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Stan and Marilyn Fedewa offer a wide array of writing and communications skills, having worked separately and together with diverse groups of people and organizations, including the media. They have managed and held direct accountability for public relations, marketing, speech and article writing, community and constituency relations.

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To read many of these popular magazine articles on Sor Maria de Agreda by Marilyn Fedewa, follow the "News" link on any Maria of Agreda page on this site:

“Jumano Native Americans still revere Lady in Blue.” Tradicion Revista: Albuquerque, December 2008.

“Voice Coach: Sor Maria of Agreda, Visionary and Author.” U. S. Catholic: Chicago, October 2007.

“Maria de Jesus de Agreda: Missionary, Author, Mystic,” and other articles. Grolier Scholastic’s encyclopedia series Hispanic American Biographies on 1,000 influential Hispanic Americans past and present: Danbury, Connecticut, September 2006.

“The Mystical ‘Lady in Blue’ of the American Southwest.” Tradicion Revista: Albuquerque, December 2005.

“Agreda Nuns Consider John Paul II a Saint.” Catholic News Digest: April 12, 2005.

“Rosarios de Ágreda en América.” La Venerable Madre María de Jesús de Ágreda: Publicación para promover su Beatificación, Ágreda, Spain, August 2005.

“Sor Maria de Agreda is Honored in America.” Heraldo de Soria: Soria, Spain, December 3, 2004. Translated into Spanish by Luz Marina Gutiérrez.

“Cloistered Spanish Nun Wields a Quiet Power.” Coloquio Dot Com: December 2004.

“Nun and King Team Up for the Immaculate Conception.” FAITH Magazine: Lansing, Michigan, December 2004.

“Texans Revere Maria de Agreda for Her Contributions to Religion.” Heraldo de Soria: Soria, Spain, April 25, 2004. Translated into Spanish by Alesander Guzmán and Blanca Jiménez.

“Embajadora de Dios Por El Mundo.” La Venerable Madre María de Jesús de Ágreda: Publicación para promover su Beatificación, Ágreda, Spain, August 2004.

“The Nun Who Inspired Mel Gibson’s Movie, a Lansing author talks to FAITH about the mystic.” FAITH Magazine: Lansing, Michigan, March 2004.

“Mel Gibson’s Spanish Connection.” MiGente Magazine: Michigan and Indiana, March 2004.

“Millions Flock to Passion Film.” MiGente Magazine: Michigan and Indiana, March 2004.

“America’s Mystical Pioneer,” Revista de Soria, Vol. 36, published by the Provincial Government of Soria, Spain, Spring 2002. The 136-page periodical focused exclusively on Maria de Agreda’s life and works and was distributed throughout Spain. Translated into Spanish by Consuelo Campos Martínez.

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