Hail Mary in different languages

"Take your rosary in your hands and contemplate with Me the needs of the world. Take your heart to traverse this planet from north to south and east to west, so that you may feel in your little soul how the angels and the blessed ones from the Kingdom of the Heavens work." Virgin Mary

The act of praying the Hail Mary in the languages that represent each nation allows us to deepen our prayer and makes it possible for the Divine Mother to rescue souls all over the planet, carrying Her Redemption to each part of this world. It symbolizes the union between the peoples, as well as humanity, with God, as Our Lady announces through Her teachings.


Below is a list of Ave Maria available in several languages. By clicking on one of the flags, you have access to the individual page of that language, where, in addition to the text, you can also find the audios in three different speeds to facilitate the learning and assimilation of the new language.

Good studies!

Prayer for Peace in the Nations

Upcoming prayers

Praying for Peace in Venezuela and Syria
Confirmed
Friday 25
| 06:00
Caracas | Venezuela
Spanish and Arabic
Brasília Time: 
Friday 25 | 7:00
Praying for Peace in Germany, Austria and Switzerland
Confirmed
Friday 25
| 19:00
Vienna | Austria
German
Brasília Time: 
Friday 25 | 14:00
Praying for Peace in Argentina, Paraguay and Uruguay
Suspended
Friday 25
| 20:00
Buenos Aires | Argentina
Spanish
Brasília Time: 
Friday 25 | 20:00
Prayer for The Unborn
Suspended
Friday 25
| 21:30
Buenos Aires | Argentina
Portuguese, Spanish and English
Brasília Time: 
Friday 25 | 21:30

Who are we?

Association Mary
Founded in December of 2012, at the request of the Virgin Mary, Association Mary, Mother of the Divine Conception, is a religious association without ties to any institutionalized religion. It has a philosophical-spiritual, ecumenical, humanitarian, charitable, cultural character, and it supports all activities that are indicated through the instructions transmitted by Christ Jesus, the Virgin Mary, and Saint Joseph. Read more

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