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Dr. Mark Miravalle announces a year long  worldwide Rosary Crusade for the 5th Marian Dogma Starting from August 15th 2010 to August 15th 2011. The broad based initiative has been endorsed by Cardinal Aponte of Puerto Rico, Mother Angelica of EWTN, Archbishop M. Chinnappa of India and Ambassador Howard Dee, Sr. Briege McKenna and Fr. Kevin Scallon, Ambassador Mercedes Tuason and Dr. Judith Gentle. You can read the full Declaration at Mother of All Peoples. Along with the daily Rosary, we also encourage you to pray daily the Prayer of the Lady of All Nations, given by Our Lady for the proclamation of the fifth Dogma in the ecclesiastically approved apparitions in Amsterdam (local approval, May 31, 2002). You may also add the prayer below for the fifth Marian Dogma. Lady of All Nations Prayer Lord Jesus Christ, Son of the Father, send now your Spirit over the earth. Let the Holy Spirit live in the hearts of all nations, that they may be preserved from degeneration, disasters, and war. May the Lady of all nations, the Blessed Virgin Mary, be our Advocate. Amen. Prayer for the Fifth Marian Dogma Most holy Mary, Mother of God, we pray, Come quickly and save us from degeneration, disaster and war. Come quickly, we pray, Mother of All  Nations. Come, most holy Mother, Our Co-redemptrix, Mediatrix of all graces and Advocate. Protect us with your motherly mantle. Please do not delay. Protect our world in this hour of need. To ask questions regarding Mary, email Dr Mark Miravalle: Ave Maria! To Download Audio go to

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