Confessor, Marian devotee, and founder of the Sisters of Divine Wisdom He was born Louis Marie Grignon in Montfort, France, in 1673. Educated at Rennes, he was ordained there in 1700, becoming a chaplain in a hospital in Poitiers. His congregation, also called the Daughters of Divine Wisdom, started there. As his missions and sermons raised complaints, Louis went to Rome, where Pope Clement XI appointed him as a missionary apostolic. Louis is famous for fostering devotion to the Blessed VirginMaryand the Rosary. In 1715, he also founded the Missionaries of the Company of Mary. His True Devotion to the Blessed Virgin remains popular. Louis died at Saint-Laurent-sur-Sevre. He was canonized in 1947.
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Vigil Mass: 5.30pm
Sunday Mass: 11am
Tuesday Mass: 7pm
Wed-Fri Mass: 9.30am
Saturday Mass 10am
Confessions: Saturday 10.30am; 4.45pm-5.15pm; Tuesday 6.30pm
St Joseph’s Bonnybridge is a parish of the Archdiocese of St Andrews & Edinburgh.
A Charity registered in Scotland Number SC008540