Aware of the importance of increasing the Catholic presence on the Internet, the Marie de Nazareth team has developed several websites focused on evangelization.
Marie de Nazareth publishes free daily, weekly and monthly emails to help our readers nourish their faith. Our goal is to make the Virgin Mary, her Son Jesus the Savior and His Church known and loved, and to show the beauty and relevance of our Catholic faith.
The Marie de Nazareth Association regularly produces apologetics videos on its YouTube channel. Some have already exceeded one million views.
We can ask Mary everything: leave a prayer intentions to her here. All prayer intentions are sent to the Chemin Neuf Community in Nazareth where the members will pray on your behalf, as well as to individual volunteers who have committed themselves to pray.
Marie de Nazareth likes to work in partnership with other associations in order to diversify its areas of action.
Some of our past projects are now operating on their own: find out what they are!
Marie de Nazareth now has a library of Marian writings online.
The Marie de Nazareth Association has built (and keeps adding to) a comprehensive library of Marian writings, available on our website. We invite you to explore it!
Find your roots by meditating with Mary on our rich and grace-filled historical heritage.
Every Saturday, starting in January 2020, different great witnesses will talk about an event with Mary that has shaped Christian history.
We have such a rich and beautiful past, so often ignored or forgotten: how about taking some time to rediscover it today?
The only interactive map that intends to bring together all the Marian shrines in the world.
The International Mary of Nazareth Center was created by the Marie de Nazareth Association and is now run by the Chemin Neuf Community. It has had thousands of visitors each year since its opening in January 2012.
A project supported by the 12 traditional Christian Churches of the Holy Land
The International Mary of Nazareth Center (CIMDN) took 10 years to complete, from 2001-2011. It was historically the first time that a concrete project was backed by all 12 traditional Christian Churches of the Holy Land (5 Catholic, 5 Orthodox and 2 Protestant).
The #1 rated “attraction” on TripAdvisor for North Israel (of 200 listed) for 4 years. For 4 years, the CIMDN has been the best rated of the 200 attractions in North of Israel on TripAdvisor, the most consulted website for tourists and travelers, with very positive comments.
“The unity that has formed around this project is a small miracle. "(Mgr Marcuzzo, Bishop of the Latin Patriarchate of Jerusalem in Nazareth)