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Association of the Miraculous Medal

In last year’s Easter message from the Vatican, Pope Francis reminded Christians of our reason for rejoicing. The Holy Father said that even while injustices and suffering continue for so many, “... these wounds of the risen Jesus are the everlasting seal of his love ... all who experience a painful trial can find refuge in these wounds and, through them, receive the grace of hope that does not disappoint.”

These Easter cards can help you share this grace of hope found in the everlasting love of the risen Lord with someone close to you. If you return their names to us, your recipients will be remembered in the Association’s octave of Masses beginning Easter Sunday and concluding on Divine Mercy Sunday. You may also request to burn a Votive Light for their needs.

We hear from many AMM members about the grace of hope and the gift of new life they’ve received from God through their faithful devotion to Our Lady. Here are just a few of their stories.

Dear Father,
 “As a young woman, I struggled with alcoholism. When I saw no other choice than death, I prayed to Our Blessed Mother to implore her Son to save me. Soon after, I found the strength to enter a rehabilitation facility. I’ve just celebrated my 29th anniversary of sobriety and have also witnessed countless miracles. Thank you, Mary, for allowing me to mature into the healthy and strong woman God intended me to be!”

Dear Father,
“I was addicted to viewing unchaste media for 20 years. Only when I started to pray the Rosary was I able to completely walk away from that sin. Consecrating myself to the Blessed Holy Mother has also had the most profound effect on my life as she guides me to Jesus. At my advanced age, I am beginning to understand my faith. I try to be on fire for God and renew my consecration to Our Holy Mother daily; I feel I’ve had an honest conversion of my heart …”

From a phone call with an AMM staff member...
“I don’t know if you remember me. During AMM’s 2019 May Procession, I asked if you would pray with me in front of the grotto and light a Votive Candle. I hadn’t heard from my son in 40 years; I just wanted to know if he was alive. You knelt with me and prayed. Over the past few months, my son has reconnected with the family! I believe this is a miracle directly through Our Lady’s intercession.”

Our Vincentian priests and brothers are honored to offer their prayerful support for you and your needs throughout the year.

If you would like more Easter cards, we’d be happy to send them. Please request them by March 23. You may request them here or call us at 1-800-264-6279 weekdays 7:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., CT.

May each of us profit by the trials God permits along our journey to new life in Jesus. Let us find refuge in his wounds of love, from which the grace of hope pours forth.

Yours in Jesus and Mary,

Fr.Kevin McCracken, C.M.
Spiritual Director