“…a real profanation, an act of pure apostasy, with those filthy and satanic images of pachamama.”

Abp. Viganò calls on Pope Francis to ‘convert’ for Pachamama idolatry in St. Peter’s

Francis’ pachamama demon idol

“The faithlessness of the Sacred Pastors is a scandal for their confreres and for many among the faithful, not only in terms of lust of thirst for power, but also — I might say especially — when they touch the integrity of the Faith, the purity of the Church’s teachings and the holiness of morals.”

“[These clerics] have even committed acts of unprecedented gravity, such as we saw with the adoration of the pachamama idol in the Vatican itself,” he said.

“Indeed, I think Our Lord has rightly become indignant at the great multitude of scandals committed by those who ought to be setting a good example, because they are Shepherds, to the flocks to whom they have been entrusted.”

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Become a Rosary Rally Captain

When you become a rosary rally captain in the 2010 Public Square Rosary Crusade you will unleash the amazing spiritual power of the Holy Rosary in your community.

Become a rosary rally captain today.

I believe sins of blasphemy and abortion provoke God’s ire. And we’re seeing how God is allowing the world to sink faster and faster into scary moral, financial and spiritual troubles, and …with worse things to come if people don’t pray the Rosary and amend their lives.

Last year, TFP Student Action helped organize 4,337 rosaries in the public square. And this year the TFP’s America Needs Fatima campaign is hoping to coordinate 5,000. Will you be one of these 5,000?

Become a rosary rally captain here

Then you’d be one of 5,000 rally captains who will offer Our Lord a public rosary for the conversion of America on October 16, 2010, the Saturday closest to October 13, the anniversary of the Fatima miracle of the sun.

And then, a red rose will be taken to Fatima Portugal in your name, and put at the spot where Our Lady appeared as part of a huge Fatima rose bouquet.

Please know we’re committed to give you the best assistance possible for your rally preparations. We will help you each step of the way.

Mr. Francis Slobodnik is our rally coordinator and with him are many ladies and gentlemen – all prepared to help you. They are only a phone call away.

The dedicated help line is 1-866-584-6012.

To help make your rally more successful, we offer additional rally supplies, which are posted online. These include full versions of our English and Spanish Manuals, posters, intention sheets, prayer programs and much more.

You can download and print them at any time, in case you need extras.

To help others locate your rally, or the rally nearest them, our site will post a listing of the thousands of other rallies across the country.

If you would like others to contact you about joining your rally, please allow us to place your name and contact phone number on our website.

By allowing us to do so, others can contact you directly for more information about coming to your rally.

Sign up as one of Our Lady’s 5,000 rosary rally captains.

Once you’ve signed up as a team captain, you will receive a very beautiful rally banner and training manual in the mail.

This provides you with everything that you need for a simple and successful rally.

Thank you very much and may God bless you!

John Ritchie

John Ritchie

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Student Action Director

P.S.: Read about the 2009 Rosary Rallies here

Why pray the Rosary?

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Q: What is the importance of praying the rosary, as a Catholic?

A: There’s no requirement for any Catholic to pray the Rosary.

Catholics choose to do so, for some or all of the following reasons:

The Rosary affirms all the best qualities of humanity, and it also celebrates God’s very own confirmation of his original plan for mankind.

The Rosary celebrates the fullfilment of God’s promise to send a redeemer, the seed of the woman, who would crush the head of the serpent.

The Rosary is almost totally scriptural, as it is taken directly from the gospel of St. Luke: “Luke 1:28 And the angel being come in, said unto her: Hail, full of grace, the Lord is with thee: blessed art thou among women.

Luke 1:41 And it came to pass that when Elizabeth heard the salutation of Mary, the infant leaped in her womb. And Elizabeth was filled with the Holy Ghost.
Luke 1:42 And she cried out with a loud voice and said: Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb.”

The Rosary is a very effective meditation, since it relies on several other key scriptural sequences (called mysteries) as well, which celebrate Christ’s life, death, resurrection, and much more.

Very few people manage to actually commit a sin, in word or in deed, while they are actively engaged in praying the Rosary … so praying the Rosary certainly enhances personal holiness.

The Rosary can be succesfully prayed alone, while walking, driving, or working … or it can be prayed along with groups of any size … and almost anywhere.

The Rosary is a personally satisfying way to pray, as it proceeds in an orderly fashion from prayer to prayer, from beginning to end. If it is interrupted for any reason, it can be easily resumed and completed later.

The Blessed Virgin, through various Church approved apparitions, has confirmed the effectiveness and the value of praying the Rosary, for the purpose of converting sinners, giving honor and glory to God, and making reparations for our sins, and the sins of the whole world.

Catholics have found that praying the Rosary is a practical and effective way to engage in personal or public prayer and petition, especially in times of crisis.

Praying the Rosary is particlarly satisfying for those whose own mothers have already died.

The Rosary is one of several universally accepted, widely practiced devotions of the universal and worldwide Catholic church, so it brings the faithful together, whenever and wherever it is prayed.

Unlike the repetetive chants and rants of the pagans, who prayed to false and powerless gods, and to no good end … the purpose of the Rosary is to give constant honor, praise, and thanksgiving to God, who saves us through his power and his grace, and who chose to save us particularly through his son, Jesus, who will always be the son of Mary, the humble, holy woman who willingly cooperated so closely and faithfully with him, in his great work of redemption.

The following scripture verse proves that God has no problem at all with (appropriate) repetitive prayer:

Revelation 4:8 And the four living creatures had each of them six wings: and round about and within they are full of eyes. And they rested not day and night, saying: Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty, who was and who is and who is to come.
Revelation 4:9 And when those living creatures gave glory and honour and benediction to him that sitteth on the throne, who liveth for ever and ever …

Blessed be God!