The Miraculous Medal

“Distribute Her Miraculous Medal, wherever possible. To children, so they always wear it around their necks, to elderly, and to
young people in particular, so that under Her care they have enough
strength to resist so many temptations and pitfalls lying in wait for
them in our times.
And to those who do not visit the church, are afraid to come to the
confession, sneer at religious practices, laugh at the truths of faith, are
stuck in moral mud or stay apart from the Church in heresy — it is absolutely necessary to offer the Miraculous Medal to them and ask them to
wear it, and beg the Immaculate for their conversion in the meanwhile…the Miraculous Medal is a bullet of the Knights of the Immaculata”.  ~St. Maximilian Kolbe

Today, on the feast of St. Alphonsus Liguori, and the day of the Portiuncula indulgence, I am posting a link to a booklet produced by the Militia Immaculata which details all aspects of the Miraculous Medal.

This booklet is quite informative, and will instruct you on the origins of this miraculous medal: on its meaning and historical impact. To read the booklet, open here. Note: the document requires the reader to scroll down to view each section.

May you have a good day, and weekend.


~Image: a Miraculous Medal.