Mary Undoer of Knots
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Feeling Anxious? Mary Can Solve Your Problems
This powerful Marian devotion has been introduced into our hurting world just when we need it the most.
It is all about entrusting Mary with the “knots” in our lives: the problems, conflicts, and pain that we endure within our souls, in our relationships, or in our daily trials which are difficult to bear and feel insurmountable.
Instead of struggling alone, Mary wants us to hand these knots over to her so that she can begin to untangle them. There is no knot she can’t unravel.
You Are Not Alone!
It is in times like these that Our Lady wants you to hand over the “knots” of your life so that she can untangle them with her own capable hands.
Unemployment, anxiety, spiritual hunger…there’s no knot she can’t unravel.
Over 400 years ago, Mary’s intercession healed a troubled marriage, and inspired the devotion to Mary Undoer of Knots. Since then, millions of Catholics have offered her their problems, suffering, and hardships…and she has untangled them.
She’ll do it for you, too!
Discover the power of this devotion and Our Lady’s God-given ability to smooth out the knots in your life. You can do it right from home through our acclaimed, life-changing series.
Give Your Fears Over to Mary
This beautiful three-week series tells the true story of Mary, Undoer of Knots. It shows you how to surrender your problems to the Blessed Mother and how to make this devotion an effective reality in your daily life.
With Mary Undoer of Knots you will get:
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Times are tough, but there is no knot that Mary can’t undo…even this one.
Father David Miller
Fr. David Miller is a priest for the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina. One of twelve children, he began discerning his vocation to the priesthood during his middle school years. Fr. Miller has a strong devotion to the Blessed Mother and, from 2000-2003, was a member of the Congregation of Marian Fathers of the Immaculate Conception of the Most Blessed Virgin Mary (the Marians of the Immaculate Conception) before entering seminary in his native Diocese of Charlotte in 2006. He was ordained to the priesthood in 2010, and currently serves as pastor of St. Dorothy Catholic Church in Lincolnton, North Carolina.
Whitney Hetzel and her husband, James, have been married for thirty-three years. They have nine children ranging in age from twelve to thirty-two. Whitney, who has been homeschooling for twenty-seven years, is an exercise enthusiast who enjoys blogging about health and fitness over at 9 Kid Fitness. But her real passion is discussing faith, family, and the challenges of putting one foot in front of the other on a daily basis, all of which she writes about at Catholic Company Magazine and the Good Catholic blog. Whitney has a B.A. in English and Journalism from Indiana University and an M.A. in Counseling Psychology from Saint Louis University.
Gretchen Filz, O.P.
Gretchen Filz, O.P., is a Catholic content writer with an M.A. in Christian Apologetics. As a result of her studies in theology and philosophy at an Evangelical seminary, she discovered the truth of Catholicism and entered into full communion with the Catholic Church in 2011. A passionate convert and Lay Dominican, Gretchen lives out her vocation through prayer, study, teaching, writing, and engaging in a variety of apostolates. Her articles have provided catechesis and inspiration for Catholics around the world. She currently works in the Diocese of Charlotte, North Carolina.
just finished the first day’s reading and video.There have been times in my life where I found myself in a place or situation for a reason. This is one of them. I have a sense of peace.
Just finished day one. It was much more intense than I anticipated but it was awesome. Loved it!
This spiritual learning series is quite powerful. Doing the novena alone without this background is very different. I feel the movement of the Holy Spirit here and am so thankful for this. The connection to our Pope and the problems of our world combine here to see the efficacy of this devotion…So full of inspiration and amazing facts. I have prayed this novena many times but never knew all of this history.
I just finished Day 5 of Mary Undoer of Knots. It is interesting that when I began this journey, I was not sure what my knots were. I could not name them. I just knew that I wanted to be closer to Mary and her Son. But on Day 5 I was able to name some of them. I think this novena is helping me to figure some things out. Praise the Lord!
I am being changed by this series. The rosary has always been difficult for me. I now see the many blessings in it. It flows from our Blessed Mother
I am truly loving this “Mary Undoer of Knots Devotion” (THANK YOU!) ????I find myself writing down copious notes and quotes each day.
As a quite new convert, I made it my New Year’s Resolution to learn more about Mary and to learn true devotion to her as our Blessed Mother. A few days later I received the offer of this series. It has been such a blessing to me…
Thoroughly enjoying/learning Mary Undoer of Knots series. Comes at a good time in my life, like an angel.
a lot to learn and everything very deep. Enjoying every word
I have really enjoyed this series and gotten a lot out of it.
This has been a very powerful series filled with a lot of traditional Catholic teaching. I love learning more about Mary and I believe She helped untie a few knots for me already. ThanksGood Catholic for offering this series.
I have been doing the same Mary untie the knots. I am really enjoyed it