UK Prays! - A Holy Rosary Crusade of Reparation
A group of traditional Catholics in the UK have begun publicly praying the Rosary to beg Our Lady's protection for their country in these unprecedented times.

Let us join our prayers to theirs and beg Our Lady's protection!

Holy Rosary Crusade of Reparation
Do What I tell you and you will have peace

Inspired by recent developments in Austria, where a group of faithful are organising weekly, public recitations of the Rosary, a devotion which is rapidly spreading throughout the country (, we wanted to do something similar in the UK.

The Austrian faithful have an encouraging example in their predecessors of the 1950s. Post war Austria was divided amongst the four allied nations and suffered especially in the Soviet controlled area with brutal repressions.

A Fransciscan priest, Father Petrus Pavlicek, was deeply troubled by the situation and sought his refuge in prayer at the National Marian Shrine in Mariazell in 1946, where, in an inspiration, he heard the words: “Do what I tell you and you will have peace.” He saw this in line with the message of Fatima from 1917 where Our Lady encouraged the 3 shepherd children to repent, do penance and pray, especially the daily rosary, as it was only Our Lady who was able to solve all the problems the world was facing.

From 1947-1955 Fr Petrus organised public rosary processions, encouraged his faithful to say thedaily rosary and attend yearly candle lit processions in Vienna. The Chancellors of Austria, Leopold Figl, and later on, Julius Raab, joined in those public processions and urged the faithful to storm heaven with their prayers to free Austria from the allied nations, especially the Soviets. In 1955 their mission was successful and Austria was able to sign the Austrian State Treaty. Austria was the only post World War II country where the Soviets retreated without bloodshed and at such an early stage. Nobody could quite understand how and why this happened.

Theresa Neuman, a German stigmatist, when asked why the Soviets left Austria, replied “Verily,verily, it was the rosaries of the Austrian people.”

Inspired by this event, we want to seek Our Lady’s help and protection also in our current crisis. Our heavenly mother won’t abandon us if we honour her publicly. Let us ask her for our protection with all the confidence we have.

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The following pictures were sent of the first public Rosary in London this past Sunday, January 2nd:

A website that shows all the Rosary groups worldwide being said in Reparation:

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"So let us be confident, let us not be unprepared, let us not be outflanked, let us be wise, vigilant, fighting against those who are trying to tear the faith out of our souls and morality out of our hearts, so that we may remain Catholics, remain united to the Blessed Virgin Mary, remain united to the Roman Catholic Church, remain faithful children of the Church."- Abp. Lefebvre

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