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Receiving a hand-addressed card in the mail can be the highlight of someone’s day — especially someone who may live alone or be facing a difficult trial right now. 

Request the Association’s winter Votive Light card to announce your prayerful remembrance of a loved one near or far. 

Your love and care will be long remembered while the rays of your Votive Light illuminate the National Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal, a sign of your thoughtful gesture in the new year!

Request the Votive Light card here. Or, call us at 1-800-264-6279, or email

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Join fellow members of the Association of the Miraculous Medal in celebrating the Immaculate Conception of Our Blessed Mother. This is the solemn feast commemorating God’s gracious gift to Mary in preserving her from the stain of original sin. 

In 1830, Mary called upon all people to invoke her as “conceived without sin,” as this phrase appears on the Miraculous Medal she instructed Catherine Labouré to create and promote. 

On December 8, 1854, Blessed Pope Pius IX released a document defining the dogma of the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary, stating that she: “In the first instance of her conception, by a singular privilege and grace granted by God, in view of the merits of Jesus Christ, the Savior of the human race, was preserved exempt from all stain of original sin.” 

Take a moment now to entrust your intentions to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal. They will be placed near Mary’s Altar at the National Shrine in Perryville, Missouri, and remembered throughout the eight-day octave of Masses in celebration of Our Lady’s Immaculate Conception, beginning December 8. 

You are also invited to recite this prayer daily during the octave to enhance your observance of this feast.

Requesting a Votive Light to burn is another special sign of your love for the Mother of God — the pure and holy Queen through whom every grace and favor flow to us!
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A Prayer for Thanksgiving
(Psalm 145:10-11, 15)
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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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O Lord, grant those who have died the joy of your presence, and us who are living the happiness of knowing this. Amen.
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Fall Gift Brochure
Quantities of many gifts are limited. Please order early.
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A recent survey revealed that just 58% of U.S. Catholics belong to a church. Loved ones of “fallen away” Church members often suffer deeply.

On November 28, the feast day of Saint Catherine Labouré, the Association of the Miraculous Medal will celebrate a special Mass to ask Our Lady’s intercession for non-practicing Catholics to return to the faith.

You are invited to send the names of loved one(s) you would like remembered during Mass.

Many of the earliest supernatural favors associated with the Miraculous Medal were the blessings of loved ones coming back to the faith when no one thought it possible.

Read Father Clay’s letter about interceding for a return to the faith for those you love.
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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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The Association’s annual Rosary Octave of Prayer will begin on Saturday, October 7, the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Saint Pius V established this feast in 1573 in gratitude for the victory of Christians over the Turks at Lepanto, a victory attributed to widespread recitation of the Rosary.

Pope Francis has encouraged the faithful to “rediscover, especially during the month of October, the beauty of the prayer of the Rosary, which has nourished the faith of the Christian people through the centuries … The recitation of the Rosary is the most beautiful prayer we can offer to the Virgin Mary; it is a contemplation on the stages of the life of Jesus the Savior with his Mother and is a weapon that protects us from evils and temptations."

Beyond its power to help us individually, the Blessed Virgin has urged the recitation of the Rosary as a means of restoring peace in the face of wars, oppression, and social injustice. 

You are invited to be among those AMM members joining us from home to pray five mysteries of the Rosary daily for eight days. Send your intentions to be remembered in prayer throughout the octave at Our Lady’s Shrine. You may also request Votive Lights to burn for your needs or as a gift of gratitude for blessings and favors Our Lady has already obtained for you and those you love.
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