Study important perspectives on one of the Church’s most important saints—Mary. This collection includes a wide range of texts, from classics by St. Louis de Montfort and St. Alphonsus Ligouri to contemporary works by Scott Hahn and Edward Sri. Enjoy spiritual insights on the rosary, learn the theological significance of the Immaculate Conception, the Virgin Birth, and the Assumption, and study the mystery behind the Theotokos—the Mother of God.
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Louis-Marie Grignion de Montfort (1673–1716) was a Catholic priest, missionary, and writer. He was ordained in 1700 at St. Sulpice in Paris. Wanting to become a missionary to Canada, he sought the approval of his bishop but was advised to remain in France. So he traveled throughout France, preaching against Jansenism and spreading devotion to Mary and her Son. He founded three religious orders, the Daughters of Wisdom, the Missionaries of the Company of Mary, and the Brothers of St. Gabriel. He died peacefully on April 28, 1716, in St. Laurent-sur-Sèvre. He was canonized as a Roman Catholic Saint in 1947, and is a candidate consideration to become a Doctor of the Church.