1 to March 31
(NEW YEARS DAY TO THE EASTER VIGIL)
start off the new year by joining tens of thousands of the faithful in prayer,
fasting, and supporting one another as we pray to end abortion
join us in prayer Nineveh 90 for Life!
is scheduled to begin on Monday, January 1, 2018 (New Years Day) and will conclude on
March 31 (Easter Vigil).
Intentions for Nineveh 90 for Life:
End to abortion
2. Personal holiness
3. For the conversion of loved ones
details and to sign up.
if you're on Facebook and want to join me in an online group where we can support one
another during this journey, here's the link to the group...
join us in prayer!
Bernard of Clairvaux wrote,
prayer does not pierce heaven, because immoderate fear binds the soul so that
prayer, far from flying upward, can not even come out. Being lukewarm, it grows
weak in its flight and falls because it has no strength. Prayer that is
faithful, humble, and fervent will undoubtedly pierce heaven and it will
certainly not return fruitless."
is what "Nineveh 90 for Life" is all about. This a prayer campaign for
resolute spiritual "WARRIORS!!" who seek to join ranks with tens of
thousands of others in this "Supernaturally Charged" 90-Day crusade
to deal the last blow to the culture of death.
Sign-up for the daily email prayers and reflections at
research in the behavioral sciences says 90 days is about the time needed to
change bad habits. What better time to be resolute then when, traditionally,
many take on "New Year's Resolutions." Except this will be done with a
support system that is tens of thousands of special forces warriors strong! We
will also be using some of the tried and true very powerful supernatural
elements. Namely, the
Brown Scapular, 54
Day Rosary Novena, and the 33 Day Preparation for Marian Consecration." (Fr.
Why Nineveh 90? Recall the story of Nineveh in the Book of Jonah...
Then the word of the Lord came to Jonah a second time: "Go to the great
city of Nineveh and proclaim to it the message I give you."
When God saw
what they did and how they turned from
their evil ways, he relented and did not bring on them the destruction he
had threatened. (Jonah 3:1-2, 10)