The Autobiography of Sr. Mary of St. Peter (1816-1848) In Tours, France during the 1840's a young Carmelite nun received a series of revelations from Our Lord about a powerful devotion He wished to be established worldwide - the devotion to His Holy Face. The express purpose of this devotion was to make reparation for the blasphemies and outrages of Revolutionary men - through whom God is allowing the world to be chastised for its unbelief - as wells as for the blasphemies of atheists and freethinkers, plus, for blasphemy and the profanation of the Sabbath by Christians. Our Lord gave Sister Mary of St. Peter a short but powerful prayer called The Golden Arrow, by which a person can shoot directly into the Heart of God to heal the wounds inflicted on it by the malice of sinners . Anyone who is searching for spiritual method for fighting the enemies of God and His Church and/or who is searching for virtually infallible method of prayer will be delighted with The Golden Arrow.
Sister Mary of St. Peter was a nun and autobiographer of the nineteenth century. During her time spent in the religious life, she personally received a powerful devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus, as well as a unique prayer of reparation known as the Golden Arrow Prayer. Her autobiography and revelations, as edited by Dorothy Scallan, were published as The Golden Arrow in 1954 by The William Frederick Press, New York, with the Nihil Obstat and Imprimatur. Sister Mary's work has also been printed by TAN.