90- Gavin Dunbar met Mary

An apparition of the Virgin Mary to Gavin Dunbar of Scotland in the 1500’s and the travels of its’ miraculous statue come from the times around the reformation in the British Isles.

Wooden statue of Our Lady of Success was formerly Our Lady of Aberdeen now in Brussels
Our Lady of Success was formerly Our Lady of Aberdeen now in Brussels
Photo of bridge currently where original 7 arch bridge over river Dee in Aberdeen, Scotland
The site of the original 7 arch bridge, this current bridge rebuilt many times
A photo Unclear if this is the original statue, it is labeled as Our Lady of Good Luck...researching if this is a mis-translation
Unclear if this is the original statue, it is labeled as Our Lady of Good Luck…researching if this is a mis-translation
Portrait of Archdutchess Isabella and her husband
Archdutchess Isabella and her husband
Portrait of Archdutchess Isabella and her husband
The Archdutchess after the death of her husband became a nun.
Photo of the Tower of the church where the statue is today called Notra Dame du Finistere (near Brussels)
Tower of the church where the statue is today called Notra Dame du Finistere (near Brussels)

Sources for this podcast and for more information:

William J Walsh’s book: Heaven’s Bright Queen

Notre Dame du Bon Succès

MiracleHunter.com

Constant Procession tells of key apparitions of the Virgin Mary since she passed on from the world and how she serves humanity through Christianity.

The origin of these podcasts began with my book; Constant Procession.

I’ve read the entire book from cover to cover (Installments 1-49.) Each installment runs about 7 minutes in length.

To listen from the beginning

Installments since Podcast 50 are an extended series of additional stories about the history of the Virgin Mary that are not found in the book.

Constant Procession; the podcast; is published every Tuesday morning here.

An e-book copy of the book can be found on the website http://ConstantProcession.com

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