It is part of the rich tradition of our Catholic faith to send letters of petition to our Holy Fathers to encourage their discernment regarding the proclamation of Marian dogmas in order to obtain historic graces for the Church and for the world (for example, the dogma of the Immaculate Conception in 1854 and the dogma of the Assumption in 1950).
It is now our turn to send personal letters of support to Pope Francis in his discernment of proclaiming Our Lady as the Spiritual Mother of all Humanity, under its three essential aspects of Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix of All Graces and Advocate. Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcultta, Mother Angelica of EWTN Network, over 550 cardinals and bishops and over 7 million Catholic faithful have all written letters of support to the popes of the last 15 years for this 5th Marian Dogma of Mary’s spiritual motherhood.
Now it’s our turn.
Please write a letter to Pope Francis in support of the 5th Marian dogma from your heart to his heart.
You may tell him how grateful you are for his pontificate and for his love of Our Lady. You may convey to him that this 5th Marian Dogma will bring great graces to the Church and the world and that it will in fact fulfill the “Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary” as prophesied at Fatima. Or you may simply tell him that you think it is the right time to crown Our Lady by proclaiming her as the Spiritual Mother of all Peoples.
Ask Our Lady to guide you and then write a personal letter to Pope Francis on her behalf, and in support of this historic 5th Marian Dogma.
Please send your personal letter to Pope Francis at the following address:
If you’re writing from the United States, 3 regular postage stamps is the postage necessary to get your letter to Vatican City.
Let us each do our own part in honor of Our Lady and in support of the 5th Marian Dogma by writing a “love letter” to the Pope Francis in support of a solemn definition of Mary as the Spiritual Mother of all Peoples, Co-Redemptrix, Mediatrix of All Graces and Advocate, and thus to participate in the fulfillment of the great Marian scriptural prophecy, “All generations will call me blessed” (Luke 1:42).