Our Lady of EphesusOur Lady of EphesusEach DHM’s spirituality is characterized by a deep abiding love for the Blessed Mother, the amazing woman who birthed and raised Jesus our Savior. We strive to follow her example of selflessly saying “Yes” to God, and opening our hearts to all of humanity as she did. As we pray in the Memorare, "we never hesitate to ask our Holy Mother for her assistance in prayer. Jesus, a good son, heeds his mother’s requests, as seen at the Wedding Feast at Cana. In turn, we DHM have taken as one of our mottos the words she spoke back then, “Do whatever my Son tells you.”


We hope that you will come back to visit our website often - to take some time to meditate and pray with us. 


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 Marian Celebrations and Feast Days

Solemnity of Mary, the Holy Mother of God (January 1)

Our Lady of Lourdes (February 11)

Arts & Faith: The Annunciation (March 25; Fourth Week of Advent in Cycle B)

May Crowning: A Reflection on a Marian Celebration

The Blessed Virgin Mary, Mother of the Church (Day after Pentecost)

Our Lady of Mount Carmel (July 16)

The Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary (August 15)

The Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (September 8)

Our Lady of the Rosary (October 7)

The Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary (November 21)

The Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary (December 8)

Our Lady of Guadalupe (December 12)

Other Marian Prayers

3-Minute Retreat: God Is Enough

3-Minute Retreat: Nothing Is Impossible for God

3-Minute Retreat: Mary’s Yes

3-Minute Retreat: The First Follower

3-Minute Retreat: Blessed Are You

Hail Mary


Hail, Holy Queen


Act of Consecration to Mary

The Angelus

For My Mother: A Child’s Prayer

A Journey with Mary and Joseph: A Child’s Prayer

Regina Caeli



Our Mission

The Society accommodates the continuation of religious life under all circumstances and in each milieu where a Daughter of the Heart of Mary is sent on mission. Wherever we may be, and in all circumstances, we are called to witness to the Risen Christ and to the liberating power of his Gospel.

Our Vision

The Daughters of the Heart of Mary are twenty-first century ecclesial women of many nations and cultures alive with the gifts of the Spirit. Following the example of the original Christian communities, our spirituality is rooted in Sacred Scripture and is exemplified in lives and ministries strengthened by communal prayer and spiritual sharing...READ MORE

Our Logo

DHM Logo in English no background

A stylised cross, two hearts, a flame and, above the crossbar, our name.

Simple, yet.... let's try to read it from the heart, as if we were reading poetry, because art is always poetry...READ MORE

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