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Mother's Day Remembrance
As Mother’s Day approaches, reflect on Mary’s maternal care and her promise to obtain the blessings of her Son Jesus for all who ask. Send me your petitions and the names of your loved ones to be remembered here at the Shrine. 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 12, and throughout the month of May. Read Fr. Kevin’s inspiring Mother’s Day message about Saint Catherine Labouré, the loss of her earthly mother, and her spiritual relationship with our Blessed Mother.
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Please send me your intentions for our Annunciation Octave of Masses and request Votive Lights to burn at our Lady’s Shrine. The octave begins Monday, March 25, and we want to remember you and your prayer requests throughout the eight days. On the feast of the Annunciation, March 25, the Church celebrates Mary’s “yes” to God to become the Mother of our Lord, Jesus Christ. We hope you will come, in person or in spirit, to our Lady’s Shrine in prayer during our Annunciation Octave of Masses, and give your “yes” to God, just as Mary did.
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Save the Date for the Association’s annual May Procession here on the shrine grounds Sunday, May 5, 2019. This year the procession will once again begin at 1:00 p.m., CT, instead of 3:30. We will process on the new Rosary Walk to the grotto where Mary will be crowned with a wreath of flowers. We hope you can join us in person for this spiritual event that acknowledges our dependence on God’s grace and Mary’s intercession. As a way to join us in our prayers, we would like for you to send us your intentions to be carried in the May Procession. For more details about the annual May Procession, read Fr. Kevin’s letter. 
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“We proclaim your death, O Lord, and profess your resurrection…” These words powerfully profess our belief in Christ’s saving work. By his resurrection, Jesus returned humanity to the grace of participating forever in his glory. Read Fr. Kevin’s message about proclaiming the good news of our belief in life over death. 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 one of our new Easter cards 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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Ash Wednesday
On Ash Wednesday, March 6, the Holy Mother Church begins a liturgical season full of spiritual fruit to aid us in this journey to holiness. Lenten prayer, fasting, and almsgiving are three exercises that strengthen our spirituality and bring us closer to God. Will you pray with me asking Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal to obtain for us the graces we seek this Lent? Please send me your prayer intentions and burn a Votive Light as a sign of your steadfastness. I invite you to say this prayer on Ash Wednesday. During Lent, I encourage you to say this prayer.  Be sure to order Easter Cards this year to send to those you love.
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