Missio Immaculatae

An international bimonthly Marian Catechetical-Missionary magazine dedicated to propagating knowledge and love of the Blessed Virgin Mary.

What’s Inside?

You will find articles which will help increase your understanding and love of the Blessed Virgin Mary as the Immaculate Mother, Queen, Mediatrix, and Coredemptrix.
All content is faithful to the Magisterium of the Catholic Church.
Our thought provoking articles are contributed by Marian experts.
Each issue of the Missio is filled with beautiful, inspiring images.
Accessible pricing in order to help foster widespread distribution.

The Presentation of Mary: An Historical Event?

The Church presently celebrates the Presentation of Mary (as distinct from that of Jesus) as a liturgical memorial on November 21. Our main source of knowledge of this event, apart from the liturgy, lies in aprocryphal writings which the Church has rejected as not...

The Marian-Franciscan Legacy of Fr. Peter Damian Fehlner

 “Mary kept all these words,  pondering them in her heart.” “Whatsoever he shall say to you,  do ye.” Christus unus omnium Magister. De Maria numquam satis.   These passages from St. Luke, St. John, St. Bonaventure and St. Bernard express the heart of Fr....

Blessed Conchita (Concepción Cabrera de Armida) – Part 3

The great mystics of the Church are famed for allowing the Holy Spirit to reproduce the lives of Jesus and Mary in their souls. For Conchita, reproducing faithfully the interior life of Mary, as she was called to do, meant entering into the mystery of Our Lady’s...

The Annunciation: A Commentary on Luke 1:26-29

At the Annunciation, Mary, the “full of grace,” the creature beloved by God in a singular way, responded to God’s saving plan for her in a likewise unheralded manner, when she joined her “yes” to the “yes” of the Word who took flesh in her womb in obedience to...

Our Lady of Monte Berico

At the foot of the Vicentine Alps in northeastern Italy is a popular Shrine commem-orating the fifteenth-century apparition of Our Lady, who interceded to save the region from a virulent pestilence. Centuries later, she intervened once again to protect the area from...

The Venerable Conchita (Concepción Cabrera de Armida) — Part 1

Among the ranks of little-known but gigantic saintly figures is Conchita, a laywoman and mystic who lived during the troubled years of the Mexican persecutions of the twentieth century. Hers was a sublime participation in Mary’s spiritual maternity, especially in...

Mary to the Moon!

The moon has often been seen as a symbol of the Virgin Mary—as the moon does not generate light of its own, but reflects the light of the sun, so the Virgin reflects and participates in the glory of God. Similarly, as the moon is, in our own day, increasingly...

Mary, the Visitrix

The visit of Our Lady to St. Elizabeth, narrated by St. Luke in his Gospel, is the model for every visit she makes to her spiritual children and an enduring sign of her maternal presence in the Church. She comes to bring us Christ and, with Him, divine grace. Are we...

“A Great Sign Appeared in the Sky”

Missio Immaculatae International is pleased to present a special report on the solemn re-consecration of Nigeria to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, made by the country’s bishops in union with thousands of faithful in Benin City, Nigeria, on October 13, 2017, one...

A Marian Respect for the Clergy

By her practice of perfect obedience, piety, prudence and charity even in the face of the unjust exercise of authority, the Virgin Mary, united with her Son in the work of the Redemption, has not only given us an example to imitate, but also reserved for us the grace...
St. Maximilian Kolbe
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This was the standard by which St. Maximilian Kolbe ensured quality control for his Marian Magazine and it is the standard we strive to maintain at Missio Immaculatae.

Get to know your Mother...

“When you start reading something on the Immaculate, do not forget that at that moment you come into contact with a living being, who loves you, who is pure, without stain… She will reveal herself to you through the phrases that you read and will convey to you thoughts, convictions, feelings that the author himself could not possibly even imagine.”
– St. Maximilian Mary Kolbe

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