NEWS PROVIDED BYCoalition of Eucharistic & Marian Apostolates (CEMA)
Sept. 29, 2020
LA CROSSE, Wis., Sept. 29, 2020 /Christian Newswire
/ -- In these tumultuous times, the Coalition of Eucharistic & Marian Apostolates (CEMA)
reminds the faithful of the rich tradition of our Catholic faith and encourages us to call upon Our Lord through the intercession of Our Lady.
The culmination of CEMA's combined efforts is an extraordinary 15 day pilgrimage of prayer, Triumph Tour 2020
. This powerful movement includes a schedule of daily prayer events across the US and Canada starting on the September 29th Feast of the Archangels. The call to action is: "LED BY OUR LADY WE COME TO OUR LORD. In times of darkness and uncertainty we hold fast to hope, knowing that the Sacred Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary will ultimately TRIUMPH."
All are invited to participate virtually in each of the 15 days events. Use the Zoom link at the top of the schedule on the Triumph Tour 2020 website. For those who feel called to come and participate in person, those details are available through the schedule links.
Join in prayer with thousands of others for this physical and virtual tour of unifying prayer for our families, our nations, and our world. From points all across North America we turn our hearts toward heaven together. Join each day, or just a few days, from September 29th through October 13th. Also join in CEMA apostolates' events beyond October 13th.
"Together, we are facing a time of unprecedented spiritual and physical challenges" states Fr. Richard Heilman, spiritual director of CEMA. "This Coalition is uniting Catholics across countries and continents to find solace, protection, strength and healing in the mighty power of God. Led by Our Lady, we come to Our Lord... to pray for the healing of our loved ones, of our nations, and of our world."
CEMA was formed to unify Eucharistic and Marian Apostolates in order to magnify the efforts to more effectively reclaim for Jesus Christ our families, our Church and our nations. In addition to supporting each apostolate's initiatives, the coalition seeks ways to join forces to accomplish that mission.
"It brought me great joy and encouragement to discover the work of the Coalition of Eucharistic and Marian Apostolates. As rector of Canada's National Marian Shrine of Our Lady of the Cape, I look forward to partnering with CEMA to make Mary more widely known and loved; especially through these uncertain times!" states Bishop Pierre-Olivier Tremblay, O.M.I.
SOURCE Coalition of Eucharistic & Marian Apostolates (CEMA)
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