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 Virgin Shall Give Birth: The Road to the Dogmatic Definition

The perpetual virginity of Mary is a dogma of the Catholic Faith which is intimately linked to the mystery of Christ’s Incarnation and Birth and which underlines His two natures, human and divine. The preaching and writing of various popes and early Church Fathers...

The Marian Issue in the Church Today According to Peter Damian Fehlner Part 8

In this my final commentary on the brilliant paper that Father Peter Damian Fehlner delivered at Fatima on May 7, 2005,1 I hope to wrap up my analysis of this extraordinary document. I will not have exhausted it, but I hope to have rendered it more accessible to the...

The Marian Issue in the Church Today According to Peter Damian Fehlner Part 7

In this installment of The Marian Issue in the Church Today, Msgr. Calkins continues to unpack the prophetic teachings of the late Fr. Peter Damian Fehlner, this time with a focus on the subtle reasoning present in certain Church circles today purporting the...

Eckbert of Schoenau: The First Prayer
to the “Immaculate Heart of Mary”

To the 12th century Benedictine Abbot, Eckbert of Schoenau, is attributed the first written prayer to the Immaculate Heart of Mary. In it, Our Lady’s Heart is compared to many Old Testament symbols and images: as the “holy of holies,” the “ark of sanctification,” the...

The Marriage of Saint Joseph and the Blessed Virgin Mary, and the Mystery of the Redemptive Incarnation

The Incarnation of the Son of God was made possible through the consent of the Blessed Virgin Mary at the Annunciation, who was already legally espoused to St. Joseph, but prior to their living together.  In order to have a correct understanding of the marriage of...

The Marian Issue in the Church Today According to Peter Damian Fehlner, Part 5

According to the penetrating insights of Fr. Peter Damian Fehlner, the crisis in the Church today requires the faithful to live with a faith matching the Fiat of the Virgin, in the spirit of prayer and penance-reparation, that is, in a coredemptive spirit, and in...

Ave Verum Corpus: From Theology to Prayer and Back Again

At Christmas, the Son of God was born of the Virgin Mary. This mystery has an intimate connection with the mystery of the Eucharist, one celebrated in the hymn that begins Ave verum Corpus natum de Maria Virgine: “Hail, true Body, born of the Virgin Mary.” The hymn...

Tota Pulchra, O Maria!

For centuries, the ancient Gregorian chant Tota Pulchra has been the joyful hymn with which the Church, and in particular the Franciscan Order, greets Mary, calling to mind the Mystery of the Immaculate Conception. This hymn of veneration, from the Church’s lips,...

The Fundamentally Marian Imagination of J.R.R. Tolkein

“The Lord of the Rings is of course a fundamentally religious and Catholic work; unconsciously so at first, but consciously in the revision. That is why I have not put in, or have cut out, practically all references to anything like ‘religion’, to cults or practices,...

The Marian Issue in the Church Today According to Peter Damian Fehlner

By God’s design, Mary is united with her Son Jesus in the work of our salvation, not in a passive way, but by her active cooperation. This is why Mary is said to “occupy center stage” in our redemption—not substituting for or replacing Jesus, but never separated from...
St. Maximilian Kolbe
“Do not write anything that could not be signed by the Virgin Mary”
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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