The Time is Now to Bring Our Lady Into the Streets of America

The Time is Now to Bring Our Lady Into the Streets of America

What Can We Do?

The US in 2020 is a country on the edge: a global pandemic; violent protests, vandalism and looting; destruction of Church, state and private property; rejection of the heritage of our nation; heresy against the Catholic Church; withdrawal of support for law enforcement; as well as calls for socialism, communism and anarchy. Spiritual Battle has intensified with the forces of evil becoming even more extreme in their advocacy of unrestricted abortion and a radical rebellion against God’s creation of man, woman and the sanctity of marriage and family; accompanied by open hostility against all who do not share their unholy beliefs. Rage and division are increasing as we approach a pivotal national election in November.

Many are asking, “What can we do?!” Or, “Why isn’t anyone doing anything?!”

Well, there is plenty you and I can do. Here (video below), see what the people of Wisconsin decided, finally, “had to be done.” On August 15, the Feast of the Assumption, 3,000 faith-filled Catholics, along with Archbishop Listecki and Bishop Hying, processed our Eucharistic Lord and prayed a “Patriotic Rosary” through the “riot ravaged” streets of Madison, WI to the State Capitol. Please watch this short AMAZING video:

I write this on September 3, 2020. This is the Feast of Pope St. Gregory the Great. Toward the beginning of his papacy, which began in the year 590, there was a terrible plague, and many died. Pope St. Gregory was inspired to organize a massive procession through the city of Rome. In the book, The Golden Legend: Readings on the Saints, author Jacobus de Voragine writes:

“The plague was still ravaging Rome, and Gregory ordered the procession to continue to make the circuit of the city, the marchers chanting litanies. An image of the Blessed Mary ever Virgin was carried in the procession…


Then the pope saw an angel of the Lord standing atop the castle of Crescentius, wiping a bloody sword and sheathing it. Gregory understood that that put an end to the plague, as, indeed, happened. Thereafter the castle was called the Castle of the Holy Angel.”

A statue of St. Michael the Archangel, sheathing his sword, was put on the top of Castel Sant’Angelo, which remains a constant reminder of the mercy of God and how he responded to the prayers and supplications of the people.


October 11 – Rosary Coast to Coast

The time is now for us to do the “Pope Gregory thing.” Let’s bring “Our Lady” into all of the streets of America!!

In 2018 and 2019, Rosary Coast to Coast was blessed with hundreds of registered locations across the country; quite literally from coast to coast and border to border. Rosary rallies took place along coasts and borders, at state capitols, in parks, on beaches, along busy streets as well as outside and inside Churches and Shrines; praying the Rosary simultaneously across time zones.

More than 50 countries in 2018 and over 60 in 2019 joined together with the US as the New Holy League of Nations in organizing Rosary rallies across their nations, making it a truly worldwide prayer campaign.

This year, Rosary Coast to Coast takes place on Sunday, October 11 at 3pm CST. Rosary rallies are again encouraged to be in public places and pray the Rosary simultaneously across the country.  Those who cannot gather in public are encouraged to join in from wherever they are.

Go to to register your October 11 “Rosary Rally.”

For those seeking to organize something larger, as was seen in Madison, WI on August 15, those who organized the August 15 event have created a website to assist you. Go to

“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.” – 2 Chronicles 7:14