Mary’s Missionaries Breathe Hope, Prayer, and Love for the Moms and Babies of Good Counsel. 

Prayer is powerful beyond limits when we turn to the Immaculata who is queen even of God's heart.  -St. Maximilian Kolbe

All of us – volunteers, staff, and benefactors – seek to be the eyes, ears, hands, feet and most of all the heart of Jesus for mothers and babies, themselves like widows and orphans. We seek to be the family God wants us to be in our fallen world.

Mary’s Missionaries pray habitually for three intentions: the moms and babies living in Good Counsel Homes, those that come into contact with our homes, and the staff, benefactors and volunteers who support Good Counsel Homes.

To be a member of Mary’s Missionaries, you simply commit to a form of prayer or sacrifice of your choosing. There are literally hundreds of prayer options: praying the Holy Rosary daily or weekly, an hour of adoration in front of the Blessed Sacrament, or offering up a random act of kindness on a daily basis. A Hail Mary and Our Father will take just two minutes a day and can be said quietly while waiting in line. These are just a few examples of offering prayer and kindness to the cause of Mary’s Missionaries.

Complete the form below to enroll in Mary's Missionaries. On occasion, we will contact you with updates about Good Counsel Homes.

​May the Immaculate Heart of Mary triumph in you, your family, and all those whose prayers you touch, not least of which are the babies, moms, family, staff, and directors of Good Counsel Homes.


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St. Maximilian Kolbe

The patron saint of Mary’s Missionaries is St. Maximilian Maria Kolbe. The inspiration comes from his devout trust and faith in the Immaculate Heart of Mary.