Helping you to meditate on the life of Blessed Virgin Mary.The short meditations are intended especially for the Month of May or October, though they may be used at any time with profit, particularly in connection with novenas and the celebration of the feasts of Our Lady. They are founded on the chief incidents in the life of the Blessed Virgin Mary as recorded in Holy Scripture, or handed down by tradition. Each of them is broken up into three heads or points, intended to furnish, directly or indirectly, some practical suggestion to the devout servant of Mary. They are taken from "The Devout Year" (Maria Magnificata), by Rev. R. F. Clarke, S.J. In this lite version, the meditations for odd-numbered days are available:Day 1 - Mary's Immaculate ConceptionDay 3 - Mary's Earliest GiftsDay 5 - The Birth of MaryDay 7 - Mary's Life in the TempleDay 9 - The Marriage of MaryDay 11 - The IncarnationDay 13 - Mary's Time of ExpectancyDay 15 - Mary's PurificationDay 17 - The Flight to EgyptDay 19 - Mary's Loss of Jesus for Three DaysDay 21 - Mary at CanaDay 23 - Mary Meets Jesus Carrying the CrossDay 25 - Jesus is Placed in His Mother's ArmsDay 27 - Jesus Appears to Mary after the ResurrectionDay 29 - Mary's DeathDay 31 - Mary's Coronation as Queen of HeavenIn the full version you will also get the even-numbered days:Day 2 - Mary's First GracesDay 4 - God's Design in Beautifying MaryDay 6 - The Presentation of Mary in the TempleDay 8 - Mary's EspousalsDay 10 - The AnnunciationDay 12 - The VisitationDay 14 - The NativityDay 16 - Simeon's Prophecy to MaryDay 18 - Mary's Life at NazarethDay 20 - The Death of St. JosephDay 22 - Mary during Our Lord's Public LifeDay 24 - Mary at the Foot of the CrossDay 26 - Mary Sees Jesus Laid in the SepulchreDay 28 - Mary the Mother of the Infant ChurchDay 30 - Mary's Assumption to Heaven"Oh, how powerful are the motives of this devotion, and how wonderful are its effects! If, therefore, you are tossed to and fro on the stormy ocean of this world, do not turn away your eyes from this resplendent star, lest you perish in the tempest. If the winds of temptation blow, if you are in danger of being dashed against the rocks of adversity, look at the star, call upon Mary. If the waves of pride, of ambition, of detraction, of anger, of avarice, or lust, threaten your soul, call upon Mary. If, troubled at the sight of your manifold sins, frightened at the thought of the just Judge, you begin to sink into the abyss of sorrow and despair, think of Mary. In all dangers, in all your trials, invoke Mary. Let her name be on your lips, let her memory be in your heart. If you follow her, you will not go astray; if you trust in her, you will not be disappointed; if she takes care of you, you need not fear; if she protects you. and intercedes for you, you will safely arrive at the haven of eternal felicity."- F.X. Lasance -PS: Please pray for holy souls in Purgatory and also for the developer as he continues to develop Catholic apps.