Will You Pray the Rosary? With A Million People, All October?

By Tim Busch
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Will You Pray the Rosary? With A Million People, All October?

 

Dear Friends,

 

It’s never been done: One million people, praying the Rosary, every day, for a month.

 

Now it’s going to happen, from October 1 to October 31 – all for the sake of protecting the unborn.

 

And we need your prayers and participation.

 

October is a pivotal month.

 

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a landmark case on abortion. The Dobbs case is the best chance in decades to overturn Roe vs. Wade. It may be the single biggest step in protecting the unborn and restoring a culture of life.

 

October is also a providential month.

 

The entire month is dedicated to the Rosary, and October 7th is the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. It commemorates the Catholic victory in the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 – a battle that saved Western Civilization from destruction.

 

Today, another victory is needed. A victory for unborn life.

The Napa Institute is joining with EWTN and Relevant Radio to pray for that victory via the rosary.  And we’re inviting all Catholics, lay apostolates, and people of goodwill to join us – and to spread this message far and wide.

Our goal is a million people, united in prayer. Now is the time to pray the rosary daily, from October 1 to October 31. And we’re offering an easy path for you to join us.

 

Commit to praying the rosary daily. Sign up with the Napa Institute today.

 

Join Fr. Rocky Hoffman in praying the rosary. He leads a rosary every day at 7 PM Central. Watch it or listen on your local Relevant Radio station.

 

Join EWTN in praying the rosary. The late Mother Angelica recorded rosaries, which air every day. Watch live on EWTN or on-demand.

 

Join the Napa Institute on October 7th. In honor of the Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, we’ll host a virtual rosary via Zoom. Anyone can join.

 

Pray the rosary in whatever way is easiest for you. You can pray half in the morning, half at night, or a decade every couple of hours. The full rosary takes 12 minutes and can be prayed anytime or anywhere — while driving, waiting in line, flying, you name it.

 

Please consider sharing this email with your family and friends and urging them to sign up for the daily rosary at the Napa Institute


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