Let’s Pray a Nationwide Rosary for Healing of Our Country
Our nation is bruised and battered, full of division and animosity. The world is suffering from a pandemic, resulting in pain, death, and isolation. We are in great need of healing. While the government is working on financial and medical solutions to our current challenges, our country is in dire need of spiritual and emotional healing. Nothing is more powerful to bring peace than prayer.
Pope Francis proclaimed a yearlong celebration dedicated to St. Joseph. St. Joseph is the patron saint of workers, immigrants, fathers, and the Universal Church. March 19 is the Solemnity of St. Joseph, Spouse of the Blessed Virgin Mary.
We are asking you to sign this petition to join in the recitation of the Most Holy Rosary on Friday, March 19, 2021 at 3 PM. We know that prayer is very powerful. We need to harness that power by coming together, at the same time, and turning our voices and hearts to God. We are asking each bishop to lead his people in reciting the Rosary.
At 3 PM on Friday, March 19, we have the opportunity to put down the weapons that divide us and pick up the one weapon that can unite us in love and prayer: the Rosary. Countless miracles have occurred because of the Rosary. If we can come together on this day and at this time, lifting our voices to God, there is no limit to God’s abundant mercy and the potential to begin true healing in our nation.
Regardless of your practice of prayer, we are united in the need to heal this country. Regardless of your political party, we are united in the need to be respectful. Regardless of your feelings about divisive issues, we are united by a common heritage and desire for peace.
We will share this information to everyone who signs the petition. Your voice is powerful; let it be heard. Add your commitment to join us on Friday, March 19, for 30 minutes as we pray the rosary and ask your friends to join. Fridays in Lent are very special for Christians. May this day be the beginning of a new chapter in our nation.
“We have this confidence in God, that if we ask anything according to His will, He hears us.” -
1 John 5:14