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Here some pictures from rosary rallies in previous years.
Rallies with a Purpose
The Rosary Rallies had a simple purpose: to ask God, through Our Lady’s Rosary, to save America from its current moral, spiritual, financial and political crisis. It is very evident that human solutions will not suffice. Divine assistance is necessary. Thus, the idea of public prayer seems to have captured the imagination of many American Catholics as a solution to the problems the nation faces.
“America is in such a desperate situation, I just know God heard our prayers. The Virgin Mary offered our Rosaries to God on Saturday,” said one Rally Captain from Pennsylvania, “God will not refuse our petitions in our time of suffering and uncertainty.”
Before a Higher Supreme Court
American TFP members gathered in front of the Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., for a Rosary Rally. The event was graced with a statue of Our Lady of Fatima with an escort of TFP members in ceremonial garb. The program included the Rosary, hymns, bagpipe music and other prayers.
One of the Rosary Rallies in St. Louis, Mo., had some 50 participants led by the parish pastor. Children as young as one joined seniors assembled at the corner where they began to pray the Rosary. The choir director led the singing of songs to Our Lady and the event ended with a blessing from the pastor. There were numerous honks, thumbs-up and shouts of encouragement.
Another aspect of the rallies is the participant’s great joy in going public with the Rosary. They derived a special pleasure in standing up for Our Lady and made special efforts to be visible.
More People and More Often
Connecticut’s Milford Mirror reported that about 150 people gathered for a “Public Square Rosary Crusade” to pray to God to save America. Attendees came from many area churches. There were retired people, families, teens and children. “America is mired in problems—problems in leadership, public scandal and sin, bad economy, terrorism,” states literature that teenagers distributed in the church parking lot. “Men cannot resolve them. God can. But He has been cast out. It’s time to beg God to ‘Return to America.’”
Confiding in Providence
The main theme of the Rosary Rallies was “pray for America,” which fit into the headlines of bad news in the economy and elsewhere.
Man’s efforts are insignificant by themselves. However, with the aid of Providence, a simple witness became a massive and beautiful event reinforcing the belief that God can intervene and hear the prayers of the faithful. These prayers and future public prayers may not have immediate consequences, but they might weigh heavily for the future of the nation.
Above all, they were a fervent plea made up of hundreds of thousands of Rosaries offered by Our Blessed Mother to beg God to return to America.