Nine years after the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Labouré, she appeared to Sister Justine Bisqueyburu, D.C., in the same convent chapel at Rue du Bac, holding the Immaculate Heart in her hands, and gave her the Green Scapular.
Articles for Mary the Mother of Jesus
It took courage for Mary to say Yes!
Mary’s Magnificat is a dangerous memory. Mary not only gave thanks for this revolution. She intuitively realized she was part of the revolution.
It was an Irish celebration. But it was a profound celebration of a faith that goes far beyond just people of Irish heritage. It touched me deeply.
In this video, Fr. Frank Sacks, CM, reflects on the Assumption of Mary body and soul into heaven.
On this date in 1905, Pope Pius X established the Association of the Miraculous Medal. Watch a beautiful video from the Chapel of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal in Paris.
Our images change over time. Sometimes others never get past the images and roles we had earlier in life. Other times they come to appreciate things they did not see earlier or traits we only developed later. Might that apply to our images of Mary?
Do you know the address of the Facebook page that has been “liked” by 2.9 million people?
The National Miraculous Medal Association of Slovakia celebrated their first national assembly on Saturday, October 27, 2018. The full day of formation was held in the city of Nitra, about an hour east of Bratislava. Over 200 people attended. The day included talks...
On this Feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, please consider becoming a part of the International Miraculous Medal Association. The members support each other through prayer.
The first 2,000 medals were delivered on June 30, 1832. This coincided with a cholera outbreak in Paris which claimed 20,000 lives. The Daughters of Charity began distributing the first medals and many cures were reported, leading to the people of Paris starting to...
Sr. Regina Bechtle, S.C. reflects on Mary of the Wedding at Cana, and as part of the community of disciples after the Resurrection, intertwining themes of the month of May: Mary’s month, Mother’s Day, and Pentecost.