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Marian Day of Prayer America October 6, 2012

Marian Day of Prayer America Centerou are cordially invited to a “National Day of Prayer in Honor of the Blessed Virgin Mary.” Come all; meet in St. Louis to implore our Mother’s heavenly protection upon our great nation. It is most fitting that we, her children, from various nationalities, backgrounds, ages and parts of the country, gather together in prayer in the America’s Center, on the eve of the Feast of the Most Holy Rosary, to seek her maternal blessing upon the United States of America.

Marian Day of Prayer America

No matter who you are, the Blessed
Virgin Mary is Mother of all and through the Rosary she promises to grant her special protection and great graces upon us. As always, in the history of nations, where people took refuge in Mary – when all other human means failed – she intervened and brought victory through the power of the Rosary. She will do so again, now at the hour of our need.

Marian Day of Prayer Program
8:00 AM– Doors open

9:00 AM – Morning Eucharistic Adoration:
Hour of prayer, gathered together before the Most Blessed Sacrament, exposed on the altar, praying the Holy Rosary with inspirational meditations and music

10:00 AM – Morning presentation:
“The Urgency of Mary’s Presence in Our Lives, in the Church and in the World – Part 1” by Fr. Paul Maria Sigl

11:30 AM– Lunch Break

1:00 PM – Afternoon Eucharistic Adoration:
Another hour of prayer before the Most Blessed Sacrament praying the Holy Rosary with inspirational meditations and music

2:00 PM – Afternoon presentation:
“The Urgency of Mary’s Presence in Our Lives, in the Church and in the World- Part 2” by Fr. Paul Maria Sigl

3:00 PM – Divine Mercy Holy Hour:
Chaplet of Divine Mercy prayed with music, pictures and words for meditations from the Merciful Jesus as given to St. Faustina Kowalska

4:00 PM– Break

4:30 PMHoly Mass presided by Bishop Robert J. Hermann

6:00 PM – Solemn Consecration to the Immaculate Heart of Mary
Conclusion of the Day of Prayer