November 14, 2022
“No one wants to be a member of this club. You just wake up and find out that you’ve got a card. But what I have found is there’s a tremendous fellowship. I know of a couple of parishes where they’ve formed, quite literally, a St. Monica Club, and they started with reading the book and then they meet…to pray for their families and to have fellowship and to help each other bear the burden,” said Maggie Green, the pen name of the author of “The Saint Monica Club: How to Hope, Wait, and Pray for Your Fallen-Away Loved Ones” (Sophia Institute Press).
“The number one thing you can do for whoever it is that you long to have united with Christ — is bring that person in your prayers, to the Blessed Mother,” said Green later in the interview. “She knows exactly how you feel. She has heard that cry over and over again. Think of all the rosaries that have been said to her, on behalf of someone who loves someone else who does not know her son.”
She recently published an article, “I Still Have Hope That Christ Will Bring My Kids Back to the Faith,” on Catholic Exchange.
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