Site Search
Criteria:  
Store Search
Criteria:  
Hide
Association of the Miraculous Medal
News from the Association
Blog Home > Tags > Blessed Mother
Good stories are always in season, and you’ll find them aplenty in this issue of the Fall Bulletin Newsletter! Read about saints and angels … gifts and a grotto … voices from the past and a love story from the present … statues and cities, and much more. There’s an inspiring testimonial from a member in California who asked for Mary’s intercession during the COVID-19 outbreak. And don’t miss the call to pray the Rosary on election day! It’s all right here. Also, if you’re shopping for religious gifts for the coming Christmas season, check out the new Fall Gift Brochure.
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Here at our Lady’s Shrine our Rosary Octave of Prayer will begin on Wednesday, October 7. AMM staff will pray the Rosary daily through next Wednesday, October 14. We hope you, too, will pray the rosary each of the eight days of this octave of prayer. Send us your intentions and the names of your loved ones to be remembered during the eight days of prayer. You may also burn Votive Lights for your special intentions. Pope Francis has urged all Catholics to pray the Rosary daily to unite us as one spiritual family and to help the Church in its time of trial. Saint Pope John Paul II taught that through this ancient prayer, we receive abundant grace, “as though from the very hands of the Mother of the Redeemer.” 
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal has touched the lives of hundreds of millions who have worn her medal and trust in her intercession. We continue Mary’s mission of hope by bringing people to Jesus through Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. In honor of our Lady, you are invited to send your petitions for remembrance in our annual Miraculous Medal Novena of Masses, November 18-26. You can also request Votive Lights to burn for your intentions. Read Fr. Kevin’s letter about how Mary is waiting to hear from you. As a reminder to ask our Lady for God’s graces, request your 15-month Miraculous Medal Planner for 2021-2022. As you write your own scheduled dates and events, it will remind you that Mary brings Jesus to you every day of your life!

Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
When our Blessed Mother first appeared to Saint Catherine Labouré, she was seated, hands open as if asking the young novice to surrender her joys, worries, and intentions to Mary. Today, I pray that like Catherine did, you will spiritually entrust your cares to her, as well. I also invite you to send me your special intentions to be placed physically into the hands of our Lady’s bronze statue here on the National Shrine grounds in Perryville, Missouri. Your needs will be remembered throughout our October 7-14 octave of prayer honoring Our Lady of the Rosary. You may wish to order one or both of these devotional gifts to enrich your prayer journey. Fr. Kevin’s inspiring letter shares more about this wonderful opportunity!
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Our Blessed Mother’s birthday is coming up on Tuesday, September 8. The Association of the Miraculous Medal has a beautiful tradition of celebrating Mary’s birthday each year with an octave of prayer beginning September 8, and ending on September 15.  Send me your petitions to be remembered here at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal during this special octave of prayer honoring our Blessed Mother, and burn Votive Lights for family and friends. When we offer her our united petitions, she hears them and presents them through her Son to our loving Father.  Read Fr. Kevin’s letter with more information about Mary’s birthday.

Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Imagine speaking to our Blessed Mother as Saint Catherine Labouré did 190 years ago on July 18,1830. On that date, Mary told Catherine that God wished to charge her with a mission. As we know, that mission was to promote and distribute the Medal of the Immaculate Conception—the Miraculous Medal. Mary said, “….graces will be shed on all, great and little, who ask for them.”  Mary invites each of us to rest our burdens and cares in her hands.  All we need to do is pray with confidence, asking for her intercession. She will listen and ask God to fill us with his grace. Send your prayer petitions and burn a Votive Light at our Lady’s Altar in time for the anniversary of our Lady’s first apparition to Saint Catherine on July 18. We will place your petitions there for remembrance in the daily Masses and prayers. Please wear and share the Miraculous Medal, remembering to frequently pray its inscription, “O Mary conceived without sin, pray for us who have recourse to thee.”
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Beginning Thursday, August 6, we will honor our Blessed Mother here at the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal with a very special Assumption Novena of Masses. On each of these nine days we will celebrate the Holy Sacrifice of the Mass in devotion to Mary, asking her to help us enjoy heavenly glory at the end of our earthly lives. Please send me any special prayer intentions you have. We will place them at our Lady’s Altar and remember them in the nine Assumption Masses we celebrate, and in the Solemnity Mass on August 15. You may also wish to burn a Votive Light at the Shrine as an expression of your desire to honor Mary and seek her intercession. Read Fr. Kevin’s message about Mary’s Assumption. The Solemnity of the Assumption provides us with a wonderful opportunity to honor Mary, glorious in heaven, always interceding for us!

Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
We all love a good story. In the summer issue of the Miraculous Medal Bulletin, Father Kevin’s message is about the powerful influence of stories in our lives and how the Holy Bible is the Story of stories. Don compares the mountains and valleys to the highs and lows of a well-lived life, and Father Ron writes about storytellers and expresses sympathy for those who have lost loved ones to the Covid-19 virus. The Summer Bulletin also contains a guide to Charitable Giving, information about three more of the marble statues on the new Marian Meditation Walk, and a personal testimony from a member who vouches for our Lady’s intercession. You will also find our new Votive Light Card “Prayers for You” that can be ordered. We hope you will take time to read these articles and more in the 2020 Summer Bulletin. 
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
We seek our Blessed Mother’s intercession for all the intentions we hold close to our heart. But, how much does our Blessed Mother’s intercession aid our intentions, especially for healing? It is immeasurable! Our Mother Mary is our greatest intercessor. She purifies our intentions making them presentable to Christ Jesus. If you know someone in need of Mary’s intercession, use our beautiful new Healing Remembrance Card to bring comfort and strength to those who might be suffering from addiction, physical, spiritual, or emotional pain. You may also burn a Votive Light here at our Lady’s Shrine for your loved one. Our Lady promised Saint Catherine Labouré that she would obtain God’s grace for all who seek her intercession. By using the Healing Remembrance Card, you will be asking Mary to intercede and to bring her Son’s miraculous healing to your loved one in their time of need. Read more about Mary’s intercession for us and God’s grace in Fr. Kevin’s letter.  
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
When Elvis Presley died in 1977, he didn’t have a will or other plan so over 70% of his roughly $10 million estate went to pay taxes and fees. Sitting down with a professional is the key to passing on assets from one generation to the next while avoiding needless taxes. In the first Rays of Light for 2020, Fr. Kevin explains how communication with your family and professional planner is so important in establishing a will. With a little bit of planning, you can leave behind a treasure of prayer, intercession, and discipleship for generations to come.
Comments 0 Rating: Be the first person to rate this post.
Page 1 of 4
First Previous
1
2
3
4
Next Last
Pages :