*Since .famvin will be “dark” during the Easter triduum, we offer you the final 5 videos in the Lenten Video Series offered by the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal. Please note that the video links will not be activated until the day they are scheduled for.*
Day 37, Gift of Grace (March 31)
Former CBS Anchorwoman, Pat Ciarrocchi shares a personal story about a harrowing medical emergency. She explains how the gift of grace through the Hail Mary guided her forward. God delivers challenges to our doorstep. Through prayer, we understand those challenges, and through grace, we accept them.
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Day 38, Goodness and Life (Holy Thursday)
Father John “Jack” Timlin, CM prays to live his life free of judgment and selfishness. He prays for goodness and life, healing divides, strengthening our society, and a future that is more equitable and just.
Day 39, Exodus 90 (Good Friday)
Tim Poole shares his story of facing struggles head-on through a program called Exodus 90, a core workout for the spirit. Working on his personal issues, and communicating with God through prayer caused Tim to be energized, rejuvenated, and ready to spread his joy with others.
Day 40, King Arthur (Holy Saturday)
When Stewardship Mission Ambassador, Luke LeTourneau, discovered that his 8th child was going to be born with a series congenital heart defects, he asked why God would allow this to happen. Luke surrendered himself to God through prayer and settled the fate of his newborn “King Arthur” in the Lord’s hands.
Happy Easter from Father Aidan Rooney, CM! We have come to the end of our Lenten Journey. What do we know now that we didn’t know when we started? Have you gained any insight into how you can set your prayer in motion? Learn to let God search you, break you, and send you. The goal of prayer is to let God more deeply into your life to examine you. Allow us to answer God’s call in with the same attitude as our Blessed Mother, and say: let it be done to me, according to your word.