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St. Joseph the Worker Novena, Day 1

Mouse has the details here. Please note I will NOT be posting daily updates. So please drop by EWTN or Mouse’s blog each day to join us for this Novena

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…the Mouse will pray

Thank-you for praying for me and my lads during what has been a challenging week. Since I’m not sure when I’ll be back, Deirdre (aka Mouse) has stepped up and taken charge of Novena duty. Starts tomorrow. To St. Joseph the Worker. For details, click here. To read the testimonies of some of the families for who we will pray, click here.

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Tuesday Novena thread

Today is the last day of our novena to Our Lady of Good Remedy for friends and family stuck in LC/RC. To find out more on Our Lady of Good Remedy, and how this novena began, please click here. Basically, it was under the title Our Lady of Good Remedy that the Blessed Mother miraculously helped St. John of Matha free thousands of Christians enslaved to Muslim overlords. Here is the daily Novena prayer, which I invite you to join me in praying for Catholics enslaved by

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Novena for friends & family caught in LC/RC

Over the past year I have heard the stories of several good, orthodox Catholics stuck in LC/RC. Some were related to me by friends and family. Others by the individuals themselves. With the Feast of Divine Mercy past us for another year, I will be starting a novena on Monday, April 12 for those individuals who feel stuck in Maciel’s methodology. This novena will be to Our Lady of Good Remedy.

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Day 9 – Divine Mercy Novena for LC/RC victims

Christ is risen! Alleluia! Truly He is risen!
Today is Easter Saturday, the ninth day of the Divine Mercy Novena. I would invite you to join me in praying this powerful novena for Aaron, Jose Barba, Juan Vaca, Bonum’s buddy in the hospital, and all other victims of LC/RC sexual abuse. If you did not make the first day, don’t worry about it. Join in anyway. God will honor your prayers for this intention.

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