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"Cestello Annunciation" by Sandro Botticelli - 1489 A.D. 





"HAIL, Mary, hope of the despairing, help of the destitute, to whom thy Son

pays so great honor that whatever thou dost ask thou dost at once obtain,

whatever thou dost wish is at once done. To thee are committed the treasures 
of the celestial kingdom. Grant, oh Lady, that amid the storms of this life, I may

always turn my eyes to thee. To thy mercy I commend my soul and my body.
Direct and protect me at every hour and every moment, oh my sweet protectress."


Source: "The Glories of Mary" Translated From The Italian Of St. Alphonsus Liguori Founder Of

The Congregation Of The Holy Redeemer, pp. 781-782, P.J. Kenedy & Sons, N.Y., Imprimatur 1852 A.D.

Mar. 25, 2022


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