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The NOLA, CRUSADER Knight Rosary For Life & Procession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor

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NOLA CRUSADER Knight Rosary Rally For Life & Procession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor

UPDATED JUNE 17thNew Orleans Archbishop Gregory Aymond, contacted us by phone to express his strong support for the procession & Rosary rally and to assure us of his prayers because he cannot attend and pray with us! Please make plans to attend and note, this is a Pro-Life rally, children are WELCOME because they are what we’re defending from evil and protecting from Beelzebub’s predators.

WHEN: Saturday, June 22, 03:00 p.m., meeting at the public parking lot next to Saint Patrick’s Church


Mandeville, LA – Radio talk show host and Founder of The Veritas Radio Network’s CRUSADE Channel, Mike “The KingDude” Church is leading a Procession and Rosary Rally in response to the “UNJust Cause, A Boozy Bake Sale” an event we have dubbed “Bake To Kill”. This event was organized to raise funds for Gulf Coast Planned Parenthood and give infanticide defenders the chance to make a statement about the “right” to kill your soon to be born child. We will meet in the parking lot next to Saint Patrick’s Cathedral on Camp Street at 3:00pm Saturday June 22nd, then Process with Our Lady of Prompt Succor leading the way to the “Bake To Kill” party and pray the 3 Mysteries of the Holy Rosary, pleading with Our Blessed Mother to restore New Orleans as the greatest Catholic City in the U.S. and protect and defend all human life therein – as Saint Joan d’Arc did for Orleans and France.

The statue of Saint Joan d’Arc, Maid of Orleans, in Saint Louis IX Cathedral, New Orleans, LA

Join Us In Solidarity To Protect Our City From This Evil of Abortion! Saint Joan d’Arc, Maid of Orleans, ora pro nobis!

The Veritas Radio Network, Mandeville, LA

The CRUSADE Channel Radio Station, Mandeville, LA

Tradition Family & Property – TFP – Louisiana!

TFP Student Action

The Mysterium Fideii of New Orleans

The Fiscal Fitness Company, Mandeville, LA

The Louisiana based Confraternity CRUSADER Knights of the Most Holy Rosary will lead the Rosary!

NOLA-CRUSADE-Knight-RosaryAccording to Pro Life Louisiana…

Fifty-five New Orleans area chefs [that number is now over 100!], bartenders, restaurant and bar owners, and others (and their businesses!) are publicly raising funds to promote abortion in our city, and we need to let them know we DO NOT SUPPORT their actions! See the event’s Facebook page. They say 100 percent of the profits go to Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast and the New Orleans Abortion Fund. Here’s what Megan Forman told “For me, I just see an erosion of rights in general. When people’s rights are endangered, it’s a cause for alarm. It’s scary when you might alienate customers, but I feel so strongly about this.” We want to protect future foodies, not abortion businesses.

Contact these restaurants today and tell them that they have lost your business. (click for the entire listing)

Watch NOLA CRUSADER Knight Rosary Event Organizer Mike Church’s monologue on the matter.

PRESS RELEASE 13 June, 2019 contact Mike Church for media inquiries.



Our Lady of Prompt Succor-Little Sweetheart!

WHERE: We will meet at Saint Patrick’s Catholic Church PUBLIC parking lot,  734 Camp Street, New Orleans (map is below), organize and then process with Our Lady of Prompt Succor to a TBD site as peacefully near the UNjust Cause site (1150 Magazine Street) and pray all 3 of the Holy Rosaries Mysteries, the Litany of Saint Patrick, Saint Michael and will implore the heroine of the Battle of New Orleans of 1815, Our Lady of Prompt Succor, to soften the hearts and move wills to action to stop those sponsoring and donating resources to be used in the killing of Louisiana and indeed, the Gulf South’s next generation. Remember Our Lady of Prompt Succor, New Orleans:

Scarcely twelve inches high, the little plastered statue was destined for disposal when Sister Felicite found it in her convent attic in France in 1785. Pained to see this image of Our Lady so carelessly cast aside, Sr. Felicite fell to her knees and prayed. “My good Mother, if you will take away promptly the obstacles that stand n the way of our departure, I will carry you to New Orleans, and I promise to have you honored  there by every means in my power.” Within a month her petition was granted and “Sweetheart” accompanied Sr. Felicite to the Ursuline Convent in New Orleans. It was through the intercession of Our Lady of Prompt Succor that the city of New Orleans was spared when a devastating fire threatened the French Quarter and the Ursuline Convent.

Anyone wishing to participate is strongly encouraged to and defend our beloved city and state contra this diabolical “counter-offensive” of the Prince of this world against our people, our legislator and our Governor, John Bel Edward’s, democratic will: Louisiana is a Pro-Life sanctuary state because…

“ya momma was preaux life, dawlin'”

Join us and bring a friend, please help spread this message far and wide, God bless and Mary keep you – Mike Church

New Orleans Has A History of Catholic Activism & Processions!

In 1938 over 65,000 people processed down Canal Street in a Eucharistic Procession, led by the archbishop of New Orleans, 65,000! Blake Pontchartrain, New Orleans Know it All recounts the event.

Nearly 65,000 people attended an outdoor Mass held at City Park Stadium (now Tad Gormley Stadium). The outdoor altar featured a 75-foot-tall domed canopy and 9-foot-tall crucifix. At the end of the Mass, Pope Pius XI spoke to the crowd via radio. An elaborate bejeweled 14-karat gold monstrance, or vessel to hold the Blessed Sacrament, was created for the Mass. It was formed with donations of gold, silver and other precious metals and gems from Catholics here and across the country. It was used during Pope John Paul II’s visit to New Orleans in 1987 and still is used for special Masses and religious observances.

Tad Gormley 1938 a model for NOLA CRUSADER Knight Rosary
Tad Gormley Stadium, October 13th 1938. 65,000 New Orleans’ Catholics packed the stadium for Mass then processed behind a gold plated Monstrance carrying the Blessed Sacrament of Our Lord precious blood and body!

There were other Masses held that day, one dedicated to Our Lady of Prompt Succor, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church 3200 Canal Street, New Orleans, LA. (Parish founded 1879). Below is a photo of that event I found at the Louisiana Digital Library with their caption attached.

Scared Heart Church Procession 1938 a model for NOLA CRUSADER Knight Rosary
View shows a large crowd gathered in front the church on the 3200 block of Canal Street in Mid-City. A banner that reads “Our Lady of Prompt Succor” is shown close to the Eucharistic seal or emblem.

I have been scanning and retouching photos of the 1938 Eucharistic Congress, here are the edited shots I’ve compile thus far – ©2019 Mike Church Art

Watch the video below of the Mass that preceded the Eucharistic Procession in 1938 and imagine 100 of the chefs and bartenders plus 1,000 of the parishioners leaving that Mass, processing down Canal street behind a golden Monstrance containing our precious Lord’s body; then heading to the Bake To Kill afterward to go raise funds for abortion. Father Lawrence Carney once told me after learning of this city’s magnificent Catholic history that

“once a ground has been claimed and consecrated for Christ it can more easily be reclaimed for Christ.”

Reverently standing up to those misguided souls who wish to preserve and fund the killing of future New Orleanians as a “right”, is a step toward that reclamation.


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4 Responses
  1. Adam M.

    This Crusader Night will pray the Rosary remotely from Chicago in solidarity with my fellow brothers and sisters in Christ of New Orleans for their Procession and Rosary Rally

    1. MPF

      I surely will be praying my Rosary for this event although not in New Orleans unfortunately. I pray daily as part of the Crusader Nights and will NEVER stop! – Mike F. in Massachusetts

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