National Rosary Rally

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by Aidan O'Connor  •  •  October 8, 2022   

States united in prayer

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As the demonic Left wages war on the family, life and religion, Catholics throughout the United States will join in prayer this weekend. Church Militant's Aidan O'Connor takes a closer look at a rally sweeping the nation. 

This Sunday, Catholics will unite America in a nationwide Rosary.

The prayer will begin at 3 p.m. CT and will conclude the 30th International Week of Prayer and Fasting, an event aimed at restoring the Church, culture and family.

A focus of the event is a national Rosary rally taking place in Washington, D.C. The rally begins at St. Peter's on Capitol Hill and at 4 p.m. ET joins the nationwide Rosary.

Similar rallies are planned throughout the country in coordination with the event. Locations can be found at the organizers' website:

Kazakhstan's Bp. Athanasius Schneider has exhorted the faithful to join the spiritual war, writing, "May there arise a new movement of people who courageously will pray the Rosary in public places."

Cardinal Raymond Burke has also urged Catholics to join the coast-to-coast prayer.

Burke: "May God bless this holy endeavor. ... We know that Our Lord is with us. He's called us to be his soldiers on the ground and working with him for the salvation of the world. And so I invite you to be good and courageous and faithful soldiers."

As the future of America remains uncertain, Catholics will remain steadfast in prayer for heavenly intercession. 

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