PUBLIC SQUARE ROSARY CRUSADE OCTOBER 2019
FEEDBACK FROM ROSARY CAPTAINS
- Thank you very much we have made it our prayer was successfully although we were four but God was there with us next time people promise to join us as they see us praying in the street. G.M.
- Good day we the parish of St. Anthony of Padua Kraaifontein marched thru the streets praying and singing. Oh it was so beautiful practically the whole church was there. Thanks to a hard working priest. V.R.
- We started our public Rosary Crusade at 12:00. The Crusade was held at the entrance to Geluksdal. We were accompanied by 13 members of our parish, St Martin de Porres Catholic Church. We give thanks to Our Lady for interceding for us during the Crusade. Many passersby were amazed at what we were doing. Through the mercy of God our Father, Jesus Christ and the Holy Spirit we prayed for our country and specifically for our unemployed youth. We could feel Jesus’ presence and this has given us renewed hope and energy to be missionaries of our Lord. May God bless our country. K and P.
- We had 4 rosary rallies from our parish at different street corners. G. S.
- Our Rosary Rally which took place today from 11.45 to 12.40 on the GRASS ISLAND AT THE FORK OF RANDLES AND WATERFALL ROADS, SYDENHAM, DURBAN, 4091. There was a turnout of 14 people… Thanks you BLESSED MOTHER MARY for being with us. A.R.
- We in Thohoyandou in the far north limpopo province had a resounding success for the first time with a total of about 30 people participating at the Thoyandou Plaza. I hope you received ed the photos that I sent you. Last year was poorly attended I was even discouraged to undertake this year’s crusade.However we managed to have a success this year. Thanks to your persistent encouragement.Kind regards and abundant blessings. G.M.
- Greetings to you from Stinkwater. May the name of the Lord be praised both now and forever. A short report of the rally here in Mogogelo, a community in the Hammarskraal area. The rosary rally started round about past 12. The procession started from the bus station into the town and ended in the church premises. It was a procession that took us almost 3 hours. It was indeed a rally. Those in attendance were adults and they were about 30 in number. To the greater glory of God it was a success. Those who were not Catholic joined us along the way but left us after awhile. We are indeed happy grateful to God. South Africa indeed needs our Lady. We pray that may she continue to intercede for us all. Amen. M.J.