The Brown Scapular

of Our Lady

of Mount Carmel

What are the specific promises of Our Lady to those wearing Her Brown Scapular?


1. Whoever dies clothed with the Scapular, will not suffer the fire of Hell.


What did Our Lady mean with these words? First, on making this promise, the Blessed Virgin Mary does not mean that a person who dies in mortal sin will be saved. Death in mortal sin and condemnation are the same thing. Our Lady's promise undoubtedly translates into these words, “Whoever dies clothed in this Scapular, will not die in mortal sin.” To make that clear, the Church often adds the word “piously” to the pledge, “He who dies piously will not suffer the fire of Hell.”

2. Our Lady will free from Purgatory the person wearing her Scapular on the first Saturday after his or her death.


Although this privilege is often interpreted literally, that is, the person will be freed from Purgatory on the first Saturday after his or her death, “everything that the Church has officially stated on several occasions to explain these words, is that those who fulfill the conditions of the Sabbatine Privilege, through the intercession of Our Lady, will be freed from Purgatory shortly after death, and especially on Saturday.”

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