A Unique Opportunity: 33 Days to Morning Glory

March 25, 2014

I just wrote about my devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary, and today, I’d like to share a Marian devotion that can help you grow closer to Jesus. It’s Marian consecration using the bestselling book 33 Days to Morning Glory. (Believe it or not, there’s already 2 million copies of this book in print.)

If you’d like to learn more about this devotion, watch the brief video below.

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The reason I’m writing about this devotion today is because it is the feast of the Annunciation— also known as the day Jesus became incarnate in Mary’s womb. That means that 9 moths from now is Christmas! If you start the consecration today, you will make your consecration on Divine Mercy Sunday, a day of great grace for the Church.

You can sign up for a web retreat here to begin and order an eBook of 33 Days to Morning Glory here if you don’t have a hard copy.

I strongly encourage you to consecrate yourself to Jesus through Mary if you have not already. There is no faster or easier way to grow in holiness than this powerful devotion. I fully intend to write about it again more in depth some time in the near future, but for now, take advantage of this opportunity!

PS: If for some reason you can’t or don’t want to begin today, you can order FREE consecration materials here to use at a future date.

Sam Guzman


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  1. Evansville Catholics says

    “33 Days to Morning Glory” is the emasculated, cartoon version of St. Louis de Montfort’s True Devotion to Mary. St. Louis de Montfort’s recommendation is to make your consecration on the Feast of the Annunciation or other Marian feast day, not start your preparation. Fr. Gaitley also very liberally re-translates and truncates the consecration prayer. Consecration to Jesus through Mary according to St. Louis de Montfort and Fr. Gaitley are two different things.

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