Confraternity of the Rosary for Sick and Handicapped Pilgrims to Lourdes
1982 Washington DC USA
1982, Washington DC (USA).
Provide religious, educational, scientific and charitable assistance; increase knowledge of and foster devotion to the Blessed Virgin, the Mother of Christ, through reading and study of Holy Scriptures and the writings and data concerning the Shrine of Lourdes in France; stimulate devotion to the Blessed Virgin by interest in the Shrine of Lourdes and more particularly its upkeep, safety and accessibility to all infirm and disabled persons and contribute money, other property or services to Lourdes for such purposes; promote pilgrimages to Lourdes and assist ill, infirm and disabled persons during pilgrimages by nursing, medical, hospital or other necessary attendance and by financial assistance to ill, infirm and disabled persons who cannot afford the full cost of the journey to and from Lourdes; conduct or sponsor lectures and presentations by tape, film, slides, literature and the like to foster the interest in the Blessed Virgin and in Lourdes and therefore to renew the enthusiasm among persons no longer able to visit the Shrine of Lourdes.
Annual Meeting: Board of Directors; Officers: President, Vice-President, Treasurer and Secretary.
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