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What is the 33 Days to Morning Glory?
Created by Fr. Michael E. Gaitley, MIC, author of the popular book Consoling the Heart of Jesus, comes the extraordinary 33-day journey to Marian consecration with four giants of Marian spirituality: St. Louis de Montfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, St Teresa of Calcutta, and St John Paul II.
Fr. Michael masterfully summarises their teaching, making it easy to grasp and simple enough to put into practice. More specifically, he weaves their thought into a user friendly, do-it-yourself retreat that will bless even the busiest of people.
So, if you’ve been thinking about entrusting yourself to Mary for the first time or if you’re simply looking to deepen and renew your devotion to her, 33 Days to Morning Glory is the right Novena to follow and will be directed by Fr Adrian Farrelly O.P.
Fr Adrian Farrelly O.P.
Fr Adrian Farrelly O.P. is a native of Ardee Co. Louth. Since his ordination in 1982 he has been assigned to Dundalk, Tallaght in Dublin, Trinidad in the West Indies, St. Saviour’s Dublin, St. Mary’s Cork and was assigned to Newry in 2016.
Since his ordination he has been involved in retreat work around the country. He was Director of the Dominican Retreat Centre in Tallaght and was prior in St. Mary’s Cork and St. Saviours Dublin.
He qualified as a ‘Focusing’ teacher at the Focusing Institute in New York in 2001.
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Daily Breakdown of the 33 Day of Morning Glory Retreat
WEEK ONE: St. Louis de Montfort
29/11/2020 Day 1: The Passionate Saint of Brittany
30/11/2020 Day 2: St. Louis’s Influence on the Church
1/12/2020 Day 3: De Montfort’s Consecration (Part One)
2/12/2020 Day 4: De Montfort’s Consecration (Part Two)
3/12/2020 Day 5: Should We Really Give Mary Everything? (Part One)
4/12/2020 Day 6: Should We Really Give Mary Everything? (Part Two)
5/12/2020 Day 7: A Quick, Easy, and Secure Way to Holiness
WEEK TWO: St. Maximilian Kolbe
6/12/2020 Day 8: Who are you, St. Maximilian Kolbe?
7/12/2020 Day 9: Who are you, O Immaculate Conception? (Part One)
8/12/2020 Day 10: Who are you, O Immaculate Conception? (Part Two)
9/12/2020 Day 11: The Immaculata Always Does God’s Will, Perfectly
10/12/2020 Day 12: Who Are You, O Holy Saints of God?
11/12/2020 Day 13: To Be an Instrument — Rather, to be Instruments
12/12/2020 Day 14: Kolbe’s Prayer of Consecration
WEEK THREE: Blessed Mother Teresa
13/12/2020 Day 15: Lover of the Heart of Jesus
14/12/2020 Day 16: ‘The Gift God Gave September 10th’
15/12/2020 Day 17: The Visions of 1947
16/12/2020 Day 18: The Immaculate Heart of Mary
17/12/2020 Day 19: Heart-Pondering Prayer
18/12/2020 Day 20: A Consecration Covenant
19/12/2020 Day 21: ‘Be the One’ (with Mary)
WEEK FOUR: St. Pope John Paul II
20/12/2020 Day 22: Mary’s Gift of Mercy
21/12/2020 Day 23: Maternal Mediation
22/12/2020 Day 24: Mary’s Retreat (Day One)
23/12/2020 Day 25: Mary’s Retreat (Day Two)
24/12/2020 Day 26: Mary’s Retreat (Day Three)
25/12/2020 Day 27: Marian Entrustment (Part One)
26/12/2020 Day 28: Marian Entrustment (Part Two)
FINAL FIVE DAYS: Synthesis and Review
27/12/2020 Day 29: St. Louis de Montfort
28/12/2020 Day 30: St. Maximilian Kolbe
29/12/2020 Day 31: Blessed Mother Teresa
30/12/2020 Day 32: St. Pope John Paul II
31/12/2020 Day 33: Putting It All Together