Midday Memorare

Lost in the snow with their survival in question and hope fading quickly, St. Marcellin Champagnat and Bro. Stanislaus turned to Mary for her protection and help.  That night in February of 1823 they prayed the Memorare and shortly, in the distance, Fr. Champagnat noticed the light from a lantern. He got Stanislaus up and made it to the safety of the Donnet family home. The lantern has become a special symbol for Marists and the Memorare a special prayer.  

Anyone can do it!  

Join us each day at 12 noon as we remember to pray for each other!

Step 1: Set an alarm on your phone for 12 noon local time.
Step 2: Make sure you set the alarm to repeat every day!
Step 3: When you hear that alarm or feel the vibration take a few moments and join Marists around the USA and the globe in our Midday Memorare!

The Memorare

Remember,

O most gracious Virgin Mary,

that never was it known that anyone

who fled to your protection,

implored your help,

or sought your intercession

was left unaided.

Inspired by this confidence,

I fly unto you,

O Virgin of virgins, my Mother;

to you do I come, before you I stand,

sinful and sorrowful.

O Mother of the Word Incarnate,

despise not my petitions,

but in your mercy hear and answer me.

Amen.

St. Marcellin Champagnat ... Pray for us!

Mary, Our Good Mother ... Pray for us!

Let us remember to ... Pray for each other!

Contact Us:

Marist Youth USA

PO Box 197

Esopus, NY 12429

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