Mar 19, 2007

The Rosary Bowl

The press release of last December 12 (click on this post's title) for the May 19 Rosary Bowl in the Rose Bowl mentions worthy intentions such as world peace, strengthening our prayer lives and fostering unity and peace in our homes and communities.

But shouldn't it also mention reparation for our sins and the sins of the whole world?

And as long as peace is an intention, how about mentioning peace in the womb, an end to the very real war on our preborn babies?

We can each make those suggestions to:
and to Bishop Oscar Solis, the Archdiocesan director of the event.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

i don't know if you noticed, but the Rosary Bowl is nowhere to be found on the l.a. archdiocese website (at least as far as i can find.) they are a 'co-sponsor' of the event, but don't think letting people know about it is part of sponsoring. if one does nothing to facilitate the event, other than fail to condemn it, that does not a co-sponsor make.

please pick this up in a new post and start an uproar in the diocese, so that they do their duty to the Church. this is an opportunity of evangelization as well as a an opportunity for prayer.

anyone reading about this moment in american Catholic history, please consider making sacrifices to attend, even if you have to pray the Rosary in the parking lot. world peace begins here in america, where we can pray for an end to the murder of babies and the export of such satanic plans. prayers for peace for our unborn brothers and sisters in the wombs of their mothers here in america will stop the slaughter throughout the world. let us all be committed to not only putting down rifles, but also scalpels and suction machines. we can make this praise of God a statement to others who have not yet given themselves to Him.

please call our diocese to responsibility.

5:27 PM  
Blogger Quintero said...

Dear Anonymous 5:27 p.m.,

Thank you! I'll be doing a post, and maybe more than one.

11:58 AM  

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