July 22 is the feast of St. Mary Magdalene. Jesus drove seven demons from her and mercifully forgave her sins. She might have been a prostitute.
She was the sister of Lazarus and Martha. Jesus told Martha that Mary had chosen the better part – contemplation of Him rather than extreme busyness.
Mary was faithful to Jesus to the last. She stood with His mother and the Apostle John at the foot of His Cross, witnessed His burial and was the first recorded witness of His resurrection.According to John, the resurrected Jesus singled Mary Magdalene out from all the others, charging her alone to bring the good news of His resurrection to His disciples.
Our Apostolates bring the good news of God’s mercy through Visitations of our Missionary Images that bring conversions, healings, and hope. Read about our Mission. We need your help to continue our Mission.
We must raise these funds by September 29th, the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, if we are going to be able to continue making Visitations of our Missionary Images all around the United States, and spreading devotion to Our Lady of Guadalupe, Jesus King of All Nations, Our Lady of America and St. John Paul II.Our work and God’s grace brings conversions, healings, hope and peace. Perhaps you have experienced some of these.
Our Lady of Guadalupe told St. Juan Diego, “Do the best that you can.” We simply ask that you do the best that you can to support our Apostolates.
Any gift, whether $20, $50, $100, or $250 or more will go a long way in helping us to reach our goal and more people with these holy devotions.
Don’t forget, we remember you. Our benefactors receive the following spiritual benefits from our Apostolates: our intercession for your Prayer Petitions (click here to make your Prayer Petitions); in our weekly Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament; and in our special monthly Masses for your intentions. Thank you for your donation today!
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