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Nations of the World are Uniting, October 7th, Under the Banner of the New Holy League

Contact: Pat Moertl, 608-369-0936

LA CROSSE, Wis., Oct. 4, 2018 /Christian Newswire/ -- Rosary Coast to Coast - Nations are joining with the US to hold Rosary Rallies across the world, October 7th, the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary.

It was only in July that members of the New Holy League of Nations began coordinating, but now over 40 Nations-- including churches in the Americas, Europe, Australia, Africa, the Middle East and Asia--are answering what leaders have labeled the "clarion call of the Immaculata."

International Organizers are encouraging participants to "live-stream" through Facebook Live, or through the Periscope App, with the hashtag #RosaryCoastToCoast and #HolyLeagueOfNations. In addition, photos and video may be similarly tagged on all social media sites.

Polish coordinator, Marcin Dybowski writes, "only the Rosary can save our families and our future in our country and in our churches. We from the bottom, ordinary people, civilians, have to do this because our leaders have made a deal with the 'spirit of this world.' We want to restore the covenant with God."

Zimbabwe national coordinator, Annalia Mugomba, writes: "Once peaceful Zimbabwe-- not forgetting our Catholic church—both are under a serious attack by the devil. I hope God will hear and answer our prayers and since we are praying together with our Dear Mother Mary, we will feel closer to God and gain direction in life--especially within our Church. I am so happy that my country has responded to this call..."

Dominic Chikhani, a show host for Lebanese Tele Lumier, and coordinator for multiple Middle Eastern Nations—including Iraq, Syria, Egypt and the Holy Land—writes: "It started with Genesis 3, Revelation 12 and Saint Louis de Montfort's prophecy about latter times Marian Saints. Then as things (progressed) towards that goal (of October 7th World Wide Rosary), I noticed that whatever I did for Our Lady turned out to be successful. It was as if She was specifically blessing all works that served Her grand purpose. I think that when a group stands for God with such zeal, then God will pour all His might in and around that group. I believe something will change forever in the Church and the World after this event...The Triumph of Our Lady's Immaculate Heart will unfold very, very quickly."

Melissa Miranda, coordinator for India: "When you say 'Yes' to Christ and Our Lady, they do the rest. I had no clue I was being led towards leading the Rosary in India, things were set into motion much before I took it up-- things I did not know or realize-- but which has somehow led to this. To have it all fall in place at the right time...It has been a very humbling experience. I have seen that no matter what, or how bleak the road seems at times, when Mary is with us, all is possible. She makes the way."

As the world unites October 7th, individuals responding to this "clarion call" will also be fulfilling the exhortation of Pope Francis, which he made on September 29th 2018 "to pray the Holy Rosary every day, during the entire Marian month of October, and thus to join in communion and in penitence, as the people of God, in asking the Holy Mother of God and Saint Michael the Archangel to protect the Church from the devil."

Answering this papal exhortation, coordinators in Italy have announced that a Rosary Rally will be held, in St. Peter's Square, October 7th. Organizers are asking those who wish to join to meet at the obelisk in the middle of the square, at 3pm, to unite in prayer with the world.