Our Lady of Guadalupe. In 1531, Mary appeared to Juan Diego in what is now Mexico City. She left a miraculous image of herself on the robe (tilma) he was wearing, which survives to this day and can be seen in the magnificent basilica in Mexico City, which is visited by 20 million pilgrims per year. Scientists are unable to explain the image or how it got there. The medal is a reproduction of the image on the tilma (Mexico) (December 12th).
Our Lady of Lourdes In 1858 the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Bernadette Soubirous. On March 25 Mary told Bernadette "I am the Immaculate Conception". The Shrine today is visited by millions and is the source of a miraculous spring of water. The scene of the apparition is depicted on the medal. Bodily Ills (February 11th)
Our Lady of Fatima In 1917, the Virgin Mary appeared on six consecutive months to three children; Lucia , Francisco, and Jacinta. At the last appearance on October 13th, in front of 70,000 people, she worked the great miracle of the sun, saying on that day, " I am the Lady of the Rosary."
Scapular Medal. In 1251, the Virgin Mary appeared to St. Simon Stock and told him "Whosoever dies clothed in this (scapular) shall not suffer eternal fire." On the back of the medal is a picture of the Sacred heart (normally required if a medal is to be considered a Scapular medal).
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