The Raccolta, 1903, Imprimatur
The Most Blessed Virgin Mary
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, in these days of
bold impiety, show forth thy power by the tokens of
thy former victories, and from the throne on which
thou sittest as dispenser of pardon and of graces look
down upon the Church of thy Son, upon his Vicar
and upon all orders of ecclesiastics and layman who
are struggling against the fierce assaults of the enemy
hasten, powerful conqueror of heresies, hasten the
hour of mercy, though the hour of justice is hurried
on every day by innumerable sins. Obtain for me,
the least of men, as I kneel in humble supplication
before thee, the grace I need most to live among the
just on earth, to reign among the just in heaven,
whilst, in the meantime, together with all the faithful
in the world, O Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, I
salute and hail thee.
Queen of the Most Holy Rosary, pray for us.
His Holiness, Leo XIII., by a rescript of His Eminence the
Cardinal Vicar, July 3, 1886, granted to the faithful who shall
recite the said prayer.
An indulgence of one hundred days, once a day.
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