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Virgin Mary

Did the Virgin Mary serve as Elizabeth’s doula?

St. Luke provides some interesting clues that highlight Mary's role in her cousin's pregnancy.

Mary traveled a highly dangerous path to visit Elizabeth

The Virgin Mary's charitable gesture could have had a much different ending.

How the Virgin Mary protects her faithful children from all evil

She is a mother who is very protective of her little ones

Bike your way to the sanctuary of the patroness of cyclists

The sanctuary of the Madonna del Ghisallo, in Magreglio, near Lake Como, includes a small cycling museum.

Did Our Lady warn us of the Rwandan genocide?

She appeared in Kibeho, and about a decade after her appearances, the words of Our Lady were sadly fulfilled.

Envelop your house with Mary’s motherly love with this prayer

After inviting God to bless your house, welcome the Virgin Mary's loving presence.

Padre Pio’s secret weapon against the evils in the world today

When Padre Pio wanted to combat evil, he brought out his most powerful weapon.

St. Louis de Montfort explains how prayers to Mary are transferred to God

She is an "echo of God," a pure channel that takes our prayers directly to her Heavenly Father.

Need motivation to pray the Rosary? Here are the “15 Promises” recorded by Alanus de Rupe

The promises were reportedly revealed to St. Dominic by the Virgin Mary.

This map illustrates 500 years of Mary’s apparitions

Created by National Geographic, it details which apparitions are approved and which are still under investigation.

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