HELP FOR SUFFERING HUMANITY: MARY, HELP OF CHRISTIANS
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Help for Suffering Humanity: Mary, Help of Christians is a devotional book with numerous stories about the miraculous interventions of the Blessed Virgin Mary, the Mother of God, in the lives of individuals, families, peoples, towns, cities, and nations, throughout history up to the present day, under the title of Auxilium Christianorum as invoked by the saints John Chrysostom and John Bosco; crowned by Leo XIII, solemnly instituted by Pius VII, and more recently invoked for persecuted Chinese Christians by Benedict XVI. The particular aspect of Mary as help of Christians in times of war, both physical and spiritual warfare, is highlighted. Powerful prayers to Mary, help of Christians are given for the reader to use, together with guidance about the key of humility for obtaining help. Inspirational narratives about the unparalleled wonder and importance of the Mass, the healing power of the sacraments of confession and communion, and the efficacious prayer of the rosary as weapon are included.
Praise for Help for Suffering Humanity
"This book will allow you to see not only what Mary has done in the lives of others, but also what she can do in your own life" - Gary Zimak, radio host, speaker, author of Listen to the Blessed Mother.
"Superb reflection on those thoughts which Mary pondered in her own heart" - Reverend James Tucker, Epiphany Parish, New Jersey.
"I recommend this book for any Christian looking to learn how Mary can intercede for us and how she has interceded for others throughout history. I found the book very interesting and the stories and contained in the book are inspirational" - 5* review, Amazon
"Kiczek masterfully illustrates our Lady's intervention throughout history. Every Catholic should have this book on the family bookshelf" - James J. Gambino, Salesian Cooperator.
"This book has inspired me and filled me with awe. Mary, Help of Christians is the answer for today's suffering humanity" - 5* review, Amazon
"A book that should be on every Catholic's bookshelf" - 5* review, Amazon