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Prayer History 

The Memorare, from the Latin 'remember' which is the first word in the Latin translation, was traditionally thought to have been composed by the Cistercian St. Bernard of Clairvaux. It was popularized in the 15th century by a French priest, Fr. Claude Bernard. It emphasizes Mary's role as intercessor and her unbroken history of answering the prayer of those who call to her.