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Join AMM's Rosary Octave
The Association’s annual Rosary Octave of Prayer will begin Thursday, October 7, the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary (originally known as “Our Lady of Victory”). Pope Leo XIII had a deep devotion to Our Blessed Mother, this feast, and its importance. “This devotion to the Queen of Heaven has never shone forth with such brilliancy as when the Church has seemed to be endangered by heresy … an intolerable moral corruption, or by the attacks of powerful enemies,” he wrote. We do well to entrust to Mary the urgent temporal and spiritual needs of our families and in our world. Please be among AMM members joining us from home to pray one Rosary daily for eight days. You are also encouraged to send your intentions to be remembered during the octave at Our Lady’s Shrine. The feast of Our Lady of the Rosary is a wonderful opportunity to burn Votive Lights for your needs, or simply as a gesture of praise and gratitude for blessings and favors Our Lady has already bestowed upon you and your loved ones. God has promised the triumph of life over death and good over evil. We implore Mary, through the most holy Rosary, to lead us to the ultimate victory we seek!

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Three beautiful spiritual remembrance cards for Christmas are now available and are perfect to send as spiritual gifts to loved ones near and far. Each design and sentiment focuses on the true meaning of God’s gift of salvation in the birth of his Son — the “One who saves,” the only One in whom true peace can be found. Most important, each Christmas card you send offers your recipient a special remembrance in an octave of Masses beginning Christmas Day at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, and during a Mass offered by a Vincentian priest every week throughout 2022. Order today! For even more inspiration, read Fr. Kevin’s letter that reflects on the themes of peace and salvation — along with a very special Christmas story involving the Miraculous Medal. 

Don’t forget to submit the names of your recipients so they can be placed near Mary’s Shrine Altar during the Christmas Octave of Masses.

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Miraculous Medal Novena
Our Lady awaits you to turn to her in confidence. She is your sign of hope, your help in adversity, and your most loving Mother at every moment. You can draw closer to her and her Son during a novena of Masses being held November 18-26 here at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Take part in spirit by returning your personal prayer intentions to be placed near Mary’s Shrine Altar throughout the nine days and on November 27, the feast of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. You may also burn Votive Lights for your intentions. 

The Miraculous Medal remains a global force for accomplishing God’s will through the devotion of so many faithful wearers and sharers! From the moment the first “Medals of the Immaculate Conception” were delivered in 1832 until our own day, countless people have reported grace-filled blessings received through Mary’s intercession associated with the medal, and even favors they call “miraculous.”  

Fr. Kevin’s full letter shares more, including inspiring testimonials of several AMM members. 

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All Souls Remembrance
Your prayers for your departed loved ones are a powerful spiritual gift that can hasten their journey toward full and everlasting union with God. Join the Association’s observance of All Souls Day by sharing the names of the deceased relatives and friends you’d like remembered on November 2, throughout the month of November, and during the month of their anniversary at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. Since God’s power transcends all time, the prayers you offer today can be spiritually “applied toward” helping a loved one at the moment of their death. What a powerful gift this is! You may also burn a Votive Light for your deceased loved ones.

Fr. Kevin’s letter tells more about All Souls Day

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