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Blessed Mother, pray for us.St. Michael the Archangel, protect us.Sts. Francis, Montfort, Ignatius, Benedict,and all the saints of our Charism, pray for us.

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He who wants to win the world for Christmust have the courage to come into conflict with it.--Blessed Titus Brandsma

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Legion of St. Michael Holy Days

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Solemnity of St. Montfort




Commemoration of OLSM Consecration (1994)



Feast of St. Dymphna



Memorial of St. Joan of Arc




Memorial of St. John the Baptist (birth)

This is a Papal Fidelity Site, loyal and obedient to the current Pope, Vicar of Christ, and to the magisterium in union with him. The members of the Order of the Legion of St. Michael, take an Oath of Fidelity upon their profession.

Disclaimer:The Order of the Legion of St. Michael is currently not officially recognized by any ecclesiastical authority. We are, however, a defacto Association of the Christian Faithful established under canon 215 of the Code of Canon Law of the Catholic Church and according to Canon Law may exist either with or without ecclesiastical recognition.
Specifically, the Order of the Legion of St. Michael is is an independent prayer and faith covenant community of Catholics called to Secular, Semi-Eremitic, and Monastic Expressions brought together by private agreement amongst ourselves to privately pursue holiness, perfection, and the apostolate (as allowed by Canons 215, 298-299) under vows of the Evangelical Counsels privately offered according to one's state-in-life.
To preserve its independence and objectivity in pursing its apostolates of Internet Missions, spiritual warfare and the fight against the plausibility that infects our Church, all of which tends to create controversies, of which is to be expected when defending the Truth and the Church without compromise, the Legion has chosen not to seek ecclesiastical recognition at this time.
The Legion is a non-profit unincorporated Association. All members, staff and volunteers of the Legion are Catholics in good standing who strive to conform to the teaching and laws of the Church and who express and practice loyalty and obedience to the Pope and the Magisterium in union with him.
The Order of the Legion of St. Michael fully submits to the authentic teaching authority of the Pope and Magisterium of the Catholic Church, to Canon Law, and to the proper law of the Church as it applies to Associations of the Christian Faithful. The Order of the Legion of St. Michael is not formally associated with any diocese and does not speak for the Church.

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