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Friday, September 17, 2010

Chaplet of Unity of Jesus, King of All Nations

History:
This wonderful Devotion is derived from Sacred Scripture and from the revelations received by two American ladies between 1988 and 1992 who in humility wish to remain anonymous.  This Devotion has received the Nihil Obstat of the Catholic Church, which declares that it is free of doctrinal and moral error..
Jesus told His servant "I have come to entrust to you a message of great importance for the world.  I tell you the days are coming when mankind will cry out to Me for mercy.  I tell you, My child, only one thing will be given as a remedy.  I Myself AM that remedy!  Let souls give devotion to Me through My Most Holy Mother, who mediates to Me on their behalf, as 'King of All Nations'.  This devotion to Me as 'Jesus King of All Nations' is to be a companion devotion to that of My Mercy as given to My beloved daughter, Faustina, and to that of My Sacred Heart as given to My beloved daughter, Margaret Mary.".
The promises to those who embrace the Devotion are the grace of final perseverance, peace in hearts and homes, healings, a special power over the Sacred and Immaculate Hearts, the gifts of the Holy Spirit, protection in times of harm and danger and mitigation of the severity of chastisements.
The Chaplet of Unity is a series of prayers recited on ordinary Rosary beads.  Jesus promised that He would grant may spiritual, physical, emotional and psychological healings to those who prayed this prayer if it was beneficial to their salvation.
This Chaplet may also be prayed as a Novena, 9 times in succession, either all at once, hourly, or daily.

Medals/Beads:
...................0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  X  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  X  0 0 0 0 0
C  X  0 0 0  X  M (................................................................)
.................0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  X  0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0  X  0 0 0 0 0

Method:
Starting with the 1st decade...
On the large (X) beads:

God our Heavenly Father, through Your Son Jesus, our Victim-High Priest, True Prophet, and Sovereign King, pour forth the Power of Your Holy Spirit upon us and open our hearts.  In Your great mercy, through the motherly mediation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, our Queen, forgive our sinfulness, heal our brokenness, and renew our hearts in the faith, and peace, and love, and joy of Your Kingdom, that we may be one in You.
On the small (0) beads:
In Your great mercy, forgive our sinfulness, heal our brokenness, and renew our hearts that we may be one in You.
Conclude with:
Hear, O Israel!  The Lord Our God is One God!
O Jesus, King of All Nations, may Your reign be recognized on earth!
Mary, our Mother and Mediatrix of All Graces, pray and intercede for us your children!
St. Michael, great Prince and Guardian of your people, come with the Holy Angels and Saints and protect us!

7 comments:

  1. Wonderful and powerful devotion with great promises and favors attached...

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  2. This is a false devotion--beware of it. See the attached link. The prayer above states ". .. forgive our sinfulness. . ., " etc. According to the Catholic faith, all serious sins must be confessed to a priest in the Sacrament of Reconciliation. A Catholic cannot be absolved of serious sin by a prayer; hence, this prayer, supposedly dictated by Jesus, is false. Our Lord would not contradict Himself. Here is the link: http://www.catholicplanet.com/apparitions/false34.htm

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  4. Please disregard the comment saying it's a false devotion. I myself receive spiritual private revelations from Jesus Christ the King of All Nations and have talked in the act of reconciliation with a monsignor priest. The sacrament of confession is infallible and I was told to share the devotion around the world. How dare you disregard the Lord's word. You can answer for that at judgement. I'm praying the chaplets for your slander of the Lord's servants.

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  5. Please disregard the comment saying it's a false devotion. I myself receive spiritual private revelations from Jesus Christ the King of All Nations and have talked in the act of reconciliation with a monsignor priest. The sacrament of confession is infallible and I was told to share the devotion around the world. How dare you disregard the Lord's word. You can answer for that at judgement. I'm praying the chaplets for your slander of the Lord's servants.

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  6. As Catholics we are called to be a priestly people so certainly we should be asking God to forgive "us"- all humanity- our sins. The same intercession is in the Fatima prayer approved by the Church, "O my Jesus, forgive us our sins, save us from the first of hell. Lead all souls to heaven, especially those in greatest need of The mercy." There is no contradiction with praying this and believing in the Church's teaching on the Sacrament of Reconciliation.

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