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Faced with a radical Islamist invasion of Lepanto in 1571, the Rosary won a great victory for the outnumbered Christian fleet. Polands faithful and bishops have organized a Rosary crusade to fight back against Islamism and make reparation to the Immaculate Heart today.

http://fsspx.news/en/news-events/news/one-million-polish-catholics-set-gather-their-border-rosary-crusade
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As many as one million Poles are expected to take part in "The Rosary On the Borders," commemorating the Battle of Lepanto.

Polish Bishops have endorsed and encouraged the attendance of their congregations in this event, which takes place on the feast of Our Lady of the Rosary. The organizers of this event hope to attract a few thousand Catholics, but as the publicity and enthusiasm has grown, so have the numbers.

The crusade was organized independently of the Catholic Church in Poland, for the purposes of honoring Mary as Queen of Poland, asking for her protection and intercession, and begging forgiveness for blasphemies. The organizers describe their effort on their website:

On this day we will go to the borders of Poland and we will pray on [sic] the rosary. Through this unprecedented prayer of the rosary, we want to show the faithfulness and obedience of Mary, who tirelessly calls us to recite the rosary. We also want to apologize and pay for all blasphemy, insults against the Immaculate Heart of Mary. We wish to implore by the intercession of the Mother of God to save Poland and the world.  We believe that if the Rosary is prayed by about a million Poles along the borders of the country, it may not only change the course of events, but open hearts of our compatriots to the grace of God.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #1 on: October 07, 2017, 03:03:54 AM »
This is wonderful!  Poland is a beacon shining through the fog that is modernism.  Part of me wishes I could move there.  But that is not where God has planted me right now.  So, Happy Feast of the Most Holy Rosary from God's garden in Kansas!  We have much work to be done where we are, so let's all bloom where we are planted.  I hope and pray you all have a wonderful day spent in honor of the Blessed Mother, who gave us the best weapon we could ever ask for to use against the many enemies we are assaulted by each day.  May we all join Poland in praise of Lepanto.   :pray3: :cheeseheadbeer: 8)
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #2 on: October 07, 2017, 01:11:42 PM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #3 on: October 07, 2017, 07:47:34 PM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1
I can assure you there are many more Latin Masses said every Sunday in Poland. For example in Warsaw there are at least two so this website is not a good source.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #4 on: October 07, 2017, 08:22:16 PM »
Happy Feast of the Most Holy Rosary! Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

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The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, formerly known as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory and Feast of the Holy Rosary, is a feast day of the Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on 7 October, the anniversary of the decisive victory of the combined fleet of the Holy League of 1571 over the Ottoman navy at the Battle of Lepanto.

God bless the Poles, and lead them to Catholic tradition.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for as we prepare for the 100th anniversary of Your miracle at Fatima.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #5 on: October 07, 2017, 08:30:24 PM »
Happy Feast of the Most Holy Rosary! Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

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The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, formerly known as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory and Feast of the Holy Rosary, is a feast day of the Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on 7 October, the anniversary of the decisive victory of the combined fleet of the Holy League of 1571 over the Ottoman navy at the Battle of Lepanto.

God bless the Poles, and lead them to Catholic tradition.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for as we prepare for the 100th anniversary of Your miracle at Fatima.

These Poles we may wish were traditionalists, which would be any trad's wish for anyone, but being things as they are, never underestimate the fantastic power of the rosary. They believe in the power of the rosary, though I've known many trads who put no special emphasis on this form of prayer. No, it's not obligatory, but it has been recommended by the queen of heaven.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #6 on: October 07, 2017, 08:48:35 PM »
Happy Feast of the Most Holy Rosary! Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for us.

Quote from: Wikipedia
The Feast of Our Lady of the Rosary, formerly known as the Feast of Our Lady of Victory and Feast of the Holy Rosary, is a feast day of the Roman Catholic Church, celebrated on 7 October, the anniversary of the decisive victory of the combined fleet of the Holy League of 1571 over the Ottoman navy at the Battle of Lepanto.

God bless the Poles, and lead them to Catholic tradition.

Our Lady of the Rosary, pray for as we prepare for the 100th anniversary of Your miracle at Fatima.

These Poles we may wish were traditionalists, which would be any trad's wish for anyone, but being things as they are, never underestimate the fantastic power of the rosary. They believe in the power of the rosary, though I've known many trads who put no special emphasis on this form of prayer. No, it's not obligatory, but it has been recommended by the queen of heaven.

You can't get a better recommendation than that (and I know Christ recommends what His Mother asks).

Shame on traditionalists who don't appreciate that.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #7 on: October 08, 2017, 05:33:32 AM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1
I can assure you there are many more Latin Masses said every Sunday in Poland. For example in Warsaw there are at least two so this website is not a good source.

There's several SSPX chapels there...

http://www.piusx.org.pl/kaplice

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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #8 on: October 08, 2017, 11:50:13 AM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1
I can assure you there are many more Latin Masses said every Sunday in Poland. For example in Warsaw there are at least two so this website is not a good source.

There's several SSPX chapels there...

http://www.piusx.org.pl/kaplice
Here go to this website/ It's in polish but you can just look at the interactive map. It shows all of the chapels, churches and other places where Latin Mass is offered :)
http://msza.net/
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #9 on: October 08, 2017, 01:10:16 PM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1

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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #10 on: October 08, 2017, 09:29:33 PM »
Yeah God bless Poland.  But this is not because Poles are staunch traditionalists that will only attend the TLM.  According to this page the TLM is only offered in two parishes every Sunday in Poland, one in Kraków and one in Wrocław.  Poles still have a picture of JPII hanging on their walls.  So much for the members of this forum that think the NO Mass is from the hobs of hell.

http://latinmassdir.org/?country=poland&diocese&sundays=1
I can assure you there are many more Latin Masses said every Sunday in Poland. For example in Warsaw there are at least two so this website is not a good source.

There's several SSPX chapels there...

http://www.piusx.org.pl/kaplice
Here go to this website/ It's in polish but you can just look at the interactive map. It shows all of the chapels, churches and other places where Latin Mass is offered :)
http://msza.net/

Yeah quite the difference in web sites.
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Re: One million Poles in a Rosary Crusade commemorating Lepanto, Oct 7th.
« Reply #11 on: October 11, 2017, 04:44:56 AM »
Interesting, that October 7th is also the day they surrendered to the Nazi and Soviet occupation in 1939.