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WASHINGTON DC – October 9, 2022

The 54 day Novena for Our Nation concludes with Rosary Coast to Coast featuring hundreds of Rosary Rallies across the country on Sunday October 9th.  Rosary Coast to Coast is anchored by the National Rosary Rally at the US Capitol.

 

In 2022 for the first time, the National Rosary Rally will conclude the 30th International Week of Prayer & Fasting October 1st – 9th:  https://iwopf.org/

 

The 2022 National Rosary Rally will take place on Sunday October 9th, starting with the National Eucharistic Procession from St. Peter’s Catholic Church on Capitol Hill to the rally site at the eastern edge of the National Mall at 3rd Street facing the US Capitol.  Rosaries will be prayed along with intentions which include: respect for life at all stages of development, especially the unborn; the sanctity of marriage and families based upon God’s creation of man and woman; upholding constitutionally protected religious freedom; and the return of our nation to God and Holiness. The Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary will be prayed simultaneously across the nation with Rosary Coast to Coast at 4:00 pm.  Nationally renowned speakers including a Bishop, Priests, a consecrated religious Sister and laypeople will address these intentions.  Fr. Richard 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 couragiously will pray the Rosary in public places. May “Rosary Coast to Coast” bring to all citizens of the United States, to the peopel people with governmental responsibilities, to all faithfull 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, Consecration to St. Joseph and Champions of the Rosary

 

“This 54 day Novena and the Rosary Rally are all part of the effort we need to end preborn child killing and attacks on marriage and the family.”
Fr. Richard Heilman, President of the Holy League

 

National Rosary Rally 2022 flyer – Click to Download

 

SCHEDULE:

Assemble starting at 1:30 pm at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill – 313 2nd St SE, Washington, DC 20003.  If unable to participate in the Eucharistic Procession, go directly to the rally site by 2:30 pm at the eastern edge of the National Mall at 3rd Street facing the US Capitol.

1:30 pm – start assembling at St. Peter’s on Capitol Hill

• 1:55 pm – Exposition

• 2:00 pm – National Eucharistic Procession departs St. Peter’s praying the Joyful and Sorrowful Mysteries of the Rosary

• 2:35 pm – Benediction at rally site

• 2:45 pm – Prayer for Our Nation and opening comments – Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, emcee

• 2:55 pm – Divine Mercy Chaplet and talk – Sr. Deirdre (Dede) Byrne

• 3:15 pm – talk – David Carollo

• 3:30 pm – Prayer for Our Country and talk – Msgr. Charles Pope

• 3:45 pm – talk – Bishop Joseph L. Coffey

• 4:00 pm – Bishop Coffey leads the Glorious Mysteries of the Rosary simultaneously with Rosary Coast to Coast

• 4:20 pm – Prayer to St. Joseph and talk – Doug Barry

• 4:35 pm – Prayer for Religious Liberty and talk – Fr. Richard Heilman

• 4:55 pm – God Bless America sung by Anna Little, Esq.

 

Click Here to Download Map

 

PARKING AND INFORMATION:

Buses: Drop off at the Arboretum and park at Union Station.

Cars: Street parking is free on Sundays; search National Mall and Museums parking and Capitol Hill parking for additional options.

Bring your own chairs. blankets etc. Restrooms will available at the Arboretum and Native American Museum. Dress for the weather.

 

NATIONAL ROSARY RALLY SPEAKERS

Fr Stephen Imbarrato

Fr. Stephen Imbarrato, an anti-abortion activist, is a retired priest of the Archdiocese of Santa Fe, New Mexico who now lives full time in Florida. Fr Stephen celebrates a live stream Mass daily as well as a daily live stream broadcast of prayer and commentary seen by thousands of people worldwide. All of his social media platforms can be accessed at Protestchildkilling.com. Fr Stephen can still be seen periodically on EWTN where he has preached many times over the years and cohosted the “Defending Life” show for 5 seasons. Fr Stephen sees abortion as the mass murder of the pre-born and believes that we can only abolish abortion by recognizing constitutional personhood at conception.

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Fr. Richard Heilman

Father Richard M. Heilman is a priest for the Diocese of Madison. Father Heilman is Pastor of St. Mary of Pine Bluff. He is a past Wisconsin State Chaplain for the Knights of Columbus. Father Heilman founded an apostolate for men’s faith formation called the Knights of Divine Mercy. Fr. Heilman is a leader, with Cardinal Burke, of the Catholic men’s movement, “The Holy League.” He is the author of the Church Militant Field Manual. He has also authored seven other books, calling men, especially, to ”Special Forces Training for the Life of Christ.” Inspired by St. Maximilian Kolbe, Fr. Heilman utilizes new media to teach the truths of our faith, primarily through his teaching websites: 1) usgraceforce.com, 2) romancatholicman.com. He is the creator of the “Combat Rosary,” based on the original WWI military issue rosary. The Combat Rosary is now the Official Rosary of the Pontifical Swiss Guard. Father Heilman is the founder and Spiritual Head of the United States Grace Force (USGF). To date, over 80,000 have enlisted in the USGF. The USGF is a “special operations force” specifically trained in spiritual warfare. Father Heilman and Doug Barry lead a popular weekly podcast entitled, “Grace Force Podcast.” Father is the chaplain for the Holy Family Homeschoolers. He is also very involved in pro-life activities as the chaplain for Pro-Life Wisconsin, Vigil for Life and the Women’s Care Center.

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Monsignor Charles Pope

Msgr. Pope is the Pastor of Holy Comforter – St. Cyprian Catholic Church in Washington, D.C. and in his spare time is involved with Catholic media and lectures across America, and has attracted many readers from across the globe through the internet.  This website is a central location for the many forms of Catholic media the Monsignor appears in including: radio, newspapers, blogs, video, lectures, and social media.

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Bishop Joseph L. Coffey

On May 18, 1996, Coffey was ordained to the priesthood for the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Philadelphia. Pope Francis appointed Coffey auxiliary bishop for the Archdiocese of the Military Services, USA on January 22, 2019. On March 25, 2019, Coffey was consecrated as a bishop.

Bishop Coffey’s duty assignments have included: Combat Assault Battalion, Okinawa, Japan; Division Officer and Command Chaplain on board USS GEORGE WASHINGTON (CVN 73), homeported in Norfolk, VA, with a 6 month deployment to the Arabian Gulf; Command Chaplain at the U.S. Coast Guard Training Center, Cape May, NJ; Marine Air Group 39, Camp Pendleton, CA, an assignment that included a seven-month month deployment to Camp Leatherneck, Helmand Provence, Afghanistan; U.S. Navy Recruiting Command, St. Louis, MO; Command Chaplain on USS RONALD REAGAN (CVN 76), home ported in Yokosuka, Japan, with a six-month deployment to the South Pacific Ocean; and his final assignment as Assistant Chief of Staff for Religious Ministry, Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, CA.

Bishop Coffey’s military awards include the Meritorious Service Medal, the Navy Commendation Medal with 2 gold stars, the Navy Achievement Medal with 2 gold stars, the Navy Sea Service Medal, the National Defense Medal, the War on Terrorism Expeditionary Medal, the War on Terrorism Service Medal, and the NATO Service Medal, 3 Battle E Ribbons.

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Sr. Dierdre Byrne

Sister Deirdre Byrne is an active missionary sister and superior of her community, Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts, in Washington, DC.  After college, Sister DeDe entered medical school at Georgetown University and is double board-certified in family medicine and general surgery.  During that time she also joined the Army, retiring in 2009 with the rank of Colonel after 29 years of service.  After a lifetime of medical and military service in far-ranging areas, she was led to the Little Workers of the Sacred Hearts community, whose charism involves placing each and every person they care for between the Hearts of Jesus and Mary.  The over 125-year-old community runs a pro-bono physical therapy clinic and diabetic eye clinic, a retirement home for her elderly sisters as well as a music school for preschool children.  Her apostolate has been performing overseas medical missionary surgery and providing free medical care for the poor and uninsured.  Sister DeDe’s other charitable medical/surgical service includes hands-on ministry in the rubble of the twin towers following the terrorist attack on 9-11, caring for the sick during the earthquake in Haiti in 2011 and annual medical missions to Haiti and Iraq.

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Doug Barry

Doug Barry is a devoted husband, father, and founder of RADIX – BATTLE READY, a Catholic apostolate that focuses on encouraging and strengthening men, women and youth to be better prepared to fight the battles that we all face in the world today, body, mind and soul. Since 1992 he has traveled both nationally and internationally, speaking to young and old alike through television, radio and live appearances. Doug is also a co-host with Fr. Heilman of the U.S. Grace Force podcasts.
www.battlereadystrong.com

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David Carollo

David Carollo has been the Executive Director of the World Apostolate of Fatima USA – Our Lady’s Blue Army since 2012.  He is a member of the board of trustees of the World Apostolate of Fatima International and oversees the apostolate’s operations in Portugal.  David is a Lay Carmelite, a Fourth Degree Knight of Columbus and a Knight of the Equestrian Order of the Holy Sepulcher.  He is a regular guest on EWTN television, appearing on Sunday Night Prime, Women of Grace, Bookmark, The Church Universal, At Home with Jim and Joy, and Vaticano from Rome. He was featured in the network’s Fatima Centennial specials as well as in productions of the apostolate which have been widely viewed on television stations and on social media. David is heard regularly on Radio Maria and Relevant Radio, where he is a regular guest on the Drew Mariani show and on Morning Air with John Morales.  He serves as a guest host on The Winds of Change show in Chicago. In addition, David is featured on other Catholic radio and television stations throughout the United States discussing the Fatima message and the Catholic Faith. He and his wife Dorothy are from Chicago and currently reside in New Jersey.

In 2022 for the first time, the National Rosary Rally will conclude the 30th International Week of Prayer & Fasting
October 1st – 9th:  https://iwopf.org

 

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