A special devotion known as the supplication to the Queen of Victories was begun in October 1883 and is recited all over the world especially on May 8th and on the first Sunday of October.
****Hail Mary**** Kindly deign to hear us, O Mary! Jesus has placed in your hands all the treasures of his graces and mercies. You are seated a crowned Queen at the right hand of your Son, resplendent with immortal glory above the choirs of angels. Your dominion extends throughout heaven and earth and all creatures are subject to you.
You are omnipotent by grace and therefore you can help us. Were you not willing to help us, since we are ungrateful children and undeserving of your protection, we would not know to whom to turn. Your motherly heart would not permit you to see us, your children, lost. The Infant whom we see on your knees and the Blessed Rosary which we see in your hands inspire confidence in us that we shall be heard. We confide fully in you, we abandon ourselves as helpless children into the arms of the most tender of Mothers, and on this day, we expect from you the graces we so long for.
****Hail Mary**** One last favor we now ask of you, O Queen, which you cannot refuse us on this most solemn day (May 8 and the first Sunday of October). Grant to all of us your steadfast love and in a special manner your maternal blessing. We shall not leave you until you have blessed us. Bless, O Mary at this moment, our Holy Father. To the triumphs of your Rosary, whence you are called Queen of Victories, add this one also, O Mother: grant the truimph of religion and peace to human society. Bless our bishops, priests and particularly all those who are zealous for the honor of your sanctuary. Bless finally all those who are associated with your temple of Pompeii and all those who cultivate and promote devotion to your Holy Rosary.
O Blessed Rosary of Mary, sweet chain which unites us to God, bond of love which unites us to the angels, tower of salvation against the assults of hell, safe port in our universal shipwreck, we shall never abandon you. You will be our comfort in the hour of agony; to you the last kiss of our dying life. And the last word from our lips will be your sweet name, O Queen of the Rosary of Pompeii, O Dearest Mother, O Refugee of Sinners, O Soverign Consoler of the Afflicted. Be blessed everywhere, today and always, on earth and in Heaven. Amen.