Dear Friend of Dan Lynch Apostolates,
On Sunday, June 22, 2014, we will celebrate our 23rd anniversary and the
Solemnity of the Most Holy Body and Blood of Christ (Corpus Christi in
Latin) in honor of the institution of the sacrament of the Eucharist by
Jesus at His Last Supper.
We should remember that what appears as bread and wine is really and
substantially the Body and Blood of our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ.
Pope Francis has spoken about how the Eucharist should nourish an attitude of solidarity.
On this Solemnity, we ask you to be in solidarity with us as we begin our Summer Campaign to support our Apostolates.
We must raise $130,000 by the end of the summer to continue our work for the next quarter.
Many of our supporters take well-deserved summer vacations, which causes our support to reach its lowest levels of the year.
So, we would really appreciate your help to keep our Missionary Images
of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Jesus King of All Nations and Our Lady of
America on their Visitations throughout America.
But, in order to continue this amazing work for the greater glory of God, we must raise $130,000 by the Feast of St. Michael the Archangel, September 29, if we are going to keep these Apostolates active!
This is just for our normal operating expenses of maintaining our Apostolates’ Center and paying our modest salaries.
There is no surplus in our budget, which does not include any special projects, needs, or savings.
Please make your most generous donation online today.
Sharon, one of our supporters, reported to me about her healing through a
Visitation of the Missionary Image of Our Lady of Guadalupe and a
“I needed to be prayed over because I had a tumor on my pancreas. You
had your hand over my pancreas, and suddenly, I felt (you felt it, too)
a rolling movement in my abdomen. It felt like the movement of a fetus
inside my womb in the third trimester. There was oil on the Image, and glitter, and Our Lady’s hands were so warm.
The next morning, I had a surgical procedure done. I signed a
Consent Form for the removal of a malignant cancerous tumor on my
pancreas. When the doctors performed the procedure, they found that the
‘tumor’ was half the size that the CT and MRI had shown, and that it
was not malignant, but precancerous. They could not believe what had
happened to the tumor. It was a miracle! A special blessing from Our
Lord and Our Lady was granted to me, their humble servant.“
It is only through your generous support
that we continue our work to promote Visitations throughout the country
so that more people become aware of the great works of God.
So, I ask you to please prayerfully consider giving the most generous amount you can today
in support of our Summer Campaign. It is only together that we can
build the Culture of Life and a Civilization of Love for which Saint
John Paul II prayed.
We strive to honor your generosity through our dedication to our mission. (See the impact of your donation by clicking here).
It is humbling for me to ask for money. However, I have a responsibility
to God, to our Catholic mission, to all who can benefit from that
mission, and to our staff and their families.
Please take a few minutes right now and make your donation online by clicking here.
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 to me, “Bless you for all of your hard work in arranging Visitations of your Images which you sacrifice for the world!”
Please help us to continue our spiritual and corporal works of mercy
through the Visitations of our Images throughout America to churches,
schools, homes, hospitals, nursing homes, prisons and abortion centers!
We remember you in our daily rosaries, chaplets and novenas, in our
weekly Holy Hour before the Blessed Sacrament and in our special monthly
Masses celebrated for your intentions.
Thank you for remembering us.
Sincerely in Christ,
P.S. “Be not sparing of freewill gifts. With each contribution show a
cheerful countenance, and pay your tithes in a spirit of joy. Give to
the Most High as He has given to you, generously, according to your
means. For the LORD is one who always repays, and He will give back to
you sevenfold.” (Sirach 35:7-10)