The Missionaries of the Poor brought their music talents to the Archdiocese of Chicago to help raise funds for their service to the needy around the world. This video segment aired as part of the October 2011 edition of SANCTUARY, which aired on ABC-7 throughout the Chicago area.
In this episode Dr. Mark Miravalle focuses on the Message of Our Lady of All Nations, Oct. 11, 1953 which stresses the demand of Our Lady of All Nations to build a chapel for the devotion in Amsterdam, to spread the recitation of the Prayer to Our Lady of All Nations and to declare Mary as the Coredemptrix, Mediatrix and Advocate.
To get a prayer card for the prayer of the Lady of All Nations:
1 – Call 740-937-2277, 2 – email … firstname.lastname@example.org, 3 – or Write .. Vox Populi, 313 High St., Hopedale, OH 43976
To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: email@example.com
To Download Audio go to http://airmaria.com?p=19736
In 1875, the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception was built in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania’s historic section of Germantown. The chapel was attached to St. Vincent’s Seminary and its main purpose was to serve as a place of worship for the seminarians of the Congregation of the Mission (CM), the order commonly known as the Vincentian Fathers and Brothers.
Since 1927, the chapel’s west transept has housed Mary’s Shrine where a special place of worship to honor Mary Immaculate and her Miraculous Medal became a reality.
This video is mainly a tribute to the great Saint King Louis IX of France, and his extraordinary work, la Sainte Chapelle (the Holy Chapel) in Paris. This marvelous Gothic work, consecrated April 26, 1248, is certainly one of the most wonderful works of art. The various images are of the exterior, upper chapel and lower chapel. The music, for which the video is entitled, is some excerpts from the Pange Lingua Mass. Enjoy!
Seen on the CatholicTV Network each Friday of Lent at 6:00 am, 12 noon and 6 pm.
The Stations of the Cross (or Way of the Cross; in Latin, Via Crucis; also called the Via Dolorosa or Way of Sorrows, or simply, The Way) refers to the depiction of the final hours (or Passion) of Jesus, and the devotion commemorating the Passion. The tradition as chapel devotion began with St. Francis of Assisi and extended throughout the Roman Catholic Church in the medieval period. It is less often observed in the Anglican and Lutheran churches. It may be done at any time, but is most commonly done during the Season of Lent, especially on Good Friday and on Friday evenings during Lent.
The Stations of the Cross originated in pilgrimages to Jerusalem. A desire to reproduce the holy places in other lands seems to have manifested itself at quite an early date.