MEET THE CATHOLICS OF POLAND YOU PRAYED WITH TODAY...PURE JOY!

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This has made my entire day, week, month, heck year!  Mary must be so touched.  She will answer...no doubt.

Thank you Joseph for sharing this link...thank you!

Beautiful thank you for sharing. God bless

Wow!! In the Union of Prayers...so very impressive. Our Lady of the Rosary - pray for US

Please pray for atheistic UK - wretched Henry the VIII and the reformation!!!!

Dawn - Thank you for posting this.  I joined Poland in saying my Rosary this morning California time.  I've thought of this all week and now don't have to wonder what it must have been liked.  Such a thrill to have been part of this.  The photos are much appreciated especially the one where a giant Rosary was held by a nun and other Catholics.  It brought tears to my eyes to see our fellow Catholics gathered in Poland and to know that this Rosary also was said worldwide. 

Brought tears of joy to my eyes...just beautiful and just for Mary Most Holy!

Thank you Dawn Marie. Very happy to see people united in prayer for the Kingdom of God.

God bless.

A few I missed

Thank You for posting.  Very impressive.  Now time for prayers that other countries may follow this great example.


PICS: Thousands of Poles Pray on the Border Against ‘Islamisation of Europe’




Thousands of Catholics formed a human chain along the borders of Poland on the anniversary of an historic victory by Europe over the Ottoman Empire officially to pray for peace and “against the Islamisation of Europe”.

Polish media reports hundreds of thousands of adherents participated in the “Rosary on the Borders” event on Saturday, October 7th, to mark the anniversary of the Battle of Lepanto, where “the Christian fleet overcame the Muslim armada, saving Europe from Islamisation”.

The Catholic Feast of the Holy Rosary was established by Pope Pius V in 1571 as “Our Lady of Victory” after the Holy League won a landmark victory over the Ottoman Turks at their naval station in Lepanto.

The Solo Dios Basta foundation, which organised the event, attributed the victory to the recital of the rosary “that saved Europe from Islamisation”.

Prayers took place across some 4,000 locations along the country’s 2,000-mile border involving 320 churches from 22 dioceses.

A worshipper holds a Polish national flag during a rosary prayer on the Baltic Sea beach in Gdansk, Poland, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. Hundreds of thousands of Polish Catholic faithful prayed the rosary around Poland’s 3,500-kilometer (2,000-mile) border seeking God’s protection against various threats. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)

Devotees pray as they walk through a forest in Szklarska Poreba, Czech Republic-Poland border, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

People take part in a mass rosary prayer, begging God “to save Poland and the world” from dangers facing them, in Koden Sanctuary, eastern Poland, on the banks of the Bug – a border river between Poland and Belarus on October 7, 2017.
(Photo by WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

(Photo by WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

“Rosary on the Borders” also marked the end of the Fatima centenary, celebrating 100 years since the apparitions of the Virgin Mary to three shepherd children in Fatima, Portugal, in the spring of 1917.

Archbishop Stanislaw Gadecki, head of the Polish Episcopal Conference, told RMF FM that “the key objective of this manifestation is to pray for peace”.

Krakow Archbishop Marek Jedraszewski called on Catholics to pray “for the other European nations to make them understand it is necessary to return to Christian roots so that Europe would remain Europe”.

People take part in a mass rosary prayer, begging God “to save Poland and the world” from dangers facing them, in Koden Sanctuary, eastern Poland, on the banks of the Bug – a border river between Poland and Belarus on October 7, 2017.
 (Photo by WOJTEK RADWANSKI/AFP/Getty Images)

A woman holds a rosary during a prayer in Sanctuary in Koden, eastern Poland, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, on the banks of Bug – border river between Poland and Belarus. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

Catholic activist Marcin Dybowski told AFP that “a religious war between Christianity and Islam is once again underway in Europe, just like in the past”.

“Poland is in danger. We need to shield our families, our homes, our country from all kinds of threats, including the de-Christianisation of our society, which the EU’s liberals want to impose on us,” he said.

People take part in mass rosary prayer in Sanctuary in Koden, eastern Poland, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017, on the banks of Bug – border river between Poland and Belarus. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)

Devotees pray as they walk through a forest in Szklarska Poreba, Czech Republic-Poland border, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017.(AP Photo/Petr David Josek)

Krzysztof Januszewski, 45, prayed at the northern coastal city of Gdansk and said he worries Christian Europe is being threatened by a loss of faith in Christian societies and by Islamic extremists.

“In the past, there were raids by sultans and Turks and people of other faiths against us Christians,” said Mr. Januszewski.

“Today Islam is flooding us and we are afraid of this too,” he added. “We are afraid of terrorist threats and we are afraid of people departing from the faith.”

A Catholic priest and devotees attend a rosary prayer on the Baltic beach in Gdansk, Poland, Saturday, Oct. 7, 2017. (AP Photo/Alik Keplicz)

Incredible: Thousands Of Polish Citizens Form Human Border Wal...

Incredible: Thousands Of Polish Citizens Form Human Border Wall & Pray For Europe's Deliverance From Radical Islam

Posted by Mike Cernovich on Saturday, October 7, 2017

Breathtaking!  Thank you Dawn Marie for sharing these pictures.  Puts tears to ones eyes.  Never can say enough  rosaries. 

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