On Thursday January 24th at the Multipurpose Center (CUM), took place the consecration of the Archdiocese of Hermosillo and the State of Sonora to the Sacred Heart of Jesus and to the Immaculate Heart of Mary.The event began at 4:30 pm with former actor Manuel Capetillo who invited the attendees to keep from criticizing the Church with the understanding that we all make mistakes and that what is needed in these times is personal change. He referred to the act of consecration as that personal decision we make to turn our heart to God in all things, which must be fed each day to remain firm in our surrender to God.The Eucharistic celebration followed presided by the Archbishop Jose Ulises Macias and concelebrated by the Archbishop Emeritus and approximately 50 priests. During his homily, Msgr. Macias stated that the intention of such celebration was to “surrender our lives with faith, especially in this jubilee year and help with prayer, in order to achieve the transformation of humanity, history and our world and its structures with the Salvific Plan God proposes for us”. And he concluded affirming that it is urgent we recognize we are all children of God and that we cannot “continue seeing Him as someone distant and estranged to us…God is life and our life participates in that Life. We must live as He lives. God is awakening in us and in our consciences the commitment to return and find Love again. Let us listen to the Lord and consecrate ourselves to His Heart and to the Heart of His Mother!”At the end, the Msgr. Macias consecrated the Archdiocese of Hermosillo to the Hearts of Jesus and Mary followed by the governor’s wife, Iveth Dagnino who in his name consecrated the State of Sonora. Then the 11,300 attendees made their initial consecration to the Two Hearts lead by the Archbishop.On January 27th, during all the Sunday Masses in the different parishes of the Archdiocese, parishioners were invited to make their personal consecration to the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.
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