The Ten Virtues of Mary Series (Giveaway)

Wow, you all. Just wow. I have been absolutely blown away by the beauty that has been this series. When I approached the writers about this topic, I knew they would produce wonderful, well-thought out, and well-written content. What surprised me, however, was just how much these women’s reflections on the ten principal virtues of the Mother of God would strike me to the core.

And it appears that many of you have had similar experiences.

Through the grace of God, many of you have been using this series as a part of your Bible studies and women’s groups, and we think that’s pretty incredible.

To thank you for following along in the series and for striving to imitate Mary in her simple yet profound virtues this Advent, we have a sweet Marian-themed giveaway to offer you 🙂


What You’ll Get

I won’t lie: I’m a tad lot jealous of the winner of this giveaway because said lucky duck will be getting all of these goodies in the mail! Merry Christmas, indeed. Here’s the lineup …

Package from Keogler Studios


Keogler Studios is a family owned company that hand-makes beautiful rosaries and rosary bracelets, creates lovely religious prints, and offers other devotional materials like car magnets and Catholic music. I have the privilege of knowing many of the Keoglers, and they are as good as it gets. Their company has a special heart for mothers who have lost their babies in the womb and seeks to serve them in a unique way. Plus, they make really gorgeous rosaries that are unique and high in quality. In this package, you’ll get a rosary, rosary bracelet, car magnets, stickers, and prints. It’s dynamite.

Perfume from Scents of the Saints


Want to smell like Mary? Of course you do. Joelle had the greatest idea and formulated a perfume inspired by Our Lady. This perfume is so yummy, feminine, and floral. You can read about the ingredients and their significance here. This perfume is so well-crafted and thought out. You can literally smell like Heaven 😉

Miraculous Medal Ring from Sweet and Simple Jewelry


Isn’t this vintage miraculous medal ring gorgeous? I love that it’s really fashionable and at the same time reminds us of our greater mission. It is adjustable in the back as well, so don’t sweat the size! Kelly has an array of similarly-styled jewelry in her Etsy shop and they’re all winners. I especially love the silver miraculous medal necklace.

Necklace from Call Her Happy


Y’all know Jenna, right? Her Etsy shop is so creative and her products are beautiful. I own a couple of her necklaces and love them! The quality is outstanding and I have no idea how she comes up with the designs because they are that good. This auspice Maria necklace will be around one of your necks soon!

Plus …

As an added ‘thank you’, I’m throwing in a really lovely Christmas ornament and Marian consecration booklet from Fr. Michael Gaitley.

So that’s it! Get yo’ ‘copter on below – and good luck! We’ll intercede to Mary that YOU win 😉

IMPORTANT: Rafflecopter switched up the entry options on Facebook. For this giveaway, PLEASE ‘LIKE’ THE INDICATED PAGES ON FACEBOOK FOR A VALID ENTRY. Our vendors and writers worked hard to bring us this awesome series and giveaway, so we want to make sure they get some love in return 🙂 Thanks so much for being amazing!

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  1. This was such a great series. Thank you for putting it all together. Lots of blessings this Christmas.

  2. I’ll be honest – I’ve been working on patience and humility a lot lately. This series was excellent – thank you for doing it! I made my consecration 7 years ago (according to St. Maximilian’s formula, through Militia Immaculata, but his is based on de Montfort) and just renewed it on the Immaculate Conception. Such a blessing!

  3. This Advent, I have been working on fostering humility in my day to day life. What a beautiful example we have in our Blessed Mother. A humble child who said yes to God and brought Christ into this world for our salvation…Overwhelmingly beautiful! Thank you for this marvelous series, Olivia, and Merry Christmas!

  4. This has been a beautiful series – thank you Olivia for facilitating it and getting all these lovely ladies to offer their hearts. I have been trying to focus on ardent charity and constant mental prayer this Advent. Hard, but thankful for our Blessed Mother’s intercession as I aim high. =)

  5. Olivia, just so you know, Facebook changed its rules and no longer allows likes as an entry method. It’s against the user agreements and any Facebook page that is caught requiring likes can be deleted. Raffle copter changed to reflect that.

  6. Working so hard on Constant Mental Prayer!

  7. This advent, I’ve been working working working on having lively faith (and patience and humility, too, but mostly faith).

  8. Such a beautiful series and giveaway. Would love to study this together with the moms group I’m in!

  9. I feel like the past year has been me working on constant mental prayer! I’m such a slow learner 🙂

  10. Thanks Olivia! This was wonderful!

  11. Not gonna lie, I’ve got a loooong way to go on all of these virtues, but I feel like God is still calling me to constant mental prayer, patience, and lots and lots of humility. Really I need to be working on the whole list, but those 3 are probably the ones the Holy Spirit is nudging me about the most.

    Thank you for a great series and giveaway! 🙂

  12. Just added a new baby to the family! Learning lots of patience!

  13. I’ve been working on constant mental prayer this advent, and especially working on thankfulness in my daily prayers. So much to be thankful for!

  14. This was such a beautiful series, Olivia. So much grace and goodness to be able to put this all together. Thank you! And, gee whiz! I’d say, all of them, but I’m not that keen in the development of virtue. Heroic Patience, Divine Purity, and Blind Obedience have been in the forefront these days. Thank you for this amazing giveaway too!

  15. I am just coming to really love Mary, and these posts helped me.

  16. Great series! I’ve been working on wisdom & mortification – but honestly, they all hit home!

  17. I’ve been trying to remember especially to emulate Her angelic sweetness. Not something I’m particularly good at when dealing with my (often naughty) 4 year old, but I’m trying. The whole series was really inspirational for me.

  18. I am working on patience. Lord help me!

  19. This series was such a BLESSING! Thank you Olivia!

  20. Thank you so much Olivia for organizing all this and for getting such lovely ladies to write for this series. I’ve been excited to read and learn about each virtue, since admittedly, I’d never heard of the Ten Virtues of Mary before! This has been such a blessing to me. Through this series, I began to understand how to go about working on some virtues that I felt too intimidated to tackle before. So thank you once again!

  21. Oops! I forgot to add that I’ve been working mostly on the virtues of heroic patience, profound humility, and universal mortification.

  22. I have been working on blind obedience and heroic patience…I always want to try and follow God’s will for me and my family, but I struggle a lot with His timing. I pray our Blessed Mother gently guides me to with her perfect example.

  23. Patience!

  24. I’ve been working on humility…always working on humility.

  25. I have loved this series so much!! I’m working on acceptance of God’s will!

  26. Patience is something I have to work on every single day. My children give me lots of practice 🙂

  27. Constant mental prayer. Every single virtue is something I need to work on, but something about that one has just stuck with me. I feel like I’m not doing very well with it yet, but I know I’ll get there.

    Thank you so much for this series Olivia (and all the wonderful writers)! It has really helped me quite a bit over the past couple of months. Love to you all! <3

  28. I’ve been working on Constant Mental Prayer. Trying to give God that time all throughout the day, every day.

    And, I accidentally clicked on the final “like on Pinterest” entry. I don’t have Pinterest, and I was trying to click on the Facebook one. I tried to undo that entry, but it wouldn’t let me. Sorry about that!!

  29. Thank you for putting together a wonderful and inspirational series. I looked forward to each new entry and am so grateful for all the writers who offered such insight to all of us. I am working on each virtue…slow process but now knowledge is power right and I will take it one day at a time! Thanks again!

  30. This is such an exciting giveaway that I waited all day until I could get to a real computer to enter. My phone was not cutting it.
    I’ve been mainly focused on how Mary “pondered” in her heart. I’ve been trying to be aware of God working in the day to day. I made my first ever Marian consecration this past year as well!

  31. Thank you so much for this series! I have been working on patience, and mental prayer!

  32. Obedience has definitely been what I’ve been focusing on this advent: obedience to God’s will is so hard. Especially the blind obedience!

  33. I’ve had constant mental prayer on my mind a lot during this advent season. Of course I have a long way to go, but I have learned a lot about prayer lately and I’m excited about growth in my prayer life especially during advent and as Christmas approaches!

  34. The virtue that’s been my focus for Advent has been constant mental prayer

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