Monday 2 August 2021

54-Day Rosary Novena for Freedom and Against Tyranny


"Take courage, my children, call on God: he will deliver you from tyranny, from the clutches of your enemies; for I look to the Eternal for your rescue, and joy has come to me from the Holy One at the mercy soon to reach you from your Saviour, the Eternal." Baruch, 4:21-22

Thank you to a friend for the following initiative: 

Monday 2nd August: Join us in a 54-Day 15-decade Novena for a complete and immediate end to the tyranny oppressing our nation, our spiritual and temporal needs for any struggles ahead and for the liberty and exaltation of our Holy Mother the Church.

The time for prayer has never been more urgent; Our Lady promised that the Holy Rosary has been given special power in our times. Let us take her at her word.

This Novena is traditionally divided into two: First 27 days for the intentions, second 27 days thanksgiving for the graces given.

1. For the immediate end of the current tyranny and for the conversion of the wicked.
2. For the spiritual and temporal necessities for any struggles ahead.
3. For the Triumph of the Church.

Those who cannot say 15 decades due to their state of life are asked to offer at least 5 for these intentions. If you missed the 2nd August, join us anyway.

If you would like to pray along with me, I will offer 15 decades (Joyful, Sorrowful, Glorious Mysteries) this evening live on my YouTube channel beginning at 9:00pm (GMT) for the intentions of this 54-Day Novena. If you find it harder to pray alone, as many people do, come pray with me.


  1. I did not know that you had a YouTube presence, and I see that I have some catching up to do, since you posted a vlog as early as 2019.
    The Rosary Novena during this time of darkness in the Church is being said throughout the Catholic world. I rejoiced to see French Catholics saying the Rosary as Notre Dame burned.

    The church in which I made my First Communion, Saint Simon's in Glasgow, burned down a few days ago, the 160-year-old steeple toppling, a blow for our local Polish community.
    A dear friend in Dunblane (born in 1951 the same year as I) says the full Rosary every day, together with her sister in Derbyshire, thanks to Zoom.

    I only post anonymous because I have never had an email.
    My prayers always,
    Jack Haggerty, Glasgow, Scotland.

  2. Welcome back, Laurence, stay strong and pray.


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