Skip to comments.America Needs Fatima Launches "Miracles for America" Campaign: A Miraculous Medal Outreach
Posted on 01/04/2005 8:10:28 AM PST by concernedAmerican1
For those in need of special graces, one secure way to obtain them is the Miraculous Medal. As the name implies, devotees experience nothing short of miracles when they have recourse to this great treasure of the Church.
The America Needs Fatima campaign has just launched a nationwide drive called Miracles for America to get free Miraculous Medals and novena cards in hands of tens of thousands of Americans. Campaign director Robert E. Ritchie hopes to distribute 200,000 blessed medals soon.
The medal originated in 1830 when Our Lady appeared to Saint Catherine Laboure. This devout religious was entrusted with the mission to coin and spread the Miraculous Medal. Our Lady told her: All those who carry this medal will receive great graces, especially by wearing it on a neck chain. Graces will flow even more abundantly to those who carry it with confidence.
If graces are given to people who wear the medal, even more abundant graces are reserved for those who help spread it! says Mr. Ritchie. That is why Miracles for America is so very urgent and can do so much good to countless souls.
Devotion to the Miraculous Medal takes on greater importance in the struggle to oppose todays shocking moral decadence. During the second apparition to Saint Catherine, Our Blessed Mother explained how pleased she is when people pray to her and how generous she is with them, how she gives special graces to those who ask, and what a great joy she takes in granting them.
Countless conversions and cures have been obtained by using the medal with confidence. Miracles for America hopes to get the medals to families especially families with children and young adults that suffer the brutal attacks and temptations of todays anti-Fatima culture.
If you would like to receive a Miraculous Medal package, please visit: http://tfp.org/anf/miraculous_medal_miracles_for_america.html
Isn't TFP a cult?
A number of pro-communist liberation theology followers, enemies of tradition, spread calumies like "TFP is a cult." However, as much as they tried, they never were able to present any proof of their claims. Oh wow! How interesting. I wonder why. Alterior motives maybe? I wonder if their attack against TFP has any connection to the fact that TFP opposes communism and socialism.
No, I don’t think so.
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