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  • The Legion of Mary in Rhode Island - Greetings, Our mission as members of the Legion of Mary in Rhode Island is to offer everyone the chance to build a deeper relationship with Jesus through his most Blessed Mother, Mary. We meet in small groups at parishes throughout the State of Rhode Island and seek to spread the love of Jesus, often through … Continue reading The Legion of Mary in Rhode Island
  • The Centenary of the Legion of Mary - An Afternoon to Honor Mary and JesusFor 100 years of the Legion of Mary. PROVIDENCE — We are delighted that the Most Reverend Thomas Tobin will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Legion of Mary in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul at 1:00 on November 21st. All are welcome. The Legion of Mary … Continue reading The Centenary of the Legion of Mary
  • Retreat with Fr. Hugh Gillespie - PROVIDENCE COMITIUM ANNUAL RETREAT DAY postponed DATE: TBA Br. Edward Gallagher announced that he was able to engage Fr. Hugh Gillespie to speak at our next annual retreat. Due to the high demand for Fr. Gillespie, available dates were limited. Unfortunately we had to postpone. It will be an extraordinary event and we are blessed … Continue reading Retreat with Fr. Hugh Gillespie
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  • Coronavirus Updates: - The Legion has been highly active during this plague. Check with your local praesidium for developments. The Coronavirus has profoundly affected us all. To see a typical catholic response page, check out the Facebook group, “Rhode Island Catholic Coronavirus.” You do not need Facebook to view the page. Just ignore any signup language. Rhode Island … Continue reading Coronavirus Updates:
  • The Core Works and Prayers of the Legion - The Legion of Mary has many activities and ways of prayer. Many of them are general Catholic Action like helping on bread lines, helping families, and joining in rosaries or holy hours organized by others. Some activities are specifically Legion and are core Legion activities. Starting new Praesidiums, Days of Evangelization, Street Evangelization, or distributing … Continue reading The Core Works and Prayers of the Legion
  • Legion Books and Pamphlets - We have covered spiritual books in the Legion tradition on the page “Further Reading”. The core of the Legion is a unique spirituality described in the Handbook and in the writings of Frank Duff, Legion priests and others. Please read Mary Shall Reign – Frank Duff Inside the Legion of Mary – Peffley Insights of … Continue reading Legion Books and Pamphlets
  • General Spiritual Reading - We have covered books in the Legion tradition on the page “Further Reading”. Although the books listed here are not all specifically part of the Legion of Mary tradition, we include them because they nourish and strengthen souls in all the circumstances we encounter in our own lives and the lives of those we meet. … Continue reading General Spiritual Reading
  • An Article from MARIA LEGIONIS about the Legion’s pro-life activities - MARIA LEGIONIS — North American Supplement APRIL 1998 — BY RITA REICHARDT, LA GRANGE, IL. The Legion of Mary and Pro Life Is the Legion of Mary addressing the most pressing moral problem of our day-the “culture of death” which is growing in the western world, especially in the United States? Abortion, infanticide, euthanasia, and … Continue reading An Article from MARIA LEGIONIS about the Legion’s pro-life activities
  • January 2020 News: - spiritual prayer bouquets “Our Lady, Queen of the Clergy” praesidium at St. Eugene’s Church in Chepachet, Rhode Island dedicated the month of January to collect “spiritual prayer bouquets” from Legion members, church members, youth groups, co-workers, cross country relatives, and even those they evangelized on the streets of Providence, to release souls languishing in Purgatory.  … Continue reading January 2020 News:
  • An Invitation to Join the Legion - Dear Friend, Because He loves us so much, He gave us a Mother who said “Yes!” In obedience she said “Yes” to the Annunciation of the angel, to give us a Savior. This “Yes” brought us her divine Son, the Redeemer, who will show us the way to the Father. With no hesitation she said; … Continue reading An Invitation to Join the Legion
  • The History of Christ in the Rosary - When the Rosary is recited in full, the mysteries of the Rosary provide a brief but robust review of salvation history. The Joyful Mysteries The Joyful Mysteries invite us to consider the wonderfully simple beginning of the story of our salvation. They focus on the conception, birth, and childhood of the Lord in His Incarnation … Continue reading The History of Christ in the Rosary
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  • Evangelization on Broadway - On Saturday, November 2nd, “All Souls Day”,  3 members from two Legion praesidia  joined forces for a day of evangelization on Broadway, in Providence. Sr. Marissa* from St. Vincent de Paul’s Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception praesidium and Sr. Eileen and Sr. Diane, both of St. Eugene’s Our Lady of the Clergy praesidium  met at … Continue reading Evangelization on Broadway
  • Recruitment, Extension and Retention - see WORKSHOP PRESENTATION – RETENTION
  • Carta para los Lectores de Habla Ispana - Estimados Amigos, Por medio de esta carta queremos pedirles una disculpa por la tardanza al cumplimiento de la traducción de algunas cosas en la página web; si tienes alguna pregunta siéntate cómodo y llámanos a este número de teléfono (516) 808-8342 a Marissa. Quieres saber más respeto a la Legión de Maria, estás interesado en … Continue reading Carta para los Lectores de Habla Ispana
  • How to Run Our Meetings and the Spiritual Reasons Why - Notes from the Workshop on Legion meetings: In this workshop, we spoke about several parts of the meeting. First, special care in preparing the altar was discussed. The beauty of the Altar, the flowers, and how the altar connect to the seating layout are all important. In order to run a meeting we need first … Continue reading How to Run Our Meetings and the Spiritual Reasons Why
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  • Street Evangelization News - November 2, 2019: Evangelization on Broadway  NOVEMBER 23, 2019:  The Streets of Providence Revisited December 21, 2019: Back on the Streets, Broadway to Atwells What is evangelization? If we want to have the answer we have to go to the words of Jesus, “go into all the world and proclaim the good news to the … Continue reading Street Evangelization News
  • The Streets of Providence Revisited - November 23, 2019:  The Streets of Providence Revisited Three members from the two Legion praesidia were back on the streets of Providence sharing the Good News. Srs. Marissa from St. Vincent DePaul’s Our Lady of the Immaculate Conception and Srs. Eileen and Sr. Diane from St. Eugene’s Our Lady Queen of the Clergy met at … Continue reading The Streets of Providence Revisited
  • RI Legion of Mary Website Launched - Br. Edward Gallagher, President of the RI Legion of Mary, is pleased to announce the launching of the Legion’s official website. The site is packed full of information on the Legion itself as well as many related informational links for further reading. Every RI Catholic is encouraged to visit the site, learn about the Legion … Continue reading RI Legion of Mary Website Launched
  • A Letter To Auxiliaries - Dear Auxiliaries, We as Legionaries need you, need your prayers to make us stronger in all we do, and to be similar to our guardian angels. You are our pillars. Pray. Be close to Mary. Mary leads us to Jesus. Say your Rosary and the prayers that the auxiliaries are called to say every day. Mary … Continue reading A Letter To Auxiliaries
  • Contáctanos - Si tienes alguna pregunta con respeto a la Legión de Maria, te gustaría ayudar en tu Parroquia o te gustaría saber más cómo ser un miembro, por favor siéntete libre y contáctanos a este correo  electrónico, thelegionofmaryri@gmail.com .        Normalmente y primero de todo el contacto es de persona a persona este es el latido del corazón … Continue reading Contáctanos
  • A Letter to All our Readers - Dear Friend, Your own life and personal situation might incline you to prayer or to action. It might mean you want to learn more or meet others.  The Legion transforms ordinary Catholics in to soldiers — evangelizers for Mary. Devoting all to Mary, God’s grace is fully engaged. This empowers the discipline we need to … Continue reading A Letter to All our Readers
  • Youth and the Legion of Mary - The Legion of Mary is intensely interested in the youth of the world and the church. The young are the future of the Catholic Church and the Legion of Mary. If you contact of the Legion of Mary, we will work with you on any ideas and avenues to encourage the youth. We work on … Continue reading Youth and the Legion of Mary
  • Consecration to Mary - “Accept, gracious Virgin, this little offering of my slavery to honor and imitate the obedience which Eternal Wisdom willingly chose to have towards you, his Mother.” St. Louis de Montfort If you aren’t familiar with the concept, “Consecration to Mary” may sound like an extreme religious devotion meant for nuns in a convent rather than … Continue reading Consecration to Mary
  • Give Glory to God - The object of the Legion of Mary is the glory of God through the holiness of its members developed by prayer and active co-operation, under ecclesiastical guidance, in Mary’s and the Church’s work of crushing the head of the serpent and advancing the reign of Christ.  Subject to the approval of the Concilium, and to … Continue reading Give Glory to God
  • The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius - Written by the founder of the Society of Jesus, the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius is a powerful book. Derived mostly from St. Ignatius’ conversion experiences in 1521-1523, Spiritual Exercises has provided guidance and encouragement to its readers for several hundred years.  The aim of Spiritual Exercises is to assist people in finding God’s will for their life, and … Continue reading The Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius
  • Retreats - 16. PROMOTING RETREATS Having personally experienced the benefit of a Retreat, legionaries should organise for them, spread abroad the idea of them, and where they are not yet established, aim to have this done. This is the recommendation of His Holiness Pope Pius XI, in the Encyclical quoted below, to those “companies of pious lay … Continue reading Retreats
  • Workshop Presentation – Retention - DO treat everyone who attends a Legion meeting with charity and respect, considering the good of every member of your praesidium at all times. DO seek to develop a familial rapport with all members of your praesidium. A Talk from the workshop: In a workshop that has, thus far, focused on recruitment and extension, retention … Continue reading Workshop Presentation – Retention
  • Workshops - The Legion of Mary in Rhode Island held a series of workshops in 2019, which will continue on into 2020. This page reflects the titles of each of the workshops that have been held. This page will be updated to include new workshops as they are held and to provide example material from all completed … Continue reading Workshops
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  • The Spiritual Motherhood of Mary - ‘The spirit of the Legion of Mary is that of Mary herself.‘ ‘Thus, the symbolism which the Scriptures have put before us, to aid to better understanding of the relation between Christ and the His Church, is that of the Mystical Body. We have likewise seen that by virtue of her motherhood of Christ, Mary … Continue reading The Spiritual Motherhood of Mary
  • Other Influences on Frank Duff - … The doctrine of the universal mediation of Mary [of St. Louis de Montfort] had struck him and he was convinced that that doctrine is the source of life. He was determined to draw out of the Marian mediation its apostolic consequences. With contagious ardor he explained to the members assembled there that a sincere … Continue reading Other Influences on Frank Duff
  • What If I Get Distracted? - One of the greatest struggles associated with saying the Rosary is the struggle against distraction. This issue is not unique to the Rosary, however; it is certain that distractions will come with prayer.  There is a story of a man who accompanied St. Bernard was traveling with a poor, uneducated farmer, who noticed that the … Continue reading What If I Get Distracted?
  • Attributions - No claim to originality in these pages. Just as in a talk or conversation, information has been freely paraphrased and replicated in an effort to distribute as widely as possible the essentials of the Legion of Mary and devotion to Mary. Please always take the best meaning from the quotes and comments on this website. … Continue reading Attributions
  • Prayer for the Conversion of the Whole World - This prayer was said by Frank Duff every day over a map of the world. ( from St. Francis Xavier-adapted by Frank Duff, and grammar changed) O Lord, our hearts are in Your Hands.  You can bend as it pleases You,  the most obdurate and soften the most hardened.  Do that this day, to honor the Blood, Merits, Wounds,  … Continue reading Prayer for the Conversion of the Whole World
  • Jerry O’Sullivan - Jerry O’Sullivan – A quiet hero     by Courtney McGrail April 30, 2015  (www.irishcatholic.com) Anne Keeling discovers a Corkman with an incredible legacy in Latin America “Well done, good and faithful servant.” Jerry O’Sullivan is a retired Legionary and Stanford scholar who grew up on a farm near the village of Rathbarry in West … Continue reading Jerry O’Sullivan
  • True Devotion to Mary - By St. Louis de Montfort The Legion is based on this book. Let us understand that by having a true devotion to Mary we have the foundation for our spirituality and action. We know who we are working for, and who is working with us. “It is very important,” says St. Louis de Montfort, “to … Continue reading True Devotion to Mary
  • Fr. Francis Cegielka - HEROIC LEGIONARY ACTION Fr. Francis Cegielka                                                           ~ Excerpts from Maria Legionis magazine  May 2019 Fr. Cegielka was born in 1908 in Grabow, Poland which was occupied … Continue reading Fr. Francis Cegielka
  • Father Aedan McGrath - Father W. Aedan McGrath SSC in China and Elsewhere An account written by Brother Charles E. Kane, Legion of Mary, Mother of Light Praesidium, St. Henry, Pompano Beach, FL No story of the many Legion of Mary heroes is more compelling than that of Father W. Aedan McGrath SSC (pronounced McGraw). He was born in … Continue reading Father Aedan McGrath
  • A Letter to Priests - Dear Priests, The Legion of Mary has an invitation to all of you. We all have but one Faith to share with our brothers and sisters and we all are in need of the love of God and Mary. In order to bring the love of Jesus and Mary to others we need to be … Continue reading A Letter to Priests
  • Quotes from the Classics - The imitation of Christ “As often as things go well with me, I thank you, from Whom all good proceeds. In Your Sight I am nothing but an unstable and weak human being; certainly I have nothing to be proud of. Why do I wish people to think well of me, seeing I am but … Continue reading Quotes from the Classics
  • The Spirit of the Legion According to Frank Duff - FRANK DUFF AND THE LEGION HANDBOOK 05 July 2007 If we were to search for a single sentence that would encapsulate the whole inner life of the Legion the one we have just read in our spiritual reading would be a good choice: The spirit of the Legion of Mary is that of Mary herself. … Continue reading The Spirit of the Legion According to Frank Duff
  • The Call to Holiness - “We have not only become other Christs, but Christ himself.” (St. Augustine) The Legion’s mission is to promote holiness in its members and all those with whom they come in contact. It seeks to do this by teaching them how to live out their Christian vocation to the full and supporting them in their efforts. … Continue reading The Call to Holiness
  • The Auxiliaries and Mary - …However generously the auxiliary may give to the Legion, nevertheless he receives one hundredfold, one thousandfold, one millionfold in return. And how is this? It is because the Legion teaches its auxiliaries — no less than its active members how great is Mary, enlists them in soldierly service for her, and makes them love her … Continue reading The Auxiliaries and Mary
  • Prayer to St. Joseph after the Rosary - Introduction This prayer to Saint Joseph—spouse of the Virgin Mary, foster father of Jesus, and patron saint of the universal Church—was composed by Pope Leo XIII in his 1889 encyclical, Quamquam Pluries. . . . He asked that it be added to the end of the Rosary, especially during the month of October, which is dedicated to … Continue reading Prayer to St. Joseph after the Rosary
  • Secret of the Rosary - St. Louis De Montfort… [tries] to bring home to the reader, “in a simple and straightforward manner,” as he himself tells us, the authentic message of the Rosary; namely, that it is a veritable school of Christian life. He sees it as including essentially the meditation of the mysteries of the life, death and glory … Continue reading Secret of the Rosary
  • Disappear in Mary - “…You must make the sacrifice of yourself to the Blessed Mother, you must disappear in her, so that you may find God alone… The Secret of Mary, The Tree of Life, St. Louis de Montfort “Hide [yourselves] completely in the depths of Mary’s soul, becoming living copies of her.”  Montfort, TD 217 “You must offer … Continue reading Disappear in Mary
  • Prayers for Canonization - Prayer for the Beatification of Servant of God Frank Duff: God our Father, You inspired your servant Frank Duff with a profound insight into the mystery of Your Church, the Body of Christ, and of the place of Mary the Mother of Jesus in this mystery. In his immense desire to share this insight with others and in … Continue reading Prayers for Canonization
  • Praesidia in Nursing Homes - There is currently one Legion of Mary praesidia serving a local Rhode Island nursing home.    Our Lady of the Holy Trinity Praesidum is dedicated to the residents of the Jeanne Jugan Residence for the Elderly Poor  in Pawtucket, RI.  The praesidium consists of 8 active members and 8 auxilliary members.  They were led  by … Continue reading Praesidia in Nursing Homes
  • Junior Praesidia - Junior Praesidia in Rhode Island There are currently two junior Legion of Mary praesidia in Rhode Island.  Junior praesidia are open to young people who are under 18 years of age.  Like the adult praesidia, they are asked to say the Catena daily and come to praesidia meetings. Instead of being required to perform at least two … Continue reading Junior Praesidia
  • Legion Structure - The Legion of Mary follows a structure based on the original organization from Dublin Ireland. The most basic structure in the Legion is the Praesidium, a group of Legionaries from the same parish or organization who meet with each other on a weekly basis. Individual Praesidia may either form part of a Curia that would … Continue reading Legion Structure
  • Alfie – Living the Legion - An Allocutio June 2009  By Fr. Bede McGregor O.P. Spiritual Director to the Legion of Mary  This year we celebrate the Golden Jubilee of the death of the Servant of God Alfie Lambe. As Spiritual Director of Concilium, the governing body of the world wide Legion, I feel it to be a duty and privilege … Continue reading Alfie – Living the Legion
  • Top Reasons to Join the Legion of Mary - Legion of Mary Legion of Mary Recruiting and Extension A true story concerns the late Father Francis Ripley of Liverpool, England. Father wanted to start the Legion in the hospital and was recruiting members.  One German patient had been in an explosion in a tank and had lost all his hair which had never grown … Continue reading Top Reasons to Join the Legion of Mary
  • Legion Spirit - The Legion is more than its works, its rules, and even its spirituality. The spirit of the Legion is hard to define, and is best seen by coming to a local Praesidium meeting or a Day of Evangelization or a Patricians meeting. Here are some articles on the Spirit of the Legion to give a … Continue reading Legion Spirit
  • Mary and the Eucharist - “[Read] Chapter 8 of the Handbook on The Legionary and the Eucharist. It is certainly true that the Eucharist is the source of all authentic renewal in the Church and therefore is the source of all genuine renewal in the Legion too. If the Eucharist remains at the centre of the life of the Legion, … Continue reading Mary and the Eucharist
  • If Mary Were but Known! - “To the priest struggling almost despairingly in a sea of religious neglect, the following words of Father Faber — taken from his preface to St. Louis-Marie de Montfort’s ‘True Devotion to Mary’ (an abounding source of inspiration to the Legion) — are commended as a preliminary to his consideration of the possible value to him … Continue reading If Mary Were but Known!
  • Mary our Mother - “But if we claim the inheritance of children, there must be esteem for the motherhood through which it comes. A third aspect of Legion devotion to Mary is the special honouring of her as our real mother, which in very fact she is. “Mary became the Mother of Christ and our mother when to the … Continue reading Mary our Mother
  • God and Mary - “Under God, the Legion is built upon devotion to Mary, “that ineffable miracle of the Most High.” (Pope Pius IX) But what is the place of Mary herself in relation to God? It is that he brought her, as he did all the other children of earth, out of nothing; and though he has since … Continue reading God and Mary
  • The Spirit of the Legion - “The spirit of the Legion of Mary is that of Mary herself. Especially does the Legion aspire after her profound humility, her perfect obedience, her angelical sweetness, her continual prayer, her universal mortification, her altogether spotless purity, her heroic patience, her heavenly wisdom, her self- sacrificing courageous love of God, and above all her faith, … Continue reading The Spirit of the Legion
  • The Fruits of the Legion are Intense Idealism and Action - “…the Legion can aid [the Church] by making its program one of enterprise and effort and sacrifice, such as will help to capture for the Church those two words “idealism” and “action,” making them handmaids of the Church’s doctrine. According to the saying of Lecky, the historian, the world is ruled by its ideals. If … Continue reading The Fruits of the Legion are Intense Idealism and Action
  • The Secret continues… - Under construction. This little book contains more than countless other exhausting books. Simply put, Consecration to Mary is a long phrase meaning that we want to do everything through Mary, with Mary, in Mary, and for Mary. St. Louis de Montfort says that “we give ourselves entirely and as a slave to Mary, and to … Continue reading The Secret continues…
  • Mary is the Tree of Life - St. Louis de Montfort compares Mary to the tree of life found in the garden of Eden. We must not overshadow the tree with our own human powers, constantly nurture that tree with prayer and devotion, cut away all the thorns and vines of pleasures that would hinder its growth, protect it from the insects … Continue reading Mary is the Tree of Life
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  • The Legion and the Priest - What is most necessary at the present time is to have in each parish a group of laymen at the same time virtuous, enlightened, determined, and really apostolic.’ St. Pius X The Legion works hand and glove with the priest. The Legion extends the priest. The importance of having priests in the Legion of Mary: … Continue reading The Legion and the Priest
  • The Reason for the Legion - What Makes the Legion Unique and Precious? Someone might say, “Why bother to join the Legion at all? Isn’t it just a collection of prayers and actions that anyone can do? The Rosary is wonderful, but we can do it by ourselves. Visiting people in the parish who are sick or homebound is great, but … Continue reading The Reason for the Legion
  • Face to Face - An essential part of the Legion spirit is to do things face to face whenever possible, and if not possible to do things in the warmest, most human way. A handwritten note is better than a typed note, for example. Face to face means door to door, out on the streets, with a physical handshake … Continue reading Face to Face
  • Other Heroic Members of the Legion - Archbishop Riberi, Papal Internuncio to Africa during Edel’s legendary conquests there, was later transferred to China and there he used Edel’s methods to organize the Legion of Mary in China before the Communists forcibly took over this unfortunate people. The Irish Columban, Father Aedan McGrath, spent the three most thrilling years of his life as … Continue reading Other Heroic Members of the Legion
  • Servant of God Frank Duff - “His life illustrates the call to holiness of all the lay faithful of the Church and the limitless call and possibilities of the lay apostolate.”  Fr. Bede McGregor The Legion Handbook on Frank Duff: Founder of the Legion of Mary, Frank Duff was born in Dublin, Ireland, on June 7, 1889. He entered the Civil … Continue reading Servant of God Frank Duff
  • Servant of God Alfie Lambe -  “I travel not as a tourist but as one having intimate friendship with all: rich and poor saint and sinner.” It would be to underestimate  Alfie to overlook the truth of that last part of his self description on his 24th birthday, as someone having intimate friendship with all, rich and poor, saint and sinner. How … Continue reading Servant of God Alfie Lambe
  • Venerable Edel Quinn - Edel Quinn, “destined,” in the thrilling prophecy of Archbishop Antonio Riberi, “by sheer force of example to influence the course of history.” This gay, attractive, County Cork business girl, in 1936 at the age of twenty-nine was dying of tuberculosis. Given six months to live, she was sent as envoy to East Africa by the … Continue reading Venerable Edel Quinn
  • The Legion is an extension of Vatican II - THE LEGION OF MARY IS NOT OBSOLETE; IT IS MODERN. It is evident to those who know anything about the Second Vatican Council that the Legion of Mary is not obsolete by reason of the Council’s decisions. In fact, many bishops who attended the Second Vatican Council considered the Legion of Mary to be the … Continue reading The Legion is an extension of Vatican II
  • More on What Makes the Legion Unique and Precious - This explicit obedience is not our own spiritual work. It is Mary working in us. Mary is interested in us in a particular time and place and family and home. Mary is on guard, without rest. The Legion of Mary gives explicit obedience to a person by going out on active works from the weekly … Continue reading More on What Makes the Legion Unique and Precious
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  • Resources - On this page, you will find a number of critical resources related to the Legion of Mary. As the Legion’s close relationship to its Priests is of critical importance, this section includes information for Seminarians, Priests, and Spiritual Directors of the Legion. It also includes a copy of the Legion Handbook (the ultimate guide to … Continue reading Resources
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  • The Brown Scapular - The Brown Scapular represents the Mantle of Mary, and wearing it is a way of showing that you are under her protection. Asking for Mary’s protection is a common tradition in the Church around the world. In fact, one of the oldest prayers of the Church is the Sub Tuum Praesidium (“Under Your Protection”). Sub … Continue reading The Brown Scapular
  • What about Sin and Mercy? -

    The solution to sin is not to concentrate on sin but on Mary. She alone of all mankind was conceived immaculate, without sin, so that we could receive the grace to fight sin from her, our Mother in grace. ...

  • Candidates for Sainthood in the Legion - “The most profound justification for promoting the Legion is because it can make saints. No other justification is really needed.” Fr. Bede No fewer than three individual Legionaries have begun the process by which faithful Catholics are declared to be saints. The Cause for the Beatification for each of these three has been introduced, and … Continue reading Candidates for Sainthood in the Legion
  • Prayers of the Rosary - The Apostles’ Creed I believe in God,the Father almighty,Creator of heaven and earth,and in Jesus Christ, his only Son, our Lord,who was conceived by the Holy Spirit,born of the Virgin Mary,suffered under Pontius Pilate,was crucified, died and was buried;he descended into hell;on the third day he rose again from the dead;he ascended into heaven,and is … Continue reading Prayers of the Rosary
  • Prayer to St. Joseph - Introduction This prayer to Saint Joseph—spouse of the Virgin Mary, foster father of Jesus, and patron saint of the universal Church—was composed by Pope Leo XIII in his 1889 encyclical, Quamquam Pluries. . . . He asked that it be added to the end of the Rosary, especially during the month of October, which is dedicated to … Continue reading Prayer to St. Joseph
  • Fraternal Charity - St. Paul explains well the charity we need in the Legion, and common sense extends the divine command to love one another into all areas of our lives. Correction should be rare, and in private, and only given if the other is willing to receive it. Before correction, consult someone else more senior in the … Continue reading Fraternal Charity
  • Personal Cards and Prayer Cards - Personal cards and personalized prayer cards are available to Legionaries, free of charge, from their Curia or Comitium in Rhode Island. At the discretion of the individual Legionary, these cards may include the Legionary’s name and praesidium to allow the cards’ recipients to say who they spoke to if they contact the website.
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    First of all, get in touch. We would be happy to help you. The best way to see the Legion is to come as a guest to a weekly meeting at a local parish. We can help you find one. If you can’t come to a meeting, you can still be an auxiliary member. ...

  • Love of Eternal Wisdom - In his work Love of Eternal Wisdom (Chap. 15, nn. 89-190), St. Louis de Montfort writes:  Whoever wishes to obtain wisdom must pray for it day and night without wearying or becoming disheartened. Blessing in abundance will be his if, after 10, 20, 30 years of prayer, or even an hour before he dies, he comes to … Continue reading Love of Eternal Wisdom
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  • St. Louis de Montfort - Although St. Louis de Montfort lived centuries before the Legion of Mary was founded, he serves in many ways as the precursor to the Legion. St. Louis foresaw a day when God would bring forth great saints through devotion to the Blessed Mother. As he wrote, God will raise up great men full of the … Continue reading St. Louis de Montfort
  • The History of the Legion Worldwide - The Legion spread rapidly from Dublin around the world. Legionaries direct their efforts toward all men and women, young and old, rich and poor, as well as people from the margins of society and non- Catholics. In the words of St. Augustine “You aspire to great things? Begin with little ones.”  The initial growth of … Continue reading The History of the Legion Worldwide
  • The Heroism of Cheerful Obedience - We should always seek to obey those with authority over us cheerfully, no matter how difficult it may seem (though always keeping in mind that no human authority can ever bind us to disobey God’s law). a spirit of heroic and sweet docility… “The fruit of loyalty is obedience, and the test of the latter … Continue reading The Heroism of Cheerful Obedience
  • Everyday Activities - In some ways, the little things that we do every day can be more important than our assigned works. One should never underestimate the courage and spontaneity involved in giving a Rosary or a miraculous medal to a stranger… or the extent that God’s grace can work through such seemingly humble actions. To learn more … Continue reading Everyday Activities
  • List of Approved Works - As we pointed out on the general page about our Activities, the main works and prayers of the Legion are found in the three C’s. Conversion, consolation and conservation are all essential to the Legion. Most importantly, however, conversion is pre-eminent. The Legion, and the Catholic Church itself, and its work, would not survive and … Continue reading List of Approved Works
  • Testimony from a Day of Evangelization - On praying the Rosary: “At the Our Lady of Consolation event,… Linda Vaillant and Maria Lee had no idea what sort of a response they would receive as they headed north from the church following a Mass and briefing to prepare them for their task…. Despite ringing the bells of several homes along the way, … Continue reading Testimony from a Day of Evangelization
  • Can We Be Saints? - “Can We Be Saints?” is an early work by Servant of God Frank Duff. It is a pamphlet which was written before the Second Vatican Council about the theology that forms the basis of that Council. At the heart of the Council was a renewed call to holiness for everyone — the core of the … Continue reading Can We Be Saints?
  • Why the Rosary? - Jesus came into this world through Mary two thousand years ago, and he continues to come into this world through her to this very day. If you have spent any amount of time trying to learn how to pray, you might have noticed that there are an incredible variety of ways to pray. In light … Continue reading Why the Rosary?
  • Prison Ministry - Throughout His ministry, Jesus Himself always sought those members of society who were forgotten and ignored. As Legionaries, we seek to follow His example by offering the greatest gift we can give — the peace and joy of Christ — to those who have been forgotten and ignored as a result of imprisonment. The work … Continue reading Prison Ministry
  • Catechism Class and Spiritual Care of Children - “How would Mary view and treat these, her children?’’ As members of the Legion of Mary, legionaries have a special interest in the preservation of the faith and innocence of Mary’s spiritual children. One of the ways in which legionaries show this interest is by offering their services to their parishes as catechists. As catechists, … Continue reading Catechism Class and Spiritual Care of Children
  • Work in the Parish - “The lay apostolate must be considered by priests as a definite part of their ministry, and by the faithful as a duty of the Christian life.” (Pope Pius XI) The Parish Census One of the greatest and most effective means of evangelization at the Legion’s disposal is to assist a parish priest in the taking … Continue reading Work in the Parish
  • Visitations for Consolation - According to the Legion Handbook, “The visitation of a hospital for the poor was the first work the Legion every undertook and for a while it did no other.” Current legionaries continue this great tradition by visiting the handicapped, the sick, and the old in local hospitals, in nursing homes and even in their own … Continue reading Visitations for Consolation
  • The Legion of Mary Providence Comitium News and Events - News 2021 An Afternoon to Honor Mary and JesusFor 100 years of the Legion of Mary. PROVIDENCE — We are delighted that the Most Reverend Thomas Tobin will celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Legion of Mary in the Cathedral of Saints Peter and Paul at 1:00 on November 21st. All are welcome. The Legion … Continue reading The Legion of Mary Providence Comitium News and Events
  • The Prayers of the Legion - In its prayers, the Legion seeks to demonstrate and model for others the enthusiasm for Catholicism that might not be displayed by the average Catholic, and thereby to draw those others towards conversion. Most of these prayers are based on the ancient prayers of the Church. They have been used by the faithful in public … Continue reading The Prayers of the Legion
  • Patricians Meetings - Mary presides over the Patricians meeting. It was she who brought Jesus down and gave him to the world. She has charge of all subsequent words from Him to men. This dominance of hers is signified by the Legion altar which must form the centre-point of the Patrician meeting. The Patricians gather round her to … Continue reading Patricians Meetings
  • Legion of Mary Website Guidelines - These are the guidelines from the Dublin Concilium (central authority) for Legion of Mary websites. Guidelines for Legion WebsitesApproved by Concilium at the December 2005 meeting 1. No commercial advertising permitted – never make use of so called “free” sites 2. Opening page should identify website as belonging to Legion of Mary (use Vexillum or … Continue reading Legion of Mary Website Guidelines
  • Days of Evangelization Resources - Examples of each of the following materials can be made available on request. Registration Form, Schedule and Other Promo Materials: Registration Form Press Release Parish Bulletin Announcement Bulletin Notice Poster Pastor’s Letter requesting tote bags Visit Cards Follow-up Cards Calling Cards (for empty houses) Contents of a typical Evangelization Packet include: Letter from the Pastor … Continue reading Days of Evangelization Resources
  • Day of Evangelization Preparation - A successful Day of Evangelization takes a great deal of preparation. First and foremost, you must pray. The success of a Day of Evangelization depends on the Holy Spirit. In and of itself, our human intervention can do nothing. It is only when we allow ourselves to act as instruments of the Spirit that a … Continue reading Day of Evangelization Preparation
  • Day of Evangelization Articles - Great media on the Day of Evangelization: Here are a list of articles on the Day of Evangelization in our area. If you don’t see an article listed, please let us know. Greg & Jennifer Willits interview Fr. Jay Finelli Reaching out: Catholics evangelize by going door to door by Brian Fraga, RI Catholic St. Timothy’s … Continue reading Day of Evangelization Articles
  • Concluding Thoughts -

    A website is not like a book or a magazine, with a definite end. Still, we can summarize.

    We have tried to show how the Legion of Mary is seen from the point of view of the daily meditations of the rosary, and also from the point of view of the handbook, the weekly meeting, the role of the Legion in the Church, and the motherhood of Mary.

    Above all, the Legion is based on spiritual friendship and family, because each person is unique, precious and unrepeatable. Each person is a universe. Although we fail in many ways, our goals are high and our love is of Mary. Let us encourage one another.

    God and Mary have a plan for you. We hope this site helps you with your life. God bless you. Please consider joining our beautiful family....
     
  • THE LEGION’S ROLE IN THE CHURCH - There are many ways to see how the Legion of Mary fits in the Church. Frank Duff’s writings on the Mystical Body of Christ are essentially about the Church. Think about how the Church is like a building built with living stones and how each stone fits together with Jesus the Cornerstone. Mary is the … Continue reading THE LEGION’S ROLE IN THE CHURCH
  • The Handbook - The Handbook of the Legion is the best source of spiritual information and action in the Legion. The first half of the book especially is filled with spiritual treasures. It is a handbook for life, not just the Legion. Many legionnaires have marked up their favorite passages in their handbooks and they are well worn. … Continue reading The Handbook
  • The Legion of Mary Auxiliaries - With… wings widely expanded by possession of many auxiliaries, and beating powerfully under the rhythmic drive of their faithful prayer, the Legion can soar into the higher air of supernatural ideal and effort. The secret of the Legion is its unique combination of prayer and action in Mary. The Legion’s prayer serves as the eyes … Continue reading The Legion of Mary Auxiliaries
  • The Worm-eaten Apple of Our Works Made Beautiful - 37. 3. Consecrating ourselves in this way to Jesus through Mary implies placing our good deeds in Mary’s hands. Now, although these deeds may appear good to us, they are often defective, and not worthy to be considered and accepted by God, before whom even the stars lack brightness. Let us pray, then, to our … Continue reading The Worm-eaten Apple of Our Works Made Beautiful
  • The Living Rosary - The Association of the Living Rosary was started to make the Rosary easy for everyone. The aims of the original Living Rosary were two; to bring the people of France to a prayerful way of life and distribute Catholic literature and devotional articles. “Throughout his life, Saint John Paul II was a member and proponent of ‘Living … Continue reading The Living Rosary
  • The Confraternity of the Holy Rosary - From The Secret of the Rosary by St. Louis de Montfort: Fifth Rose: Confraternity “Strictly speaking, there can be only one kind of Confraternity of the Rosary, that is, one whose members agree to say the entire Rosary of 150 Hail Marys every day. However, considering the fervour of those who say it, we may … Continue reading The Confraternity of the Holy Rosary
  • Venerable Marie-Pauline Jaricot - As perhaps not all readers are familiar with Ven. Marie-Pauline Jaricot, here are a few elements regarding her life.  The youngest of eight children in a family from Lyon, Marie-Pauline Jaricot (1799-1862) was a laywoman, a member of the Dominican Third Order, declared venerable in 1963.  Strongly influenced by the spiritual disaster resulting from the … Continue reading Venerable Marie-Pauline Jaricot
  • Quotes on Fifteen Decades of the Holy Rosary Daily - From these quotes it is abundantly  clear that St. Louis de Montfort was recommending a full fifteen decades to adults. Yet people he was speaking with on missions were often hardened sinners, just beginning in their faith and conversion.  Why start with the Holy Rosary? Because frequently that is where people start deepening their spiritual … Continue reading Quotes on Fifteen Decades of the Holy Rosary Daily
  • The Hail Mary - If you’ve never had the opportunity to participate in extended devotions like the Rosary, it’s easy to feel intimidated. It might even seem like you’re caught in a vicious cycle — discussion of the Rosary and of prayer doesn’t make sense to those without a spirit of constant prayer, but you can’t develop a spirit … Continue reading The Hail Mary
  • How Many Decades of the Rosary Should I Pray? - One of the first decisions you will have to make when beginning to pray the Rosary is the number of decades you intend to pray. After all, it is impossible to say a formal prayer if you don’t know what words you are going to be saying! There is a surprising amount of variability in … Continue reading How Many Decades of the Rosary Should I Pray?
  • Why Mary? - The simple answer is because she is our Mother in grace. We are born to eternal life by baptism. She brings us to that birth and continues to nourish, educate and protect us. She is with us after baptism and continues the graces flowing from baptism. When we try to do things on our own, … Continue reading Why Mary?
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  • The History of Jesus - Crucified. Died. Buried….RISEN! The story of Jesus is simple, yet unrivaled in its power. In fact, the wondrous account of Jesus’ life, death and resurrection never leaves the lips of Legionaries, who recognize its capacity to instill hope in all those who hear it — hope both for eternal life and for help in this … Continue reading The History of Jesus
  • Why Should I Believe You? - Because God Said So every sunday. The bottom line is we do all this the way we do it because God said so. We take His word for it. We take His word for it because He rose from the dead, and He safely handed on His words and deeds every Sunday at Mass since … Continue reading Why Should I Believe You?
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  • Devotion to Mary - The difficulty, then, is how to arrive at the true knowledge of the most holy Virgin and so find grace in abundance through her. God, as the absolute Master, can give directly what he ordinarily dispenses only through Mary, and it would be rash to deny that he sometimes does so. However, St Thomas assures … Continue reading Devotion to Mary
  • Mary is the Mold of God - From the Secret of Mary Mary is called by St Augustine, and is indeed, the “living mold of God” . In her alone the God-man was formed in his human nature without losing any feature of the Godhead. In her alone, by the grace of Jesus Christ, man is made godlike as far as human … Continue reading Mary is the Mold of God
  • From the Secret of Mary - “YOU MUST FIRST DISCOVER MARY” Before you read any further, in an understandable impatience to learn this truth, kneel down and devoutly pray [to Mary and the Holy Spirit,] to ask God to help you understand and appreciate this secret given by him. ...
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    “The Secret of Mary” is a short book by St. Louis de Montfort. It shows how to love Mary, and through her to love Jesus. That Love of God is the force that brings love to everyone. ...

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  • Along with the Rosary - Of course, our love for the Rosary is “both and” not “one or the other.” The Holy Mass, the Divine Office, adoration of the Blessed Sacrament, and other devotions are equally or even more important than the Rosary in some respects. The Rosary is simply the doorway. Open the door all the way. The Psalms … Continue reading Along with the Rosary
  • Other Options for Prayer - Perhaps you don’t want to pray the Rosary. You have other options. You could pray the Divine Mercy Chaplet, for example. That would keep you focused using the simple prayer, “For the sake of His sorrowful passion, have mercy on us and on the whole world.” You could use the same rosary beads and the … Continue reading Other Options for Prayer
  • The Mass and the Blessed Sacrament - While Legion spirituality is most closely associated with the Rosary, the importance of the Mass must never be overlooked. Without the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, the prayer of the Legion would be meaningless. As the Legion handbook explains, “By means of the Mass, the Sacrifice of the Cross is continued among men. The Mass … Continue reading The Mass and the Blessed Sacrament
  • The Hearts of Mary and Jesus - The Hearts of Jesus are perfectly pure. If we give Mary our Heart she gives us hers in return. This is not a physical exchange but a moral and spiritual exchange.
  • Mobile Book Racks - “[Mary,] the world can find no helper more powerful than thee. It has its apostles, prophets, martyrs, confessors, virgins, good helpers to whom I pray. But thou my Queen, art higher than all these intercessors. That which they can all do with thee, thou alone canst do without them. And why? Because thou art the … Continue reading Mobile Book Racks
  • How to Pray the Rosary - Source: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops The Rosary is a Scripture-based prayer. It begins with the Apostles’ Creed, which summarizes the great mysteries of the Catholic faith. The Our Father, which introduces each mystery, is from the Gospels. The first part of the Hail Mary is the angel’s words announcing Christ’s birth and Elizabeth’s … Continue reading How to Pray the Rosary
  • Evangelization - “The Church has no other reason for its existence than to extend over the earth the Kingdom of Christ and so to render people sharers of his saving Redemption.” Pope Pius XI In the midst of a culture that suggests that there is no real difference between earnest seekers in different spiritual traditions, it can … Continue reading Evangelization
  • The Legion of Mary Today - As of 2019, the Legion of Mary has become a major international lay organization. In fact, throughout the world, there are about 5 million active Legionaries and 12 million Legion auxiliaries! There are branches of the Legion in 182 countries. These branches tend to be aligned with dioceses. The Legion of Mary’s members serve the … Continue reading The Legion of Mary Today
  • About the Legion of Mary Providence Comitium - The Legion of Mary can be found in over 40 parishes and Catholic schools in Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts. Each branch of the Legion of Mary is known as a “Praesidium.” A single parish can have several praesidia depending on the number of active Legionaries in the area and the demographics of the parish. … Continue reading About the Legion of Mary Providence Comitium
  • On Suffering - The Legion of Mary treats suffering as a special part of our spirituality because so many of those we meet are suffering. Our goal is to help them understand the role of their suffering in the body of Christ. The Secret to Life is to accept pain and suffering joyfully. Jesus is the only way … Continue reading On Suffering
  • The Luminous Mysteries - Jesus is Baptized in the Jordan Spiritual Fruit: Openness to the Holy Spirit The Baptism of Jesus in the Jordan River differed from every other baptism ever performed in one very important way – Jesus had no sin from which He needed to be cleansed. And yet, in spite of his sinlessness, He chose to … Continue reading The Luminous Mysteries
  • The Glorious Mysteries - The Resurrection of Jesus from the Dead Spiritual Fruit: Faith It is difficult to conceive of an event that could more effectively shatter one’s faith than the unjust and brutal murder of the Messiah, the very Son of God. What better demonstration could there be that death is inescapable and the cruelty of man reigns … Continue reading The Glorious Mysteries
  • The Sorrowful Mysteries - Jesus Prays in the Garden Spiritual Fruit: God’s Will Be Done It can often be tempting to assume, when one hears a story of an individual who has performed an act of heroic virtue, that the individual in question was somehow immune to the fear and human weakness that makes such actions so rare. Perhaps … Continue reading The Sorrowful Mysteries
  • The Importance of the Meeting - Come and see The Legion meeting is first of all a prayer. The weekly meeting is the fount of our spiritual nourishment as Legionaries. Each meeting offers us an opportunity to gather together and share our experiences and our efforts. The meeting also helps to remind us of the Legion’s rules and revitalize its spirit. … Continue reading The Importance of the Meeting
  • Giving out Rosaries and Miraculous Medals - Where should you give out Rosaries and Miraculous Medals? Anywhere.  When should you do it? Anytime.  Give out Rosaries and Miraculous Medals to everyone you come in contact with. Reaching out to our brothers and sisters with small actions can sometimes be even more effective than a major initiative.  When we encourage them to use … Continue reading Giving out Rosaries and Miraculous Medals
  • Supporting the Unborn and their Mothers - It can be easy to underestimate the value of silent prayer, especially when that prayer is said while standing quietly outside an abortion mill. For one thing, as Jesus taught us when he went off on his own to pray to the Father, we can evangelize simply through our example. The presence of silent witnesses … Continue reading Supporting the Unborn and their Mothers
  • Visiting Statues - The Legion of Mary seeks not only to educate people on the knowledge and importance of prayer but also to bring them closer to the love of God and our Mother Mary. For this reason, the Legion promotes the visit of traveling statues in family homes and businesses. Every Catholic family is blessed to be … Continue reading Visiting Statues
  • The Joyful Mysteries - The Annunciation Spiritual fruit: Humility Through her humble submission to God’s will at the Annunciation, the Blessed Mother was granted the most exalted role of any creature in salvation history. God willed to save humanity through the cooperation of a young girl — it was only after Mary said “Yes” to the Angel Gabriel that … Continue reading The Joyful Mysteries
  • Help - Having trouble seeing the website? Please click on each Menu Heading (E.G. ACTIVITIES) for an introductory page, and then click on each subheading to get an idea of what the website is about, for example use both the EVANGELIZATION and DAYS OF EVANGELIZATION menu name to get all the information. Scroll down to see more. … Continue reading Help
  • Next Steps - Where to Go from Here Above all, the Legion is based on love, because each person is unique, precious and unrepeatable. Each person is a universe. In spite of our human limitations, our goals are high and our love is of Mary. Let us encourage one another. Please consider joining us. If you have read … Continue reading Next Steps
  • Further Reading - We have covered Legion Spirituality and Activities lightly in the opening pages and posts of this site. If you want to dig deeper, here we go! First of all, Legion spirituality is nothing more than catholic spirituality. Nothing added, nothing taken away. Legion activities are nothing more than catholic activities. Nothing added, nothing taken away. … Continue reading Further Reading
  • Our Activities - The Legion is not more work and effort, but less! Because we are assigned a work every week, and repeat it, it becomes easier and easier, like tapping in a nail. It keeps us from being too busy with too many different things. Ideally, a praesidium should rotate the assignments, so that we gain experience … Continue reading Our Activities
  • Days of Evangelization - Days of Evangelization originated in our very own Diocese of Providence, and it is our hope that they will eventually spread from sea to shining sea… and beyond, to the ends of the Earth. A Day of Evangelization is a parish-based, door-to-door response to the Holy Father’s call to a New Evangelization. It can be … Continue reading Days of Evangelization
  • Home Enthronements - ‘I will give to Priests the grace to touch the most hardened hearts.’ From the Twelve Promises of the Sacred Heart The Enthronement of the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary is a powerful devotion. It offers us a unique opportunity to crown our Lord Jesus as King and center of … Continue reading Home Enthronements
  • The Holy Rosary and the Legion - It would be impossible to do justice to the Holy Rosary in a single webpage. Saints, Popes, and theologians, even in their most voluminous works, have not exhausted the mysteries of the Rosary, and we do not presume that our humble efforts could improve upon the great treasures they have already provided. Rather, our aim … Continue reading The Holy Rosary and the Legion
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  • Details for Jerry O’Sullivan - … After six years as Legion Envoy, Jerry decided to study, going first to Mexico, where he did a course in communications and was honoured as the best foreign student. He then received a scholarship to Stanford University in California, where he acquired two Master’s Degrees and a Doctorate in Philosophy. During his time in … Continue reading Details for Jerry O’Sullivan
  • Father W. Aedan McGrath details - Father W. Aedan McGrath SSC (pronounced McGraw). He was born in Drumcondra, near Dublin, Ireland, January 22, 1906, the son of William McGrath, a crown counsel and county court judge who was reputedly shot to death by the Black and Tans in 1920. The family moved to England, and the future priest attended King’s College … Continue reading Father W. Aedan McGrath details
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  • Days of Evangelization Resources PDF - PDF files available on request. Registration Form, Schedule and Other Promo Materials: Registration Form (PDF) Press Release (PDF) Parish Bulletin Announcement (PDF) Bulletin Notice (PDF) Poster (PDF) Pastor’s Letter requesting tote bags (PDF) Visit Cards (PDF) Follow-up Cards (PDF) Calling Cards (when no one is home) Contents of Evangelization Packet at Holy Ghost Church in Tiverton, RI: Letter from the Pastor to those … Continue reading Days of Evangelization Resources PDF
  • Further Reading Continued - Other Points of View The Handbook offers the clearest way to see how the Legion is organized and explained. It shows all these other points of view, like different mountain tops to look out on the whole world. The structure of the weekly meeting shows every major aspect of living the Legion. Much more could … Continue reading Further Reading Continued
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