We are at war. A war 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 Enemies encamped against us seek to rob us of our Dignity–the essential Dignity of the Human Person, being made in the Image and Likeness of God.
“For the past 50 years, every major institution has been captured by the radical secular left. The media, Hollywood, TV, universities, public schools, theater, the arts, literature — they relentlessly promote the false gods of sexual hedonism and radical individualism. Conservatives have ceded the culture to the enemy. Tens of millions of unborn babies have been slaughtered; illegitimacy rates have soared; divorce has skyrocketed; pornography is rampant; drug use has exploded; sexually transmitted diseases such as AIDS have killed millions; birth control is a way of life; sex outside of wedlock has become the norm; countless children have been permanently damaged — their innocence lost forever — because of the proliferation of broken homes; and sodomy and homosexuality are celebrated openly. America has become the new Babylon.” – Jeffrey Kuhner, Washington Times
The fight has now come full force. What was once done in darkness is now celebrated in the light. Yet, where before we may have been blinded, God’s Unfathomable Mercy is opening the hearts, the minds and the eyes of people of Faith. Our Lady’s Clarion Call – the call once trumpeted at Quito, LaSalette, Fatima, Tre Fontane and Akita— is upon us:
We, in the United States share the conviction, now seen and acted upon in the International community, to enter fully into the spiritual warfare we are facing and to pray for our respective nations at this watershed moment in history. We hear the clarion call of the Holy Spirit, through the Immaculata, and each of us sound the reply: “I’m Going In!”
“I bear a special love for Poland, and if she will be obedient to My will, I will exalt her in might and holiness. From her will come forth the spark that will prepare the world for My final coming”— Jesus to St Faustina Kowalska (Diary, 1732).
In 2017, the Church in Polandgathered around the borders of their country to light a spiritual flame, a flame that quickly engulfed the nation in prayer and reparation. Shortly after, the sparks from this conflagration of the Holy Spirit spread, to Ireland, the British Isles and now, the United States. This is a WORLD WIDE EFFORT to combat the Powers of Darkness—the Powers that seek to stifle the Light.
By signing up, below, you pledge to further volunteer to lead a rosary event, wherever you can gather: along the US coastline and borders through pilgrimages and processions. If unable to organize trips to the US coastline or border, you are encouraged to participate in parish churches; in front of state capitols etc. (please do not add home locations)
Rosaries are encouraged to take place on Sunday Oct. 7th, 2018
at 4pm eastern, 3pm central, 2pm mountain, 1pm pacific Join us in our cry of “fiat” to Jesus through the Immaculata:
“I’m Going In!”
Please sign up here if you would like to lead a group on Oct 7, 2018 at a location not already given on the map below. We are encouraging all rosary locations other than home address to be on the map.
“Thank you for your recent letter concerning the Rosary Coast to Coast and the Novena for Our Nation. I am happy to promote these important prayer opportunities in our diocese.” Most Reverend Bishop Michael J. Sheridan – Diocese of Colorado Springs, CO
“To make sure the Diocese of Pittsburgh is included in “Rosary Coast to Coast,” your information will be advanced to Father James R. Gretz, Director of the Department for Worship for the Diocese of Pittsburgh.” Most Reverend Bishop David A. Zubik – Diocese of Pittsburg, PA
“I am always grateful for efforts to foster the praying of the Rosary in honor of our Blessed Mother, and I would be happy to encourage this in our parishes in the Diocese of Rockford.” Most Reverend Bishop David J. Malloy – Diocese of Rockford, IL
“Thank you for writing. I salute your effort to promote praying the Rosary as a response to the Call for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty. I will share this information with those in our Archdiocese who are charged with the promotion of these efforts.” Most Reverend Archbishop Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D. – Archdiocese of Louisville, KY
Raymond Cardinal Burke Endorses Rosary Coast to Coast and The Holy League of Nations
Endorsement by His Excellency, Bishop Morlino
Bishop of Madison, WI
Bishop Robert Morlino
"We are very far right now from looking like the Kingdom of God. We’ve got to get to work. The secular world is very hostile toward us right now and so we have to respond with strength and with charity; always with the Love of Jesus. What better way to thank God for his Blessings in sustaining us so far and to ask for His Healing and for the conquest of evil in our own country and in our own culture than participating in a Coast to Coast Rosary."
Author, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon
Fr. Donald Calloway
"I am 100% supportive of the Rosary Coast to Coast movement! Our world is in major trouble and we need to turn to the prayer that Our Lady has most insistently asked us to pray in all of her recent approved apparitions: the holy rosary. Without the rosary, we are not going to be able to slay the errors of modernism, secular humanism, atheism, and the poison of immorality that threatens entire countries and cultures. Swords slay dragons! I pray that all people of good will get involved with this movement and unsheathe the spiritual sword of the rosary!"
Bishop of Rockford, IL
Most Reverend David J. Malloy
"Thank you also for the information you provided about the organization of praying the Rosary on the weekend of October 7, 2018.
I am always grateful for efforts to foster the praying of the Rosary in honor of our Blessed Mother, and I would be happy to encourage this in our parishes in the Diocese of Rockford"
Diocese of Fresno - Office of Bishop Armando X. Ochoa, D.D.
Rev. Msgr. Raymond C. Dreiling, V.G
"On behalf of Bishop Armando X. Ochoa, D.D., I wish to thank you for your recent letter requesting an endorsement of Rosary Coast to Coast and Novena for our Nation to the people of the Diocese of Fresno. I am very pleased to inform you that the diocesan Holy Rosary Ministry is very active in this very same endeavor and has been providing resources to our 88 parishes within the Diocese of Fresno. I am most pleased with the efforts they have provided over the years throughout the clergy, laity and local Rosary ministry groups within our diocese. Your letter will be shared with our Holy Rosary Ministry's leadership. Many blessings to you and to the work of your hands in promoting the Holy Ro sary. May Our Lady of the Holy Rosary intercede on behalf of all God's children."
Bishop of Colorado Springs
Most Reverend Bishop Michael J. Sheridan
"Thank you for your recent letter concerning the Rosary Coast to Coast and the Novena for Our Nation. I am happy to promote these important prayer opportunities in our diocese.
With thanks for your dedication to the Rosary of Our Lady and wishing you many blessings, I am Fraternally yours in Christ."
Archbishop of Louisville
Most Reverend Joseph E. Kurtz, D.D.
"Thank you for writing. I salute your effort to promote praying the Rosary as a response to the Call for Life, Marriage, and Religious Liberty.
I will share this information with those in our Archdiocese who are charged with the promotion of these efforts.
Please know of my prayers for this effort and all involved with it."
Bishop of Pittsburgh
Most Reverend David A. Zubik
"Your letter of April 13, 2018 arrived, introducing "Rosary Coast to Coast" to take place across the USA on Sunday, October 7, 2018, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. To make sure the Diocese of Pittsburgh is included in "Rosary Coast to Coast," your information will be advanced to Father James R. Gretz, Director of the Department for Worship for the Diocese of Pittsburgh. Thank you for sharing your love of our dear Blessed Mother and for highlighting the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. Grateful for our belief that "Nothing is Impossible with God," "
Archdiocese of Boston Office of Cardinal Sean O'Malley
Reverend Robert T. Kickham
"Allow me this opportunity to acknowledge your recent letter to Cardinal Sean O'Malley, received at the Archdiocese of Boston Pastoral Center, and to respond on his behalf. Thank you for taking the time to share information concerning Rosary Coast to Coast. Cardinal O'Malley has always held a special devotion to our Blessed Mother and the rosary, confident that her intercession directs us to her Son, Jesus and our call to discipleship. We pray that an ever increasing number of faithful will turn to Mary as a means of drawing closer to our Lord. With an assurance of a remembrance in the Cardinal's prayers for you and all whom you serve."
Archbishop of Galveston-Houston
Daniel Cardinal DiNardo
"Thank for your letter of April 13th and your invitation to have the faithful of our local church participate in Rosary Coast to Coast. The encouragement of the people of God to pray the rosary for the intentions of the Church, for their communities, and for their personal needs is always laudable.… the faithful of our local church will be encouraged to pray the rosary in connection with the Feast of Our Lady for the needs of the Church, the nation, and the world."