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Association of the Miraculous Medal

As testimonies to the generosity of God's love in answer to prayers offered through our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, the Association receives thousands of letters. In that spirit of gratitude to God, the Association publishes edited sections of some letters.

December 5, 2022

The first letter is from Minnesota.

Dear Father,

I cannot say that I am perfect with my prayer life, but I do my best. I always prayed to Our Lord, but not to Our Blessed Mother because I did not have a deep devotion to her. Maybe that was because I was not a mother myself. I always wanted a family of my own, but life had other plans for me. I remember the night when I was crying in desperation and complete agony. I was an emotional wreck and was also dealing with much physical pain. I was lost and feeling hopeless about my life. Nothing made sense. My sobs became louder and more uncontrollable. I was so confused and just started looking around the room as if the answers would be there. Suddenly, my eyes came across a small picture of Our Blessed Mother. When I saw her picture, I cried out loud, "Oh Mother Mary help me! Please help me!” I was still crying, but something inside my soul changed. I felt this incredible sense of peace overcome me. It almost felt like someone was saying to me that everything would be okay. At that moment, all of the worries, fears, and anxieties that had almost consumed me had been quelled and I now know why. Our Blessed Mother was watching over me and she heared and my desperate plea for help. Since that chilly March day, my life has gone on for me and I am doing much better. I have never forgotten that day and since then Our Blessed Mother has become my constant heavenly comforter and special confidant.



The second letter is from California.

Dear Father,

My daughter-in-law had four miscarriages. She finally became pregnant, but it was a high risk pregnancy due to diabetes and her age. Her placenta was overlaying the birth canal and going into labor as such could be fatal to mother and baby. The first miracle was that the placenta moved away from the birth canal, but the arteries remained there. She was in the hospital for two months being observed for problems. She went into labor and the baby's heart rate began to drop. While I was in adoration, I prayed for a healthy, safe delivery. The baby was delivered on the feast of the Miraculous Medal. Our Lady is a faithful and a loving mother. Praise God. My granddaughter is now four years old. What a blessing!


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