In this week’s spiritual pilgrimage, join Angela Sealana as she leads us on a journey to a very special Marian shrine; the original located in Schoenstatt, Germany; and identical shrines located throughout the world!
During our journey, you will hear about:
- Be taken on a journey through the story of the founding of Schoenstatt, one of the first Marian movements of the 20thcentury that survived World War I and even the concentration camps of WWII
- You’ll hear a description of the Schoenstatt Shrine, and learn about the meaning behind each carefully selected element
- And discover a special, simple spiritual practice that your whole family can follow called May Blossoms which can not only improve your family life but also your personal lives.
We are so grateful to this month’s sponsor, Dian Coleman in memory of Ronald Coleman, who made this podcast episode possible.
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Jewel for the Journey:
“Our mates must be able to sense our Catholicism through our whole being. Every action must bear the stamp of belonging to God…” – Servant of God Josef Engling
A Closer Look at the Schoenstatt Shrine & May Blossoms:
Get More Out of Your Journey with These Suggested Readings:
Blog: A Simple Way to Boost Your Spiritual Life –Advice from a Young Soldier
Find books about Schoenstatt through your local Schoenstatt Shrine. Locate the nearest Schoenstatt Shrine here
May Blossoms, written by the Schoenstatt Junior Sodality, 1916
Map of Schoenstatt Shrines: