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Talks on Br Duff Writings by Frank Duff Slide Show Cause Favours

Favours attributed to the Servant of God Frank Duff

cf. Maria Legionis, No.2, 2002.

Frank in usual happy mood

This is just a selection of a few favours that people have attributed to Frank Duff's intercession. Details of any favours should be sent in writing to:

Legion of Mary
De Montfort House
Morning Star Ave
Off North Brunswick Street
Dublin 7.

  • Serious cancer diagnosis and pending operation cancelled, Ireland
  • Total lifting of depression, Netherlands
  • Medical exams passed, Italy
  • Severe continuous bleeding stopped, Ireland
  • Complete recovery from illness and return to Faith, Nigeria
  • Entrance to University obtained in difficult circumstances, Vietnam
  • 4 month old baby recovery from pneumonia, USA
  • Return of grand-daughter who had left with undesirable people, USA
  • Malignant oesophagus tumour - inoperable - complete recovery, Ireland

"God our Father, You inspired your servant Frank Duff with a profound insight into the mystery of your Church, the Body of Christ, and of the place of Mary the Mother of Jesus in this mystery. In his immense desire to share this insight with others and in filial dependence on Mary he formed her Legion to be a sign of her maternal love for the world and a means of enlisting all her children in the Church's evangelizing work. We thank you Father, for the graces conferred on him and for the benefits accruing to the Church from his courageous and shining faith. With confidence we beg you that through his intercession you grant the petition we lay before you.....We ask too that if it be in accordance with your will, the holiness of his life may be acknowledged by the Church for the glory of your name, through Christ Our Lord, Amen."

Who are Called to be Saints?
Every person that is born is called to be a Saint. Take it as most certain that you — no matter how unfitted your life may seem for holiness — are being given graces sufficient, if corresponded with, to bring you to sanctity. We have already seen that nothing beyond our strength is expected; neither is sanctity the exclusive property of any grade or manner of life. Among the Saints canonised by the Church are kings and beggars, and representatives of every trade, slaves, hermits, city people, mothers of families, invalids, soldiers, and persons of every race and colour.
As a canonised Saint is a pattern provided by God, it is evident that an invitation to become Saints is extended to men and women of every type. It is equally a fact that to those who seriously try to respond to His invitation, He gives help sufficient to carry them to the goal.
(Can we be saints, written by Frank Duff)

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