A Few Thoughts on the Rosary

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Author: Con Curtin CM · Year of first publication: 2006 · Source: Colloque, Journal of the Irish Province of the Congregation of the Mission, No. 54, Autumn 2006.
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Holy Mary Mother of God pray for us sinners now and at the hour of our death. Amen. Away back in the 17th century St Vincent sent some Vincentian priests to Scotland. Among them was … Read More

Father Aladel, C.M.: the Pioneer-Priest of the Miraculous Medal

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Author: M. J. Egan · Year of first publication: 1945 · Source: Catholic Truth Society of Ireland No. Bh353.
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1. Early life of “the priest of the Miraculous Medal” FATHER ALADEL was born at Les Termes, in the department of Cantal, Southern France, the 4th May 1800. It was fitting that he should be … Read More

Mary in the Vincentian Tradition

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Author: Tom McKenna, CM · Source: Vincentians Australia.
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Saint Vincent’s key insights about the Blessed Mother and Praising God There were three events in Mary’s life that Vincent referred to often, because they carry three basic attitudes that enable us to praise God … Read More

The Green Scapular and Its Favors

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Author: Marie Edouard Mott, C.M. & Robert A. Macdonald, C.Ss.R. · Year of first publication: 1961.
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PART ONE: Biography of Sister Justine Bisqueyburu Daughter of Clement Bisqueyburu, merchant, and of Ursula Albine d’Anglade, our Sister was born at Mauleon (Lower Pyrenees) on November 11, 1817, feast of St. Martin, was Baptized … Read More