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Garaison, France (1515)

   
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Summary

In France, in the Pyrenees in 1515, the Virgin appeared to a shepherdess, Angleze Sagazan.  Mary visited her three times near the source of the Cier. Angleze became a religious among the Cistercians of Fabas (Haute-Garonne) and died in 1582.  The apparition made the request to her, "I want a chapel to be built here to me."

This chapel, finished in 1540, exists still today.  Many cures are attested there.  In the 17th century the young Louis XIV was cured, following a vow of Ann of Austria to Our Lady of the "Cure." Pilgrimages, interrupted during the Revolution, were reestablished after 1836.

Timeline

1503

Angleze Sagazan is born.

1515

In France, in the Pyrenees, the Virgin appeared to a shepherdess, Angleze Sagazan.  Mary appeared to her three times near the source of the Cier.

 

Angleze told her father what had happened. He, in turn, reported the occurrence to the neighbors, who were quite incredulous, but yet, through curiosity or inspired by God, flocked to the fountainto hear the voice of the Virgin, though no one saw her but the Angleze. The people went to seek cures, and returned to the fountain with banners, chanting hymns in honor of Mary. They erected a large cross on the spot.

 

Many cures are attested there at the spring. The sudden restoration of many to health made the spot celebrated in a short time. The number of miracles increased and an elegant vaulted chapel was erected through the offerings of grateful pilgrims.

 

Angleze became a religious among the Cistercians of Fabas (Haute-Garonne)

1540

A chapel was built in 1540 at the exact spot of the apparition.

1582

Angleze dies.

1650

The young Louis XIV was cured, following a vow of his mother Ann of Austria to Our Lady of the "Cure."

1836

Pilgrimages, interrupted during the Revolution, were re-established

Appearance of Our Lady

Our Lady appeared with majesty having a serene face and gracious demeanor, clothed in a long, white robe, which fell in graceful folds to her feet.

Messages


"Here I pour my gifts"
"I want a chapel to be built here to me."
"Do not forget to thank God for his blessings."


Miracles, Cures, and Signs


Many cures are attested there at the spring. The sudden restoration of many to health made the spot celebrated in a short time. The number of miracles increased and an elegant vaulted chapel was erected through the offerings of grateful pilgrims.

In the 17th century the young Louis XIV was cured, following a vow of Ann of Austria to Our Lady of the "Cure."


Approval

Popes Urban VIII and Gregory XVI have issed indulgences for those who visit the Shrine built in honor of the apparitions.


Books and Videos

F. Geoffroy, Les merveilles de Notre Dame de Garaison, Bordeaux

E. Molinie Le lis du val de Garaison, Toulouse, 1630: re-edited

Catholic world, Volume 7. Paulist Fathers 1868 pp. 644-649

 
   
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