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Day of Prayer: What to Expect

This day we pray:

  • For the country of Switzerland,

  • For all the people of Switzerland and

  • For all the people of the world.

Pray Schwiiz! wishes to firmly anchor this special day of pray between the two pillars of the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus and the Immaculate Heart of Mary. The general outline of the pray event heavily reflects this desire. The actual program of the site you pray at might be different than this, but shall have the same basic elements.

  • The Pray starts promptly at 2:30 p.m.

  • The first three parts of the intercessory pray (Adoration, Thanksgiving & Repentance) shall take place in the Church. These three parts of the prayer anchor us to the Eucharistic Heart of Jesus.

  • The Priest at each location will choose those specific elements that address these first three parts of the prayer.

  • Included might be the exposition of the Blessed Sacrament.

  • At 3:00 p.m. the Priest shall lead the group in the Divine Mercy Chaplet.

  • The next part of the Day of Pray is the Rosary. And, by this act we anchor ourselves to the Pillar of the Immaculate Heart of Mary.

  • The Priest then leads the group in reciting the rosary. The Glorious Mysteries will be said.

  • It will be decided beforehand by the Site Organizer and the Priest where and how the rosary shall be said: in the Church, procession, at a location outside, etc.

  • At the conclusion of the rosary, the Priest blesses the people and the prayer service is concluded.

  • The total length of the service shall be approximately 1-1/2 hours.

  • Literature of any type shall not be distributed.

  • Only images/pictures of the Sacred and/or Immaculate Hearts and of our patrons are appropriate.

  • For the specific program for each site, if available, can be found by going to the map of Switzerland, finding your specific site, left click the site and a pop-up will occur which will give you contact information of someone who can give you more specific information.