Here is a story from one Our Lady's volunteers.
She was born during the depression. Due to the depression, at that time, there were homeless people because there was so little work. Her father owned a store and periodically he would hire this particular homeless man to do some odd jobs. He would also give the man food.
When our volunteer was one year old she contracted pneumonia, which at that time was most serious. The homeless man came and knelt in front of her crib for hours on end praying the rosary. The nurse complained to the parents about his being there, but they insisted that he be allowed to remain there.
When she became older sometimes he would take her and some of her siblings to Mass and pray afterwards in the Church.
It is beautiful to see how that homeless man of the 1930's provided so many prayers for our volunteer, that, I am sure helped with her recovery, but also earned many graces for her which have assisted her even today.
The relating of this story can help us understand the unimaginable importance of the Public Square Rosary. Who knows how many are helped temporally and more importantly, spiritually, because of the Public Square Rosary?
I invite you to make a difference in the lives and eternal destinies of your relatives, friends, neighbors and fellow Americans by becoming a rally for the Public Square Rosary in your community!
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