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Immaculate Conception, Solemnity of the

Solemnity of the Immaculate Conception

December 8

– Compiled under the direction of Father Johann Roten, S.M.

This index of material included in the All About Mary website, brings together resources that pertain to this feast. Additional resources may also be available by using the provided search tools.


Prayer to Immaculata
Source: St. Maximilian Kolbe's "Prayer of Total Consecration"
See: Prayer to Immaculata

Various Chaplets
Includes chaplet of the Immaculate Conception
See: Rosaries and Chaplets: Various Kinds


What are the fifteen symbols of the Immaculata represented on the famous tapestry of Our Lady in Reims, France? See: Reims Tapestry, Symbols on

Pedem Virginis Timeo, I Dread the Virgin's Foot; The Immaculata is victorious over the dragon symbolizing evil, etc. See: Immaculate Conception Emblems


See: Immaculate Conception Poetry


What can you tell me about Mary as Patroness of America? See: America, Patroness of

On December 8 we celebrate the Immaculate Conception, not only as Catholics but also as Americans. See: Theological Significance of the Immaculate Conception

Image shown: Immaculate Conception, José Antolínez

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