75th Anniversary of Maximilian – Baptism
Baptism is the first and ultimate Consecration. It is, “To God” and done “By God” and we give our Fiat.
All other Consecrations flow from our Baptismal Consecration and return to it, especially our Consecration to the Immaculata.
In order to understand and live one’s Consecration to the Immaculata, one must first live and understand one’s Baptismal Consecration.
They are inseparable as are the Holy Spirit and the Immaculata.
In order to deepen one’s Consecration to the Immaculata, one should renew one’s Baptismal Promises often.
There is no easier way to renew one’s Baptismal Promises than through the Rosary.
The Baptismal Promises consist of the rejection of Satan followed by the Profession of Faith.
Therefore all one has to do to renew one’s Baptismal Promises through the Rosary is to first say ” I reject Satan and all his works and all his empty promises” and then proceed to the Profession of Faith, the Apostles Creed.
Through the Rosary, therefore one can renew one’s Baptismal Promises and one’s Consecration to the Immaculata at the same time.