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"This book will be an invaluable asset for those who need to forgive and be forgiven. Marge had courageously shared the story of her painful childhood experiences in order to bring others an awareness of a path for healing. Seeking the assistance of the Blessed Mother's guidance in prayer, Mary affirms all her children as they unite their experiences in a deepening relationship with her Son."~Archbishop Jerome E. Listecki, Archdiocese of Milwaukee
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Through the centuries, Our Lady of Prompt Succor has continued her work, bringing quick help to those who seek her aid. Visitors from all over the world have come to the shrine, and it’s common to see the faithful kneeling or resting in the pews as they pour out their hearts to her.
As St. Joseph so humbly and diligently worked at his carpentry trade to provide for the Holy Family, we, too, are called to labor in humility and diligence for the greater glory of God.
Do you know the date and place of the First Thanksgiving? If you guessed 1621 and Plymouth, Massachusetts, you are wrong. Surprised? Me too.
Many impressions touched my heart when I visited the Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Atlanta, Georgia on my Marian Pilgrimage. It will take me a while to sort through all the impressions that touched my heart. But the one that lingers with me now is the story of a brave Irish priest named Fr. Thomas O’ Reilly.