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  • Ignatius ManfredoniaIgnatius Manfredonia
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    This past Wednesday, I was travelling from Bloomington, IN to La Crosse, WI and had a 2 hr. wait at Union Station in Chicago. I had a medium size tupperware with me filled with pamphlets, books, CDs, medals, and holy cards which I always take with me whenever I’m out and about. It fits in a bag that I can sling over my shoulder. With that, I was able to spend those two hrs. evangelizing on the street just outside the station. So many fruitful conversations, so many souls in need and ready to receive grace…a Lutheran, now considering becoming Catholic; a fallen away Catholic, who said he would go to Mass this Sunday; a Bapstist, asking if one can be saved if they do not become Catholic; a poor man on the street in need of prayer and material help; a couple having hard times…and on and on. This apostolate is incredible. Happy Feast of Our Lady of Fatima! Ave Maria!

    Joanne FieldsJoanne Fields
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    This is great! Why sit waiting when you can be evangelizing!? Cool!

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