Daily Encouragement & Specials- God has made each of us with a purpose

    Daily Encouragement & Specials- God has made each of us with a purpose


    Dear family,

    Of course, in life there are moments of darkness.

    There are periods of discouragement.

    There are times when we lose sight of the beauty of the sky for all the clouds.

    You may have to bear severe sickness,
    or deal with tremendous pain,
    or you may be disappointed in this or that.

    But remember, whatever difficulty you have to face,
    it will not last.

    It is only a cloud.

    For God has made each of us with a purpose.

    We are made for joy.

    But this joy can never be fully experienced here on earth.

    God’s joy is ultimately realized in eternity.

    To be a Christian is to understand that the cross,
    and the suffering of the cross, has meaning,
    and that suffering is part of our state on this earth.

    Don’t expect paradise on earth.


    But there is meaning,
    and this meaning is the love of God
    and gratitude for life on this earth.

    Whatever your state,
    whatever your situation,
    whatever your purpose,
    always remember that you are made for joy.

    -Alice Von Hildebrand




    Sending our love and prayers to our remnant family...Wendy, Walt and the entire Cukierski family

    (PS:  Catholic Spiritual Guidance Lessons for you, featuring writings from Rev. Fr. Kilian McGowan
    It's a spiritual lifesaver and you can read more HERE )





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    1. "[Putin was] not joking when he talks about the use of tactical nuclear weapons or biological or chemical weapons," 
    We have had friends send us pictures of buses and billboards (especially in NYC and NJ) with messages of what to do in the case of a nuclear event.
    2. The dosing for the Potassium Iodide. Each tablet is 65 mg.

    Dosing Instructions:

    Newborns (birth – 1 month): 16 mg (1/4 65 mg tablet)

    Infants (1 month – 3 years): 32 mg (1/2 65 mg tablet)

    Children (3–18): 65 mg (1 full tablet)

    Adults (18+): 130 mg (2 tablets)

    (We will include a sheet stating the dosage)

    • Breastfeeding women should take the full adult dose of 130 mg.
    • Children who weigh 150 pounds or more should take the adult dosage.
    • Each dose lasts 24 hours.
    3.  While we have it back in stock! 
    We had a shipment come in, and another arriving this coming Monday.
    One supplier is sold out!
    The other supplier almost tripled the price due to low inventory.
    ***While we have it, you can get it HERE***



    I add new things almost daily. Sometimes a relic, sometimes a one of a kind item Walt acquired from a closed church.
    When I do this, the item is usually gone within an hour or two...so check the Fundraiser page often.


    1.  New items added to the Pediatric Fundraiser page...see HERE
    2. We are low on our supply of Holy St. Charbel Oil...grab some HERE, while we have it!
    3. ***NEW***  Seeds-Feverfew (Nature's Ibuprofen!)..see HERE
      4. ***NEW*** Organic Liver Cleanse Tea...HERE
    5. VERY LIMITED QUANTITY- Survival kit in a gift box- Pediatric Fundraiser...HERE





    Choose your gift for your help with the Pediatric Giving Mission!







    For the living:

    THIS is for the LIVING! Forever DAILY Mass and Prayer!

    For your mom, dad, sibling, grandparent, favorite Aunt or Uncle, dear cousin, niece, nephew, friend, spouse, a child away from the faith...or even yourself!

    Lined up the priests, created the page, instructed my children (who will instruct the grandchildren, etc) that THIS is a FOREVER thing!

    Shoot, I want MY SOUL prayed for, for all of eternity (and my children's and hubby)!

    Something about being in my 50's has really "woke me up" about eternity...and the eternity of all of my children.

    Head HERE




    For the souls of those who have passed:



    What if I told you, you could have a Mass offered for a loved ones soul...daily, FOREVER

    We have left directives for our children... to continue this, then our grandchildren will take over!

    Masses celebrated for the release of a loved one possibly in Purgatory... as recommended by Pope Saint Gregory the Great!

    What if I told you that your loved ones soul would be prayed for by a devout Catholic family...DAILY.

    What if I told you that we have a Nun praying for these souls?

    How is this possible? See THIS page


    You can honor your mom, dad, sibling, grandparent, favorite Aunt or Uncle, dear cousin, niece, nephew, a child you may have lost or a dear friend who has passed.
    We give you the opportunity to honor a loved one while helping to support the Pediatric Giving Mission
    This special page will remain up on our website forever.
    ***Your loved one will also have a Mass offered for their soul DAILY and will be in our daily family prayers***

    Head HERE



    -----From a physician we help...he sees to the medical needs of children no one else seems to be able to help ❤️-----





    We do what we say we do!

    I am begging for your help with The Pediatric Giving Mission.
    We will send you a gift for your help. 
    ---Some of the many wee ones we've helped---

    ---HELP IF YOU CAN----

    Here is a post, from a recipient of what we do,.

    L**** and I were one of the precipitants of This mission. She is right. My parking was 9 per day for 3 months. Then on top of that food cost me approximately 15 per day. That was cheap - I got vouchers for $5.00 per meal. So somedays I did not eat or made meals last for more then one meal. Had to. Parking was $810. Food was $1,300. Then you have normal household bills and I have 3 animals I had to pay to have people come and take care of them. At first I had my dog in the Kennel for 1/2 the time. That was about 500. It is VERY expensive to have a sick child. That was Just ONE hospital stay. We have had numerous ones. Some only a few days, some a week or two. Without their help we would of gone fully under!

    From providing necessary funds to actually having families stay with us...we DO what we say we do!

     Kindly, head HERE.  We always send a nice gift for your help

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