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St. Anthony’s sweet intercession.

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Lost money could’ve been a real hardship but St. Anthony came through once again.
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The parishioners in my church decided to provide chocolate rabbits for displaced children this Easter.  We collected donations and I was going to do the shopping.

Thank You Crop final Vignette 250On the morning I was to go to the store, I could not locate the envelope containing a nice amount of money for the candy.

I searched the house, turning over the garbage on the floor, going through newspapers, every drawer, my purse, etc.

Praying to St. Anthony I promised to write a letter to you if the money was found.  Several friends and family also prayed.

Although I am low-income, I thought I would make up the money which would have been a hardship for me.

After three days, I was going through a binder and found the envelope with the money.

The children will be so delighted and so am I.  Thank you for your intercession, St. Anthony.

–CL

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