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Our Lady of America, the Immaculate One

                                                                            Dan Lynch December 8, 2021 On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we

A New Mission for America

As we begin our Advent Campaign, let us remember that 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.”

Our Apostolates fulfill this mission through Visitations of the Missionary Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Jesus King of All Nations and Our Lady of America and our promotion of devotion to St. John Paul II.

Servant of God Dorothy Day’s Pro-Life Memories

“I wish every woman who has ever suffered an abortion would come to know Dorothy Day. Her story was so typical. Made pregnant by a man who insisted she have an abortion, who then abandoned her anyway, she suffered terribly for what she had done, and later pleaded with others not to do the same. But later, too, after becoming a Catholic, she learned the love and mercy of the Lord, and knew she never had to worry about His forgiveness. [This is why I have never condemned a woman who has had an abortion; I weep with her and ask her to remember Dorothy Day’s sorrow but to know always God’s loving mercy and forgiveness.] She had died before I became Archbishop of New York, or I would have called on her immediately upon my arrival. Few people have had such an impact on my life, even though we never met.” Cardinal John O’Connor. This article substantially contains her actual words as edited and sometimes paraphrased by Dan Lynch. The information concerning her abortion was obtained from her biographers and her autobiographical novel, The Eleventh Virgin. Dorothy never publicly wrote or spoke about her abortion…

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini M.S.C.

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saints of the States on All Saints Day

Dan Lynch October 29, 2020 November 1 is All Saints Day. In the Preface for the Mass for All Saints Day, Catholics pray this prayer to God about His saints, “Their glory fills us

St. John Paul II Warned Us!

October 22 is the Memorial of St. John Paul II. Our Apostolates promote devotion to him since he inaugurated the New Evangelization and named Our Lady of Guadalupe as the Star of Evangelization. St. John

Our Lady of America, the Immaculate One

                                                                            Dan Lynch December 8, 2021 On December 8, we celebrate the Feast of the Immaculate Conception, our National Patroness. We celebrate the Immaculate Conception of the Blessed Virgin Mary nine months before we

A New Mission for America

As we begin our Advent Campaign, let us remember that 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.”

Our Apostolates fulfill this mission through Visitations of the Missionary Images of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Jesus King of All Nations and Our Lady of America and our promotion of devotion to St. John Paul II.

Servant of God Dorothy Day’s Pro-Life Memories

“I wish every woman who has ever suffered an abortion would come to know Dorothy Day. Her story was so typical. Made pregnant by a man who insisted she have an abortion, who then abandoned her anyway, she suffered terribly for what she had done, and later pleaded with others not to do the same. But later, too, after becoming a Catholic, she learned the love and mercy of the Lord, and knew she never had to worry about His forgiveness. [This is why I have never condemned a woman who has had an abortion; I weep with her and ask her to remember Dorothy Day’s sorrow but to know always God’s loving mercy and forgiveness.] She had died before I became Archbishop of New York, or I would have called on her immediately upon my arrival. Few people have had such an impact on my life, even though we never met.” Cardinal John O’Connor. This article substantially contains her actual words as edited and sometimes paraphrased by Dan Lynch. The information concerning her abortion was obtained from her biographers and her autobiographical novel, The Eleventh Virgin. Dorothy never publicly wrote or spoke about her abortion…

St. Rose Philippine Duchesne

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saint Frances Xavier Cabrini M.S.C.

“Today the Church needs saints. This calls for our combating our attachment to comforts that lead us to choose a comfortable and insignificant mediocrity. Each one of us has the possibility to be a

Saints of the States on All Saints Day

Dan Lynch October 29, 2020 November 1 is All Saints Day. In the Preface for the Mass for All Saints Day, Catholics pray this prayer to God about His saints, “Their glory fills us

St. John Paul II Warned Us!

October 22 is the Memorial of St. John Paul II. Our Apostolates promote devotion to him since he inaugurated the New Evangelization and named Our Lady of Guadalupe as the Star of Evangelization. St. John

Post Traumatic Abortion Survivor

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