Printable World Mission Rosary Intentions: October 25 – November 7, 2010

“When the World Mission Rosary is completed, one has embraced all continents, all people in prayer.”

Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen

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General Rosary Intention: That the Lord in His Divine Mercy – through the intercession of the Blessed Virgin Mary – may build up His Kingdom, make these mysteries a reality in our lives, strengthen us in our common mission, and come to the aid of those for whom we pray.

Africa (Green Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of  Saint Gratus of Aosta,  the Patron Saint against Rain, may come to the aid of those affected by flooding in Benin.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Africa.

 

Oceania (Blue Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of Saint Vivian,  the Patron Saint of Torture Victims, may come to the aid of those subjected to torture in Papua New Guinea.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Oceania.

Europe (White Beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of Saint Alexius of Rome,  the Patron Saint of Travellers, may come to the aid of those affected by road accidents in Eastern Europe.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Europe.

Anerica (red beads)

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of Saint Ursula,  the Patron Saint for a Holy Death, may come to the aid of those killed by flash floods in Haiti.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in America.

Asia (Yellow Beads)

 

Intention – That the Lord Jesus through the intercession of St. Clare of Assisi,  the Patron Saint for Good Weather, may come to the aid of those affected by Typhoon Megi in the Philippines.  May the Lord help all those affected by man-made and natural disasters in Asia.

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