My beautiful third cousin, Megan Schroeder, has spent every holiday since November 2015 in the hospital, receiving cancer treatment. She celebrated her 19th birthday last Friday and on that date, received the news that a scan had found four new tumors, despite surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. Today, June 30, she is having those tumors biopsied. It is not a very hopeful situation, yet Megan shines brightly with hope, patience, courage and devotion to Our Lord.
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For Your Prayers
Please keep my niece, Sarah Murray Keith in your prayers at this time.
Make prayer your delight; there find your rest and your happiness.
A native of Omaha, Nebraska, Margaret Mary Miller (Marg) attended grade school and high school at Holy Name where she was educated by the Servants of Mary. She always felt she had a vocation, but was not one to take the vow of obedience lightly! She learned to play the organ in seventh grade, and, while in high school, she became sub-organist and played and sang at four high masses each day. She also sang the Gregorian Chant. Her pastor was so impressed by her that he offered her the position of organist and secretary for the parish.