The 2019 General Annual Reunion was held on December 8th at Mary Queen of Peace. In addition to the Legion Prayers, Father Kevin Estabrook gave a presentation on being "Warriors for Mary". Thank you to Mary Queen of Peace for hosting this wonderful event.
ROSARY COAST TO COAST NEAR YOU
On Sunday October 13, 2019 promptly at 4:00 the whole United States and part of Europe will pray the rosary. Locally, you can pray with the faithful at:
- Mary Queen of Peace Parish (4423 Pearl Road, Cleveland)
- St. Raphael Parish (525 Dover Center Road)
- St. Joseph, Avon Lake
- Holy Trinity, Avon
- Sts. Robert and William, Euclid
-St. Sebastian, Akron
and many others! For more information, and to find a coast-to-coast near you, go to https://rosarycoasttocoast.com/rosary-coast-to-coast-map/
After Eucharistic exposition, the Legion processed down East 9th following the Legion Standard depicting the Holy Spirit (as a Dove), Mary and the Whole World! Bishop Perez shared words of encouragement after the procession. Rosary and Legion prayers were prayed. It was an inspiring day, filled with our Lady and the Wonderful Counselor, the Holy Spirit.
The Legion Standard
Bishop Perez Addressing the Legion of Mary
Exposition of the Blessed Sacrament
The Legion of Mary Altar; uniform around the world
The Legion faithful heading out to process!
Click on the Link for a full set of photographs of the event!
From the Legion of Mary Concilium - An approved addition to the Daily prayers!
Legionaries should now add St. Raphael in the Concluding Legion Prayers, along with St. Michael and St. Gabriel.
On June first, eighty-four legionaries attended the Legion of Mary Congress co-hosted by the Cleveland West Comitium, the Akron Central Curia, and the Cleveland East Curia. The daylong event was held at Mary Queen Peace Church in Cleveland. The day started with Holy Mass, and proceeded on with five discussion sessions. Each session focused on the legionary goal of converting those outside the Church to the Catholic Faith. There was emphasis on personal growth in holiness, and a call to action in our world so desperately in need of hope. Attendees enjoyed breakfast and lunch, and became acquainted with other legionaries throughout Northeast Ohio. Father Baugh, the spiritual director of the Cleveland East Curia, and Father Brown, the spiritual director of Mary Queen of Peace praesidium, celebrated Mass and led the attendees in prayer. Father Baugh gave inspiring opening and closing talks, asking if we had all the food needed to feed the world, would we not work as hard as we could to get that food to starving people? And since we have the bread of life needed to feed the spiritually starving, what keeps us from working to our maximum every day to spread the message of Jesus Christ? As usual, the day began and ended with the Legion prayers, as attendees asked for the blessing and protection of our Blessed Mother. Our next Comitium-wide event will be a Eucharistic Procession at St. John Cathedral in downtown Cleveland on September 7 at noon.
The Legion of Mary Congress is a one day event designed to expand your Legionary skills and expertise. The day includes 5 seminars on Legion Topics. There will be our Legion Prayers and Rosary said, along with an .opportunity to attend Mass at 8:00 AM before morning sessions. The Congress will be held at Mary Queen of Peace Church on Saturday June the 1st.
Below you will find the agenda, required readings, and seminar topics.
To register your attendance, you can click HERE.
This years' Acies was held on Sunday, March 24th at St. Ignatius of Antioch church. Their Legion Praesidium, "Our Lady of sorrows" graciously hosted the event for those re-consecrating themselves to Mary. Once again with our Blessed Mother's help and guidance, we are ready to "go into battle" for the salvation of souls.
Members of the Cleveland Comitium, Legion of Mary.