The St. Benedict Medal is attached without charge.
It contains tthe exorcism blessings as prescribed in
the oblate of St. Benedict handbook.
Blessings and investiture by any Priest.
(Rite now assigned to all priests by the head of various orders.)
The Five-Folds :
|Blessing and Investiture:
V. Our help is in the name of the Lord.
R. Who made heaven and earth.
V. The lord be with you.
R. And also with you.
Lord Jesus Christ, head over all the faithful and savior of the human race, who has condescended to clothe Thyself with our wounded nature, we beg Thee of Thine innumerable goodness to bless + and sanctify these garments, designed in homage to the most Blessed Trinity, as well as in memory of Thy most bitter passion, and in honor of the Virgin Mother of God, under the title of the Immaculate Conception, Our Lady of Sorrows and Our Lady of Mt. Carmel.
Grant that they who may be invested therewith may deserve, through the intercession of thy Blessed Mother, likewise to clothe themselves in body and soul, with Thee, for salvation, who livest and reignest, world without end. Amen.
(The priest then sprinkles the scapulars with Holy Water) and invests each one individually holding their scapular over them (he may use one scapular for all if they don't have one) and saying the following once for all in common.
1. Receive the habit of the Order of The Most Holy Trinity unto an increase of Faith, Hope, and Charity, that you may put on the new man, created in the likeness of God, in holiness and righteousness.
2. Receive the Scapular of the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, so that having laid aside the old man and put on the new, you may wear it worthily and come to Life Everlasting.
3. Receive the Scapular of the devoted clients of the Blessed Virgin Mary, conceived without sin, that by her intercession you may be cleansed from every defilement and attain Life Everlasting.
4. Receive the Scapular of the devoted Servants of Our Lady of the Seven Dolors, so that, through diligent meditation on her sorrows, you may be imbued in heart and body with the Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ, and always remain steadfast in your devotion.
5. Receive the habit of the Society and Confraternity of Our Lady of Mount Carmel, beseeching the Most Holy Virgin, that through her merits you may wear it without stain, and be protected by her from all adversity and brought to the joys of Life Everlastng.
By the faculty delegated to me by the Holy See, I receive you as partakers of all the spiritual favors of these Orders and Congregations, as well as the Indulgences granted by privilege of the Holy See to the aforesaid Scapulars. In the name of The Father,+ and of The Son,+ and of The Holy + Spirit. R. Amen.
V. Preserve Thy Servants. R. Who trust in Thee, my God.
V. Send them aid, Lord, from on high. And from Sion watch over them.
V. Be Thou unto them a mighty fortress. R. In the face of the enemy.
V. Let the enemy be powerless against them. R. And the son of iniquity do nothing to harm them.
V. O Lord, hear my prayer. R. And let my cry come unto Thee.
V. The Lord be with you. R. And with thy spirit.
Bow down, O lord, to our supplications, and deign to bless+them on whom we have conferred the sacred habits in Thy name. May they cooperate with Thy grace, and thus deserve to attain Life Everlasting. Through Christ our Lord.
May the blessings of Almighty God, + Father, Son, and Holy Spirit come upon you and remain for all time.
Taken from the Roman Ritual Volume II. Nihil Obstat: Stephen Anderi, Censor Librorum. Imprimatur:+Joannes P. Troacy, S.T.D. Episcopus Crossensis 18 June 1950)
In 1190, St. John of Matha, a Spaniard, was saying his first holy Mass, when he saw over the altar the figure of an angel wearing a white robe, with a blue and red cross on the breast and the shoulder. This became the habit of the order of The Holy Trinity. (White Scapular)
In 1240, the Blessed Virgin appeared to seven prominent citizens of Florence who bound themselves by vow to honor the Mother of God in her sorrows. She handed them the Black habit of the Servites and said,"...these garments shall be to you a perpetual memory of the sufferings of my heart." (Black Scapular)
In 1251, Our Lady appeared to St. Simon Stock, Holding in her hands the Brown habit of the Carmelites, she made this promise: "Whoever dies in this habit shall not suffer everlasting fire" (Brown Scapular)
In 1605, Our Lord appeared to Sr. Ursula Benincasa, and made great promises if she and her fellow nuns would adopt as their religous habit one of a light blue color in honor of the Immaculate Conception of His Mother. Sister Ursula then asked Him if He would grant similiar favors of those of the Laity or of other religous orders who would wear, in honor of the Immaculate Conception, a small Blue scapular; and Our Lord did so promise.(Blue Scapular)
In 1846, Our Blessed Lord appeared to Sr. Appoline Andriveau, showing her the red scapular of the Passion, promising that a great increase of faith, hope and charity would be reserved every Friday for those who wore the scapular. This vision was several times repeated; and the extraordinary thing about it is the rapidity with which it was approved in Rome. (Red or Passion Scapular)
These five scapulars have been approved seperately and together by the Church.The fivefold are one single devotion, approved by the Church.
Each fivefold scapular costs $13.50 which includes shipping & handling. To order fivefold scapulars via the Internet send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject as Fivefold Scapular Order. To order by phone call (503) 695-2468 or send us a fax at (503) 695-6408. Thank you and God Bless.
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