SKU: 6738 | ISBN: 9781930278608
It has been said that the Marian Age began at 11:30 PM on July 18, 1830, when the Blessed Mother appeared to Saint Catherine Laboure at the Motherhouse of the Sisters of Charity in Paris.
This book, written barely 50 years later, gives an authentic account of this apparition of Our Lady. The world of the mid-nineteenth century, no less than our own age, stood sorely in need of the love and compassion of the Mother of God and received from the Queen of Heaven a gift which they could see, feel and wear.
This book explains how the Miraculous Medal burst upon the world and how, through its mediation, Our Lady wrought the conversions of hardened sinners and countless bodily cures. The Symbolism and profound doctrinal message of the medal is fully explained.
227 pp. Softcover.
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