Public Square Rosary

The Public Square Rosary campaign began with a discussion about commemorating the 90th anniversary of the last apparition at Fatima when Our Lady performed the Miracle of the Sun. Its organizers tried to think of a special way to celebrate this anniversary. The idea of holding a yearly rosary in a public place seemed a natural response to the Fatima call for conversion, penance and prayer. On October 13, 2007, over 2,100 Public Square Rosary Rallies were held in public squares, busy intersections, city parks, in front of town halls or local abortion clinics all across America. The rallies have grown immenselysince that time, with 14,197 rallies in 2015.

Rosary Rallies on Target

While October 13 is still over three months away, the task of organizing and coordinating thousands of Public Square Rosary rallies nationwide must be done well in advance. The task of organizing these rallies was the subject of a two-day … Continue reading

About the Public Square Rosary Campaign

Join the Public Square Rosary Campaign Imagine one thousand or more rallies across America in public places. Faithful Catholics carry banners mentioning Our Lady of Fatima and her message. They gather together young and old to pray the rosary. They … Continue reading

Join the Public Square Rosary Campaign

Imagine one thousand or more rallies across America in public places. Faithful Catholics carry banners mentioning Our Lady of Fatima and her message. They gather together young and old to pray the rosary. They offer public witness to a message … Continue reading

1,000 Rosary Rally Captains — Help Needed

The target date is October 13 and the goal is two thousand Public Square Rosary rallies nationwide. At the campaign headquarters near Topeka, Kans., coordinator Francis Slobodnik announced that they had reached a milestone of 1,000 Rosary Rally Captains nationwide … Continue reading

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