Hundreds of thousands of Polish Catholics gathered around the country’s 2,000 miles of borders, around its Baltic coastline, and in Polish airports to pray the Rosary for peace, for Poland and for Europe. Alongside last year’s edition of World Youth Day in Krakow, “The Rosary to the Borders,” held Oct. 7, is one of the biggest religious events in Europe in recent years. Many Poles also prayed the Rosary in their homes, and the Catholics in several other countries also took part.
“The Rosary to the Borders” is the initiative of Maciej Bodasiński and Lech Dokowicz of the Solo Dios Basta Foundation. Their intention was to gather as many Catholics as possible to surround Poland’s borders and pray the Rosary to protect their homeland, Europe and the world at a time when the nefarious influence of secularism is growing and violent conflicts rage in many places.
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