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Suggested Devotional Practices

  1. Frequent and even daily attendance at Mass by at least one member of the family, and Communion of Reparation.
  2. Observance of the First Friday of each month. (Holy Mass, Communion of Reparation, renewal of act of consecration before enthroned image).
  3. Daily family Rosary before the enthroned image of the Sacred Heart, with renewal of the act of consecration. (short form).
  4. Celebration of the Feast of the Sacred Heart by the entire family; attendance at Mass, Communion for the extension of the Reign of the Sacred Heart through the Enthronement; family gathering and celebration at home, with renewal of Enthronement; special party for the children.
  5. Observe the month of June, the month of the Sacred Heart; keep flowers before the “throne.” Mass and communion as often as possible.
  6. Night adoration in the home. Any hour between 9:00 and 6:00, by any one or all the members of the family at least once a month.
  7. Celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Heart of Mary on the 22nd of August. Mass, Communion, and consecration of the family to the Immaculate Heart.
  8. Doing the following four things in a spirit of reparation for sins committed against the Immaculate Heart of Mary: Make the Five First Saturdays in reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary with (1) Confession of reparation within eight days of the First Saturday (2) Holy Mass and Communion of reparation; (3) Five decades of the Rosary; (4) Fifteen minutes meditation on the fifteen mysteries of the Rosary.
  9. Practice devotion to the Holy Ghost. Recite the chaplet of the Holy Ghost.
  10. Visit, often, Jesus in the Most Holy Sacrament of the Altar. Use the booklet, Visits to the Blessed Sacrament, by St. Alphonsus to assist you in making these visits more fervently and profitably for your soul and heart.