Mystery of Grace (MP3)
This product contains the complete conference, all 99 tracks of the ten CD set, on one MP3 disc. The titles of the ten talks are:
 Mary Brings us the Life of Christ
 In Principio Erat Verbum … Et Verbum Caro Factum Est
 The Mystery of Grace: The Mystical Body of Christ
 The Life of Grace and the Mysteries of the Life of Christ
 And I Live Now, Not I, But Christ Liveth In Me
 The Life of Grace, Holiness, and the Sacred Liturgy
 The Holy Ghost Reproduces the Life of Christ in Souls
 The Life of Christ and the Holy Eucharist
 Abandonment to Divine Providence
 Total Consecration to Jesus through Mary
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The Mystery of Grace: Mary Brings us the Life of Christ
Summary of the Conference: Jesus Christ is the origin, center, and end of the Catholic religion. God has created us in order for us to choose freely to know Him, love Him, and serve Him. The Mystery of God's grace is that He Himself accomplishes this for us in Christ Jesus Our Lord. Thus, it is our Christian vocation to live the life of Christ; not only to know and love Christ, but to live His very life.
In the Mystery of God's grace, it is the Holy Ghost and the Blessed Virgin Mary who form Christ in souls. The Blessed Virgin Mary brings us the life of Christ. She is also the perfect Christian, because she lived the life of Christ to perfection, full of grace.
The Catholic Church is the one, true Church, outside of which there is no salvation. She is the only one who has the mission of forming the life of Christ in her members. She does this primarily through her divine Liturgy: the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass and the Sacraments.
God is always at work in His Church to form Christ in souls. Four very important ways which He gives us are: devotion to the Holy Ghost, devotion to the Holy Eucharist, conformity of man's will with God's Will, and St. Louis de Montfort's method of perfect consecration to Jesus through Mary.