In Honor of Our Lady of the Rosary

+JMJ+ I’m back from summer break, working on the blog. Posts will resume soon. Meanwhile, you are invited to join me in praying the Rosary tonight, Friday, Oct. 7, on Twitter at 8pm ET/7pm CT, in honor of Our Lady of the Rosary. I’ve included a video below in this post, about the Battle of Lepanto and the feast day from Sensus Fidelium, and links to a couple of articles about it, too.

Video, The Battle of Lepanto: Our Lady of the Holy Rosary (7-October 1571), by Sensus Fidelium.

Here are a couple of articles about the battle–and the prayer–that saved Europe and Christendom.

How to join our Rosary thread on Twitter

Hope you’ll join me tonight for the Rosary on Twitter. Just go to my profile page and look for the pinned Welcome tweet. I’ll pin it at the beginning of the Preparing to Pray thread, shortly before the Rosary. (The optional Preparing to Pray thread begins at a quarter before the Rosary which begins at the top of the hour, 7pm CT and 8pm ET.)

Thanks for visiting the blog and reading. God bless you and may His Peace be with you now and always.

And remember: a Rosary a day keeps the devil away. +JMJ+ 

Join me on Fridays for the Rosary Project Live on Twitter at 8pm ET, 7pm CT, to cultivate a culture of Life and Love, and to end the culture of death. There’s also a Rosary on the blog you can use anytime.

“The Rosary is the ‘weapon’ for these times.” — Padre Pio

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Image credit: 1. Battle of Lepanto, by Paolo Veronese, via Wikimedia Commons, public domain. 2. Battle of Lepanto, by Tommaso Dolabella, composite image of three separate images in Wawel Castle, Cracow, via Wikimedia Commons, public domain.

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