June is the Month of the Sacred Heart of Jesus


Nineteenth Century Traditional Catholic Iconography of the Sacred Heart

Nineteenth Century Traditional Catholic Iconography of the Sacred Heart


June is the month dedicated to the Most Sacred Heart of Jesus.

The Heart from which our faith was born, as He Incarnated into the manger in Bethlehem.

The Heart, which suffered all throughout His earthly life, as He was misunderstood, even despised and hated.

The Heart, which bore our pain and suffering.

The Heart, which felt so deeply for us, He wept tears of Blood as He prayed in the Garden of Olives.



The Heart, which felt profound sadness, when abandoned by His Apostles.

The Heart, which loved us so much, He sacrificed everything for our Redemption.

The Heart, Who stretched out His arms and was nailed to the Cross.




The Heart, which hanging there, suffered the pain of the world.

The Heart, which, in torment, forgave each and every one of us.

The Heart, which exposed on the Cross, poured forth the sweetest love into the world.

The Heart, which expired upon that same Cross, for our Salvation.

The Heart, which was pierced by a lance.

The Heart, out of which Blood and Water flowed.

The Heart, from which Holy Church was born.

The Heart, which descended into hell.

The Heart, which rose again on the third day.



The Heart, which ascended Glorious, into Heaven.

The Heart, which is seated at the right hand of the Father.

The Heart, which reigns on High.

The Heart, which offers Itself day after day, as Victim on the altar.




The Heart, Who comes to us in the Holy Eucharist.

The Heart, Who gives Himself, Body, Blood Soul and Divinity, as this most nourishing of food.

The Heart, Who resides day and night in our tabernacles.

The Heart, Who NEVER ceases to love us.


Old French Holy Card: Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust in Thee

Old French Holy Card: Sacred Heart of Jesus, I trust in Thee


The Heart, Who weeps because we fail to recognise Him.

The Heart, Who suffers as we ignore His True Presence.

The Heart, Who gave Himself entirely for us.

The Heart, of Whose fullness we have all received.




O Sacred Heart of Jesus, helpest Thee, that we may remember how much Thou hast given and still givest us. Helpest Thee that we be forever grateful to Thee.

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, helpest Thee, that we may practice deep reverence for Thee, always. And helpest thee that we come to receive Thee in Holy Communion as oft as we are able – just as Thou desirest.

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, helpest Thee those, who have strayed from Thee, come back to the treasures of Thy Most Sacred Heart.

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, helpest Thee that we may love Thee more and more.

O Sacred Heart of Jesus, Have mercy on us.

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