Send a Personal Note to Pope Francis For the Fifth Marian Dogma
It is part of the rich tradition of our Catholic faith to petition the popes regarding the proclamation of Marian dogmas. For example, millions of petitions by the Christian faithful led to the dogmas of the Immaculate Conception (1854) and the Assumption (1950). With every Marian dogma, extraordinary graces are poured upon the world through Our Lady’s most powerful intercession.
In 1915, Cardinal Mercier of Belgium began an international petition movement for the papal definition of the Blessed Virgin Mary as the world’s “Spiritual Mother.” Now, one hundred years later, well over 8 millio cardinals, bishops, priests, religious and lay faithful from more than 180 countries have sent petitions to recent popes in favor of the solemn definition : the Mother of Jesus is Spiritual Mother of all humanity in her three maternal roles as Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces and Advocate.
Now it’s our turn
It is now our turn to join in this historic Marian movement by sending our own personal notes of support to Pope Francis in order to encourage him to proclaim Our Lady as the Spiritual Mother of all Peoples. Please join St. Maximilian Kolbe, Blessed Mother Teresa of Calcutta, Mother Angelica of the EWTN Network, hundreds of cardinals and bishops and millions of Catholic faithful in sending your own personal note to Pope Francis for the 5th Marian dogma.
You can send your personal note to Pope Francis by following these 3 easy steps:
1. Write the Pope’s address on your envelope:
2. Place 3 postage stamps on your envelope
3. Write a brief note, from your heart to the heart of Pope Francis, encouraging him to solemnly proclaim Mary as the Spiritual Mother of all peoples.
Our Lady has promised to intercede for the inestimable grace of world peace when the Holy Father proclaims this fifth Marian Dogma (LAN, May 31, 1954). Please do your part by petitioning Pope Francis to define Mary as humanity’s Spiritual Mother, and thus to bring the peace of Jesus Christ into the world.