40-DAY ST. MARTIN FAST & ROSARY
11 NOV - 20 DEC
October is the Month of the Holy Rosary.
November is the Month of the Holy Souls
11/11 at 11:11 The Armistice Day
the St. Martin Feast Day
The traditional St. Martin 40-days Fast
leads to the obligatory Advent abstinence on Dec. 20.
The Penitent's Rosary combine both October and November penance
in lack of success of combating people breaking the Commandments and heresy.
The October Holy Rosary prayers includes the two first days of November;
the All Saints Day and All Souls Day.
November 11 is the Armistice Day.
Millions of Souls have fought for our freedom.
It is time for us to take back our freedom from Evil and a virus scare.
Therefore, we will offer our daily Rosary prayers
for the Souls we celebrate on Armistice Day
and we will ask the Holy Ghost to place our prayers for them
on the home turf of Evil.
+In the name of the Father and the Son and Holy Ghost, Amen.
Come, Holy Ghost, send forth the heavenly radiance of thy light.
to my (full name)
Eternal rest grant unto him/her, O Lord;
and let perpetual light shine upon him/her. May he/she rest in peace.
Help us against the evil virus.
Glory be to the Father, and to the Son and to the Holy Spirit,
As it was in the beginning, is now and ever shall be, world without end.
+ In the name of the Father and the Son and Holy Ghost, Amen.
The corona virus shows it may be deadly to people in a certain age group
but more so towards people who have
high blood pressure, heart diseases, lung diseseas or diabetes.
In particularly for those with several of the diseases.
Therefore, just like Saint Jacinta Marto of Fatima
- who offered a missed meal for all sinners who eat too much -
We will make 40-day "sacrifice" through fasting for people who must become more healthy to fight current- and future corona virus!
What is 40-days abstinence of meat on a wednesday and or a friday for the millions who have given theirs lives for your freedom?
What is 40-days abstinence of no sugar drinks, candy, cakes etc for the millions of soldiers who may suffer still today for fighting for your freedom? This is not a sugar detox - this is a sacrifice for the suffering soldiers, Our Lords the Sick.
For the people who are restricted in a lock-down, let us sacrifice our daily one hour exercise for them and pray that they will be able to do so too and therefore we offer our Rosary prayers for their freedom.
What is 40-days of one hour being outside walking to work or riding your bike to work, jogging, playing golf or working in your yard or being at the gym (for the ones who are allowed to) for the people who are not allowed to leave their home?
Why not make a little sacrifice of your lost of taste or smell
for the people in lock-downs!
The Feastday of St. Martin is Nov. 11, and the traditional fast, which began the following day, November 12, lasted for 40 days, which brings us to Dec. 21.
On Dec 20, the Advent abstinence continued until Midnight Mass on Christmas Eve.
The birth of Christ becomes a joyful day of celebration.
The Great Reset died on the Cross for us!
Our Lord has given us today an opportunity to repent.
"pray for a repentant rosary every day ... and make sacrifice every day"
(apparition in Akita - Oct. 6, 2019)
It is time to make sacrifices for sinners, as the children at Fatima were taught by Our Lady on May 13, 1917:
"Are you willing to offer yourselves to God
and bear all the sufferings He will send you,
as an act of reparation for the conversion of sinners?"
"Yes we are willing.”
“Then you will have to suffer much, but the grace of God will be your comfort."
We offer our fast as sacrifice for sinners who eat too much!
(Jacinta Marto of Fatima, pray for us)
We offer our Rosary prayer as sacrifice for sinners
who break the Commandments of God!
(This sacrifice is particularly intended for our Pope Francis I)
Our St. Martin sacrifice consist of two steps:
fasting for 40 days AND praying the Rosary daily.
Our experience is that the 40-day fasting ought to be according to a set goal that can work. This is a beginning for many, so our suggestions are:
We will abstain from unnecessary consumption!
The Devil locked us out of Easter and will lock us out for Christmas …
"When you pray the Rosary, say after each mystery:
O my Jesus, forgive us, save us from the fire of hell.
Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who are most in need."
(apparition in Fatima -July 13, 1917)
The daily Rosary:
We will pray the daily traditional joyful-, sorrowful- and glorious Rosary from the Nov. 11 up to the Advent season starts on Nov. 29.
Thereafter, we will only pray the joyful Rosary through Advent which will be arranged for our users.
The Step-by-Step Rosary follows our developed format;
the way the Pearls “converge upon the Crucifix,
which both opens and closes the unfolding sequence of prayer."
Our Lady of Fatima said in 1917 to the children; pray the Rosary every day and
"Pray the rosary for peace and an end to the war."
Our Lady of Akita said in 1973; "Each day recite the prayers of the Rosary.
Warm-up prayers such as Prayers to St. Michael, penitent prayers, Memorare, and prayers to St. Joseph and Our Lady.
The Actual Mystery texts are included. Not the Headline, Not the bible reference.
The actual texts with the reference to the bible texts for users to use themselves if wanted to.
The Penitent's Rosary include the Leonine prayers right before Salve Regina, to include the Salve Regina prayer at the connecting link in the Rosary.
The origin of this form of prayer is divine rather than human.
"The Rosary is then ended with a prayer for the intentions of the Pope" (Pope JP II in Rosarium Virginis Mariae 2002).
Our Lady of Akita said in her third apparition on Oct 13, 1973:
"With the Rosary pray for the Pope, the bishops and the priests."
The Pentitent's Rosary offers an optional finally; Praying the Litany of Loreto. This was requested by Pope Leo XIII in his Supremi Apostolatus Officio of September 1883, Superiore Anno in August 1884 and in Iucunda Semper Expectatione in 1894.
We are now happy to announce that the Penitent's Rosary will be an active Rosary twice a year:
40-day fast before Easter
November Month of the Holy Souls
with the Armistice Day
the 40-days fast from Feast day of St. Martin leading to the Advent abstincence on Dec. 20.
On Christ the King Feast day, Oct 25, 2020
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