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The Legion of Mary is a lay catholic organisation whose members are giving service to the Church on a voluntary basis in almost every country.

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Allocutio at August 2015 Concilium Meeting by Fr. Bede McGregor OP

31 August 2015

Mary: Mother of Mercy

As we continue to prepare for the great Jubilee of Mercy, the Legion instinctively turns to Mary the Mother of Mercy. She is the God given guide and companion to all of us into

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Peregrinatio Pro Christo - Ireland 2015

31 August 2015

PEREGRINATIO PRO CHRISTO – IRELAND

The 2015 Peregrinatio Pro Christo season is drawing to a close with some U.K. projects, a project to Erfurt, Germany and one to Holland still remaining.
To date,

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Concilium Bulletin - August 2015

31 August 2015

USA, CANADA AND WEST INDIES

Boston Senatus: The Sancta Maria Hostel has been gifted to the Archdiocese enabling the Senatus to focus on extension of the Legion. Rutland praesidium organise the

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This is, in fact, the most important thing that Christianity has to offer: the possibility of entering into a relationship of friendship with God himself.

At the heart of the preaching of the kingdom is the message that God has made himself close in Jesus himself. Jesus is the kingdom, the saving presence of God. The Gospel is Jesus himself, and it embraces all that he is, says and does.

The message of the kingdom is fulfilled in the great mystery of Easter, the mystery of Christ’s death and resurrection, through which we are saved and drawn into a definitive relationship of friendship and sonship with God.

Since Easter, the method of evangelisation has essentially been to tell people what we now read in the Gospels about Jesus Christ and his saving work. To evangelise means to acquaint people with Jesus as we come to know him through the Gospels.
Monsignor Joseph Murphy, Secretariate of State, Vatican