Our Lady's Garden

Spend some time with her and she will wrap you in her mantle


Our Lady -

We are proud to call Mary, 

the mother of Jesus, 

Our Lady.  

For mothers, seeking to raise children in the 

modern world, we gladly turn to the example of 

Our Lady for guidance and consolation 

in this our "vale of tears".

This site is consecrated through the 

Immaculate Heart of Mary to 

the Sacred Heart of Jesus.

We celebrate the life of 
Matthias Ambrose.

All life is precious! 

We were blessed by our son, Matthias

and our three days with him.

Three Days is a Lifetime!

The story of 

Matthias Ambrose

Continue to Celebrate!

101st Anniversary of  The Miracle of the Sun 

Our Lady's Message is for 



Change is tough.


It can challenge our faith and cause us anxiety.

If you struggle with change - 

big and little, 

join me in this novena-

Novena of Surrender 

to the Will of God 

authored by Servant of God, 

Surrender to the Will of God, Father Don Dolindo Ruotolo.

Join the Conference of Catholic Bishops in 
9 Days of Prayer for Life!
January 21-29

Click Here to join!

The Manifestation of God




Holy Spirit 


Jesus' Baptism

New Blog-

January 18, 2020

Excited about 

Ordinary Time?

I am

Join me as we start new 

habits and join Jesus  

during Ordinary Time.

New Blog

A Blessed New Year

to you!

Seeking the 

Holy Spirit 

in this New Year!

Come, Holy Spirit!

Come Now!

Come as You will!

A New Year's Blog

First Friday Alert 

Get your seat now!

February 7th, 2020


Do you have a burning petition? 

Don't miss out.

Knock and Jesus will open 

the door.

More Information 

on the

Nine First 





First Saturday Alert 

February 1, 2020

Is 2020 the year to begin the 

First Five Saturdays?

A gift to Our Lady

The Five First Saturdays 

Seek to console the

 Immaculate Heart 

of our

Sorrowful Mother

in this devotion.

Difficult Pregnancy Trisomy 18

"How can there be too many children?

That is like saying there are too many flowers."  Mother Theresa

Matthias Ambrose

"If every tiny flower wanted to be a rose, spring would lose its loveliness.”

Therese of Lisieux