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Tuesday, July 19, 2011

CARRY YOUR ROSARY EVERY DAY


 (Received in email)

When you carry a Rosary, Satan has a headache.

When you use it, he collapses.

When he sees you praying it, he faints.

Let us pray the rosary every time, so that he'll keep fainting.

Maybe one day, he'll have a stroke and never be able to work.

Did you also know that when you are about to forward this message,

Satan will try to discourage you?

Forward it anyway and help hasten the triumph of Mother Mary!

Send this to your prayerful friends and see how the Holy Spirit works!

There is a great deal to gain and absolutely nothing to lose!

Imagine what might happen if every Catholic in the world would pray a

Rosary on the same day! We have an example in October of 1573, when

Europe was saved from the invasion of the mighty Turkish fleet, by the

praying of the Rosary by all Christians!

So, everyday let us all pray a Rosary for peace in the world

and the return of moral values into our communities. If possible,

please pray your Rosary between Noon and 3:00pm.

Also, please e-mail this message to every Catholic on your address

list, and ask them to pass it along to every Catholic on their lists.

Let's unite in praying one of the most powerful prayers in existence,

for these intentions, on one of the holiest days in our Church year.

God bless us all!