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Our Lady of Sorrows

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This feast dates back to the twelfth century. It was especially promoted by the Cistercians and the Servites, so much so that in the Fourteenth and Fifteenth centuries it was widely celebrated throughout the Catholic church. In 1913 Pope Pius X fixed the date on September 15. The title "Our Lady of Sorrows" focuses on Mary's intense suffering during the passion and death of Christ. The Seven Dolours, the title by which it was celebrated in the 17th century, referred to the seven swords that pierced the Heart of Mary.

The Seven Sorrows of the Virgin Mary

Click on each Sorrow - Prayer


1.
The Prophesy of Simeon. (Luke 2: 34, 35)

2. The Flight into Egypt. (Matthew 2: 13-14)

3. The Loss of the Child Jesus in Jerusalem. (Luke 2: 43-45)

4. The Meeting of Jesus and Mary on the Way of the Cross. (Luke 23: 27)

5. The Crucifixion. (John 19: 18-27)

6. The Taking Down of the Body of Jesus from the Cross. (Mark 15: 43-46)

7. The Burial of Jesus. (John 19: 38-42)