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Crusader Mission

With St Michael the Archangel, Guardian of the Most Holy Eucharist as our leader, we will support and work towards the growth of Eucharistic Adoration in our home parishes and dioceses, never forgetting that prayer and sacrifice (especially fasting) are always the most import work we can do in this crusade.

Personal Holiness: Both St Bernard of Clairvaux and St Joan of Arc made their main life priority personal holiness through extreme prayer and sacrifice, regardless of the demands placed upon them. As we work towards growing Eucharistic Adoration, we must do the same.  The time has come!
From Webster's Dictionary:
   noun    a remedial enterprise undertaken with zeal and enthusiasm.
remedial    adjective    1, intended as a remedy.
2. concerned with the correction of faulty study habits and the raising of a pupil's general competence.
crusader    noun    a person who makes an impassioned and sustained effort to bring about social or political change.
Crusader Prayer and Sacrifice Requirements

Daily Prayer to St Michael

Daily Fatima Eucharistic Prayer

Weekly Litany of St Michael preferably daily

Weekly Chaplet of St Michael preferably daily

Weekly Holy Hour of Eucharistic Adoration
Preferably in the Physical Presence of Our Lord in the Blessed Sacrament
Preferably during Exposition
Preferable a Scheduled Hour

Prayer and Sacrifice (preferably food fasting) for the growth of Eucharistic Adoration

Prayer and Sacrifice (preferably food fasting) that the Knights of Columbus become the champions of Eucharistic Adoration in the Spirit of Bishop Kevin Vann's 2017 Letter to the Knights of Columbus to all the Knights of the Diocese of Orange

Frequent Confession.

Daily Mass and Daily Rosary and Holy Scriptures are not requirements to be a Crusader because Daily Mass and Daily Rosary should already be a goal if not a reality of an Adoration Crusader

Prayers to St Bernard of Clairvaux and St Joan of Arc asking them to instill the crusader spirit


Become a Catholic "Knight" of some already established organization(s) such as the Knights of Columbus, the Militia of the Immaculata, the Brothers of St Dismus, Cursillo, Catholic Men's Fellowship, the Knights of Malta, the Legion of Mary, any 3rd Order (Carmelites, Francsicans, Norbertines, Benedictine, etc).
Using the example of St Paul (1 Cor 9:17-27), become "all things to all men" to inspire those in these groups to love of the Blessed Sacrament and a burning desire for Eucharistic Adoration.

Key Sources of Spiritual Growth

Soul of the Apostolate (the beside book of St Pope Pius X and a must read for any person who belongs to a ministry of works). Buy Now

The Writings of St Louis de Montfort especially Friends of the Cross and Love of Eternal Wisdom  Buy Now

The Writings of St Peter Julian Eymard Buy Now