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UNITED STATES, April 3, 2018 (LifeSiteNews) – Inspired by successful initiatives in Poland and Ireland, American Catholics are recruiting others to join a “coast to coast rosary” event on October 7, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary.

The organizers aim to get as many people as possible to sign up to lead rosary rallies across the U.S., so that at the same time on October 7, thousands will pray the rosary in different locations.

“We are at war,” the organizers contend. This is a spiritual war, one “without borders, where no man is exempt but where most haven’t recognized, let alone been trained, to fight. Casualties often go unseen, but very few are left unwounded.”

The organizers say they are entering “fully into the spiritual warfare we are facing…We hear the clarion call of the Holy Spirit, through the Immaculata, and each of us sound the reply: ‘I’m Going In!’”

“Even in Holy Mother Church, confusion, anger, division, and error have taken root – ravaging the Spotless Bride of Christ,” Father Richard Heilman says in a promotional video for the event.

More information about participating or helping lead a rosary in a particular region can be found here.


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