If anyone is like a child, let him come to me’, says our Mother, to draw us to her feet.
Little children have
always their mother’s name
on their lips,
and, at the least appearance of danger,
in all their fears,
one hears them cry:
Ah! most gentle and loving Mother, Holy Virgin Mary,
this is what you would have us do also.
You wish that,
like little children,
we should implore your help in all our perils,
should have recourse to you unceasingly,
for you wish to succour
and save us,
as you have happily saved all your children,
who have had recourse to you.
(J S 1905)