"The Legionaries' essential mainstay must be this knowledge of the companionship of God, their good Father, in their two-fold work of sanctifying themselves and serving their neighbour." (Chapter 5 Handbook)
Catholic Young Adults Conference Ages 18 - 40 years Sat 30th - Sun 31st August
Theme: “Is There Something About Mary”. Takes place at All Hallows College, Saturday 30th and Sunday 31st August. Residential €55.00. Non-Residential €40.00. Day rates available. Speakers include: Papal Nuncio Archbishop Charles Brown. Fr. John Harris O.P. Phillip Mulryan (Former Manchester United Footballer). Fr. Brian Doyle O.P. Marian Carroll (Miracle at Knock) along with a range of other speakers. Also there will be a number of workshops with topics including, Marriage were to next, Internet and Addictions, Frank Duff - Saint or Fanatic, The Devil - does he exist?, Starts 11am on Saturday. Tradoration, Confessions and Concert on Saturday night. Finishes at 4.30pm on Sunday. Contact: Evelyn 085-1760344, Liam 086-8888918. www.facebook.com/deus.patria
Legion of Mary Handbook
Legion Handbook now available in epub version for some Mobile phones and Ipods. See Handbook link for link to it.
Eucharistic Congress Dublin 2012
See Fr Paul Churchill’s talk at the Congress here.
The Joy of Confession
In order to help people to know the joy of Confession our Curia has produced a new Confession leaflet. To see its contents visit this
pdf file. For more info:
Legion Recruitment Brochure
The Recruitment Brochure is now produced by Concilium at the price of 8 euro per 100. Please contact Concilium (www.legionofmary.ie).
"The Legion of Mary is an army", it is a Christian army of young and old who want to conquer the world for Christ under the direction of Mary His Mother and under the inspiration of the Holy Spirit. Our Vexillum or Standard is based on the Roman Vexillum and our daily duty to prayer is written in the Tessera prayer leaflet. For a larger picture and a fuller explanation of the Vexillum or the Tessera please click on their image.
Deus et Patria Projects
For the revitalisation of the Faith and the Legion in a country.
Public Rossary during a Deus et Patria Project to Limerick.
Many of our young legionaries take part in weekend-long projects to various towns and villages in Ireland, under the banner of Deus et Patria. Legionaries partake in apostolic activities prescribed by the Parish Priest, such as home visitation, street contact and discussion groups. It is a great opportunity for young Legionaries to go out and share their faith with others.
Many people took part in a public Rosary at the Crib in O'Connell Street where Fr Churchill led the Rosary and gave the following Meditations. PDF
"He (Frank Duff) perceived the immense mercy of God and saw how it reaches people today under the inspiration of the Mother of the Lord."
(Bishop Bernard Longely January 2008 Maria Legionis No 2 2008)