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Joan Tompkins wrote:

Hi, guys —

I belong to the Blessed Mother Sodality in New Castle, Delaware and would like to know where and how I can get a copy of the Sodality by-laws.

I have asked various people and have not received any kind of an answer.

Any help you can give me would be a big help.

Thanks,

Joan

  { Where and how I can get a copy of the by-laws for the Blessed Mother Sodality that I belong to? }

Fr. Nick replied:

Hi Joan,

The best way to begin is to contact your local parish priest to obtain the telephone number or contact information for the local Legion of Mary Praesidium.

The Praesidium is the local governing body.

They will provide all the information you need at the local level.

If the local parish priest does not have this information, you could contact your bishop's office.

Hope this helps,

Fr. Nick

Joan replied:

Fr. Nick,

Thank you for your help. I will give this a try.

Joan

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