The Promises of the Rosary are well-known and semi-researched. Very rarely does a Theologian or Scholar investigate the Promises of the Rosary, since it belongs to Mystical Theology and have been approved by bishops all over the World.
What Are Signal Graces?
While this should be the easiest thing to interpret for a Theologian, it seems non-Theologians miss the forest for the trees. Apologists sometimes try to oversimplify or more likely make things too mundane and ordinary.
A relationship with God is nothing mundane or ordinary according to secular thought. It is divine, extraordinary and exceptional. This is a false interpretation in one respect: It is both a natural part of being and supernatural in nature.
The steadfast love of the Lord never ceases,
his mercies never come to an end (Lamentations 3:22).
The Sky is the limit! Literally.
The root of signal should be the hint that scholars should discover. 12 years of education is enough to see that in all major fields – simplicity is profundity.
Signal: late Middle English: from Old French, from medieval Latin signale, neuter of late Latin signalis, from Latin signum ‘mark, token’ (see sign). The verb dates from the early 19th century.
“[T]hese signs will accompany those who believe: in my name they will cast out demons; they will speak in new tongues; they will pick up serpents, and if they drink any deadly thing, it will not hurt them; they will lay their hands on the sick, and they will recover” (Mark 16:17-18).
That is what Mary is talking about.
Now consider some of the rest of the promises to an infinite measure:
“I promise my special protection and the greatest graces to all those who shall recite the Rosary” (2nd promise).
“The Rosary shall be a powerful armor against hell, it will destroy vice, decrease sin, and defeat heresies” (3rd promise).
“The soul which recommends itself to me by the recitation of the Rosary, shall not perish” (5th promise).
What is the Rosary promise to make you by praying it?
What is a Saint? A person who makes it to Heaven (Saint) and has heroic virtue (Beatification). That is exactly what a Canonization states:
“May the example and teaching of St Josemaría be an incentive to us so that at the end of the earthly pilgrimage, we too may be able to share in the blessed inheritance of heaven! There, together with the angels and all the saints, we will contemplate the face of God and sing his glory for all eternity.”
- He is worthy of imitation (heroic example).
- He has inherited “heaven” (with “angels” and saints”).
- Contemplates the “face of God.”
This is even before you get deeper into the Promises. Saint Dominic and Blessed Alan knew this, that’s they easily revealed them.
The Rosary is literally praying the Heart of Mary: “But Mary kept all these things (Divine Mysteries), pondering them in her heart” (Luke 2:19).
“Prayer is the life of the new heart“ (Luke 2:19).
“Nothing is equal to prayer; for what is impossible it makes possible, what is difficult, easy” (Catechism of the Catholic Church, 2744).
My Revelations About The Rosary
The Blessed Mother revealed to me all the promises of St. Dominic and Blessed Alan, in 2013. At this time she revealed them all and six more promises. She revealed six more to the Fiery One of Nations, a Saint upon Earth (Council of Trent, Session 6, Canon 16).
Before then she would repeat them one at a time to me through my life. In 2013, she went through them with me one-by-one and explained them according to my clarifications, giving her divine “Yes” (see Luke 1:38) one-by-one.
This is correct, to emphasize that the Rosary was her heart, she said to me in whole Luke 1:38 , Clarifying that praying the Rosary is praying consent to the Divine Father.
Power Of The Rosary
The Son must obey the Mother (Redemptoris Mater). Why? He made a special promise to the One “Full of Grace” (Luke 1:28). Being full of grace, the Summit of Grace, she lacks in no prayer being granted, since “whatever you ask in my name I will grant you.”
“Whatever you ask in my name, I will do it, that the Father may be glorified in the Son” (John 14:13).
Vision (2014): “Full of Grace asks you,” I said to Christ in Heaven in one bilocation. His eyes grew big and he did not hesitate a second to grant that prayer as the Blessed Mother watched on.
I asked for physical apparitions that might mission (Rev 7:9, Rev 11:13) to subdue the World to Christ might be easier, quicker, crystal clear and more complete. From that day on, I always had physical apparitions.
Many are listed above. However, the visions I receive continue to emphasize the power of the Rosary, that it makes Saints and to confirm my divine mission.
That the Blessed Mother restated the promises made to St. Dominic and Blessed (St.) Alan emphasized my divine mission again. The Rosary is key and always has been key to it, since day one.
This is a case in point: The Rosary never fails if you commend yourself to heaven (5th promise). It never will.
All my miracles confirm my prophetic statements. Miracles are “most certain signs” (infallible) “of divine revelation” (private and public). That means with one miracle, all my prophetic statements are confirmed to be infallible.
This is actually the process the Church uses. Orthodoxy, prophetic statement and miraculous confirmation. This is a shortlist of how Saints are canonized and revelations confirmed – public or private (See Luke 1:28-42).
The Archangel Gabriel reveals Mary to be the Mother of Christ.
Gabriel prophesies that Elizabeth is with child.
Mary runs to Elizabeth to confirm that she is pregnant.
Second, only to the Eucharist, the Rosary is the most powerful instrument of God’s grace. Why? She who is full of grace is it’s heart and intercession.
Our Lady of the Most Holy Rosary. Immaculate Heart of Our Most Dear Mother, make us like you, the Saintly Summit of Faith, that we may be all the more like Christ. Amen. +M