Video – News: Visitation of Our Lady of America to St. Veronica’s in Howell, NJ

By September 25, 2007News, Our Lady of America
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Ave Maria!

Fr. Angelo Geiger, FI gives a homily at the visitation of Our Lady of America at St. Veronica's in Howell, NJ as she is escorted in grand style by the Jackson Fire Department with four fire engines, lights flashing, sirens wailing and horns blaring through the City of Howell and then carried into St. Veronica's church. In the context of this manly devotion of the fire men (many of whom were at Ground Zero six years ago) and Our Lady's call to purity and the upholding of family life, Fr. Angelo calls us to renew our commitment to the family and especially for men to embrace the much neglected vocation of fatherhood as key to promoting purity in society. Our Lady of America has promised to give us the strength to follow these difficult vocations if only we take up devotion to her Immaculate Heart. We hope to have the Visitation to St. Antoninus and other videos up soon.

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  • Roy and Robin says:

    Ave Maria!

    This video was definitely worth the wait! Well done!

    What a wonderful homily, Fr. Angelo!

    Thanks to all who are working so hard to bring Our Lady of America and Her message to so many people! May their hearts be touched in such a way that by their prayers and actions, Her request to bring purity to the world is accomplished quickly!

    Ave Maria!

  • THERESA says:

    I took my kids out of school early from Bayridge, Brookly and headed to ST. Veronica’s church to see “OUR LADY OF AMERICA”, I advise anyone who is thinking of going, please do……..She is so beautiful, she is our hope for America……..please continue to tell everyone you know about her……People are just starting to find out about her, many have no idea the importance of her message……please , it is up to all of us, to do this….May God Bless Everyone…..May we never give up Hope….

  • Jose says:

    I also encourage everyone to try to see this beautiful image which represents great hope for our country.

    All those who are being touched by Our Lady of America should also do themselves an even greater spiritual pilgrimage and go to Rome City, IN where it all began. I spent many hours praying in front of this statue in St. Louis and I have spent many Fridays praying the rosary on the hill and in the chapel at Sylvan Springs. I want you ALL to know that She is waiting for you there. I encourage you to take your family to visit and pray together. Bring Her your open heart and your petitions. She will lead you to Her Son in a way that cannot be described.

    You can get info at 260-854-3525 or on the internet at OLTIV dot org.

    God Bless you all and God guide our Bishops to confirm this enthronement ASAP!!!

  • Rita Schneider says:

    Just wanted to know how we here in the Bronx can have Our Lady of America come to our Parish.

    Thank you.

  • Peter S. Scozzare says:

    God bless St. Veronica. Good to see you all especially under the Queenship of Our Most Holy Mother. The Scozzare family praying for all of you.

  • Catherine Suchodolski says:

    Sincere thanks to all who made the visit of Our Lady of America possible! How wonderful to see the love and respect for Our Lady. There is hope for our wonderful country to answer Our Lady’s request that we all live good lives and love and honor God and His Son, Our Lord Jesus Christ. May God continue to bless us all!

  • Patti Lopez says:

    I am so happy to see that Our Lady of America was brought to New Jersey. I pray for my family in N.J. to realize how much God loves them, each one tremendously. I live in Florida and haven’t seen them for a while. I am so thankful for this video, it makes me feel hopeful. May God bless you!

  • John Laws says:

    Here’s a stub for Our Lady of America on Wikipedia. The friars and sisters are welcome to give it life: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Our_Lady_of_America

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