The Brown Scapular isn't something that Our Lady just came up with out of the blue. It has biblical symbolism that goes back to the Old Testament.
Since I started the project, I've had numerous requests from people who would like to take to the road and recreate my pilgrimage for themselves. The sad truth is that it's not so easy to exactly replicate what I did. The good news is that I can tell you how to form your own Marian Pilgrimage using your own resources and starting right from home.
I receive so many requests for prayers on a regular basis! The need for prayer is so great! Of course, I gladly pray for them, entrust them and their petitions to our Blessed Mother Mary, and encourage them to pray for others who are in need. Because this has become so popular, I've decided to include it in a weekly blog post called "Prayer Power," this being the first.
You want to forgive, but you just can’t stop brooding about the wrong that’s been done to you. The fact that the other person isn’t one bit sorry makes things even worse. Here are three easy (yes easy) steps to stop brooding and start forgiving.
Exciting! My five-part series on Women of Grace airs on EWTN June 17-21 Monday-Friday at 11amEST and 11:30pmEST each day. The topic is Exploring the Mother Wound: A Path to Forgiveness.
Would you like to know more about my journeys to nine different Marian pilgrimage places coast-to-coast across America that what I've written in the book? Would you like to see never-seen-before images of the pilgrimage sites? I'm sharing tips, treasures, back stories, and photos from my private collection with my subscribers at MargeFenelon.com.