The Greatest Weapon in Spiritual Warfare


RosaryThe Greatest Weapon in Spiritual Warfare

Why is it that the Blessed Mother, in so many of her appearances, tells all of us to pray the Holy Rosary? Isn’t the Rosary just a Catholic thing? Mary says, ‘No.’ Mary has stated, repeatedly, through the centuries that the rosary entitles us to special graces and protection. The rosary is a spiritual weapon for spiritual warfare. To prove the point, in this episode are historical and personal stories demonstrating the immense power of the rosary. Everything from waking up sleeping drivers, to stopping tanks. Those little simple beads have the power of God behind them.

Miracle MomentSharon Deitrick

Sharon Deitrick was the very first person I interviewed on the radio as a Miracle Moment. Sharon had an enlarged, mass-filled kidney that was not working. She attended a Dr. Nemeh healing service and came to Dr. Nemeh’s office for one medical appointment. During Sharon’s surgery, the ‘M’ word was used by the surgeon, ‘M’ as in Miracle.

Sharon also shares with us her love for the Blessed Mother and the rosary. Her new endeavor is to get young people to pray just a decade of the rosary a day. She knows that once an individual sees a change in their life, the decade of beads will grow to a complete rosary a day.

Bill and Donna Bradt are spear-heading this new decade a day movement, also known as … #decaday. As members of the Legion of Mary, they are hoping that more young people will run under the protective mantle of Mary. Their new website is

Kathy Nemeh gets in on the action as well in this episode, demonstrating her love for Mary and how it all began as a child, with the family on it’s knees, gathered around the radio, praying the rosary.

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  1. WOW! What a gift this episode was for me. I don’t remember exactly when I started praying the rosary but it’s more than 15 years ago. Sharon’s and Kathy’s witness of the power of praying to our Blessed Mother was so supportive to what I try to do daily. I have offered whole rosary’s for a special intention, like new mom’s carrying their first child, or parents of teens who are experiencing all the challenges of that age group, or the people displaced around the world by war and dictators. Each mystery is usually tailored by the Holy Spirit for me – and I know God does something for them, though I know not what. Listening to this podcast tonight encourages me to continue this daily habit. When I don’t pray a rosary, I am not quite at peace that day, sometimes so much that I will pray it at the end of the day. Thank you for your ministry. I am sharing your website with everyone I come across. God Bless you and your supportive wife.

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