National Rosary Rally 2021
WASHINGTON DC – October 10, 2021
The 54 day Novena for Our Nation concludes with Rosary Coast to Coast featuring hundreds of Rosary Rallies across the country on Sunday October 10th. Rosary Coast to Coast is anchored by the 5th annual National Rosary Rally at the US Capitol.
The 2021 National Rosary Rally will take place on Oct. 10th with a Eucharistic Rosary procession on Capitol Hill to the rally site which takes place in Union Square to the west of the US Capitol in front of the Capitol reflecting pool. The first Rosary will be prayed during the procession to the rally site. Rosaries will be prayed along with intentions which include: respect for life at all stages of development; the sanctity of marriage and families; upholding constitutionally protected religious freedom; and the return of our nation to God and Holiness.
Fr. Heilman clarifies: “Importantly, this is not intended to be a political event. Our hope is to influence the direction of our country through prayer”.
“I wholeheartedly endorse the Novena for Our Nation and the Rosary Rally… I urge as many as are able to participate in these great spiritual works for the sake of our entire nation.”
Cardinal Raymond Burke
“May there arise a new movement of people who courageously will pray the Rosary in public places. May “Rosary Coast to Coast” bring to all citizens of the United States, to the people people with governmental responsibilities, to all faithful Catholics, to priests and bishops a spiritual grace-filled rain of roses.”
Bishop Athanasius Schneider
“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.”
Fr. Donald Calloway MIC, Author, Champions of the Rosary: The History and Heroes of a Spiritual Weapon
“This 54 day Novena and the Rosary Rally are all part of the effort we need to end pre-born child killing and attacks on marriage and the family.”
Fr. Richard Heilman, President of the Holy League
A detailed schedule will be provided as we get closer to Oct. 10th
PARKING AND INFORMATION:
Buses: Drop off at the Arboretum and park at Union Station.
Cars: Limited metered street parking garages further away, search capitol hill parking for other options.
Bring your own chairs. blankets etc. Restrooms will available at the Arboretum and Native American Museum. Dress for the weather.
FOR VIRTUAL PARTICIPANTS:
We will have a live stream available for those who want to participate virtually.