Good Friday Rosary Crusade

April 1, 2015

This morning a friend sent me the following email:

Imagine what might happen if every Catholic in the world would pray a Rosary on the same day!  We have an example in October of 1573, when Europe was saved from the invasion of the mighty Turkish fleet, by the praying of the Rosary by all Christians!  So, on Good Friday April 3, 2015, let us all pray a Rosary for peace in the world and the return of moral values into our communities.  If possible, please pray your Rosary between Noon and 3:00 PM.  Also, please e-mail this message to every Catholic on your address list, and ask them to pass it along to every Catholic on their lists. Let’s unite in praying one of the most powerful prayers in existence, for these intentions, on one of the holiest days in our Church year.  God bless us all!

As we who are so fortunate to have a church to celebrate the sacred liturgies in during this most holy season of the year prepare to participate, let us particularly remember our fellow persecuted Christians in the Middle East, India, China, Pakistan, and elsewhere who may have no place or priest to celebrate.

Please pass this message on to all your Catholic friends and let’s make this a worldwide effort. Let us lift up to the Lord all those who are suffering for following Him. May the peace of Christ triumph over all and may our Mother Mary guard us under her mantle as she did over 400 years ago at the battle of Lepanto.

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