Medal of Miracles

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Medal of Miracles

Miracles do happen!
Many healings, conversions and other miracles have been documented by those who have faithfully worn the 'Medal of the Immaculate Conception' as the Miraculous Medal was originally called! The Miraculous Medal is an approved sacramental and allows the the wearer to take advantage of Mary's promise:

"Those who wear it will receive great graces; abundant graces will be given to those who have confidence."
We have a VERY SPECIAL Miraculous Medal that can only be found here:

-Touched to over 61 very Rare First Class Relics

-Sprinkled with water from the Jordan River (where Jesus was baptized)

-Laid upon Holy Land Earth.

-Touched to a relic of the Holy Sepulchre. The actual tomb in which the Body of Jesus was laid after His death upon the Cross.

Imported from Italy, this is a very substantial medal at 2" in length. You can see in the picture above that it is pretty big. If you want to see it up close, there is a detailed picture below.

It is a 3 Dimensional medal...you can actually see the Blessed Mother standing out from the background. Very beautiful! This picture does not do this impressive medal justice. You truly must see and feel it to understand just how unique this medal is.

ONE OF MANY MOVING TESTIMONIAL'S REGARDING MIRACULOUS MEDAL MIRACLE:

Father Lane relates the following story of a MIRACLE that really touched my heart. Being Irish (relatives hailing from County Cork) I really was touched.

Father states, "An Irish lady was kind enough to share a little miracle she received through the intercession of Our Lady by using the Miraculous Medal. She has given me permission to share it below but has asked that her name not be published. As I add this in 2007 her daughter is now 17 years."

Although I was brought up in Ireland in the fifties with all the myths, I am not superstitious. I have an honours Classics Degree and am doing an MA in psychology at the moment. The French Sisters of Charity gave me my primary education, so I have known St. Catherine Labouré’s story well since I was four. My father died when I was ten and I was afraid of my mother, so one of the nuns put her cloak around me and said Our Lady was my mother, and I would always be safe. At 39, I had been married fifteen years to a doctor, living in Canada, probably not going to Mass for political reasons, but always secure in the love of God and Our Lady, both of whom I define differently to how I was brought up. Anyway, on 15th August which is roughly my birthday, I decided to send as much as I could afford to help Sr. Louise, a great Cork nun who worked among the poor in Dublin all her life, as my birthday gift to myself. On 8th September she sent me a bunch of Miraculous Medals, some actually silver and gold, and all of which had touched the chair St .Catherine says Our Lady sat on in the rue du Bac. She said “Our Lady would pay me back in spades.” I laughed, because I was very comfortable, and I said, “It’s all right, Our Lady, help someone else. The only thing I don’t have is a child.” I had just been told that I could never have one. A few weeks later, the vet said my mare had melanoma in the eye.So I put a medal on her collar and said, “All right, Our Lady, you know I never ask you for anything; you owe me one.” I heard a gentle chuckle and thought Our Lady was laughing because I am usually meticulously polite. Anyway, when the vet came back she was amazed that the melanoma had disappeared. I was amazed myself a few weeks later, and really understood why Our Lady was laughing at me because at 11.25 p.m. on 18th July the following summer, I gave birth to the most wonderful, precious daughter. What prompted me to write was that, according to your site, it was at 11.30 on 18th July that St Catherine was taken to meet Our Lady. Maybe the clock was five minutes fast.

 

HISTORY

In 1830, the Blessed Virgin Mary revealed the design of the Miraculous Medal to St. Catherine Laboure in an apparition.

In Paris, on June 6, 1830, the Lord appeared to the young (age 24) Daughter of Charity novice Catherine at Mass, and again on the nights of July 18-19 when she was summoned to the chapel by a beautiful "child clothed in white" to converse with the Virgin Mary. Catherine was told prophecies and charged with "a mission" that manifested itself on November 27 in an early morning (5:30am) appearance of the Blessed Virgin who was "clothed in white" standing on a globe and "a serpent." Rays of light issued forth from rings on her fingers and Catherine was told to commission a medal of what she was seeing. Then, turning the letter "M surmounted by a bar and a cross" underneath which were the hearts of Jesus and Mary all surrounded by the words "O Mary, conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee."

Catherine heard the voice tell her, "Have a medal struck after this model. All who wear this medal will receive great favors. They should wear it around the neck . Favors will abound if worn with devotion." Catherine's mission was to ensure that the medal was made and to spread Mary's message of love and compassion.

Many healings, conversions and other miracles have been documented by those who have faithfully worn the 'Medal of the Immaculate Conception' as the Miraculous Medal was originally called.

The Miraculous Medal is an approved sacramental and allows the the wearer to take advantage of Mary's promise:

"Those who wear it will receive great graces; abundant graces will be given to those who have confidence."

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