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1.   The Original Sin of Adam closed Heaven for all men (sanctifying grace was lost) ... Hell became the only possible destination for the immortal souls of men.
2.   God re-opened Heaven by founding the Catholic Church and re-introducing sanctifying grace to men's souls ... the same grace which Adam and Eve had lost.

                          We are currently in the Great Apostasy (world-wide rejection of God's Catholic Dogma), these warnings apply:
3.   Warning 1:  A non-Catholic anti-Christ cult (the vatican-2 heretic cult) took over all Catholic properties on 8 Dec 1965 ("v-2 council" close date).        [Section 12, 13]
4.   Warning 2:  No one Ordained those that you think are Priests ... all Bishops of the "v-2 council" were automatically excommunicated on 8 Dec 1965.     [Section 13.2]
5.   Warning 3:  Your fake "priests" turned you into heretics ... the stage shows are not Mass ... participation in the vatican-2 heresy excommunicates.    [Section 13.2.2]
6.   Warning 4:  Top level view ... why there is not a single Catholic Bishop or Priest in the world. God's Catholic Church is devastatingly small in numbers. [Section 13.6]
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7.    One can still be Catholic and get to Heaven with a proper baptism in water [Section 7] ... believing the Dogmas ... and keeping free from mortal sin.    [Section 10.1]
8.    All grace, both actual and sanctifying grace, starts with God and comes into the world ... by way of the Blessed Virgin ... as Jesus Christ Himself did.  [Section 4, 4.4]
9a.  The Old Testament Israelite religion was the Catholic Faith unfulfilled ... the "judaism" fable started about 200 B.C.  Jesus Christ was not a jew.  [Section 39.1, 39.4]
9b.  The "koran" is wrong ... Mohammed was not a prophet ... "allah" does not exist.  The so called "allah god" makes countless errors in the "koran".        [Section 113]
10.  All baptized heretics are excommunicated from Christianity and headed for Hell ... with the world's pagans (those not properly baptized in water).     [Section 7.2, 8]

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Highly noticeable ... Spiritual advances by ... Praying the Rosary

Catholic writing of Saint John 21:11
"Simon Peter went up, and drew the net to land, full of great fishes, one hundred and fifty-three."
If one prays all ... fifteen decades of the Rosary ... it is 153 Hail Mary prayers

Catholic writing in Acts of the Apostles 1:14
"All these were persevering with one mind in prayer with ... Mary the mother of Jesus."

Saint Athanasius, Bishop, Doctor of the Church, died 2 May 373
"If the Son is King,"  says St. Athanasius,  "His Mother must necessarily be considered and entitled Queen."

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Introduction:

1. The devotional of the Rosary ... focuses on fifteen events regarding the Catholic Jesus Christ and the Catholic Blessed Virgin Maria (neither one were jews). Rosary prayer instructions are on Section 4.1.

2. The Rosary prayers which take about 20 minutes ... will take you to virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to believing the Catholic Faith, which is the Catholic Sources of Dogma ... without which one cannot be saved. The Rosary will also provide graces to do works of charity ... without which one cannot be saved.

3. One must cooperate with the graces received to effect the spiritual objectives of point #2 of this Introduction.



               

Venerable Louis Marie de Montfort, died 1716 A.D. >
"Sooner or later you will be converted ... if you say the Holy Rosary devoutly every day until death for the purpose of knowing the truth and obtaining contrition and pardon for your sins."



Pope Pius V, died 1572 A.D. >
"The Rosary, which is also called the Psalter of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary, and this he propagated ... the faithful became more fervent by these meditations ... that on a sudden, they became different men."



Pope Leo XIII, On devotion of the Rosary, 1 September 1883 >
"It has always been the habit of Catholics in danger and in troublous times to fly for refuge to Mary, and to seek for peace in her maternal goodness; showing that the Catholic Church has always, and with justice, put all her hope and trust in the Mother of God."



Catholic Saint Dominic, died 1221 A.D. >
"Whoever devoutly serves the Blessed Virgin through the recitation of the Rosary will infallibly receive blessings according to their spiritual and temporal needs."



Pope Leo XIII, Fidentem Piumque Animum, On the Rosary, 20 September 1896 >
"The formula (prayers) of the Rosary for the meditation and contemplation of menís minds ... elucidate what we owe to Mary for our reconciliation and salvation."

Note 1: Regarding the text ... reconciliation and salvation ... all grace originates with the Catholic God, goes to the Blessed Virgin and then into the world. Maria distributes the graces which reopens Heaven for men's souls ... after Heaven was closed by Original Sin.

Note 2: Regarding the text ... reconciliation and salvation ... Maria's free will cooperation with God's will (that He become a God-Divine person) enabled the Redemption (the reopening of Heaven).

Note 3: By God's will ... the Body and Blood of the Catholic Jesus Christ ... is the instrument of Redemption (the reopening of Heaven). This Body and Blood of Christ for the Redemption ... was entirely from the Blessed Virgin ... in the Divine Maternity.



Pope Adrian VI, died 1523 A.D. >
"The rosary is the scourge of the devil."



Pope Leo X, died 1521 A.D. >
"It (the Rosary) was instituted to oppose pernicious heresiarchs and heresies."



               



Pope Pius V, died 1572 A.D. >
"With the spread of this devotion (the Rosary) the meditations of the faithful have begun to be more inflamed, their prayers more fervent, and they have suddenly become different men; the darkness of heresy has been dissipated, and the light of Catholic faith has broken forth again."



Catholic Saint Dominic, died 1221 A.D. >
"You see the wonderful results I have had in preaching the Holy Rosary. You and those who love Our Lady must do the same; through the holy devotion of the Rosary, you will attract all to the true science of the virtues."



Pope Gregory XIII, died 1585 A.D. >
"The Rosary had been instituted by Saint Dominic to appease the anger of God and to implore the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary."



Pope Leo XIII, On devotion of the Rosary, 1 September 1883 >
"It is one of the most painful and grievous sights to see so many souls, redeemed by the blood of Christ, snatched from salvation by the whirlwind of an age of error, precipitated into the abyss of eternal death. Our need of Divine help is as great today as when the great Dominic introduced the use of the Rosary of Maria."

Note: Regarding the text ... "age of error" ... any and all can see that there are innumerable heresies (presbyterian, evangalical, lutheran, anglican, baptist, etc.) ... and innumerable groups of unbaptized pagans (jews, muslims, buddhists, hindus, etc).



Pope Leo XIII, On devotion of the Rosary, 1 September 1883 >
"This devotion, so great and so confident, to the august Queen of Heaven, has never shone forth with such brilliancy as when the militant Church of God has seemed to be endangered by the violence of heresy spread abroad, or by an intolerable moral corruption, or by the attacks of powerful enemies."



Catholic Saint Dominic, died 1221 A.D. >
"Through the Rosary and the Scapular, Our Lady will save the world !"



Pope Sixtus IV, died 1484 A.D. >
(The Rosary) redounded to the honour of God and the Blessed Virgin, and was well suited to obviate impending dangers."



               



Therese of Lisieux, died 1897 A.D. >
"In trial or difficulty I have recourse to Mother Mary, whose glance alone is enough to dissipate every fear."



Catholic Saint Dominic, died 1221 A.D. >
"The Holy Rosary is the best artillery against demons and their followers."



Saint Francis de Sales, died 1622 A.D. >
"The greatest method of praying is to pray the Rosary."



St. Louise de Marillac, died 1660 A.D. >
"Commend your children to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. When parents pray the Rosary, at the end of each decade they should hold the Rosary aloft and say to her, 'with these beads bind my children to your Immaculate Heart', she will attend to their souls."



Pope Leo XIII, died 1903 A.D. >
"The Rosary is the most excellent form of prayer and the most efficacious means of attaining eternal life. It is the remedy for all our evils, the root of all our blessings. There is no more excellent way of praying."



Blessed Alan de la Roche, died 1475 A.D. >
"The Holy Rosary is the storehouse of countless blessings."



Pope Pius X, died 1914 A.D. >
"If you wish peace to reign in your homes, recite the family Rosary."







Venerable Louis Marie de Montfort, died 1716 A.D. >
"The Rosary is a priceless treasure inspired by God."



Venerable Louis Marie de Montfort, died 1716 A.D. >
"When the Holy Rosary is said well, it gives Jesus and Mary more glory and is more meritorious than any other prayer."



Venerable Louis Marie de Montfort, died 1716 A.D. >
"The word rosary means 'Crown of Roses', that is to say that every time people say the Rosary devoutly they place a crown of one hundred and fifty-three white roses and sixteen red roses upon the head of Jesus and Mary. Being heavenly flowers these roses will never fade or lose their exquisite beauty."



Pope Sixtus IV, died 1484 A.D. >
"We confirm by the strength of our approbation those things that are ordained to the praise and glory of the Omnipotent God and the Glorious Virgin Mary; and we gladly request the faithful to exercise these works of devotion ... that thence, they may be rendered more secure in Divine grace."



"Pope Alexander VI, died 1503 A.D. >
"That it was through the merits of the Blessed Virgin Mary and the zealous preaching of this devotion by Saint Dominic that the whole order of the world was preserved."

Note 1: Saint Dominic defeated the "albigensian" heresy ... by promoting the Rosary ... restoring order in southern France and parts of Italy.

Note 2: Regarding the text ... "whole order of the world" ... Pope Alexander was speaking of the Christian world.







Pope Pius IX, died 1878 A.D. >
"So should the faithful of the present likewise put on this kind of armor, that, under the protection of the Immaculate Mother of God, their daily recitation of her Rosary may the more easily dissipate present errors."



Pope Pius X, Ineffabilis Deus, The Immaculate Conception, 8 December 1954 >
"And since she has been appointed by God to be the Queen of Heaven and earth, and is exalted above all the choirs of Angels and Saints, and even stands at the right hand of her only-begotten Son, Jesus Christ our Lord, she presents our petitions in a most efficacious manner. What she asks, she obtains. Her pleas can never be unheard."



Pope Pius IX, died 1878 A.D. >
"We exhort all Christians to give themselves to the daily recitation of this pious devotion either in public or privately in the home and family of each; and we also desire that the whole month of October in the present year be consecrated to the Queen of the Most Holy Rosary."



Pope Leo XIII, Fidentem Piumque Animum, On the Rosary, 20 September 1896 >
"This association of prayer and praise to Mary is both delightful and salutary for souls ... who united with Us in mind, voice, and hope, earnestly invoked by the mysteries and prayers of the Rosary, her who is the most powerful Patroness of the Catholic name."



Pope Pius V, Consueverunt Romani, Call to Prayer, 17 September 1569 >
"And so Dominic looked to that simple way of praying and beseeching God, accessible to all and wholly pious, which is called the Rosary, or Psalter of the Blessed Virgin Mary, in which the same most Blessed Virgin is venerated by the Angelic greeting (Saint Gabriel) repeated one hundred and fifty times ... according to the number of the Davidic Psalter."



Pope Pius X, E Supremi, On the Restoration of All things in Christ, 4 October 1903 >
"Let us turn, too, to the most powerful intercession of the Divine Mother ... commemorating the Holy Rosary, ordain and confirm all Our Predecessorís prescriptions."



Pope Leo XIII, On the Rosary, 22 September 1891 >
"That the faithful ... should redouble their piety towards the august Mother of God, the mighty helper of Christians ... invoking her by that most holy rite of the Rosary which the Church, especially in the passage of difficult times, has ever used for the accomplishment of all."



               



Pope Pius X, Ineffabilis Deus, The Immaculate Conception, 8 December 1954 >
"With a still more ardent zeal for piety, religion and love, let them continue to venerate, invoke and pray to the most Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of God, conceived without Original Sin."



Pope Pius IX, Apostolicae Nostrae Caritatis, 1 August 1954 >
"Above all, We constantly call upon the Virgin Mary, the Immaculate Mother of God, who is the most suitable and most powerful intercessor with God and who is the mother of graces and mercies."



Pope Gregory XVI, Mirari Vos, On Liberalism and Religious Indifferentism, 15 August 1832 >
"That all of this may come to pass prosperously and happily, let us raise our eyes and hands to the Most Holy Virgin Mary, who alone crushes all heresies, and is Our greatest reliance and the whole reason for our hope."



Pope Pius IX, Quanto Conficiamur Moerore, On Promotion of False Doctrines, 10 August, 1863 >
"That the merciful God may ... grant our most fervent prayers, let us invoke patronage of the Immaculate and Most Holy Virgin Mary, Mother of God."



Pope Pius IX, Quanta Cura, Condemning Current Errors, 8 December 1864 >
"But in order that God may the more readily assent to the prayers and desires of ourselves, of you and of all the faithful, let us with all confidence employ as our advocate with Him the Immaculate and Most Holy Virgin Mary, Mother of God, who has slain all heresies throughout the world."



Pope Pius IX, Nullis Certe Verbis, 19 January 1860 >
"Therefore we must invoke God by instant prayers ... let us devoutly implore the Immaculate Virgin Mary, the great Mother of God, the prompter and helper of good counsels."



Catholic Saint Dominic, died 1221 A.D. >
"The Rosary is a fortress against evil. It is a sign to Satan that you belong to Our Lady."



               



Saint Alphonsus Maria de Liguori, died 1787 A.D. >
"Mary having co-operated in our redemption with so much glory to God and so much love for us, Our Lord ordained that no one shall obtain salvation except through her intercession."



Saint Basil the Great, died 379 A.D. >
"O sinner, be not discouraged, but have recourse to Mary in all your necessities. Call her to your assistance, for such is the Divine Will that she should help in every kind of necessity."



Pope Pius IX, Nostis Et Nobiscum, On the Church in the Pontifical States, 8 Dec 1849 >
"Let us also call on the most blessed Mother of God, the Virgin Mary Immaculate, who by her powerful patronage with God obtains what she asks for and who cannot be denied."



Pope Leo XIII, On freemasonry in Italy, 15 October 1890 >
"Let us take as our mediatrix with God the most glorious Virgin Mary, the invincible Queen of the Rosary, Who has such great power over the forces of hell, and has so many times made Italy feel the effects of Her maternal love."



Pope Leo XIII, Arcanum, On Christian Marriage, 10 February 1880 >
"For this end let us all suppliantly, with humble prayer, implore the help of the Blessed and Immaculate Virgin Mary, that, our hearts being quickened to the obedience of faith, she may show herself our mother and our helper."



Pope Leo XIII, Adiutricem, On the Rosary, 5 September 1895 >
"O Virgin most holy, none abounds in the knowledge of God except through thee; none, O Mother of God, attains salvation except through thee; none receives a gift from the throne of mercy except through thee."

Note: Regarding the text ... "throne of mercy" ... the mercy of the Catholic God is His truth. God's mercy cannot be separated from His truth as identified on Section 2.6.



Pope Leo XIII, On the Rosary, quotes Saint Germain and the Office of the Blessed Virgin, 5 September 1895 >
"Hail, thou fountain springing forth by Godís design, whose rivers flowing over in pure and unsullied waves of orthodoxy put to flight the hosts of error. Rejoice, because thou alone hast destroyed all the heresies in the world."



               



Saint Bonaventure, Doctor of the Church, (regarding the Blessed Virgin as Star of the Sea), died 15 July 1274 A.D. >
"O poor lost sinners, despair not; raise up your eyes, and cast them on this beautiful Star; breathe again with confidence, for it will save you from this tempest, and will guide you into the port of salvation."

Note 1: Regarding the text ... "port of salvation" ... persons reaching the port of salvation are ... cooperating with the grace they receive from the Blessed Virgin to ... attain to virtue and believe the Sources of Dogma of the Faith, whole and inviolate.

Note 2: Very similar to the next record, but 100 years later.



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, (regarding the Blessed Virgin as Star of the Sea), died 20 August 1153 >
"If thou wouldst not be lost in the tempest, cast thine eyes on the star, and invoke Mary."

Note: Regarding the text ... "cast thine eyes on the star" ... persons cast their eyes on the star ... and cooperate with the grace they receive from the Blessed Virgin to ... attain to virtue and believe the Sources of Dogma of the Faith, whole and inviolate.



Saint Louis, Belgium monk, died 7 January 1566 >
"She is the only refuge of those who have offended God, the asylum of all who are oppressed by temptation, calamity, or persecution. This Mother is all mercy, benignity, and sweetness, not only to the just, but also to despairing sinners; so that no sooner does she perceive them coming to her, and seeking her health from their hearts, than she aids them, welcomes them, and obtains their pardon from her Son."

"She knows not how to despise any one, however unworthy he may be of mercy, and therefore denies her protection to none; she consoles all, and is no sooner called upon than she helps whoever it may be that invokes her."

"She by her sweetness often awakens and draws sinners to her devotion who are the most at enmity with God and the most deeply plunged in the lethargy of sin; and then, by the same means, she excites them effectually, and prepares them for grace, and thus renders them fit for the Kingdom of Heaven."

"God has created this his beloved daughter of so compassionate and sweet a disposition, that no one can fear to have recourse to her." The pious author concludes in these words: "It is impossible for any one to perish who attentively, and with humility, cultivates devotion towards this divine Mother."

Note 1: Regarding the text ... "impossible for any one to perish" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.

Note 2: There are substantial numbers who pray the Rosary and have other Marian devotions ... who do not believe the Catholic Faith in the Dogma ... not in the least degree.



Saint Alphonse Liguori quoting Saint Bonaventure, died 15 July 1274 >
"Now, if God is angry with a sinner, and Mary takes him under her protection, she withholds the avenging arm of her Son, and saves him. "And so," continues the same saint (Bonaventure), "No one can be found more fit for this office than Mary, who seizes the sword of Divine justice with her own hands to prevent it from falling upon and punishing the sinner."



Bishop Basil of Seleucia, died 459 A.D. >
"O sinner, be not discouraged, but have recourse to Mary in all thy necessities; call her to thine assistance, for thou wilt always find her ready to help thee; for such is the Divine will that she should help all in every kind of necessity."



Saint Alphonse Ligouri, Doctor of the Church, 1 August 1787 >
"This Mother of mercy has so great a desire to save the most abandoned sinners, that she herself goes in search of them, in order to help them; and if they have recourse to her, she knows how to find the means to render them acceptable to God."



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, died 20 August 1153 >
"Thou, O Lady, dost not reject any sinner who approaches thee, however loathsome and repugnant he may be. If he asks thy assistance, thou dost not disdain to extend thy compassionate hand to him, to extricate him from the gulf of despair."

Note: Regarding the text ... "to extricate him" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.



               



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, died 20 August 1153 >
"And who, O Lady, can be without confidence in thee, since thou assistest even those who are in despair ?  And I doubt not, that whenever we have recourse to thee, we shall obtain all that we desire. Let him, then, who is without hope, hope in thee."

Note: Regarding the text ... "hope in thee" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.



Cardinal Robert Bellarmine, died 17 September 1621 >
"That we shall obtain, through her intercession, that which we should not obtain by our own unaided prayers." "We pray to her," says the learned Suarez, "In order that the dignity of the intercessor may supply for our own unworthiness; so that" ... he continues, "To implore the Blessed Virgin in such a spirit, is not diffidence in the mercy of God, but fear of our own unworthiness."



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, died 20 August 1153 >
"See, O man, the designs of God, - designs by which He is able to dispense His mercy more abundantly to us; for, desiring to redeem the whole human race, He has placed the whole price of redemption in the hands of Mary, that she may dispense it at will."



Saint Irenaeus, bishop of Lyons, died c.202 A.D. >
"As Eve was seduced, by a fallen angel, to flee from God, so Mary was led to receive God into her womb, obeying a good Angel; and thus by her obedience repaired Eve's disobedience, and became her advocate, and that of the whole human race."

Note: Regarding the text ... "whole human race" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.



Saint Germanus, Bishop of Auxerre France, died 448 A.D. >
"O, my sovereign Lady, thou alone art the one whom God has appointed to be my solace here below; thou art the guide of my pilgrimage, the strength of my weakness ... the end of my captivity, the hope of my salvation !  Hear my prayers, have pity on my tears, I conjure thee, O thou who art my Queen, my refuge ... and my strength."

Note: Regarding the text ... "hope of my salvation" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, died 20 August 1153 >
"All generations call thee blessed, because thou has given life and glory to all nations, for in thee sinners find pardon, and the just perseverance in the grace of God."



Euthymius, Abbot in Palestine, died 20 January 473 >
"Look down upon us, O most compassionate Mother; cast thine eyes of mercy on us, for we are thy servants, and in thee we have placed all our confidence."



               



Saint Athanasius, Bishop, Doctor of the Church, died 2 May 373 >
"If the Son is King,"  says St. Athanasius,  "His Mother must necessarily be considered and entitled Queen."



Saint Bernardine of Sienna, 20 May 1444 >
"To become the Mother of the Eternal Word, she merited the title of Queen of the world and all creatures."

Note: The Blessed Virgin Maria is ... Queen of the Universe ... whether or not the heretics and un-baptized pagans accept this fact.



Saint Thomas Aquinas, Doctor of the Church, 7 March 1274 >
"The Holy Virgin, when she conceived the Divine Word in her womb and brought Him forth, obtained the half of the Kingdom of God by becoming Queen of Mercy, Jesus Christ remaining King of Justice."

Note: Regarding the text ... "brought Him forth" ... this delivery was through the walls of the abdomen, so in Jesus' nativity Maria remains a Virgin ... as foretold in Isaias 66:7. This is the same as when Jesus entered the upper room after the Resurrection when all doors were locked, by simply passing through a wall. This is called having a passable nature.



Saint Alphonse Ligouri, Doctor of the Church, 1 August 1787 >
"Therefore the Prophet David predicted that God Himself, if I may thus express it, would consecrate Mary Queen of Mercy, anointing her with the oil of gladness, in order that all of us miserable children of Adam might rejoice in the thought of having in Heaven that great Queen, so full of the unction of mercy and pity for us."



Saint Gregory, 12 March 604 >
"In proportion to her greatness and holiness are her clemency and mercy towards sinners who desire to amend, and who have recourse to her."





Blessed Virgin looks toward Beirut Lebanon ... above the Bay of Jounieh ... 27 feet tall (8.5 meters)
(Made in France ... cast in bronze)



Saint Bernard of Clairvaux, died 20 August 1153 >
"What fear can the wretched have of going to this Queen of Mercy since she never shows herself terrible or austere to those who seek her, but all sweetness and kindness ?"



Saint Alphonse Ligouri, Doctor of the Church, 1 August 1787 >
"Let us then have recourse, let us always have recourse to this most sweet Queen, if we would be sure of our salvation; and if the sight of our sins terrifies and disheartens us, Let us remember that Mary was made Queen of Mercy for this very end, that she might save by her protection the greatest and most abandoned sinners who have recourse to her."



Saint Anselm, Archbishop of Canterbury, died 21 April 1109 >
"O, blessed confidence! O, secure refuge! The Mother of God is my Mother also. With what certainty may we hope, since our salvation depends upon the sentence of a good Brother and of a kind Mother !"

Note: Regarding the text ... "our salvation depends" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.



Saint Bonaventure, Doctor of the Church, died 15 July 1274 A.D. >
"Everyone who loves this good Mother and trusts in her protection, should take courage and repeat: What do you fear, O my soul? The cause of thy eternal salvation will not be lost, as the final sentence depends upon Jesus, Who is thy Brother, and upon Mary who is thy Mother."

Note: Regarding the text ... "cause of thy eternal salvation" ... this must be seen in the context that one cooperates with the grace ... to reach the state of virtue (no sins against the body) ... and to the point where one believes the Catholic Sources of Dogma whole and inviolate.

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Mother of Christ
Hear Thou thy people's cry
Selected prophesies of the Blessed Virgin  - & -  Quotes on being devoted to the Blessed Virgin.    More >  Section 4  and  Section 4.4
Ezechiel 44:2 > "This gate shall be shut Ö no man shall pass through it Ö the Lord the God of Israel hath entered in by it." Proverbs 8:35 > "He that shall find me (the Blessed Virgin), shall find life, and shall have salvation from the Lord."
St. Bonaventure, died 1274 > "No one ever finds Christ but with and through Maria. Whoever seeks Christ apart from Maria seeks Him in vain." Genesis 3:15 > "I will put enmities between thee and the woman, and thy seed and her seed: she shall crush thy head, and thou shalt lie in wait for her heel."
Ecclesiasticus 24:25 > "In me is all grace of the way and the truth, in me is all hope of life and virtue." St. Antoninus, died 1459 > "All graces that have ever been bestowed on men, all of them came through Maria."
St. John Damascene, died 749 > "Pure and Immaculate Virgin, save me and deliver me from eternal damnation." Wisdom 7:26 > "For she is the brightness of eternal light, and the unspotted mirror of God's majesty."
Ecclesiasticus 24:24 > "I am the mother of fair love, and of fear, and of knowledge, and of holy hope." St. Agnes, died 304 > "There is no one in the world who, if he asks for it, does not partake of the Divine mercy through the tenderness of Maria."  (Truth and mercy cannot be separated)
Proverbs 30:11-12 > "There is a generation that ... doth not bless their mother. A generation pure in their own eyes and yet not washed from their filthiness." Blessed John Eudes, died 1680 > "Every grace and blessing possessed by the Church, all the treasures of light, holiness, and glory ... are due to the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Maria."
St. Athanasius, died 373 > "Thou, O Lady, were filled with grace, so that thou might be the way of our salvation and the means of ascent into the heavenly kingdom." Psalm 131:8 > "Arise, O Lord, into Thy resting place: Thou and the ark, which Thou hast sanctified."  (The Blessed Virgin bodily in Heaven)
Star of the Sea
and Portal of the Sky

Truth of the super-natural order:
All grace starts with God, goes to the hands of the Blessed Virgin, and then into the world. God (Grace Himself) came into the world
by the Blessed Virgin, God never changes, all grace follows the same path to this day and until the end of the world.

 
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Ignorance of God's Catholic Dogma ... which is being aggressively hidden with malice ... is not a "loophole" into Heaven.
Mountains of proof in Sources of Dogma and Scripture ... links  >  Section 5.1  and  Section 5.1.1