The Legion of Mary in Rhode Island(old unused)

This website is organized around the mysteries of the Rosary, to give a taste of what the Legion of Mary is like. For example, the mystery of the Visitation talks about home to home visitation.

There are many important things are not included in this website. A summary is given after the meditations on the Rosary, the Spirituality of the Legion, and some history. …. See below “What Is Not Here: Honorable Mention” for an overview.

The first area included in the website is the “Rosary Meditations”. The Meditations on the Rosary are the base of the spirituality of the Legion … (link)
for example, by meditating on the Annunciation
the Legion of Mary tries to say “yes” to God and do His will by the Holy Spirit. The Legion is a balanced life of prayer and action. We try to imitate Mary.

The second area included is “Legion Spirituality”. … (link)
(more on spirituality here) We consecrate ourselves to Mary because Jesus did. God came to us through Mary, so we go to Him through Mary.

The third area of the website focuses on the encouragement and hope that we try to pass on. Look at the true stories of the Miraculous Medal, Our Lady of Guadalupe, Our Lady if Fatima, etc. in “The Age of the Church” Section … (link)

Look at the phenomenal stories of change and growth in the history of the Legion first in Ireland, then in Africa, China, and South America. The details are in the “History of the Legion“ section. (Link)…

Encouragement from Mary and the Saints

Our Lady and the Saints keep on encouraging us. Our Lady of Guadalupe said:

[“Do not fear. ?] am I not your mother? Hear and let it penetrate your heart, my dear little one:
Let nothing discourage you, nothing depress you….”

Encouragement from other saints:

“Let nothing perturb you, nothing frighten you. All things pass. God does not change. Patience achieves everything.”
St. Theresa of Avila

“Pray, Hope and Don’t Worry.  Worry and agitation are useless.  God is merciful and will hear your prayer. “ St. Padre Pio

God is closer to us than we are to ourselves.
St. Augustine

Think of this: He is Peace. He wants to hear the smallest things from us. In our weakness we desire God by His grace, and He still desires us.

There is more in the “Quotes of the Saints” section. (Link)