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A cherished Christmas tradition at our Lady’s Association is sharing Christmas cards for you to send as spiritual gifts to relatives, friends, neighbors, co-workers, and anyone else in need of God’s loving grace. The cards will not only warm the hearts of those who receive them, but will also grant your recipients a share in an Octave of Masses beginning on Christmas Day offered here at our Lady’s Shrine. This year we are excited to offer three new Christmas cards. Read Fr. Kevin’s letter about the power of creating lasting Christmas memories with your loved ones. Any intentions you send us will be placed at our Lady’s Shrine for remembrance in the Christmas Octave beginning on Christmas Day and ending on January 1. Request your Christmas cards today and send us your intentions.
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Christmas Blessings
“Rejoice and be glad for the Savior has been born!” 

The Association of the Miraculous Medal staff would like to wish you and your family the gift of faith, the blessing of hope, and the peace of God’s love on Christmas Day and always.  May you have a wonderful Christmas and a blessed New Year.  Here is our Christmas prayer for you. Listen as Father Kevin and Don extend blessings to you this Christmas season, and thank you for your continued support of our Lady’s Association.
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Christmas is fast approaching, and many of you are feeling overwhelmed by all the preparations of the season. If you are seeing a deeper encounter with Christ this Christmas, I encourage you to offer Jesus your prayers of thanksgiving.  A perfect way to do this is to send me your Christmas petitions to be included in the Shrine’s Christmas Novena, December 16-24.  Your intentions will be placed at our Lady’s Shrine for remembrance as we prepare for the coming of our Lord.  You might also want to burn a Votive Light in thanksgiving for the blessings of the year.  I hope you will join us, either in spirit or in person, for this year’s Christmas Novena at the Shrine Church in Perryville, Missouri.
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