“That just speaks to the supernatural influence of the Holy Spirit.”
This is remarkable and, I think, unprecedented:
By midday Oct. 30, Unite Our Nation was more than halfway to its goal of holding adoration of the Blessed Sacrament events at 1,000 parishes nationwide on Election Day, Nov. 3, while the voting polls are open in parishes’ respective time zones.
Based in Milwaukee, Unite Our Nation is an apostolate founded by Catholic laity “to help bring peace and prayer to local communities, and healing to our nation,” according to its website.
Parishes can register their event and establish their presence on a digital map of the United States by going to https://uniteournation.net/adore-november-3 and clicking on the “Register Your Event” button. To see your parish show up on the map, click the “Locations” button on the same page.
The Election Day events are in addition to over 200 eucharistic processions and rosary rallies held in cities and parishes and on university campuses across the country under the auspices of the apostolate since Aug. 15, the feast of the Assumption.
Kevin O’Brien, co-founder of Unite Our Nation, called the number of events “simply amazing!”
“To think that this was just a dream in the middle of July and now we’ve exceeded 200 processions and rallies and are targeting 1,000 parishes for Election Day adoration,” he said in a statement. “That just speaks to the supernatural influence of the Holy Spirit.
Visit this website to find a location near you.