January 2022 Allocutio

“The Holy Spirit will come upon you”. Fr. Liam Ó Cuív (Reading: Chapter 39, 15 A vague apostolate is of little value. p. 295) In these times…

Plenary Indulgence for the Centenary of the Legion of Mary

To increase the holiness of the faithful and for the salvation of souls, by virtue of the faculty granted to it in a special way by the Most…

Concilium Bulletin December 2021

EUROPE SPAIN Madrid Senatus: Great things have been happening during the Centenary celebrations: Concilium President’s Address was taken to…

December 2021 Allocutio

Fr. Paul Churchill We are celebrating at this time of year a most extraordinary event, namely that God should come and live in and be part of his…

Concilium Bulletin November 2021

​ASIA AUSTRALIA Melbourne Senatus. The Centenary Mass was celebrated on 7th September with 50 attending. Mass to commemorate Frank Duff was…

November 2021 Allocutio

“The Scourging At The Pillar” Fr. Paul Churchill Some of you may be familiar with the work of Hans Urs von Balthasar, The Threefold Garland…

Zoom events from Dublin - December 2021

A New World of Mary COME LET US ADORE HIM GUEST SPEAKERS INCLUDE : Fr. Oisin Martin CFR Fr. Emmet O’Hara SCA Saturday December 11th 2021 at 20:00…

Maria Legionis: Edition 2 of 2021

Download the Maria Legionis - Edition 2 of 2021 Another Centenary bumper edition

Centenary News in The Irish Catholic

The Irish Catholic Newspaper will publish a special Centenary issue on the Legion of Mary on the 9th December 2021. Please arrange to buy your copy…

Concilium Bulletin October 2021

ASIA JAPAN Osaka Senatus: The last minutes, received in August, report small meetings being conducted over Zoom. The correspondent has contacted…

October 2021 Allocutio

The Worldwide Synod Fr. Paul Churchill I want to say a few words about the Synod that is beginning in all the local Churches this weekend. But…

Concilium Bulletin September 2021

ASIA PAKISTAN Comitium minutes for July and August. 10 attended in July and 16 in August. 3 praesidia and 1 Curia reported but no details were…