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The Father allowed His Son to suffer the effects of sin for the sake of our salvation
By meditating on Christ's Passion we become grateful to Him and compassionate towards others
Jesus prays in agony to his Heavenly Father in the Garden of Gethesemane
If our sufferings make it hard to pray we can simply lean on the Cross, close to Christ, resting in Him, and patiently endure our difficulties.
The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, who was lifted up to Heaven by the Holy Spirit
The Presentation in the Temple
The Risen Jesus
The miracle at Cana
The descent of the Holy Spirit on the apostles and Mary at Pentecost
At Mass we are united with the whole company of Heaven
Through the Eucharist, which was instituted at the Last Supper, the Sacrifice of Calvary is re-presented in every generation
Jesus urges us to draw closer to the Father and to direct our prayers to Him
The Blessed Virgin Mary is the 'Holy House' who bore the Son of God in her womb and is forever to be honoured
On the Cross Jesus loved His fellow men and women with His divine love and offered an infinite reparation for their offences
When the child Jesus was found in the Temple, He leaned forward, quietly explaining to His Holy Mother (with infinite kindness) that His work had already begun.
Mary and Joseph look with faith on the child Jesus at his Nativity
At the Ascension Christ, our brother, returned to the Father in triumph and opened a pathway to Heaven for us
When Our Lady greeted Elizabeth at the Visitation, they praised God for His love. Our Lady held in mind the whole world which Her Son wished to help.