Cyndi Cain
    Cyndi Cain   Cyndi Cain, known during the 1990's as the Hidden Flower of the Immaculate Heart, is the wife of The DAILY CATHOLIC editor Michael and mother of their two teen-age sons - Kevin Michael and Kellin Joseph. Married to husband Michael on Mother's Day 1981. It was not until nine years later that they both experienced a profound spiritual conversion that would change their lives forever. Though Cyndi was aware of the Blessed Mother's constant interior presence in her life through messages to her since she was seven years-old, Our Lady truly outlined the role she wanted both Cyndi and Michael to take in May 1990. On August 15, 1990 the Virgin Mary detailed the new life-course for them in formulating MIR-A-CALL Center as a vehicle and establishing the fledgling publication A CALL TO PEACE to convey her messages and spread them far and wide. From September 22, 1990 to June 18, 1995 the Hidden Flower received regular on-going messages for the world from both Our Lord and His Blessed Mother. They comprise the messages contained in "I SOLEMNLY TELL YOU..." In addition, over the time period of January 6, 1995 to Ash Wednesday (March 1, 1995) Cyndi received the 100 special Lessons/Meditations which make up the THE HIDDEN WAY. Our Blessed Mother also imparted to her the Meditative Lessons on the Mysteries of the Holy Rosary contained in a trilogy of books: "Come, Let us Adore Him" (on the Joyful Mysteries and the early life of Jesus), "It is Consummated" (on the Sorrowful Mysteries and Passion and Death of Jesus), and "My Lord and My God" (on the Glorious Mysteries from His Resurrection to Mary's Assumption into Heaven). These books, sadly out of print for the Center can not afford to reprint them considering the costs of printing today. We are presently researching ways to make them available on line. For over thirteen years Cyndi and her husband, have been under the astute spiritual direction of Fr. Al Svobodny, OMI who was personally selected by Our Lady for this great responsibility. Cyndi answers all mail and if you would like to ask her a question or submit a prayer request you may e-mail Cyndi anytime, but please be patient and we respectfully ask that you not ask her any questions of a personal nature. She takes all, who write her, in prayer before the Blessed Sacrament and during Holy Mass.