Two white roses in Mary's name, placed on the grave of Blessed Jerzy
on her birthday. Photo: Courtesy of and exclusive permission: Fr. Piotr Bałtarowicz
Mary Wagner's "Rosary Bouquet for the Unborn" continues to have "roses" added to it. On Wednesday, Fr. Piotr Bałtarowicz led a group of Catholics in the Rosary for this intention before the Canadian Embassy. Following the Rosary, two roses were placed on the grave of Blessed Jerzy Popiełuszko for his blessings upon Mary.
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|Prayer from the Parish of Siemyslow, Poland|
Photo: Courtesy of and exclusive permission: Fr. Piotr Bałtarowicz
I shall be visiting Mary on Ash Wednesday, and shall take with me the final results of our truly Catholic - universal - Rosary Bouquet. Jane Wagner, Mary's mother told me that when she spoke to Mary on her birthday, Mary was overjoyed that people were praying the Rosary for this intention. Please speak to family, friends.... ask your priest if he will promote the Bouquet. We still have until Wednesday.
|Photo: Courtesy of and exclusive permission : Fr. Piotr Baltarowicz|
A special word must be said to Catholic Poland.
Dear friends of the Queen of Heaven, truly you are showing your devotion and love for the Mother of God! You are also showing true love for Our Lord's handmaid, Mary. You are also identifying with her: Mary lives the Gospel of Life. The greatest and only gift for Mary is prayer. It is you, dear Polish Catholics, who are the "muscle" (to borrow Linda Gibbons word) behind the Rosary Bouquet! God will bless your country for this.
Our strength is in the Rosary and the Divine Mercy! The weapons to defeat the scourge of abortion have already been given to us: why search in vain for something else?