Short video “Mary is the Bridge” celebrating the 190th Anniversary of the Miraculous Medal (1830-2020).
Articles in Association of the Miraculous Medal
A reflection on how Mary motivates us to encounter her Son in the Eucharist and then, filled with God’s grace, to go out and act concretely.
The front of the medal already proclaims the omnipotent power of Mary…BUT TURN THE MEDAL OVER, and the power of all of Salvation is made present.
This year, Our Lady visited everyone virtually, using different social media and networks.
The Miraculous Medal Shrine in Philadelphia is proud to announce its Saint ALIVE program, in which St. Catherine Labouré comes to life, sharing the story of Mary and the Miraculous Medal.
It is “not that Catherine Labouré was holy because she saw the Blessed Virgin; she was holy because she was faithful to the mission given her to do.”
The mission that the Blessed Mother gave St. Catherine Labouré had her leave the solitude that fostered her asceticism, at certain critical moments in her life, in order to bring Marian devotion to the Church.
The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal Marks the 170th Anniversary of the Congregation of the Mission in Philadelphia
The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal (CAMM) hosted more than 350 guests at the “Hearts on Fire” 170th Anniversary Gala.
Planning and formation, continuing the Apostolate of spreading the devotion of the Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal to different families.
In this video, Fr. Frank Sacks, CM, reflects on the Assumption of Mary body and soul into heaven.
Beginning in this week of July in 1830, St. Catherine Labouré, then a young Seminary Sister (novice) of the Daughters of Charity, received the extraordinary favor of three apparitions with the Virgin Mary.
SlideShare presentation that shows the connection between St. Catherine and St. Vincent, through dreams and visions whose meaning she did not understand at first.