Montligeon Prayer Groups

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Groupe de prière Notre-Dame de Montligeon
Groupe de prière Notre-Dame de Montligeon

Amounting to 900, spread across 45 countries,  Montligeon Prayer Groups (MGP) are like extensions of the Shrine. Tangible signs of its spiritual mission of praying for souls, especially the most neglected, they are called to become true schools of hope.

Founded on 3 essentials: prayer, training, charitable endeavours

Praying for souls

With their respective parish priests’ consent, groups of prayer affiliated to Our Lady of Montligeon Fraternity meet on a regular basis, – either weekly or monthly – and pray for souls in union with the shrine’s mission. Praying the Rosary of Our Lady of Montligeon is at the core of their meetings. At their disposal, special meditations provided by Montligeon Shrine, together with the Prayer to Our Lady of Deliverance, often said to close the prayer assembly.


Members of associated MGP are invited to develop their faith understanding, especially with regards to eternal life. Purposely organized training sessions are offered at the Shrine, or by means of “Montligeon Missions” at national or international level.

Charitable endeavours

Members of the Montligeon Prayer Groups are often engaged in additional substantial charitable undertakings, such as joining in their parish funeral team, or volunteering in hospitals, homes for the elderly etc.


United but not uniformed

Locally embedded

From there, MGP develop as they wish according to their cultural and social environment, responding to the needs and expectations of their fellow citizens, always taking into account the different kinds of people composing the prayer group and thus, adapting accordingly, to include and be grasped by all present (youngsters, the elderly, etc.)

Multiplicity is valued

The Fraternity of Our Lady of Montligeon is an international prayer soladity. Its numerous prayer groups are most varied in size and kind. For example, some choose to specifically pray for the souls of deceased prisoners and for people who have committed suicide, others lead a weekly Rosary prayer for departed souls, on a local Catholic radio network, etc.


For further information on setting up a Montligeon prayer group, please email us:


Joining in or establishing a MPG

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To start a Montligeon Prayer Group

Questions about initiating a MPG? Do not hesitate to contact us, We’ll be glad to help and support you with it.

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