In times of peril, faithful souls have prayed the rosary and Our Lady has come their aid. Great battles have been won and seemingly invincible enemies have been vanquished thanks to this simple prayer. But if ever there was a need to pray the rosary it is now, for we are living in a time of apostasy and revolution such as has never been seen before - an apostasy in the heart of the Church. To arms dear faithful, to arms, and join the Rosary Crusade!
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On New Year’s Day of 1953, a Saint Kieran aircraft was transporting 25 passengers from Dublin, Ireland, to Birmingham, England. Shortly before landing, the engines stopped.
The flight attendant calmly announced: "We ask all passengers to fasten their seat belts!" She explained the seriousness of the situation and then knelt down in the middle of the aisle, saying: "Ladies and gentlemen, I think it’s time to pray now." She recited the act of contrition, then invoked the Blessed Virgin, calling for her help, and she started praying the Rosary.
Meanwhile the pilot, whose plane was losing altitude, looked for a place to land. He spotted a ploughed field which seemed like good terrain for a forced landing. When the plane touched the ground with all its weight, it made a sound like an explosion—the aircraft had split in two.
The first witnesses who arrived on the scene were dumbfounded at seeing unscathed passengers coming out of the wreckage. Only the pilot and co-pilot were slightly injured. As for the travellers, they were convinced that the Mother of God rewarded the trust of the courageous flight attendant.
In L'Ami du Clergé (The Friend of the Clergy)
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