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How to Overcome All the Enemies of the Holy See in Exile
"It [the Rosary] was the delight and comfort of the great and saintly Pope Pius IX., of happy memory. 'The Rosary,' he said, 'is the most efficacious prayer for the increase in the hearts of the faithful of the devotion towards the Mother of God.' Once while blessing beads for some visitors at the Vatican, he said, pulling out of his pocket a tiny chaplet, 'I too have my beads. They are the most precious treasure I preserve in the Vatican. ...
Ah! give me an army of men, saying their beads, and with them I shall overcome all the enemies of the Holy See."
Source: 1895 A.D. Periodical, "The Pilgrim Of Our Lady Of Martyrs, Vol. XI, p. 294

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PAPAL RESTORATION STAFF MEMBER | Reply 08.10.2016 01.24

Wishing all True Catholics a Happy Feast of The Most Holy Rosary! See info on how best to pray the Family Rosary here: http://www.tcwblog.com/183078567

Editor of TCW | Reply 24.06.2015 18.58

"We place all Our hope in the God of Our salvation, who is Our helper and strength in all Our tribulations. He does not permit those who trust in Him to be confounded, He who thwarts the attacks of the impious and breaks the necks of sinners." -Pius IX

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16.07 | 09:41

"One day, through the Rosary and the Scapular, I will save the world."
(The Blessed Virgin Mary to St. Dominic)

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16.07 | 09:21

Today, July 16th, is the Solemn Commemoration of the Blessed Virgin Mary of Mount Carmel. To learn the exact teaching on the Brown Scapular, see this link: http://tinyurl.com/k5h2ly8

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06.07 | 18:15

See the July 2019 Liturgical Calendar for the True Catholic Church here: https://tinyurl.com/Cal-July-19

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06.07 | 18:10

Yes, and chose the name Gregory XVII. He had no need whatsoever to be "elected" at any future conclave(s), nor could be. His sorrowful reign "in eclipse" lasted from October 26th, 1958 until May 2, 1989.

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