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A Blessing in Disguise

Miracle of The 7 Sorrows Rosary
Hardcover Book
Hay House
November, 2019
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This long-awaited book from New York Times best-selling author Immacule Ilibagiza teaches readers how to pray the rosary of the seven sorrows.

The Rosary of the Seven Sorrows dates back to the Middle Ages, but it gained new popularity following the sightings of the Blessed Virgin Mary that occurred in the 1980s in Kibeho, Rwanda. During these sightings, which were approved by the Catholic Church, Mary asked that this special rosary be introduced to the world. It was spread widely to thousands of people, who then taught it to thousands of others.
In this new book by best-selling author Immacule Ilibagiza, readers will rediscover this important message from Mary. Mary wanted the whole world to know it and pray it, and Immacule not only shares it but explains Mary's specific teachings for how to pray it, as well as offers the promises attached to the prayers.
Immacule also reveals incredible real-life stories from people who have been healed through this prayer. These miracles include healing of addictions, healing of "incurable" illnesses including stage 4 pancreatic cancer and infertility, and more. Besides those miracles, there are many other everyday blessings to be had, including inner peace, healthier marriages, happier careers, and more.
Mary said, "Help me, my children, to spread this blessing, this prayer, I will reward those who will do."

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