Brown Scapular

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Rosary And Scapular
... The Rosary and the Scapular are inseparable" was a sentiment expressed by Lucia Santos, one of the three children who reported the Marian apparitions of Our Lady of Fátima (Portugal ... appearances on October 13, 1917 had a brown scapular in one hand and a rosary in the other ... encouraged the praying of the Rosary and the wearing of the brown scapular ...
Rosary And Scapular - Mariology - Role of The Saints
... A number of saints have been associated with the Rosary and the Scapular ... of the Cross were all Carmelites and wore the monastic Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel ... Carmel, and were both buried wearing their Brown Scapulars ...
Marian Apparitions - Historical Feasts - Our Lady of Mount Carmel
... The Virgin appeared to him holding the Brown Scapular in her hand saying, 'This is for you and yours a privilege the one who dies in it will be saved.'" A scapular is ... of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (which originally had no association with scapular devotion, but became strongly connected with Saint Simon Stock's vision in ... The Brown Scapular itself remains warmly approved and recommended by the Catholic Church ...
Blue Army Of Our Lady Of Fátima - Membership
... of God's law To say five decades of the Rosary daily while meditating on the mysteries To wear the brown scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel as a sign and reminder of personal consecration to our Lady and ... To pray at least five decades of the Rosary daily while meditating on the Mysteries To wear the Scapular of Mount Carmel as profession of this promise and ... with the Immaculate Heart of Mary (here kiss the brown scapular) ...

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