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Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary

 

Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary

A list of Patronage of the Blessed Virgin Mary by occupations and activities, dioceses, and other places:

Occupations and activities

The Blessed Virgin Mary may be taken as a patroness of any good activity; indeed, she is cited as the patroness of all humanity. However, certain occupations and activities are more closely associated with her protection.


Dioceses claiming Mary as patroness

Other places

A large number of countries, places and groups claim the Blessed Virgin Mary as a patroness, though usually under a specific title or apparition.

Albania

Algeria

Andorra

Angola

Argentina

Australia

Austria

Belgium

Bolivia

Brazil

Canada

Chile

China

Colombia

Congo

Costa Rica

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Ecuador

Egypt

El Salvador

Equatorial Guinea

France

Germany

Greece

Guam

Guatemala

Haiti

Honduras

Hungary

  • Our Grand Lady of Hungary - Hungary

India

Italy

Ireland

Korea

Kuwait

Jamaica

Japan

Lebanon

Luxembourg

Malta

Mexico

Netherlands

  • Our Lady the Garden Enclosed

New Zealand

Nicaragua

Nigeria

  • Our Lady, Queen of Nigeria - Nigeria
  • Our Lady, Queen of Fatima

Panama

Paraguay

Peru

Philippines

Poland

Portugal

Puerto Rico

Romania

  • Virgin Mary and Baby Jesus - Braşov

Slovakia

Spain

South Africa

  • Our Lady of Shongweni - Shongweni, South Africa
  • Our Lady of the Assumption - Principal Patroness of South Africa
  • Our Lady of the Flight into Egypt. - Diocese of Port Elizabeth and Arch-diocese of Cape Town.
  • Our Lady of the Sacred Heart. - Tzaneen
  • Our Lady of the Assumption - Umtata, De Aa
  • Immaculate Heart of Mary. - Outshoorn, Bethlehem
  • Immaculate Conception of our Lady. - Arch-diocese of Durban, Arch-diocese of Johannesburg

Sri Lanka

Switzerland

Tanzania

Uganda

  • Mary, Queen of Africa - Uganda

Ukraine

United Kingdom

United States of America

Uruguay

Venezuela

Vietnam

Zaire

See also

References

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