enemies. Keep us free from all error and confusion, from all frailty, selfishness, and indifference. May we acquire from your Heart the virtues that we most need, the light that will guide our path, and the strength necessary to be faithful to your will. May your Heart be our treasure and our reward. May the graces of mercy, conversion, and peace that flow from your Heart transform us, giving us new hearts that are similar to yours. Moved by the contemplation of your love, may we become true channels of your grace in a world so in need of love and of truth. Through this consecration, may we help to establish in the world the civilization of love.

O Immaculate Heart of Mary, you are the most perfect model of total consecration and dedication to the Heart of Jesus. O Mother, it is our desire to live in your Heart so as to learn to love unconditionally the Heart of Jesus, your Son. Through your Heart, may we truly obey Him and serve Him with all generosity, responding diligently to the desires of His Heart.

We wish to consecrate ourselves to your Immaculate and Sorrowful Heart, the perfect and sure path to reach the Heart of Jesus. Your Heart, abundantly filled with grace and holiness, is the refuge where we are healed and liberated from all our miseries and frailties. O Most Holy Virgin, we want to belong unreservedly to your Heart, bearing within us a complete and loving readiness to do the will of God manifested through your maternal mediation. In virtue of this consecration, we implore you, O Immaculate Heart, to guard and protect us from all physical and spiritual evil. May our hearts be inflamed by the fire and love of the Holy Spirit as is your Heart. In union with you, most pure channel through which Christ comes into the world, and anointed by the power of the Holy Spirit, may we be instruments in this cold and barren world, bringing to all the love, joy, and peace of the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

O Hearts of Jesus and Mary, only hope of humanity! You are our hope since in your perfect union of love for God and for humanity, you have given yourselves for the salvation of the world. Through this consecration, we humbly seek to participate in the designs of mercy which the Pierced Hearts are manifesting in the world. We desire to offer our lives in love and in reparation to your Hearts. With all our lives, we desire to promote and to establish in the hearts of all men the Reign of Love found in the Pierced Hearts of Jesus and Mary. Amen.


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