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France 2009 Visit to St Joan of Arc... Visitamos: S. Monfort en Saint Laurent sur Sevre, S. Juana de Arco en Rouen, S. Martín y el Oratorio de la Santa Faz del V. Dupont en Tours, S. Ana d'Aurey, N.…More
France 2009 Visit to St Joan of Arc...

Visitamos: S. Monfort en Saint Laurent sur Sevre, S. Juana de Arco en Rouen, S. Martín y el Oratorio de la Santa Faz del V. Dupont en Tours, S. Ana d'Aurey, N.Sra. de Pontmain, N.Sra. de Poitiers, S. Magdalena en Vezelay, Bourges, el hospital de Beaune, Rennes, los castillos del río Loire, Sta. Isabel de la Trinidad en Dijon...
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✍️ In 2009 we venerated St. Joan of Arc in Rouen 👏
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Q PADRISSIMO !!! 👏
QUE AFORTUNADA DE VERDAD

EL TRATADO DE LA VERDADERA DEVOCION
ALA VIRGEN ME ENCANTA!
A LOS 20 AñOS EMPESE A HACER LA DEVOCION CON LAS
CADENAS O GRILLETES SABES?
LUEGO TE CUENTO

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www.corazones.org/santos/luis_montfort.htm
LUIS MARÍA GRIGNION DE MONTFORT
1673 - 1716.
Fiesta: 28 de abril
"Ad Jesum Per Mariam"
Por SCTJM

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Venerable Leo Dupont

Leo Dupont, Holy Man of Tours
Apostle of the Holy Face
Born
1797
Died
1876
Tours, France
Venerated in
Roman Catholic Church
Feast
December 1

Venerable Leo Dupont (1797 – †1876), also known…More
www.corazones.org/santos/luis_montfort.htm
LUIS MARÍA GRIGNION DE MONTFORT
1673 - 1716.
Fiesta: 28 de abril
"Ad Jesum Per Mariam"
Por SCTJM

en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php

Venerable Leo Dupont

Leo Dupont, Holy Man of Tours
Apostle of the Holy Face
Born
1797
Died
1876
Tours, France
Venerated in
Roman Catholic Church
Feast
December 1

Venerable Leo Dupont (1797 – †1876), also known as "The Holy Man of Tours," or the "Apostle of the Holy Face", was a religious figure in the Roman Catholic faith who helped spread various Catholic devotions such as the devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus and nightly Eucharistic Adoration. He has been declared Venerable by the Holy See during the pontificate of Pope Pius XII and currently awaits Beatification.[1]
www.holyfacedevotion.com/timeline.htm
1843-1847: Sister Mary of St. Peter, a Carmelite nun in Tours France experiences a series of revelations from Our Lord about a powerful devotion He wished to be established worldwide - the devotion to His Holy Face. The express purpose of this devotion was to make reparation for the numerous blasphemies and profanities taking place in the world but was also established as a means through which we can all appeal to God for anything we wish.

The devotion revealed by Our Lord to Sister Mary of St. Peter consists primarily of reciting the "Golden Arrow Prayer" and the "Litany of the Holy Face" (as seen on our Devotion page). It also consists of some additional prayers said with a chaplet (or small rosary) and wearing of a Holy Face Cross engraved with the words "Blessed be the Name of God" on the front and "Begone, Satan!" on the back.

1849: Shortly after the death of Sister Mary of St. Peter, Pope Pius IX ordered public prayers be offered in all churches in Rome to implore God's mercy on the Papal States due to revolution occurring at the time. As part of these public prayers, a three-day exposition of the relic of Veronica's veil was held for public veneration at St. Peter's Basilica. On the third day of the showing, a miracle occurred through which Our Lord's face on the veil became very distinct and glowed with a soft light. The Canons of the Basilica ordered the bells rung at sight of the miracle, which attracted crowds of people. The miracle lasted for three hours, and was attested to by an apostolic notary during the incident.

That same evening etchings and representations of the effigy were made and touched to the relic of Veronica's veil and later sent abroad. Afterward, a custom was introduced where copies of the veil were sent to Rome to be touched to the original veil, making them objects of special devotion. These copies are typically noted to have stamps and/or wax authenticating seals in the lower corner, indicating it was touched to the original veil. Here are links to high resolution framed and unframed photos of one of these 3rd class relics. There are more copies of these images on our Holy Face Images page as well. Feel free to have any of these images printed to assist you with practicing the Holy Face devotion.
1849-1876: Two of the relics were sent to Leo Dupont who continued the Holy Face devotion on his own throughout the rest of his life until 1876. Leo Dupont hung one of these images in his parlor and kept a crystal oil lamp in front of it, lit continuously as a sign of veneration. Soon afterward miracles of healings started to occur to those who said the devotional prayers ("Golden Arrow Prayer", the "Litany of the Holy Face") with Leo Dupont in front of his Holy Face image, and who anointed themselves with the oil from his lamp. These miracles continued for 30 years and were so numerous that Pope Pius IX declared Leo Dupont to be perhaps one of the greatest miracle workers in Church history!
The fact that so many first class miracles occurred through this devotion attests to the authenticity of the revelations from Our Lord to Sister Mary of St. Peter.
1885: While devotion to the Holy Face of Jesus has always existed in some form or another, these revelations and miraculous occurrences lead to this special devotion being established by Pope Leo XIII as an archconfraternity; and contrary to custom, He immediately established it for the ENTIRE WORLD.
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Oratory_of_the_Holy_Face