Madonna of the Streets

Madonna of the Streets is a response to Pope John Paul II’s call to young people: “Do not be afraid to go out onto the streets and into public places, like the first apostles who preached Christ and the Good News of salvation in the squares of cities, towns, and villages” (World Youth Day, Denver, 1993). We desire to be an active part of the New Evangelization through our prayer and service to bring about a Culture of Life and a Civilization of Love.

We commit to support each other by coming together frequently in prayer: weekly household Mass, Rosary, Lord’s Day, and a day of Sacrifice. We also commit to a strong personal prayer life: Daily Mass, Rosary, and frequent confession.

With a strong communal and personal prayer life as our foundation, we then strive to “go out on the streets” and bring Christ to others. We commit to come together in prayer at the abortion mill once a month. We also commit to being active in an apostolic ministry of our choice.

Our role model is Pope John Paul II. We are guided in our efforts by the heroic example, inspirational words, and abundant love by which he led the New Evangelization.

We place our household under the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas. We entrust and consecrate our household, our prayer and our work to her motherly care.

We place our household under the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, the patroness of the Americas. We entrust and consecrate our household, our prayer and our work to her motherly care.

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