[quote="michaelnrdx, post:6, topic:248698"]
About consecrations in general, can you do more than one, like to St. Michael as well as Mary? From what I understand, you choose a patron saint when you do the consecration. I found a lot of other consecrations on this website.
It seems like there are two versions of the St. Michael consecration, from the links lizanne posted here. They do seem a little different.
This version contains...
"St. Michael, I consecrate to thee my soul and body. I choose thee as my patron and protector and entrust the salvation of my soul to thy care. Be the guardian of my obligation as a child of God and of the Catholic Church as again I renounce Satan, his works and pomps."
while this other version contains...
"Remember that, if from this day onward, I am under thy patronage, thou must assist me during all my life and procure for me the pardon of my many sins, and the grace to love God, my dear Savior Jesus, and my Sweet Mother Mary with all my heart."
Seems like in the first version, you are declaring St. Michael as your patron saint, while in the second version, it's more of a passive suggestion. In the first version "as I again renounce Satan" seems to suggest a renewal of baptismal vows, so I wonder if it's meant for someone who is baptized.
There are actually more than two if you keep looking. As for consecrating yourself to more than one patron, I am unsure but would assume not. It is perfectly acceptable to show veneration to more than one saint, but my understanding is that you choose only one patron. I could easily be wrong on that however.