of Conversionsby Our Lady of the
Roses, Mary Help of Mothers
Our Lady of the Roses:
I was formerly a member of the Episcopal Church, a
Protestant. Then I heard of Our Lady of the Roses, through a message given to my
niece, which I believed in right away because I was always interested in
prophecy. I saw that Our Ladyís words--Her messages--were true, because it
kind of tied in with everything Iíve always read in the Bible and other
prophecies, and I believed it right away.
And then, I started coming here. Not long after, I read
another message, in which Our Lady told a former Protestant that if he wanted
his prayers answered, he should become a Catholic. I took that as sign for me,
that I, too, should become a Catholic. I started taking instructions--myself and
my daughter--and we both were baptized about a half a year later.
I had been living away from any practice of religion. I
didnít go to church on Sunday--I just read the papers and took it easy. Since
then, my life has changed completely. I now go to church everyday. I receive the
sacrament of Holy Communion everyday. I go to Confession as often as I can. I
say the Rosary as many times as I can each day--both me and my daughter. We try
to be as good Catholics as possible, and that is not the only graces that we
received. We also were fortunate to have other members of our families converted
to Catholicism. I have two nieces and their families--and also my
mother--converted to Catholicism. She just passed away in the grace of God, and
that is a great consolation to me.
I am very grateful to Our Holy Mother and to Our Lord
for all the graces that theyíve given to me. I thank Veronica, also, for
taking on a great task of saving souls in this day and age, when everything is
so bad in the world. And thank God the Father, of course for everything.
from Long Island, New York
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