Our Lady Rescues Holy Souls . . .

The time has come for us to be thinking and praying for our beloved dead. Please download and read our latest newsletter for the Octave of Masses for the Poor and Holy Souls in Purgatory.

 

May perpetual light shine upon them and may the souls of the faithful departed rest in peace. Amen.

Our Lady Rescues Holy Souls
MSJB Holy Souls Octave (2022).pdf
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It is time we built a Niche for Our Lady. . .

Thanks to your continued support, we are  planning to build a beautiful Grotto to complement our parish and provide a place for our congregation to pray and light candles... but most especially to give honor to the highest honor of our race. For how can one have a church dedicated to Our Lady of Lourdes without a Grotto? We now have the plans according to which we hope to hollow out a place in the rock worthy of Our Lady of Lourdes. Yet, the planned Grotto is modest, with modest statuary to match our modest church. It will be a place of repose and meditation with a water feature set in beautifully landscaped hillside.

Elevar Design Group Architectural Plans for Grotto
OLOL-BOA_ArchPlans.pdf
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Our Lady of Lourdes Responds to Renewed Concerns over Grotto
Our Lady of Lourdes Responds.pdf
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Fr. Mark Keene's Letter in support of the Grotto
OUR LADY OR LOURDES - Letter to Adjuster[...]
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The Dean of Lourdes, Abbe Peyramale, to St Bernadette:

“Ask the Lady Her name once more, and when we know Her name,

we will build Her a chapel. And it won’t be a little one, I tell you;

it will be a very big one.”

Help us build a Grotto for Our Lady...

    A cave of refreshment in dark times.

Help the Fathers build something beautiful for Our Lord and His Mother.

Although it is best to use a check, we do accept donations through paypal...

 

The Missionaries are now able to accept donation of stocks. Please contact Frederick Doll of Edward Jones to arrange the DTC gifting instructions.

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