Patrick O'Hearn masterfully guides you through Our Lady’s Seven Sorrows with brief Scripture passages, meditations, and prayers for each mystery.
He revives the age-old practice of praying seven Hail Marys daily in honor of Our Lady’s Seven Sorrows, one of the simplest yet most powerful and grace-releasing devotions in the Catholic Church that every Catholic child should know and practice.
Go and Fear Nothing brings to life for young people this incredible real-life story and Our Lady's message of praying for the conversion of sinners, learning our Catechism, receiving the sacraments with devotion, and relying on her unfailing help.
When we doubt ourselves or feel we need to make excuses for our weaknesses, we can remember Our Lady's words to Adele: "Go and fear nothing. I will help you."
30 Day Eucharistic Revival: A Retreat with St. Peter Julian Eymard
Several popes have referred to St. Peter Julian Eymard (1811-1868) as "the Apostle of the Eucharist." Nonetheless, he is not that well known in the universal Church.
When it comes to worldwide recognition of his extraordinary life, as well as the many amazing things he did to foster a greater love for the Blessed Sacrament, most Catholics are unfamiliar with him and have never heard his name. That is about to change. 30 Day Eucharistic Revival is intended to help you, your children, your grandchildren, and all future generations rediscover and experience a revival of belief in the Real Presence.
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Speaking Topics Include: parents of the saints, courtship of the saints, virtues necessary to finding your spouse, prayer, the Eucharist and saints, Our Lady of Champion, Our Lady of Sorrows, and child loss.
Original Topics include: Prayer Life of the Parents of the Saints, Courtship of the Saints: The Virtues Necessary to Finding Your Spouse, and Miscarriage.
The pelican image above is part of the O’Hearn Coat of Arms, but more importantly, it is a symbol of the Holy Eucharist. “Pie Pelicane” image by Adalee Hude ©2022.
Patrick O'Hearn is a devout Catholic, husband, and father. He is an author, literary consultant, speaker, and a freelance editor, previously serving as TAN Books' acquisitions editor for two years.
He grew up in the Midwest and spent close to three years in a Benedictine Monastery before discerning the call to marriage. He graduated with a master's in education from Franciscan University of Steubenville and a bachelor's in marketing from St. Ambrose University.
Patrick offers coaching and consulting at Write These Words if you are interested in perfecting your writing and learning how to get published.