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MEDIA ADVISORY, July 26, 2018 /Christian Newswire
/ -- His Eminence Cardinal Raymond Burke adds his endorsement of Rosary Coast to Coast to take place on October 7, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary: "I'm very happy to endorse Rosary Coast to Coast and I invite you to learn more about it by going on line to the website Rosary Coast to Coast
Cardinal Burke explains: "There is no question that we are living in the most troubled times. Fundamental truths about human life about marriage and the family and about the conscience are being called into question by threatening the lives of individuals and of our society. But we are full of courage because we know that our Lord is with us. He's called us to be His soldiers on the ground, working with Him for the salvation of the world. And so I invite you to be good and courageous and faithful soldiers by joining across the nation in the praying of the Holy Rosary, our most powerful prayer, on October 7..."
Over 400 Rosary rallies have been registered across the US, with more being added each week encouraged to be held in public places.
Cardinal Burke also encourages joining in the Novena for Our Nation
: "There is a 54 day Novena beginning on the Solemnity of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary which will be completed on October 7. Your prayer would be even more efficacious if you would also take part in that 54 day Novena."
Tens of thousands of prayer warriors joined together in 2016 and 2017 to pray Novena for Our Nation. More are encouraged to join in by signing up on the websites.
Cardinal Burke calls us to action: "The calamities in our times merit all of these prayers and please be as generous as you possibly can in praying for the needs of our nation and of our world and of the Church as she is called by our Lord to be his Mystical Body; to be his bulwark for the truth and love of God in our world. May God bless this Holy endeavor and may He inspire you to be fully part of it."
Video is at Cardinal Burke Rosary Coast to Coast