Brown Scapular

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Brown Scapular of our Lady of Mount Carmel, a sign of Christian faith and commitment.
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    Millions of people around the world wear the small brown cloth around their shoulders known as the Carmelite Brown Scapular. This sacramental - one of the most popular across the Church - is a symbol of belonging to the wider Carmelite Family, and of pledging oneself to the protection of Our Lady and the service of her son Jesus Christ.

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