Do you desire more graces in your life? Do you long for more peace in your home? Do you seek the mercy that only Jesus can give?
“The names of those who propagate this devotion shall be written in My Heart, from which they shall never be effaced.”
Yes, Jesus promised that all those who practice the devotion to his Sacred Heart would
receive every one of these graces.
Perhaps the most comprehensive Sacred Heart devotional to date, the Sacred Heart Book of Devotions is a timeless collection of essential resources that will enflame your love for Jesus!
- Read the heart-piecing First Friday meditations on the sentiments of the Sacred Heart of Jesus Christ by Fr. John Croiset S.J.
- Devote yourself to daily meditations on the Sacred Heart in the month of June
- Ignite your soul with the Feast Day mediation by Fr. John Croiset S.J.
- Recite the Litany of the Sacred Heart
Don’t Wait, Offer Your Heart Jesus!
- Dedicate yourself with a selection of acts of consecration to the Sacred Heart of Jesus
- Learn the Practice of the Devotion to the Sacred Heart of Jesus by Fr. John Croiset S.J.
- Perform Acts of Reparation and Love
- Pray the Sacred Heart prayers of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque and St. Gertrude the Great,
- Sing sacred traditional hymns to the Sacred Heart
The Sacred Heart of Jesus Book of Devotions also contains:
- Ancient prayers
- Powerful novenas
- Beautiful classic artwork
In addition, The Sacred Heart of Jesus Book of Devotions contains:
- The history of the devotion to the Sacred Heart
- “Annum Sacrum”, the Papal Encyclical of Pope Leo XIII on Consecration to the Sacred Heart
- The proper practice of novenas by St. Alphonses de Liguori
- Lined pages for writing your own prayers and journaling your own prayer intentions
- And more!
Why deny yourself the graces of the Sacred Heart any longer?
Begin your devotion today and change your life, your home, and the world!
Frequently Asked Questions
The devotion to the Sacred heart of Jesus can be traced back to the eleventh and twelfth centuries. It wasn’t until the private revelations of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque (1647-1690), however, that Christ chose to reveal the desires of his Heart and to confide the task of imparting new life to the devotion.
The Sacred Heart Book of Devotions has the complete history and description of the devotion.
During a private revelation of St. Margaret Mary Alacoque, she saw: “this divine Heart as on a throne of flames, more brilliant than the sun and transparent as crystal. It has its adorable wound and was encircled with a crown of thorns, which signified the pricks our sins caused him. It was surmounted by a cross.” She heard Christ say to her, “Behold the Heart that has so loved men… instead of gratitude I receive from the greater part (of mankind) only ingratitude…”
The Sacred Heart Book of Devotions contains a reproduction of St. Margaret Mary’s original drawing, as well as other historical pieces of artwork of the Sacred Heart.
The Sacred Heart is celebrated in various ways:
- By attending the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass on the first Friday of every month.
- By daily meditations and prayer during the month of June.
- By acts of consecration.
- By enthroning it in the home.
- By celebrating the feast day.
- By prayers and novenas.
All of these forms of celebration can be found in the Sacred Heart Book of Devotions.
The feast day for the Sacred Heart of Jesus is always nineteen days after Pentecost Sunday.
The Sacred Heart is known for granting graces—in the form of twelve promises—to all those who practice the devotion.
The twelve promises of the Sacred Heart can be found in the Sacred Heart Book of Devotions, as well as many ways to practice the devotion.
There are many prayers to the Sacred Heart of Jesus. There are also several forms of novenas, a chaplet, a litany, acts of consecration and reparation, and more that can all be found in the Sacred Heart Book of Devotions. One popular Sacred Heart prayer is this one:
O most holy Heart of Jesus, fountain of every blessing, I adore you, I love you and with a lively sorrow for my sins, I offer you this poor heart of mine. Make me humble, patient, pure and wholly obedient to your will. Grant, good Jesus, that I may live in you and for you. Protect me in the midst of danger; comfort me in my afflictions; give me health of body, assistance in my temporal needs, your blessing on all that I do, and the grace of a holy death. Amen.