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Author Archive: Lilla Marie Lottinger

Lilla Marie is a semi-cloistered missionary with Missionaries of Our Mother of the Eucharist, a small non-profit Corporation. She studied journalism at LSU, worked in print media and then worked in Hollywood amidst the movie industry for a short time before a reversion to the faith through our Heavenly Mother.
She entered the consecrated life in 1990. She founded MOME in 2004 in response to a burning in her heart to draw Catholics to an awareness of the "Goldmine" of graces available to us. Her special emphasis is fostering a deep union of life with our Divine Eucharistic Bridegroom and our Immaculate Mother; thus aiding in living ever-more wholeheartedly our Baptismal Vows of intimacy of life with our Triune God.
Lilla Marie has been formed in Pope St. John Paul II's Theology of the Body and Inner-Healing prayer ministry.

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Are We in the Womb of Mary, or the Womb of Deception?

July 3, AD2016 3 Comments
Are We in the Womb of Mary, or the Womb of Deception?

What does it mean to live in the womb of Mary’s Immaculate Heart? I know when I’m not there, I’m not at peace, secure, or content. To live in the womb of Mary’s Heart is to live in the womb of God’s Love. It is to live in the Kingdom of God, to live in the […]

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Make a Heartfelt Connection to the Eucharist

May 29, AD2016 3 Comments
Make a Heartfelt Connection to the Eucharist

  How often do we hear of a spouse (usually the wife) struggling in their marriage because of a lack of deeper, heartfelt connection? And the communion experienced is primarily physical and shallow. Of course, in right order, marriage is meant to have an emotional and spiritual intimacy that then leads to a very meaningful physical […]

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Behold Your Mother: This Mother’s Day, This Month of May, and Beyond

May 8, AD2016 0 Comments
Behold Your Mother: This Mother’s Day, This Month of May, and Beyond

When speaking to groups of Catholics, or sharing one-on-one, I often ask, “Are you consecrated to Mary?” And the large majority of the time the response is “no” or “I don’t know” or “what is that?” I can’t blame them because that was my response as well some 30 years ago. In fact, I only […]

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In the Shelter of His Rays

April 10, AD2016 2 Comments
In the Shelter of His Rays

Entering Into the Resurrection – “The Shelter of His Rays” One of my favorite Rosary Mysteries is the Resurrection of Christ, though they all have their place for different times and seasons. And, so, during this Easter Season I would like to invite you into the graces, the “rays of mercy,” that I experience. First off, […]

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Are We, As Church, A Receptive Bride?

March 13, AD2016 4 Comments
Are We, As Church, A Receptive Bride?

“I have a desire for something more in my life” I often hear. It is an echo of the deepest ache within, that insatiable hunger for Love Divine. But few realize where the banquet table lies that will satisfy. Few realize our calling as the Church to be a bride, the “Bride of Christ.” Very few know […]

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Put Out Into the Deep of Your Heart This Lent

February 9, AD2016 7 Comments
Put Out Into the Deep of Your Heart This Lent

“Put Out into the Deep” In the missionary community of which I am a part, one of our charisms is receptivity. Why is that? At the beginning of this new millennium, Pope St. John Paul II told us, “a new stage of the Church’s journey begins, our hearts ring out with the words of Jesus… ‘put […]

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