Over 1,000 Rallies for America’s Conversion

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Over 1,000 Rallies for America’s Conversion
Takoma, Washington

On July 8, America Needs Fatima prayer warriors promoted over 1,000 Rosary Rallies on the Saturday following the Fourth of July 4 to honor the nation and pray for America’s conversion.

America Needs Fatima is a project of the American Society for the Defense of Tradition, Family and Property (TFP). It holds tens of thousands of these rallies yearly.

Elkins Park, Pennsylvania

Rally Captain Philip Calder from San Jose, California, wrote: “Those attending our rally had enthusiasm for honoring our country and asking Our Lady’s intervention. All the decades were prayed with litanies and invocations in-between. Many fliers announcing the Rosary were given out to cars that stopped at a busy 4-way intersection. Reactions to the rosary rally were varied. Some were quite enthusiastic, with a real sense of patriotism and gratitude that we were there. And some were either radically opposed or totally indifferent, refusing even to acknowledge our presence.”

Newell, South Dakota

Over 100 years ago, Our Lady appeared at Fatima and predicted chastisements if mankind did not stop offending God. God is being mocked and assaulted much more today than in 1917 when the apparitions occurred.

Today, “drag queen story hours” are promoted as child-friendly even though they promote the LGBTQ agenda. The mass slaughter of babies through abortion is another way God is offended. The mainstreaming of Satanism is spreading even into primary schools. Indeed, America is in dire need of conversion and prayer.

Our Lady’s prayer warriors had all these things in mind when they led over 1,000 Public Square Rosary Rallies for the conversion of America. Thousands of participants recognized that the solution to this crisis is turning to God and Our Lady.

Bel Air, Maryland

“We thanked God for prayers answered, and with continued prayers to return our country to One Nation under God.” Sandra in Haskell, N.J.

When America Needs Fatima started the Public Square Rosary Rally Campaign in 2007, no one could have imagined that the Supreme Court would overturn Roe v Wade 15 years later. From the humble beginnings of a few thousand rallies in October 2007, the Rosary warriors saw the number grow to over 20,000 ten years later…and it is still growing. There are significant reactions throughout America opposing so many evils. The Rosary Rally Captains have been leading the charge to take back the soul of America through the power of the Rosary.

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However, much work and prayer need to be done. Abortion must be rolled back abortion in all 50 states, and the fight must continue to defend society from the LGBTQ agenda and open Satanism. Every soul in America must be won for God. There is nothing that the Rosary cannot accomplish.

“Attached is a photo of our rosary rally with our banner that was so graciously sent to me by your wonderful organization. Here, we try to hold rallies monthly. Thank you so much for all that you do, and thank you for the lovely banners. By the way, our attendance is growing. Take care and peace to you,” Janet in Waupun, Wisconsin

The next Rosary Rally will be the main Rally on October 14 at noon. SIGN UP HERE to be a Rosary Rally Captain on October 14, commemorating the Miracle of the Sun at Fatima in 1917.

JOIN America Needs Fatima in praying the Rosary in public on October 14 at noon. It can be an occasion to celebrate the overturning of Roe v. Wade and to begin the next moral crusade of making abortion illegal and unthinkable in all 50 states.

Holding a Rosary Rally is simple. Just gather family and friends and pray the Rosary for America in any public place.

Praying the Rosary for America will help restore order to American society and call God’s blessings on the nation. Show gratitude to God and Our Lady by signing up to be a ROSARY RALLY CAPTAIN here. Pray the Rosary in public on October 14 at noon in commemoration of the Miracle of the Sun.

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