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2012 Public Square Rosary Crusade for World Peace

Join the 2012 Public Square Rosary Crusade on the Town Green in Southington at Noon on Saturday, October 13th in a peaceful public gathering in prayer for world peace.

Local citizens, inspired by the message of Our Lady of Fatima, will conduct a Public Square Rosary Rally on the Town Green in Southington, CT at noon on October 13, 2012.  The rally's goal is to bring people together in praying for world peace.

The rosary rallies are organized under the aegis and support of Tradition, Family, & Property and its America Needs Fatima Campaign.

For further information, call Southington Rosary Rally Captain: Bill Lozito at (860) 803-8677, or email ANF at ANFRosaryRally@aol.com.

America Needs Fatima's website points out that we are at the crossroads of history and that Christianity is suffering the negative consequences of the secularization process as Christian principles and morals are increasingly considered irrelevant in modern society. The devastating effect of this continuing process is unmistakable in the increasing currents of immorality, pornography, drug and alcohol addictions, illicit sex, and abortions paid for by our tax dollars.

More than ever, the ANF imperative is that we need and must keep the Fatima message close to our hearts and show sincere appreciation for the efforts of ANF's campaign and by fostering and promoting Christian values in the family, in society and in the Public Square.

It is further noted that the Christian faith and religion in general, along with freedom of speech and of assembly are protected by the United States Constitution as inalienable rights.

All are invited to attend and/or pray for world peace and for a return to traditional family values as we gather together in a peaceful and respectful manner on the Southington Town Green, joining thousands of rosary rallies conducted each year on Oct. 13.

Read and learn more about Our Lady of Fatima
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Read The Quest for Common Ground as E. Richard Fortunato's blog posts open the doors to the work of many non-profit and pro bono activities of a legion of volunteers in the community of Southington, CT and other communities around the nation who are patriots who contribute in many ways to their communities and to the United States of America.

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