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Rosary at Statue of St. Louis in Forest Park, Friday at 6 PM CT

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Guest post by Bill Hennessey

Apothesis of King Louis IX of France in Forest Park, namesake of St. Louis – photo by Jim Hoft

Jim Hoft, the Gateway Pundit, has called for a public Rosary for the Supreme Court in its monumental decision in the Dobbs case that could overturn the demonic Roe v. Wade decision. Please join us.

A Supreme Court clerk leaked a draft decision of the majority opinion in this case last week. That draft, along with subsequent leaks from the same source, indicates that a 5-4 majority of the court favors overturning Roe v. Wade—a decision so rotten even Ruth Bader Ginsberg criticized its reasoning.

Since then, the baby killers on the left have fire-bombed pro-life offices, intimidated Supreme Court justices, desecrated the Holy Eucharist, defiled Catholic churches, and called for armed insurrection.

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The pro-life movement, for its part, has been resolute but docile. And we will remain that way. We know that, without God, we can do nothing but sin. We know that all our power—all our rights—come from the Creator of the Universe. We know that our ability to recognize the horrors of abortion come from the Holy Spirit through the life, death, and resurrection of Jesus Christ, our Lord and Savior. Without His supreme sacrifice, life itself is in vain.

Therefore, we beg our fellow Christians to join us at 6:00 PM at the Statue of St. Louis IX, King of France, to pray the Sorrowful Mysteries of the Most Holy Rosary. We will meditate on the Agony in the Garden, the Scourging at the Pillar, the Crowning with Thorns, Carrying the Cross, and the Crucifixion and Death or our Lord and Savior, Jesus Christ—God mad man.

We will remember that He took on human flesh and suffered for our sins so that we might enjoy the splendors of eternal life.

We will likely be opposed. Perhaps violently. We will respond the way first-century Christians responded with St. Stephen, the first martyr, as our model.

We will humbly acknowledge that we can do nothing without Christ.

If you join us, please do not bring small children. The enemy is enraged, and this enemy boasts about killing children. This is a call to men who will suffer to worship our Lord and beg His assistance.

See you Friday.

The Gateway Pundit

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