Dear Bishop _____________,

Dan Lynch Apostolates promote the approved devotion to Our Lady of America. They have collected nearly 6000 signatures on a Petition to the United States Bishops for the solemn procession and display of her statue in the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington DC.

Please click here to see the canonical approval. Please click here to see the Petition.

On November 15, 1956, Our Lady asked Sister Mildred, the visionary, to draw a picture of her first appearance and requested that a statue be made according to this likeness and that it be placed, after being solemnly carried in procession, in the National Shrine.

Our Lady wishes to be honored there in a special way as “Our Lady of America, the Immaculate Virgin.” Our Lady promised that the placement of her statue in the National Shrine would be a safeguard for our country.

The statue was made as Our Lady requested and it was displayed at the 2006 United States Conference of Catholic Bishops in their Concelebrated Mass Room in Baltimore, Maryland. You may see the statue here.

On September 18, 2014, the United States District Court for the Southern District of Indiana issued a judgment that this statue did not violate any copyright or trademark claims.

At a time when we are faced with the dangers of untold terror, violence and war, the use of nuclear weapons by rogue regimes, worldwide persecution of Christians, economic devastation and the plague of Ebola, Our Lady’s request is most urgent and begs your attention!

I humbly request that you promote the devotion to Our Lady of America in our diocese and that with your brother bishops you respond as soon as possible to Our Lady’s request that her statue be placed, after being solemnly carried in procession, in the National Shrine with the title of “Our Lady of America, the Immaculate Virgin.”

If you would like more information, you may read Dan Lynch’s book, Our Lady of America, Our Hope for the States. You can check it out here.

Here is the link to their website.

Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely in Christ,

Your Name