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Rosary Crusade for the Fifth Marian Dogma (August 15 2010 - 2011)

Our Lady of All Nations

Our Lady of All Nations

At times of grave crisis for the Church and for the world, Rosary crusades have changed the course of human history.

From the Battle of Lepanto in 1571 which saved Catholic faith and culture in Europe, to the Philippine Revolution in 1986, which prevented the potential slaughter of great numbers of Catholic faithful, the power of the Rosary prayed in unity can truly bring forth historic fruit for the Church and for humanity. From Leo XIII to Benedict XVI, the popes of the last two centuries have exhorted the faithful to daily pray the Rosary for the serious needs of humanity.

The present state of extraordinary crisis for the Church and for the world is universally known: unprecedented attacks on the Church externally and internally, and specifically on the Papacy; military conflict and/or terrorism on every continent; moral and family breakdown in unparalleled proportions; millions dying of hunger and starvation; natural disasters in unmatched numbers; Communist and militant regimes persecuting Christians and other religious traditions; unique environmental disasters; and over 40 million abortions annually.

But where there is great darkness, there are also the shadows of the great light which is approaching. The infinitely merciful Jesus seeks to renew the earth through a new descent of the Holy Spirit, as brought forth through our spiritual mother. The ultimate remedy for our global state of emergency is direct intercession from Heaven. We urgently need Our Blessed Mother, who brings us the graces of the Son and the renewal of the Spirit.

It is for this reason that we now initiate a year-long Rosary crusade for the fifth Marian Dogma - - that the Holy Father will solemnly define that the Blessed Virgin Mary is the Spiritual Mother of All Peoples as the Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces and Advocate.

Although Mary’s Spiritual Motherhood of all humanity is already the official teachings of the Church’s Magisterium, the solemn definition of this truth by our beloved Pope Benedict XVI will allow Our Lady to exercise fully and in an unprecedented manner her God-given intercessory powers for her human children in our present state of severe global crisis.

Our Mother’s titles of Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces and Advocate are her functions for humanity. When they are solemnly defined by the Roman Pontiff, the bearer of the Keys of the Kingdom (cf. Mt. 16:15-20), then and only then will the Co-redemptrix and Mediatrix of all graces intercede for the historic graces of redemption and peace promised at places like Fatima, which will in turn definitively initiate the Triumph of her most Immaculate Heart and an eventual “era of peace” (cf. July 13, 1917 Fatima message).

We therefore humbly beg you, in Our Lady’s name, to join us in this worldwide Rosary crusade for the fifth Marian Dogma, which begins on August 15, 2010, the anniversary of the most recently proclaimed Marian dogma of Our Lady’s Assumption. We ask you to persevere with us throughout the year in daily praying the Rosary for this fifth and final Marian Dogma. Through this Rosary Crusade, we earnestly pray that our beloved Holy Father, Pope Benedict XVI, will soon proclaim that the Immaculate Virgin Mary is truly the Spiritual Mother of all humanity, as a gift given to us all by our Crucified Savior from the cross, “Behold, your mother” (Jn. 19:27).

Along with the daily Rosary, we also encourage you to pray daily the Prayer of the Lady of All Nations, given by Our Lady for the proclamation of the fifth Dogma in the ecclesiastically approved apparitions in Amsterdam (local approval, May 31, 2002). You may also add the prayer below for the fifth Marian Dogma.

Lady of All Nations Prayer
Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now your Spirit over the earth.
Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disasters, and war.
May the Lady of all nations, the Blessed Virgin Mary, be our Advocate.

Prayer for the Fifth Marian Dogma
Lord Jesus, grant that the world may know, through the solemn proclamation of your papal Vicar on earth, that your Mother is truly our Mother, the spiritual Mother of all peoples.
May Mary Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces, and Advocate intercede for true peace for the world, and thus establish the Triumph of her most Immaculate Heart.
May the Holy Spirit, through the Immaculate Heart of Mary, enflame the earth with a New Pentecost, leading to a new springtime of life and love for the Church and for the world.

Cardinal Luis Aponte Martinez
Archbishop Emeritus of San Juan
San Juan, Puerto Rico

Archbishop M. Chinnappa
Archbishop of Madras
Madras, India

Mother Angelica
Foundress, EWTN Television Network
Alabama, U.S.A

Ambassador Howard Dee
Former Ambassador to the Holy See
Metro Manila, Philippines

Sr. Briege McKenna and Fr. Kevin Scallon
Intercession for Priests
Dublin, Ireland

Ambassador Mercedes Tuason
Philippine Vatican Ambassador
Rome, Italy

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