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April 25 is a Rogation Day
Reminder: Today April 25, is a Rogation Day - Greater Litanies.
 
Action Required:
 
1) Litany of the Saints to be prayed (visit: http://todayscatholicworld.com/Litaniae-Sanctorum.htm)
 
Objective:
 
"The object of the Rogation days is to appease the anger of God, and avert the chastisements which the sins of the world so justly deserve; moreover, to draw down the divine blessing on the fruits of the earth. The Litany of the Saints (visit: http://todayscatholicworld.com/Litaniae-Sanctorum.htm) is sung during the procession. They who are prevented from assisting at the procession, should recite the Litany in union with Holy Church; they will thus share in the graces attached to the Rogation days; they will be joining in the supplications now being made in Christendom; they will be proving themselves to be faithful Catholics."


The remaining set of Rogation Days - Lesser Litanies, will be on the three days preceding the Ascension Thursday (This year: 11th, 12th, and the 13th of May, 2015). Again, the Litany of the Saints is to be prayed.

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PAPAL RESTORATION STAFF MEMBER | Reply 25.04.2017 11.19

They who are prevented from assisting at the procession, should recite the Litany of the Saints at: http://todayscatholicworld.com/Litaniae-Sanctorum.htm

PAPAL RESTORATION STAFF MEMBER | Reply 25.04.2017 00.10

April 25, 2017: ROGATION DAY (Greater Litanies). Pray the Litany of Saints. Learn the history about this solemn day at: https://tinyurl.com/Rogation-Major-2017

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