2018 Magnificat Calendar

Each month features an illustration of one of the great Saints who have enriched the Church with their lives, which were heroic yet very imitable. Also includes illustrations of Jesus the Redeemer, the sacrifice of Abraham, and the Archangels, all painted in our Monastery.

Exclusive feature: a picture of the Saint of each day.
Receipts from this calendar benefit the works of the Order of the Magnificat of the Mother of God. Available in English, French, Spanish and Italian.


July 2nd – Feast of the Magnificat and of the Visitation of the Blessed Virgin Mary to Her cousin Elizabeth. Extracts of Conferences of Father John Gregory on Gratitude and the Magnificat.

Angel of Fatima

Story of the Apparitions of the Angel of Fatima in 1916. To prepare ourselves for the Centenary of the great Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima (1917), let us say as often as possible the prayers taught by the Angel. Article drawn from the Magnificat Magazine, June 2016.

2017 Magnificat Calendar – Fatima

Special Edition for the Centenary of the Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima – Illustration each month of an episode of the Apparitions of Our Lady of Fatima, a major event for the Church and the whole world. Painted in our Monastery, these exclusive illustrations impart an out­line of the important message of the Virgin Mary. Our good Mother reveals to us what She expects of Her children to effect the triumph of Her Immaculate Heart and the remedy to worldwide turmoil.

Editions Magnificat : The Acts of the Apostles

The Acts of the Apostles, supplement­ed and continued up to the death of Saint John, with explanatory notes by the Rev. Canon Alfred Weber. Canon Weber writes: “In the Gospels we see the grain of mustard seed fall into the ground where it is buried in scorn, steeped in the Blood of the divine Sower. Its life would seem to have ended, but this small, insignificant seed contained an immortal kernel; in the Acts of the Apostles we see it emerge from the earth filled with the sap of life. A vigorous stem shoots upward… What a wonderful spectacle is presented to us by the history of the early years of the Holy Church! In it we see the fulfillment of Our Lord’s prophecies, and it sets the seal upon His divine Work.”