Today is the second anniversary of my series focusing on the Blessed Virgin Mary titled – “Mondays with Mary.” It’s hard to believe that I have been writing on the Blessed Virgin Mary for two years every Monday, with a few exceptions. When I started this series, I would have never guessed I would be writing the one-hundredth and third blog post on the second anniversary.
When this series began on May 6, 2012, it was planned to only be a four-week series during the month of May, the month that is always dedicated to the Blessed Mother. As I wrote the four first blog posts (listed below), there was something telling me to write more blog posts after May, that something was and is the Holy Spirit. He has truly guided my mind, heart, and fingers as I type about the highest creature in all of Heaven. The first four blog posts are The Month of Mary, The Holy Rosary, Our Lady of Fatima, and In a Time of Crisis…Mary Should Not be Forgotten.
It’s been my great honor to write about Our Lord’s Mother and our Advocating Queen Mother over the past two years. Not only have I received affirmations about these posts, but I have also received comments from readers sharing with me how much they appreciate the Marian theology at the beginning of their week. Some have even shared that their relationship has changed with the Blessed Virgin Mary and Jesus Christ from the words that they have read in this series. I give praise and thanksgiving to Jesus Christ for these comments, affirmations, and conversion of hearts.
Currently, I am working on developing my first book focusing on a years worth of “Mondays with Mary.” Through this series, I have also been given an opportunity to do some writing projects focusing on the Blessed Mother. As these continue to develop, I will be sure to keep my readers in the loop.
Below is the Top 5 “Mondays with Mary” over the past two years. I hope and pray that you can read them and share them with others, along with the other ninety-eight posts.
I would like to thank the following groups and individuals for sharing “Mondays with Mary” with many more people – the Facebook page, My Mother Mary, Kevin Knight and NewAdvent.org, and the Dominican Sisters of Mary, Mother of the Eucharist. Please say a Hail Mary for each of them.
Our Immaculate and Advocating Mother of God…Pray for Us!