Solemnities

La commémoration des fidèles défunts par saint Odilon
Origin of the celebration of All Souls Day

Every year, the day after All Saints Day, on 2nd November, the Roman Catholic Church calls to pray for the deceased. This feast in commemoration of the faithful departed, is usually called the “Day of the dead”. How did it come about? Its instigation relates […]

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2022 Eastertide at the shrine of Montligeon

For the 2022 Eastertide at the shrine of Montligeon: see detailed schedule below. You are most welcome to come at all times and participate in the celebrations taking place at the shrine. For Easter, come and stay at the shrine, and experience the final Lenten […]

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Consecration of Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary

Pope Francis will consecrate Russia and Ukraine to the Immaculate Heart of Mary on Friday, March 25 2022 at 17:00 Rome time. The shrine of Montligeon will unite in this prayer and calls you to join in at the basilica of the shrine, at 17:00 […]

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Pilgrimage to Saint Joseph in Montligeon

On March 19, the shrine of Montligeon celebrates the solemnity of Saint Joseph with a day pilgrimage during which, the ex-votos ordered by pilgrims and set in the basilica in gratitude to St Joseph will be blessed. Come to St Joseph, to thank him for […]

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On November 2nd, we pray for the dead

On November 2nd, we pray for the dead. Let us all be in communion and pray for the dead. It is neither too late nor ever useless to do so. On November 2nd, we pray for the dead. For what reason does the Church celebrate […]

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The significance of All Saints Day

On 1st November, the Roman Catholic Church celebrates All Saints Day. In a world at a loss for meaning, what is the significance of All Saints Day? What is the significance of All Saints Day? We live in a world at a loss for meaning. […]

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