Our Lady of Good Remedy GIVEAWAY

The Solemnity of Our Lady of Good Remedy is celebrated on October 8.


Our Lady of Good Remedy, holding her Divine Son Jesus, handing a bag of money to St. John de Matha.  Her Feast Day is celebrated on October 8th.

800 years ago Christians were being captured and sold into slavery by the thousands, and nobody knew what to do about it; Then,in the year 1198 a man had an idea. John de Matha founded the Trinitarians to go to the slave markets, buy the Christian slaves, and set them free. To carry out this plan, the Trinitarians needed large amounts of money. So, they placed their fund-raising efforts under the patronage of Mary. They were so successful that, over the centuries, the Trinitarians were able to free thousands and thousands of people, and to return them safely home. In gratitude for her miraculous assistance, St. John de Matha honored Mary with the tide of Our Lady of Good Remedy. This ancient devotion is widely known in Europe and Latin America, and the Church celebrates her feast day on October 8. Our Lady of Good Remedy is depicted as the Virgin Mary handing a bag of money to St. John de Matha. When in need, invoke the aid of Our Lady of Good Remedy, and you will surely experience the power of her intercession.


Since I officially started blogging, a little over a year ago, I have won 4 giveaways.  In fact, the first giveaway was the first “prize” I can recall winning, ever!  More on that later.

Rose and I have planned a giveaway in honor of this Marian feast day.  The blessed winner will receive a custom tile necklace of Our Lady of the Rosary.

It’s our way of spreading our love for the devotion to Mary & giving back to all those who offer us inspiration to building a faithfilled domestic church, (Ecclesia domestica).

winner marian tile necklace package JOYwinner marian tile necklace JOY

the tile necklace may vary from the above creation

You can earn 4 entries to this giveaway.*

To Enter:

*Leave a comment telling us about your favorite Marian devotion, feast day, etc….

*Become a follower of JOYfilledfamily blog, then comment on THIS post that you did.

*Post this giveaway on your blog, then come back here and leave a comment on THIS post telling us that you posted to your blog.

*Post this giveaway on Facebook, then come back here and leave a comment on THIS post telling us that you posted to FB.

*Each entry needs a separate comment.

The winner will be selected by a random generator.

Thanks and Good Bless!

Giveaway closes Friday, October 8th @ 11:59 pm PST.




 Novena - Our Lady of Good Remedy

DEAR LADY OF GOOD REMEDY, source of unfailing help, thy compassionate heart knows a remedy for every affliction and misery we encounter in life. Help me with thy prayers and intercession to find a remedy for my problems and needs, especially for... (Indicate your special intentions here).
On my part, O loving Mother, I pledge myself to a more intensely Christian lifestyle, to a more careful observance of the laws of God, to be more conscientious in fulfilling the obligations of my state in life, and to strive to be a source of healing in this broken world of ours.
Dear Lady of Good Remedy, be ever present to me, and through thy intercession, may I enjoy health of body and peace of mind, and grow stronger in the faith and in the love of thy Son, Jesus.



Our Lady of Good Remedy, Ora pro nobis.


  1. What a beautiful giveaway, and thanks for your wonderful blog. I have posted your giveaway at Homeschool Goodies.

  2. I've facebooked your giveaway!

  3. My favorite Marian feast day is December 12, the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe -- here's why!

  4. This necklace is lovely. I have so many feast days that i love. almost all of them involving Our Blessed Mother Mary. I just can't narrow it down more than that! Thanks for your heartfelt words on my post about the Rosary. it IS about perseverance and trusting that Our Lord will show us mothers the way to teach.

  5. Ooh!! So pretty! I love the Rosary, but my favorite short prayer is the Memorare, and I love celebrating pretty much ALL of Our Lady's feast days! :-)



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