The Miraculous Medal
This inspiring book on Our Lady’s Miraculous Medal details how and why St Maximilian Kolbe signified the medal as the forefront sacramental of the Militia Immaculatae. From its historical origins to its subsequent spread from the humble Rue du Bac chapel in Paris (where the Blessed Virgin Mary appeared to St. Catherine Laboure) to the rest of the world, this book compellingly narrates Our Lady’s message of the unchangeable reality of Her Immaculate Conception and Her major role in the salvation of mankind in modern times. Our Lady’s generosity in dispensing immense graces to those who wear Her Medal is reflected in the miraculous conversion of former unbelievers and criminals such as Alphonse Ratisbonne, Claude Newman and James Hughs. Also not to be overlooked is Our Lady’s powerful intercession for those in danger of death when they wear Her Medal. The fact that these miracles occurred fairly recently (in the 19th-20th centuries) proves that the Blessed Virgin Mary (and God by extension) still remain relevant and real to our lives as we battle the distracting and debilitating snares of our contemporary world. All we have to do is to ask God for the necessary graces for our salvation, through His Mother, who was conceived without any stain of sin.
‘O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to Thee’.
No.of Pages : 64
Weight : 150 gms
Size : 14/21 cm