SECOND ANNUAL 'WORLDWIDE ROSARY FOR UNBORN BABIES' SEEKS SUPPORT

Global prayer effort set for October 16th - 18th



MEMPHIS, TENNESSEE (September 29th, 2009) - The October 16th - 18th WORLDWIDE ROSARY FOR UNBORN BABIES is being held to pray for an end to the surgical and non-surgical killing of unborn human persons. People wanting to participate will pray the Rosary for this intention on either October 16th, 17th, or 18th. In addition to participating, it is hoped many people will let other persons know about this pro-life effort(people may contact family members, priests, school personnel, friends, etc.).

The Saint Michael the Archangel Organization, coordinator of this pro-life effort, has recently been contacted by people from various locations. Some of the information received includes the following:

* A family from Australia will be praying the Rosary on October 16th.

* Parishioners and friends at a Catholic church in Tennessee will be
invited to pray the Rosary on October 18th after the 10:30 a.m. Mass.

* A lady from London, England will be participating(and, she was
also planning on telling others about this pro-life prayer event).

* A husband and wife in Canada stated that they are trying to get
other people to participate in the WORLDWIDE ROSARY FOR
UNBORN BABIES prayer event.

It is hoped many Rosaries will be prayed at schools on the Friday, October 16th date. Also, the Sunday, October 18th date is an ideal time for people at parishes to pray the Rosary either before or after Masses.

Information about the WORLDWIDE ROSARY FOR UNBORN BABIES prayer event is available in several different languages at www.SaintMichaelTheArchangelOrganization.org. Or, a person may receive information by sending a stamped, self-addressed envelope to: Saint Michael the Archangel Organization; P. O. Box 41257; Memphis, Tennessee 38174; U.S.A.

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