During the 2017 centenary of the Marian apparitions at Fatima, the international Marian Movement, Vox Populi Mariae Mediatrici, is initiating a 2017 worldwide petition drive for the “Fifth Marian Dogma”: the solemn definition of Mary as Spiritual Mother of humanity by our beloved Holy Father, Pope Francis.

Since the beginning of the Church movement for the papal definition of Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood by Cardinal Mercier in 1915, millions of petitions have been sent to the Vatican in support of this dogmatic crown for the Mother of Jesus, who was personally given to us by Jesus to be our Spiritual Mother (Jn. 19:26).

Now, during this monumental year of Marian grace, we ask all the faithful and people of good will to send a brief personal letter to Pope Francis in humble request of his prayerful consideration to define Mary as the “Spiritual Mother of humanity” under its three essential aspects as Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate. Petitioning the Holy Father is in no way a form of disrespect or pressure for the Vicar of Christ, but rather a canonically approved precedent in the process of Marian dogmas. Both Blessed Pope Pius IX and Pope Pius XII publicly thanked the faithful for their petitioning which led to the respective Marian dogmas of the Immaculate Conception in 1854 and the Assumption of Mary in 1950.

Millions of Christian faithful have already sent petitions to Pope St. John Paul II and Pope Benedict XVI for the dogma of Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood.  Now it is time for Pope Francis to hear from you.

In this time of serious global upheaval, during which a great spiritual war is presently being waged between the forces of good and evil, the solemn proclamation by Pope Francis that the Immaculate Virgin Mary is truly our Spiritual Mother, the Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate would release historic graces for the Church and for the world.

Please write a brief letter to Pope Francis now, at the beginning of this great 2017 Fatima centenary!

If you have already written to a previous Holy Father, write now to this Holy Father. If you have already written to Pope Francis, please write to him again during this Fatima anniversary.

Please write a brief personal note to Pope Francis and mail it (3 postage stamps from the U.S.) to:

His Holiness, Pope Francis

Vatican City State

00120

Here is St. Teresa of Calcutta’s inspired petition for the Fifth Marian Dogma:

 

 

Please follow the example of St. Teresa of Calcutta and petition the

Holy Father for the Fifth Marian Dogma during this grace-filled

centenary of Fatima, and thus do your part to bring peace to the

world through the Triumph of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

 

For more information, visit www.Fifthmariandogma.com