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Review for Little Audrey Santo Foundation Inc, Worcester, MA, USA
The Apostolate of a Silent Soul has changed its name to the Little Audrey Santo Foundation. The Foundation is a nonprofit organization working on the future canonization of Little Audrey Santo. How many times in our lifetime do we get the opportunity to participate in the canonization of someone we know or have met; not often, if ever. And so we have humbly and joyfully taken on this task. What presented itself immediately was the vast scope of this endeavor; the complete documentation of Audrey's life, physical history, spiritual manifestations, cures, documentation of all the relevant events in Audrey's life. We are committed to this, and have begun this process. While this is a joyful task it is not an easy one. It will be expensive as the full financial burden will fall to Audrey's family and this Foundation... This Foundation will be dedicated exclusively to furthering the canonization of Little Audrey. It will be responsible for Dr. Ambrosi and his staff to travel to and from the United States (i.e. September 10th), documentation of miracles, all literature, communications, mailings, fund raising, and ultimately the travel to Rome (God willing) for the canonization of Audrey. Therefore, we need your help on many levels; 1) Two miracles, fully authenticated and documented and fully attributed to Little Audrey, must be presented for consideration by the Church. Your help in identifying and collecting, translating documents, responding to replies, printing and mailings, are a daunting and expensive tasks. Through the Foundation and your generosity, you will be given a rare opportunity-to directly participate in the canonization of a saint of the Church. Your financial support and your prayers are most necessary for Audrey’s cause to come to fruition. We hope you will give this letter prayerful consideration. May God bless you and may He bless our endeavor.
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