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.
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.
This past summer, I had the great pleasure of interviewing with CatholicTV’s Bonnie Rodgers about my book, My Queen, My Mother: A Living Novena being released by Ave Maria Press on April 5, 2019.
Do you know the date and place of the First Thanksgiving? If you guessed 1621 and Plymouth, Massachusetts, you are wrong. Surprised? Me too.
I didn’t want fun; I wanted sacrifice, sacrifice that I offered for my readers and for our country so that we could fall more deeply in love with our Blessed Mother and reunite and reclaim the United States for her and her Son.
Money has no real power, no matter how much you have. Or so I thought. My perception changed when I visited House of Mary Shrine in Yankton, South Dakota.
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.