Rogation Days

Rogation Days, the Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday preceding Ascension Day, on which special litanies are sung or recited by the Roman Catholic clergy and people in public procession; has its origin in an old custom dating from the 6th century. In England the practice ceased after the Reformation.

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

Roeskilde * Roger I.
Roderick Random
Rodez
Rodin, Auguste
Rodney, Lord
Rodosto
Rodriguez
Roe, Edward Payson
Roebuck, John Arthur
Roermond
Roeskilde
Rogation Days
Roger I.
Roger II.
Roger of Wendover
Rogers, Henry
Rogers, James E. Thorwold
Rogers, John
Rogers, Samuel
Roget, Peter Mark
Rohan, Prince Louis de
Rohilkhand