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Pope's Pontificate to be Consecrated to Our Lady of Fatima on May 13th
Last edited 8th May 2013

Just hours after being elected, Pope Francis asked Portuguese Cardinal José Policarpo for a special request. The Pope asked the patriarch of Lisbon to consecrate his pontificate to Our Lady of Fatima. The celebration will held on May 13th and it will be led by Cardinal Policarpo.

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Feast of Our Lady of Lourdes - 11 February
Last edited 13th February 2013

On 11 February, we celebrate the feast day of Our Lady of Lourdes - a day to remember when Our Blessed Mother appeared to St. Bernadette for the first time. Watch this video reflection to learn more about the story of Our Lady of Lourdes.

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Spain's Civil Guard: Celebrating 100 years of its patroness, Our Lady of the Pillar
Last edited 6th February 2013

Since the year 1913 Our Lady of the Pillar has been the patroness and protector of Spain's Civil Guard. To celebrate 100 years of tradition, a police delegation led by Spain's Minister of Interior, came to Rome to attend the Pope's weekly general audience. In fact, Benedict XVI thanked them for their service.


Solemnity of the Annunciation 2013
Last edited 5th April 2013

Wishing you a Happy and Blessed Feast of Annunciation. Today we celebrate the angel Gabriel's appearance to the Virgin Mary (Luke 1:26-38), his announcement that the Blessed Virgin had been chosen to be the Mother of Our Lord, and Mary's "fiat" - her willing acceptance of God's holy plan. What a beautiful day to reflect on the importance of Mary in human history and the life of the Church. Watch this video for more.

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On the Tender Motherhood of Mary, Mother of God and My Mother Too
Last edited 19th December 2012

As the feast of Christmas approaches some reflection on the Motherhood of Mary seems appropriate. As mother to Jesus she has carried him in her womb some nine months now, and the time approaches when she will give birth to him, will show him to the world. In this, she is not only his mother, but also his first evangelizer, holding up Christ for the world to see.

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Bishops say Our Lady of Guadalupe still brings Christ to Americas
Last edited 14th December 2012

Nearly five hundred years later, Our Lady of Guadalupe is still drawing men and women of the Americas to Christ, two U.S. Catholic bishops said at the “Ecclesia in America” conference in Rome.

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Story of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Feast Day 12 December
Last edited 19th December 2012

The opening of the New World brought with it both fortune-seekers and religous preachers desiring to convert the native populations to the Christian faith. One of the converts was a poor Aztec indian named Juan Diego. On one of his trips to the chapel, Juan was walking through the Tepayac hill country in central Mexico. Near Tepayac Hill he encountered a beautiful woman surrounded by a ball of light as bright as the sun. Speaking in his native tongue, the beautiful lady identified herself:

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The Queenship of Mary: A Commentary by Fr. Barron
Last edited 14th December 2012

Normally there is at least one great feast day in honour of Our Lady every month on the Church calendar. This is not just a sentimental devotion... it is so much more! Listen to this reflection by Fr. Robert Barron on the feast of the Queenship of Mary - which tells the story of the battle between good and evil - to find out why honouring Mary is so important in the story of the Catholic Church.


Advent is a 'Season of Mary,' Archbishop Gomez Says
Last edited 14th December 2012

Archbishop José H. Gomez of Los Angeles is describing Advent as “a season of Mary” and a time for Catholics to “turn to Mary in a new way.”

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Immaculate Conception: From Controversy to Dogma
Last edited 10th December 2012

Dominican Father Robert Christian outlines the the historical controversy over the dogma of the Immaculate Conception. A great video by Catholic News Service!


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