The Association of the Miraculous Medal is also located elsewhere in America
and throughout the world.
The Chapel of the Apparitions in Paris is a haven for pilgrims from all over the world. (This page is in English, Spanish, French, Portuguese, and Italian).
- The International Association of the
Miraculous Medal maintains a web
site for Association Leaders around the world with documents, formation
materials, etc. This site is in English, French, and Spanish.
- The Association
of the Miraculous Medal in Switzerland.This web site is in
The Congregation of the Mission (Vincentians)—The Association
of the Miraculous Medal is an apostolate of the Vincentian priests and brothers. These links take you to the Western Province web site and the sites of some
of its ministries.
- The Congregation of
the Mission Western Province tells about the Vincentian priests and brothers
in the Western Province. Look here also for information on Saint Vincent and on vocations.
- Catholic Home Study Service offers free religious instruction by mail. It is
located near the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.
- Vincentian Parish Mission
Center has information not only on parish missions, but on the Vincentian
community and on vocations.
- De Paul University
is the largest Catholic University in the United States. It has a strong commitment
to personal interest in its students and to public service.
- The Association is located within St. Vincent de Paul Parish in Perryville, Missouri.
Vincentian Family includes the Association of the Miraculous Medal.
- The Worldwide Vincentian
Family web site aims at bringing together in one place all the news,
information, and resources related to the Vincentian Family that are presently
available on various sites throughout the World Wide Web.
- For information on Saint Vincent and for other interesting links, also
visit The Vincentian
Center at St. John's University.
of Charity West Central Province, headquartered in Saint Louis, Missouri,
USA. For more information on this community founded by Saint Vincent de Paul,
and the province here, check their web site.
- The National VMY--USA and the international Vincentian
Marian Youth (JMV) are associations
of young people, approved by the Vatican, whose focus is to follow in the footsteps
of Jesus Christ, Evangelizer of the Poor, with the Virgin Mary as our guide
and St. Vincent de Paul as mentor.
- The mission of the Gateway Vincentian Volunteers program is to provide young adults with an experience of living in community and working with the poor in the spirit of St. Vincent DePaul, whose life's work was dedicated to serving the poor and needy.
- The Colorado Vincentian Volunteers are a community of faith and action that responds to the Gospel call in the spirit of St. Vincent de Paul. We are young men and women, ages 22-30, who serve Denver's poor, elderly, homeless, developmentally disabled and troubled youth.
Web Sites about Mary
- The University of Dayton Library is home to the Marian Research Institute.
Their Mary Page
web site is a treasure of information on the Virgin Mary. Take a look!
- The Passionists have a special section of their web site which tells the
Mary. Here you will find the life of Mary as told in the Bible and in
- The Militia of the Immaculata
(MI), an international evangelization movement founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe
in 1917 that encourages total consecration to the Immaculate Virgin Mary as
means of spiritual renewal for all individuals and society, as well as the
Catholic Shrines—USA Visit these web sites for information
about other Catholic shrines in the United States.
Catholic Development Conference--The Association of the Miraculous Medal
is a founding member of the National
Catholic Development Conference (NCDC). This organization of Catholic fund-raisers
promotes professional standards of integrity and accountability among its members.
Relevant Radio You may view live, by podcast, and by internet.
Listen to Fr. Luke's Relevant Radio Broadcast from November 25th
Luke, Spiritual Director and Mary Gail Reding, the
Association’s Development Director was on Relevant Radio November 25th.
Relevant Radio is a national Catholic Radio station. Fr.
Luke and Mary
Gail discussed the story of the Miraculous Medal and how to
become a member of our Lady’s Association in Perryville,
MO. You can
listen to the broadcast by clicking here.