Flame of Love Rosary
In recent decades, the Catholic Church has received many new devotions, including a devotion to Our Lady called the Flame of Love Rosary.
What is the Flame of Love? The Flame of Love of the Immaculate Heart of Mary is a spiritual diary of a devout and humble Hungarian woman named Elizabeth Kindelmann. The Flame of Love is Jesus Himself and lives in Mary’s Immaculate Heart. The primary goal of this Flame is to save souls by passing on the Flame to each other through prayer. As this happens, Satan will be blinded and souls will find themselves able to respond to God’s actual graces.
Where did this devotion come from?
This all started during a time when Hungary had been facing persecution for many years. Elizabeth Kindelmann received messages from Jesus and Mary between 1961 and 1982. Together, they taught her the Flame of Love devotion. This devotion is church-approved.
What does devotion to the Flame of Love do?
Our Lady promises that "By my Flame of Love, a new era of grace, never before known on the earth, will begin. With this Flame, you will light all the hearts in the world. This Flame will become a fire, and with its shining light, this fire will blind Satan." So through the Flame of Love Rosary, we can save many souls, including our own.
How can I participate in the Flame of Love Rosary at St. Patrick?
The basis of starting this devotion is first, to introduce the Flame of Love to St. Patrick Parish. Second, it is to provide an opportunity for moms (dads, grandparents) to participate in this rosary prayer with children of all ages in order to bring the Love of Our Lady and her son, Jesus, to the children. Families are welcome to stay the whole time or just for one decade.
Everyone is welcome and we invite kids of all ages to lead the rosary, giving the young children of our parish a unique opportunity to come together and pray.
When will the Flame of Love Rosary take place at St. Patrick? We will pray the Flame of Love Rosary on the first Wednesday of every month starting March 3 at 3:45 PM in the church. To learn more about the Flame of Love devotion, visit flameoflove.us/. For questions, contact Melissa Dierenfeldt at 660-483-1122 or [email protected]. No prior knowledge of the rosary is needed. Prayer booklets and rosaries will be available. We hope you can join us.