Our Lady of Akita said to Sister Agnes in 1973:
"The work of the devil will infiltrate even into the Church in such a way that one will see cardinals opposing cardinals, bishops against other bishops. The priests who venerate me will be scorned and opposed by their confreres, churches and altars will be sacked."
We believe that we may be right at the final point of "churches and altars will be sacked". It has already happened in some places... . All the previous points are fulfilled!
The first Commandment was breached at the beginning and through the Amazon Synod with the five wooden "statues"
2) Our Lady of Fatima stated at her third apparition on July 13, 1917:
"When you pray the Rosary, say after each mystery:
“O my Jesus, forgive us, save us from the fire of hell. Lead all souls to Heaven, especially those who are most in need.”"
Therefore, we place the "O my Jesus... " prayer right after the actual Mystery - and Not after Glory Be.../Gloria Patri. We have no problems if the user prays the O my Jesus after the Glory be which is still "after the mystery".
Pope Paul VI writes in his Marialis Cultus (about Our Father, Ave Maria and Glory be: "Glory be to the Father which, in conformity with an orientation common to Christian piety concludes the prayer with the glorifying of God"
5) The Pentitent's Rosary offers an optional ending; praying the Litany of Loreto.
This follows the request from Pope Leo XIII, in his Supremi Apostolatus Officio of September 1883:
"From the first day of next October, therefore, until the second day of the November following, in every parish and, if the ecclesiastical authority deem it opportune and of use, in every chapel dedicated to the Blessed Virgin - let five decades of the Rosary be recited with the addition of the Litany of Loreto."
and Superiore Anno in August 1884 (five decades at least of the Rosary be recited, together with the Litany).
Times have been tough over centuries and the Rosary is a great tool which Pope Leo XIII writes:
"For as the disastrous condition of the Church and of Society proved to Us
the extreme necessity for signal aid from God,
it was manifest to Us that aid should be sought through the intercession of His Mother,
and by the express means of the Rosary,
which Christians have ever found to be of marvellous avail.
This indeed has been well proved since the very institution of the devotion,
both in the vindication of Holy Faith against the furious attacks of heresy,
and in restoring to honour the virtues, which by reason of the Age's corruption,
required to be rekindled and sustained. "
Iucunda Semper Expectatione in 1894.