Sacred Heart DevotionLook at this Heart which has loved men so much, and yet men do not want to love Me in return. Through you My divine Heart wishes to spread its love everywhere on earth.

The Sacred Heart Devotion is the greatest source of spiritual and temporal help, graces and blessings for those that truly love the Sacred Heart of Our Lord, Jesus Christ. It is a never failing source to remedy all our problems and needs as well as a sure method of attaining perfection and salvation.

The Sacred Heart Devotion is the only devotion specifically requested and established by Jesus Christ Himself, in which He chose His faithful servant St. Margaret Mary Alacoque to propagate this devotion. Our Lord made this request because of His ardent love to be known, loved, honored and adored by all Catholics and to establish His reign in the hearts of all through our consecration to the devotion and love of His Sacred Heart.

Jesus promised to St. Margaret Mary Alacoque that this devotion is so pleasing to Him, that He refuses nothing to those that practice it. In addition, He made “12 Promises” for those that practice this devotion properly and faithfully.

The Sacred Heart Devotion is for men, women, families and young people as well. It is the perfect answer to all the questions that arise from our many trials and tribulations in these troubled times. If you are new or would like to deepen your understanding and devotion to the Sacred Heart Of Jesus, please visit Sacred Heart If you would like to know more about St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and the history of this devotion, please visit the following links: St. Margaret Mary Alacoque from Catholic Community Forum and Saint Margaret Mary Alacoque from EWTN.




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