Tuesday, October 21, 2008

Gift For Public Square Rally Captains

    All of our rally captains were sent a beautiful triptych of Our Lady of Fatima.  On the outside panels are Blesseds Jacinta and Francisco. 

Triptych and Custom Program 001

The panels open up to a beautiful image of Our Lady of Fatima. 

Triptych and Custom Program 002


But, that is not all, on the panels beneath the photos of Blessed Francisco and Jacinta is a quote from each.  On the inside of the panels framing Our Lady is the Angel Prayer and some words given by Our Lady at Fatima on July 13, 1917.

    If you were a rally captain and for some reason did not receive your memento please email our campaign director, Francis Slobodnik at fjslo@aol.com  I will make sure that a memento is sent out right away.

More Accounts of Public Rosary Rallies

    While the overwhelming majority of reports reflect success at their rallies, occasionally someone reports of a low or in this case a zero turnout.  This rally captain contacted his local parish and it was printed in the bulletin for three weeks straight, nevertheless, no one showed up.  If this happened to you, remember we can offer these trials and disappointments to Our Lady.  With the proper state of soul, I am confident that Our Lady can multiply our efforts as though a good crowd were present.

    Another captain in California used the banner as well as three children of Mary posters of Our Lady of Fatima.  These are posters that are sent to those devotees of Our Lady who sign up to become closer to Our Lady by being involved in spreading Her message in special ways.  This captain also commented that the police department was very cooperative and wished them well on their rally.

    An incredible rally captain from Hawaii, who also spent several weeks at our campaign office volunteering, was able to organize 44 rally captains in Hawaii!  She closed her note with the words, "We will continue to pray for the success for the Public Square Rosary Crusade.  Hawaii will continue to strengthen our efforts for the triumph of Our Lady's Immaculate Heart."

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