Documents

Ineffabilis Deus: The Immaculate Conception
Apostolic Constitution issued by Pope Pius IX on December 8, 1854
newadvent.org/docs/pi09id.htm

Ad Diem Illum Laetissimum: On the Immaculate Conception
Encyclical of Pope Pius X promulgated on February 2, 1904
vatican.va/holy_father/pius_x/encyclicals/documents/hf_p-x_enc_02021904_ad-diem-illum-laetissimum_en.html

Prayer


Prayer to the Immaculata
Source: St. Maximilian Kolbe's Prayer of Total Consecration
campus.udayton.edu/mary/prayers/consec01.html

Various Chaplets
Includes chaplet of the Immaculate Conception
campus.udayton.edu/mary/resources/chaplet.html

Art

What are the fifteen symbols of the Immaculata represented on the famous tapestry of Our Lady in Reims, France?
campus.udayton.edu/mary/questions/yq/yq204.html

Immaculate Conception Emblems
Pedem Virginis Timeo, I Dread the Virgin's Foot, The Immaculata is victorious over the dragon symbolizing evil, etc.
campus.udayton.edu/mary/meditations/immac_con_images.html
campus.udayton.edu/mary/meditations/imco_emblems01.html

 Meditations

What can you tell me about Mary as Patroness of America?
The following is an article addressing this question.
campus.udayton.edu/mary/questions/yq/yq203.html

Immaculate Conception
On December 8 we celebrate the Immaculate Conception, not only as Catholics but also as Americans. The Catholic Church of the United States made the Immaculate Conception the patronal feast of the whole nation. This occurred in 1846, ...
campus.udayton.edu/mary/meditations/immac.html

Poetry

Immaculate Conception Poetry
campus.udayton.edu/mary/resources/poetry/dec08.html

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