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'Praying With The Holy Souls' Healing Retreat with Fr. Anthony Gramlich, MIC, and Marty Rotella

11/29/2009 - 2:10 PM PST

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VANDALIA, IL (November 29, 2009) - Our Sorrowful Mothers Ministry is thrilled to present Fr. Gramlich and Marty Rotella at our first event of 2010. This free-of-charge retreat will be held in Vandalia, IL, January 15-17.

The Divine Mercy Message is a special devotion of both of our guest presenters. Marty Rotella believes the Divine Mercy Message is one of the best-kept secrets in the world, right behind the Eucharist and Our Lady of Guadalupe. He says Jesus is the answer to the true healing of all the worlds problems. Jesus, I trust in you! Fr. Gramlich states, the Rosary and the Divine Mercy Chaplet put an incredible peace in my life that I hadnt had before.

Retreat begins with Mass at 4pm on Friday and concludes by 1pm Sunday. The event includes powerful and personal one-on-one help, confession, daily Mass, adoration and teaching.

Vandalia is located one hour east of St. Louis, MO off I-70. Please visit our website for additional information, directions, and lodging options. Delicious homemade meals will be available for purchase all weekend.

This retreat is free of charge; we simply ask that you make a freewill offering while you are with us. Make your reservation by calling Mariann at 618.292.8039 or Kathy at 815.228.9342, or you may email Vanessa at osmm@sbcglobal.net. Do not miss this opportunity to hear these powerful speakers and to experience Gods love and hope at Our Sorrowful Mother's Ministry.

Contact

Our Sorrowful Mother's Ministry
http://www.sorrowfulmothersministry.org  IL, 62471 US
Vanessa Keck - Vice-President, 618 322-2946

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Divine Mercy, Holy Souls, Fr. Anthony Gramlich, Marty Rotella

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