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MI intentions 2017
One hundred years of history and mission.
That the MI worldwide may be a sign of peace and joy for all people.
That each MI member may reflect the beauty of belonging to the Immaculata.
That the MI may work tirelessly for the building up of the Kingdom of God.
That all those who take inspiration from St. Maximilian's witness may embrace the logic of the Paschal Mystery.
That the MI may imitate the example of the Immaculata's discipleship.
That, following St. Maximilian's example, MI members may let themselves be led by the Holy Spirit.
That the MI may be the home of all who seek the love of Christ and Mary's tenderness.
That each MI member may give witness to the love of Christ, with the fidelity of St. Maximilian.
That the MI may communicate to all people the precious value of Mary's presence in the life of each and every person.
That the MI may be faithful to the missionary spirit for which it was born.
That the MI journey may be an authentic school of holiness.
That MI members may experience the joy of adhering to God's plan.
In your place
Kolbe, Martyr of Charity and Sign of Godís Mercy.
Introduction: the intentions for the year 2016 take into consideration the 75th anniversary of St. Maximilianís martyrdom and the celebration of the Extraordinary Jubilee Year proclaimed by Pope Francis, whose theme will be mercy.
That everywhere we may be instruments of peace, forgiveness and understanding, with hearts full of mercy.
That all people suffering in body and spirit may find solace in the certainty of Godís merciful love.
That mindful of Godís mercy we may be willing to make a generous gift of ourselves to others.
That our life may be an enduring witness to the truths of the Resurrection and Divine Mercy.
That free from any prejudice we may welcome our brothers and sisters in their uniqueness.
That contemplating the merciful love of Christ we may open our hearts to the needs of our brethren.
That resentments and anger may never stifle our ability to love.
That St. Maximilianís martyrdom may inspire each of us to be a sign of Godís mercy for our brothers and sisters who are living in despair.
That all people who are enslaved by sin may find interior healing in the mercy of God.
That our compassion may find its inspiration in your mercy, exemplified at the foot of the Cross.
That in times of darkness and uncertainty we may be able to invoke Godís merciful love.
That the Incarnation and Nativity of Christ may cause us to ponder the mercy of God for mankind.
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