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Brown Scapular of our Lady of Mount Carmel

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  • The Brown Scapular is a small garment made of two pieces of brown wool, joined by strings and worn over the shoulders. It was first made known by Our Lady Herself, July 16th 1251, to St. Simon Stock. In revealing the significance of the Scapular, Our Lady spoke as follows: 'Receive this habit of your Order; this shall be to you and to all Carmelites a privilege that "Whosoever dies clothed in this habit shall never suffer eternal fire".


    Our Lady does not mean by Her promise that those who die in mortal sin will be saved. The Promise means that anyone in Mary's family or Confraternity will receive through Her, at the hour of death, the grace to die well.

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Brown Scapular of our Lady of Mount Carmel

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