Dr. Monique Ruberu, a pro-life OB/Gyn, will share her moving conversion story and her passion for the pro-life cause on Tuesday, March 10 at 7 p.m. at the Central Association of the Miraculous Medal Art Museum (across the street from the Shrine of Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal) located at 475 East Chelten Avenue in Philadelphia’s Germantown section.
Ruberu has cochaired a 40 Days for Life campaign in Philadelphia, and is currently coordinating the second such campaign. She has a special devotion to Mary, and spends much time in devotion at the Miraculous Medal Shrine.
Admission to the event is free, but freewill donations will be accepted to help further the association’s mission of promoting devotion to Our Lady of the Miraculous Medal.
Attendees will be invited to view the beautiful artwork in the museum, which contains a magnificent collection of Marian and other religious artwork.
For more information, visit the website www.MiraculousMedal.org or call 215-848-1010.
The talk is the first in the shrine’s Centennial Speakers Series, observing the 100th anniversary of promoting the Miraculous Medal and devotion to the Blessed Virgin Mary at the shrine.
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