PRAY FOR ME -- PRIEZ POUR MOI -- OREN PARA MI

Visit the prayer log and add your intentions.

Visitez le carnet de prières et ajoutez-y vos intentions. Ici se trouve le lien.

Visiten el cuaderno de oraciones y anoten sus intenciones. Llamenlo clicando aqui.

mardi 26 juillet 2011

OUR LADY'S APPARITION AT LA SALETTE 165 YEARS AGO -- CELEBRATION

ENFIELD, NEW HAMPSHIRE -- SANCTUARY AND PILGRIMAGE  SITE
CONSTRUCTED MID 1950'S
This year marks the 165th anniversary of the Apparition of our Blessed Mother to two young cowherds in the French Alps, at La Salette, not too far south of Grenoble, the capital of the Department of Isère.  In these 165 years many good things have come about, not the least of which is the founding and the growth of the Missionary Congregation of Our Lady of La Salette.  There are, in fact, three rather distinct communities that make up the totality of the souls dedicated to spreading the story and the message that Our Lady left with the two children.  There is the community of Men, [Priests and Brothers] the community of Women, [Nuns] and the community of Lay People, [Men and Women, Married or not].
There will be many celebrations around the world to mark this significant date, September 19, 1846. Below, you will see the invitation that is extended to you all by the Missionaries of Our Lady of LaSalette who have responsibility for a large parish in Moreno Valley, a small city in Southern California.  The theme is based on the partring words of the Virgin to the two children, and therefore to us all, "Well,my children,make this known to all my people."  By clicking here and reading the story and the message, you will see what this is. Here is the invitation in full color.
We hope to see you all, from near and far.  Tell your friends.  This is going to be a truly International salute to our beloved Mother Mary.  Some people whom you may know but have not seen in many years might include Father Maurice Cardinal, MS, Father Joven Junio, MS, Father Arnold
Macabio, MS, Father Fred Costales, MS, Father Arlan Intal, MS, and who knows who else?  Bring your favorite picture of Mother Mary to make it a part of our international, multicultural display.