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“Rosary on the Borders” to be prayed in Poland
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September 27, 2017 / 0 Commentaries
 
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Poland (Wednesday, September 27, 2017, Gaudium Press) Poland's bishops have urged Catholics to join a mass rosary prayer along the country's border to mark the end of the Fatima centenary, and pray for the salvation of their country.

Organisers expect up to a million people to join the "Rosary on the Borders" event on October 7, the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary and the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto - where "the Christian fleet" saved Europe from "Islamisation".

"We believe that if the rosary is prayed by about a million Poles along the borders of the country, it may not only change the course of events, but open hearts of our compatriots to the grace of God," the organisers say on their website.

The Polish bishops' conference has endorsed the event, and asked all Catholics to join the rosary prayer even if they are physically unable to make it to the border.

"Families may pray in their homes, sick in hospitals, and parish communities in their churches," they said.

"A hundred years ago, Mary gave these three Portuguese children a message of salvation: repent, give reparation for sins against my Immaculate Heart and pray the rosary," the bishops added. Rosary on the Borders is a "special opportunity" to fulfil that calling.

Source Catholic Herald

 

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“Rosary on the Borders” to be prayed in Poland

Poland (Wednesday, September 27, 2017, Gaudium Press) Poland's bishops have urged Catholics to join a mass rosary prayer along the country's border to mark the end of the Fatima centenary, and pray for the salvation of their country.

Organisers expect up to a million people to join the "Rosary on the Borders" event on October 7, the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary and the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto - where "the Christian fleet" saved Europe from "Islamisation".

"We believe that if the rosary is prayed by about a million Poles along the borders of the country, it may not only change the course of events, but open hearts of our compatriots to the grace of God," the organisers say on their website.

The Polish bishops' conference has endorsed the event, and asked all Catholics to join the rosary prayer even if they are physically unable to make it to the border.

"Families may pray in their homes, sick in hospitals, and parish communities in their churches," they said.

"A hundred years ago, Mary gave these three Portuguese children a message of salvation: repent, give reparation for sins against my Immaculate Heart and pray the rosary," the bishops added. Rosary on the Borders is a "special opportunity" to fulfil that calling.

Source Catholic Herald

 

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