Learn the history, tradition, art and architecture behind the beautiful shrine of the Miraculous Medal in Philadelphia. See what happened when 24-year-old Catherine Labouré entered the Parisian convent of the Daughters of Charity, and how a late-night encounter with a Heavenly visitor presented her with a mission that would be championed more than eighty years later by Father Joseph Skelly, CM, an American priest. You’ll discover what led to the creation of Miraculous Medal, why people wear the medal, what the images on the medal mean, why people call it miraculous, and so much more! From The Faithful Traveler.

2 Comments on “Miraculous Medal Shrine: History, Tradition, Art”

  1. Our conference is the St. Francis of Assisi in San Antonio, TX. As the spiritual advisor of this conference, I would so much like to make this video available for our conference. How can I do that?
    Thank you,

    1. Rose- a DVD is available- click here: thefaithfultraveler.com. Or, you could watch the video together online at one of your meetings, if your meeting room has a projector and an internet connection. Or you could share the link to this page with your conference members, via email.

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