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Saint John Paul II Declared a New Mission for America

Saint John Paul II Declared a New Mission for America

Saint John Paul II declared a new mission for America. He said, “Now is the time of the New Evangelization to lead the People of God in America to cross the threshold of the third millennium with renewed hope. I ask Our Lady of Guadalupe to visit every diocese and parish in America. May she cross this continent bringing it ‘life, sweetness and hope’! ”

Our Apostolates fulfill this mission through Visitations of the Missionary Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe.

We need to raise $130,000 to fund our Summer Campaign
to continue these Visitations.

Please help us . . .

  • To continue the Visitations of the Missionary Images. 
  • To continue to handle our large volume of mail and phone calls for orders, questions and invitations for Visitations. 
  • To form, train and support Guardian Teams to plan and receive Visitations. 
  • To distribute free books, brochures, holy cards, Rosaries and Scapulars to those who cannot afford them. 
  • To produce and distribute books, audios and videos  to help to bring a Culture of Life and a Civilization of Love, for which St. John Paul II prayed. 
To make a donation by phone, you may also call us at 820-524-5350. 

Please send whatever you can afford. As Our Lady of Guadalupe said to St. Juan Diego: “Do the best that you can!”

Every gift no matter how large or small is appreciated.

One of our supporters wrote, “Bless you for all of your hard work in arranging Visitations of your Images which you sacrifice for the world!” 

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 daily Chaplets; in our Rosaries and perpetual Novenas; in our weekly Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament and in our special monthly Masses for your intentions. Thank you for your donation today!

Thank you for remembering us.

Please click here to learn how your donations support our mission.