Saturday 16th 2023 - Our Lady of Fatima Rosary Crusade
00:00 - 05:20 Opening and Intentions
05:21 - 06:19 Minute of Silence
06:20 - 30:09 Rosary
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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, Hawaii, Chile, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, the Philippines, Singapore, India, Indonesia, as well as other countries, have been joining in prayer.
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 Glorious Mysteries are (in order of appearance): The Resurrection: Polyptch of St. Peter (Resurrection) by Pietro Perugino (1496-1500) Resurrection of Christ and Women at the Tomb (Cell 8) by Fra Angelico (1440-1442) The Ascension: The Ascension by Pietro Perugino (1495-1498) Ascension of Jesus Christ from the Armadio degli Argenti Painting Series by Fra Angelico (c1450) The Descent of the Holy Ghost: Pentecostes by Juan Bautista Maíno (1615-1620) Pentecost by Giotto di Bondone (c1300-c1310) The Assumption of Our Lady: Assumption of the Virgin by Francesco Granacci (c1515) The Assumption of the Virgin by Francesco Botticini (c1475-1476) The Coronation of Our Lady: Coronation of the Virgin by Fra Angelico (1434-1435) Coronation of the Virgin by Titian (c1505 – 1576)