LITANY of THE PASSION - Litany of Love



A Prayer of Reparation to the Blessed Sacrament taught by Our Lord to Marie-Julie.

Our Lord requested that the following prayer be said on Thursday mornings at 9AM in front of the Blessed Sacrament and Fridays in the afternoon.

He promised to all who would say this prayer, including children who would grant him this great mark of their love, He would give them a solemn happiness.


Our Lord: “I have come to bring you a way of making recompense to Me, a very easy way, reveal these words to My good friends. They will say passing over in their hearts all that I have done (for them) for love.  As a reward, at their death, I will immediately attract them in the eternal sojourn.” (That is, the soul will be immediately attracted to Him and draw upon them the necessary graces for salvation at that critical moment.)

Our Lord also promised: “I will bless those who say this prayer at least once a day, I will give them a solemn benediction.”

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The Litany:


Oh my very dear Jesus, what brought You to willingly suffer for us a mortal Agony in the Garden of Olives: It is Love.

Oh my Adorable Jesus, what brought you to willingly separate Yourself from your Apostles during this Agony: It is Love.

Oh my Jesus, what brought to willingly leave the executioners and the Jews torture and bind You: It is Love.

Oh my Jesus, what brought You to willingly appear before the tribunal of Pilate: It is Love.

Oh my Jesus, what brought You to willingly descend into the obscure prison of Herod: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly allow the executioners scourge You without a complaint from You: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly separate Yourself from Your Holy Mother in order to suffer insults: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly to cast a glance at St. Peter when leaving the Praetorium: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly fall before Your enemies under the weight: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to Willingly die for us on a cross: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly give Yourself to our souls in the Most Holy Sacrament: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly reside for us in all the Shrines and Tabernacles in the world: It is Love.

Oh Holy Victim, what brought You to willingly tell us ‘Dear children, do not fear, come close, I sleep, but My Heart watches’: It is Love.

Adorable Sacred Victim, what brought You to willingly let us approach Your Holy Tabernacles, to Possess You and dissolve into its delights: It is Love. It is Love.

Oh Most Holy Victim: what brought You to willingly love us with a Love so ardent and full of goodness: It is Love. It is Love. Amen.

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Marie-Julie asked: “Lord, will You be willing to remain with us until the end of time?”

He answered: "It is Love”.