As the area coordinator for the Rosary Campaign for the Fort Worth Diocese, it is a privilege and a joy to help bring Blessed Mother into so many homes so that she may bring her three graces of a spiritual home, inner transformation, and apostolic zeal. Many people have shared their stories of how their lives have been impacted in so many ways once Blessed Mother began making her visits in her Pilgrim Shrine. Over these past few years, people have shared how they have grown stronger in their Catholic faith, how their families began to spend more time together, or how family members who had stopped attending Holy Mass, began to do so regularly. Many people who previously only prayed the rosary during the visits of the Pilgrim Mother have shared that they have since began to pray the rosary every day of the month. Several of them have developed a new appreciation for Adoration. The comment I hear the most is how much they miss Blessed Mother being in their home once their monthly visit ends. It is always greatly uplifting to hear these stories.
At the beginning of each morning, the realization that I am united in the Covenant of Love with our Blessed Mother is such a joy and comfort. Preparing folks in the Rosary Campaign for their covenant of love, and then actually being present with them when they make their covenant is truly most special for me as part of this beautiful apostolate. I am most grateful for this opportunity to serve our Blessed Mother in her Rosary Campaign.