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4th Of July: A Day To Reconsecrate Our Nation To The Immaculate Heart

Jun 30, 2019 By Whitney Hetzel
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The United States were dedicated to the Immaculate Conception by Bishop John Carroll, its first bishop, in 1792, and in 1846, all the bishops of the nation officially named the Immaculate Conception the Patroness of the United States. An act of Consecration to the Immaculate Conception was made by the Bishops of the U.S. on the

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