- A Legionary's Praesidium Meeting Log Book (A5 size)
- A Legionary's Praesidium Meeting Log Book (A6 size)
- Council report to Senatus
- Guidelines List of Approved Works
- Junior Praesidium Report
- Praesidium Annual Report Form
- Praesidium Self Assessment Form
- Praesidium Website information Form
- The Official Handbook of the legion of Mary
- Praesidium Guidelines
- Concilium Legionis Mariae
- Legion of Mary New Zealand Facebook Page
- The Colosseum: Fun Legion Challenges for Junior Legionaries
There shall be a central council, which shall be called the Concilium Legionis Mariae, in which shall be vested the supreme governing authority of the Legion.
A council designated by the Concilium to exercise authority over the Legion of Mary in a country shall be called a Senatus. It must be affiliated directly to the Concilium.
A council designated by the Concilium to exercise authority over the Legion of Mary in a large region, and ranking next in status to a Senatus, shall be called a Regia.
Where it is found necessary to confer on a Curia, in addition to its own proper functions, certain powers of superintendence over one or several Curiae, such higher Curia shall be styled more particularly a Comitium.
When two or more praesidia have been established in any city, town, or district, a governing body termed the Curia should be set up.
This Latin word was used to designate a detachment of the Roman Legion performing special duty, that is, a section of a military line, a fortified post, a garrison. The term praesidium is, therefore, appropriately applied to the branch of the Legion of Mary.