About the Holy League of Nations
Uniting the World around the Power of the Rosary.

“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land” (2 Chronicles 7:14).

The Battle We Face

At this particular moment in time, the Church finds itself in a similar situation to that of the Church in the late Sixteenth Century. Divisions, Chaos, Confusion—from within and from without. However, instead of a physical enemy on the horizon, the Church, the family and the world are threatened by a demonic secularism. The battle today “is not against human forces but against the principalities and powers, the rulers of this world of darkness, the evil spirits in the heavens” (Ephesians 6: 10-12).

Holy League History

Pope St. Pius V formed the original Holy League in response to the dire situation in which Christian Europe found itself in 1571. Small bands of Catholic men and remnant armies from various nations came together under the spiritual leadership of the saintly pontiff and the military leadership of Don John of Austria.

By praying the rosary and fasting, they implored the help of God’s grace, through the intercession of the Mother of God, and, by the grace of Almighty God, on October 7, 1571, at the Battle of Lepanto, the Christian fleet won a crushing victory, saving Christendom and western civilization.

The New Holy League of Nations

At this “watershed” moment in history, the Clarion Call of the Immaculata has sounded throughout the world. From the ends of the earth, Her children are responding. To combat the forces of evil in today’s society, the Holy League of Nations, under the supernatural power of grace, strives to transform the culture through faith-filled prayer and fasting. Nations across the globe are uniting, in prayers of reparation and petition. We are uniting in Spiritual Warfare. We are uniting to stand with The Woman, Clothed with the Sun. (Revelation 12: 1)

Our enemies, these powers and principalities of Darkness, tremble before Her, exclaiming: “Who is she that cometh forth as the Morning Rising, fair as the moon, bright as the sun, terrible as an army set in array?” (Canticles 6: 9-10)

The Immaculata will crush the head of Satan. She will be Triumphant!

“When people say the Rosary together, it is far more formidable to the devil, than one said privately. Because in this public prayer, it is an army that is attacking him. He can often overcome the prayer of an individual, but if this prayer is joined to other Christians, the devil has much more trouble in getting the best of it. It is very easy to break a single stick, but if you join it to others to make a bundle, it cannot be broken.” -St Louis de Montfort.

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