Legion of Mary

The Legion of Mary was established at Christ the King Church on December 12, 1939. Legionaries were individuals dedicated to assisting their fellow man through apostolic works. Even today, Legionaries visit shut-ins, hospitals, and people with religious difficulties, serve as sponsors at baptisms, and accompany those who need encouragement to attend masses, sacraments, devotions, and missions. They also assist the parish priest in the performance of spiritual duties.

Visit the Legion of Mary website for more information.


Material compiled from Church of Christ the King 60th Jubilee: 1917-1977 and The Religious Tradition in Sudbury: 1883-1983.

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