Three words sum up Mary’s attitude: listening, decision, action. They are words that point out a way for us too as we face what the Lord asks of us in life. Listening, decision, action. (Pope Francis)
Mary the Mother of Jesus
Some stories need no comments. Here is the story of a new mother recognizing who she was caring for…
The mother of Jesus speaks the universal language of mothers or “mother tongue.” In each apparition, she speaks the motherly language of comfort, advice, warning, or encouragement.
Faced with potential difficulties in obtaining Church approval of the Daughters of Charity, St. Louise undertakes a pilgrimage to Chartres to ask for the help of Our Lady.
Fr. Frank Sacks, CM, shares a reflection on the Three Apparitions of Mary to St. Catherine Labouré as depicted in the art of the Miraculous Medal Shrine in Philadelphia.
We can learn much from those who wrestled with the upheavals in their lives as recorded in our family album called the Acts of the Apostles.
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.
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.
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.