Historical Highlights of 1st Fridays and the Sacred Heart• On December 27, 1673, the feast of St. John Jesus permitted St. Margaret Mary to rest her head upon his heart, and then disclosed to her the wonders of his love, telling her that he desired to make them known to all mankind and to diffuse the treasures of his goodness, and that he had chosen her for this work.• Around June or July, 1674, Jesus requested from her that he wished to be honored under the figure of his heart, also claiming that, when he appeared radiant with love, he asked for a devotion of expiatory love: with reception of Holy Communion, especially on the First Friday of the month, and the observance of the Holy Hour.• During the octave of Corpus Christi, 1675, St Margaret Mary received the vision known as the “great apparition” Jesus said, “Behold the Heart that has so loved men … instead of gratitude I receive from the greater part (of mankind) only ingratitude …”, He asked Margaret Mary for a reparation on the Friday after the octave of Corpus Christi, bidding her consult her confessor.
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