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Don’t miss out on reading AMM’s 2024 Summer Bulletin. In this issue, Father Clay discusses the five Vincentian virtues and how we can demonstrate them in our lives. A new Votive Light card is available to help you celebrate love and friendship, offering your recipient a share in prayerful remembrance. An East Coast AMM member shares a dramatic story of healing and his devotion to Our Blessed Mother. And Don Fulford reflects on the virtuous practice of shining one’s light into others’ lives. Read the Summer Bulletin here.

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Your support for the Association of the Miraculous Medal at Christmas is a beautiful way to bring Jesus Christ to the world by inspiring devotion to Mary, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, which is our mission. Thank you again for being part of our growing AMM family around the world.
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Enjoy the Fall Bulletin

Don’t miss our Fall Bulletin! This issue includes a parting message from Father Kevin McCracken. We welcome Father Clayton Kilburn, C.M., as AMM’s new spiritual director. We ask Our Lady to continue to accompany us in our ministry and bless Father Clay’s efforts to fulfill the Association’s mission with fortitude and fidelity. 

Also in this issue, Don Fulford, AMM’s CEO, reflects on a summer pastime from his youth and what it might mean when “letting go” for an eternity comes around. And if you’re considering traveling to Europe in 2024, check out the preview of AMM’s spring pilgrimage to northern France. Vincentian vocation director, Father Toshio Sato, C.M., discusses the encouraging signs of faith he sees among today’s youth.
 

Finally, be sure to check out this year’s Christmas cards and other special gifts. Quantities are limited so order soon.
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In the first issue of the 2023 Bulletin, Father Kevin introduces a new yearly theme based upon Saint Paul’s teaching in 1 Corinthians 12:12-27. We are all members of Christ’s mystical Body, the Church, created in perfection to live in harmony and unity with one another. No one member is less important or more valuable to the whole. Saint Therese of Lisieux is featured in this issue as a model saint to imitate during Lent. Read about her “Little Way” of love that she believed even very weak souls (like she considered herself to be) could follow to attain the holiness that God desires for each of us. Don’t miss the details of AMM’s 2023 May Procession, scheduled to commence at St. Mary’s of the Barrens (the Shrine Church) at 1:00 p.m. C.T., on Sunday, May 7, here in Perryville, Missouri.  Be sure to browse our gift shop’s spring religious items and order Easter cards to send the gift of Masses and prayers to loved ones. Thank you for your Vincentian spirit of humility, charity, and prayer. Know that you are remembered in the daily Mass and prayers by the Vincentian priests and brothers at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.
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Read the Winter Bulletin
We hope you’ll enjoy the winter issue of the Bulletin Newsletter with inspiring stories, including Father Kevin’s invitation to learn more about Saint Vincent de Paul, the founder of the Congregation of the Mission. Read about the National Shrine’s growing collection of sacred relics. In the Rays of Light, you’ll find a poetic message of hope when faced with sorrowful seasons of life. And, as always, we share inspiring testimonials from AMM members about blessings bestowed in their lives through the intercession of Mary, Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.  

Your support for the Association of the Miraculous Medal at Christmas is a beautiful way to help the Mother of God become more known and loved by her spiritual children everywhere. This is our mission. Thank you again for being a part of our growing AMM family.
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In the first issue of the 2022 Bulletin newsletter, Father Kevin introduces a new yearly theme. "We are Vincentians” promotes the idea that each of us is a special part of the worldwide family of religious and lay persons devoted to the mission of Saint Vincent de Paul. Together, we serve the material and spiritual needs of the poor. By this we grow closer to Christ. Don’t miss your invitation to come to Perryville, Missouri, for the annual May Procession.

Be sure to browse our gift shop’s spring religious items and order Easter cards to send the gift of Easter prayer to loved ones.

Be assured that you and your needs are remembered in the daily Mass and prayers of the Vincentian community at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.

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Enjoy the Fall Bulletin!
This issue of the Bulletin newsletter highlights stories about important and unusual journeys. Father Kevin tells about the incredible spiritual journey of two Jewish brothers, contemporaries of Saint Catherine Labouré, whose lives were changed forever by Christ’s love and mercy poured out through Mary. You’ll read about the fascinating life path and road to martyrdom of one of Our Lady’s greatest advocates and patron saint of the 20th century, Maximilian Kolbe. Hear from one AMM member about the way of faith his parents instilled in him from little on. And don’t miss Don Fulford’s story of an unforgettable childhood journey — an 18-hour road trip with his parents and five siblings — and the spiritual lesson that plays out along the way.

We pray that the Fall Bulletin inspires you along your own daily paths. As always, we welcome you to send your own stories of faith and family that we can share with fellow AMM members. Call us at 1-800-264-MARY (6279) or email us at ammfather@amm.org.

Finally, it’s not too early start your holiday gift shopping. Check out the new Fall Gift Brochure which features many new items for yourself or loved ones.

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Read the Spring Bulletin!
We hope you’ll take a moment now to enjoy the Association’s Spring Bulletin newsletter. We’ll be celebrating family life and sharing stories of earthly and spiritual families. Father Kevin shares a look back on his early years with family, growing up in California. Father Ron offers some very practical ways families can observe Lent together in prayer—thus growing closer to one another through that. Don’t miss Don Fulford’s reflection on one elderly couple’s enduring love. And there’s a special invitation to your family to visit the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal here in Perryville – for our annual May Procession, or anytime!

At AMM, it is our mission and our promise to do all we can to support you and your family through prayer along your spiritual journey. We hope the Spring Bulletin inspires your Lent!

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We hope you’ll enjoy the inspiring Advent and Christmas Reflections in this issue of the Bulletin newsletter, as well as the conclusion of the Marian Meditation statue stories. (Especially the two titles cherished by so many AMM members: Our Lady of Guadalupe and Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.) We’re eager to share with you an overview of our financial accountability report — good news made possible by thousands of AMM members who remain devoted to our ministry. See the new Votive Light Card for 2021 and order soon. Testimonials from our members are always a favorite among readers and can also be found in this issue.. 

This time of year also brings with it a humble invitation to consider providing for the future of Mary’s Association. Please prayerfully consider the opportunities shared in this issue of Rays of Light. We are deeply grateful for your commitment to our Lady’s Association. 

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