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THE THIRD SWORD OF SORROW II

SECOND POINT. After the solemn celebration of the Pasch, Joseph and Mary returned home, each by a different route, and with a different party. But Jesus, alas! Remained behind. When they arrived at the place at which they were to meet, the distance of a day’s journey from the Temple, this holy couple were greatly

The Third Sword of Sorrow I

ON THE THIRD DOLOUR OF MARY. Mary loses Jesus for Three Days. FIRST POINT. It has been said by many learned and pious writers that the third Dolour of the Blessed Virgin surpassed in intensity all her preceding sorrows; and no doubt they had great reasons for maintaining such an opinion. For, in her other

Latest Newsletter from Our National Director : Father Karl

Fr. Director’s Letter No. 10 Dear Knights of the Immaculata! In order to understand St. Maximilian Kolbe correctly, one must go back to the most important sources that have shaped and inspired his inner life: the history of his country, completely marked by the presence of Mary, in Poland specially venerated as the “commander in

Two new books in M.I. Library

  Book “Mary, My Mother” In foreword of book “Mary, My Mother” Fr. Joseph Schryvers wrote: “Many saints and scholars devoted to the Blessed Virgin have proclaimed her praises, described her privileges, and celebrated her grandeurs.

MI Badges worn in New Zealand Schools

The badge of the M.I. in New Zealand’s schools In New Zealand, Knights have made up an insignia lapel pin for members of the Militia Immaculatae. The pins are worn by all the pupils of the high schools (boys and girls) who have joined the militia. The few children in primary school who have joined

The Second Sword of Sorrow

On The Second Dolour Of Mary The Flight into Egypt FIRST POINT No sooner was Jesus born than He began to be persecuted by Herod, who then ruled over the Jews. This ambitious prince, hearing that the long expected Messias was come into the world ” to deliver his people, Israel,” was seized with envy

The Fifth Apparition :“Pray, pray a great deal, and make sacrifices for sinners, for many souls go to Hell for not having someone to pray and make sacrifices for them.”

The words that most deeply embedded themselves on the minds of the children were the last words spoken by Our Lady at Valinhos, “Pray, pray a great deal, and make sacrifices for sinners, for many souls go to Hell for not having someone to pray and make sacrifices for them.” These words awakened in the

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