I never thought I would experience an apparition!
Articles for St. Catherine Labouré
Nov. 28 is the feast day of St. Catherine Labouré. The following presentation describes the special connection between St. Catherine and St. Vincent de Paul.
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.
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.
The mission of the Children of Mary, and its successor the Vincentian Marian Youth Movement, was confided by God to St. Catherine Labouré, by way of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s apparitions. This week in 1847, Pontifical approval of the Children of Mary was obtained.
SlideShare presentation that shows the connection between St. Catherine and St. Vincent, through dreams and visions whose meaning she did not understand at first.
July 18 and July 19 are two dates to remember, in the history of the Vincentian Family.
The fact that Catherine Labouré kept her secret for forty-six years created a sense of mystery in reflections on her life, and during her life.
Today is the anniversary of the date that Catherine Labouré was beatified by Pope Pius XI (May 28, 1933). Spend a few moments today to listen as Fr. Carl Pieber, C.M. tells the story of the apparitions of Our Blessed Mother to St. Catherine Labouré....
In celebration of her birthday on Tuesday, watch this video overview of the life of St. Catherine Labouré.
Today is the Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal and tomorrow is the Feast Day of St. Catherine Labouré. Brief Reflection Those who are familiar with the Miraculous Medal Novena will recognize the following prayer: O Lord, Jesus Christ, who for the...
In this four-minute video produced by the Secretariado Internacional JMV, Sister María A. Infante, D.C. sums up the message of St. Catherine Labouré in four directives. Reflect on these points as we approach the Feast Day of St. Catherine on Nov. 28....