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This website is owned by Presentata Curia branch of the Legion of Mary in Dublin 7 Ireland. Our Curia is blessed to have been the Curia that the Servant of God Frank Duff was a member of. The two hostels that Frank Duff set up for homeless men and for women and children are in this Curia. We have many young people in the Curia and we want to increase that more and more. We want to appeal to all people to take an interest in their Catholic faith because our Catholic faith is an incredible treasure. If you want to cantact us to learn more please use the "Contact us" form.


The Legion of Mary is an Association of Catholics who, with the sanction of the Church and under the powerful leadership of Mary Immaculate, Mediatrix of all Graces (who is fair as the moon, bright as the sun, and - to Satan and his legionaries - terrible as an army set in battle array), have formed themselves into a Legion for service in the warfare which is perpetually waged by the Church against the world and its evil powers.
“The whole life of men, both individual and social, shows itself to be a struggle, and a dramatic one, between good and evil, between light and darkness.” (GS 13) The legionaries hope to render themselves worthy of their great heavenly Queen by their loyalty, their virtues, and their courage. The Legion of Mary is therefore organised on the model of an army, principally on that of the army of ancient Rome, the terminology of which is adopted also. But the army and the arms of legionaries of Mary are not of this world. This army, now so considerable, had the most humble of beginnings. It was not a thought-out organisation. It sprang up spontaneously. There was no premeditation in regard to rules and practices. A suggestion was simply thrown out. An evening was fixed, and a little group came together, unaware that they were to be the instruments of most loving Providence.
Handbook Chapter 1 Name and Origin


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