We are on a pilgrimage as a family…Join us!

Well, since I left Immaculate Heart Radio and stepped out into the palm of the Fathers’ hand, we Lyfords have not been a closer lot. Starting each day with Mass and the rosary, and praying the chaplet at 3:00. And each day the graces are almost too abundant to count!

We are still “house-less” and yet we have found our home in every Catholic church we happen to be near – in daily Mass. The presence of grace is more profound as we continue to be made more aware of our complete dependence on the Father for everything.

Our work with the Carmelite sisters in Buelton-Lompoc has officially begun as of yesterday when we began a 33 day preparation for total consecration – of ourselves and of the work of healing marriages and families – to Jesus the incarnate word through Mary.

The day of consecration will be Saturday, July 16th (the feast of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel) when we will be having a family retreat literally camping on the property (on the hill) where the work will begin to take place.

We are asking all who would like to join us in this work to either come to the property for the weekend of prayer and family camping, or to join us in the Spirit to pray for the healing of all marriages and families, and for the world to accept the message of Jesus’ Divine Mercy as soon as possible. Send an email to christopherlyford@gmail.com if you would like to join the pilgrimage in spirit or in person! This is going to be a powerful work of God (I know because the Carmelites’ intercessory prayer will be in full force!).

Watch this Blog for updates!

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