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The Town of Cerdon in Early Society of Mary History

by the Editor Fr Jean-Claude Colin at Cerdon The town of Cerdon was a journey of some 20 hours from Lyons by stage coach in Fr Colin’s time. The town is about 70 kilometres north-east of Lyons, and much the same distance south-west of Geneva. Since Roman times the road between Lyons and Geneva, important […]

Jean-Claude Colin, Reluctant Founder 1790-1875

By Justin Taylor SM A Great Book about a Great Man The 2009 General Chapter of the Society of Mary instructed the General Administration “to explore the possibility of re-opening the cause of the beatification of Jean-Claude Colin.” A scholarly biography is part of the response to that remit. The then Superior General, Fr John […]

Icon: Our Lady of Tenderness

Icon of Our Lady of Tenderness, She who points the way, was commissioned in 2012 “for the work of Mary” AMDG & DGH and is privately owned. It was written at the Studio of John the Baptist, Auckland, New Zealand – www.sacredart.co.nz and was blessed and anointed for grace, healing and blessing. The Icon is available […]