A Rosary Crusade for Peace: What You Can do to Stop Jihadist Attacks


(Our friend, Dan Lynch, offers this short piece calling people to join a new Spiritual Rosary Crusade, to change hearts and help us remain recollected about who we are called to be. – CJ)

By Dan Lynch

In remembrance of the Militant Muslim Jihadist terrorist attack in Orlando, we are called to pray for the healing of the victims’ families and the salvation of the victims and the terrorist perpetrator. We love our enemies who are under the influence of evil spirits. We pray for their salvation and that they will stop their evil acts.

St. Paul tells us, “For our struggle is not with flesh and blood but with the principalities, with the powers, with the world rulers of this present darkness, with the evil spirits in the heavens.” (Ephesians 6:12)

So, what can you do to stop these evil attacks?

Pray for the conversion and total disablement of Militant Jihadist Muslims! You may read my full article here.

In December 2014, Nigerian Bishop Oliver Dashe Doeme was in a chapel praying before the Blessed Sacrament.

He asked Jesus how to stop the Militant Jihadist Muslims in his diocese who called themselves Boko Haram. Suddenly, Jesus appeared to the Bishop with a sword in his hand. According to Bishop Dashe, the moment he took the sword from Jesus’ hands, it transformed into Rosary beads. He then heard Jesus repeat three times, “Boko Haram is gone.”


CNS Photo from Catholic Press Photo

The Bishop recalls, “I didn’t need any prophet to give me the explanation. It was clear that with the Rosary we would be able to expel Boko Haram.” Clearly, Jesus hopes that we take up the weapon of the Rosary as a sword to totally disable and convert Militant Jihadist Muslims.

“Boko Haram is evil, demonic, and can only be removed through prayer,” Bishop Dashe said. Citing Jesus’ words in the apparition, he insists that no matter how long it takes, with faith in the Most Holy Rosary, “Boko Haram is gone.” You may read my full article here.

Let us follow the good example of Bishop Dashe and implore God’s mercy during this Extraordinary Jubilee Year of Mercy by praying the Rosary to deliver us from evil Militant Jihadist Muslims and, through the intercession of Our Lady of Guadalupe, to bring peace for all humanity.

Please click here to make your pledge and join A New Spiritual Rosary Crusade for Peace.

About charliej373

Charlie Johnston is a former newspaper editor, radio talk show host and political consultant. From Feb. 11, 2011 to Aug. 21, 2012, he walked 3,200 miles across the country, sleeping in the woods, meeting people and praying as he went. He has received prophetic visitation all his life, which he has vetted through a trio of priests over the last 20 years, and now speaks publicly about on this site. Yet he emphasizes that we find God most surely through the ordinary, doing the little things we should with faith and fidelity. Hence the name, The Next Right Step. The visitations inform his work, but are not the focus of it. He lives in the Archdiocese of Denver in the United States.
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42 Responses to A Rosary Crusade for Peace: What You Can do to Stop Jihadist Attacks

  1. This is wonderful! Our parish has invited all the parishes in our county and surrounding areas and youth groups to help build a Divine Mercy float for our 4th of July parade in Laurel, Montana ! We have two huge beautiful images and a teen girl to dress up as St. Faustina and many kid’s to pass out 3000 Divine Mercy image prayer cards!! We trying to get the word out! Pray for many hearts to be opened!

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    • jaykay says:

      Beautiful witness, Marti. God prevent that you should be hindered in that. I mean, if they invoke secularist “laws”. Two days before that, on July 2nd, we’ll be having our March for Life through the centre of Belfast, Northern Ireland. Well, it’s a definite, permission granted, and while there will be the usual group of protesters – with their usual oh-so-predictable slogans, and bitterness, yep, a lot of that with them – they’ll be strongly outnumbered. Joyously so. Pro-lifers are always joyous, as I’ve found (and I confess that I’ve only really come off the side lines and joined-in in recent years). The joy is contagious. Deo gratias. So, may your float inspire hearts, and inspire waverers, as I was, to true commitment. True commitment to the real Christian ideals your great country was founded for (apologies for the grammar there 😏). And may we all see the dawn’s early light, after the dark night that seems to be getting darker in these our present days of confusion and strife. God bless, J.

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    • Beckita says:

      You Go, Laurel, Montana Catholics!

      Liked by 5 people

  2. YongDuk says:

    Amen… Like “To the Priests”

    Liked by 5 people

  3. Annie says:

    Reblogged this on Annie.


  4. luvmercy5775 says:

    As Jesus explained to His disciples, “This kind only come forth through prayer and fasting.”

    Liked by 5 people

  5. Kim Sevier says:

    Doin’ it!

    Liked by 6 people

  6. janet333 says:

    A Rosary Crusade for Peace.. the strongest weapon! History has proven this.

    Thank you Dan Lynch.

    Liked by 7 people

  7. homesteading heart says:

    I will add this intention to my daily rosary! Thank you Mr. Lynch, I don’t know why I wasn’t already doing this.

    Liked by 4 people

  8. Beckita says:

    So true! So great! Thanks, Dan. Thanks, Charlie.

    Liked by 4 people

  9. Alfred says:

    Great, great advice. The rosary was instrumental at Lepanto and it will be again. Our Lady of the rosary, pray for us!

    Liked by 9 people

  10. leslyek says:

    I only hesitate due to it being a pledge; and being behind in praying both for my own Parish(es) Priests. Plus for Beckita’s apostolate Priest.
    I’m discerning doing it anyway with the honest ‘stipulation’ before God to discern who first lol when I get behind…

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    • Dan Lynch says:

      I don’t think that you will get behind. It’s a very simple pledge of only at least one Rosary per week:

      “I pledge to turn to Our Lady of Guadalupe and pray at least one Rosary per week, and, if possible, more than one through her intercession for the intentions of peace and the conversion of Muslims to the one true God.” See it here:

      I thank all of the commenters for their “thank yous”.

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    • Beckita says:

      Leslyek, in addition to Dan’s point, I consider how God increases the impact of our praying efforts. I pray for all NRSteppers here while I pray for my biological family. No one loses as not a single prayer is diminished. I am nothing – no denigration whatsoever in that reality and I know I mean EVERYTHING to God – but I am nothing and just as the drop of water ( my nothingness) poured into the wine at the offertory is drawn into and becomes one with that wine which will soon become the Blood of Christ, I place all my prayers on the Cross where Jesus’ Redemption is INFINITE.

      If you pray a Morning Offering prayer, please consider enfolding the priest from TNRS along with your parish priest and bishop into all your prayers and works of the day. We desire it, do our best with Love as the overarching impetus and Jesus is actually the One Who does it all.

      Again and again, Charlie has reminded us of the prayer of doing. It’s real. It’s valuable. It’s not second rate. Perhaps if we’re feeling overwhelmed with prayer commitments, we’ve complicated it. The Little Way really is the most sane way: little children with big hearts overflowing with Love, praying a few prayers well and making little, simple offerings of all the normal, ordinary deeds which naturally unfold in each of our days in the unique ways we each are called to live them. God bless us, one and all.

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  11. Deborah Seiter says:

    Thank you Charlie and Dan Lynch! God bless all here.

    Liked by 2 people

  12. maryopl says:

    Thanks for the reminder of what we all know – that the rosary is our most powerful weapon of all time! “I love it when a plan comes together!” (To quote The A-Team!)

    Liked by 7 people

  13. ann says:

    Thanks Dan Lynch and Charlie. Let’s get the word out!! I read about this Rosary Crusade four months ago on Signs and Wonders and have been trying to say that extra Rosary every day. Sometimes quality is a little bad, like when I get it in late at night half asleep but I do get it said and I figure in union with every one else’s Rosary and united with the Heart of Jesus through the Immaculate Heart of Mary it is one more strand in the rope that will bind Islamic Jihad. They started out asking for 1 million Rosaries but the response was so great they upped it to 5 million Rosaries. Deo Gratias!

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  14. What is a rosarian? A person who cultivates roses.

    Let’s all become daily Rosarians. Even if it’s just one decade, give to Our Mother a beautiful wreath every day.

    Liked by 8 people

  15. Christine says:

    My pledge will not go through…says site is not secure . Is this my computer or their site? I am pledging through snail mail.


  16. SanSan says:

    How about this news? (Praise God)

    As millions of Christians flee the Middle East and Christianity’s original homeland becomes lacking of Christians at increasing rates, an odd anomaly is occurring: Christianity in the Gulf states is surging. Amid a shocking exodus in neighbouring countries, this strictly Islamic region has seen a jump in its Christian population.

    Figures show that in both Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, Christianity was practically non existent just over a hundred years ago. There were only 80 Christians in the UAE in 1910 (0.1 per cent of the population) and 50 in Saudi Arabia, even less than 0.1 per cent, according to a recent study. However one hundred years later in 2010, Christianity had exploded to 12.6 per cent of UAE’s population and 4.4 per cent of Saudi Arabia’s. Between the two countries alone there are now well over one million Christians. While by no means a majority, this represents a a significant growth in such a conservative Islamic region.

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  17. Matthew says:

    A multinational force launched an offensive against boko haram today! (Source is Reuters)


    • charliej373 says:

      So I see. The same multinational force launched and attack in January and got their heads handed to them. I hope they are better prepared this time. (Sadly, most “multinational” forces, unless led decisively by the US, are wishful thinking by the UN. I hope this is different.)


      • Matthew says:


        You’re right now that I think about it. Rebels are hard to get rid of; attacking them without treating the ideology or killing all of them makes the problem worse and it’s unlikely that these multinational troops are going to have the determination to accomplish either of these.


        • charliej373 says:

          And oh, how hard our modern multicultural sensibilities have made it to attack toxic ideologies. In the end, people defend themselves…but the studied ignoring of toxic ideologies makes it all the more likely that mass slaughter ultimately becomes the means of that frustrated defense.


  18. Doug says:

    Got my sword in my pocket. I always offer the 5th glorious mystery for peace in the middle east and peace in our hearts. Been doing this for about 10 years now.

    Liked by 4 people

  19. goldensun says:

    I pledged a weekly rosary.

    If I may ask for a bit of practical advice because I know I will get good responses… How do you pray for individual needs of loved ones, friends, and associates when the list grows and grows? Do you write them in a journal and refer to them generally, try to recite them each day as you think of them, or something else? I say a Morning Offering and I’ve done the 33-day consecration to Our Lady, so for the most part I offer my prayers to her, but I still pray for specific intentions. Thank you in advance.

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  20. Jorge Bizarro says:

    I do pray a lot for peace…however I’m still not convinced that ‘Jhiadists’ are but Obama/Hilary/Global Elite’s mercenary army… see this and take conclusions by yourself.
    From Live Leak (ignore the ‘adult warning’ content, it is a scam):
    “footage released by iraqi airforce shows isis convoy before being hit and scattered.
    The US-led coalition refused to bomb them according to IQAF officials and prevented any fixed wing (Iraq has several F16s ) aircraft to fly nearby, it was no choice other than using helicopters to do the task.”


    • charliej373 says:

      I deleted the link, Jorge, because it showed several times to be chock full of malware worms.

      Why do you concern yourself with such things? If true, how would it change that ISIS wants to kill us? You simply argue for a different motive, one that singularly lacks credibility. US forces are routinely being stopped from bombing the enemy for a variety of reasons, mostly silly and deadly. Sometimes it is because of deadly ridiculous rules of engagement that prevent even the remotest chance of injuring civilians, sometimes it is out of the ignorant delusion of the administration that some ISIS brigades are “moderate” and can be made allies. The progressive left and ISIS are like Godzilla and Mothra – both powerfully destructive forces, but not allies.

      Back in the pioneer days, wagon train leaders chuckled about some members who, thinking they were hyper-vigilant, saw two Indians behind every tree. Actually, they were as useless for security as those who noticed nothing. Simply put, an alarm that is always ringing is as useless as one that never rings. This sort of thinking will drive anyone crazy while distracting you from what is fundamental – and leads to areas of wild speculation that, even if proved true on a couple of points, would not make it easier to deal with.

      I honestly won’t spend any times worrying about whether ISIS is actually Hillary Clinton’s minions. Whether they are or are not, they must be defeated – and she will soon enough be irrelevant to the whole question.

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