“…You should put away the old self of your former way of life, corrupted through deceitful desires, and be renewed in the spirit of your minds, and put on* the new self, created in God’s way in righteousness and holiness of truth.”
Ephesians 4: 22-25
*Paul begins to indicate how the new life in Christ contrasts with the Gentiles’ old way of existence. Literally, the old self (Eph 4:22) and the new self (Eph 4:24) are “the old man” and “the new man”.

Friday, June 7, 2024

Investiture to the Red Scapular
Mass 8:00 am, Investiture immediately following

Requirements: Fasting, Prayer, Almsgiving
Deadline to apply to be invested: June 4, 2024

Receive the Scapular of the Passion of our Lord Jesus Christ, so that having laid aside the old man and put on the new, you may wear it worthily and come to Life Everlasting.

Please join us. Enrollees will meet monthly to discuss how we can spread the Sacred Heart devotion to serve, in love, our parish and the community.


Contact: Carolyn Standifer • 858-536-1113 • carolsiapno@yahoo.com


Chances are you’ve heard of the Brown Scapular of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel, but have you heard of the red Scapular of the Passion? I didn’t think so.

While this scapular is lesser known, it’s still an excellent spiritual weapon. Read on for more about this sacramental.


In 1846, a nun of the Daughters of Charity of St. Vincent de Paul, named Sister Apolline, received two apparitions of Jesus in which she received the red scapular. The front of the scapular showed Christ on the Cross and contained the words “Holy Passion of Our Lord Jesus Christ save us.” The back held images of the sacred hearts of Jesus and Mary being adored by angels. It read “Sacred hearts of Jesus and Mary protect us.”

After hearing about the apparitions, Sister Apolline’s spiritual director told her to relate them to the Superior General of her order, Father J.B. Etienne. Fr. Etienne was so impressed by the apparitions and the message they contained, he eventually traveled to Rome to seek the approval of Pope Pius IX.

On June 25, 1847, Pope Pius IX gave is approval to a new red scapular, to be known as the Scapular of the Passion of Our Lord and the Sacred Hearts of Jesus and Mary.

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Excerpt from CatholicGentleman.com, Sept. 11, 2013, by Sam Guzman