• Alleluia! Jesus Lives! Alleluia!

    Happy Easter to all! What a wonderful feast and what a great gift our Faith is!

    Can you imagine what JOY must have been felt by the Our Blessed Mother, the Apostles, and the Holy Women when they saw Jesus ALIVE after all He had suffered!

    It was unbelievable, and yet it is TRUE - JESUS LIVES! Our prayer for you is that during this most Holy Season of Easter your heart may come alive in knowing that Jesus is alive FOR YOU and cares about all the concerns and needs that you have!

    Jesus has won the victory and it is ours as well! Blessings!

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