Please Pray this 9-Day Rosary Novena with us? On Friday 25th May, the Irish Government will hold a Referendum to legalise abortion in Ireland. If passed, then abortion will be made available for any reason ‘without restriction up to 12 weeks’ of pregnancy. That means, a baby in the womb can be aborted for any reason up to 3 months. A shocking scenario! We cannot stand by and simply let this happen! We are urgently calling people to pray the Rosary every day - for 9 days - to protect Ireland from abortion. If we turn to Mary, Our Blessed Mother, to help us, she will intercede with her son Jesus for our dear country. Prayer is urgently needed. Will you pray with us?
Notes to help you pray this Rosary with us:
• It starts on Thursday 17th May and ends on Friday 25th May (Abortion Referendum Day).
• This 9-Day Novena is for those people who have just recently become aware of the huge significance of this abortion referendum.
• This 9-Day Novena is not to be confused with our earlier 54-Day Rosary Novena, which began on 1st April.
• You don’t have to pray an extra Rosary but include “Protect Ireland from abortion” in the daily rosary you already pray, ie. pray the Rosary you normally would - and mention this petition.
Join us at any time: if you’re reading this after the novena has begun then please feel free to begin at any time.
"Few Christians, however enlightened, know the real price, merit, excellence, and necessity of the Hail Mary." St. Louis De Montfort
Please Pray this 9-Day Rosary Novena with us?
Remember the words of Sr. Lucia of Fatima: “The Most Holy Virgin, in these last times in which we live, has given new efficacy to the recitation of the Rosary to such an extent that there is no problem, no matter how difficult it is, temporal or especially spiritual, in the personal life of each one of us, of our families...or of the religious communities, or even of the life of peoples and nations that cannot be solved by the Rosary.”
Click here for EWTN’s Fr. Joseph Mary Wolfe’s “Rosary For Life” Meditations.

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