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Getting through tough times with faith

The collections of crutches and relics at the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help in Champion are visible signs of the miracles that can occur if you believe. The growth of the COVID-19 outbreak has challenged the beliefs of Christians, partly because they have not been able to attend services in recent weeks. Father John Broussard, the Shrine’s rector says many people have come to their grounds for spiritual strength during these times. He says he talks to them about keeping the supernatural perspective to a natural problem.

While it remains open for confession, the National Shrine of Our Lady of Good Help has resorted to live streaming its daily masses online like other churches after the Diocese of Green Bay instructed them not to hold public services until further notice.

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