Hail Mary of Gold

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Hail Mary of Gold is a Roman Catholic Marian prayer attributed to Saint Gertrude the Great.

According to Saint Gertrude, the Virgin Mary stated that: "At the hour when the soul which has thus greeted me quits the body I'll appear to them in such splendid beauty that they'll taste, to their great consolation, something of the joys of Paradise".

Words of the prayer[edit]

Hail, Mary, White Lily of the Glorious and always-serene Trinity.
Hail brilliant Rose of the Garden of heavenly delights;
O you, by whom God wanted to be born and by whose milk the King of Heaven wanted to be nourished!
Nourish our souls with effusions of divine grace.
Amen!

References[edit]

  • Queen of Heaven [1]
  • Catholic Devotions [2]

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