Below is a much shortened version of the full proposal, for possible use from the pulpit or in bulletins.
Rosary To The Interior:
For the Purification of the Church
DATE: February 2, Feast of the Presentation and Purification| (or other appropriate Feast day).
TIME: [insert time]
PURPOSE: To participate in a national rosary for the triumph of the Light of Christ over sin and error.
On __________________, we will be participating in a national event, titled Rosary To The Interior: For the Purification of the Church. I would ask all the Catholics of this parish, if it is at all possible, to journey here on this day at [insert time] in order that, in union with the rest of the Church, we might pray this Rosary for the Purification of the Church and the Triumph of Christ’s Light over the darkness that now appears to be descending at an accelerating pace over our world, and especially over our nation. The Church will be open all day, and into the evening, for those who cannot be present at the above time.
Below is a Letter which those who wish to join in this missionary effort may send to Priests:
On February 2, which is the day celebrating the double Feast of the Presentation of Jesus in the Temple and the Purification of the Blessed Virgin Mary, there will occur throughout the United States the gathering of faithful in their parish churches to pray the Rosary for the intention of the Purification of the Church, and the Triumph of the Light of Christ over all sin and error.
While being inspired by the Rosary on the Borders in Poland, this Rosary event – titled Rosary To The Interior: For the Purification of the Church – does indeed have a different and very specific intention. Recognizing that the Catholic Church alone in this world was blessed and commissioned with the Light of Christ necessary for triumph over the Darkness of sin and error, and that this Light has now been severely obscured by the sin and errors of its own members, this Rosary asks us to turn our eyes inward in order to effect that interior purification which alone can once again make Christ’s Light manifest in its fullness to the world.
A website has been established, which offers a more complete explanation of both the nature and structure of this event. It is found here:
Please consider implementing this in your parish, and help to make this known to others.
P.S. Neither I or any of the other persons involved in this effort desire recognition. We wish it to be seen as rising from the hearts of many, which indeed it is. The website has now received many thousands of visits, and notice of this event has also appeared on quite a number of other websites.