Daily Reflections of Saint Padre Pio: On Mary and the Rosary

Fascinating snippets include details of the relationship Padre Pio had with Our Lady . In particular I love the different names he attributed to our Heavenly Mother. A sure sign of intimacy. Here is a taster:- ‘Maria, Madonna, Mamma, Mammina, Madre, Madonnina, Madonnella, Signora…’. Hope this has whet your appetite.

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St.Padre Pio and the Rosary 

Saint Padre Pio On Mary:

 

Padre Pio would call Mary in many different ways. Some of them: Maria, Madonna, Mamma, Mammina, Madre, Madonnina, Madonnella, Signora, Vergine Maria, Madre Maria, Diletta Madre, Tenera Madre, Madre mia cara, Celeste Madre, Madre di Misericordia, Bianca Signora, Maria Santissima, Mamma mia, Madre Immacolata, Santissima Vergine, Cara Madre, Mamma dolcissima, Madonna Mia, Mamma nostra, Dolce Signora, Vergine Santa, Madonna delle Grazie. 

              

To a woman who had asked for prayers to be healed. “Let’s pray the Madonna of Graces. She will heal you.” When the woman returned to tank: “Mary healed you, not me.”

   

Padre Pio wrote on August 15, 1929, feast of the Assumption: “This morning I approached the altar with physical pains and internal anguish. I felt like dying. I was permeated by a deadly sadness. At the moment of consuming the Sacred Host I saw clearly the Heavenly…

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