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Free Book and Rosary

In honor of Mary and the Solemnity of Mary Mother of God on January 1st I am giving away a copy of Rosary Meditations for Real Life and a cord-knot rosary (your choice of color).

To enter, comment in the comment box below and we'll pick one person at random and then contact you for shipping information. Please make sure you sign in to your blogger account or include and email with the comment so I can contact you. I have no way of telling who the anonymous folks are. Sorry. We'll draw a name Saturday evening.

Good luck and God Bless you all. Mary, Mother of my Savior, pray for us.

Comments

majo said…
Thanks for spray the blessing rosary, It is roses for Mary, Im shure she is so happy with this, The world needs to pray the rosary every day, She ask us only that!!!!
Anonymous said…
Blessed Mother, I thank you for all the intercesssions you have granted me to your Divine Son. Holy Mother of God, pray for us sinner, now, and at the hour of our death. Amen
celebr8tr said…
Very nice! Saw the post on facebook. God Bless You!
Anonymous said…
Wow, This is great. I love praying the rosary especially during my hour of adoration. I make every attempt to pray the rosary every day. I have a devotion to the Blessed Mother. She is the first Tabernacle of the world!
ereddick said…
Truest act of devotion to Mary I have ever heard came from my priest in response to something I said about her - "She's the best!" It was so immediate, so spontaneous, so beautiful!
Anonymous said…
I would love to have the rosary meditation book and the rosary. I made those for awhile a few years ago. Thanks for the offer.
Anonymous said…
These are just beautiful! i would love one!
James M. Hahn said…
Please make sure you either sign in to your blogger account or include an email. I have no way of knowing who anonymous posts belong to;-)
Carmela said…
I would love to win these items..My family & I pray the rosary every night..Thanks..
mfogassy said…
My mother prayed the Rosary every night and took me and my kids to the cemetary and prayed by my Dads grave every day. My mother passed also and I now pray with my five kids at bedtime. I would love to receive a Rosary for one of my kids so each of us can start to have our. Thank you for your time. GOd bless all.
mfogassy said…
I forgot to include my email.mfogassy@aol.com Thank you again
Anonymous said…
I would appreciate one of your beautiful rosaries. I am just getting back into exploring my Spirituality. I pray every day, and would love to use a Rosary to pray with.
Thank you.
mickigordon@sbcglobal.net
Anonymous said…
I posted earlier today as Anonymous saying: Blessed Mother, thank you for all your intercession to your Divine Son. Holy Mother of God, pray for us sinners, now, and at the hour of our death. I didnt however, leave my email as I didnt know it was necessary until your posting on FB. Sorry for the 2nd posting saying the same thing.
blhan1021@msn.com
AmMen said…
Hi, thanks for the offer. I am amethystmenace at gmail. com And I am always looking for ways to better connect in prayer!
soonermomof7 said…
Always looking for new ways of looking more deeply into the mysteries of the rosary. Maybe I'll have a new resource...here's hoping!
Kristen J said…
Thanks for this offer; I would love to have a copy of these meditations on the Rosary!

weareacatholicfamily@live.com
As a huge Mary fan, I'd love to read the book. Thanks for the chance to win!
James M. Hahn said…
Congratulations to Kristen J. Your name was randomly picked for the book and rosary. I will send you an email for details. Thanks to you all for entering. We'll do it again soon.
Kristen J said…
Thanks! That's awesome; I guess Blessed Mother really wanted me to have it (though I was going to buy it anyway if I didn't win the drawing...)! :)

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