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Collecting Stories from
September 14 - January 15, 2008

101 Inspirational Stories
of the Power of Prayer

This project is placed under the patronage
of the Blessed Mother.
Submit A Story for our Next Book and enter our Prayer Story Contest at the same time.

Final day for submissions is
January 15, 2007

Contest Winners Announced January 31, 2008

Theme: The Power of Prayer!

All entries will be considered for publication in our next book. The contest is just to add a bit of "FUN" to the mix.

Enter one or all of these categories: One winner from each category will receive a fifty dollar cash prize, a one year subscription to the popular Catholic magazine, "Saint Anthony Messenger" and be eligible for the Grand Prize.

Click link to submit a story
You may enter as many stories as you want.

Category: Prayer in a Work Situation

Category: Prayer in a Family Crisis

Category: Prayer in an Addictive situation

Category: Prayer in a Conversion experience

Category: Prayer in a Health Situation

Category: General Category of Prayer experience

Category Prize:
One winner from this category will receive a fifty dollar cash prize and be elgible for the Grand Prize.

Grand Prize:
One hundred dollars and inclusion in the new book.. 101 Inspirational Stories of the Power of Prayer...

Ten free books with your winning story included.

Even if you are not a winner - your story will still sbe considered for inclusion in the book 101 Inspirational Storis of the Power of be published May 2008 .

Judging will be done by Sister Patricia Proctor, OSC and the Sisters in the Monastery of Saint Clare in Spokane, Washington.

Winners will be notified on January 1, 2008 by email. A list of all winners will be posted on this page. All decisions will be final

Prizes will be awarded in US dollar postal order.

Thanks for joining in on the fun!
Sister Patricia Proctor, osc
The image of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Adoration is gratefully used from Catholic Tradition .