The Spirit of Mary Victrix

The Spirit of Lepanto is greater than the history in which it is rooted. The recounting of the historic of battle that took place on October 7, 1571 lends itself to the genre epic literature.  The events of that day call for … Continue reading

A New Fire for Mary without Spot

In the previous article entitled: “Men of Honor: Masculinity and Faith“, we discussed the absence of men from moral and spiritual leadership in their families and in the Church. This, we said, was due to the denial of any real … Continue reading

The Holy Grail of Pope Francis: Our Lady of Lujan and Undoer of Knots

An Argentinian silversmith, Juan Carlos Pallarols, is handcrafting a simple silver chalice for Pope Francis, which will be embossed with two images of the Blessed Mother:  Our Lady of Lujan, an Argentinian image of the Immaculate Conception, associated with a 17th … Continue reading

St. Maximilian: Knight of the Immaculate

Happy Solemnity of St. Maximilian (for our institute the celebration is a solemnity) and of the Assumption.  I am in Indiana and will begin a retreat for the members of our MIM this evening on the spirituality of St. Maximilian … Continue reading

Knights of the Patronage

All right, so I will now get back to more edifying business. I have given everyone more than a piece of my mind on the question of the election, as have also some of you who have commented here. I … Continue reading

Charism and Spirituality

The Knights of Holy Mary Victrix at Lepanto is a specific group for men only within the Mission of the Immaculate Mediatrix cenacle, inspired by St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe’s militant spirit of Marian devotion, modeled on the ancient military orders … Continue reading

What are the degrees of membership?

Members of the MIM are known as “Missionaries of the Immaculate Mediatrix,” and belong to the movement according to one of three ascending degrees: those who are missionaries simply on the basis of unlimited consecration to the Immaculate those who … Continue reading