“All those who wear it, will receive great graces especially if … Prayer in Latin: O Maria, sine labe concepta, ora pro nobis, qui ad Te recurrimus. Obtain for us, your children, the grace of a happy death; so that, in union with you, we may enjoy the bliss of heaven forever. Here is the short ceremony for the placing and wearing of the miraculous medal on people. No Jesus No Peace: For the Relief We All Want and Need! Here is the short ceremony for the placing and wearing of the miraculous medal on people. Two Thomases and our times: for God's way out of our current woes! Amen. This is in line with scripture, from Genesis 3:15, which foretells Satan’s ultimate defeat at the hands of her Son. All rights reserved. Its mission is “To Lead Every Individual With Mary To The Most Sacred Heart Of Jesus” and is open to all Catholics, religious and lay people alike as described here. St. Maximilian added the second part after having witnessed virulently anti-papal, (pro-Lucifer as well, if you can believe it!) Feast of Miraculous Medal Mass: Nov. 25, Livestream (10:30 a.m. (ET) Men on a Mission: 9 Young Vincentians Go to China, 1921 Novena November The Vincentians celebrate 90 years of praying the Novena uninterrupted every Monday. Traditional. Now more than ever we need God's grace, for our good and His glory! St. Catherine noticed, however that some of these jewels were dark and not giving forth any light. Amen. Before Christ's Ascension into Heaven, He gave His Apostles some valedictory advice we can use today as well! The Miraculous Medal prayers printed below have been inspired by a wonderful sacramental (an object or action used in our faith to show religious devotion) of the same name! (Again, granted, this may be hard to see on a small medal!) Blessing and Investiture with Miraculous Medal - Priest vests in surplice and white stole +. The Miraculous Medal has been called “a summary of the Church’s teaching on Our Lady, a mini-catechism of the faith for everyone.” Indeed, the Marian vision that inspired the medal included some important symbolism! We see their sadness over our sins as well in this depiction. Amen. An Act of Consecration to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. It is in Latin on the Brevmeum App. In this brief prayer we find the truth of the Immaculate Conception of Mary, and Mary’s intercessory power with God for us who ask for her aid. Remember also her last words in Scripture, which could almost be her motto, in which she told the attendants at the wedding feast of Cana “Do whatever he [Jesus] tells you” (John 2:5). (She's pictured above on the left with the Blessed Virgin Mary). And don’t ever be afraid to ask for her help in obtaining Christ’s mercy! Mary explained that “those stones which remain dark symbolize the graces people have forgotten to request.” Don’t let such graces be lost on you! O Mother of the Word Incarnate, despise not our petitions, but in your clemency hear and answer them. Ever while wearing it, may we be blessed by your loving protection and preserved in the grace of your Son. Find out how that can help you in these troubled times! R. Send forth Your Spirit, and they shall be created. Obtain for us, your children, the grace of a happy death; so that in union with you, we may enjoy the bliss of Heaven forever. Amen. You know, O Mary, how often our souls have been the sanctuaries of your Son who hates iniquity. Surrounding these poignant images we see twelve stars symbolizing the twelve apostles. Amen. St. Maximilian’s devotion to our Lord and His Blessed Mother, and his distress at such a scene, was such that he formed the Militia of the Immaculata (MI for short) in 1917. Let us pray: O God, who did instruct the hearts of the faithful by the light of the Holy Spirit, grant us in the same Spirit to be truly wise and ever to rejoice in His consolation, through Jesus Christ Our Lord. The first part comes from the inscription from our Blessed Mother herself. The Miraculous Medal prayers printed below have been inspired by a wonderful sacramental (an object or action used in our faith to show religious devotion) of the same name! St. Maximilian called the Miraculous Medal his “silver bullet” against evil, and all MI members wear it. Our Blessed Mother did many wonderful things not recorded in the Gospels out of deference and love for her Divine Son! Return from Miraculous Medal Prayers to Special Prayers. The priest who is to bless the sacred medal of the Immaculate Conception, vested in surplice and white stole, says: P: Our help is in the name of the Lord. And as she is ever ready to renew her wondrous acts of kindness, may she obtain for you in her mercy whatever you humbly ask of God, so that both in life and in death you may rest happily in her motherly embrace. The first medals were stuck in 1832. We are reminded here of St. Louis de Montfort’s reference to her as the “treasurer and dispenser of God’s graces.”. Our Father (the rest inaudibly). O Immaculate Virgin Mary, Mother of Our Lord Jesus and our Mother, penetrated with the most lively confidence in your all-powerful and never failing intercession, manifested so often through the Miraculous Medal, we your loving and trustful children implore you to obtain for us the graces and favors we ask during this Novena, if they be beneficial to our immortal souls, and the souls for whom we pray. Christ, have mercy. On the front of the medal (left) we see our Lady’s hands outstretched with rays of light, symbolizing grace, streaming from her fingers. ), Provided Courtesy of: Eternal Word Television Network 5817 Old Leeds Road Irondale, AL 35210www.ewtn.com, HOME - EWTNews - FAITH - TELEVISION - RADIO - LIBRARY - MULTIMEDIAWHAT'S NEW - GENERAL - RELIGIOUS CATALOGUE - PILGRIMAGES - ESPAÑOL, EWTN | 5817 Old Leeds Rd. It is important to note as well that, as with all sacramentals, the Miraculous Medal is not some “lucky charm”. May this Medal be for each one of us a sure sign of your affection for us and a constant reminder of our duties toward you. On the right side we see a sword piercing Mary’s heart, which is filled with sorrow as well as love (as described here). Many of those wearing them did indeed receive blessings, including cures for illnesses and seemingly miraculous conversions, and it soon became popularly known as the “Miraculous Medal.” Today, the Miraculous Medal is still a wonderful way of showing, and spreading, devotion to both our Lady and our Lord as well! Obtain for us then a deep hatred of sin and that purity of  heart which will attach us to God alone so that our every thought, word and deed may tend to His greater glory.