For over 100 years, the Vincentians, through the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal (CAMM), have been dedicated to spreading and promoting devotion to Mary Immaculate and her Miraculous Medal. Your donations help us continue Mary’s holy mission of touching hearts and bringing people closer to her Son. They also provide assistance to the poor and marginalized, provide formation and education of our seminarians, and grant vital care to our aged and infirm Priests and Brothers. All donations directly benefit these programs and are not used for any other purpose.
Explore the descriptions below to learn of the many ways you can assist in Mary’s Mission.
You can donate to CAMM through the United Way Donor Choice program. Our organization ID is 13039.
Thank you for your generosity and prayers. Know that the Vincentians keep you and your intentions in our daily prayers!
The Central Association of the Miraculous Medal is a registered 501(c)(3) organization.
How You Can Help
Thousands of pilgrims come to the Miraculous Medal Shrine each year to lay their burdens at the feet of the Blessed Mother. In this quiet and holy place – a place bathed in prayer and anointed with solace – they share their hurts and sorrows. They seek Our Mother’s consolation and her prayers. We need your help to spread the devotion to Our Lady and make known her Medal, help us care for our aged and infirm Priests and Brothers of St. Vincent de Paul, to educate seminarians, and to provide financial support to our Priests and Brothers of St. Vincent de Paul serving the poor.
Remember Mary During Lent
While we remember Our Lord’s Holy Passion during Lent, let us also remember Our Lady, who never abandoned her Son. She too never abandons us, and for that we are blessed.
Lent is a time to say “Thank You” to Mary for her love for us and for the miraculous graces she bestows in our lives. Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal promised her help to us in all of our troubles and concerns – if only we would come to the foot of the altar and ask for her help.
When you ask for Mary’s help by submitting your Lenten Prayer Intentions, they will be placed at Mary’s Altar in the Shrine. There, they will be fervently remembered by our entire Miraculous Medal Family for the entire 40 days of Lent.
In the Lenten spirit of almsgiving, also consider sending a Lenten offering in Mary’s name so that we can continue to spread devotion to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, and her Son, Jesus.
You can make an offering here:
2019 Solemn Novena
From November 18 through November 26, the Miraculous Medal Family will join together for our Annual Solemn Novena. This year’s theme is Confession: The Gift of the Sacrament of Reconciliation. Your prayers and support for this Solemn Novena will help those who urgently need Christ’s healing forgiveness in their lives.
Theme: Confession: The Gift of the Sacrament of Reconciliation
- Monday, November 18
Sin and the Desire to be Forgiven
- Tuesday, November 19
Forgiveness Sought Before the Coming of Christ
- Wednesday, November 20
Examination of Conscience
- Thursday, November 21
Temptation vs. Sin
- Friday, November 22
Progress in the Spiritual Life
- Saturday, November 23
Forgiveness: Strengthening and Healing Graces
- Sunday, November 24
Frequency of Confession
- Monday, November 25
Christ With and Within Me
- Tuesday, November 26
Don’t Go Home Empty Handed
Thank you for your prayers and generosity.
Click here to submit your prayer intentions only, without a donation.
Will You Help Mary’s Shrine Today?
During the summer months, when donations drop off, we need your help to continue our mission of running our Shrine, supporting our aged and infirm priests, educating our seminarians, and providing assistance to the poor and marginalized members of our society.
Will you be able to help Mary’s Shrine avoid a summer funding gap? If so, please send a tax-deductible summer gift to support CAMM’s holy mission.
Thank you for helping the Shrine, the Vincentians, and the poor in our community. Know that we are praying for you and your intentions, asking our Blessed Mother to help you in all your needs. May our Blessed Mother hear your prayers and come to your aid.
Christmas Spiritual Gift Cards
To enroll your loved ones with the Christmas Spiritual Gift Cards, please click here: https://secure.etransfer.com/CAMM/ChristmasCards.cfm?SC=CAMMWeb&AC=X19.
To order additional cards, please visit our Gift Shop at www.MiraculousMedal.org/shop. Don’t delay as quantities are limited. Your purchase helps us spread Mary’s love with those who need it most in the world.
To submit your intentions without a donation, please click here: https://cammonline.org/prayer-ministry/submit-prayer-requests/.
Your Annual Membership
The Miraculous Medal Shrine is supported solely by the generosity of our benefactors. We invite you to renew or begin your annual Mary’s Miraculous Medal Family Membership for this new year beginning August 15, 2019, the Feast of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary, through August 14, 2020.
Your gift of $30 affirms an annual membership and intentions at 2,500 Masses this coming year.
If you are able to give an offering of $100 or more, you will receive crystal rosaries in a keepsake box with a Miraculous Medal centerpiece.
Thank you for your membership and devotion. Your tax-deductible gift is a unique and meaningful way to support the Shrine, the Vincentians, and the poor in our community. May our Mother of the Miraculous Medal grant your intentions and heavenly grace.
Mary’s Prayer Garden
The Miraculous Medal Plaza will be a permanent gift from you to Mary. A place where you can let Mary know, always and forever, how deeply you appreciate her love, and how much you honor her daily presence.
Ministries Working with the Parishes
Support the Ministries and Parishes of the Brothers and Priests of St. Vincent de Paul, the Vincentians. The Vincentians are most well known for their work with the poor, soup kitchens, housing projects, prison ministries, education, and more. By donating to their works here, you are spreading the love and good works of St. Vincent de Paul through his Priests and Brothers.
The Vincentian Priests and Brothers serve among very diverse populations within our multicultural Vincentian parishes, as well as serve specific populations in diocesan parishes through our “Hispanic Mission Teams.” From Latin immigrant populations in Eastern Long Island, the Vietnamese community in Greensborough, NC, to the indigenous Ngäbe in the Panamanian forest – ministering amongst multicultural communities has come to strongly define who we are as Priests and Brothers who follow St. Vincent de Paul. Support our Multicultural Ministries here!
Vincent de Paul said that “love is inventive to infinity.” This Patron Saint of Charitable Works was speaking of the love we have first received from Christ, which shows fruit in loving service of others. Help us respond to the needs of those who live in poverty with love and faith.