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Militia Immaculatae

The Militia Immaculatae, or Knights of the Immaculata, is a worldwide Marian movement for the conversion of non-Catholics and the sanctification of Catholics, under the patronage and through the mediation of the Immaculate Virgin. It was founded by St. Maximilian Kolbe in 1917 as a transcendental movement to raise and include all Marian movements in response to the terrible forces arrayed against the Church in our times.

The Militia Immaculata has been chosen by the District Superior of Asia as a powerful instrument to sanctify the souls in his care and to raise up vocations for Holy Mother the Church. It is a goal of the District that every one of the faithful becomes a member of the Militia Immaculatae. more on MI

Archconfraternity of St. Stephen

The Guild of St Stephen is an International Organization of Altar Servers founded in England in 1904 by Father Hamilton McDonald when he formed a Society of Altar Servers at the Convent of the Sacred Heart in London. In 1905, Pope Pius X gave his approbation to the Canonical establishment of the Guild at Westminster Cathedral and in 1906, the Sacred Congregation of Rites made the Guild an Archconfraternity prima primaria enabling all the parish branches to be linked with it. The Guild spread, and in 1934, Pope Pius XI enabled all Guilds of Altar Servers throughout the British Commonwealth to be affiliated with the Archconfraternity at Westminster.

Legion of Mary (LOM)

On 7 September 1921, Frank Duff established the Legion of Mary in Dublin, Ireland as an association of catholic laity united in common devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary.  It is the largest apostolic organization of Catholic laity in the world with more than three million active members worldwide. Duff hoped that the Legion of Mary would help Catholics to life their baptismal promises in an organization united by fraternity and prayer.  Initially membership was reserved to women and men, other than Frank Duff himself, did not join the Legion until 1929. Life in Dublin had made him familiar with the struggles of the poor and saw a need for Catholics to offer and see material as well as spiritual nourishment. Members are devoted to the Spiritual Works of Mercy through providing aid to all those in need both Catholic and non-Catholic.  Members are also encouraged to practice the Marian devotion exemplified by St. Louis de Monfort.

Apostles of Mary (AOM)

...a Catholic League of young Filipinos. This League is rooted in a deep spirit of Faith in the Catholic Church and recognizes the Priestly Society of Saint Pius X as the legitimate authority that it has to directly obey in the Church in this time of uncertainty. As a consequence, this League receives the designation of its chaplains from the same Priestly Society. As a lay Catholic League, it obeys the laws of the Catholic Church and its General Chaplain. A perfect obedience is a promise of great benediction.


     Like the Church, the Apostles of Mary is essentially a missionary League. The members have the profound conviction that all the efficacy of their apostolic action flows from the Most Holy Sacrifice of the Mass, which feeds their interior life and their works. They collaborate with the teaching Church, but they have no power, as they don’t participate to the teaching power. They are the continuation of the teaching power of the clergy and are like “loud speakers” of the Church.

Our Lady of Victories Church 2 Cannon Road New Manila Quezon City Philippines 1112