I have been an active
member of the ULRA
since 1/1/17. Thank God
and the Blessed Virgin
Mary, I have not missed
a day yet of praying my
DECADE. Currently, I am
at the Stevenson Unit. I
write this letter because I
am now put in charge of
the Living Rosary on this
Unit. We have 3 groups of
15 enrolled. Our volunteer
is Mrs. Judi. She has been
our pillar and, on a regular
basis, brings us printed
materials. We had a Kolbe
retreat here in November.
Thanks a lot for your prayers and
sacrifices. < Edmundo - Cuero, TX >
I am on the Carol Vance Unit. I was
raised Catholic, received the Sacraments
of Baptism, Holy Communion and Holy
Confirmation, but they meant nothing
to me. I was much more interested in
the joys of this world. I have since
found my way back to the Church. It
would be wonderful if you could send
me some materials to help me grow in
the knowledge of my Faith and deepen
my relationship with God. I will be
released from prison in March 2019
and I want to have Christ in my heart
when I go home. I don’t want to make
the same mistakes I made before. Please
say a prayer for me. < Celestino - TX >
Thank you for your little books,
calendar and leaflets, and for helping
me to become a better person. I am
always so happy to have your mail.
Please, will you send me the Catechism
of the Catholic Faith? I want to study
it. How nice it is to wake up to a good
day when I receive your materials and
can read and study them! < J. Garza >
I would like some info
on Mary, Jesus and God,
and the Catholic Church.
May God bless you! I have
been down about 20 years
and nobody cares about
me. Could you please
pray for my soul? I don’t
know if I am saved. I
don’t want to go to Hell.
I feel like I am in Hell
right now. Thank you.
< Kenneth - CA >
You helped me through
4 years of my prison life.
I was released on May 17.
I waited in a miserable
transitional rooming house full of
negative, violent ex-cons who had no
inspiration to fellowship. They left
prison with the attitude of a criminal
predator. By the grace of God, I made
it home to Cape Cod. My Gina of 30 years
was depressed in my absence and had
to undergo electroshock therapy, but
God saved us to grow old together. I am
settling back into my Community, and
attend Our Lady of Victory parish. My
physical problems continue but the
Deacon and Parish Priest bring me
Holy Communion and Father hears
my Confession. I am recovering, from
what I pray, will be my last surgery.
Please send us the newsletter and
your wonderful printed materials.
< Stephen – USA >
Thank you so much for completing my
enrollment. I am very excited to begin
praying my daily Decade in the Living
Rosary. Personally, my love for Our
Lady grows every day. Your apostolate
is so badly needed in the world today.
I do all in my power to reach out to
other inmates with this precious gold.
May the Peace and Mercy of Jesus Christ
be with you always! < Joshua – TX >