“Those who wear the Scapular are brought into the land of Carmel,” said Pope St. John Paul II, “so that they may ‘eat its fruits and its good things.’”
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The Catholic Church teaches that God alone is worthy of worship — and that devotion to the Blessed Virgin is intrinsic to Christian worship.
This October marks the 160th anniversary of Mary’s appearance in Wisconsin, and a local priest has penned a prayer book for pilgrims.
It would be fair to say that the closer Newman drew to the Church, the closer he drew to the Mother of the Church.
Catholic families are relocating to ‘England’s Nazareth.’
The 37th-annual pilgrimage from Our Lady in Paris to Our Lady in Chartres has gathered more than 14,000 people of all ages and from many nations, honoring a 1,000-year tradition.
Impressive scenes of the Blessed Virgin Mary’s life are present
The 61st annual pilgrimage promotes fraternity among people, armies’ spirituality and support for the wounded.