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Mother's Day Remembrance
On Mother’s Day, we remember our mothers, grandmothers, daughters, and all the mother figures in our lives who love us without condition.  The Association has a new Mother’s Day card which includes a prayer for the one who receives it, a remembrance in the Association’s Mass on Mother’s Day, May 14, and during the month of May. Send me your petitions and the names of your loved ones to be remembered here at the Shrine. Read Fr. Kevin’s inspiring Mother’s Day message about the love our Blessed Mother has for each of us.
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Please send me your Annunciation Novena intentions and request Votive Lights to burn at our Lady’s Shrine.  The novena begins Saturday, March 25, and we want to remember you and your prayer requests throughout the nine days. On the feast of the Annunciation, the Church celebrates Mary’s “yes” to God.  The angel Gabriel appeared to her and said, “Behold you will conceive in your womb and bear a son, and you shall name him Jesus” (Luke 1:31). We hope you will come, in person or in spirit, to our Lady’s Altar in prayer during our Annunciation Novena, and let Mary’s ‘yes’ be your ‘yes’ too!
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Easter Blessings!
Easter is the glorious celebration of life over death.  Jesus is risen! Read Fr. Kevin’s message about the resurrection of Jesus being the good news that sin is powerless over God’s grace and mercy. Send me your petitions to be remembered here at the Shrine in our Easter Octave of Masses beginning on Easter Sunday and concluding on Divine Mercy Sunday.  Burn Votive Lights for family and friends. To help you announce the Easter blessings promised to us by Jesus, send our new Easter card to someone you love.  When you do so, you will not only be sharing the good news of Jesus’ promise to us, but you will also be offering your loved one a spiritual remembrance in our Easter Octave of Masses. 
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