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The Little Sachet or The Little Gospel

The Little Sachet or The Little Gospel From the Manual of the Archconfraternity of the Holy Face, by The Rev. Abbe Janvier “This devotional object was composed by Sister St. Pierre after a special communication from our Lord. It consists of a leaflet on which is printed the gospel of the Circumcision, which is short, […]

Resistance Podcast #218: History of the Holy Face Devotion & Society Today

  The French Revolution: The Background The French Revolution: The Reign of Terror The French Revolution: The Rising of the Vendee   Resistance Podcast #198: Leo DuPont – Apostle of the Holy Face (War Against Communism) & The Greatest Miracle Worker the Church Has Ever Had  

The 54 day Novena to the Blessed Virgin of the Rosary of Pompeii

The 54 day Rosary Novena history Among the numerous texts and prayers written by Blessed Bartolo Longo, there is the “Novena of Petition”, composed in July of 1879.  Having been struck down with typhoid fever, Bartolo Longo wrote it in order to ask for graces in the most desperate cases. Every day he went before […]

Resistance Podcast #198: Leo DuPont – Apostle of the Holy Face (War Against Communism) & The Greatest Miracle Worker the Church Has Ever Had

According to Pius IX, Ven Leon DuPont is the greatest miracle worker the Church has ever had. It is said that volumes could be published of the miracles that occurred in his room, and, somehow, he is not well known.   Watch on the following platforms YouTube / Odysee / BitChute / Rumble / GabTV […]

Devotion to the Holy Face

Devotion to the Holy Face “This salutary reparation to the Holy Face of Jesus is a divine work, destined to save modern society.” ~ Pope Pius XI All those who honour my face in a spirit of reparation will by doing so perform the office of the pious Veronica. According to the care they take […]

St Philomena (Feast Day 11 August)

The Catacombs Before outlining the radiating figure of Saint Philomena, virgin and roman martyr, it’s appropriate to mention the catacombs, since her mortal remains were discovered in 1802 in Rome at the Catacombs of Priscilla (fig. 1-2-3). There are prestigious studies regarding this (for ex.: P. TESTINI, Archeologia Cristiana (Christian Archaeology); M. SORDI, I cristiani […]

Our Lady of Prompt Succor (8 January)

French Ursulines arrived in New Orleans in 1727 and established the oldest school for girls currently operating in what is now the United States. During a per iod of crisis after a large group of nuns left New Orleans for Cuba in 1803, Mother St. Andre Madier, one of the seven nuns who remained, appealed […]

The Infant Jesus of Prague (Feast Day 14 January)

ORIGIN & DEVOTION TO THE INFANT JESUS OF PRAGUE Devotion to the Infant of Jesus of Prague is devotion to the Child Jesus. It is veneration of the Son of God, who in the form of an infant chose a stable for a palace, a manger for a cradle, and shepherds for worshippers. Our Savior […]

Feast of the Miraculous Medal (27 November)

From: MIRACULOUS MEDAL: ITS Origin, History, Circulation, Results by Rev Aladbel When Sister Catherine was favored with these apparitions of the Blessed Virgin she related by word of mouth to her Director, what she had seen and heard, and he, though apparently attaching little importance to her communications, carefully took note of them. The Sister […]

St Rita ~ 22 May Feast Day

Saint Rita was born Margherita Lotti in Roccaporena, Italy in 1381. The day after her baptism, Rita was surrounded by a swarm of white bees, which went in and out of her infant mouth without hurting her. Rather than being alarmed, her family believed she was marked to be virtuous and devoted to God. At […]