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Friday, 23rd February 2024 - Our Lady of Fatima Rosary Crusade

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00:00 - 05:54 Opening Prayers and Intentions
05:55 - 06:54 Minute of Silence
06:56 - 30:27 Rosary

Everyday at 12 noon Eastern Time, and then every hour throughout the next 24 hours, Catholics throughout the world unite in praying the Holy Rosary together. To date, Catholics from Israel, Uganda, Italy, France, Germany, Ireland, the United Kingdom, the US, Canada, Mexico, Dominica, Hawaii, Chile, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, India, Indonesia, as well as other countries, have been joining in prayer.
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Artwork:

Prayer to St. Joseph: St. Joseph Taking the Hand of the Christ Child, Bartolomé Esteban Murillo c. 1670

Prayer of St Gertrude: The Trinity with Souls in Purgatory by Corrado Giaquinto (1703 -1766)

The paintings used in today’s Sorrowful Mysteries are (in order of appearance)

The Agony in the Garden:
The Agony in the Garden of Gethsemane by Francesco Trevisani (1740)
Agony in the Garden by Pietro Perugino (1485-1490)

The Scourging at the pillar:
Flagellation of Christ by Duccio di Buoninsegna (c1308-1311)
Flagellation by Michael Pacher (1495-98)

The Crowning with Thorns:
The Crowning with Thorns by Caravaggio (1602-1604)
Christ Crowned with Thorns probably by Pietro Perugino (1500-1505)

Our Lord carries the cross:
Christ Carrying the Cross by Titian (c1565)
Christ Falling on the Way to Calvary by Raphael (c1483 -1520)

The Crucifixion and Death of Our Lord:
Christ Crucified by Diego Velázquez (c1632)
The Crucifixion by Juan de Flandes (1509-1519)

Other links:

Our Lady of the Rosary Family Catechism is available at: https://olrfamilycatechism.com/

With special thanks to the Benedictines of Mary, Queen of Apostles for permission to use their music available here: http://benedictinesofmary.org/....product-category/mus

Titles of hymns:
Adoramus te Christe (Minute of Silence)
Improperia (1st)
Jesu Salvator Mundi (2nd)
O Sacred Head Surrounded (3rd)
Crux Fidelis (4th)
Adoramus te Christe (5th)
Stabat Mater (Closing)

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