Our Lady of Guadalupe asked St. Juan Diego, “Am I not here who am your mother?” and she left him the sign of her Image on his cloak to prove it. She is still with us in her Missionary Image and she still leaves us signs that she is our mother.
Visitation Signs and Wonders Bring Hope
Amy wrote to me about her experiences with the Missionary Image in Virginia and how Our Lady intercedes for life.
This is the third or fourth time that I have had the privilege of venerating the Missionary Image. (See the photo). I am sitting here in front of the Image at Holy Trinity Church writing this. I could sit here every day for hours and just stare at her beauty! I am so at peace when I am around this Image!
These Visitations, signs, wonders and conversions bring us hope! It is alive in those who venerate Our Lady of Guadalupe in her Missionary Image on her Visitations throughout our country.
The last time that the Image was here I invited my 26 year old daughter and her husband, who was rather skeptical, to be prayed over. They had been trying to conceive a child for a couple of years, but were told by the doctor that they would never have a child. Vivian, the Guardian of the Image, lovingly pressed the Image into my daughter as she prayed over her. One month later my daughter found out she was pregnant! Thank You Jesus and Mary!!! Praise be to God!!!
In November, she gave birth to a healthy baby boy whom she named Noah. He also received the gift of Holy Glitter which appeared upon him.
When my other two daughters and I listened on the Missionary Image with a stethoscope, each of us heard baby Jesus kick!!! Wow!!! I can't begin to describe the feeling that comes over you when this happens! What a privilege and Blessing Mary gave to us!
And Holy Glitter, well Holy Glitter was everywhere around the church and on us! My daughters loved to gather it up on pieces of scotch tape! Thank you Mary for making your presence known to us!
I myself, have been sick for over 3 years now with sores on my head with hair loss. The first and second time that I saw the Image, Vivian prayed over me and my hair finally started to grow back. I still have a few sores and bald spots, but they are hardly noticeable. The most incredible thing is that almost every day when I comb through my hair I find Holy Glitter on my scalp or stuck in the teeth of the comb!!! I have seen almost all of the colors, but mostly turquoise. It amazes me!!! It always brings a smile to my face and I am reminded that Mother Mary is always present with me and that gives me great comfort! I am still in the process of healing, I know that some healings happen instantly, while others take time, but I am finally at peace most of the time, and if ever my peace begins to go away Mary helps me spot a piece of her Holy Glitter. Always in church or on myself or my children, but I have seen it almost everywhere you can think of when I need it the most!
I want to thank Vivian and Dan Lynch Apostolates for making it possible for people like me who cannot afford to go to Mexico to see the Tilma in real life. You have given me hope and joy in my life and I know in the lives of countless others. May God Bless You and May Our Lady's Blessings of Holy Glitter Fall upon You!
This is why we must continue sending the Missionary Image out on Visitations to all the dioceses and parishes of our country, as St. John Paul II requested.
But, in order to continue this amazing work for the greater glory of God, we must raise $116,000 by Good Friday if we are going to keep these Apostolates active!
Please click here to learn why we need your donations and how we put them to good use.
However, so far we have only raised $1,510.00 online and only a total of $19,667.00 from all of our other sources of donations and merchandise purchases.
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 the Missionary Image which you sacrifice for the world!”
In Our Lady’s Heart,