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  1. Appreciating all mothers this Mother’s Day weekend. Those who have given us life, those who step into a maternal role when needed, and those who nurture and share their gifts with the world. Bless them all to grow in faith and let the love of our Blessed Mother continue to protect and guide them. Blessings,Melissa

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