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How could the Holy House of Mary in Nazareth have ended...
From St. Francis de Sales to St. Louis de Montfort, many saints visited the Holy House of Loreto over the centuries
We are gifted to give like Mary
How often it is that when we receive God's graces, we tend to keep it to ourselves?
Immaculate conception, full of grace
Mary is not a demi-god. She is not a co-redemptrix. She is human like us. She is one of us.
The miracle that made the Immaculate Virgin patroness of Spain
The Virgin’s patronage of all the Spanish infantry, the oldest in the world, did not become official until 1892
‘Priesthood without Mary is doomed to fail,’ says Laoag bishop
“The priest who does not invoke Mary as a part of his pastoral ministry is doomed to fail,” said Bishop Mayugba
Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary exhibit opens in Quezon City...
Titled “Salamat Maria: Pagpupugay sa kaarawan ng mahal na Ina,” the Marian exhibit was opened on September 1 and will run until September 10
Filipino Catholics reminded to be worthy of the title ‘pueblo amante...
Devotees have offered testimonials of "miracles" that were supposed to have occurred through the intercession of the Virgin of Aránzazu
Video: Pope Francis prays that young people will follow Mary’s example
Pope Francis’ prayer intention for the month of May is that young people will follow the example of the Virgin Mary
Vatican basilica to lead candlelight rosary procession during May
A reproduction of the image of Mary under her title “Mater Ecclesiae” will be present in the square during the rosary
Church leaders entrust Philippine vaccination drive to Blessed Virgin Mary
“May her motherly care be felt by those afflicted with illness and disease"