December 22, 2014
The first letter is from Virginia.
Thank you for your ministry. I have a story I would like to share with you. I know a woman who had not been to confession in 30 years. I also learned that her sister has cancer. I sent them both Miraculous Medals. In just a few weeks, the sister returned home after her cancer treatments. She is recovering nicely. The woman I know went to confession soon after receiving her Miraculous Medal and is now going to Mass regularly. Is God great or what? I’m grinning from ear to ear as I write this, and I praise our Lady and the God of all for the wonders of divine love!
The second letter is from New York.
In 2003, when the United States invaded Iraq, my son was one of the first American soldiers to be sent there. I was so sick with worry I did not know what to do. Since I have great faith in the Blessed Mother, I turned to her and promised to wear her Miraculous Medal around my neck for the rest of my life and spread the word of our Lady and her Miraculous Medal, if she would only keep my son safe. When my son was in Iraq, he and another soldier were standing side by side, and a rocket was shot at them and missed my son by inches. He had to return to Iraq a second time. Through the grace of our Lady, he missed his flight, and had to follow later. The helicopter he was supposed to be in crashed. Considering all that he saw in Iraq, he is as sound as you could hope. He suffered no injuries after 30 months of service. I know the Blessed Mother was with him everyday he was there. He always wore a finger rosary on his ID tags. I know in my heart our Blessed Mother saved his life, and I have worn the Miraculous Medal every day since that time, and will until my life is over.