Catholic Society of Evangelists
Brown Scapulars (Package of 10 - Limit 1)
The Scapular of Our Lady of Mount Carmel (also known as the Brown Scapular), is by
far the best known, most celebrated, and most widespread of the small scapulars. It is
spoken of as "the Scapular", and the "feast of the Scapular" is that of Our Lady of Mount
Carmel on July 16. It is probably the oldest scapular and served as the prototype of the
others. Any priest may invest a person with the brown scapular, while other scapulars
must frequently be conferred by an ordained representative of an appropriate religious
"Whosoever dies clothed in this Scapular shall not suffer eternal fire." This is Mary's
Promise made July 16, 1251 to Saint Simon Stock.
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