Daily Encouragement & Specials- It's not too late!

    Daily Encouragement & Specials- It's not too late!


    Dear family,

    I want to encourage you if you are older and feel as though you may have wasted your life and it's too late..well, it's not too late!

    The laborers in the gospel...who did not begin to work until the 11th hour, received the same wages as those who had worked longer, because in their zeal they had done as much in the last hour, as the others during the whole day.

    St. Chrysostom says: "At the 11th hour are called those who are advanced in age."

    This parable is intended to encourage those who did not reform until they were older, that they may not think that their happiness in heaven will not be as great as that of others.

    Christ gave this parable to comfort not only the aged, but all those who have been negligent in the service of the Most High.

    Such folks should employ all their strength to serve the Lord, in order to repair, in a short time, what they have neglected. They will surely gain eternal life by acting thus.

    St. Chrysostom said that the older we are or the nearer we are, for other reasons, to eternity, the more eagerly must we run along the way to Heaven


    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 )



    I want you to survive and thrive, so you can go out and help those in need
    Global stockpiles of silver are at record lows and falling....while industrial use is growing..
    Believe it or not, you don’t go one day without using a product that contains silver
    It’s used in nearly every major industry, from electronics and medical applications to batteries and solar panels. Silver is everywhere, whether you see it or not
    The average cell phone contains about one-third of a gram of silver! 
    Sooner or later there will be consequences when surging demand meets crimped supply—and those consequences are all positive if you own the metal. 
     No, we don't sell silver, but I am giving it away.
    Orders or Pediatric Giving Mission help qualify as follows: 
    $49 or more will receive ONE SILVER COIN 
    $99 or more will receive TWO SILVER COINS 
    $149 or more will receive THREE SILVER COINS 
    $199 or more will receive FOUR SILVER COINS 
    $249 or more will receive FIVE SILVER COINS 
    $299 or more will receive SIX SILVER COINS 
    $349 or more will receive SEVEN SILVER COINS 
    $399 or more will receive EIGHT SILVER COINS 
    $449 or more will receive NINE SILVER COINS
    $499 or more will receive TEN SILVER COINS 
    $999 or more will receive TWENTY SILVER COINS
    The coin(s) will be automatically added and will not reflect in cart.
    Shipping does not count as part of total

    Offer not good on Fundraiser, Masses, or Memorials
    Offer good until tomorrow (Sunday) at NOON


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    -----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!




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