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As part of AMM’s ministry to members, beautiful Easter cards are available upon request. Each card offers a special spiritual gift for your loved ones. Your recipient will be remembered in prayer on Easter Sunday and throughout the octave of Masses concluding on Divine Mercy Sunday. 

We’ll place any petitions you wish to include near Mary’s National Shrine Altar to be remembered beginning now through the conclusion of our Easter celebration. You are also invited to request a Votive Light to represent their spiritual presence at the Shrine this season. 

You can read more about the grace of hope and the gift of new life in
Father Kevin’s Easter letter. 

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Lent Begins Next Week
Ash Wednesday is March 2. Throughout the holy season of Lent, let us pray through Mary to unite ourselves more fully with her Son, Jesus Christ. AMM offers a variety of ways to assist you along your spiritual journey this Lent:

Send your special intentions to be placed near Mary’s Shrine Altar 
• Pray this Ash Wednesday prayer 
• Pray this prayer for Lent each day 
Request Easter Cards to send to loved ones

Together, let us ask Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal to bring us into ever greater union with her Son, Jesus, who has saved us through his holy passion, death, and resurrection. “Behold, now is a very acceptable time; behold, now is the day of salvation.” 2 Corinthians 6:2

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Sharing Easter Blessings
Please take a moment to read Father Kevin’s Easter letter telling of the Association’s work to share the joy of the Resurrection. As part of AMM’s ministry to members, we offer beautiful Easter cards you can request and send to loved ones. The card assures the recipient of a special gift of prayer on Easter Sunday and remembrance in the Easter Octave of Masses.

Any petitions you wish to send will rest near Mary’s National Shrine Altar to be remembered throughout Lent and our Easter celebrations. Also, you are invited to join hundreds of members in our AMM family who are requesting a Votive Light to represent their spiritual presence at the Shrine here in Perryville, Missouri.

We are an Easter people, infinitely blessed by God “ … who in his great mercy gave us a new birth to a living hope through the resurrection of Jesus Christ from the dead...”  1 Peter 1:3

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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.

We are a Resurrection people! God promised that he would redeem mankind from sin through the Resurrection of our Lord Jesus Christ. Read Father. Kevin’s message of God’s grace this Easter season. 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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In the first issue of the Miraculous Medal Bulletin for 2020, Father Kevin talks about the important role and power of memories and storytelling across generations as a way to bring people together.
Father Hinni’s article explores prayer as an activity and how prayer can bring us joy, peace, confidence, and hope in our God. You will also find information about our annual May Procession on May 3, along with the change of time to the Monday Novena. The Spring Bulletin contains our 2020 Spring Gift Brochure in which features new items as well as other religious items suitable for First Communion, Confirmation, Mother’s Day, and Father’s Day. Our new Easter cards are also introduced, as are three of the marble statues on the new Marian Meditation Walk. We hope you will take time to read these articles and others in the 2020 Spring Bulletin. 

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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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Easter Blessings!
Jesus is risen, and so are we! Read Fr. Kevin’s message about the resurrection of Jesus redeeming mankind forever and why Easter is a time of hopeful transformation. 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 our new Easter card 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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