Poll: Do You Wear a Brown Scapular?

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Do You Wear a Brown Scapular?

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What is a Brown Scapular?

“According to a pious tradition the Blessed Virgin appeared to St. Simon Stock (q.v.) at Cambridge, England, on Sunday, July 16, 1251. In answer to his appeal for help for his oppressed order, she appeared to him with a scapular in her hand and said: “Take, beloved son, this scapular of thy order as a badge of my confraternity and for thee and all Carmelites a special sign of grace; whoever dies in this garment, will not suffer everlasting fire. It is the sign of salvation, a safeguard in dangers, a pledge of peace and of the covenant”.  Source.

So, do you wear one?  Take the Poll below!

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This article was originally published in 2017.

5 thoughts on “Poll: Do You Wear a Brown Scapular?

  1. Missy

    I wear the Miraculous Medal and medals to St. Benedict and Our Lady of Guadalupe in addition to a cross. And usually a rosary bracelet. There are so many different devotions to choose from, and these are the ones that call to me.

  2. Denise Riggs

    I? do wear a brown scapular. Hand made by Carmelite Nuns. They are beautifully done and well made. My current scapular is at least four years old.


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