The Medjugorje Rosary

    
                                     The Rosary was submitted by the same woman who had the experience reported on the Stories page for Good Friday, March 29, 2013. 
Medjugorje Rosary - Picture Only
 
 
•   Pray:
 
       1.   The Sign of the Cross
 
       2.   The Fatima Prayer (on the traditional “Hail Mary” beads):
                 Oh my Jesus.  Forgive us our sins.  Save us from the fires of hell. Lead
                 all souls to heaven, especially those in most need of thy mercy. Amen.
       3.   The Our Father
 
       4.   The Hail Mary (on the traditional “Our Father” beads)
 
       5.   Glory Be
 
•   On each of the Fatima Prayer beads (#4), pray for specific intentions:
    for the church, for our priests, for souls in this world and the next,
    especially those in purgatory, for leaders to justly serve our world,
    for the persecuted, for individuals and those who have no one to pray for them.
 
•   It is a prayer for our desperate times, to combat offenses against God everywhere
    in our world.  It is for the souls being lead astray, and for those making choices
    every day that carry them further away from the final choice for heaven.  It is a
    Mother’s plea to bring every one of her children back to her Son; to ensure that
    no soul is lost to a choice for hell.
 
•   The Blessed Mother and Jesus fight for every single soul, every single moment,
    for all eternity, in the ultimate battle of good against evil, everlasting life against
    everlasting torment.  We can all be foot soldiers in this same battle.
 
•   Among the messages that our Blessed Mother has delivered at  Medjugorje,
    she has said, “What I started at Fatima, I will finish at Medjugorje.” She also
    has said that the Rosary is the most powerful weapon we have to save souls.
    She is  asking us to pray this Rosary and to turn directly to her Son, Jesus Christ.
 
•   This powerful prayer originated in Medjugorje, at the urging of our own Blessed
    Mother,  at Eucharistic Adoration in St. James Church on March 22, 2012.
 

 

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