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Old Jun 29, '12, 12:56 pm
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Default Prayers for an end to assassinations

Hi,

This may sound like a bizarre prayer but it is a very important one. Catholics and all people of faith are involved in a battle for our freedom and liberty and conscience rights. In all political wars, there are a lot of people who could and would speak out very eloquently with the sword of the Spirit and the full armor of God, but are afraid, because of the threat of assassination. It might make some things clear as to the reason why the enemies of the Church have gained so much ground to know that the last successfully assassinated President was a Roman Catholic, regardless of whatever vices he may have had otherwise. But I wanted to ask for prayers, especially Rosaries for our Lady's protection for all faithful and outspoken Catholic politicians as well as people of other faiths who work for the common good of all people in our nation and throughout the world.

God bless you,
Amen.
Joshua
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