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The Blue Army Pledge


Dear Queen and Mother, who promised at Fatima to convert Russia and bring peace to all mankind, in reparation to Your Immaculate Heart, for my sins and the sins of the whole world, I solemnly promise to:

1) Offer up everyday the sacrifices demanded by my daily duty;

2) Pray the Rosary daily while meditating on the mysteries;

3) Wear the Scapular of Mt. Carmel as profession of this promise and as an act of consecration to You,

4) To observe the First Saturday Devotions

I shall renew this promise often, especially in moments of temptation.


Note: This pledge is not a vow and does not bind under pain of sin. (Nevertheless this is a promise... your word given to your Heavenly Mother.)

My Morning Offering

O my God in union with the Immaculate Heart of Mary (here kiss your Brown scapular...partial indulgence) I offer Thee the Precious Blood of Jesus from all the altars throughout the world, joining with it the offering of my every good thought, word and action of this day.

O my Jesus, I desire today to gain every indulgence and merit so that I may offer them, together with myself, to Mary Immaculate... so that She may best apply them to the interests of Thy Most Sacred Heart. Precious Blood of Jesus, save us! Immaculate Heart of Mary, pray for us! Sacred Heart of Jesus, have mercy on us!


(1) "Dear Bishop!" by John M. Haffert - Memoirs of the author concerning The History of the Blue Army - AMI International Press, Washington, N.J. 07882, USA - Copyright 1982 - ISBN0-911988-42-4
(2) Sr. Lucia's Memoirs - On Direct (Portuguese and English)
(3)  What Happened to the Blue Army

Published on May  2007 - Celebrating Pentecost Sunday

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