In commemoration of the Day of the Immaculate Conception, the Catholic association Enraizados, along with other organizations, called for spiritual action by calling for a ‘Rosary for the National Unity of Spain’. The central point of this demonstration is the Immaculate Heart of Mary Sanctuary on Ferraz Street in Madrid, where the PSOE headquarters is also located.
More than 60 cities in Spain have joined this call, transforming squares, cathedrals and parishes into settings for more than 70 public events where the Rosary will be prayed and a manifesto will be read before each activity.
The beginning of this initiative, known as the ‘Rosary for the National Unity of Spain’, took place during the protests in front of the national headquarters of the Socialist Party in Ferraz Street in Madrid. According to José Andrés Calderón, founder of Rosario de Ferraz, “Catholics must play a leading role in public life. die.” . God is with us”.
The young man from Madrid emphasized the importance of Spanish Catholics going out to worship God and to worship their Holy Mother. “Prayer is our best weapon. Defending what is ours is all that is left,” he said.
Jorge Juan Rosado, spokesperson of the ‘Rosary for the Salvation of Spain’, expressed his solidarity with the “brothers of the Holy Public Rosary of Ferraz for the Unity of Spain”, continuing the mission that Our Lady of Mother Mary asked to -organize in groups. who prayed publicly for the Salvation of Spain.
José Castro Velarde, president of Enraizados, emphasized that among the objectives of the association is the promotion of public prayer. “Any society must be open to its own spiritual roots, to respect the person and to work for the common good. It is very important to have public displays of faith that remind us of the humanity from which it comes,” he said. .
In the current context, Castro Velarde points to an attempt to end the current political system and emphasizes that, even if it can be perfected, any change must be made through established methods, not through a coup from power.
This call to prayer and solidarity is not limited to Spain, as cities such as Miami in the United States and Cartagena in Colombia have joined the initiative. In addition, more than thirty Women’s Rosaries will be held in different states of Mexico. The call was initiated by entities such as Rosario en Ferraz, Rosario de hombres, Rosario por la Salvación de España, Tekton Centro Televisivo and the Enraizados Association.