A Powerful Advent Mission on Our Lady’s Role in Salvation History!

Joe McClane gives powerful Parish Mission on MaryInvite Joe to give a 3-Day mission on Mary at your parish this Advent! 

Mary: New Eve, Ark of God, & Handmaid of the Lord!

In these talks we dive deep into Our Lady’s unique role in Salvation history, and how she leads the way in the work of evangelization. With Mary as our guide, we find our courage and discover our own role in the work of this family, namely, to share Christ with all the world. Be the end of the third night, we are ready to give our “yes” to God and put out into the deep. 

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“Our Church has had the opportunity to have Mr. McClane come to us and present our Advent Preparation Mission. He is gifted to share on Mary in such a manner that is relevant, reachable, and receivable. His ability to present the topic and weave together the Old and New Testament is uncanny and we have been blessed to have the opportunity to learn more about the glimpses given of Mary in the Old Testament.

I am happy to share that I had many parishioners say that this was one of the best speakers we have had.”

Rebecca Soto
Director of Adult Faith Formation
St. Irenaeus Catholic Church
Cypress, Ca.

Image of Joe McClane speaking at the Catholic Men's Breakfast in Worcester, MA.

Talk one – Mary, a New Even in a New Garden!

Talk two – Mary, Handmaid of the Lord!

Talk three – Mary, Ark of the New Covenant! 

Contact Joe McClane for details and to reserve a Mission on Mary at your Parish this Advent! Email : CatholicHack@gmail.com Hurry, before dates fill up. 

 

 

About the Author: CatholicHack

Joe McClane is the General Manger of KSHJ 1430 AM on the Guadalupe Radio Network, Catholic radio in Houston, TX. Joe spent the last five years serving as the Director and Events Coordinator for the Fullness Of Truth Catholic Evangelization Ministries based in North Houston. Joe has been married, going on thirteen years, to Michelle, and they homeschool their five children. Joe and his family are parishioners of Annunciation Catholic Church in downtown Houston.
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