September 15 – Saint Mary, Our Lady of Akita, Japan: Patron Saint of Japan

Our Lady of Akita, Japan (Patron Saint of Japan) (Feast Date: September 15)

Extract from Our Lady of Akita: “If you love the Lord listen to what I have to say to you. It is very important that you will convey it to your superior. Many men in this world afflict the Lord. I desire souls to console Him, to soften the anger of the Heavenly Father. I wish, with my Son, for souls who will repair, by their suffering and their poverty, for the sinners and ingrates. In order that the world might know His anger, the Heavenly Father is preparing to inflict a great chastisement on all mankind. With my Son I have intervened so many times to appease the wrath of the Father. I have prevented the coming of calamities by offering Him the sufferings of the Son on the Cross, His Precious Blood, and beloved souls, who console Him forming a cohort of victim souls. Prayer, penance, and courageous sacrifices can soften the Father’s anger. I desire this also from your community… that it love poverty, that it sanctify itself and pray in reparation for the ingratitude and out rages of so many men. Recite the prayer of the Handmaids of the Eucharist with the awareness of its meaning; put it into practice, offer in reparation, whatever God may send for sins. Let each one endeavor, according to capacity and position, to offer herself entirely to the Lord. Even in a secular institute prayer is necessary. Already souls who wish to pray are on their way to being gathered together. ” See PICTURE of Our Lady  of Akita.

Our Lady of Akita, Japan (Patron Saint of Akita, Japan) (Feast Date: September 15)

(Extract from Messages from Our Lady of Akita, Japan)
“. . . you have obeyed me well in abandoning all to follow me. Is the infirmity of your ears painful? Your deafness will be healed, be sure. Be patient. It is the last trial. Does the wound of your hand cause you to suffer? Pray in reparation for the sins of men. Each person in this community is my irreplaceable daughter. Do you say well the prayer of the Servant of the Eucharist? Then, let us pray it together. “Jesus present in the Eucharist…” Our Blessed Lady interrupted, adding “Truly present”. And to impress this all the more… She said: “From now on you will add Truly.”


Catholic Tradition

Multilingual Articles

Wikipedia: Our Lady of Akita

English Articles

Marypages: Our Lady of Akita (Japan)

Medjugore USA: Our Lady of Akita

M + G + R Foundation: Messages from Our Lady of Akita, Japan)

Mary’s Page: Our Lady of Akita

Spanish Articles

Aparaciones de la Virgen Maria: Nuestra Señora de Akita

Italian Articles

Servi di Cristo Vivo Grupo di Pizzo: Nostra Signora di AKITA

French Articles

JesusMarie: Notre Dame d’Akita

Polish Articles

Marypages: Matka Boska z Akita ( Japonia)


Dr Mark Miravalle – MaryCast OLA #1: Our Lady of Akita

Virgin Mary Appears-In Akita,Japan

Catholic priest preaches about messages of Our Lady of Akita

“Our Lady of Akita” in the “21st International Block Rosary Convention 2008″_Dec 14,2008

Our Lady of Akita: A Terrible Warning


Eucharistic PRAYER of Our Lady of Akita.


We, at the CTF/SOS DRS have prayed for the intercession of St. Mary, Our Lady of Akita, Japan on behalf of those affected by the following catastrophes:

Japan: Earthquake, Tsunami and Fukushima Power Plant Explosion (March 11-14, 2011 (Ongoing) (Asia) see World Mission Roosary Intentions: March 28 – April 4, 2011)

Typhoon Melor in Japan (October, 2009) (Asia) See World Mission Rosary Intentions: December 21 – January 4, 2009.

That the Lord in His Divine Mercy – through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary – may build up His Kingdom,make these mysteries a reality in our lives, strengthen us in our common mission, and come to the aid of those for whom we pray.


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