Mary’s love for
God and for us.
Scripture, especially Luke’s Gospel, presents Mary to us.
She is “full of grace” (Lk 1:28), and has an attitude of total
availability to God’s will, “Behold, I am the handmaid of the
Lord. May it be done to me according to your word,” (Lk 1:38).
She is aware of the greatness of God and of the wonders He has
done in her life (Lk 1:46-55).
Mary’s love for God is without measure. We learn from her the
art of listening to God, of dialoguing with Him, of receptivity
to His plan of love and of total responsiveness to His will.
love for us is maternal. She cares for us and is concerned
about each one of us. The Evangelist John narrating the episode
of Cana (John 2:1-11) says how Mary sees needs and, firmly and
clearly, involves her Son in answering those needs. The Lord
Himself then entrusts us to her at the foot of the Cross (Jn
many apparitions of Mary manifest her love for us and her
concern for us to journey as children of God. Some principal
apparitions are: Syracuse in Sicily in 1954; Banneux in Belgium
in 1933; Beauraing in Belgium in1932-33; Fatima in Portugal in
1917; Knock in Ireland in1879; Lourdes in France in1858; La
Salette in France in 1846; in 1830 Our Lady of the Miraculous
Medal in France and Guadalupe in Mexico in 1531. Mary’s
messages are beautiful!
Yes, Mary loves God, loves us and wants us to live in peace, use
the talents the Lord gave us and strive to give our full
contribution for the building up of the culture of life and
Our Lady of Trust
Brief History of the
picture of Our Lady of Trust
Mary's love for God and for us
Feast of the
Immaculate Heart of Mary Trust
Prayer to Our Lady of Trust
Servant of God Bishop Giaquinta's
devotion to Mary, Mother of God and our Mother
Veneration to Mary of Trust
becomes veneration of the Immaculate
Heart of Mary of Trust