To end the culture of death, pray the Rosary and Chaplet

I’ve been praying the Rosary using the Five Special Intentions given by Pope St. John Paul II, for use with the Divine Mercy chaplet, for several months. Those intentions are aimed at ending abortion and the whole culture of death. I began adding them to the Rosary threads on Twitter back when the pro-abortion crowd ramped up their demonic efforts to ram barbaric legislation through in a push that has been more aggressive than any we’ve ever seen in this country. (Links at the end of this post.)

Tonight I added devotions pages to the blog. The Rosary Project is already posted so I just linked to that instead of moving it. The Divine Mercy has a direct connection with abortion and fighting it. (Ending it!)

“Where, if not in the Divine Mercy, can the workd find refuge and the light of hope?” — Pope St. John Paul II

Recently I read an article by Carrie Gress, author of the Marian Option and the Anti-Mary Exposed. (Links at the end of this post.) She mentions a book by Shane Kapler, Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet. The Kindle version is pretty inexpensive. I’m looking forward to delving into that one later tonight or some time this weekend. 

I like the idea of praying the Chaplet and the Rosary with Mary. She’s a Warrior and Queen of the Angels. Blessed Mother, pray for and with us!

He says praying the Rosary and the Chaplet together invites Mary to pray them with you. Ask the Warrior Queen of Heaven to pray her Rosary and her Son’s Chaplet of Divine Mercy with me? Yes, please! I need all the help I can get, spiritual and otherwise. I’ll be trying that and will continue using the Five Special Intentions, too.

Once more we have been reminded that we are in a spiritual war. Pick up your shields, Catholics and, indeed, all people of good will. The battle is upon us whether we want it or not. Our ancient enemy wants our destruction and he will stop at nothing to achieve it. 

Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoy your visit. God bless you and may His peace be always with you. Amen.

This has been a post in the Something About Mary Every Day In May series.

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    • I’m sure I will enjoy it. I downloaded the audio, too. Looking forward to putting it all into practice. I’m so happy that you commented on my post, Mr. Kapler. It made me go back and re-read it and then I realized that I included the link to the Kindle version of your book but not the print version and not in the links at the end. So I added those links just now. Also planning in the near future to link the videos of your appearances on the EWTN program, the Journey Home.

      God bless you, sir, and thank you for all you do, and for visiting the blog, reading and commenting. I am thrilled and humbled all at once. :)

      Your sister in Christ,
      Lee

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  1. Hope you enjoy praying with “Marrying the Rosary to the Divine Mercy Chaplet.” It was a joy to work on. God bless you in your apostolate! -Shane

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  2. Lee, that is so incredibly kind of you. Your site is gorgeous, and I am very grateful for you sharing this little form of devotion with your readers. I have no doubt that your “Something About Mary” series has brought great joy to our Lord’s heart.

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