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.”
St. Catherine Labouré
The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal unveiled a thoroughly revised website. It is a major step forward in using digital media to spread devotion to Mary.
If St. Catherine maintained silence, how were the People of God made aware of the Miraculous Medal?
The first 2,000 medals were delivered on June 30, 1832.
In honor of the birthday of St. Catherine Labouré, which is this Monday, May 2, I encourage you to enjoy a place or space of silence.
The Bible says we do not have because we do not ask. Lent is a good time to get back into the habit of setting time aside for prayer, finding a quiet place, rejecting all the things that distract us, and asking for God's direction in our lives. St. Catherine Labouré...
Resources for Feasts of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, St. Catherine Labouré St. Catherine Labouré was the Daughter of Charity who received and passed on a request from the Blessed Virgin Mary to create the Miraculous Medal worn today by millions of Christians,...
Yasmine Cajuiste concludes her service with a in a letter as the President of the JMV July 18, 2015 Dear members of the Vincentian Marian Youth Association: Evangelized, we evangelize! This year, as the VMY throughout the world celebrates the anniversary of the first...
Fr. Waldemar Rakocy,PhD, C.M. of the Polish Province focused on St Catherine Labouré and on the Miraculous Medal that Blessed Virgin Mary had ordered to have engraved
The Story of St. Catherine Laboure – YouTube A well done juxtaposition of historical images and contemporary scenes of Daughters of Charity serving the poor in recent times. Sound track could be better. The result however keeps the story moving.
Take a look inside the Chapel of the Miraculous Medal at the Daughters of Charity Motherhouse in Paris, France. The tour is narrated by Sister Denise LaRock, D.C.
Mike Hayes with 7 reasons we are thankful for Pope Francis. Why we are grateful for the special people in the Vincentian Family Vincent, Louise, Frederic, Catherine, Elizabeth, etc.