Consecrate Yourself to Mary on May 31

33 days to Morning Glory DVD series

St. Louis deMontfort, St. Maximilian Kolbe, Mother Teresa & John Paul

lower level of st. micheal the archangel church, leawood, KS

With Fr. Gaitley, Mondays, 7-8:30pm

April 28–May 21, May 27 & May 30

Divine Mercy Sunday: Group Devotion, Prayer Experience

The Divine Mercy Novena begins April 18, Good Friday, and ends on April 27, Divine Mercy Sunday.

Gather in the Raphael room at 7pm, Wed, April 16, in preparation. Through St. Faustina, extraordinary graces are promised: complete remission of sins and punishment for those who faithfully perform the devotion. 1. Pray the Novena daily 2. Pray the Chaplet of Divine Mercy daily 3. Pray for the intentions of the Supreme Pontiff daily 4. Perform a word, work, or prayer of mercy each day 5. Confession within two weeks so as to be in a state of perfect contrition 6. Receive Holy Communion on April 27, the Feast of Divine Mercy.
Praying throughout the week, we’ll gather in the Raphael Room at 7pm on Monday, April 21 and Wed, April 23. Pope Francis will canonize Pope John Paul II this Divine Mercy Sunday so we will want to offer special prayers for both of these great popes.

All are Welcome April 28 – May 31, 2014

33 Days to Morning Glory, Marian Consecration

• Give your heart to Jesus through Mary
• Learn how Catholics relate to Mary
• Trust Mary to intercede on your behalf
• Rediscover or Learn the Catholic Faith
• Respond to the new evangelization
• Change your life and the lives of others
• Let Mary present your prayers to God • Entrust friends and family to her care

Already Consecrated? Repeat with us! Who is this Mary? She is your mother. She is my mother. She is the spouse of the Holy Spirit and bearer of great graces for us all. The more we belong to her, the more she can unite us with her Son and use us to accomplish God’s most perfect will. John Paul says “Mary is the discreet yet subtle presence.” Her spiritual motherhood is deeply connected with the Church and with all of us as members. She is waiting and wanting to walk the path of life with each and every one of us and lead us deeper into the merciful heart of her Jesus. She calls to us in her quiet ways but it’s up to us to answer. John Paul goes on to say, “Even when the same woman is the mother of many children, her personal relationship with each one of them is of the very essence of motherhood.” Mary is personally a mother to us all, and she doesn’t lose us in the crowd even though we may lose sight of her. “Behold, your mother.” (John 19:27) —Linda Bevec


When Father Michael Gaitley, author of 33 Days to Morning Glory, recently visited St. Michael the Archangel parish, he shared how Mary and Divine Mercy are changing hearts across the planet, that you and I are the heart and arms of Jesus for others! St. Michael’s Marian Prayer group shares the graces of the Blessed Virgin Mary through prayer and fellowship. Receive Our Holy Mother’s blessings by praying the rosary and then, read or join our 33 Days to Morning Glory: Marian Consecration group. Consecrating ones self to Jesus through Mary with Fr. Gaitley’s  33-day book/retreat, is so meaningful, you’ll want to repeat it. Mark your calendar for our group’s 33-Day Consecration to Mary in May 2014 and Fr. Gaitley’s follow-up DVD series, “Consoling the Heart of Jesus.”

Tentative Calendar

Wed., April 16: Divine Mercy Novena Instruction

Father and I visiting at St. Michael the Archangel parish  in Leawood, KS, January 11, 2014

Father and I visiting at St. Michael the Archangel parish
in Leawood, KS, January 11, 2014

Wed., April 23: St. Faustina of Krakow video biography

Mon., April 28: 33-Days to Morning Glory: Marian Consecration by Fr. Michael Gaitley

Sat., May 31: Marian Consecration Mass & Celebration

June–August 2014: Consoling the Heart of Jesus by Fr. Michael Gaitley

September 2014: St. Therese of Lisieux Little Flower Group – DOWNLOAD complete study guide


Women of St. Michael’s Annual Retreat Visits Monastery

IMG_Mary (1)Visit photo gallery, compliments of Connie Euston

On Feb. 22, a caravan of St. Michael’s ladies headed to Atchison, Kans., Mount St. Scholastica to be inspired by the history and meaning behind the Angelus Prayer!

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St. Michael’s Opportunities…

33 Days to Morning Glory: A Marian Retreat by Father Michael Gaitley

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Consoling the Heart of Jesus, a 10-week retreat by Father Michael Gaitley

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Intro to the Devout Life by St. Francis de Sale and the Walk with Christ, Ignatian Retreat

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All are welcome to join us in our pursuit of holiness within ourselves, our friends and families, our creations and our bounty, and in every aspect of our lives. 

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