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Power of the Rosary

Many people in Europe, and even some in the United States, are concerned about the threat of Islam. Since the seventh century, the militant Muslims have conquered large territories in Near East, North Africa and South East Europe.

The most effective weapon, which stopped the Muslim onslaught in cases such as: the battle of Lepanto, in 1952, the battle of Vienna, in 1683 and the siege of Belgrade in 1716 – was against all odds, the power of the Rosary. In more recent history, the occupation of Austria by the Communist Red Army was ended in May 1955 after a Rosary Crusade by the Austrian people.

A similar defeat of a communist dictatorship was ended in Brazil in 1964 and in Portugal in 1975 – without bloodshed. The victory was generally attributed to Our Lady of the Rosary. The prayer of the Rosary is Biblical: Based on mysteries of Christ’s life, death and resurrection. And Mary is still his mother.

Daily, we read about acts of terrorism by Mohammed’s disciples. Prayers of the Rosary have saved civilizations in the past. They will save us now by joining the National Rosary Crusade.

Suzanne Reynolds


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