Sister†Hood Mary Queen of All Hearts Confraternity

An Invitation to a Sister†Hood Tuus Totus Mission & Confraternity with Father Dan Dubroy

In 1899, in the Diocese of Ottawa, Canada, the Archbishop created a Confraternity, naming it Mary, Queen of All Hearts, and having as its purpose the desire to draw souls, for protection and formation, under the heavenly mantle of our Blessed Mother, all leading to Jesus.

In this spirit, the great Marian priest, St. Louis de Montfort, offers this invitation of union with Jesus through Mary:

I do not think anyone can acquire an intimate union with Our Lord and a perfect fidelity to the Holy Ghost without a very great union with the most holy Virgin, and a great dependence on her assistance.”

St. Louis de Monfort

And what shall come…

When Mary has struck her roots in a soul, she produces there marvels of grace…[and] when the Holy Ghost has found Mary in a soul, He flies there. He enters there in His fullness; He communicates Himself to that soul abundantly… nay, one of the greatest reasons why the Holy Ghost does not now do startling wonders in our souls is because He does not find there a sufficiently great union with His faithful and inseparable spouse.

St. Louis de Montfort

Interviews conducted with Sr. Lucia of Fatima fame, in 1992-93, offer startling revelations that the triumph of Mary’s Immaculate Heart has already begun! When? May 13, 1981, in St. Peter’s Square, with the saving of Pope St. John Paul’s life and his subsequent consecration of Russia and the whole world to the Immaculate Heart of Mary in 1984.

Dear Sisters, we have, at this crucial moment in time, and in the Church, an opportunity to share in, assist with, and draw many souls under the safe mantle of our Blessed Mother, and to rejoice in the triumph of her Immaculate Heart! This Confraternity offers a safe harbour, sharing in the joys of Mary’s triumph, bringing to all an ever greater holiness of life and graces of conversion for our loved ones!

It is true that Mary is Mother and she is also Sister and desires to be one in this Sister†Hood. We invite you to a life-enhancing experience in the Sister†Hood Confraternity of Mary, Queen of All Hearts!

Tuus Totus Mary!!—-

Father Dan Dubroy

Register for our Confraternity Information Session

Register below for the Introductory Session with Father Dan Dubroy and Karen Bourgon, Tuesday, June 15, 2021 – 7:00 p.m. via Zoom. Registration is open to all members of Sister†Hood (Membership is free, flexible & easy to join – see here) and registrants will be sent a Zoom link for the meeting. Monthly meetings with Father Dan Dubroy & Karen Bourgon will begin in September one Tuesday evening per month. Meetings will consist of video presentation, prayer and discussion. The members of the Association of Mary, Queen of All hearts, have the opportunity to gain the grant of a plenary indulgence on numerous occasions each year. Click here for more information regarding the plenary indulgence.

Information on the requirements for the Confraternity will be provided in a presentation by Father Dan followed by a Q&A format during this information session. There is no cost to join.


Members of the Queen of All Hearts desire to faithfully live their Consecration to Mary. The anchor of this faithful living of one’s Consecration is its daily renewal. The renewal produces within us the attentiveness and resolve required to learn how to do all things Through Mary, With Mary, In Mary and For Mary, as Fr. de Montfort instructs. We do this so that we do all things Through Jesus, With Jesus, In Jesus, and For Jesus.

Father Dan Dubroy

Fr. Dan, a priest of the Ottawa Diocese for more than 30 years, involved in parish and hospital ministry. In 2006, he established a Divine Mercy movement, the John Paul II Centre for Divine Mercy, and since 2014, with the blessing of the Archbishop, has focused on a life of greater silence, solitude, prayer, fasting and sacrifice, for the salvation of souls and the work of the New Evangelization. He believes that Mary, the new Eve and ‘Ark of the Covenant,’ is the place of refuge in such perilous times.