Men invited to join ‘Rosary Crusade’


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SAN DIEGO — The Men’s Rosary Crusade began in Poland, when a Polish priest led the men of his parish onto the public streets to pray the rosary and give witness to their faith.

It quickly spread throughout Poland and to many countries, including Ireland and Australia.

The Men’s Rosary Crusade came to San Diego last August. All men are welcome to participate at 9 a.m., every first Saturday of the month, at the corner of Sixth Avenue and Laurel Street in Balboa Park. The rosary intentions are for reparation to the Immaculate Heart of Mary, for the conversion of America, for families and for the unborn.

The next gathering will be on Saturday, March 4.

For more information, email or call/text (619) 909-3194.

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