Welcome to Mary of the Americas
We are glad you are here!
This online tool is the result of a cross-disciplinary project between religious studies and engineering students at the University of Dayton. It draws upon the resources of the Marian Library. Learn about images, locations, histories, and popular devotions related to various titles of Mary throughout the Americas. This app and website are primarily student-run projects with minimal funding, so we appreciate your patience with glitches.
Visit again at MaryoftheAmericas.org or MaryAPParitions.org.
The above image is sample of the Mary of the Americas / Mary APParitions flyers that are open access, may be shared freely, and may be downloaded by going to the webpage linked below. Please note, you may interact with the QR Codes (QRCs) on the fliers and, depending on your device, you may need to install a QR Code Scanner on your device.
PDF with All of the Mary of the Americas Fliers
Marian Studies and Spirituality
Listen here to the panel discussion on Radio Maria.
Letania a la Madre de las Americas
Fed by this project - play here
Mariah Allen, Thomas Clontz, Aneudy De Jesus, Jillian Foster, Annie Keefe, Mary Landry, Michael Meade, Logan Rush, Luis Russe Gonzalez, Abigail Schaefer, Abby Sturgill, Scott Vater, Courtney Ware, Lillian Weber, Sam White, Corinne Woodruff
Kayla Harris, Jason Bourgeois, Andrew Kosmowski, S.M.
APP innovation and design team
Samantha Mayne, Hassan Alnasser, Almuaayad AlMaskari, Andrew Frey,
Dan Hutcheson, Dan Patterson
Website innovation & design team
Jacob Sheehan, R. Mark Zeitzmann, Neomi De Anda, Ph.D.
University of Dayton Marian Library
Society of Mary, Dayton, Ohio
Daughters of Mary Immaculate, Dayton, Ohio
University of Dayton Office of Mission and Rector
University of Dayton Department of Religious Studies
University of Dayton Campus Ministry
University of Dayton College of Arts and Sciences
University of Dayton Learning Teaching Center - Experiential Learning
University of Dayton School of Engineering Innovation Center
All content is used with permission of the Marian Library at the University of Dayton.