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Wednesday, August 30, 2006

Rosary Crusade for Missouri

Archbishop Raymond L. Burke of the Archdiocese of St. Louis launched a Rosary Crusade on May 9, 2006, to safeguard embryonic human life and prevent human cloning. The need for the Crusade in Missouri is heightened because of a proposed state constitutional amendment that will permit the use of public funds and guarantee scientists the constitutional right to clone human beings and destroy tiny human embryos for research purposes. The research in view violates both the sanctity and the dignity of human life.

The power of praying the Rosary through the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe is long-recognized in the history of the Church. “Like the Christians before the Battle of Lepanto, we must call upon God’s help by praying the Rosary, calling especially upon the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, Mother of America and Star of the New Evangelization,” said Archbishop Burke when he announced the Crusade.

To join the Crusade, members pledge to pray the Rosary faithfully from now until November 7, 2006, the day that Missourians will vote on the proposed amendment. To join the Crusade, click here.

Please spread the word about this crusade.